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[09 Sep 2008|10:46am]

x_funhouse
Punk rock 70-90 http://community.livejournal.com/funhouse_x/profile
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Annual Tombstone Derby-Motorized Casket Racing [29 Aug 2008|01:14pm]

_ladyatropos_
Annual Tombstone Derby-Motorized Casket Racing

Elmore Historical Society's Annual Tombstone Derby promises to be a ghoulish good time.  This event features motorized coffins, a pie-baking contest, ghoulish homemade food, bone-chilling beer, treats for the kids, trolley rides, grave-robber bingo, a parade, magic and more.

Date: 10/25/2008
Time: 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Cost: Free

Depot Park
353 Ottawa St.
Elmore, OH 43416

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in ohio, practicing for Saturday [27 Mar 2008|02:38pm]

asthecrowflies
pet ufo flyer
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[21 Oct 2007|10:56am]

_ladyatropos_
Any drummers out there?
Local (Toledo) punk band looking for a dedicated individual, for the long haul. Interested candidates please email me here or at: rudejenn76@gmail.com

Influences include: Cocksparrer, Dropkick Murphys, Hudson Falcons, Lars Fredriksen, Blitz & Discipline.

Please forward this message on, so it reaches the masses. Especially anyone you know that is (or have friends that are) musically inclined.

Thank you!

RJ
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The Human Aftertaste Unleashed: TASTE THE FREEDUM Tour [17 Jul 2007|02:27pm]

humanaftertaste

Attention Cleveland Folks: Are you anticipating spending this coming Tuesday night alone but for a family size bag of Fritos and the gentle judgment of Jesus? Looking for a little action that doesn't require the application of a topical ointment the following morning? Seek no further, blind followers of the mediocre, for your lives can skip a day of the ordinary when you step into the bask-zone perimeter of The Human Aftertaste!

(Not even a week into the tour and there's already been a visit to the emergency room!)


Sex! Violence! Dale Earnhardt's Corpse! Tittybear! Dildoes! Fiddle Faddle!

Tuesday, July 17th
Mocha Dreams
Cleveland, Ohio

(More Ohio shows listed on the website!)


Print out this crappy token, present it to the hairy guy (you know - the one with the hair...and the face) and get yourself a;Collapse )

(x-posted like the buggery, but not spammed - only where relevant. Mods, feel free to delete and all that, cheers!)

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Anti-Nazi Rally [12 Apr 2007|01:19am]

daratt
In Cincinnati, there is suppost to be a Nazi Rally on April 20th, me and my friends are planning on rallying as well agienst them, if your intrested hit me up here, at my email super_rat_man@hotmail.com, or at my myspace www.myspace.com/suparatt, and i will get back to you as soon as i can with information.

http://www.wcpo.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=181559ea-d9a8-4793-a633-34cb65cc089b
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Moms Music Drum Shop Give Away! [28 Mar 2007|09:29pm]

eller
We're doing a give away at Moms Music here in Louisville Ky. This is open to residents of the US, even alaska and that other state. :) From being in punk bands and playing DIY shows for the past years of my life I know how hard it is to save up funds to buy new equipment so I thought I'd post this to the community for interested parties although I live out of state.

This is a mom and pop Music Store here in Louisville Ky. I've worked there for nearly a year and it's an awesome place so feel safe entering this contest. I'm excited to see the entries and I get to help pick the winner so it's fun for everyone. :)

You get FOR FREE, no strings attached ...

-Gretsch Catalina Club Mod Drum Kit
-padded gig bags for all the drums
-Zildjian A custom cymbals (hats, crash, ride)
-Vater Drumsticks, 36 pairs with your name engraved on them!
-practice pad from Vater
-Vaters multi stick holder, drum kit drink holder, Vater t-shirt, 2 pair of Vater Splash Sticks!

You get all this for free, no tax, no shipping if we have to mail it to you or anything. FREE!

All You have to do it sign up and submit a photo of yourself with your current kit holding some sort of sign that says something along the lines of "I love the drum shop at Moms Music!".
You can do all this online. The winner will be judged based on the creativity of their photo.

No photoshopping, vulgar language, or nudity please.

Sign up through the link on our MySpace Page



Werd. Good luck!
www.momsmusic.com
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[14 Mar 2007|04:43pm]

transmission00
The weather is great, so don't stay at home! Great Music, Drink Specials, and LOTS OF FUN! Been having a lot of fun these past weeks down at the Chamber! Got some new music. Something you want to hear? Send me a message and I will try to have it tonight! You can always come to the DJ booth with your request. If you bring me a cd, I will DEFINETLY be sure to play it!!! (and then try to have it with me in the future!)

HOPE TO SEE YOU TONIGHT!!!



www.myspace.com/djsmiss
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[01 Dec 2006|08:17am]

_ladyatropos_
New promotional band photos by Ian Powell - this is just a sample teaser of the most recent fork for the indie band Ambiance ;)

http://www.iancpowell.com - Band photographer for hire in Columbus, Ohio

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Talk on Direct Action as "terrorism" + animal rights workshp [27 Oct 2006|11:15am]

friendofanimals
I know a lot of you are political, so I hope you don't mind this post.

1) Environmental and Animal Activists Caught in the "War on Terror": Is Prison a Badge or a Burden?

Lee Hall looks at the interaction between activists' tactics and the laws aimed at controlling them. As the "war on terror" meets Internet activism, conspiracy charges and long prison sentences are the hallmarks of modern suppression of dissent. Lee Hall pinpoints the major ways industries have developed to manage activists, and offers a new vision for a successful -- yet radical -- animal and environmental advocacy movement.

Friday, Nov. 3 at 4:30 pm
Free. Vegan snacks provided.
Oberlin College, Wilder Student Union Rm. 101
135 West Lorain St., Oberlin, OH 44074

2) Workshop on Animal Rights Activism: Saturday afternoon, Nov 4 at Oberlin College (time & place TBA). Lee Hall will lead an interactive discussion on campaigns and strategies to help activists design actions that best further animal rights and veganism. Wefarism, militarism, and rights-focused approaches will all be examined. Comment for more information.

Lee Hall's bioCollapse )

Sponsored by Oberlin Animal Rights

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[07 Sep 2006|04:14pm]

glassjawfiend
Millish Sept 8th, 2006
2005 International Acoustic Music Award winners
are playing one night only at Owens Community College. Doors open at 7:30pm and the show starts at 8pm.

From Jaw-dropping jigs and reels, to dark instrumental sagas, to cross cultural medleys, to funky originals, to combining all of the above, Millish will never stop suprising you, while never losing their unique, high energy sound. This young band from Ann Arbor has already mae quite a splash in the Celtic Music scene.


tickets are:
regular $22.00 Seniors $20.00 Students $12.00




location:
Center for Fine and Performing Arts
P.o Box 10,000
Toledo, Ohio

(567)661-2787 Owens Boxoffice
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Millish Sept 8th, 2006 [07 Sep 2006|04:09pm]

glassjawfiend
2005 International Acoustic Music Award winners
are playing one night only at Owens Community College. Doors open at 7:30pm and the show starts at 8pm.

From Jaw-dropping jigs and reels, to dark instrumental sagas, to cross cultural medleys, to funky originals, to combining all of the above, Millish will never stop suprising you, while never losing their unique, high energy sound. This young band from Ann Arbor has already mae quite a splash in the Celtic Music scene.


tickets are:
regular $22.00 Seniors $20.00 Students $12.00




location:
Center for Fine and Performing Arts
P.o Box 10,000
Toledo, Ohio

(567)661-2787 Owens Boxoffice
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[29 Aug 2006|09:34am]
xohioshowsx
Check out these Contests/ Mae/ Angels & Airwaves / Stereolab / The Living End/ Fear Before The March of Flames
Mae signed drumhead Contest
Angels & Airwaves Macbeth Shoes
Stereolab Anthology Contest
Fear Before The March Of Flames Contest
The Living End Contest
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[28 Aug 2006|01:34pm]

_ladyatropos_
If you are a band in Ohio, or passing through Ohio I have some photographer suggestions for you!

There are several AFFORDABLE QUALITY photographers in Ohio who will be all too happy to shoot your band and event photos! Band photos are GREAT for CD covers, fliers, and other promotional material!

If you are looking for a band photographer here are a few AFFORDABLE photographers I have personally worked with and can recommend!

http://iancpowell.com/ - Ian C Powell, in Columbus (up and coming band photog)
http://www.geocities.com/kidteehello/- Kidtee Hello, in Dayton (up and coming goth photog)
http://www.darkmannequin.com/- Kevin Foureman, around Akron (up and coming alt photog)

Websites include photo galleries, how to contact them, and more! All of these photographers have a great sense of style that almost anyone can enjoy!
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[18 Aug 2006|12:58am]

aviation_
IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.

THIS PROTEST IS NOT TO DISCOURAGE THE ADOPTION OF ANIMALS FROM THE SHELTER, but rather to give a loved, amazing dog back to his family, and to attempt to treat and protect all dogs capable of rehibilitation. It is entirely normal for a dog who has been in stressful changing enviornments to behave the way that they do. IN FACT, I ENCOURAGE EVERYONE CAPABLE OF CARING FOR A PET TO ADOPT ONE FROM A SHELTER, THE APL INCLUDED.

My dog is sitting in the Cleveland APL. Last night, while I was at work, my parents took him from from room and drove him to the animal shelter.
I adopted him less than two weeks ago, and he very quickly started to show some signs of aggression. He snaped at anybody who tried to touch his collar. After just a day or so of realizing we intended him no harm, he relaxed to that situation. He also became snapy when we tried to take a toy away - or a pillow, a cup, a magazine, etc. Dogs learn to snap (sort of bite with no real intention to press hard or cause harm, just to ward off) in response to situations where that behaviour has worked for them. Having been through two other homes (at least 1 of which was abusive), he likely had this behavious reinforced. I started to work with him this past sunday on his aggression very closely - I provoked him to bit at my arms and each time would say no and correct. He very quickly picked up on the idea that this tactic was no longer working. I started to teach him to give things up through calm assertiveness and I thought him to "relax" on command. I have never seen a dog so smart who learns so quickly. Last friday, Simba had approx. 1 minute where he "lunged" toward my father. I was no there but this is what scared my parents out of him. A dog that wants to break skin CAN - he will GRAB and SHAKE HIS HEAD. If he does NOT behave like this, he is not actually trying to hurt anyone.
On monday, my parents told me they were taking him back to the shelter. I ran barefoot and barely dressed into the streets with the dog and refused to return because I knew that they were going to take him back. I stayed with a friend for a lot of that day, and by the evening my parents called and told me that if he stayed in my room and he didn't lash out again, that it would be okay. In just a few days, Simba learned to listen to be VERY well as described and showed very little aggression once I taught him not to. He could not have made better improvements. He could NOT have done anything MORE right - by my parents had made up their mind about him the instant that they realized he wasn't our last dog, who passed away this past winter.
I was betrayed and behind my back, my parents took him and signed him into the ownership of an organization who's shit I will get to in a moment. I work evenings at a grocery store and I showed up home to the dog, the cage, all of his toys and things just completely gone.
I told my parents before they did that I considered Simba my child. I am worried my relationship with them is very wounded. I just want my dog back.
I arrived at opening at the APL this morning in tears and they told me that he was still alive. One woman, nice but misguaded, took me aside and told me that they could not allow the dog to leave with me. That's when I had to deal with a woman named Lisa - she is the final "say" in every animal's life at that shelter. She admited to me that 54% of the animals they take in are killed, that the organization's reputation is the most important thing to her, and that the lawsuit they're suffering from a dog bite has taught them to kill a lot more animals.
I am dealing with the police, the news, etc.

PLEASE come out to the shelter tommorow if you can between 9am and 7pm (they are open 10am to 6:30pm) to protest this place. I will get it all out in information packets, etc. on location.
The shelter is locared at 1729 Willey Ave, Cleveland, OH, 44113. It's close to the west side market.
THE PROTEST IS NOT JUST FOR SIMBA - The things I heard and learned today are disgusting and an organization cannot pride itself on an image when the picture is so different in the back room.

I feel so, so alone. My dog is my family. I should have protected him harder.

MY SIMBA;

I don't know his current situation but I am hoping it is not too late for him. If there is nothing I can do to save this dog that I love with all of my heart, I will only be able to use it to grow stronger in my conviction to help other dogs and animals that are experiencing similiar circumstances. I will never regret my time with Simba and I haven't hoped so hard for a miracle in so long. Beyond this dog there is an endless supply of others being overlooked and tossed aside.

If you cannot make it, or maybe don't agree at all but you know somebody who does - please, this is life and death for so many animals. pass this information along.

edit: I appreciate all the comments and different opinions. This is not an animal-based community so the reaction should be varied and I appreciated all opinions - even the ones that hurt my little feelings. I'm though.
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[06 Aug 2006|10:27pm]

_ladyatropos_
Bondage / Fetish / Punk / Goth market every weekend in Columbus!
We have new stuff arriving all the time... Come check out what we've got now!

Friday and Saturday, 10-2:30, Across the hall from The Chamber

Livejournal username to contact: transmission00

1. All clothes must be clean and have the size labeled.
2. All items must be "tagged" (nothing fancy required... masking tape is great) with item number and price. Accompanying (i don't think i spelled that right) required listing item number, description and price.
3. Nothing over $30, and all items should be priced to sell.
4. Generally you'll get paid the next night the chamber is open... (I don't know if 80's night counts, you'll have to ask cat about that one.) The club takes 10% to cover expenses.
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[03 Aug 2006|07:00pm]

_ladyatropos_
Toledo Night Club - Booking Indie Bands!

Are you a band, or do you know an indie band that is looking to book in a darker venue in the Toledo, Oh area?!

Bands can request a booking online at - http://www.vampsupallnight.com/booking_request.htm

Vamp's Night Club is the Toledo Area leading nightclub for alterantive tastes! Check them out at: http://www.vampsupallnight.com/
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[03 Jul 2006|01:23pm]

_ladyatropos_
What are you doing the night of July 3rd? Are you in or near Columbus Ohio?
Rather than navigate the crowds of fireworks celebrants, why don't you dance at
the best industrial club in ohio?

Outland Nightclub will be open at 9 pm, Monday night for a special fireworks
celebration (They should be visible from the patio). If fireworks aren't your
thing, how about dancing. Cyber DJ will be spinning your favorite tunes.

If you bring your Ministry ticket stub, entrance at the door is FREE

Hope to see you there!

http://outlandnightclub.com
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music [08 Jun 2006|12:21am]

_ladyatropos_
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