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David J. Haskins (aka David J.) used to be born in Northampton, England, in 1957, and used to be a founder member of Bauhaus, the hugely influential band that spearheaded the post-punk alternative-music scene of the early 80s with a string of innonative albums and a powerfully dramatic reside presentation.

Following the band's cut up in 1983, he launched into a protracted and sundry solo occupation that has produced a chain of seriously acclaimed albums and numerous avant-garde collaborations. He has additionally written and directed a couple of level productions, together with the astonishing multimedia occasion Silver For Gold ( The Odyssey Of Edie Sedgewick), and The Chanteuse And The Devil's Muse, a surrealistic research into the infamous black Dahlia homicide secret, plus a number of screenplays (with writing accomplice Don C. Tyler), and his visible artwork has been exhibited internationally.

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Heroic and absurd, scurrilous and profound, Who Killed Mister Moonlight? charts the descent of 4 clever younger males with faces like ruby-eyed dime-store cranium jewelry right into a glittering and extremely glossy maelstrom. speedy, compelling, and disarmingly sincere, this is often a useful account of an odd and spectral cultural twilight period that we will possibly by no means see back. hugely instructed. – Alan Moore, writer of V For Vendetta and Watchmen

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Who Killed Mister Moonlight?: Bauhaus, Black Magick, and Benediction

Contributor notice: ahead by means of Jeremy Reed
-----------------------

David J. Haskins (aka David J. ) was once born in Northampton, England, in 1957, and was once a founder member of Bauhaus, the hugely influential band that spearheaded the post-punk alternative-music scene of the early 80s with a string of innonative albums and a powerfully dramatic stay presentation.

Following the band's cut up in 1983, he launched into an extended and sundry solo profession that has produced a chain of seriously acclaimed albums and numerous avant-garde collaborations. He has additionally written and directed a few level productions, together with the fabulous multimedia occasion Silver For Gold ( The Odyssey Of Edie Sedgewick), and The Chanteuse And The Devil's Muse, a surrealistic research into the infamous black Dahlia homicide secret, plus numerous screenplays (with writing accomplice Don C. Tyler), and his visible artwork has been exhibited internationally.

Review
Heroic and absurd, scurrilous and profound, Who Killed Mister Moonlight? charts the descent of 4 clever younger males with faces like ruby-eyed dime-store cranium earrings right into a glittering and intensely sleek maelstrom. quick, compelling, and disarmingly sincere, this can be a useful account of an odd and spectral cultural twilight period that we will very likely by no means see back. hugely suggested. – Alan Moore, writer of V For Vendetta and Watchmen

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I do remember that in between games, the juggling contest took place. Somewhere there’s a photograph where I’m wearing the tournament T-shirt and holding two ribbons. One was for soccer and the other one was for juggling. I came in seventh place. —As told to Emily Spivack Brandi Chastain is a professional soccer player who has won two Women’s World Cup championships, two Olympic gold medals, and an Olympic silver medal. 35 Jeff Zimbalist Shortly after I arrived in India, I made my way to the Maha Kumbh Mela, a Hindu gathering in Allahabad that happens once every 144 years when the planets align in such a way that they point to an intersection of the Ganges, the Yamuna, and Saraswati rivers.

When I completed the course, I received a pin with parachute wings on a blue vinyl background. I wore it on the front left side of my uniform, alongside the other pin of my commando unit, and right above my heart, to show that I had earned my wings as a paratrooper. —As told to Emily Spivack Yael Meridan Schori served in the Israeli Army from 1970 to 1972 and then became a flight attendant. S. in 1980 and is the chairwoman of Art Resources Transfer in New York. 55 Albert Maysles My first venture abroad was in 1955.

With me as the ringleader, four of us—the damsels—went over to the da Vinci high school to see what it was all about. They showed us around; they were all camping there, writing on the wall and just doing their political activism thing, waiting to clash with the Sanbabilini. You could tell they were on the left because they wore peacoats and jeans and would carry messenger bags made of green military fabric. Their statement was one of rejecting fashion, but in truth, they were very stylized, too.

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