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Aesthetic Treasury

Youngstown Rocks the Arts Fest

Posted by on July 16, 2008

SO MUCH STUFF packed into one tiny day! OMGeeez Come see 12 bands (including Geo C and Tha Storm and Realtime Digimob) and tons of artists! Read more and add a comment

Tis the Season for Construction

Posted by on July 6, 2008

Complaints and Conspiracies Read more and add a comment

PitchPorch Fest 1.0

Posted by on June 16, 2008

The Northside came alive with fun noises on a tuesday night. Porch performances included Da Kreek, Sum of All Your Fears and from Chicago: Lord of the Yum Yum. Goes to show that AWESOME *can* be free. Read more and add a comment

Get the hell outta the house!

Posted by on May 28, 2008

It’s gorgeous out there! At least, it was for about 6.4 hours this weekend, and wow was that a treat for a holiday weekend in Ohio. Now I know some of you aren’t really the outdoorsy types, but let me give you some pointers on getting some freshly made oxygen and Vitamin D around and about the Valley. Read more and add a comment

Free money!

Posted by on May 6, 2008

What will *you* do with your $600 of government funny-munny? Read more and add a comment

Adult swim. And play, and joke and (sometimes) work

Posted by on April 17, 2008

So you're now past the legal drinking age and there's nothing left to look forward to in life. ...Or is there? Read more and add a comment

THE END (of winter)

Posted by on March 21, 2008

Let me tell you why March is the foulest month of the year. Read more and add a comment


Posted by on March 12, 2008

From here on out, new blogations about local topics will be placed under the header term: WWYD. That is...*What Would You Defend?* Today I defend Art Youngstown. Not only the organization that holds this title but also the sum of local people, ideas, goals and aspirations it embodies whether or not they even know they are involved. Read more and add a comment

Salute to Cedars and Music

Posted by on March 2, 2008

When I first came to Youngstown, I was excited to have the opportunity of CHOICE when going out on the town. My teeny hometown had 2 “clubs” for people underage- one played country and cover bands and the other was a meat market dance floor reminiscent of your middle school gymnasium dances, but with much creepier prospects... Read more and add a comment

Loss of Tan

Posted by on February 12, 2008

As I have been recently reminded of the wonderful childhood era called the 80s, it occured to me while eating a bag of M&Ms yesterday that something was missing. Something I recalled from days long past, just out of the edge of memory. And then it hit... “What happened to the tan M&Ms?” Read more and add a comment


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