Check out my partner Walon's calendar and drop in on him real soon.
Here's Cotton Bird's Facebook page. This is an acoustic duo featuring Walon Smith and Sarah Looney. Check them out -- they go together like sorghum and butter.
For those of you looking for something interesting in the night sky, try Heavens Above or Space Weather. Satellites galore and more.
Here's a great site to visit to find out what's in the night sky this month.
Everything you need to know about my favorite high school, McGill-Toolen.
The Dog River Boys are still alive and kicking. Still waiting on O Brother II, the Sequel.
The Olde Towne Brass is the best brass band around. Their music has been featured in several Ken Burns documentaries. They are the real deal.
My favorite cartoonist can be found here. Nevermind the UT stuff. He's a UA alum and bleeds crimson.
Need some out-of-this-world custom jewelry? Check out Bridal Crystals located in north Georgia.
Friends Joel Andrews and Sam Gaston have produced an amazing musical collaboration called Third Voice. Hear it at SoundCloud.
Pat and Benita Murphy front one of my favorite local bands, Delta Reign. Bayside backyard delta swamp swing bluegrass, I think.
Everybody's favorite neighborhood Irish pub, Callaghan's. If you haven't been, you're not living right.
Great pizza, cold beverages, and a wide variety of excellent music? That would be the Mellow Mushroom at the Loop.
Lots of Southern funkiness can be found at Deep Fried Kudzu. Tell Ginger I sent you.
Here are two of my favorite animators, Ruthie Proctor and Cat Hicks. Check out their work and let them know what you think.
Nuke the Whales celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2005. Here's a taste of the reunion and all the rest.
Here's a link to a terrific film about visionary builders called God's Architects.
An incredible documentary about California's Salton Sea can be found here. Did I say incredible? Incredible.
Plan59 is teeming with mid-century design. Check out their store. Great deals on fantastic art work.
Remember duck and cover? If you're like me and you're into cold war artifacts, you may want to peruse the Conelrad site for a while.
Muffler Men? Uniroyal Gals? Wigwam Village? Our nation's off-beat roadside attractions may be found at Roadside America. Let 'er rip tater chip!
Here, here, and here are some links on the Ivory-Billed woodpecker. Also, here's a link to the film Woodpecker. It's edutainment at its best.