The tale of rock band KISS and their efforts to thwart a diabolical plan by mad scientist Abner Devereaux. Devereaux has found a way to clone humans into robots in his laboratory at an amusement park. It just so happens that he plans to uses the KISS concert as a platform to unleash his plan on the world. KISS must use their special powers to stop him.
Calling her own shots seems to agree with Lucinda Williams. While the singer/songwriter has long had a reputation for taking her time between albums, she's back with another double-disc set, The Ghosts of Highway 20, just a year-and-a-half later. She launched her own label with Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone in the fall of 2014. In many ways, The Ghosts of Highway 20 feels like a companion piece to Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone in its emotionally direct approach and willingness to let the songs play themselves out at their own pace. – they drift with the current, but they don't meander, and they get where they're going in their own sweet time.
"The Visionary Tradition in Architecture" - George R. Collins; "The New Visionaries" - Arthur Rosenblatt; "The Museum in the Park" - Jay E. Cantor; "Kafka on the Municipal Badminton Court" - James Delihas; "The Museum as the City's Aesthetic Conscience" - Barbara Y. Newsom; "Chess: East and West, Past and Present" - Charles K. Wilkinson; "Painting in France" - Claus Virch