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The gorgeous Lobkowicz Palace opens its doors for a forty-five-minute live stream tour conducted by William Rudolf Lobkowicz. The owner of the family house will personally introduce the greatest collection of world-famous paintings and religious objects, the unique music archive and the finest private manuscripts collected by Lobkowiczs throughout the last seven centuries. One of the oldest Czech and Bohemian noble families – Lobkowicz, were patrons and collectors of arts for centuries. Their private collection has over 1500 remarkable paintings, including masterpieces by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Velasquez, Rubens, Veronese, and others. Archives at Lobkowicz Palace The music archive of the Lobkowicz Collection is ravishing with its diversity of musical instruments. It keeps the world’s largest private collection of BaroqueRead more.

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The first part of Lost Ladies of the Flowers discovered many talented singer-songwriters who flashed brilliantly and disappeared from view. Here are some who tragically fell, some who faded, some who have even returned. Judee Sill “So this guy and me, we began to do armed robberies,” Judee Sill tells Rolling Stone writer Grover Lewis in a rambling 1972 interview. “We did six or seven, liquor stores and filling stations. Sometimes it was quite exciting. We’d go to a motel afterwards and spill the loot out over the bed.” Sill was talking about 10 years earlier. She had been an angry girl, from a violent home. Her inevitable arrest and 9-month reformatory stint were followed in 1964 with eighteen monthsRead more.

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During this pandemic winter, I have been time-traveling. Thanks to Spotify and YouTube, I am filling holes in an era I thought I knew well, the late 1960s and early 1970s. I made my youthful musical discoveries then, but only now, half a century later, do I realize how much I missed. The narrative of that lost time of love and flowers is dominated by big names: Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, etc. But it was a seething creative time in America and Britain, with so many talented singer-songwriters who flashed brilliantly and disappeared from view. Here are some who tragically fell, some who faded, some who have even returned. Karen Dalton Sometimes in the early 1960sRead more.