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After a week in which LAist sat on a panel, enjoyed immensely the panels of others, partied with our publisher, our co-conspirator from the north and the brand new baby of the family, caught Asobi Seksu with Neal Pollack, and ate ourselves into oblivion, it is finally time for us to head home.
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They suggest mapquest for directions but you know us, LAist likes Google Maps I have a recollection, probably faulty, of some TV character, dressed as a beatnikon a mid seventies sitcom reciting a beat poem. Def Gathering WRAD, a non-profit organization for the deaf and hard of hearing people and their families and friends, has started a new group called the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Professionals Happy Hour. Knight describes a Duchamp retrospective organized by Hopps as being seminal in Because of the lack of direction, an incomplete screenpl ay, and the enormous deadline pressure -- the producers reserved the July 17, date for the debut at The London Pavillion before the production was even finished -- Edelmann took on the long ordeal personally. The composition evokes timbres and harmonies of Asian music, as well as the music of Erik Satie: Tombstone apparently operated on a shoestring budget with pleasingly dinky synths, cheap album covers and no music videos -- but unlike many local New Orleans labels of the s, Tombstone seems to have been more fully committed to the compact disc format than most of their peers, forsaking the cassette for almost every artist.