For clarification: Robert Michael Smith is the first sculptor to use 3D print technology at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine to produce a sculpture comprised of living human cells....
Correction: Robert Michael Smith will present "Regenesis" opening lecture on Thursday, August 15, 6 - 8 pm at Hammerfriar Gallery, 132 Mill St., Healdsburg, CA
Please RSVP to Jill Plamann 707.473.9600.
Can't wait for Bella to answer my tweet seeking advice on self-publishing my novel Love in the Time of Taksim.
This article is heartening.
I should take the plunge!
Thank you Daedalus
Holy hell! These guys are such awesome musicians. I was wondering why they weren't at the Market yesterday. Glad they're all Ok!
Holy shit! So glad they are ok, love the Church Marching Band folk!
Wish we could have been there and we are honored to be a part of a time honored Northbay tradition. Keep up the good work over there at the Bohemian and we hope to see you all real soon. Much love.
Were you so stoned you forgot to publish this review in April? Looking forward to your BottleRock reviews next :)
Uh, yeah. Just focus on the music. guitars, drums, vocals, cow-bell or whatever, and leave it there.
Lame. I would suggest you delete or edit this article to show Doug and his bandmates some respect for their privacy. Really.
Good review. Sad to see Depp condemned to repeat his early brilliance as a blockbuster-enabling sleepwalker.
This year please throw Highway Poets on your Ballot for rock
Mucho gracias,We original Peronistas appreciate this very much.
This is, actually, not the first time "The Sound of Music" has been performed at the Mountain Play. I saw it there in 1985! Maybe you need a new fact checker.
Recently read your previous article "Climb Ev'ry Mountain (May 15-21). In the article you state "director Jay Manly stages "The Sound of Music" for it's very first run on the mountain". I feel I must tell you that "The Sound of Music" was done on the mountain in 1985. I was there and it was wonderful!
Hmm. I think they ripped the beat from Rick Ross's BMF, but who's counting.
By the way - these artists are amazingly cooperative yet fiercely independent- with a strong streak a
capitalism' , which is refreshing these days!
Thank you, Gabe!!! Can you tell I'm not a U2 fan?
You're right, Erin - I blew it. Fixed above. (The actual line is "We get to carry each other," from "One.") Sorry.
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