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Category Archives: January 2004

Celia’s Mexican Restaurant

CELIA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT. 1 Vivian Way, San Rafael. And others throughout the Bay Area, including: Berkeley, two locations in San Mateo, San Bruno, Santa Rosa, San Francisco, Palo Alto, Lafayette, … Continue reading

January 1, 2004 · 2 Comments

Spotlight On Eric Andersen

1ST SET. The Mighty Mike Schermer Band. Fine Dog Records. I first heard Mike Schermer late last year, when he played along side vocalist Shana Morrison at a show in … Continue reading

January 1, 2004 · 1 Comment

Sick of Being Me

SICK OF BEING ME. Sean Egan. Askill Publishing. Drugs and Rock and Roll stories are nothing new in the world of publishing. Every year, we seem to see four or … Continue reading

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The Continuum Publishing Group

The Continuum International Publishing Group, headquartered in London with satellite offices in Bristol and Poole in the UK and in New York, Harrisburg and Denver in the United States, is … Continue reading

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Wild Veils: An Interview With Shana Morrison

“And this voice (that) came spilling from beyond (wild) veils are blowing (blood) and God (in) thick musty clots (this voice) spilling over the misty cliffs at dawn (roared) out the … Continue reading

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