Author Archives: Liz Jordan

RECORD STORE DAY: More Releases Announced


The folks behind Record Store Day have announced their full lineup of releases. Here are some highlights from the massive list due out on April 18th: Bruce Springsteen – The remastered versions of his first seven albums — available in a box set last fall — will be issued individually on vinyl. The Animals – The Animals No. 2 EP ... Read More »

Record Store Day Special Releases


Robert Plant is one of a group of artists who unveiled Record Store Day release plans . He’ll offer previously unreleased live material on vinyl for the April 18th promotion. Plant’s More Roar, a three-track, 10-inch EP on Black Vinyl, will contain versions of “Turn It Up”/”Arbaden” and “Poor Howard” as well as a medley based around Led Zeppelin‘s “Whole Lotta ... Read More »


At The Movies

NEW ON DVD- Released April 14: • The Babadook • Big Eyes • The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death • Little House on the Prairie: Season 5 • What’s Happening: The Complete Series   TOP FIVE MOVIES AT THE BOX OFFICE LAST WEEKEND 4/10: 1.  FURIOUS 7 2.  HOME 3.  THE LONGEST RIDE 4.  GET HARD 5.  CINDERELLA ... Read More »

40 Years Ago: ‘Toys in the Attic’ Makes Aerosmith Legends


Aerosmith got off to a solid start with their debut album and avoided the sophomore jinx with their second. With their third, 1975′s Toys in the Attic, they truly took off. Released in April 1975, Toys in the Attic found the group working to maintain its rock audience while making another bid for the crossover success that, to that point, ... Read More »


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Are you Gluten Free? CAN’T STOMACH Gluten in your works of art? Here’s a Museum for you. Enjoy! GLUTEN FREE MUSEUM d’après Johannes Vermeer  d’après Jeff Koons  d’après Salvador Dalí  d’après Anna Ancher  d’après Grant Wood  d’après Matt Groening  d’après Robert Doisneau  d’après Caravaggio  d’après Guinness  d’après Andy Warhol  d’après Sennedjem  d’après Giuseppe Arcimboldo  d’après Razzia  d’après Martin Parr  d’après ... Read More »

Opening Night Bladder buster….

St Louis Cardinals v Chicago Cubs

Usually the ladies lines at events are the worst!!! But the fans that attended the Cubs opener had to really test their bladder control. The Chicago Cubs weren’t the biggest mess at Wrigley Field last night. The real mess was off the field at the iconic ball park where fans were forced to endure a severe shortage of available restrooms. ... Read More »

Security Please….


D-BACKS GET NEW SECURITY MEASURES / WALK THROUGH METAL DETECTION AT CHASE FIELD IN 2015   The D-backs, along with all 30 Major League Baseball clubs, will require fans to walk through metal detection before entering Chase Field. Fans will be required to follow this procedure at D-backs exhibition games beginning this Friday, April 3 and Saturday, April 4. (Got 2 minutes ... Read More »

April Is…..


Month: National Humor Month International Guitar Month Keep America Beautiful Month Lawn and Garden Month National Poetry Month National Pecan Month National Welding Month Records and Information Management Month Stress Awareness Month Sexual Assault Awareness Month Weekly Celebrations: Week 1 Library Week Week 1 Read a Road Map Week. Week 2 Garden Week Week 3 Organize Your Files Week Week ... Read More »

Former Toto Bassist Mike Porcaro Dies


Mike Porcaro, who played bass for Toto between 1982 and 2007, died in bed early on Sunday at age 59. He’d left the band when he began to experience numbness in his fingers. Three years later, he was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Mike was the middle brother of Toto’s three Porcaros. His older brother Jeff, ... Read More »