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Isaac Bashevis Singer--"The Cafeteria" (New Yorker, December 28, 1968)

SOUNDTRACK: RHEOSTATICS-The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto, ON (November 08, 2001).

This is the final show for 2001 at the Rheostatics Live website.  This show is the second of eleven (11!) straight shows at The Horseshoe.  921 more words

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Top 5 1991 "Rain" References

Today’s post is a tip of the triple-sided hat to:

Deke & Andy for their ongoing celebrations of individual tracks, and
themesongsteve for his thematic posts… 152 more words

Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation (1988)

“I played Love Tara by Eric’s Trip* on the day that you were born.”
– The Tragically Hip, Put it Off

I quite enjoy putting this in my cassette player, it sounds like the future! 325 more words


Fully Completely

On Tuesday night I had the privilege of going to see The Tragically Hip perform in Kingston. Way back, when I was in ninth grade, we went on a trip for history class to the courthouse, to learn about the judicial system. 417 more words


The Tragically Hip in Kingston


  • Grace, Too. Fun fact: I once worked the line “the secret rules of engagement are hard to endorse when the appearance of conflict meets the appearance of force” into an exam answer.
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Photos: The Tragically Hip @ Scotiabank Centre

Photos by: Lindsay Duncan –

Iconic Canadian rockers The Tragically Hip, who released their twelfth album, Now for Plan A, on October 2nd, 2012 via Zoë Records/Universal Music Canada, performed at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax last night as part of their ongoing “Fully and Completely Tour”, which features the Kingston-based quintet playing their classic 1992 album of the same name in its entirety.  285 more words


Quebec City Summer Festival announces huge lineup: Foo Fighters and The Rolling Stones to headline

Festival d’été de Québec has announced the complete lineup for its 2015 event. Known in English as the Quebec City Summer Festival, the event runs 11 days between July 9th and 19th throughout venues in downtown Québec City. 93 more words