Posts Tagged ‘Hemingway’

ToDo ToDay: Gaup Sisters! Hemingway Cocktails! Design Festival!

If you’re performing folk music from the indigenous people of the northern Nordic area, you must be joiking. The Sámi have lived in the upper reaches of Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Russia’s Kola Peninsula for around 5,000 years, but Christian missionaries in the late 1600s tried to put a stake in their shamanistic religion. Despite [...]

Craigslist Essay Contest Offers Last Chance for Ticket to Friday’s Sold-Out Felice Brothers Show

The Felice Brothers, a brawling quintet of whiskeybreath folk-rockers from upstate New York, are all about reckless energy on stage. But the band members also have a literary streak, said James Felice, the band’s hefty, hirsute keyboardist/accordionist, when I interviewed him last year. “Faulkner, Hemingway, McCarthy, Thomas Pyncheon, Russian literature… Just anything we can get [...]

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