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Grand Rapids, MI – local music review – The Wallace Collective EP has a little bit of everything, yet manages to maintain a sense of cohesiveness, while wisely leaving the listener satisfied, but still wanting just a little bit more. Continue reading
originally published in the Rapidian … Continue reading
As part of my new year’s resolution to commit to 99 acts of revolution (big & small), I bring you action # 8 Write a Letter. As you may know by now, Rush Limbaugh created quite the stir this past week merely by being his normal fascist self.
He called a woman “slut” and “prostitute” and made some other douchebag remarks that were basically incredibly disrespectful towards woman…all because she spoke out in favor of the rights of women to have autonomy over their own bodies… its not really a surprise to anyone that the mouthpiece of the Republican Hate Machine would spew this kind of crap out his foodhole… since that’s pretty much what Rush and the GOP are all about…. Continue reading
In keeping with my New Years Eve 2012 Resolution, I have dedicated myself to committing “99 acts of Revolution (big & small)”. I have been very busy getting involved in all kinds of political oriented activities in just the first … Continue reading
Hugo Claudin and Mexicains Sans Frontieres has done so much to keep the avant garde art and music scene in Grand Rapids alive. Here is a link to the Rapidian article about the “Save the Space;MSF” benefit on Friday October … Continue reading
Unity Magazine’s American Roots Festival comes to the Wealthy Theatre on Friday February 25th to celebrate the cultural diversity and wide range of influences that all go into the rich tapestry of music that defines the American musical landscape. Continue reading
originally posted in the Rapidian Mark Helias, the renowned jazz double bassist from New Brunswick, New Jersey will be making a stop in Grand Rapids MI on Nov 7th at Mexicains Sans Frontieres. Known for his work with many jazz greats … Continue reading