Tiny Town Teaser No. 37, vol. 6

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Across

1.  Mount Olympus dweller
4.  Poetic preposition
5.  Follow relentlessly

Down

1. Option for a H.S. dropout
2. Treasure of the Sierra Madre
3.  PhD, e.g.

Degree of Difficulty: Easy as a Grassroots hoe-down in the rain.

 

tiny town times recently moved -- expect more ttt

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From Chad Coles:

Adjusting to our new offices has required that we post most of our material and thoughts to Faceboook.

The tinytowntimes.com Facebook page is providing daily material, but for now, the exigencies of the move require that we focus on getting our new headquarters ready for the upcoming months and our 5th Year anniversary.

Sorry for the slowness of the process but The Boss fell down the stairs and is in traction.

Never Give Up!

Chad

 

 

 

 

Tiny Town Teaser No. 36, vol. 6

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Across
1.  King Kong, notably
4.  With 5 Across, foreign correspondent?
5.  See 4 Across

Down
1.  Smartphone download, briefly
2.  Split __ soup
3.  Photo blow-up: Abbr.

 

Bernie Upson, Harlem-born bassist and notable tiny towner, ill with cancer: Fundraiser coming up

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Pictured: Bernie Upson performing in a trio at Maxie's Supper Club, Nov. 18, 2012. Al Hartland on drums, keyboardist out of Elmira, name unavailable at the the moment.

Tiny Town, USA – Bernie Upson, Harlem-born musician and well known performer in the Central New York region is being honored in a gig called Bennies for Bernie. Upson is ill with an inoperable cancer and cannot play. He has entertained audience in this area for decades and singer Diana Leigh is asking area musicians to lend their chops and music lovers their ears and support to offset medical expenses.

Where: Oasis Dance Club

When: Sunday, July 6, 4-7 p.m.

Performers: Diana Leigh, Djug Django, The Pelotones among other area musicians, including: Jim Scarpulla, Alice Saltonstall, Molly MacMillan, Sally G. Ramirez, Margaret Wakeley, Joey Arcuri and Don Slatoff -- for starters.

Ms. Leigh is giving a big shout-out to any other players who wish to perform. Visit the Facebook page "Bennie for Bernie" at https://www.facebook.com/events/629716630469348/

 

 

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