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Ways to stay busy while social distancing Write in your journal or start a blog Catch up on TV shows Learn a new language Read a book (or three) Take a walk (fresh air is allowed) Organize Create a collage Listen to music Gather clothes to donate Face-time family & friends Take time to reflect…read more »

Paw’s Pet of the Week

Paw’s Pet of the Week

  Paw’s Pet of the Week, Precious! Precious is a gorgeous white and gray female domestic short hair cat. and she has beautiful amber eyes. She was owner surrendered because her family could no longer take care of her. They asked PAWS to take her, and now this lovely lady is looking far and wide…read more »

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Red Cross

Donate The Red Cross wants you to donate blood to those in need. Local blood drives give you a great opportunity to give blood and help others! Visit www.redcross.org for more details on how you can become a donor.  read more »

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MOTLEY CRUE / DEF LEPPARD / POISON / JOAN JETT FINALLY POSTPONE ‘THE STADIUM’ TOUR

It was a long time coming, but the heavily promoted 30-date “Stadium Tour” featuring the reunited Mötley Crüe, Def Leppard, Poison, and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts has FINALLY been postponed. Lagging behind nearly every artist that has iced its summer dates, the bands issued a statement yesterday (June 1st), explaining the trek has been…

PAUL McCARTNEY POSTS ‘PARTY’-BASED SPOTIFY PLAYLIST

Paul McCartney has just posted a new 12-song Spotify playlist on his official PaulMcCartney.com site. Every month McCartney posts a new tracklisting with a specific theme — with June spotlighting some of his favorite “party” songs in celebration of his 78th birthday on June 18th. One of the highlights on the set is “Macca’s” 1973…

THE WHO’S 1967 ‘MONTEREY POP’ APPEARANCE SET FOR VINYL RELEASE

Coming to vinyl on October 24th is a special Record Store Day release by the Who. The Who – A Quick Live One is not being released by the band, but by the Monterey International Pop Festival Foundation label, which has also been behind issuing Otis Redding’s groundbreaking set from the festival. The Who’s setlist…

LEGENDARY ROCK PHOTOGRAPHER BOB GRUEN ANNOUNCES MEMOIRS

Bob Gruen, perhaps New York City’s most iconic and important photographer, will release his long-awaited memoir, Right Place, Right Time: The Life Of A Rock & Roll Photographer on October 20th via Abrams Press. Gruen’s work has spanned the past 50 years and captured such iconic heroes as John Lennon, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan,…

FLASHBACK: PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS TOP ALBUM AND SINGLES CHARTS

It was 47 years ago this week (beginning on June 2nd, 1973) that Paul McCartney & Wings topped the Billboard singles and album charts with their single “My Love” and their album Red Rose Speedway. McCartney had formed Wings in 1971 with wife Linda, drummer Denny Seiwell, and guitarist Denny Laine, but the band did…

FLASHBACK: DION & THE BELMONTS REUNITE AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

It was 48 years ago tonight (June 2nd, 1972) that Dion & The Belmonts reunited at New York City’s Madison Square Garden at an oldies show sponsored by local radio station WCBS-FM. Despite Dion DiMucci and the group briefly reuniting in 1967 for an ill-fated studio album, called Together Again, the Garden show was Dion’s…

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ROLLING STONES DRUMMER CHARLIE WATTS!!!

Happy Birthday to the Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts, who turns 79 today (June 2nd)!!! Watts is the second-oldest Stone; co-founding bassist Bill Wyman is 83, Mick Jagger will turn 77 next month, Keith Richards is 76, and Ron Wood turned 73 yesterday (June 1st). In April 2017, Watts released his latest big band album,…

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