By Sarah on June 21, 2010
Taste of Chicago kicks off this week. I forsee myself completely undoing my attempts to eat healthy. Thanks a lot, Chicago.
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By Sarah on March 13, 2010
Not being from Canada, I’m not exactly clued in to the musical going-ons of our gigantic neighbor to the north. But the Winnipeg Folk Festival, scheduled for July 7 through 11, is definitely something I should know about, despite the fact that it’s far away… oh, wait, Winnipeg is only a two-hour flight away. Never mind, it isn’t that far. Huh.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged andrew bird, aterciopelados, debashish bhattacharya, emmylou harris, geoff muldaur, sarah harmer, tao seeger, the dodos, the duhks, the rural alberta advantage, the swell season, the united steel workers of montreal, the wailin' jennys, william elliott whitmore, winnipeg folk festival, works progress administration | 2 Responses