Sleepy Friday

10 Feb

I am sleepy and don’t have many things to say this morning, so I’ll share with you a picture and a re-post.

This has been making its way around facebook, and has made me laugh.  Other cities with tunnels have to have the same brake-slamming problem we do….right??

Now for the blog sharing part–  Eleventh Stack– Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s Blog– had a great post today on folk music that is available both in the library and online, including a full collection of Alan Lomax recordings available online.  Admittedly, I had never heard of Alan Lomax until earlier this week, when WYEP had a little blurb about him in the morning, because the theme for the Daily Feedback were songs that incorporated much older music (for example, Moby used a lot of Alan Lomax recordings on one of his records…I think it was Play.)  The Eleventh Stack entry came exactly at the right time, and now I’m excited to check out that online collection of recordings.

Also, I am very jealous of everyone attending After Hours at the Carnegie Library tonight!  Word on the street is that it’s sold out, and that it’s going to be a fantastic event.  I’m not able to make it, but can’t wait until they host another one! 

Happy Weekend everyone!

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2 Responses to “Sleepy Friday”

  1. eleventh stack February 10, 2012 at 9:30 am #

    We’re really glad you liked today’s post – thanks for mentioning it! The next AfterHours event is on Friday, May 18th – if you want advance notice of when tickets go on sale, there’s a link to sign-up for e-mail here.

    Leigh Anne
    for the Eleventh Stack crew

    • beezuskiddo February 10, 2012 at 9:32 am #

      Thanks, Leigh Anne! I’ll sign up for the email, can’t wait until the next event 🙂

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