Arts & Entertainment

Sol Horizon’s Benefit for “Composting the Empire”

Posted June 7, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

“Sol Horizon rocks!”, proclaimed Craig Litwin, Sebastopol City Supervisor, and former Mayor. “I love this band, and my younger brother!” His brother is of course, Michael Litwin, the lead singer of Sebastopol’s homegrown Sol Horizon. At a recent benefit with
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“Troy”, A Film Review by “BB”

Posted May 18, 2004 by

While watching “Troy”, the new movie/historical drama, I couldn’t help thinking to our current war situation. As the movie is set before the Christian era, in theory, one would like to think that since then the human mindset has evolved.
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Angelique Kidjo’s ‘OYAYA!’

Posted May 10, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

I first heard Angelique Kidjo during one of my visits to Montreal’s annual Festival d’Afrique. Here musicians from Africa, the Carribean, and the Americas, converge and for one week, every style imaginable, from Techno to Morroco can be heard. Kidjo,
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La Pena Presents Talented Guitarist Alfredo Muro in Concert

Posted May 6, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

Peruvian guitar virtuoso Alfredo Muro is an elegant interpreter whose style ranges from traditional music, Latin jazz, Spanish, classical to the intricate styles of chore, samba, bossa and Afro-Brazilian sambas. From Bach, Villa-Lobos and Barrios to Jobim, Baden Powell and
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Smell Of The Kill Is Not ‘Kill Bill’

Posted April 30, 2004 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

“Kill Bill 2” has subtle nuances throughout its wonderful story line. No need to shout at each other – sometimes just a look is enough to put your point across. Of course Kill Bill 2 is a film – and
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Red Pocket’s CD Release Show

Posted April 30, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

Imagine my surprise while shopping at Trader Joe’s in Emeryville this week, I overheard a young woman talking about the new Red Pocket CD! (I had just listened to them for the first time the other day!) Turns out it
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