Jay King

22 Apr 19
musictomyears

At the intersection of Abak Road and Udo Eduok Street in Uyo, capital city of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria is located the Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church, a pull out of the youthful elements of the Christ the King Cathedral on Barracks Road in January 1996, precisely on the Epiphany Sunday of that year. […]

22 Apr 19
Local Spins

Feedback 25 (with The Crane Wives and The Concussions at Founders Brewing), Casting Crowns, Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers, The Murlocs, Political Lizard, Mason Jennings, a Pathway to the Pasture band contest, the Spring ReggaeFest and more help fill out the week of concerts. And check out this week’s ticket giveaways for Talib Kweli and Twin Peaks, plus peruse the delightfully diverse Under-the-Radar Picks.

22 Apr 19
Bandcamp Daily

These highlights span the legendary Jamaican artist’s catalog, from seasoned reggae classics to techno-inspired oddities.

22 Apr 19
Bouchard Graccer

On Sunday morning, Rudy Giuliani, as he so reliably will, made news on cable news: Appearing on the CNN show State of the Union, the president’s lawyer-turned-surrogate told Jake Tapper that—despite the Mueller report having found insufficient evidence to conclude that the Trump campaign had colluded with a hostile power in the run-up to 2016—there’s […]

22 Apr 19
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the posts you might have missed during the last 8 days… a little later than usual as I have been taking advantage of the wonderful weather over Easter and have been away from the screen for most of each day. The two Easter parades have been great fun for me to put together […]

22 Apr 19
CollegeBasketballTalk

These are the guys that will change the shape of next season.

22 Apr 19

Hello everyone, Welcome back to another post! In my last post, I talked about turning thirty and saying goodbye to my twenties! I thought about writing a post about what being thirty feels like so far, but I think it’s best to write this post at the end of the year. To be fair, I’ve […]

22 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Photo: Shutterstock Early financial data was released in 2018. The expectation among banking consultants and those following the industry is very close to the numbers that will prove to be as strong as they have been in years . We are looking to see how to do it all over the market, and updating this […]

22 Apr 19
This Is A Good Sound

By Kevin Alan Lamb Sunshine in the forecast, spring, and summer on the mind. I couldn’t imagine a more appropriate first show in the Beer Garden than Mic Phelps & the Plug. When I learned it was time to start booking shows at Detroit Shipping Company, I poured over a seemingly infinite number of experiences […]

22 Apr 19
RDB Reviews

Genre: Anthology Created by Tim Miller Casts: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Topher Grace, Gary Cole, Samira Wiley and Stefan Kapičić. The Plots: A collection of animated short stories that span various genres including science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy. Pros: It’s is a amazing blend of science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy and they did all these things brilliantly. Cons: some […]

22 Apr 19
Will Read For Booze

Hello fellow boozie readers! Sam’s Update: It’s Magical Readathon!! Working hard to be a Metal Charmer. It’s also Tome Topple, so I’ve started my Tomes as well =). I spiraled a bit this week with my mental health, so I was struggling with reading. I did finish my first tome though! What Sam finished this week: […]

22 Apr 19
UPROXX

NJPW’s Sengoku Lord in Nagoya included big wins and beer-chugging for babyfaces and the start of an exciting angle for Jushin Thunder Liger.

22 Apr 19
The DC Jazz Collective

In January 2019, we were hosted by the prestigious Mahidol University College of Music in Bangkok during their 11th annual Thailand International Jazz Festival, part of our week-long stint in Bangkok for the “Sister Cities” jazz exchange project, funded by the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities.  This week is the second half of the […]

22 Apr 19
The South Cass Tribune

Dorothy Pearl Ayler Feb. 28, 1933 – April 1, 2019 Dorothy Pearl Cowan was born Feb. 28, 1933, just northeast of Garden City. As a child they moved to what she called home, a farm north of Latour. There, she attended school up to her sophomore year. During high school she played basketball, back when […]

22 Apr 19
TheDragon's Lair

Queen Marissa is born as Marissa Glundary, daughter of Jay and Kristin Glundary of Skye; a small village at the borders of Meggelan. Both Jay and Kristin are actors that appeared in several popular series. The most popular one, the one where both parents met as main characters, is called The Bent in the Flat […]

22 Apr 19
Ticket to Ride

Back in the days with only three television channels, Saturday mornings was the place for kids to find their programming. Granted there were cartoons on at other times, like after school, but Saturday was the goldmine. In the 1950’s, there were some wonderful cartoons, a few of which were created for film, but found new […]