photo by Rakka
An entry for the Edible Book Festival.
Friday, March 31, 2006
Monday, March 27, 2006
Saturday, March 25, 2006
Friday, March 24, 2006
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Many of you know that for the past five years Tarantula Hill has been the home of Carly Ptak and Twig Harper, the venue which has hosted dozens of the best shows this town has seen, a recording studio, and the homebase of the HereSee Record Label. It was central to the lives of many Baltimorians, and Harper and Ptak had become two of the most important cultural workers in our city.
Friday afternoon, there was a fire on the first floor on Tarantula Hill. Harper and Ptak were in New York at the No Fun Fest. When they returned on Sunday, they found that their cats were dead, a great deal of their artwork equipment and archives were lost, and their house was severly damaged by smoke, heat and water. We are forwarding below the announcement they made about the whole situation.
This store is begining a series of shows to benefit Twig and Carly. Anyone who wants to play on any night OTHER THAN a Friday night over the next month and is willing to promote their show and donate all of the proceeds to Twig and Carly is welcome. Please contact me at email@example.com with a date you want to play. Our hope is to raise as much money as possible through sustained energy release through the city.
As of now, the 100% of the sales of all HereSee releases at the True Vine will go to Harper and Ptak.
THURSDAY March 23, 9PM
Andy Hayleck and Bonnie Jones
and many more
TUESDAY March 28, 9PM
Saturday, March 18, 2006
Sure, Rose seems like a nice enough lady. What could be evil about a woman who bakes cookies and cakes all day?
But then you realize that you've become completely addicted to her sweet concoctions. And then it hits you in the gut - she's enslaved the whole Avenue!
Tomorrow the world.
Friday, March 17, 2006
There are many exciting developments on the Avenue lately. A bevy of new stores!
Kiss & Make Up just opened. They carry beauty supplies for men and women, including the somewhat hard to find and truly excellent Yu-be!
I don't have a lot of info on this next venture, but who wouldn't be all over a noodle stand in Hampden?
Thursday, March 16, 2006
If you ever rent Comedians of Comedy (seems to be a netflix exclusive) you'll see them going to comic book shops on their tour. In the bonus features on the DVD you'll see clips of when Oswalt and Galifianakis were in Baltimore, and some shots of Frazier's when we had them stop by for our 3rd Anniversary show (very brief scenes). God, comedians are funny! It was a great show.
We are not a comic book shop. All you have to do is go to a real one and realize that. Oswalt wanted to stop by our store after the show to pick up the comics he missed that week, but Benn had to tell him that we didn't have those kinds of comics. He looked a little confused but continued on with his night, drinking his funny juice.
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
Tuesday, March 14, 2006
Monday, March 13, 2006
Now is the time to think about using some pedal power.
Perhaps you'll find that "Lost" isn't worth biking 2 hours for...you know, you can always read a good book.
Saturday, March 11, 2006
Friday, March 10, 2006
When you hear about a comic or a book being made into a movie, do you die a little? Is it just me? Do you really need your stuff made into a movie for validation? Is that the progression of self expression these days? Comic then book then movie? Then retail outlet/theme resturant?
Now, a tv show on the other hand, now that I can get into.
Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Ride for the Feast is their annual bike ride event, where this year our friends, Team Atomic, will ride 140 MILES because they are insane. I mean, it's for a good cause.
Also, please join us April 13th when we'll have bike guru Sam Tracy here for his latest book Bicycle! And from now until the Ride, we'll donate a portion of our profits of the book to Moveable Feast.