Sunday, October 26, 2008

So, if someone had a couple of tickets they wanted to get rid of for the Ben Sollee WYEP show in November, drop me a line.

Innovation Erie is hosting a design competition -- $1,000 prize for the design of a small, useful, beautiful product that is original and can be manufactured in the Erie region.

"Okay, who’s got what left and how much can we get for it?"

And the Hippos Were Boiled in Their Tanks the noir that Kerouac and Burroughes wrote, is now available. The Boston Phoenix prints an excerpt.

Venango County woodworker Shawn Wingard is looking for an artist to help design some furniture pieces, and possibly build with veneer and solid wood. Email him if you're interested.

What do the Presidential nominees have to say about the arts?

The Con Anti-Harassment Project is a grass-roots campaign designed to help make conventions safer for everyone.

Hulu is offering Storefront Hitchcock Filmmaker Jonathan Demme's film profiling British singer/songwriter Robyn Hitchcock.

I had a friend brag that he pulled all of his money out of his 401(k). He balked when I suggested that buy high sell low was not the key to success, but after seeing that an artist is offering HIS & HERS: Life-Size Replica in LEGO® Bricks. I'm thinking it's time for some revising my investing strategy.

Free and Legal Downloads:

Pink Floyd: BBC Peel Sessions

Ryan Adams Live at Verizon Wireless Theater on October 14, 2008

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