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It’s Amazing! A Tale of Travels Part 5

Mar 13th, 2012 | By
A Bridge I suppose

ShareTweetOn the Tracks Again The train rides, aside from the gorgeous Americana out the window, have been generally quite dull. They’ve only been kept enjoyable by earbuds and my book of e. e. cummings. That is until the sun went down on the California Zephyr rolling overnight from Chicago to Denver, a long haul to
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It’s Amazing! A Tale of Travels Part 4

Mar 6th, 2012 | By
Millenium Park Bean

ShareTweetFit For a Layman The last two days have been altogether uneventful after my crazy nights in Memphis and New Orleans, but it’s been pretty nice to have an eye in the storm. It’s definitely given me time to get a little more introspective. Every other person that sees a guy packed to the gills,
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It’s Amazing! A Tale of Travels Part 3

Feb 28th, 2012 | By
Neon lights and traffic on Beale Street

ShareTweetSomehow, the City of New Orleans 8+ hour train ride felt even longer than the twenty hour trip to Nawlins. Maybe it’s that I slept half the first ride. Maybe it’s that I had been to New Orleans before, and didn’t have the anticipation I had for Memphis. Maybe it was instrumental music I chose
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It’s Amazing! A Tale of Travels Part 1

Feb 15th, 2012 | By
From Greensboro by Train

ShareTweet “If we don’t have it, you don’t need it” That was painted on a crumbling brick storefront downtown Villa Rica, Georgia. The paint was washed with decades, if not centuries of warm Georgia rain storms. It was passing that storefront along with the “Los Cowboys” mexican restaurant and the “Villa Rican” something or other,
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The Flatiron: Mat Masterson’s Farewell Show

Feb 10th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetI think I got into Friend House the summer of 2010. A friend (who has also left Greensboro for a bigger, ‘better’ city) had told me to check them out and try to get a show with them. That show never happened, but Friend House quickly became one of my favorite Greensboro bands. At the
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