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Unknown: A Play By Alexis Clements
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Nobody knows Sydney Anders. Nobody living anyway. Well, maybe one or two people, but they don’t know her well. So nobody paid much attention when the boxes came into the Archives—seven to... More > be exact, six full of journals and one of cassette tapes. But Sophie was there when the boxes came. She just turned 30 and has been volunteering at the Archives for two years now. Thea was also there. She’s 15 and has been spending a lot of time at the Archives lately. Unknown follows Thea, Sophie, and a handful of characters who interact with them, as they flip through the pages of Sydney’s life, discovering her story as they go about their business in a very idiosyncratic archive related to the lives of lesbians. Inspired by the 40-year-old Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, Unknown offers a portrait of a small community of lesbians spanning four generations. It asks how we come to know a person as something more than the role they play in our lives or the labels society applies to them.< Less
The Music of Bobby Goldsboro By Robert Reynolds
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Bobby Goldsboro led an extraordinary life, getting his first break as a guitarist for the legendary Roy Orbison. His solo career spanned the sixties and seventies, having numerous hit records along... More > the way--Honey; See the Funny Little Clown; Broomstick Cowboy; Watching Scotty Grow; Autumn of My Life; I'm a Drifter; Summer (the 1st Time)...to name but a few. British fans voted Summer (the 1st Time) the Best Summer Song of all time. Along with Orbison, he headlined with the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones. His hit record, "Honey," became one of 1968's top records, scoring number one in almost all categories. During the late seventies, Bobby began a successful three-year run with his hit television music variety series, "The Bobby Goldsboro Show." In later years, he became a highly celebrated artist. His paintings are treasured by many. "The Music of Bobby Goldsboro"relates his story from small town kid to pop/country music legend, TV personality and artist. It's a story you won't want to miss.< Less
Poems from the Sprawl By Mark Charron
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Mark Charron is a new voice, a writer from New England just starting out fresh and bright, and this, POEMS FROM THE SPRAWL, is his debut work, a collection of poems written from and about the... More > suburbs. "My intent with this was to marry Frost with Corso..." And by honing such diverse styles across these pages, Charron blends together a bold and at times personal portrait of the experience of growing up and coming of age as a late-20th-century all-American boy of the suburbs. Along with Poems from the Sprawl, this anthology includes four other volumes of his earlier poetry, spanning from adolescent punk-brat songs of love and protest to stories of redemption and change, from the carnal to the spiritual, and other backstreets. Through it all is wove a young man's tale, one both of looking back to where one comes and out to where it's all going in the end. This book contains five volumes: 1 Poems from the Sprawl 2 Porter Daryl's Poems 3 Farewell Frat Row 4 The Choirboy 5 Morning Story< Less
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Music Street Journal 2019: Volume 3 - June 2019 - Issue 136 By Gary Hill
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This is the June 2019 (136) issue of Music Street Journal. It includes coverage of the following artists and more: D.G. Adams Alters Alya Annamay Be-Bop Deluxe Dickey Betts Paul Bronson Jack... More > Bruce Roland Buehlmann Paul Butterfield The Byrds Charlie Christmas Citizen K DarWin A Death Cinematic Terry Draper Dream Theater Jon Durant GEA Grönholm and Small Highest Intention Gary Hoey HOIA Bob Holz Humble Pie Paul K Jorma Kaukonen King Prawn Månegarm Patrick Moraz Erich Mrak Alan Parsons Pavlov's Dog ProAge Queensrÿche Django Reinhardt Renaissance The Residents Todd Rundgren's Utopia Saint Mars Shob Shumaun Sponge Steeleye Span Strangejuice Tank Les Techno Third Ear Band Thor Robin Trower Nik Turner The Two's Katy Vernon Voyce Memos Warrior Gary Wilson Reese Wynans Yes Robbie Z While Gary Hill edited and published the book and wrote many of the articles, Mike Korn, Greg Olma and Larry Toering provided articles.< Less
Music Street Journal 2019: Volume 3 - June 2019 - Issue 136 Hardcover Edition By Gary Hill
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This is the June 2019 (136) issue of Music Street Journal. It includes coverage of the following artists and more: D.G. Adams Alters Alya Annamay Be-Bop Deluxe Dickey Betts Paul Bronson Jack... More > Bruce Roland Buehlmann Paul Butterfield The Byrds Charlie Christmas Citizen K DarWin A Death Cinematic Terry Draper Dream Theater Jon Durant GEA Grönholm and Small Highest Intention Gary Hoey HOIA Bob Holz Humble Pie Paul K Jorma Kaukonen King Prawn Månegarm Patrick Moraz Erich Mrak Alan Parsons Pavlov's Dog ProAge Queensrÿche Django Reinhardt Renaissance The Residents Todd Rundgren's Utopia Saint Mars Shob Shumaun Sponge Steeleye Span Strangejuice Tank Les Techno Third Ear Band Thor Robin Trower Nik Turner The Two's Katy Vernon Voyce Memos Warrior Gary Wilson Reese Wynans Yes Robbie Z While Gary Hill edited and published the book and wrote many of the articles, Mike Korn, Greg Olma and Larry Toering provided articles.< Less
Breakups in Cafes By Léo Noël
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What do you do when you have lost everything? You either kill yourself or you go on living In the span of six months, our protagonist comes home after getting banned from Wales, gets into a lawsuit... More > against his parents, quits his job, drops out of his Master’s and goes through yet another devastating breakup in a coffee shop. He then faces a question we all asked ourselves at some point: “What the fuck do I do now ?” In this ambitious follow-up to the author’s debut, Breakups in Cafes combines narrative poetry and self-help to deliver a light-hearted look at the theme of death and rebirth and how we can navigate it. The second part of the book gives us a modern and cheeky reinterpretation of the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu. The 2500-year-old classic eastern wisdom text often called “the philosophy of the chill” And of course, all of it is seasoned with sex, drugs and the existential angst of millennials.< Less
In the Interests of the Brethren: A One Act Masonic Drama By Aaron Joy
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Loosely inspired by Rudyard Kipling's 1917 short story of the same name, this is the drama of a young man who has put Freemasonry behind him as a bitter tasting memory. He long ago left disillusioned... More > on the eve of his father not becoming Master of the Lodge, and who would also leave to soon die broken. Now, after meeting an old bookseller who shelters a life-changing secret, the man finds himself unexpectedly attending lodge again. He reluctantly is forced to face his father's death and the question of what it means to be a Mason in what is a unique Masonic play. This is the first play by a Maine Mason that uses Masonry as its central theme, takes place in the present day, discusses contemporary issues of lodge life, and can be performed for the public. Playwright Aaron Joy is a music writer who has been involved in Masonry in his home of Portland, Maine. His theater work spans on and off stage in the U.S. and Japan, including directing Off-Broadway and tech at San Francisco's Jon Sims Center.< Less
Not My Legacy & Godhead, Apathy And Brad Paisley: Two Short Masonic/Eastern Star Dramas By Aaron Joy
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These two plays are unique additions to the world of Masonic and Eastern Star theater. 'Not My Legacy' is a debate on making a legacy in light of famous Masons and Eastern Star sisters of the past.... More > 'Godhead, Apathy And Brad Paisley' looks at Masons in contemporary rock music, while touching on rap, country music, segregation, Prince Hall and even the Illuminati. 'Not My Legacy' is also available in a Yiddish edition, the first Masonic play translated into Yiddish. Each show features two performers and can be performed by Masons and Eastern Star. They can be performed for the public, but are also a perfect length for lodge meetings. Playwright Aaron Joy is a music writer who has been involved in Masonry in his home of Portland, Maine. His theater work spans on and off stage in the U.S. and Japan, including directing Off-Broadway and tech at San Francisco's Jon Sims Center. While his music work includes owning his own label, Roman Midnight Music, and extensive blogging and podcasting.< Less
Timer By Wes Kelley
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Set against the backdrop of student unrest in 1969, JD, a new bartender at historic Cold Spring Tavern in the mountains high above the old mission town of Santa Barbara is befriended by a man... More > everyone knows simply as Timer; a cowboy of indeterminate age who works at the largest dude ranch in the valley. But their friendship becomes threatened when Timer’s mysterious past emerges and JD must decide whether or not he can believe the incredible details of a story the cowboy has told him. As JD wrestles with his doubt, a beautiful art student enters his life with a dark secret of her own. Spanning over one hundred years of American history including The Civil War, California Gold Rush and the wild prairie justice of the Texas Rangers, “Timer” explores a character who is simple, yet remarkably wise beyond his years. As the relationship unfolds between JD and Timer, they will be confronted by choices which, if carried to their conclusion, must challenge each man’s trust, integrity and courage.< Less

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