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Paul Simon at Eaux Claires???

Paul Simon

From my old pal Jay Gabler at The Current - exciting possible news about the Eaux Claires lineup this year - including Paul Simon, Wilco - and more. Or -- Meauxr.

Guess we will find out for sure tomorrow.

Mary Tyler Moore - RIP

Chuckles the Clown's Funeral - the Mary Tyler Moore Show

I promise we will start to have some arts news soon that does not involve people dying, but I am particularly sad to hear  of the death of Mary Tyler Moore. She is one of the amazing women of comedy who has made me laugh and cry throughout the years.  I leave you with a classically perverse moment from the Mary Tyler Moore show. Love is all around.

Carrie Fisher has died

Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher Dishes on Return to 'Star Wars'

I'm very sorry to report that news has come in that Carrie Fisher has died after suffering the massive heart attack on a plane a few days ago. Silly as this interview is in some ways, it reminds me why everyone loved Carrie Fisher, whether she was being Princess Leia or just being herself. We can only hope 2016 ends soon - it has been a year of loss in so many areas, and movies has been one of the worst.

Gaelic Storm coming to Eau Claire

Gaelic Storm

Wednesday, March 15 | 7:30 PM

The State Theatre

Gaelic Storm is coming to the State Theatre for a one night performance on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 7:30pm. With them they bring their TWELFTH studio album and will deliver foot-stomping, eclectic mix of tunes that has established the band as one of world music’s premier live acts. "Matching Sweaters" infuses traditional Celtic music with modern influences, updating the genre for a new generation of fans raised on rock, country, and folk. These 12 brand new tracks straddle the line between tradition and innovation in the world music format, making "Matching Sweaters" an absolute must-have.

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