Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Dead Harvey is a resource for both independent horror filmmakers and fans.

My Golly, but I want this tshirt.

A former hit songwriter develops a new program at UGA that teaches students how to succeed in the music industry ... without being musicians

When will Brother Bean, or SummerHouse get the $20,000 cup of coffee.

You know, there's lots of room here in Venango...

16 works of "outsider art" by Gregory Anderson are on exhibit at Heeschen Gallery of the Meadville Council on the Arts on the 2nd floor of historic Market House, 910 Market St, in Meadville. The exhibit runs through Jan 31.

John McConnell wrote to pass on that there will be a lobby reception prior to the Jan 25 &26th Franklin Civic Operetta Association’s 50th Anniversary Concert.

Brother Bean's Gwen is so convinced that you'll like Naomi Wolfe's End Of America: Letters of Warning to a Young Patriot that if you buy it at Brother Bean, read it, and disagree that it is an important must read book, she will refund your money. It's also the book under discussion at Brother Bean Feb. 7th at 7 pm

Justin is looking for a metal drummer from the Oil City Cranberry area. You can contact him via myspace (where he lists the two people he most wants to meet: Jesus and Dimebag Darrel) or call him at (814) 673-2754

Butler's The Art Center Age of Aquarius show opens Friday, January 25th from 7 - 9:30pm

NPR has the downloadable full text of Charles G. Booth's "Stag Party", the short story that started the noir genre.

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