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Musing On A September Mourning

I’ve been trying to think of new words to write on the occasion of 9/11’s 5th Anniversary. For some reason, I can’t: I think I’m just too overwhelmed by everything...
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The New York Night Out

It’s the end of summer, we’re coming up to a holiday weekend, and I’m in dire need of a night out. Dallas band The Hourly Radio, whose debut album I’ve...
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The Week In Review

BEST VARIETY OF MUSIC IN ONE SHORT PODCAST: Under The Stylus Stycast, Aug 4, with soulman Eddie Spencer, German techno-punks Atari Teenage Riot, MOR Revivalists Denim, AOR revivalists Razorlight and...
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The Streets OF New York

(aka Hot Time, Summer in the City) Wednesday morning, the Dumbo General Store: Purveyor of art supplies, newspapers, coffees and teas, breakfast, lunch, wine, beer and free wi-fi. The kind...
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Real Enemies Like This

OK, I do try and keep the business of managing a band and running my web site distinct and separate. But you know I’d be happy to see a post...
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Miss Brooklyn?

“We spent an enormous amount of time studying Brooklyn… trying to get a sense of what it is.” Architect Frank Gehry, quoted in the New York Daily News, unveiling a...
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I Would Rather Not Go, Back To the Old House

It’s just as well we’re happy in our new lives Upstate. On Saturday morning we drove back to the block where we lived for ten years, where I quickly discovered...
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Resurrection on the Cross: Cinco de Mayo Meltdown

(This post goes out to the iJamming! Pubbers who recommended Sol Seppy‘s album The Bells of 1 2. Good call.) So it’s the 5th of May, Cinco de Mayo, which...
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