Tuli Kupferberg’s New York Times obituary described the Fugs as “the most literary rock group of the 1960s, with songs suitable for the locker room as well as the graduate seminar (“Ah, Sunflower, Weary of Time,” based on a poem by William Blake); all were played with a ramshackle glee that anticipated punk rock.” Other Fugs songs, such as “Kill for Peace” expressed the band’s fierce antiwar sentiments, mingled with a generous dose of absurdist theatricality. Now, Tuli has his own US Postage Stamp!
3 men in custody for beating Ukrainian journalist after dashcam records car chase - Mashable ::: Activists and journalists say video footage recorded using a dashboard camera has assisted Ukrainian police in apprehending three men suspected of assaulting a prominent investigative journalist back on Dec. 25th. Two other men have also been taken into custody for allegedly coordinating the attack.
Ariel Zangla in The Daily Freeman reports that Robin Hood Radio in Connecticut may come to the rescue of Kingston Community Radio, buying WGHQ (920-AM) from Pamal Broadcasting.