Category Archives: music

Grand movie palaces of Northern Michigan


Sources:  http://thebaytheatre.com/about-us/ http://www.boynechamber.com/news/details/boyne-theater-restoration-plans-unveiled http://www.frankfortgardentheater.com/the-theater/ https://www.stateandbijou.org/about/statetheatre https://www.stateandbijou.org/about/bijoubythebay https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bijou_by_the_Bay http://www.idealtheatre.com/index.php/about-us http://voguetheatremanistee.org/history https://www.friendsofthebroadway.org/about-us/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadway_Theatre_(Mount_Pleasant,_Michigan) http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/14104 http://www.centerstage.bz/scheduleticketinfo.html https://squareup.com/store/rialtograyling http://michiganoperahouses.com/maltz-opera-house-alpena-alpena-county/ http://www.waterwinterwonderland.com/movietheaters.aspx?id=814&type=5 https://www.facebook.com/pg/LakeTheatreOscoda/about/?ref=page_internal http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/1558 http://www.elkrapidscinema.com/history.html http://www.rogerscitytheater.com/community-theatre/about-the-theater/ Advertisements

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4/5th’s of Fleetwood Mac are infinitely better than most musicians


I bought the new album by Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie this week. You may wonder why I refer to 4/5th’s of Fleetwood Mac if the album is by only two members? Well, because, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie provide … Continue reading

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States/Provinces with the most carousels


The list below identifies the states and provinces with the most carousels based on the census compiled by the National Carousel Association. The alternating non-bold/bold listing of states and provinces is done to make it easier to read the names.  … Continue reading

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Comeback music artist of the year – Land of Talk


With the exception of our friends in Canada and indie music fans like myself, I doubt many of you reading this post will recognize the name Land of Talk. Well, that is unfortunate, because you missed out on hearing great … Continue reading

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Radiohead’s triumphant tour de force


I was going to write a review of Radiohead’s stunning new album entitled A Moon Shaped Pool. But, after reading the review by Chris Gerard on PopMatters, I realized there was no possible way to say it any better.  Here … Continue reading

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“Hitch” is a Formidable Joyride


Anyone who has read Panethos for an extended period of time probably has figured out that I love rock music, particularly alternative rock and indie rock. Call me a creature of habit, but ever since my first Beatles, Monkees, and … Continue reading

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Lessons from Boston’s Irish Heritage Trail


Many of us are familiar with Boston’s Freedom Trail – a walking tour that takes one to famous sights ranging from Paul Revere’s home to the Old North Church to the Boston Massacre site to Bunker Hill. Virtually anyone growing … Continue reading

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