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Cyberoptics & Direktor Bashing Through the End of the World on a Lost Horizon

Salt City – A few years of public stupidity inflamed by fools, capitalists and a desperate media ended with a whimper Friday night.  December 21, 2012 exited without fanfare, remarked upon only for the extremely quiet day that ensued. Warnings … Continue reading

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Camp Bisco XI Womps Mariaville’s Indian Lookout Once Again

Mariaville – After two years of mayhem, packed houses and parking lot roadways much speculation took place that local residents would finally stand and say enough was enough.  In the end townsfolk decided they’d rather have greenbacks than three more … Continue reading

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Bribing Democracy, Optical Scans & Voting in an Ignored State

‘merica – Six billion dollars and a politically wasted year later Americans reaffirmed they are a nation divided to the core.  Wednesday brought sudden silence after the months long onslaught of blaring impersonality.   The electorate has chosen and hundreds of … Continue reading

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Identity Fest Deafens Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia

Illadelphia – Cloud spotted sunshine beckoned southward.  A $40 ticket from craigslist and a rare day off coincided in a parking garage adjacent to the Delaware River Sunday afternoon.  Street parking problematic, paying for rented space saved worry while vouching … Continue reading

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Boots n’ Shorts ft. Dan Maffei at the 6th Tipperary Hill Music Festival

Syracuse – Undaunted by a mid afternoon deluge, hundreds made their way to James Pass Arboretum near Burnett Park for the 6th annual Tipperary Hill Music Festival.  Bringing together an assortment of local musicians across three stages,  the family friendly … Continue reading

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Kyle Adem, Friends and a Night of Storytelling at Jazz Central

A wintry January evening reunited friends who began their  songwriting journeys together.  Jazz Central, a 78 seat theater owned and operated by Central New York’s Jazz Arts Foundation, hosted the trio of musicians getting together to play their songs while … Continue reading

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Late Night at Fontana’s with some New Moods

New York City’s CMJ Music Marathon celebrated it’s 31st festivity last week.  Scattering over 1,200 acts across venues throughout the boroughs, CMJ lures industry professionals and scenesters to the city for five days in October.  Originally a showcase for college … Continue reading

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René Breton in the snow

A group of musicians as concerned with their art as their music braved the snow to play the Westcott Theatre Tuesday the 7th.  Travelling to Central New York after a show at the Mercury Lounge in New York City René … Continue reading

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