Monthly Archives: July 2021

Chuck E’s in love

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The Swingin’ Lavays

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Led does Nina by Salamishah for The Times, yo

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Bryce Young turns 20, buys himself a Crimson Ferrari

Bw Greek Freak leads Bucks to World Championship

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Murderously bad 3EB cover in a bodega on Smith Street (Klosterman, 2019)

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My favorite professor, historian Bruce Nelson, speaking in Seattle on the history of Blacks in the labor movement

Harry Bridges advocated for including Blacks in the unions. Nelson has a book on the history of labor, I should order on-line (I thought I saw it at City Lights). I took Bruce Nelson’s history of the labor movement class … Continue reading

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Lions with Wings update

I started Lions With Wings while I was in the bubble, trying to avoid getting a deathly virus. So far, so good. I am healthy. Even better, I am back in the concert biz, with 3 shows on sale, for … Continue reading

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SuperMo

‘m hereby announcing a Mac McCaughan tribute band called SuperMo that features Mark Weiss on not quite tuneful vocals, Steve Rothblatt on congas, and an assorted and rotating and non-repeating cast of other not quite melodic or rhythmic side peoples, … Continue reading

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Jenny Scheinman (w Finn Taylor) vs Aleta Hayes (w Jack Tuttle)

I just got word that a Jenny Scheinman project has been announced for onsale at Stanford Live Arts, for January, 2022. It’s called “Kannapolis” and is a performance piece that combines live performance of written and improv music in reaction … Continue reading

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Kudos to Folau Niua, Olympian from East Palo Alto (Woodside HS)

  There are also seven female soccer players from Stanford including a couple with peninsula prep ties, plus Maddie Price the former Menlo High sprinter, competing for Canada.

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