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Venerable old bookstores shutting their doors (The Cincinnati Post)
SAN FRANCISCO - Five years ago, Gary Frank decided to sell his bookstore here. The Booksmith had built up a fine reputation over a quarter of a century, thanks to an impressive series of author appearances and a high-traffic location in the old hippie neighborhood of Haight-Ashbury. Yet hardly anyone expressed interest.
02-20-07 EUR ALL ON ONE PAGE (Eurweb)
TIM HARDAWAY STILL APOLOGIZING: Former NBA player now says, ?I don?t hate gay people.? *During an interview Sunday with CBS affiliate WFOR in Miami, former NBA player Tim Hardaway continued to apologize for his anti-gay remarks on a South Florida radio station last week.
Closing the book on a dying business (Contra Costa Times)
Five years ago, Gary Frank decided to sell his bookstore. The Booksmith had built a fine reputation during a quarter of a century, thanks to an impressive series of author appearances and a high-traffic location in the old hippie neighborhood of Haight-Ashbury.
Bloomington cops plan crackdown on noise (The Pantagraph)
BLOOMINGTON -- The next time your favorite song comes on the car radio, think twice about turning it up. Bloomingtonā??s 45 patrol officers have been told to issue at least two traffic citations or ordinance violations related to noise monthly.
Music center is powerful, pricey (Rocky Mountain News)
The Musica takes up no more space than a standard stereo component, sleekly storing up to 40,000 songs in digital format. It's powerful - and, for the most part, powerfully easy to use.
Grammy winner's sound advice / Daughter of Spike Jones has mixed, mastered an...
While other kids her age were home watching Shirley Temple movies on the tube, 5-year-old Leslie Ann Jones was sipping Shirley Temples in a Las Vegas showroom with her slightly older brother, Spike Jr., digging Sinatra or Sammy Davis while their parents...
Bookshops' latest sad plot twist (Calendarlive.com)
San Francisco ? FIVE years ago, Gary Frank decided to sell his bookstore here.
Interview: Singer and Songwriter Ben Rudnick (Blogcritics.org)
I have never heard of Ben Rudnick ? let alone his friends ? but I am going to start watching for them after listening to their latest album and interviewing him. I arranged an interview with Ben Rudnick & Friends to talk about their new album, Grace?s Bell. The album comes out in late February. I think I accidentally offended him by referring to the music as ?children?s music? and for that I ...
FLETCH, THE CAB, I HATE KATE, SLAM DUNK, JR. ANTI-SEX LEAGUE Jan. 26 at Unive...
At 5:15 p.m. there were already 50 or so kids in line to get into the brand new University Theatre. Forty-five minutes later that same line stretched to Maryland Parkway, and once the doors open the kids poured in and rushed to get a spot against the stage until the crowd reached capacity.
Toby Keith's easygoing country rock and knee jerk patriotism done with gusto ...
If the multiplatinum success of singer/songwriter/ country-rock superstar Toby Keith eludes you, then chances are you may need NASCAR explained as well. Both offer the pleasures of taking the everyday to the extreme. Just as a NASCAR vehicle -- as opposed to an Indy car -- resembles something that might be in your garage, Keith goes to great lengths to be Mr. Everyday.
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