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This aerodynamic tiny home embraces flexible indoor-outdoor living

As anyone in the tiny home community knows, space comes at a premium. Most tiny home inhabitants also love to look for ways to incorporate nature and the outside world into their living space. French tiny home builder Ty Rodou has made this goal easier with the release of the Ty Bombadil tiny home. This tiny house offers a breezy outdoor feel along with a very desirable feature — an additional deck to provide ample outdoor living space. Of course, there is no reason to escape the indoor space,...
Tags: Design, Bombadil, Ty Bombadil, Ty Rodou

Shorties (Essential Miami Crime Novels, Stream Carla Bozulich's New Album, and more)

listed essential Miami crime novels. Tiny Mix Tapes is streaming Carla Bozulich's new album Quieter. May's best eBook deals. Elon Musk's favorite Grimes songs. Town & Country recommended May's best books. Stream a new song by LUMP. UrbanDaddy profiled author Chuck Palahniuk. profiled the band Bombadil. Author Kevin Powers shared his recent reading with BookPage. Stream a new MUNYA song. Novelist Carys Davies recommended wilderness books at the Guardian. Th...
Tags: Music, Elon Musk, David, Miami, Grimes, Chuck Palahniuk, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Carla Bozulich, Bombadil, Viv Albertine, Michelle Tea, Carys Davies, Tommy Pico, Kevin Powers, Rumaan Alam, BookPage Stream

The Waters and Wild of Winter Street: Jessi Cole Jackson on Inspirations & Influences

“Inspirations and Influences” is a series of articles in which we invite authors to write guest posts talking about their Inspirations and Influences. In this feature, we invite writers to talk about their new books, older titles, and their writing overall. Tomorrow, we publish the second story in our new season of short stories – Gods and Monsters. The Waters and Wild of Winter Street by Jessi Cole Jackson whose inspirations and influences the author is here today to talk about. The Waters an...
Tags: Books, Fantasy, New Jersey, Harry Potter, MFA, Geoffrey, LGBTQIA, Bombadil, Book Smugglers Publishing, Inspirations and Influences, Nalo Hopkinson, Charles Vess, Gods and Monsters, BSP Original Short Stories, Jessi Cole Jackson, Hollins University Somewhere


The Sounds of Summer: Hot-Season Outdoor Shows in the South THE RETURN OF DISPATCH Reggae-hued roots-rock act Dispatch emerged from Boston in the late 90s and in a short time became an independent music phenomenon, building an impressive loyal following with minimal mainstream attention. The short-lived group, known for lean grassroots grooves and socially conscious lyrics, initially disbanded in 2004 but not before drawing more than 100,000 fans from around the world to its home city for a fare...
Tags: Washington, Boston, Atlanta, Sport, Pennsylvania, Cycling, Nashville, Kennedy Center, North Carolina, Conor Oberst, Anderson, Southeast, Charlotte, Sturgill Simpson, James River, Atlanta Ga

Bombadil: Fences (Review)

Something subtle this way comes: Veteran bands release a mostly quiet affair that provides a genuinely avant-garde notion: Close listening. [Author: Jedd Beaudoin]
Tags: Music, Jedd Beaudoin, Bombadil

This Week's Interesting Music Releases - March 3, 2017

David Bazan's Care, Jenn Grant's Paradise, and Tim Kasher's No Resolution are all new albums I can recommend this week. Vinyl reissues include Ennio Morricone's The Thing score and Lambchop: Is a Woman. What new music are you looking forward to or enjoying this week? This week's interesting music releases: Alexis Taylor: Listen With(out) Piano Animal Collective: Hollindagain (reissue) [vinyl] Blanck Mass: World Eater Bleached: Can You Deal? [vinyl] Bob Dylan: The Real Royal Albert Hall 1...
Tags: Music, David, Bob Dylan, Ed Sheeran, Ennio Morricone, Clark, George Jones, David Bazan, Alexis Taylor, Nadia Reid, Bombadil, Blanck, Lambchop, Jenn Grant, Moh Lhean, Ronald Bruner Jr

Shorties (Philip Roth's Favorite Books, Stream the New Kristin Hersh Album, and more)

Philip Roth's favorite books. NPR Music is streaming Kristin Hersh's new album Wyatt at the Coyote Palace. Ebooks on sale for $1.99 today: Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman by James Gleick The Harder They Come by T.C. Boyle Pierced by the Sun by Laura Esquivel A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick Requiem for a Dream by Hubert Selby Jr. Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut The Son by Philipp Meyer The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga eBooks on sale ...
Tags: Music, Barack Obama, David, Philip Roth, Jim James, Hunter S Thompson, Jonathan Safran Foer, Richard Feynman, Kristin Hersh, Kurt Vonnegut, Kim Gordon, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Cubs, NPR Music, Boyle, Los Angeles Review of Books

Friday Talking Points -- A Warning For Complacent Democrats

Friday Talking Points is back! Woo hoo! Well, kind of.... We've spent the past two weeks travelling to and from the Democratic National Convention, but due to the three-week period we've got to cover, we're not even going to attempt to adequately revisit everything that's happened in the political world since our last column. In fact, we're not even going to write our talking points this week, and we're only briefly going to touch on what's going on and quickly hand out the awards, before we g...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Washington Post, Senate, White House, Russia, Israel, Elizabeth Warren, America, Barack Obama, Georgia, Ukraine, Gop, Hillary Clinton

Photos: You Won’t, Bombadil and Cassandra at the Bootleg Theater

[See image gallery at] Massachusetts indie outfit You Won’t — the duo of Josh Arnoudse and Raky Sastri — brought their boisterous, whimsical pop to the Bootleg Theater on Tuesday night, supporting their album “Revoluationaries,” released in April. Unlike on their album cover, they weren’t all dressed up straight-outta-1776, but it was still unlike anything you’ve quite seen or heard before, or as James Phillips of opener Bombadil said, Raky Sastri’s instrument set-up is like a sp...
Tags: Music, Massachusetts, Russia, Gallery, Samantha, Show Review, Bootleg Theater, Cassandra, Bombadil, James Phillips

Tonight in L.A.: Cage the Elephant, Eliot Sumner, Benjamin Clementine, Johanna Samuels, Gold Star, Groves, You Won’t, Curren$y, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Russ, Flo Morrissey

Tuesday’s Los Angeles concerts: ► Cage the Elephant headlines the Shrine behind their new album “Tell Me I’m Pretty,” with Portugal. The Man and Sunflower Bean at the Shrine Auditorium ► Eliot Sumner, so powerful at the Echo in March, visits the Troubadour in support of her debut album “Information.” Cheerleader and the Rebel Light open. ► Mercury Prize-winning Benjamin Clementine holds forth at the Teragram Ballroom. ► Gold Star continue their residency at Harvard & Stone, joined by the Pesos. ...
Tags: Music, Massachusetts, Los Angeles, Portugal, Preview, Luna, Molly Malone, Harvard Stone, Curren, Cassandra, Del Monte Speakeasy, Benjamin Clementine, Bombadil, Randy Emata, Robbery Inc, Eliot Sumner

This Week’s Shows: June 20-26

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Paper Route, Ceu, Steady Holiday, Franky Flowers, Disgorge, Nightgown, Britta Phillips, Hed PE, Cage the Elephant, Benjamin Clementine, Groves, Gold Star, You Won’t, Russ, Eliot Sumner, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Curren$y, Buckethead, Vulfpeck, Suuns, Rainbow Jackson, Naytronix, Part Time, Caught a Ghost, Buck-O-Nine, the Adicts, Donavon Frankenreiter, Case/Lang/Veirs, Aqualung, J. Balvin, Esme Patterson, Cub Sport, Ned & the Dirt, the Maybe Somedays, Nothing, Sonny & th...
Tags: Music, Real Estate, London, Featured, California, Berlin, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dave, Portugal, Jesus, Mars, Twin Peaks, Preview, Starr, NICK

Bombadil - The Year It Forgot to Snow

Es war ein merkwürdiges Musikjahr 2015, allgemein und persönlich. Allgemein, weil wundersame Dinge auf einmal salonfähig zu werden scheinen, weil sich vormals alternative Musikformen und der Mainstream annähern, und nur einer von beiden davon zu profitier (in post Best of 2015: Lieder 11-20 // Max from vorkopplung. More by this artist at )
Tags: Musikformen, Bombadil

Concerts in Columbia: Dec 4-10

Bombadil - Durham, North Carolina's Bombadil excels at delivering cheery-sounding folk-pop tunes that tackle tragic topics - love, death, heartbreak - with distinct charm and tenderness. The trio mastered this mixture on 2009's Tarpits and Canyonlands, and while the band's subsequent two albums haven't been so bold, Bombadil's songwriting still stands out.
Tags: Columbia, Bombadil, Canyonlands, Bombadil Durham North Carolina