Monthly Archives: March 2012

McKinty’s Cold Cold Ground

In 1981 Belfast, Sean Duffy is a rare endangered creature– a Catholic cop in Northern Ireland. He begins the novel mostly honest and motivated by a desire to battle the violence tearing his community apart. ¬†When I started The Cold … Continue reading

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Lucero’s Women and Work –Not Really a Review

Last summer, in 102 degree heat, I stood on black asphalt in front of a tiny stage surrounded by the Van’s Warped Tour’s over-abundance of screamo bands, listening to Ben Nichols and the boys play songs off of 1372 Overton … Continue reading

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Angus Mohr Mohr Mohr (reboot)

One more week till St. Paddy’s weekend and back to back Angus nights. Here’s a reboot of a post I wrote last fall about a Little Bear show. A three set show is a lot like a night of really … Continue reading

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