Posts Tagged ‘Clark Sabine’

Arts Roundup: Candid Conversation Edition

A Fine Eulogy: If you want to shed tears in your cubicle today, check out Rebecca Armendariz's Good magazine piece about D.C. musician Clark Sabine, who died of cancer two years ago. Punctuated by intimate Google Chat conversations, it's a kind of e-retrospective on the last months of Sabine's life with Armendariz as he underwent treatment. [...]

Exotic Fever’s 10 Year Anniversary

The party may be happening in the city of brotherly love, but the label Exotic Fever has long been a part of D.C.'s musical landscape. In 2000, the late Clark Sabine (of the now-legendary Motorcycle Wars) convinced Bonnie Schlegel to find a way to put out his band The Halo Project. That year, a small [...]

2009’s Most Popular Items on Arts Desk: John Waters, Clark Sabine, Twilight, and More

For the last two weeks, you've read a lot about what we loved in 2009. But what about you? After the jump, you can get a sense of what our readers dug in 2009, or at least what they clicked on the most at Black Plastic Bag and the revamped Arts Desk—from John Waters and Twilight [...]