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These Days: Sunday, December 20th, 2015


Sports: So that’s it for the Giants in 2015, a 35 – 38 to the still unbeaten Carolina Panthers didn’t cut, despite a ferocious comeback in the second half. Odell Beckham is a great player who blew it for half a game. As for the Giants? That should do it bar a miracle.

Movies: The Force Awakens was pretty good but it was better the first time when it was called A New Beginning.

Recorded: Not much to see here, let’s hope the Beatles show up on Spotify or it will be a blue Christmas indeed.

Live: Los Lobos were pretty good, I’ve seen better and maybe it made more sense for long term fans then the casual ones such as yours truly.

Politics: Isn’t it about time Bernie Sanders brought something to the table that might, I dunno, get people to fucking vote for him. Time is passing, Bernie is gassing, and Clinton is passing him by.

Streaming: Getting ready for 1989 The Concert on Apple Music this evening, after Taylor Swift The Interview failed to ignite much except… that “what if Apple are spying on me” is both scary and true.

More about Taylor: “The pop superstar made a detour to Colorado on her trip home for the holidays to surprise Delaney Clements — a 12-year-old girl who has been battling cancer the past five years.Swift stopped by Clements’ home on Saturday — where she hung out and snapped a series of heartwarming selfies with the stunned girl. “Taylor Swift walked into my bedroom and spent the afternoon with me just talking and hanging!!!!” Clements wrote on Instagram. “I am beyond Blessed for everyone’s help and support!!!”

Death: The great German orchestra conductor Kurt Masur, who you and I know from his years leading the New York Philharmonic, 1991 – 2002 , which had been floundering after Leonard Bernstein left, died yesterday. . This is taken from the BBC: “Philharmonic President Matthew VanBesien said Masur had “left a legacy that lives on today. What we remember most vividly is Masur’s profound belief in music as an expression of humanism,” he said. “We felt this powerfully in the wake of 9/11, when he led the philharmonic in a moving performance of Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem and musicians from the orchestra gave free chamber concerts around Ground Zero.Today, New Yorkers still experience this humanist mark through the popular Annual Free Memorial Day Concert, which he introduced.” Masur was 88 years old.


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