This has been online for a few days now, but in case you haven’t seen it: an hour-long interview with an all-star panel of women about Worcester’s punk scene. Cha-Cha Connor produced and moderates; I handled the tech side.
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make for the American pastime with an immigrant base that’s not American,” Jim Devaney mused. “That is ironic.”
For classical music devotees, Glenn Gould was a rock star.
It’s only cultures that, by accident or good management, bypassed the Renaissance which see art for the menace it really is.
Clark’s Cinema 320 series is showing Genius Within, a documentary about the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould, this weekend. It’s also on Netflix instant view, but really, half the fun of being a Gould fan is talking about his music and mania with others. If things work out, maybe I’ll see you there.
Thursday March 10, Saturday March 12 @ 7:30PM;
Sunday March 13 @ 1, 3:10PM. Jefferson Academic Center, on the corner of Main and Downing streets in Worcester. $5.50.
But this pill complex of mine has been grossly exaggerated. . . . One
reporter wrote that I travelled with a suitcase full of pills.
Actually, they barely fill a briefcase.
The closest thing I’ve done to an artwork about Gould was the Snow Ghost show about Mystery Band 2008, in which my band performed “Glenn Gould Goes to Leningrad.”
If you haven’t seen the video of a Worcester bouncer trapping a guy in a strip club bathroom, accusing him of selling drugs, punching him a couple times, and taking his money, it’s below. Apparently a fellow employee shot the video. The incident was last May 25, but the video only recently appeared. The bouncer was arrested this week. The T&G says that he’ll be arraigned
today next Tuesday and that the License Commission will have a hearing about all this next month.
Worcester Magazine has a partial transcription.
Dianne Williamson notes that white supremacists have embraced the video. The bouncer is black and the guy he punches is white; at one point he makes the guy kneel and pray “Oh, great fucking brown dude.” Neil Foisy estimates the video has been seen 200,000 times online, but I had trouble finding a working copy, presumably because YouTube is removing them when white supremacists descend upon the comments sections or use it as a recruiting tool.
Some of the white supremacists are holding a meeting at the library Wednesday. Their visits to Worcester are usually ignored, but they’ll likely get some attention this time.
Block Bangaz video shot in Worcester. Featuring Airport Hill, Worcester Bling Bling, possibly the Big Y parking lot at night? Nice use of pit bulls. Would have liked to see a reference to the dual tax rate issue too, but you can’t have it all.