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Matt Sheehy, "About Piano," from Tigerphobia (Revolve)


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I realize I've already post two Cuts of the Day from Matt Sheehy's Tigerphobia ("Lunatics" and    More
 
Wednesday, June 4, 2008 by Amy Mccullough

Here Comes Your Fan: The Housewife’s Choice


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Tom Jones turns 68 years old this Saturday. Yet, last Thursday at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, women of all ages threw panties at him, squealed with twitterpation and smiled at his every word. Even I, a somewhat peripheral fan, wore a backless dress and pair of undies I thought both sexy and disposable—i...   More
 
Wednesday, June 4, 2008 by Amy Mccullough

The Housewife’s Choice

Six reasons why ladies love Sir Tom Jones.


Here Comes Your Fan
Tom Jones turns 68 years old this Saturday. Yet, last Thursday at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, women of all ages threw panties at him, squealed with twitterpation and smiled at his every word. E ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 4, 2008 Amy Mccullough

How I Spent My Sasquatch! '08 Vacation


Music
As this clever li'l blog by OPBmusic's Jeremy Petersen pointed out, Sasquatch! is not for the shallow of pocket (read Jay Horton's somewhat, ah, looser accounting    More
 
Thursday, May 29, 2008 by Amy Mccullough

Here Comes Your Fan: Just Like Heaven


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At the end of the South Park episode where the Cure's Robert Smith defeats a giant, monstrous Barbra Streisand—she plays “Mecha-Streisand” to his “Smithra” in a battle of Godzillian proportions—Kyle yells, “Disintegration is the best albu...   More
 
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 by Amy Mccullough

Just Like Heaven

Three days of rock boil down to one old fave.


Here Comes Your Fan
At the end of the South Park episode where the Cure’s Robert Smith defeats a giant, monstrous Barbra Streisand—she plays “Mecha-Streisand” to his “Smithra” in a bat ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 Amy Mccullough

LEAK: The Old Believers, "Betcher Ass" from Eight Golden Greats (Fine/Romantic)


Music
For forthcoming release Eight Golden Greats (out July 10), the Old Believers have gone classic—way classic. The whole record is cast in a wholesome, burnished Pleasantville haze, recalling '50s picket-fence domesticity, Sunday morning AM radio pop and Nashville country crooners all at...   More
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 by Amy Mccullough

Drink 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
As many a downstairs musical guest has observed, the Doug Fir’s pseudo-rustic décor recalls that most weird of Northwestern soap operas, Twin Peaks—see the log cabin motif, duck wallpaper, bar-overseeing glass buck head and antlers aplenty if you’ve any doubts. The mirror-li   More
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 Amy Mccullough

Drink 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Just when you think you know a neighborhood bar like the back of your hand, it goes and gets nautical! At least that’s the case with Wimpy’s, one of Nob Hill’s last bastions of divey goodness. On a recent visit, the dark and smoky joint’s devilish decor was found newly adorne   More
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 Amy Mccullough

Drink 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
You’d think the weirdest thing about the VC’s new digs would be the fact that they're, well, new. The hardwood floor is gleaming; the burgundy-and-cream velour wallpaper is pristine. But by far the most unsettling thing about this downtown favorite—which, thankfully, brought most o   More
 
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 Amy Mccullough
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