Friday, April 27, 2018

Happy Friday! And a belated happy birthday to this weblog, which turned eighteen earlier in the month. Yes, 18 years of Folderol. It’s a legal adult now and can go its own way! (I’m not sure how much longer this will go on. Maybe we’ll shoot for an even 20 years?)

Anyway. Thanks so much for reading over the years. On to links from others!

From Bunny: “I Was Alive and I Waited For This” – an look back on what it meant to be a teenager in America as the Berlin Wall fell, and how events since then have not really turned out the way we thought.

From Cassandra: Alexa, please tell everyone the details of my private life. 

Also from Cassandra: Lou Reed and David Bowie in the age of Transformer

Found via Metafilter: Corey Press features medieval-like woodcuts of Lovecraftian monstrosities and more! It’s amazing, and I am seriously considering the purchase of a “Volo Credere” t-shirt. 

Found via Twitter: There was a horror-themed nightclub in Columbus, Ohio in the early 1940s. I had no idea, and think it should make a comeback ASAP!

Have a safe and spiffy weekend, everyone. See you next week.

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