Banjo

18 Jun 19
¿Somos Inmigrantes?

Glass from the skylight had come crashing down, along with a fifty pound barbell weight, and it was only thanks to Sherlock tackling me that it did not crash directly on me.  As soon as he saw that I was out of the way he sprinted out the sanctuary door.  Narcisse and Burt were by […]

18 Jun 19
The North Carolina Music Zone

  On The Scene With Tracey Stones We Rocked Our Midweek Blues Away at City Stage     Starting things off with a look at last week, we begin at the mid-week point whereupon at City Stage we find  Big Jim Kohler and his band sharing some blues with good friends and talented players. Those […]

18 Jun 19
Time Past and Time Passing

Ferocious Dog, might be a fiendishly difficulty yoga position, a lewd figure drawing in the Karma Sutra or a hipster brewery. F.D are in fact none of these things, rather they are a bloody good electric band that mixes the hi energy of English Punk with a grimy, non fey folk sensibility. Ferocious Dog have […]

18 Jun 19
Dubois County Free Press

Dubois Branch Library is hosting a free performance by the River City String Band on Saturday, June 22 at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room.     The group plays traditional, folk and bluegrass music performing on mountain dulcimers, banjo, harmonica, upright bass, guitar and mandolin.  Musicians include Randy Tuell, Marilyn and Dave Craig, Don Neuhauser and […]

18 Jun 19
Territorial Imperatives

JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE—Some American cities have come back, and others are still dominated by boarded-up storefronts and memories of former glories. Johnson City is somewhere in between, with sprouts of new life dotting Main Street. Willow Street Café is one such sprout, a funky, comfortable coffeehouse with live music, including—on the night we attended, Abby […]

18 Jun 19
Kyle's Korner

Another boring, generic Bro-Lite song? I don’t like where this is going. Jake Owen lookalike Cale Dodds is a Georgia native who signed with Warner  Music early in 2017, but despite the usual “one to watch!” magazine features and a few singles (“All Over,” “Take You Back”) released over a year ago, he hasn’t made any […]

18 Jun 19
The Codgers

We’re back at the St. Patrick Senior Center Irish Fest on Sunday, June 23, 2019, at 6:30pm. And we’re excited to catch the Detroit debut of The Donnelly Reels earlier in the day.  You might recognize the familial vocal styling of their singer and mandolin player, Ian Donahue, since he’s the younger cousin of Matt […]

18 Jun 19
Swartz Report

After what felt like an eternity waiting since the last general Nintendo Direct happened way back in February (not counting the Pokémon or Super Mario Maker 2 presentations) Nintendo finally pulled back the curtain on what exactly it had up its sleeve for 2019 and beyond. The results, while certainly a mixed bag, were stronger […]

18 Jun 19
Marco Cáceres di Iorio

You know, I’m pretty sure now that people running around in white lab coats trying to jab me with a syringe disgust me even more than Donald Trump. Trust me, that’s pretty darn disgusting. Jeez, what is this fetish with needles, anyways. Go pick up a guitar or a banjo, why don’t you. And leave […]

18 Jun 19
Banjo's Bread

I may have been selected as one of the finalists in this year’s @hobbshousebakery #kingofthesourdough but the hunt for the perfect #realbread #sourdough continues. 🍞 Finally got to slice yesterday’s bake and it looks good 😁 🍞 @carrs_flour #Artisan Bread Flour and @goodthingsbrewingco Malted Wholemeal Flour made from spent brewing grain. 🍞 #SourdoughNation #igbreadclub #SourdoughSchool […]

18 Jun 19
Summer 2019

My thoughts on banjo kazooie in smash Hes okay but I would prefer a more relevant character. Banjo is okay but I feel they should have done sans. He’s from a good franchise very well know and people actually would want him. Banjos franchise died like 100 years ago and haven made a game recently. […]

18 Jun 19
reluctantfarmgirl

Armed with our RV packed with 2 adults, 2 big labs, and a reams of paper printed from Zillow on the perfect pieces of heaven, we drove off to look for America. At first I was smitten and wanted to look at all the small towns that dotted north central Washington. The names drew me […]

18 Jun 19
Windy Chicken Farm

“Let us always meet each other with a smile. For the smile is the beginning of love.“ — Mother Theresa. Welcome to our little piece of Earth. The Windy Chicken is a 5 acre homestead and organically grown farm/ market garden that strives to provide the best produce we can to our community. While we […]

18 Jun 19
Rita's Reading Room

Love, Lies and Murder by Leslie Wolfe Genre: Thriller, Suspense   Breathtaking suspense unraveling at train-wreck speed, in an unforgettable collection. Sometimes the only way to do the right thing is to break the rules. Love, Lies, and Murder is a collection of 19 short stories that explore the extremes of human emotion and the conflicts […]