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Weir , KS 66781
(620) 396-8266
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Live From Richmond - It's Live Music! - Richmond.com

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Maymont in a tizzy, the only thing is that there are no pandas in Maymont. Anyway this heartwarming story continues to frequent Richmond, thank goodness. The songs are well crafted like a beer with a weird name, and rocking as a song bird on some tier for risky inmates at Richmond City Jail. Titus Andronicus, also from that fat governor’s state, is a freak out method lured into obituaries for the living. This punk outfit reminds me, as it should remind you, of starving student movers who were amputees in a previous life.   Get out the Penicillin, you will need it after this March Madness turns a Studebaker into a Ferrari. Titus Andronicus – www.titusandronicusllc.tumblr.com Screaming Females - www.facebook.com/screamingfemales $12 Advance – www.strangematterrva.com / $15 Door; All ages -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wednesday, March 7, 8 p. m. Shelly Fairchild, Liza Bance, Lee Harris and Country Sunshine, Russell Lacey @ The Camel Can country, folk, bluegr...

Works by Clancy, Barry, Weir and Grisey - Musical Criticism

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Irish art music. The concert programme was entitled 'Musicians Wrestle Everywhere', the posthumous name given to an Emily Dickinson poem which was taken by composer Judith Weir as the title of the first piece of the evening. Musicians Wrestle Everywhere is a concerto for ten instruments. Weir was inspired by Dickinson's poem's suggestion that music exists in the world wherever we perceive it, whether in the song of the birds, the bark of a dog, the howl of the wind, or the honk of car horns. Opening and closing with an odd march on pizzicato cello and double bass, Musicians Wrestle Everywhere hinges on jerky syncopation, diatonic discourse, and minor pentatonic melodies, though unfortunately a lack of variety in dynamic and colour makes the piece overall a bit monotonous. Clancy's Findetotenlieder for soprano and ensemble was written fo...

The Personal Sting of Southgate/Mad Hatter Closings - Cincinnati CityBeat

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
The Mad Hatter has already shuttered its doors and the Southgate House is closing after Saturday. And I can’t quite bring myself to accept that. In high school, I was the token weird kid. Some of my peers flourished on the football field, in the class room, or in the school theater. But for me, I was the kid who listened to the loud music but didn’t have the musical skill to play it himself. Going to a small, private school in a Cincinnati suburb, this inclination was met with every sort of response, usually in the realm of confusion. The kids didn’t get it, the teachers didn’t get it, and I didn’t really understand it either. To say high school was a period of transition is the definition of understatement. It’s not that I didn’t fit in; it’s just that I was never totally...

Late-night fire destroys Carmi storage building - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Carmi man. The suspect crossed the railroad bridge into East Carmi in an attempt to elude officers but was later captured on foot in East Carmi. Norris City-Omaha-Enfield High School senior Ashley Weir died at Ferrell Hospital in Eldorado after colliding with a tractor-trailer south of Norris City on an ice- and snow-covered Illinois 1. A late-night fire destroyed a storage building owned by Armstrong Tools on Carmi's outer east side. Firefighters from four departments battled the bitter cold temperatures and the blaze in an effort to contain the damage to the one building on the Armstrong complex. Judy Mae Bingman was honored with the 2011 Rotary Club Lincoln Heritage Award for her many volunteer hours with 4-H and other organizations. KenBern Farms was awarded the Conservationist of the Year Award at the annual White County Soil and Water Conservation District dinner. A 17-year-old male suspect from Carmi was busted after he was stopped while walking along Smith Street in Carmi. He ditched a bag he was carrying before the deputy caught up to him, but the bag was later found to contain meth-making materi...

Late-night fire destroys Carmi storage building - Carmi Times

Sun, Jan 1, 2012
Carmi man. The suspect crossed the railroad bridge into East Carmi in an attempt to elude officers but was later captured on foot in East Carmi. Norris City-Omaha-Enfield High School senior Ashley Weir died at Ferrell Hospital in Eldorado after colliding with a tractor-trailer south of Norris City on an ice- and snow-covered Illinois 1. A late-night fire destroyed a storage building owned by Armstrong Tools on Carmi's outer east side. Firefighters from four departments battled the bitter cold temperatures and the blaze in an effort to contain the damage to the one building on the Armstrong complex. Judy Mae Bingman was honored with the 2011 Rotary Club Lincoln Heritage Award for her many volunteer hours with 4-H and other organizations. KenBern Farms was awarded the Conservationist of the Year Award at the annual White County Soil and Water Conservation District dinner. A 17-year-old male suspect from Carmi was busted after he was stopped while walking along Smith Street in Carmi. He ditched a bag he was carrying before the deputy caught up to him, but the bag was later found to contain meth-making materi...

Getting Over Going Under - Cincinnati CityBeat

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
The Mad Hatter has already shuttered its doors and the Southgate House in Newport is closing on New Year’s Day.  And I can’t quite bring myself to accept that. In high school, I was the token weird kid. Some of my peers flourished on the football field, in the classroom or in the school theater. But for me, I was the kid who listened to the loud music but didn’t have the musical skill to play himself. Going to a small, private school in a Cincinnati suburb, this inclination was met with every sort of response, usually in the realm of confusion. It’s not that I didn’t fit in; it’s just that I was never totally comfortable at school.  But there were two places where I was comfortable: The Mad Hatter and the Southgate House. While many of my peers only went to national shows at Bogart’s or U.S. Bank Arena, I began to venture to...

Brunettes, Jocks, Cooking Shows, and Other Gifts that Keep Giving - Memphis Flyer (blog)

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Lea was in it. Health and fitness and sports. As I get older, the desire to play sports gets stronger and the desire to watch other people play them, especially pros, gets weaker. It's weird how sports loyalties endure. I have not lived in Michigan for 40 years but still root for the Red Wings, Tigers, and Lions, all of whom had good years in 2011. They say the Catholic Church has you after your childhood, and teams do too. I’m surprised that people spend $40 a ticket or more to sit in the nosebleed seats at an NBA game. The St. Jude Marathon is still most impressive local participant sports event, with 13,000 people running 5k or 26 miles. I’m sweating though if I have to find sponsors for the tennis tournament, golf tournament, and minor sports with our corporate community shrinking. I think Peter King of Sports Illustrated is an exemplary reporter. His Monday notes, analysis, commentary, and reporting on Sunday’s games are better than the games themselves. What a workhorse he is. Another sportswriter, Jason Gay of the Wall Street Journal, is also really good — funny, serious, and original in the difficult twice-a-week format that limits the timely topics. News Media. The Wall Street Journal has changed a lot under Rupert Murdoch from a business newspaper to more of a general interest newspaper with daily reports on fashion, sports, and fitness and health. The Journal’s brand has always been separation of reporting and the editorial page. The reporting is so good it can and should be a course syllabus in Journalism 101. Compassionate, wide-ranging, fair, fiends on attribution and accuracy. But after 30 years I can’t read the editorials or the Oped columnists with the exception of Dorothy Rabinowitz who manages to be tough as nails, brilliant, jaded, always interesting, and look like a woman in a Woody Allen movie. I still admire the Journal's disdain for on-the-one-hand-on-the-other-hand columns. The New York Times put up a pay wall, and I paid. Gail Collins is great. So is Maureen Dowd. I can’t make it through a Thomas Friedman column though, much less his latest book, "That Used to Be Us." David Brooks is good in his back and forth with Collins but otherwise kind of blah. Why don’t conservatives ever criticize their own? On the list of Things I Don't Do Much Any More: watch the national news at 5:30 p.m. Bad timing. I’ve checked national papers several times already, and the drug commercials drive me crazy. Boniva my ass. Sally Field is the D...

PERRY STREET LEAGUE: Title looks destined for West Dorset - View Online

Sun, Nov 20, 2011
Horseshoe Lane where Hawkchurch Reserves won the derby game with hosts Thorncombe 3-2. Hawks’ skipper Dave Mayo celebrated his 25th birthday with a MoM performance whilst Stewart Weir struck twice. Barrington Reserves failed to emulate their 11-1 league thrashing of struggling Uplyme and had to be content with a 3-1 win with goals from top-scorer Tomahiro Nakayama, Adam Orderno and Jamie Park. Quarter-final draw; Chard Rangers Res v Farway United Res, Hawkchurch Res v Crewkerne Rangers Res, Barrington Res v Chard United Res, Ilminster A v Lyme Regis Bantams. PREMIER Beaminster 2 Combe Res 0 GOALS from full-backs James Ridd and Dean Hyet maintained Beaminster’s unbeaten start to the season. They did have the ball in the net only for referee Mike Benjafield to rule the ‘goal’ out for offside - a decision he later admitted to Beaminster manager Sean Annettts he got wrong. The deadlock was finally broken by a superb free-kick into the top-corner by Hyett. The points were secured when Ridd exchanged passes with Liam Annetts and fired home. South Petherton 2 Lyme Regis 5 IT’S  a little soon to be writing an obituary for South Petherton’s chances of retaining their Premier Division title but Saturday’s 5-2 home defeat at the hands of rivals’ Lyme Regis leaves them with a mountain to climb. The Seasiders flew out the blocks and were 2-0 before Pethy knew what had hit them. Both goals came from veteran striker Jason Hawker who is developing something of a habit of popping up vital goals in big games such as this. As it was the hosts showed all their fighting spirit and thanks to strikes from Rich Hebditch and Paul Holt were back level – all this with only nine minutes on the clock! That’s how things stayed up to the break. Lyme were however...

Joseph J. Weir, sheriff’s lieutenant, town justice

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Feb. 18, 1932—Nov. 6, 2011 Joseph J. Weir, a retired Erie County sheriff’s lieutenant and a former West Seneca town justice, died Sunday in his Orchard Park home. He was 79. Born in Buffalo, he grew up in St. Theresa’s Parish in South Buffalo. He was a 1949 graduate of St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute and attended St. Joseph’s Seminary in Calicoon. One of the South Buffalo Butler Boys, known for their Irish camaraderie and love of p... (The Buffalo News)

A Small Gallery of Literary Giants - The Millions

Sun, Nov 6, 2011
Philip K. Dick (1928-1982)– The only way Philip K. Dick could have written so many books — and so many fine weird ones — was with the help of chemistry. I imagine him slamming a typewriter all through the California night, jacked to the gills on speed, weed, booze, caffeine, maybe a hit of acid to take the edge off. Out poured a river of words that often had a manic, paranoid, bi-polar flavor. Or maybe the word I’m looking for is gnostic. Dick was a visionary chronicler of life’s moral chiaroscuro, its black evils and moments of shining virtue, which made him an ideal subject for a black-and-white ink drawing that features a blinding source of light and its inevitable counterpart, dark, dark shadows. Irving “Swifty” Lazar (1907-1993) — Though not a writer, Swifty Lazar was the agent of Hemingway, Faulkner, Truman Capote, Vladimir Nabokov and Tennessee Williams, along with half of the Hollywood galaxy. I’ve always thought of him as the colossus of the 15 percent crowd, gazing down at us mere mortals through ashtray glasses that magnified his big barracuda eyes. (He also had sharp little barracuda teeth.) Cross this man at your peril. William S. Burroughs (1914-1997) — As radical — and funny– as his writing could be, I’m never able to think of William S. Burroughs without remembering that he shot his common-law wife in the head during a drunken game of William Tell in 1951. Burroughs admitted that the (accidental?) killing haunted him for the remaining 46 years of his long and prolific life, and as a result I’ve always imagined him as a man split in two by the trauma, then put back together all wrong. img src="http://www.themillions.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/570_naom20schor.jpeg" alt="" title="570_naom20schor" width="570" height="629" class="alignce...




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