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Caroline Ryder
About Me:
Caroline Ryder is a music, art and culture writer who splits her time between the high desert and Los Angeles. She has written for the LA Weekly, LA Times, New York Magazine, Variety and Dazed & Confused Magazine. She lives with a blind dog called Fuzz, a nature photographer called Barb, and a Ufologist called Ramona. She co-wrote GWAR’s forthcoming biography, and her favorite star is Betelgeuse.
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    Artists Mark Farina and Matthew Horne converted a radio telescope to absorb the sun's rays, transforming the waves into audible sounds, high-pitched blips to Yoko-esque wails to white noise like the ocean. It's sun music for desert lands.
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    Enter the Crystal Cave. Inhale the musty air, the scent of glue and dreams. Revel in the tiny sea of gold light illuminating a sea of turquoise and pink chrysacolla stones. Welcome to Bob's Cave, a hidden desert treasure.
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    The Source Family, a 1970s mystical tribe from L.A., lived by 'Aquarian' principles of love, whole foods, Eastern and Western spiritual teachings, and rock 'n' roll.
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  • Entry
    Artists Mark Farina and Matthew Horne converted a radio telescope to absorb the sun's rays, transforming the waves into audible sounds, high-pitched blips to Yoko-esque wails to white noise like the ocean. It's sun music for desert lands.
  • Entry
    Enter the Crystal Cave. Inhale the musty air, the scent of glue and dreams. Revel in the tiny sea of gold light illuminating a sea of turquoise and pink chrysacolla stones. Welcome to Bob's Cave, a hidden desert treasure.
  • Entry
    The Source Family, a 1970s mystical tribe from L.A., lived by 'Aquarian' principles of love, whole foods, Eastern and Western spiritual teachings, and rock 'n' roll.