Christian Rock Music
Missed deadlines create confusion on rail project (Fairfax Times)
As federal deadlines approach for the Dulles rail project partners to submit their cost projections, tunnel advocates continue to push their agenda while state and federal officials cannot seem to band together to present a united front on the matter.
Nevada advocates save white, wild stallion that wandered too far (The Times-N...
DAYTON, Nev. - For about 15 years, wild horse advocates enjoyed the occasional visits of a majestic white stallion that wandered down from the mountains.
After-school activities facing the ax with budget cuts (Staten Island Advance)
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- More than a thousand Staten Island schoolchildren will lose crucial after-school activities at the end of this instructional year if the state does not make up a federal funding shortfall, youth advocates warned yesterday.
Sun Calendar (The Wheaton Sun)
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sun calendar (The Lisle Sun)
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Noise Pop: Blag, guts, and pussy (San Francisco Bay Guardian)
Love 'em or hate 'em, the Dwarves are as close to punk rock royalty as San Francisco is ever gonna have. They've been in the game since emigrating from Chi-town in the '80s, with nary a letup for soul-searching acoustic meandering or trips to rehab.
Jazz festival judges' true role teaching (South Bend Tribune)
SOUTH BEND -- Assembling the celebrity judges who will participate in the 49th annual Collegiate Jazz Festival is as much of an art as putting together a band.
SAN FRANCISCO / Record grant for homeless / U.S. funds marked for housing, tr...
San Francisco has received $19.7 million in federal funds to help fight homelessness -- the largest amount the city has ever been granted and almost double what it received five years ago. Mayor Gavin Newsom and President Bush's homelessness czar,...
'Second Line to a Second Life' cancer awareness event set for Donaldsonville ...
DONALDSONVILLE - While it is the Mardi Gras season, you won't have to go all the way to New Orleans to catch a "Second Line."
Noise Pop: Revisiting the Clinic (San Francisco Bay Guardian)
Liking a band for more than three albums is getting harder these days, as many fall apart by that point. Even when groups do make it, most stop being musically interesting or otherwise start sucking.
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