Dwight & Nicole in Stowe, VT

Dwight & Nicole will be joining us for our Alternative Energy show in Stowe, VT on April 22nd.  Dwight & Nicole are a soul duo who have shared the stage with powerhouses like Mavis Staples, Etta James, and B.B. King. They put out indie-soul music that is as honest as it is groovy, and rocks even harder. Don’t miss this special chance to see Dwight & Nicole on stage with the Says You! gang!

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We’re RUSH’N to War Paint

Arnie is “RUSH’N” to get ready for the Broadway opening of War Paint, based on the play The Powder & the Glory by Arnie Reisman and Ann Carol Grossman. The show premiers April 11th, but is already selling Rush Tickets to a full house, and THE NEW YORK TIMES is humming along! Read the NYT review below and don’t forget to buy tickets.

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This Week’s Guest: Christy McBrayer

This week Christy McBrayer joins the cast in a new episode (SY 2115). For those of you who recollect Dagmar from 1950’s television – Christy brings that same enticing charm to the show recorded recently in the Boston area. A native of Lee County – yep, that’s Tupelo, Mississippi – Christy is an actress with a one-woman show, Southern Fried Chickie, – the comedic Christy releases to the audience fourteen women who reside inside. During the day she Directs Business Development for the Brass Tacks Consulting firm in Austin, Texas. Miss McBrayer brings a mean brogue, recites classic poetry, and dances in the hottest cowgirl boots around – just keep an eye out for the spurs.

The Hampton Inn: Birmingham, AL

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From our very own Carolyn Faye Fox at The Improper Bostonian.

Start your visit by checking in at a conveniently located hotel. The elegant yet homey Tutwiler (officially known as the Hampton Inn & Suites Birmingham Downtown Tutwiler) offers historic cachet and modern comforts, including a shuttle that’ll not only take you to and from the airport , but also around town, plus a complimentary hearty breakfast: eggs, bacon, grits, waffles, fruit, yogurt and, if you’re lucky—or if it’s Sunday—homemade biscuits.


Mission Inn Hotel and Spa: Riverside, CA

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From our very own Carolyn Faye Fox at The Improper Bostonian.

Sixty miles east of Los Angeles, in the heart of California’s Inland Empire, the sprawling city of Riverside isn’t exactly a hotbed of tourism…except for one remarkable place. Whether you’re an architecture buff, a spa devotee or a traveler who revels in the uniquely idiosyncratic, the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa will capture your attention and hold it for days on end.

For starters, this National Historic Landmark is the country’s largest Mission Revival-style building, taking up an entire city block. But there’s more than Mission going on here—original owner and developer Frank Miller was unconstrained by consistency, building wings in differing architectural styles and adding whatever details suited his taste. That’s why the row of flying buttresses along one side are merely Gothic decorative elements, instead of serving their usual structural function. Miller built the inn in stages, finishing the final Rotunda Wing in 1931, when Riverside was thriving as the birthplace of the California citrus industry and a destination for Hollywood celebrities and other notables; the Mission Inn was where they unpacked their trunks and stayed for months at a time.

Radisson Downtown: Salt Lake City, UT

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Read up on things to do in Salt Lake City from our very own Carolyn Faye Fox at The Improper Bostonian.

The Oxbow Hotel: Eau Claire, WI

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The Peabody Hotel: Memphis, TN

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Intercontinental Mark Hopkins: Knob Hill, San Francisco, CA

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From our very own Carolyn Faye Fox at The Improper Bostonian:

For more luxurious digs, check in to the InterContinental Mark Hopkins Hotel, which has epitomized San Francisco hospitality since it opened its elegant doors in 1926. In the morning, there’s an exceptional breakfast buffet, including ethereal shrimp dim sum dumplings; at night, the Top of the Mark restaurant offers unrivaled panoramic views of the city, as well as an extensive cocktail list. It’s also convenient. Located atop Nob Hill at the crossing of three cable car lines, the hotel is a six-minute walk to Union Square and just a block from the Grace Cathedral, a landmark famous for its Ghiberti doors, stained glass, AIDS interfaith chapel and labyrinths.


Grant Street Inn: Bloomington, IN

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