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Using 980 vinyls Benga presents a teaser track for his upcoming album ‘Chapter 2′
November 8, 2011 by Leave a Comment
From indie electropop duo Syvia’s debut EP “Unloveable.”
October 15, 2011 by Leave a Comment
Was going to right this one up but as always Wes, Anthony, and Jeff made it so clear….crystal….
“The Oxnards are made of every kindergarden construction-paper fantasy, every shitty 8th grade garage-band, and every 18+ problem with (wo)men you’ve ever had. Though we may-or-may-not experience high-level emotions, we stick with the ones that stick with us. They’re dumb.”
if you want to listen to more….
September 28, 2011 by Leave a Comment
Of all the strangers, you’re the strangest that I’ve seen.
February 11, 2010 by Leave a Comment
Not to many people would now that 1oo years ago in Midtown, Cleveland the Rainey Institute was founded by a pioneering social worker, Anna Edwards, and a philanthropist, Eleanor B. Rainey.
At the time Mrs Rainey was deeply impressed by the work being accomplished, and decided to finance Miss Edwards’ program, and pay for the construction of a building to house its operations. This building near the intersection of East 55th Street and Superior Avenue in Cleveland is still the home of what was named the Rainey Institute in her honor.
Rainey’s history spans the earliest years of the car, electricity, the telephone, two world wars, a depression and the wondrous advances of medicine and technology. Yet through all these changes, families are still drawn together by theatre arts, educational opportunities, friendships, and the joy of achievement.
Rainey Institute continues to celebrate the talents and strong character of Cleveland’s young people who use their outstanding abilities to provide quality artistic experiences for appreciative audiences.