Thanks to Bill A. for the tip.
He assures us there will be more Artifacts tunes showing up on the archive.
Have a listen!
The excitement is building! May 1st will be a great day for Richmond, VA. The new fine arts museum will be the tenth largest fine arts museum in the US. With some great new art and a economic shot in the arm what is not to like? Come on out and enjoy the new museum this weekend, open until midnight opening day Saturday, May 1st.
Here is a flickr set by Morten Arstad Foto of the reopening of the Museum of the Bohemian in Amsterdam this past August. The set includes photos of the move and the party afterward. Again the museum moved and there was another party, April 17th of this year. The museum moves four times a year, a roving museum with a gaggle of curators.
If I were in Amsterdam, I would go there.
It seems we’ve been waiting forever, but the wait is just about over.
The Virginia Museum is one of the great things about Richmond. Support it and enjoy it, it belongs to all of us.
That’s right the 9:30 club (originally at 930 F Street) in Washington DC is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Last weekend the Washington Post posted an online article with video clips and interviews. The Post also has a print article in the April 18th issue of the WP Magazine, a tribute to the 9:30 club, a pioneering music club in DC that helped foster the music scene in the early days. Thanks to Scott B. for the heads up.
The last show I saw at the 9:30 Club was the Dead Kennedys sometime in early 1981 I believe. I saw the Orthotonics, 1/2 Japanese, Pere Ubu, Urban Verbs, Tiny Desk Unit, and I am sure there were many others, but that is all I can recall at the moment.
Loversville and Gayle McGehee…
at Shenanigans, 4017 MacArthur Ave
Saturday, May 15 at 8:00pm
Loversville at Commercial Taph…
111 Robinson Street
Sunday, May 23 at 9:00pm
Loversville at Ellwoods Coffee!
Corner of Cary and Thompson Streets
Saturday, June 19 at 7:00pm