1. Project of the Day—The Los Angeles Review of Books is one of our favorite places to read about books (we read a lot about books), so it’s only natural that we’d be excited to see a publication featuring the writing of LARB’s interns. Think of it as them showing what they learned, or just think of it as a bunch of interesting writing on interesting subjects like David Lynch’s Los Angeles, which can’t ever be explored enough. 

    Project of the Day—The Los Angeles Review of Books is one of our favorite places to read about books (we read a lot about books), so it’s only natural that we’d be excited to see a publication featuring the writing of LARB’s interns. Think of it as them showing what they learned, or just think of it as a bunch of interesting writing on interesting subjects like David Lynch’s Los Angeles, which can’t ever be explored enough. 

  2. Project of the Day—Do you like prog rock? What about the band Yes? Probably if you answered yes to either of those questions, and especially if you answered “yes” to Yes (hahahahaha.) you’ll be interested in this project, which features that band’s own Jon Anderson in collaboration with violin virtuoso Jean-Luc Ponty. They, as you can tell by the picture above, are recording an album.

    Project of the Day—Do you like prog rock? What about the band Yes? Probably if you answered yes to either of those questions, and especially if you answered “yes” to Yes (hahahahaha.) you’ll be interested in this project, which features that band’s own Jon Anderson in collaboration with violin virtuoso Jean-Luc Ponty. They, as you can tell by the picture above, are recording an album.

  3. Project of the Day—The Space Less Traveled is a documentary about Edgar Mitchell of the Apollo 14, who was the sixth man on the moon. The film focuses on Mitchell’s life after his trip, and how his interests, which include cosmology, extraterrestrials, and the paranormal made him “an outsider to many, and an icon to others.”

    Project of the Day—The Space Less Traveled is a documentary about Edgar Mitchell of the Apollo 14, who was the sixth man on the moon. The film focuses on Mitchell’s life after his trip, and how his interests, which include cosmology, extraterrestrials, and the paranormal made him “an outsider to many, and an icon to others.”