Ján Tompkins

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A Quirky Review of Planet Earth II – Live in Concert...

The day had finally arrived! After BBC’s stunning nature documentary Planet Earth was released before my 10-year old eyes back in 2006, and another...

Twenty Years Later, Jeden Svět Has Solidified Itself as a Powerhouse...

March 5-14 marked the final screenings of the 20th edition of world’s largest human rights documentary film festival, Jeden Svět, in 36 different cities...

Iron & Wine (supported by Half Wait) at Divadlo Hybernia

A review by a guy who only owns one album and has never heard of the support band On February 8, Prague’s very own Divadlo...

Planet Earth II – Live in Concert at O2 Arena

Coming this March to Prague’s O2 Arena: In 2006, my little 10-year-old mind was blown to bits at the sight of a pack of...

The More the Murrayer

William James Murray, a man who has developed somewhat of a cult following in recent years, was worshipped in hipsterdom from the 24th to...

GOLDEN QUILL: “Rainfall” by Ján Tompkins

it’s 6:15 on a wednesday morning the rain skims my window tapping the present away I sit in bed, three-quarters awake slanted to one side regretting my very...

The Magical Tour of Psychedelia, Psychonauts, and Sensational Art  

The evening of October the 19th saw the second event of AAU’s series on the Summer of Love, a dual lecture and art exhibition...

Monterey Pop: Screening at Homage to Flower Power

The second half of |art| SPACE’s Homage to Flower Power night was dedicated to a screening of a true relic of the Flower Power...
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Guac is Extra

5% battery. 1 take. “Guac is Extra” by Ján Tompkins YouTube: therealjandpt

GOLDEN QUILL: “Boston’s Logan” by Ján Tompkins

Does Boston’s Logan smell like business cool with steam coffee? A/C and              hot                     ...

GOLDEN QUILL: The Váh and her Clapboard Boat by Jan Tompkins

The Váh and her Clapboard Boat Spaghetti & the vast Virgins of  volatile sleep and conformity – wanting home in the dawn of the eve you brush...

GOLDEN QUILL: You Left Me At 7-Eleven That Night

you left me at 7-Eleven that night and you asked what I was doing wandering the sweet neon aisles of windshield liquid and Little Debbie pies late night at that...