Monthly Archives: April 2013

Fast Forward 45 Years: 1968 to 2013

The past few weeks have been amazingly eventful to say the least at the feet of Lady Liberty. There have been Supreme Court hearings on civil rights, bombings, explosions, senseless death, and significant legislation shot down. The Boston Marathon Bombing, … Continue reading

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To The Moon Alice: It’s Four Twenty, Twenty Thirteen

4:20 is coming up real soon no matter how you look at it. It happens once each calendar year, and twice a day in every time zone. San Francisco’s phenom jam band, ¬†Moonalice is feeling a celebration coming on and … Continue reading

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The Great Divide: Music, Politics, and Media

It’s been a long while since I’ve posted here. There hasn’t been anything significant to write about in the past month or so, except the letter Stephanie Nilles wrote to Amanda Palmer regarding why the free music model isn’t really … Continue reading

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