‘Death Of Stalin’ VS Bob Weir

Sam Whiting in the Chron has their first official story about the group of tech entrepreneurs who have pledged to convert for $20m the Guild theater into a nonprofit concert hall like the university in Berkeley coincidentally once the flag ship of landmark, run by former BGP partners.

Meanwhile Palo Alto did have a week and flimsy flaccid plan to turn the varsity 456 university into a similar type deal so flimsy that when Steve Baker’s son broke an ankle at a soccer game that was the breaking point; Danny Scher did see it. Gary Fazzino said it was a good idea. Jim Keane  was city manager during Berkeley’s rebuilding of freight and salvage. But it’s really unclear whether she really tried to reach out to the likely people able to run a 500 capacity building here: golden voice live nation slims Yoshi another planet. Chop Keenan  building owner said he had new interest in subsidizing such a project even if we gave him an extra 20 stories at the nearby Hamilton high building.  Even if I made good on my pledge to bring Roy Orbison back from the dead which actually is happening now.

Anyhow I didn’t root against these guys but I’ll believe it when I see it.

The talk of getting Bob Weir involved reminds me of the most recent movie I really enjoyed their death of Stalin which reminds me there is a remake of the book version of darkness at noon   And of course I have started to research doing a Robert Hunter project here   My neighbor Nick rides bikes with Bo Crane the author of a recent pamphlet through the Palo Alto Storico socialization on when Jerry met Bobby.  I suggest he should’ve done the book to add some Robert Hunter stuff but he said he’s moved on

And in  A completely unrelated matter or as they say now for something completely different I will be able to attend the Gunn  Montavista football game to see the sensation half back eitan Smolyar 16 ypg because the sensation fake Korean performing artist Sun Kil Moon has pulled a funny bone.

 

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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