Archive | January 2004

Telling Stories With Song

by Jeremy Berg When I first heard “The Fire Next Time,” I was struck by its resemblance to a Johnny Cash tune. A month or so later I found out that its author, Al Kammen, had in fact deliberately written the song in the manner of the country giant. That, however, is about the only […]

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In Memorium: Marvin Hill, 1952-2003

by Mark Lawson Perhaps no other artist has been so closely identified with the Riverwest community as printmaker Marvin Hill. Marvin passed away on December 2 after a five-year battle with lymphoma. His graphics for Artwalk posters, T-shirts, and pins throughout the 1990s gave the event a highly recognizable style with a humorous, down-home character. […]

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MATC’s Gourmet 6

by Jackie Reid Dettloff Winter is hunker down time. Time to focus on indoor pleasures. Time to enjoy the pleasure of good eating. If you want to enjoy a first-rate meal for a bargain-rate price, I suggest you head to the downtown campus of MATC. On the sixth floor of the building at 1015 N. […]

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Greg Borowski’s First and Long: A black school, a white school and their season of dreams – Woodland Pattern 10th Annual Poetry Marathon Fundraiser – Literature of Ecological Vision – 1/30 Riverwest Currents Second Anniversary Bash @ Linneman’s – Durkin reviews A Nod to Bob, Frank Says Fuck It, Koala – El patron Santiago: cuentos […]

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