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80s Encore with The IPC & TMI: That’s Right. We Bad for Stir Crazy (Part 2)

Part 2 by Eric from The IPC

Our story goes . . . one particularly uneventful Saturday evening, on a particularly starry night, in the early weeks of 1981, two boys, having never met, watch the same episode of BBC’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. 1,381 more words

80s Encore

Song of the Day, April 29: Poor Wayfaring Stranger by Eliza Carthy and Norma Waterson

Today’s song is The Wayfaring Stranger. It’s a gospel-tinged American folk song dating to the early 19th Century. The narrator is a troubled soul, doing her best to get by in a world of troubles and looking forward to peace in the end. 246 more words

Song Of The Day

The Magic of Spring Program

Here is the song list for “The Magic of Spring: An Earth Day Cabaret”  Please see below for other details about the event.  I hope you can join in our celebration. 106 more words

Chicagoland Cabaret

April 14th in Gennett History, 1995: Burl Ives Passed Away

April 14th in Gennett History, 1995: Burl Ives passed away. Didn’t know that Burl Ives had a Gennett connection? On 7/23/1929, Ives auditioned for Gennett and recorded “Behind The Clouds” in Richmond. 37 more words



The very first record I ever owned was Under the Lollipop Tree by Burl Ives. Don’t judge me; it was a smash hit for second graders. 337 more words


Ann's Corner

I was just at another blog, trying to describe my own blog for a post there, and suddenly I remembered how I thought of the name, Ann’s Corner. 232 more words


Children's Music

I’m dating myself. . . . I love to listen to children’s CDs from the 90s or earlier.  Babysitting toddlers has given me the excuse… 320 more words

Just Life