December 24, 2021 • By Greil Marcus
LARB PRESENTS the December 2021 installment of “Real Life Rock Top 10,” a monthly column by cultural critic Greil Marcus.
Special Song That You’ve Heard Before Edition!
1. Paul McCartney, The Lyrics: 1956 to the Presen
It seems like every Canadian has, at one time or another, been caught off-guard by winter weather or treacherous driving conditions. It’s not like we don’t know bad weather is coming; it happens at pretty much the same time every year. This year, get a jump on winter weather hazards by sto
Santa isn't the only one making lists and checking them twice. But unlike the list, ours has gifts for everyone — naughty, nice or somewhere in between — and supports local businesses.
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Robit says it has taken up the challenge of making its drill bits even better, introducing a new button bit series manufactured with recycled steel.
The new Robit Superior Rbit™ Button Bit Series achieve faster rates of penetration and the lowest cost-per-metre, according to the compan
YouTube today announced its decision to make the "dislike" count on videos private across its platform. The decision is likely to be controversial given the extent that it impacts the public's visibility into a video's reception. But YouTube believes the change will better protect it
TERRATEC has successfully completed the factory acceptance testing of a custom TR3000C Raise Boring Machine (RBM) at its workshop in Tasmania, Australia, with the machine destined for a customer in India.
After extensive research and analysis, TERRATEC was chosen to supply this first lar
In August 2019, the 6.8 m (22.3 ft) diameter Robbins Single Shield TBM broke through after excavating at instantaneous penetration rates up to 6 m (20 ft) per hour. Image credit: NYCDEP
In August 2019, a 6.8 m (22.3 ft) diameter Robbins Single Shield TBM accomplished an epic feat of tunn
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It seems there’s always a Piper Arrow on the ramp as well as a good selection of them on the used market. Flight schools have long sworn by them as relatively economical complex trainers, and owners report happy relationships with their combination of useful load and range. Through longevity
Opinions on the impact of COP26 may differ, but there is at least broad agreement on one thing: a lack of rapid, decisive action on carbon emissions now will inexorably magnify the challenge in the future.
Regular readers of this article series will be familiar with my argument regarding