Monday, May 15, 2006

Pneumonia, finals, and a heavy speaking schedule have kept me away from posting.
But enough about me.

Tuesday is the primary election. Get out and vote.

Saturday, June 10, 2006 at 7 pm, Big Jack Earl will release their second studio album, "Peppercorn Rent," at the Barrow-Civic Theatre in downtown Franklin, PA. Joining them onstage will be David Perry, studio drummer for the band, and Tree by Leaf, an amazing folk group from Maine. For advance tickets, call the Barrow box office at 1-800-537-7769 or 814-437-3440.

According to the Erie Times News, The number of women's restrooms at Erie's downtown Warner Theatre will quadruple by the end of the year

My birthday is coming up in July. You may want to buy me something nice from the upcoming Kerouac auction.

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette discusses a new Steel City bike trail.

The New York Times lays out a literary itenerary for New York City.

What are the best books of the last 25 years?

Analog photography holds on via the Internet.

Finally, mediashift lists Do-It-Yourself Ways to Find Good Music

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