Tag Archives: Pandora’s Lunchbox

Krampus 2014 recap

Late last week, I got a call from a writer at National Geographic. She wanted to know why the people of Ypsilanti had decided, five years ago, to summon the spirit of Krampus back to earth. Now that Krampus events are becoming more commonplace around the United States, she wanted to find out where it […]

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All over the radio, promoting the Shadow Art Fair

I was apparently on WEMU this morning, talking about the Shadow Art Fair. I still haven’t heard it, but, having talked with the guy producing the piece, it sounds like it should be interesting. For the most part, from what I understand, it’s going to focus on the legacy of the now 50 year old […]

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Spring in Ypsilanti

I was just sent this image by NPR’s Mike Perini. If he’s to be believed, he stumbled across this record in a Council Bluffs, Iowa record store called Kanesville Kollectibles last weekend. He describes it as, “countryish late 60s pop with a mild psychedelic influence,” and threatens to play it on his immensely entertaining WCBN […]

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