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The Critical Mass

Watkins says what we’re all thinking this holiday season It was clear during last Monday night’s Watkins & the Rapiers show at The Little Theater Café that something was up. While keeping its infamously loose, intra-band banter intact, the group seemed a little musically tighter, a little more focused, than usual. In fact, the show […]

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The Critical Mass

The World Doesn’t Owe You Anything With decisions come consequences. That was the theme running through my head while lying awake in bed at 3 a.m. Wednesday. The gray-matter residue from a couple of Tuesday night’s entertainments. It started at The Little theater with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. A murder mystery that doesn’t give […]

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Tchaikovsky’s Mouse King is pounding on the door Jed and I were sitting in Java’s at the Market on Saturday morning, gossiping about some of the local folk singers and ducking out of the way of the oncoming holiday season, and reaching the same conclusion. Thanksgiving is a far nobler holiday than Christmas. “Thanksgiving is […]

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