• A notice posted on the stage-door entrance at the immaculate Orpheum theater to smokers: Throw cigarette butts into the street. And while you re at it, why not dispose of your soda bottles and gum wrappers the same way as well?
  • Reporting from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in New York, where Memphis soulman supreme turned South Park Chef Isaac Hayes was recently honored, the CA s typically excellent music writer, Bill Ellis, noted, Hayes impact on popular music is twoold. Clearly the victim of over- or under-zealous copy editors not hip to the argot, Ellis certainly meant to say, Hayes impact on popular music is 2 old-skool 2 B forgotten. Shut your mouth.
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