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Posts made in June, 2009

The Mummies! Live!

Posted by on Jun 18, 2009 in Music | 0 comments

The Mummies!  Live!

Singing while balancing a Farfisa on your head helps dull those sharp notes. I’ll fess up right off the bat.  When the three New York-area shows for The Mummies were announced I was one of those jerks who bought tickets for all three and cleared those days for vacation at work.  The boys were playing an early and a late show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken on a Tuesday night and then one show at Southpaw in Brooklyn the next night.  I was going to need the rest.  I mean, hell, even...

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On the Road Again!

Posted by on Jun 11, 2009 in Asian American, Ed, Writing | 2 comments

On the Road Again!

No, not here, though I wish! Hey, all, I want to let you know about an event coming up this Sunday. Bad news: it’s not in New York City. Good news: it takes place in Paramus, New Jersey! More good news: I’ll be on a panel with the beautiful Wendy Lee and equally beautiful Sung Woo. Sunday June 14, 2009, 1:30 PM – 2:00 PM Books NJ 2009 Panel Discussion – The Immigrant Experience (yeah, bay-bee!) featuring Wendy Lee, Ed Lin, Sung J. Woo. Paramus Public Library 116 East...

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I’m 40 and I Saw Grant Hart Play

Posted by on Jun 2, 2009 in Asian American, Ed, Music, Writing | 3 comments

I’m 40 and I Saw Grant Hart Play

Grant Hart, a one-man band who knows how to wage psychic warfare. Well a whole bunch of things have happened lately that I haven’t been blogging about. I’ve seen The Vaselines twice again when they came through Manhattan and Brooklyn in mid-May.  I didn’t bother write about the shows because they have been so extensively covered I didn’t know what else I could add to it and also I wrote about their two shows in the New York City area a year ago. I’ve also got...

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