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June 16, 2004

Morris Day Meets Mr. Mcfeeley

Hellooooo.. is anybody out therrrre???

New computer parts are being fed-exed as we speak, and I should be back online shortly. Did a nice little interview with Ty today, which will be one of the first things up when we return. If you're in the NY area you should make your way to the 5 Spot in Brooklyn this Saturday night, and catch the man live and in person..

And here's another event earlier that day, for folks in my neck of the woods who aren't attending the convention. I'm hyped to see the Time for free, whenever I've caught them in recent years their live show was as hot as ever, Minneapolis funk at its finest. But uhh, am I the only one who looks at this line-up and worries that Morris and the boys are one step away from playing Six Flags Great Adventure?

The Downtown NYC River to River Festival 2004 is exploding with activity this summer. On June 19, River to River presents Target Children's Day and Fireworks at the South Street Seaport. Gordon from "Sesame Street" will host this star-studded, nonstop event beginning at Noon. The fun-filled day will include performances from the cast of Cyberchase, ZOOM, characters from Between the Lions, Mr. McFeeley from Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood and The Russian American Kids Circus on Stage. Kids can meet and greet their favorite walk-around characters like Elmo, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie, the Berenstain Bears and more. Enjoy arts & crafts, face-painters, jugglers, clowns, puppets -- even a petting zoo!

Later in the day, don't miss special performances from Ralph's World, the Big Nazo Band and the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players. Morris Day and the Time will give a very special performance at 9 p.m. that will lead us into the Target Big Oooh Aaah Fireworks spectacular at 10 p.m.!

The third annual Downtown NYC River to River Festival, presented by American Express, produces and promotes roughly 500 cultural events, including world-class, music and dance performances in Lower Manhattan.

For a complete list of events, please visit www.RivertoRiverNYC.com.

Posted by jsmooth995 at June 16, 2004 10:04 PM

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