Chicago Cellar Boys

16 Jun 19
Milton Observer

By Muriel Bristol (Transcriber) | June 16, 2019 In this year, the busy first of Milton’s second century, we encounter another mill fire, a Milton farm for sale, a machinist wanted, Mr. Dearborn’s runaway horse, a photographer wanted, a sales opportunity, an ice house fire, Mrs. Pinfold’s poetry, the Exeter death of a Milton native, […]

14 Jun 19
Rock ALL Photography

FRANK IERO AND THE FUTURE VIOLENTS Release One on One Cellar Session Mixed by Ray Toro of My Chemical Romance Celebrate Barriers Chart Success On Tour June 14  – August 10 FRANK IERO Photo credit: Mitchell Wojcik FRANK IERO AND THE FUTURE VIOLENTS  have released a brand new cellar session recorded with One on One at City Winery New York. The audio for […]

13 Jun 19
Another Chicago Magazine

There’s a telephone. Three syllables, telephone, so it’s the kind with the handle—you could bring it from room to room only with the help of long cords, like a medical attachment of saline. Its speaking and listening parts imitated your own. Meeting in a kind of lonely kiss: plastic, teeth, cartilage, bone.

12 Jun 19
Do I want to read that?

Olá meus amigos! I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted but I have been reading all this time! Today I have book from Jodi Lynn Anderson. I am planning on releasing a lot, as I am on summer break, so be on a lookout! What made me pick this book up initially was the […]

10 Jun 19
Coyote Doom ·BLOG·

Doom Into Doom: REZN playing Zosch Berlin. April 30th, 2019.

07 Jun 19
News Directory

Skip Netflix this weekend – there are 10 ways to get out of your home and not get bored in the city. If you want to deliver BosTen to your inbox every Thursday, click here. Would you like to do more things? See our events calendar at poston.com/events. You can also learn more about great […]

01 Jun 19
Em Takes D.C.

Day 5: May 29th Today was a LOOOOONG day. It started with coffee and doughnuts on the piazza at 7 am. This was super fun and also beautiful because it was the golden hour of the morning. We enjoyed some Krispy Kreme ‘nuts whilst I explained the glory of the hot light to those who […]

22 May 19
Deadline

The 2018-19 TV season is history, so here’s our annual list of summer premiere dates for new series and new seasons of returning shows. It covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming series bowing from mid-May through August in various dayparts. Please send any additions or adjustments to erik@deadline.com. We’ll update the post regularly as […]

18 May 19
fredheldsmail

Authors note: At over six thousand words what follows is the compilation of separate blog posts written by me several years ago. Recently submitted for major publication. It’s a Batesville inspired tale of actual folks debating picnic prowess and strategy on a chilly December evening over beer and music. One of them is me. Although […]

14 May 19
Arcynewsy

The world is flat. We never landed on the moon. Avril Lavigne died in 2003 and was replaced by a clone. The NBA Draft lottery is rigged. These are some of the incontrovertible truths about our world, yet people continue to try to deny them. Each year the league consults with the dismal Illuminati specters […]

09 May 19
Kata Nida

CHAPTER 1 ARE YOU GONNA GO MY WAY? Piper is in the International baggage claim of Brussels airports waiting to claim her luggage (and her sprouts). It’s 1993, she is twenty four, and she’s nervous that someone is going to catch her smuggling ten grand of undeclared drug money into the country. For the record, […]

05 May 19
JAZZ LIVES

More of the good stuff, Jimmie Noone’s Apex Club Orchestra-style, by the Chicago Cellar Boys: Andy Schumm, clarinet, cornet, and tenor saxophone; John Otto, alto saxophone and clarinet; Paul Asaro, piano and vocal; Dave Bock, tuba; Johnny Donatowicz, banjo and guitar . . . recorded at the delightful one-day jazz extravaganza put on by the […]

05 May 19
Boston Herald
CHESTER, Pa. — Here on what they called “Star Wars Night,” the Fourth definitely wasn’t with the Revolution, who fell apart in the second half in 6-1 embarrassment to the host Philadelphia Union. And you didn’t need the stewards examining the replay for evidence to see why, as the MLS East-leading Union matched a franchise record for goals in a game. Crippled by injuries and suspensions to two key defenders resulting from red cards, the Revs spent much of the night in retreat while the Eastern Division leaders kept storming the offensive end, leaving goalkeeper Cody Cropper at their mercy. The Union showed him none, breaking a 1-1 halftime tie on Ilsinho’s goal in the 47th minute, then really went to work. By the time it was finally over the Union had erupted for four more goals, which left Revolution coach Brad Freidel no choice but to immediately address his team when the carnage was over. “Normally I do not speak win-lose or draw after a game,” said Friedel, whose club got the equalizer from Juan Fernando Caicedo in the 35th minute and actually had the better of play through much of the first half  “because in my experience that’s when emotion is running at the highest peak. “However the message is simple.  ‘We stay together. We stick together.  It doesn’t matter what anybody says or thinks. “’It’s up to us to right the ship.” His players were at a loss to explain why the ship went down so quickly once Philadelphia’s Ilsinho converted a slick give-and-go in the 47th minute to make it 2-1.  The Union’s Sergio Santos then came off the bench to score twice in a five-minute span—and the rout was on. “Honestly I can’t really tell you what happened,” said shell-shocked veteran midfielder Scott Caldwell, as the 2-7-2 Revs suffered its worst loss since a 6-1 drubbing against Orlando City in Sept. 2017. “They got the second goal pretty early and then the third. Then we just kind of crumbled. It’s frustrating, because we were the better team in the first half and should’ve been up. But it didn’t happen that way. “That second half was just not us  We’re just annoyed and frustrated—all the boys are.” The  Revolution, which remains in the East cellar won’t have much time to lick its wounds before heading to Chicago Wednesday to complete a three-game road trip that started with a 4-4 tie in Kansas City. “Anyone who watched the game in the first half and turned it off I don’t think they would’ve believed what happened,” said Friedel. “But I think the best thing at this moment in time is we have to look forward and get three points in Chicago.” Because looking back would be well … revolting.
30 Apr 19
FruityGranulizer

C39 Syndicate – A Composition by Tha Zookeepa My synthesizer, my city, beer, my friendships, the production elements I utilized, depression, my artistic influences, as well as the time era itself, all played a role in creating a period piece to carry perpetual meaning. It’s not important. But it’s important to me. The lyrics cannot […]

26 Apr 19
Broadtube Music Network

Broadtube Music – Film/TV Music Departments, Music Licensing Companies, Music Publishing Companies, and Music Placement Companies. 1Revolution Music 1000TRACKS.COM 123RF 22D Music Group 23rd Precinct Music 3 Ring Circus Music 300 Monks 35 Sound 37 Adventures 4 Elements Music 411 Music Group 44 Blue Productions 5 Alarm Music 7 Out-Music 740 Sound A & G […]