Thursday, April 19, 2007

Assuming that I'll be able to change out of my jammies and take a shower (still sick). I'll be at Wanango Country Club for the Pawcasso fundrasier. I'll be the short dark, good looking guy. Make sure you tell me how much you love venangago-go.

Don't forget The Crossing is at Brother Bean tonight.
Here's an old, wildly low quality clip:

The most recent Allegheny Museumarium newsletter is now available online as a pdf.

Oil City's downtown arts revitalization committee and leaders will host a business and action planning session from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday in the National Transit Building's Great Room.
Those interested in attending or in obtaining more information may contact Wheeler at 676-5303.

A Natural Heritage Inventory advisory council meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the courthouse annex in Franklin. It's open to the public. Big of them.

My daughter is turning 16 in the fall and what does she want? A 1980s Mercedes to convert to biofuel (if you have one for sale BTW, drop me a line). So, it may be that we'll be heading to Pittsburgh soon.
Fossil Free Fuel is setting up shop in Braddock to help people convert their vehicles to run on biofuel. . . on May 1.
Later that month, the shop will be home to a series of workshops on biofuel open to only a specific type of customer: women.
So, starting in May, she's running a series of women-only workshops about biofuel: one on basic maintenance and repair, one on converting a vehicle to run on vegetable oil, and one on biodiesel processing and safety. Biodiesel is a little different from biofuel: It's chemically derived from vegetable oil, as opposed to straight vegetable oil or SVO, which relies on the engine's heat to make the SVO viscous enough to use as fuel.

The Regional Dance America's 2007 National Festival is in Pittsburgh starting on April 24, 2,000 students will be there.

Articulate: Pittsburgh Creative Network wants to be MySpace for the visual arts.
Aside from MySpace, inspirations for Articulate included Philadelphia's and Texas' In Pittsburgh,, created by artist Michael Leahy, exhibited and sold international art until 2006. Articulate differs from Grainbag in its focus on community-building.

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