Each year, writing about the summer festival season requires sweeping away some of the refuse of winter.
We fit in various trips to coffeehouses and clubs, mostly seeing favorite performers (Jerry Douglas at The Blue Note) and making, for us, the occasional new discovery (Natalia Zukerman at the Living Room). We took comfort from a book, The Bear Comes Home, by jazz critic Rafi Zabor, about a jazz sax-playing bear. Looking toward Susquehanna Music and Arts Festival for our first taste of summer riches, we notice Bethany and Rufus (Yarrow & Cappadocia). The Fifth Annual Mountain Jam has a whole lot of Trucks, both in the Allman Brothers Band and in the Derek Trucks Band. The one-day benefit for Appel Farm "With a Little Help from My Friendsa€? supplants the actual festival this year.
We suspect her political leaning must be left-of-center, considering who's she's married to. Some of the people showing up at Old Songs used to be regulars at Fox Hollow back in the 70's.
There's no Johnny Shines or Reverend Gary Davis, but modern blues master Toby Walker is here to carry the torch onward into the 21st century. This year's New Bedford Summerfest has that same stellar mix of trad and modern folk, but also contains a bit of Falcon Ridge flavor with John Gorka, Cliff Eberhardt, Richard Shindell, Red Molly and The Kennedys on the bill.
Jimmy LaFave headlines annual The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival in Okemah, and we assume he's still on its board of directors. The audience at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival got more than their money's worth on Sunday last year. The Acoustic Live booth will once again be the scene of its own daily showcases every afternoon.
It's been a long time since I was a resident of the town I was born in, Bridgeport Conn., so it may be forgiven if I didn't know about The Gathering of the Vibes, now in its 10th year of existence.
FREE Presented by the Huntington Arts Council and the Folk Music Society of Huntington 3pm until late evening Attendees are advised to bring chairs or blankets. The Fourth Annual Huntington Folk Festival is a small, cozy one-day affair at Hecksher Park in Huntington, Long Island. We'll take off for the Philadelphia Folk Festival at around eight on Saturday morning, for our annual one-day jaunt, hoping to avoid the crush of beach traffic.
Since she lives close by, photographer Jayne Toohey of the Naked Folk Calendar will be there to give us a big hug (no clothes will be removed by anyone at this time).
We are extremely excited to see that Jerry Douglas will be performing at Rhythm & Roots Festival this year. He and his group do so many things so well, as we found out at The Blue Note in NYC this last winter.
Buffy Sainte Marie is one of the headliners at Mariposa this year.A  We saw her a couple of years ago at Clearwater, still looking young and bursting with energy. The David Bromberg Quartet.A  We first saw The Waybacks at Falcon Ridge a bunch of years ago. Following Thursday’s Republican presidential debate, primary voters rushed to sing the praises of their favorite candidates. While he predicted brash front-runner Donald Trump will run the tables on March 1, he did acknowledge that there might be one anomaly in Texas Sen.
Though Kasich might be writing off many of the delegates up for grabs on Tuesday, he made it clear that he still sees a path to victory for his campaign.
Beyond that, he said he hopes to gain momentum across predominantly northern states, with one Deep South exception. By the time the primary reaches his home state, Kasich hopes to have already established a dominating campaign. Donald Trump apparently had his hands full at Thursday’s Republican presidential debate hosted by CNN.
In an exchange with Cruz, Trump made several inaccurate statements about the role of judges. In the interview, Trump was asked who he would recommend for the vacant Supreme Court seat left by the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Wolf wrote, “This is a pretty stunning admission from Trump … What Trump is saying here is that he, personally, has no idea whatsoever what he would do. Outrage erupted at a Kentucky high school after several parents found anti-police artwork on display in their children’s classroom. According to a report by WLKY, the artwork was the product of an honors English class assignment at North Oldham High School. The artwork that sparked the outrage depicts a Klu Klux Klan member in 1930 about to shoot a black man alongside a picture of a police officer shooting a black child in 2015. But some parents and local residents haven’t accepted this response and are calling for the images to be taken down. While the school says it understands the anger, and that these images are in no way meant to diminish the service police perform, the images will not be coming down. This was not a lone incident. According to The Gateway Pundit, there was a second, unrelated attack on a Marine that day. In the second attack, Operation Iraqi Freedom Marine, 35-year old Michael Schoeder, was viciously attacked, struck in the head and robbed. A man and his son driving by in a taxi saw Schoeder, contacted authorities and reported the attack. The police also state that they do not believe that this attack was connected to the attack on Chris Marquez.
Former president of Mexico Vincente Fox is not a fan of Donald Trump, or his plan to have Mexico pay to build a wall along the border of the two countries. The gunman who went on a deadly rampage Thursday near Wichita, Kan., recently posted a video on Facebook of him shooting a semi-automatic weapon into a field. After going on a shooting spree that left three of his co-workers dead and 14 injured, Cedric Ford, 38, was shot and killed by a Kansas sheriff at the Excel Industries plant in Hesston. Ford left the Excel factory, which produces lawn care products, not long after receiving the order and returned at approximately 5 p.m.
Court records showed the assailant was a felon who previously lived in Miami and was on probation with a series of convictions in Florida, including burglary in 2000, according to NBC News.
Terry Sullivan, Rubio’s top campaign adviser, provided a blueprint for such a tactic at the meeting with top donors, the sources said. Sullivan said that if John Kasich and Ben Carson were to drop out of the election, Rubio may very well pick up votes from Kasich and Carson supporters and possibly provide him with the leverage to win the nomination.
Sullivan also expressed great confidence that Rubio would win in his home state of Florida.
The Manhattan meeting was attended by approximately 200 people, including some former supporters of Jeb Bush. The Manhattan meeting took place at a time when Rubio has picked up recent endorsements from Bob Dole, Utah Sen. However, many people believe these endorsements have come in too late to quell the Trump campaign’s mobility and progress. If these high profile endorsements are too late, a contested convention could be a real possibility — even though the last time it happened was during the 1952 presidential campaign.
After ending his presidential bid in the wake of a sixth-place finish in the New Hampshire primary, New Jersey Gov. The high-profile political endorsement came on the heels of Trump’s first congressional endorsements, which he received from Republican congressmen Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins earlier this week. Within minutes, Christie’s announcement gained widespread traction among social media users.
Others recalled the bitter rivalry between Christie and Marco Rubio in the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary. A few more cynical social media users insisted the billionaire front-runner paid Christie for the endorsement.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his company are making headlines, but this time it’s not for something being offered to consumers. Zuckerberg is apparently furious someone has, on more than one occasion, marked through “Black Lives Matter” statements and replaced them with “All Lives Matter” comments. Zuckerberg said there were never any rules about what any staffer wanted to write on the whiteboards, but that striking through messages is equated to “silencing speech.” Zuckerberg then encouraged anyone and everyone to attend the on-campus “Black Town Hall” being held March 4.
It seems from the tone in the memo the free speech whiteboards may not be so free any longer if staffers are being told what they can and cannot do on the whiteboards.
He was there to serve as a kind of lab rat for experiments on the effects of long-term space travel on the human body and mind, to gain a better idea of what a trip to Mars might do.
Conveniently, Scott has a twin brother, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, so valuable comparison studies can be made. When he steps out of the craft and begins to adjust to the Earth’s gravity, he may be dizzy for a while.


We complain that things stay the same regardless of who wins elections, but that’s not true. Think how many antiquities might still exist, how many people might still be alive, and how many fleeing migrants might not be fleeing. So, here’s my message to any American about to be shot into space:  Be sure to vote absentee!
In one of the latest strategies from a Republican establishment trying to find the right combination of factors to stop presidential candidate Donald Trump, subtle and public pressure is being applied to convince Ohio Gov. In keeping with the tongue-in-cheek tone Kasich often projects, his communications director sent a tweet Thursday calling on another mainstream candidate to quit. For others, it’s not a laughing matter as the establishment tries to coalesce votes behind Sen.
In the final Republican debate before Super Tuesday’s slew of primaries, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz finally came to the hunt loaded for bear against Donald Trump.
During a timeout from the Trump bashing that constituted a large part of the highly rated GOP debate, Cruz and Rubio crossed the stage to shake hands, something surprising to many because of the vitriol between them.
During a commercial break at the #GOPDebate, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz shake hands behind Donald Trump’s back.
There were also some reports the two senators met and spoke before the debate even started, as well.
Lying Ted Cruz and lightweight choker Marco Rubio teamed up last night in a last ditch effort to stop our great movement.
Why would the people of Florida vote for Marco Rubio when he defrauded them by agreeing to represent them as their Senator and then quit! The Independent Journal Review, along with Google Consumer Surveys, conducted a poll to determine who won Thursday’s Republican presidential candidate debate. Viewers took notice and the poll numbers reflect their opinions on which candidate emerged the victor. Another potential post-debate poll was another question asked in the survey, that is, which candidate did voters most want to exit the race. All five Republican candidates side with the FBI over Apple in the stand off regarding gaining access to San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook’s iPhone. At the GOP debate in Houston on Thursday night all the candidates but Donald Trump were asked whether, as president, they would force Apple to comply with a court order to assist the FBI in gaining access to the cell phone.
The government has responded that it only wants the company to disable the self-destruct software, so investigators can use its tools to ascertain the password to gain access to the phone’s data. Clapper testified that seven countries now have collapsing governments and an additional 14 are in danger of failing, due to instability, which creates potential safe havens for terrorist groups to rise. He added that the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei still harbors and fosters hatred towards the United States. Former President George Herbert Walker Bush and his wife, Barbara, both attended the event at the University of Houston.
Bush and his wife also received a moment in the spotlight just before the start of the debate when they were officially announced to the crowd.
I was disappointed to see Mitt Romney suggest that Trump might be hiding something in his tax returns.
According to The Washington Post’s transcript of the debate, the exchange began as follows. Ford, who reportedly had a criminal history that included burglary, grand theft, prowling and fleeing from police, had recently posted pictures on himself on Facebook with several weapons. It was a difference in style and substance noted by members of a Texas focus group who overwhelmingly told Republican pollster Frank Luntz that Rubio was the debate’s winner.
Rubio started early, turning the first question he received on immigration away from the treacherous territory of past immigration bills he authored into an attack on Trump.
It's fanciful and funny, with zany and insightful observations on both the human and animal condition. Coming up out of the subway at 34th and 8th, I push westward toward 10th Avenue for my 9-to-5. If there's any consolation to be found since Rushad Eggleston left Crooked Still, it would have to be any opportunity to hear Rufus Cappadocia. Between the zydeco of Terrence Simien and the Cajun of Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys, everybody better bring extra t-shirts. The Kennedys, Red Molly, the Greencards and Tracy Grammer actually provide some of both and Rhonda Vincent gives us a full dose of the high lonesome. On hand to lend a hand are some old friends, The Kennedys and Vance Gilbert (start laughter now -- avoid the last-minute rush).
We'll miss the big party at Madison Square Garden, so we're glad we make it to both days of Clearwater every year. Groups that celebrate Pete's philosophical and political bent will be there, like Work 'o the Weavers and Hope Machine. We don't know if Alejandro Escovedo will be strapping on his telecaster for his appearance here, but we've seen him play acoustic before and it's still a major event when he steps onto any stage. Steve himself would be a natural for Clearwater, but we don't want to know what his asking price is these days. There is still, however, French Canadian Benoit Bourque, a bear of a man, who combines accordion with dance.
The first three names, Donna the Buffalo, Rusted Root and The Horse Flies all generate a bone-rattling bounce impulse in festival-goers. We used to do one full Saturday and part of Sunday, but can't do that at this distance from NYC. We hope our readers reap all that the summer promises We'll be looking for you out on the festival trail! The Kennedys, Red Molly, the GreencardsA  and Tracy Grammer actually provide some of both and Rhonda VincentA  gives us a full dose of the high lonesome. These days they get all plugged in and cover Led Zepplin, bluegrass stylea€¦A  and it's good!
For many Americans, however, including one who was on the debate stage, these performances are not expected to change the trajectory of next Tuesday’s delegate-rich, 12-state primary election day.
Trump attempted to defend his sister’s record as a judge, but in doing so, revealed to the audience a bit of judicial ignorance, according to Leon H.
Trump replied, “I would want to see scholars, but I think more than my asking, I would go on references of other people that I respect.
Students were asked to read To Kill A Mockingbird, then draw pictures showing what they believed to be social injustice. Michael’s twin brother had been searching for him and finally located him in George Washington Hospital. During Thursday’s Republican presidential debate, Wolf Blitzer quoted Fox’s f-bomb and then asked Trump how he would still intend to pay for the wall without Mexico’s help and how he would make them pay for it. The great wall of China, built 2,000 years ago is 13,000 miles,” implying the wall can be done and will be done if Trump is elected president.
It’s a small portion of the kind of money that we lose and the deficits that we have with Mexico,” Trump concluded.
If Bush supporters are willing to throw their support behind Rubio, Carson and Kasich supporters may do the same. Several Twitter users suggested the endorsement was a step toward securing a cabinet position in a potential Trump administration. Faced with what Zuckerberg appears to view as a crisis of free speech, his leadership decision to investigate “the current incidents” may have some of his employees on edge for exercising their own rights to free speech by disagreeing with BLM statements.
Counting all six missions, Kelly has spent more time in space than any other American astronaut.
But what strikes me is the dizzying amount of change that can happen for the rest of us here on Earth while the space station orbits high above. If Obama hadn’t won his two terms, we would have different Supreme Court Justices and arguably different decisions that affect millions of lives.
As crazy as this campaign season is, it does no good to drop out of the system or cast a poorly considered vote in anger and disgust.
Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who endorsed Rubio earlier this week, said Kasich’s exit would help Rubio. This is going to be a race that’s going to go much deeper into the calendar,” Kasich strategist John Weaver told reporters Saturday. According to the opinions of those polled who watched the CNN debates, Donald Trump won by a landslide. Unfortunately for Carson, those surveyed also conveyed they most wanted Carson to drop out of the race. 12.6 percent, want Trump to leave the race, but as it appears now, that is very unlikely to happen.
Ben Carson pointed out that the Fourth Amendment guarantees citizens’ right against unlawful searches and seizures by the government without probable cause, but such is not the case regarding Farook.


Bush, 91 and sitting in a wheelchair, was videoed on his way into the theater where the debate was held. A standing ovation ensued as the crowd gathered in the 41st president’s former hometown gave him some of the loudest cheers of the night.
Just as though they were the evening’s winners, they held their grasped hands aloft as cheers rang throughout the theater.
Once upon a time, there was a young political candidate who thought people would praise his transparency if he released 20 years’ worth of income tax returns, going all the way back to when he was first married. You are encouraged to evaluate this information and act according to your own reasoning and conclusions. In the eMusic trove, I was elated to discover The Best of Howlin' Wolf (without Howlin' Wolf there'd be no Mick Jagger).
We were used to seeing Peter as a promoter, so the burly baritone we finally heard coming out of that beard was a pleasant surprise for a lot of us.
His vocals contain a glottal flip, a sort of a built-in yodel, and his songs tell fascinating stories. John Gorka can be expected to include both humor and poignancy in his repertoire (does anyone ever get tired of hearing John? Red Molly is here, still on their world domination tour, conquering the planet one festival at a time. This festival might represent Pete's crowning achievement in spurring the cleanup of the Hudson River. Old Crow Medicine Show has an old-timey, bluegrassy sound and they're not afraid to tackle social themes.
Of course, Arlo Guthrie fits in here, hand-in-glove, seeing as how his old man, Woody, is kind of the North Star for all this folk music stuff. Michael exuded mischievous good humor back then, so he'll fit right in with Christine Lavin who's been known to add a humorous song (or several dozen) to her repertoire. We don't have the schedule yet, but we're hoping to see Steve's son, Justin Townes Earle, whose latest CD, Midnight at the Movies, kicks major butt. We don't see the Red Stick Ramblers in the line-up at Rhythm and Roots this year, so we're doubly disappointed we won't see them here.
This is not a guy who can be trusted … By his own admission he has literally no idea what he’s doing when it comes to judicial nominations. Two anonymous sources came forward to CNN after a meeting Wednesday in Manhattan to allege that Rubio is preparing for a contested Republican Convention. It’s also possible that none of the three candidates will have the necessary delegates needed to win before the convention.
Marco Rubio noted at Thursday’s GOP debate that the phone did not even belong to Farook, but to the government. He was later photographed surrounded by grinning students, most of whom were likely not even born during the Bush presidency that saw America regain its military might in the Gulf War while the Cold War ended and the Berlin Wall fall. Trump, like every other candidate, is required by law to release detailed financial information.
He then began walking through the plant, firing in what appeared to be an indiscriminate fashion.
Because we encourage independent thought and personal responsibility, we do not accept credit nor liability for the use or misuse of this information. For me, it prompted a retro excursion into some old jazz favorites: Miles, Cannonball and Coltrane. Shannon Lambert-Ryan performs a mix of music both from Celtic nations and this side of the pond, giving their traditional songs a fresh sound.
It should be a lot of fun to see what Terence Martin, Aztec Two-Step, The Kennedys and Rod MacDonald do with Dylan material. The Bottle Rockets have a punked-up rockabilly sound that brings to mind Gene Vincent and the Ramones in a blender.
John Roberts and Tony Barrand would sing those wacky English folk ditties back then and here they are, still doing it. Then he'll get up and dance around the stage while the rest of his group plays accompaniment. Granddaughter Sarah Lee Guthrie and her husband Johnny Irion will join other followers of the dream.
Returning here in 2007, doing the math, that makes it its 5th year at the park, a stone's throw from my old alma mater, The University of Bridgeport. When he sits down to sign post-performance autographs, it's going to give us a chance to say hello. Multi-instrumentalist Ken Whitely was a hit at the Northeast Folk Alliance Conference a couple of years ago, another of those wonderful discoveries we get to make at NERFA when these folks venture south of the border.
Justice Samuel Alito, a very conservative member of the Supreme Court, with my sister signed that bill. At any rate, Trump did not appear any more knowledgeable with his comments in the post-debate interview. I can only tell you if I would have used even half of that word, it would be a national scandal.
The only people who cared were his political opponents, who poured over his forms, hunting for any obscure item they could wrench out of context and turn into attack ads.
We've heard what Bill Kirchen does with the one guitar and the entire history of rock n' roll in one number.
Mostly bluesy, sometimes the sound veers off into jazz and it sounds like hearing Jeff Beck again, for the first time, with a few new twists and turns. At the Celtic extravaganza which closes Summerfest, Benoit will encourage audeince members to join him on stage and dance, no matter how amateurish they might appear. Created as a tribute to The Grateful Dead, it's no surprise that Bob Weir & Ratdog will perform. Peter Rowan will be joined by brothers Chris and Lorin, who will open before acting as Peter's band. A Saturday night mainstage performance by Sonny Landreth would be nice, too, but we might just be asking for too much. The Folk Brothers, Jack Hardy and David Massengill, will add a Northeast flavor, as will Cliff Eberhardt. So, I think that maybe we should get a little bit of an apology from Ted, what do you think? Ted Cruz on his right, could be likened to a fireworks display of attack and counter-attacks, with both Cruz and Rubio sandwiching Trump with their blasts, which were often personal. No one named Ben Carson, who at one point asked one of the candidates to attack him so he could get in on the action.
One of the greatest of the left-wing dreamers, grandmaster songsmith Jack Hardy is on board. Janis will be joined by Susan Werner, Cliff Eberhardt and Ellis Paul for the Friday night song swap.
They'll be joined by relative newbies, Iron and Wine, Josh Ritter, Gillian Welch and Neko Case. We'll take a stroll through the Philly campground to se if there are any new and zanier themes this year. Donna's lead guitarist Jeff Mattson was formerly with Dead tribute band, The Zen Tricksters. Pete's grandson Tao Rodriquez Seeger is starting to gain wider recognition as a solo performer, now that The Mammals have apparently disbanded. Any campfire with Michael Smith, Ruthie Foster or Ray Bonneville in attendance will heat up in a hurry. We suspect that with the line-up we see here, attendees will swear they can feel Hunter Mountain shake. Always a great festival, there'll no doubt be fireworks both on stage and in the sky over the harbor. There'll be a lot of nostalgia surrounding this event, with Crosby Still and Nash, the Levon Helm Band and Buddy Guy performing. Guy Davis is one of the American acts that they sneak in for a little balance, I guess, because we let so many of their guys come down and play here. There'll be a lot of nostalgia surrounding this event, with Crosby Still and Nash, the Levon Helm BandA  and Buddy GuyA  performing.



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