The Weekly Town Crier

March 22, 2013 at 11:02 am

65025Well hello there. How are you? Oh, me? I’m OK, thanks. I’m really enjoying this symbiotic relationship that we’ve developed. I hope you like it too. Welcome to the Weekly Town Crier, where I pass along links that I’ve found interesting in one way or another throughout the week and I pass them along to you. Some of them will interest you more than others and that’s OK. I’m OK. You’re OK. We’re all OK. Now, browse, OK?!

Be my Facebook friend. It’s not real until it’s on Facebook.

Follow my Twitterings.

Browse the music I’ve been listening to.

Stay tuned to the Habañero Collective events page for house show upcomings or check out out new concert-only website, Habañero Shows.

Take a Tumbl with me.

Read as the New York Times considers how beer gave us civilization.

Read as the New York Times considers living with less: “A Lot Less.”

Read “Relevant’s” piece on Marcus Mumford, of Mumford and Sons,It’s OK To Call Yourself A Christian.”

Read “How We Made It: Greg Koch and Steve Wagner,” from the founders of Stone Brewing.

Read about how to build your own amplifying dock for your i-Thingy.

Read about great growth for the U.S. craft beer market.

Read Bobby Gilles’ piece “Why Indie Bands & Singer-Songwriters Can’t Ignore Business & Marketing.”

Read CNet‘s piece “Five big tech stories to watch for in 2013.”

R.I.P. Jason Molina of Magnolia Electric Co. and Songs: Ohia.

Read IFC’s piece: “Sam Raimi’s producer reveals “Evil Dead 4” is actually “Army of Darkness 2.”

Read about Rob Bell openly endorsing “marriage equality.”

Read about Jimmy Fallon replacing Jay Leno as host of The Tonight Show.

Browse as Paste chronicles the 25 best acts they caught at SXSW.

Listen to a rare rehearsal tape from The Smiths.

Browse the Phoenix New Times‘ list of the coolest AZ celebrities (not that that’s saying much).

Read about Michelle Shocked‘s anti-gay tirade and the ensuing backlash.

Read this piece about why the Calvary Chapel movement keeps producing Calvinists. What are your thoughts on this?

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