Images of Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump are projected on the screen as Roger Waters performs at Desert Trip music festival at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, Oct. 9, 2016. Mario Anzuoni, Reuters

The Spirit of Woodstock Is Dead but Rock Is Alive and Kicking at 'Oldchella'

The Desert Trip festival in California was billed as the final opportunity to see rock's biggest icons together. Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan disappointed, The Who and Neil Young shone, and Roger Waters didn't miss an opportunity to bash Trump and the Israeli occupation.

And then the pig appeared. Vast, fleshy red and fat – a helium balloon, a zeppelin in the desert skies. Gliding above the tens of thousands of astonished spectators, it lurched from side to side like a...

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