Friday, January 11, 2008

An interesting lecture to mark your calendars for - The Oil City Area Heritage Society presents "Oil City Area's Literary Heritage - Past and Present" on April 8.
Anyone have any more info on this?

Peter Greene says local audiences don't know how to behave. And, darn it, I agree.

Elk County metal band Neocracy is now selling merch from its myspace page.

Julia is a Franklin painter whose work I just stumbled across the other day.

The GLFA Online Video Competition has issued its call for entries:

We're looking for moments in time that capture “life” as you see it of all genres and any subject matter including music.

Videos on any subject will be accepted into the competition to be judged by an independent, professional panel. All you need is a video camera and your imagination.

Policy Overkill plays Seneca's Brother Bean this Saturday from 7-9. No cover.

Nancy Mosser Casting is looking for teenage boys with acting experience along with hundreds of potential extras for Kevin Smith Pittsburgh shoot of Zack and Miri Make a Porno.

If you're a 15- or 16-year-old boy with acting experience (two are needed) or an aspiring extra who is 18 or older, go to or call 412-434-1666. The agency is particularly interested in men and women 25 to 29 for extras, who will be paid minimum wage.

Pittsburgh teen Sarah Marince's eight-track country record, "Somebody Like You," has been released.

In a wildly confusing turn of events, although the Roadhouse Theatre is closed, they decided to continue doing shows at their venue.
I don't get it either, but if you're in the mood for some 1980s style angry ranting, Eric Bogosian's "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" runs Jan 18-19 and Jan 25-26.

I'm a nerd, but I don't think I'm this nerdy.

The Great Lakes Film Association is proud to announce the first annual Star Trek Convention and Independent Star Trek Film Festival in Erie, Pennsylvania November 7th & 8th, 2008.

This is the first time that a film festival has been born with a convention that will feature a competition between Star Trek fans who have taken their passion for the genre to the next level by filming their own short films, feature length films, and episodes.

To that end, the Great Lakes Film Association officially opens it's call for entries internationally for the 2008 Star Trek event. The stories are their own creations. The filmmakers produce them on their own without help from Paramount or Viacom. These films range from live action to animation (whether drawn or computer animated) to stop action.

There will be no limit as to how long or short a film can be as long as it has a story and some sort of characters involved. In other words, we do not want to see films featuring just a Federation communicator with music behind it. Just try to be creative!

For more information about the event or submission please visit The Final Frontier

Finally, come back with me to college and download:

Fugazi: 1995-04-03, New York [mp3,ogg,flac]

1 comment:

Justin said...

"Peter Greene says local audiences don't know how to behave. And, darn it, I agree."

I agree as well. People seem to do everything but sit,listen, and focus on to live music around these parts. This frustrates me a little.