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Somehow, Cleveland has survived, with her gray banner unfurled -- the banner of Archangelsk and Detroit, of Kharkov and Liverpool -- the banner of men and women who would settle the most ignominious parts of the earth, and there, with the hubris born neither of faith nor ideology but biology and longing, bring into the world their whimpering replacements.

Gary Shteyngart

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Kimberley Rew!

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posted morning of Saturday, April 21st, 2012
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"My baby does her hairdo long" is post-Soft Boys and pre-Katrina & The Waves -- for some slightly older Rew (and a bearded Robyn Hitchcock!) check out this clip from the 1977 Strawberry Fayre: The Waves and the Soft Boys

posted morning of April 21st, 2012 by Jeremy

Oh gosh! Here's Robyn in 1975 with Maureen and the Meatpackers, appearing at the Midsummer Common in Cambridge; courtesy of Morris:

posted evening of May 12th, 2012 by Jeremy


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