If anyone needs Flash, he’ll be napping in the hole he digs every year when the temperature reaches 80 degrees.
As long as I remember, I’ve been saving concert tickets and stuffing them into this Pac-Man tin. From my first adult-supervised concerts in middle school and high school, through the college years, to clubs and festivals in Colorado, California, Maine, New York, Massachusetts, and Washington.
The tin was purchased sometime in 1981 during a K-Mart blue light special in South Plainfield, NJ. Other than my baseball card collection, it’s probably the oldest personal item I still have in my possession. Which means it’s moved around the country with me me about 15 times in the last 32 years, collecting concert memory after fuzzy concert memory.
For remote Telluride Bluegrass Festivarians looking to immerse themselves in this year’s 40th Annual Telluride Bluegrass festival, here are some important links and info. It’ll be like we’re virtually there.
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Alleys of Edmonds, Scene 12
We have lots of alleys throughout the residential area of the Edmonds Bowl. I think they’re neat, so I’ve started taking some photos of them. It’s my “Alleys of Edmonds” photo series. Here’s the first installment.
"The father of Martin William Richard today said he is trying to both grieve the death of his 8-year-old son, who was killed at the Boston Marathon bombings, and help his wife and daughter recover from injuries they suffered during the terrorist attack on Monday." [Source: Boston Globe]
RIP Martin Richard.
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club - Red Pirate Of The Prairie | Glitterhouse Records
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club is my favorite band and they put on an incredible show, I convert friends into SCAC fans at every opportunity. Here’s their latest video for Red Pirate Of The Prairie. Enjoy.
Maine is good living, love Maine.