Every few years, rock critics like myself are asked to mark the anniversary of the greatest album of all time, The Beatles Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. This year, with that classic disc reaching the ripe old age of 40, I had an idea: What better way to celebrate
PowerPage Podcast Episode 45Featuring: Jason OGrady, Rob Parker and Chris Barylick. On todays podcast we talk about the Apple TV being upgraded with larger 160GB hard drives and support for YouTube videos later this summer. (2007-0531)
Saturday, June 9, 20072:00 p.m. Out 1, Episodes 1–4Special admission: $16, general; $10, BAM/PFA members, students, and seniors. Rivettes legendary, extraordinarily rare epic involves a pair of theater companies rehearsing Aeschylus plays and Jean-Pierre Léaud as self-appointed detective in a deepening mystery. “In the annals of monumental cinema . . .
WHAT:A reclusive mother and daughters trailer park is doomed to destruction for the sake of a new highway. As menacing inhabitants of the outside world bear down on the tiny family, Anna Bella Eema, the muddy alter ego of Anna Bella, is born. And then the true odyssey begins. A
Steampunk Tree House “Roots to Roof” Fundraising EventJoin us for a special evening of fire sculpture, steampower, fine art, kinetic art, performance and live music. All proceeds go towards helping to fund the Steampunk Tree House Project. Entertainment: Mark Growden Loop!Station One Man Banjo Kinetic Steam Works Orion Fredericks THERM
Anyone looking for a laugh might want to check out abc4.com and type emo into the search engine. There youll find a sensational story that claims to be sounding the alarm about a teen phenomenon sweeping the nation. The stilted headline: Emos exposed.
A sober singer distills laughs from his life in a band Generally speaking, being an alcoholic isnt exactly funny. Neither is being a drug abuser, a mental patient or a potential suicide.
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It will take a few moments to register, but the following two minutes is well worth it.Please take two minutes, and vote for my friend Jann at Public Radio Talent Quest. Youll be glad you did, and then be able to say, oh yeah, I voted for her in round
So, I hope you had a chance to catch a great concert earlier this month in Las Vegas, with the Chamber Music Society.You can read about it here:May 18, 2007Vegas: Past, present and futureBy Kristen Peterson