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The city of the air

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Everything You Need to Know is in ‘60s Music

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Ricky Phillips of Styx

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ILY IMF

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Blues Spoken Here

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Jumpin’ with The Jewel Tones, This Week’s Hoodoo Part Two

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Group Effort

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Alt-J and San Fermin at Stir Concert Cove

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Our multilingual future

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Raining Soul, This Week’s Hoodoo Part One

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Enveloped in fear

You might think that another American buffalo is stamping its feet in new grounds, given Theresa Rebeck’s Mauritius. It’s about an object just as prized as a rare nickel which menacing, foul-mouthed nasty guys want to cop. And, goddamn, one of them is some kind of psychopath. Hold on, Phil, such plans of mice and men may go awry. Two dames who’ve got the item are not as mousy as you might think.

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The Power of One

The 1970s was the decade of the digital revolution. Computers existed long before that penultimate chapter of changing history but they came to the fore during the Age of Disco and the “Me Generation.” It was the 1970s when the world began to quantize the universe into a series of ones and zeroes. I was in Los Angeles at the time and perhaps no field popularized the acceptance of digital reality more than the field...

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Uncle Maddios Helps Fight Hunger

Uncle Maddios Adds Philanthropy To The Menu

Uncle Maddios Pizza Joint has donated 500 pizzas to The Open Door Mission. A social media request to reach 15000 “likes” on the company’s Facebook page was met with vigor and The Open Door Mission is working with Maddios management to arrange delivery of thousands of hot slices for the hungry and homeless.
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Check Your Chicken

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Stu Cook of CCR

45 years ago, Creedence Clearwater Revival headlined the Saturday night slot at the legendary Woodstock Music Festival. Rolling Stone ranked them at 82nd of the 100 greatest artists of all time and they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. If they say all good things must come to an end, they weren't necessarily right with Creedence. Despite disbanding in 1972 after a tumultuous battle for...

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In The Bones

Playwright Cody Daigle is back. He returns about 15 months after his In the Bones materialized at the Great Plains Theatre Conference. Follwing the premiere in Queens, NY last November, about which Stage Buddy wrote  “A truly moving piece of stagecraft,” SNAP snapped it up for production here.

A suicide is at the core; a soldier who fought in Afghanistan fights guilt and depression and, by opposing, ends them....

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