Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Hunting & Fishing Museum hunts for a raison d'etre

The Hunting and Fishing Museum will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its 25,000-square-foot museum facility construction project at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, in Tionesta.
They're looking for a variety of donations for their exhibits, which strikes me as a bit odd - why is this museum being built if there's no collection for the inside?

What will I be wearing the first day of school? Threadless's Shakespeare Hates Your Emo Poems, 'natch.

Quick reminder, I'll be pimping, urrrr, promoting Small Brutal Incidents at the Cranberry Twp (the one north of Pittsburgh, not the Seneca area one) Barnes and Nobles from 1-3 this Saturday. Hope you can make it.

John Sampas who wields a tight fist over the Kerouac archives has decided to publish an unedited "original scroll version" by 2007.

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