Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Letters on Renovation and Music; Lubber Run Sched.

Happy Fourth--Update on Thursday
Hey everyone, have a great Independence Day; eat a bratwurst for me. So you know, I've got the links to my other posts working much, much better (it was actually an easy fix). If you click, though, you might find that you might still have to scroll down to find the story within that post that you're looking for. But now, you get one day, one post, not all the posts from May, for instance. I hope it helps.

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Letters to the Editor: Rocknoceros and Pershing/Glebe Renovation

Hello,

My mom (Kathryn Scruggs) forwarded me your blog about kids music--you MUST check out local favorite Rocknoceros.

They play during the day at Jammin Java [in Vienna] (Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.) and often have gigs at our own fine Cinema ‘n’ Drafthouse.

Their new CD is called "Dark Side of the Moonbounce"!


--Jane Scruggs

From Steve:

10:30 a.m. weekdays Jammin Java runs kids shows, fyi. Mondays has even more shows; call their info line for more: 703-255-1566.

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Hello Steve,

Do you know anything about the alleged remodeling that is supposed to take place
in the Buckingham area? Reportedly per county representative, they were going to
begin working on roads, parking lots, lighting, etc. in the spring. It is now
summer and nothing has happened yet. Thank you in advance for your forthcoming
response.

--Pat Flanagan

From Steve:

Pat sent another email writing that she did a little reporting on her own to find out that the intersection on N. Pershing Drive and N. Glebe Road is still in the works. She wrote: “Since I received the good news this morning, I am once again hopeful and plan to wait patiently and look forward to the anticipated sound of jack hammers, which I believe will be a welcome sound to my ears.”

For more on this, check out the two posts below.

  • May 23: "This Should Be the Summer of a New Glebe and Pershing Intersection" (this is the first story after the headlines)
  • June 6: "No Public Discussion on Art Removal: 'A Slap in the Face.'" (Scroll down after you click; this is the second story on that day's post.)

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    This Weekend at Lubber Run Amphitheatre
    Friday, July 6
    8:15 p.m. The Art of Belly Dancing: Demo & Lesson
    8:30 p.m. Film: “The Awful Truth” (1938) with Cary Grant and Irene Dunne

    Saturday, July 7
    8:00 p.m. “Texas Chainsaw Horns,” Five Funky Horns & an Attitude

    Sunday, July 8
    8:00 p.m. Piedmont Blues Celebration, featuring “Piedmont Blues,” a quartet.



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