Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Monday, February 25, 2008

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audiopark.org news

Sunday, February 24, 2008

The sudden loss of John 2 Ponies on February 22, 2008 has greatly saddened
his family, folks who enjoy his music, and numerous members of the Southwest
Virginia community where he made his home.

Many of John’s friends and fans are working to locate resources
for projects which have the potential to provide this well-loved artist with
an "encore" call in perpetuity in the form of a digital archive which will
continue to produce cultural assets for many generations to come.

More information on John 2 Ponies' life and music can be found here.
Information on the John 2 Ponies archive project can be found here.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

audiopark.org news

audiopark.org news for 02-21-08 - The Black Twig Pickers will be releasing their new album, "Hobo Handshake", to the public for the first time tomorrow evening at the Country Store in Floyd, Virginia. The group will play at 7:30 pm on Friday at the Country Store on South Locust Street, weather permitting.

Below are a few other art, music, & culture events taking place
over the next week or so. Venue info and other details about these
events can be found by navigating to the Katuahnet.


Thursday 02-21-08...Jes Karper at the Easy Chair in Blacksburg, VA

Friday 02-22-08...Black Twig Pickers at the Country Store in Floyd, VA
Friday 02-22-08...Jes Karper at Gillie’s vegetarian restaurant in Blacksburg, VA

Saturday 02-23-08...Country Dance with the Jugbusters at the Country Store in Floyd, VA
Saturday 02-23-08...Healing Harvest benefit concert at the Sun Music Hall in Floyd, VA

Monday 02-25-08...‘Fishbowl" movie premier at the Lyric Theater in Blacksburg, VA
Monday 02-25-08...KILI Radio walk/ride celebration in the Republic of Lakotah

Friday 02-29-08...Leap Day party at 111 West Main Street in Floyd, VA
Saturday 03-01-08...First day of Ayuwa’sifest


Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Happy Eclipse!

hi everyone, happy total lunar eclipse, as of 8:45 or so Katúah time, hope you are having, or had, a great one.

Jes Karper in Katuah - Early Spring 08

02/20/2008 6:00 PM - Black Water Loft, Floyd. VA (Download Flier)

02/21/2008 6:30 PM - Easy Chair Coffee Shop and Bookstore, Blacksburg, VA (Download Flier)

02/23/2008 7:00 PM - Gillies Vegetarian Restaurant , Blacksburg, VA (Download Flier)

02/28/2008 7:30 PM - The Purple Fiddle, Thomas, WV

hi everyone, Jes Karper is playing at the Blackwater Loft tonight. jeskarper.org has more info. bye, thanks for reading. -Suzy

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

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hi everyone
hope you are doing well

the Coffee Access fairies have been consistently good to me as of late, as have their kinfolk the KILI Radio Access fairies.

Feb. 25 will mark the date of a walk and a ride to celebrate the station's birthday.

here is a page which contains info on something happening in Floyd on 02-29-08. I hope you will be a part of it!

so, I have been sharing a bit of fairy lore recently, and thought I would give you a couple of book suggestions that would help you build on your current fairy lore knowledge base.

the first is by Jeremiah Curtin and it is called Tales of the Fairies and of the Ghost World.

the second is Myths of the Cherokee by James Mooney, a book which some rogue Shouseki digitizer unsuccessfully tried to swipe from the Deer Haven studios late last year. as far as I know the librarian got less than a slap on the wrist for this crime but non-Shouseki digitizing entities should be advised that the same rules do not apply to those persons who consider themselves to be above the law when it comes to helping themselves to digital fac-similes of a Shouseki person's personal data.

anyway the book is there still, as far as I know, and contains EXTREMELY fascinating tales of giant leeches, semi-visible warriors that live inside mountains, dancing panthers that talk and much, much more...including stories about a tiny race of people that lived inside the realm known as Katúah before the Cherokee arrived.

apparently the tiny white folks were forced out of their homes in the mountains by the Cherokee, who thought they were weird. before they left, they warned the Cherokee not to cross a certain river because they would be killed by a giant leech.

were these tiny people in fact fairies who were trying to keep the hapless Cherokee from contact with what would later become the District of Columbia? can the depigmented pre-Katúah people and the Cherokee work out their past differences so that peace and harmony can be attained in this realm? can they work together so that no Shouseki people, or anyone, for that matter, will wind up as mere leech food?

inquiring minds want to know. and they sure would like to get a hold of that book again.

I need to go now, take care & thanks for reading. -Suzy

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

eek! runaway U.S. infrastructure.

hi all, here is a link about the satellite that is headed for Earth, soon to be viewable from Katuah.

bye, have a great day. -Suzy