Saturday, May 31, 2008

Even I am not immune to the simple joy of spending an early summer afternoon blowing away milk jugs with a .44

Temporal Things has some great photography up, including shots of Freedom Falls and this one, my favorite:

While you're at it, you should also check out her phenomenal band photography. I'm very jealous.

A New Castle, PA area sketch group is seeking models for a Tuesday evening sketch group for semi clothed, 2 hours sessions on the the 17th of June and 1,15, 29 July. Please contact for further info.

Gargoyle Entertainment is looking for zombie extras for their latest film 12/24 in Pittsburgh on Friday June 6th from 10am till ?. Email Anthony Colliano with a resume and headshot.

The Grant Resource Center located in the Franklin Public Library now has a blog.

The Pennsylvania Tourism people are looking for your PA hiking stories.

The YA YA YAS is a young adult book blog.

Free and Legal Downloads:

Martin Sexton Live at B&A Warehouse on February 8, 2001

Del McCoury Band Live at Allegany County Fairgrounds on May 24, 2008

Matisyahu Live at Wakarusa Music Festival on June 17, 2005

Franklin, PA native Mark McClusky taught himself how to play guitar by stealing an instruction book from the public library. As punk as that may sound, Come & Gone, the album he eventually created with the now defunct Lakeside Rebar, is Jayhawk-y Americana and now available in its entirety for download.


ollie said...

thanks for the kind words! i really appreciate it.

that picture of you with the gun cracked me up for some reason. ah, summer in pennsylvania.

Dittman said...

I know, right?

My daughter thinks there are deep psychological ramification about the fact that the first photo I post of myself after doing the blog for three years is one where I have a gun in my hand!

My redneck past keeps nipping at my heels.

Kate B. said...

That picture is great! One can never stray far from one's redneck roots, I've found.

Thanks for helping to get the word out about the Grant Resource Center blog.