Thursday, April 05, 2007

OK, so I lied. One more post. But that's it for the weekend. I swear.

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette interviews Cleveland native Dave Thomas in anticipation of tonight's Pere Ube concert:
Oh yeah, but people from Pittsburgh are idiots. Nothing personal. Pittsburgh's a lovely town. I hate it. I really like it, but I'm from Cleveland and I despise you and all your generations. And there's nothing else to say about it. It's not personal. It's an obligation.

The NY Times gives a tepid review to Meadville native Todd Holland’s Firehouse Dog.

The Youngstown Summer Festival of the Arts is looking for local and regional arts and crafts guilds and societies interested in demonstrating their skills during the two-day event. The festival is scheduled for July 7 and 8 on and around the campus of Youngstown State University. This is the first time in the event's nine-year history that societies and guilds have been asked to participate in the festival. They will be given a designated time to display their work and demonstrate their craft. For more information, contact Lori A. Factor at (330) 941-2307 or

Primanti Bros, they of the cole slaw and fries in the sandwich, has been awarded the "American Classic" honor by the James Beard Foundation.

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is running a citizen's exhibit alongside Picturing What Matters: An Offering of Photographs from the George Eastman House on view now through June 3.
Send us a copy of a personal photo – old or new – that represents your values, hopes or dreams. We have them displayed in a gallery adjacent to our latest photo exhibition…
We cannot return any images. We will continue to collect, rotate and display more pictures as they come in throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Bring or send a copy of your image(s) to:
Picturing What Matters at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art
221 North Main Street, Greensburg, PA 15601
Have a question? Please call 724-837-1500 ext. 19.

I just realized that Ginsburg has been dead for 10 years yesterday.

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