we’ve featured them before singing this:
and still find them endearing.
what can i say. i have a weakness.
if macrock is is scheduled to happen april 2-3, and only 20 bands have been announced/alerted that they are officially on the bill, how do the organizers expect this thing to fly?
are bands expected to hold the weekend “just in case”?
seems like most bands plan ahead – like more than 3 weeks ahead – for a major event.
i bet that back in the day, you didn’t wait around to inform fugazi, elliot smith, and sufjan stevens that they were invited to perform.
what’s up, macrock?
we really look forward to feeling like harrisonburg is cool like austin once a year. it’s been good times in years past…
here’s to hoping that it’s just your website that is a little slow this year…
there were some very exciting new foodstuffs delivered to downtown wine and gourmet today…
including the realization of a special request from a very pregnant woman desperate for a grown-up alternative to cranberry gingerale:
Filed under: -of civil rights, -of human rights, -of jhumphrey, -of politik, -of reads
(we’re hosting one for Friendly City Co-Op in Feb…)
so, i was particularly keen on this:
sounds a hell of a lot better than cuchi guidos to me…
and, to top it off, even if we wanted to drink away our tears at the state of the nation, we can’t.
or at least it’s more difficult to obtain the necessary ingredients for a manhattan.
the bitters are suspended.
thanks to the recession, which has reached trinidad & tobago, production of angostura bitters has been halted:
glad we picked up a super cheap bottle (randomly) at teetotaling sharp shopper a few months ago.
the most requested video around these parts today:
well. along dance-theme lines, this was also popular among the 3 year old set:
isn’t that soundtrack (to 1985’s white nights, featuring mikhail baryshnikov, helen mirren, gregory hines, and a pre-blue velvet isabella rosallini) fantastic? sort of a passionate russian tom waits. it’s vladimir vysotsky. here’s more of the bard: