Thursday, May 15, 2008

A sharp eyed reader pointed out to me via email that even more amusing than mis-spelling Indie Fest founder Jermome Wincek, was this awkward bit of editorial oversight in yesterday's News Herald:

The radio equipment that allows communication during these situations cost approximately $30,000 and was purchased with the same federal money used to buy Oil City police their new amour.

Ah spring, when a young peace officer's fancy turns lightly to thoughts of federally funded amour.

Pittsburgh poet Jan Beatty's WYEP Prosidy radio program is now available as a podcast.

The Erie Times News previews this weekend's Downtown Edinboro Art and Music Festival

When I wear my Doc Martens to work, I feel just like Terry Eagleton. Now, the boot company is hosting a contest to design your own, complete with Photoshop and Illustrator templates.

Upcoming Shows of Interest

Remora Deign and Canopy View play Oil City's Latonia Theatre Friday at 7 pm. $10 cover

Downtown Edinboro Art and Music Festival is this weekend. Gypsy Dave and the Stumpjumpers play the 16th at 7pm.

Greg Koons plays Seneca's Brother Bean (directions) from 7-9 pm Saturday - no cover

Free and Legal Downloads
Swervedriver - b sides and oddities

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