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A Movie A Day #243: The Joe Louis Story (1953, directed by Robert Gordon)

Joe Louis, also known as the Brown Bomber, is generally agreed to have been one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time.  Despite the barriers put up by both poverty and racism, Louis held the world heavyweight championship from 1937 to 1949 and successfully defended his title in 26 fights (ranking him second to only Julio Cesar Chavez, who had 27 title defenses).   330 more words


Galaxy Quest Reboot Finds a Writer

Original plans to develop a TV series based on 1999’s Galaxy Quest were put on hold following the passing of Alan Rickman, who played Alexander Dane in the movie.Now,  119 more words


Show #51 - July 1977 part 2

 This week in 1977 featured both sides of the brilliant 2nd single by The Jam “All Around The World” released 15th July 1977 plus music from Little Bob Story, Robert Gordon, X-Ray Spex and the first Peel Sessions by The Cortinas & Generation X and more (first broadcast 18th July 2017)

Generation X

Music Single : Too Young To Live Too Fast To Die - Robert Gordon

Here’s a song to go with ‘CB and Riff City’ and 1537’s take on Fu Manchu.  It stays with the driving/road/car thing.  Robert Gordon is another favorite of CB’s.   108 more words

Knitting Factory Presents The 4th Annual Horton's Hayride

The 4th Annual Horton’s Hayride returns to Berth 46 at The Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, CA on Saturday, September 16.

Join your host, Reverend Horton Heat, for an action packed day of live music, a classic car & hot rod contest, the Southland’s best food trucks, full bars and shop at some of the South Bay’s best retail vendors. 64 more words


North Union magisterial district judge race too close to call

A three­way race for North Union magisterial district judge between a longtime police officer, attorney and correctional officer was too close to call Tuesday night. 375 more words

Election Results

Red Hot

Here’s some Robert Gordon and Link Wray for a Saturday morning…

The Way I Walk

You don’t hear a lot of rock ‘n’ roll these days, do you? 36 more words