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I Know You Writer | Greg Anton & Dennis McNally

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Wed, 12/03/2014 - 4:59 pm

Mill Valley’s Sweetwater Music Hall is one of Marin County, California’s select venues that is keeping the classic bay area jam-rock community connected. Many recall that Marin County was where every member of Grateful Dead had migrated to by the early 1970s for much needed solitude and separation from their iconized significance as the rock titans of Haight/Ashbury.

The Rolling Stones on eBook | Review

Submitted by Sara Reifman on Sat, 09/01/2012 - 3:51 pm

In celebration of the Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary, the eBook People are publishing a 2-part, 2000-page electronic publication, providing the most thorough fans with the most thorough documentation of this iconic band’s dense history.  It is entitled The Rolling Stones: Views from the Inside, Views from the Outside; currently, the first part is available, and the second part will be released later in the fall.  Each part focuses on 25 years, with a chapter d

Bobby Long's Losing my Brotherhood: Dissipating Youth & Gaining Perspective

Submitted by Angela Gattuso on Tue, 06/05/2012 - 2:31 pm

There are those things they teach you in school about poetry, things like rhyme schemes and stresses and metrical feet. Things like sonnets and pastoral poetry and the epic. Regardless of all those rules and terms though, poetry can be one of the most free-form arts, allowing the writer to take on a poetic license, which is really to say that the author can do whatever he pleases.

Grateful Web Book Review | 'Ironman op zoek naar een nieuwe uitdaging'

Submitted by kelly on Mon, 05/23/2005 - 8:18 pm

Marc Herremans, also known as Mad Max, is born on December 19 in 1973 in Merksem, Belgium-Flanders. He is a well-known triathlon athlete, who unfortunately became disabled after a dramatic fall during one of his training sessions in Lanzarote 2002. More information about Marc can be found on following website: http://www.marcherremans.be.  Don't forget to put on the sound when visiting this site.

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