Monthly Archives: October 2008

Clubbing at the FroPo

Clubbing is a big deal in downtown Springfield. It’s been going on all around us, and we’re finally giving in. We fought so hard for so long, but finally figured, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. The result: you … Continue reading

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Two Write-ups for Rock the Vote

Just wanted to point out to everybody the two write-ups we got for Rock the Vote that came out yesterday. GO Magazine did a pretty flattering job pushing RTV in its “Election Survival Guide“, despite the fact that I’m not … Continue reading

Posted in front porch, media, music

Rock the Vote Tickets now Online!

Click the button below to buy tickets online for $13.00 (plus $1.00 shipping & handling) through Paypal.

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An Exciting Thing and a Boring Thing

Here’s a quickie to give everybody a few bits of news… 1. Rock the Vote tickets went on sale TODAY! We’ve got 24 bands lined up, and the tickets are only $13 in advance ($15 at the door). Take the … Continue reading

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The Prism

Here’s another thought about what we can learn from the Jewish Festivals, which just happens to be the topic of my current message series. If you were there last Sunday, or if you get my newsletter, this will not sound … Continue reading

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The Google Era

I’ve found a new and better name for the Post-Modern Age: The Google Era. At least for the time being. It seems we’re getting pretty familiar, as a society, with technology changing the way we do things, and the way … Continue reading

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