Thursday, June 21, 2007

The Derrick profiles my former colleague Kathryn Graham and her Victorian Tea project:

[her] home will be open for high tea, a program about the culture of Victorian women, and a house and garden tour beginning at 11 a.m. this Saturday and Sunday and again on Saturday and Sunday, July 7 and 8. Additional information is available by contacting Graham at 724-867-6575.

Remora Deign is having a personnel shuffle.

Jerry Sowden took some snazzy pics at yesterday’s installment of Oil City's Music in the Transit Garden concert series

Don’t you dare ask for beer! Jerome Wincek is playing the strangely named, but oh-so-classy Billie’s Wine and Vodka bar in Erie’s Avalon hotel tomorrow from 9-1am. Cover: $5.

Erie’s GMD Films is looking for extras for their film, Virgin Pockets.

"Bodies ... The Exhibition" featuring 15 full-body human corpses causes controversy every where it goes. Now it’s Pittsburgh’s turn.

Show ticket prices are going up in Pittsburgh.

There’s still time to register for the National Pierogie Eating Contest to be held Saturday at Bethel Park High School.

In the overwhelming and annoying fascination with hipster parents and alterna-dads, Creative Loafing’s “The Seven Deadly Sins of Kid Culture” is a breath of minty fresh air.

The NYTimes profiles freegans.

Lifehacker lists 13 Book Hacks for the Library Crowd.

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