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Joshua Tree Association of Musicians and Songwriters

A division of New Moon Records

PO Box 203

Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Gig reports and editorial comments for the week Mar 29-Apr 5, 2005


Hey, hey, hey-

Mike Farrow just posted the first 7 mixes from the Tim Easton live CD on the website (sorry, it’s password protected until we decide what we are going to use). It sounds so good! Live recording catches a spirit that’s elusive in the studio. I think it’s the best live recording of a soloist I’ve ever heard.

Speaking about live recording, I hope you were at the Water Canyon on Monday night for the impromptu jam session with ‘Minor Swing’. The place was full, and the vibe was pure music. Stewart and Phil (the Englanders who make up the duo) led off with a set of their ‘hot club’ type stuff. Then, they were joined by Jon Bertini, on mandolin; Bobby Furgo, on fiddle; TK Smith, on guitar, and John Whoolilurie, on tenor sax. I just can’t tell you how cool it was, but, since I was doing the sound, I recorded it! I’m listening to it now! Hee, Hee, Hee!

Two years ago, I invited ‘Minor Swing’ over to the studio with Bobby Furgo, after they played at the SPRC. We cut a few tunes, and they ended up on the record the boys released recently. It’s nice to find my work on a project I didn’t even know about.

This week, at the WC, we’ve got Good Medicine, from the Bay area, on Thursday; Friday, we’ve got Wooden Nickel, fresh from Pitown; and Sat. we’ve got Janet Robin, killer singer/ songwriter/guitarist from LA. World-class music! And that’s only one place. I hope you all are enjoying the great variety and quality of music that’s hap’nin round here these days. May it continue to grow with us.

Dat’s all for now…

Da prez

PS:if you are interested, check out the Jams Political Supplement (attached); there are also expanded announcements and press releases in JAMSannouncements (attached)


***gig reports***


Water Canyon Coffee Company

Music now Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat…

Yucca Valley at 55844 29 Palms Highway. 760 365 7771

…This Week….

**Tuesday Jazz and Blues 6 to 8 PM**

the Fuzz Balls (local really cool and laid back blues guys)

**Thursday Night Songwriting, Poetry and Rhythm Club 7 to 9 PM **

Musical guest(s): Good Medicine (bay area wild children passing through town on tour, see

Spoken Word- Penny Seator

“spoken words are what most people remember best” Garrison Keiller

**Friday 7 to 9 PM**

Wooden Nickel (Tal, Sue, and Ted)

**Saturday Brunch 11AM to 1PM**

Dave Theriault ( classic guitar instrumentals)

**Saturday Night 8 to 10PM**

Janet Robin (LA singer-songwriter, and astounding guitar player)

(with special guest percussionist Teddy Daze)


Pappy’s Upcoming Shows:

4/1: The Bastard Sons Of Johnny Cash

4/2: Our Honky-Tonk Hero, Mike Stinson

4/3 Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion CD release party w/ Tim Easton

4/8 Michael Dart & The Flatlanders

4/9 I See Hawks in LA

4/14 Bingo Band and Ted Quinn

4/15 The Terry Hanson Band

4/16 The Blasters!

4/21 Steve Johnson

4/22&23 The Chuckwalla Festival (outside)

4/22 Honky Tonk Freestyle, Outlaw Country from Zachariah and The Lobos Riders & their few friends

4/23 Juke Logan's CD Release Party! "The Truth Will Rock You!"

4/16 The Blasters! w/ The Terry Hanson Band

4/28 The Believers "American Gothic meets Amazing Grace", Soulful Americana


Pappy and Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace is at 53688 Pioneertown Rd. in Pioneertown (4 miles North of Highway 62 on Pioneertown Rd). For information call! (760) 365-5956.


Saturday, April 9: Sun Runner Showcase: Holdstock & MacLeod. 7 p.m. A special evening of traditional British, Scottish and sea music by internationally renowned Northern California duo, Dick Holdstock and Allan MacLeod. $10. Hi-Desert Playhouse (See ‘announcements’ below for more details)


Radio 60 upcoming schedule

April 8, Patti's in Cathedral City, 35-756 Date Palm Drive, 760-770-7335, 7pm-11pm...For bookings call Greg Veach at 760-992-9226 or 760-831-9805...


Joshua Tree Music Festival May 13-15! Artists Added. Discount Tix til Apr. 15.

John Butler on Letterman Show Tonight

Tuesday, March 29th, the John Butler Trio will be the musical guests on the LATE SHOW with David Letterman (11:30pm ET/PT on CBS). Catch them on the tube tonight, and live at the Joshua Tree Music Festival Friday, May 13.

Delta Nove (high energy world funk), Vegitation (roots rock reggae), and Bingo (psychedelic folk rock) , join the Frequinox (fea. members of Galactic, 20th Congress, Greyboy Allstars, Motherbug & the Headhunters), the John Butler Trio, Zilla (fea. Michael Travis of String Cheese Incident), African Showboyz, Papa Mali, Signal Path, Hamsa Lila, Alfred Howard, Ganga Giri, Victoria Williams, Thamusemeant, Aphrodesia, Tim Easton, Shamans Dream, Spoonfed Tribe, Ken WIll Morton, Ted Quinn, Taarkastra, Spoonshine, Audio Angel & DJ Truth, Jamie Janover & Friends, and Mojow & the Vibration Army !

3 Day Festival Passes only $65(!) til April 15 Discount tix available til midnight on April 15 via the website. Magical locale. Outrageously talented eclectic lineup. Kids of all ages dancing under the stars in the shadows of the National Park.



Hello friends and family and foreigners and Foreigner lovers (I know you're out there...),

MARCH 30th - TOMORROW! Don't there or else! ARABELLA HARRISON and LOU BARLOW at the CASBAH in SAN DIEGO. Doors open at 8:30pm. Be there early or you'll miss out! This show will sell out...and I already told you, the guest list is full! I promised those really nice folks from the IRS that they could get in free if they just happened to "lose" my files...

APRIL 7th - On Thursday come back to see the full throttle, rock action, family affair that is ARABELLA HARRISON w/ BROTHERS & SISTERS (full band!) w/ MANOUK and MAQUILADORA at the CASBAH in SAN DIEGO. This show will really truly be a family affair! My dad and uncle will be there and who knows! they might be convinced to get up and play! (Where'd you think I got all my chops from anyways?? That reminds me...check out the website and click on the "sisters" arc of the rainbow to see my dad in action!)

MAY 5th - Thursday night downtown at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, come out for TNT, featuring Arabella Harrison w/ Brothers & Sisters. Celebrate spring outdoors with us!

Local music radio is the bestest!! Thanks to Al Guerra and Anya Marina for playing my songs on 91X and 94.9 respectively...Keep calling and requesting your favorites!

See you tomorrow!


*JOHN "JUKE" LOGAN's new album of EXTREME CUSTOM BLUES…in the world & IN EFFECT…




*PRODUCED by JUKE, with Gary PRIMICH, Stuart SULLIVAN & Glenn 'SENOR SOL' Nishida

"I think, all at once, this is the most REVERENT, & the most IRREVERENT, record I've made", says Logan in the liner-notes. "I think the only RULES should be that there are NO RULES. It's always important to add fresh feels & stories to the blues-mix, & I think we've done so. One should RESPECT the traditions, of course, but that doesn't mean one can't MESS with 'em…"

Buy it NOW at:

And if you're in Southern California, catch Juke and special guests LIVE at one of the following record release celebrations:

The following will feature special-guest, in from Austin, TX, GARY PRIMICH, & Juke & Gary's 'dream-band' of RICK HOLMSTROM, JEFF TURMES & JIM STARBOARD:

FRI., MARCH 25: CAFÉ BOOGALOO. Hermosa Beach, CA: 1238 Hermosa Ave., 310-318-2324 / SAT., MARCH 26: PASADENA RITZ CARLTON HOTEL (in the Blues Bar), Pasadena, CA: 1401 So. Oak Knoll Ave., 626-568-3900

Then, on the acoustic tip: THURS., MARCH 31: John "Juke" Logan & Doug MacLeod at COZY'S, Sherman Oaks, CA: 14058 Ventura Blvd., near Hazeltine, 818-986-6000 /

The following will be MULTI-MEDIA CD-RELEASE EXTRAVAGANZAS, featuring Juke with HOLMSTROM, TURMES, STEVE MUGALIAN, MICHAEL TEMPO, special guests & 'all-things-TRUTH-will-ROCK-YOU', including T-shirts, posters, temporary tattoos & other cool stuff featuring elements from the album's artwork, & the rampant signing of CD's... The VISUAL ARTISTS involved in the album's package will also have their works on display:

SAT., APRIL 9: COZY'S, Sherman Oaks, CA: 14058 Ventura Blvd., near Hazeltine, 818-986-6000 / SAT., APRIL 23: Pappy & Harriet's PIONEERTOWN PALACE, Pioneertown, CA: (in the hi-desert near Yucca Valley/Joshua Tree), 53688 Pioneertown Road, 760-365-5956 /, then click on Pappy & Harriets

THANK YOU for your support…ENJOY THE MUSIC…may the TRUTH ROCK YOU & may ye groove… -


It's time for our spring trip to California. Usually, I'd be telling you how wet it's been here all winter and how nice it will be to get dry....The tables have definitely turned, haven't they? Before heading down your way, on March 20th I will be flying to Nashville to record 4 songs. These songs will almost certainly be included on the next CD and it may even become an EP.

The exceptional Charlie Wallace, dobro and pedal steel player, will be joining us for many of these California shows. He joined us for our show at the Triple Door in Seattle in February. A very memorable evening! We made a multi-track recording that we plan to mix and release as a live CD. (more in JAMSannouncements attachment)


JAMS Announcements


(There are more details on many of the announcements in the attached JAMS pr)


Bands needed to play one hour for free for fundraiser on April 16th, 2 pm-8 pm, at The Stumps Bar and Grill in 29 Palms. Proceeds going to support Donate Life California, a nonprofit organ and tissue donation organization. For more info please call

760-898-2591 or email


Sun Runner Showcase featuring: Holdstock & MacLeod in Concert

7 p.m., Saturday, April 9, 2005 $10 admission - now get your tickets online at! Hi-Desert Playhouse 61231 29 Palms Highway, Joshua Tree

(760) 366-3777

Tickets available through Hi-Desert Playhouse box office, Rock-It-Man CDs, 56318 29 Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, The Sun Runner, 6455-C Mesquite Avenue, Twentynine Palms and

The Sun Runner Desert Arts & Entertainment Magazine, based in Twentynine Palms, California, is launching its eleventh year as the voice of the hi-desert arts community with a Sun Runner Showcase concert, featuring Holdstock & MacLeod. Dick Holdstock and Allan MacLeod are an internationally renowned musical duo from Northern California who perform traditional British, Scottish and sea music. Holdstock and MacLeod have performed and recorded together for more than 25 years, captivating audiences from coast to coast. The Sun Runner Showcase on Saturday, April 9, provides an opportunity to enjoy the music of Holdstock & MacLeod in an intimate concert setting. Beer, wine and refreshments will be available, and Dick and Allan will sign copies of their CDs after the performance. Don't miss this rare Southern California appearance of Holdstock & MacLeod at the Hi-Desert Playhouse in Joshua Tree, 7 p.m., Saturday, April 9. Doors open at 6 p.m. Shanghai Brown & friends open the concert.

For more information, please contact Steve "Shanghai" Brown, The Sun Runner, (760) 367-6410 or

Sponsored by The KX96 Hot Country, Sun Runner, Hi-Desert Publishing, Hi-Desert Playhouse, Rock-It-Man CDs and the Joshua Tree Beatnik Cafe.


Celebrate Earth Day in Yucca Valley with three top local bands

The Town of Yucca Valley’s Hi-Desert Nature Museum presents the Third Annual Conservation Fair and Earth Day Celebration on Saturday April 23rd from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The annual event will draw over 1,200 attendees. The celebration takes place at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum at the Yucca Valley Community Center. This year the event will feature three top local bands; Condor, Golden Hill Ramblers, and Vibration Army. The environmental celebration features local artists, conservation groups, landscaping information, and demonstrations. There is fun for the whole family including free face painting, free hot air balloon rides, food and refreshments, and free t-shirts and special projects for children. Current event information can be found at under Earth day 2005.


The Wizard of Oz runs until April 3rd at the Hi Desert Playhouse in Joshua Tree. For performance days and times and to secure tickets call the box office on 366-3777.


Z107-7 Radio hosts the Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council's local arts calendar 2 times a week, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 8:20. Hosted by local artist Kit Brooks. *see eligibility requirements below

Z107-7 present 2 hours each week of local musicians every Saturday from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Hosted by Mindee J. Local musicians are featured in this 2 hour show that includes interviews and some live performances.

(I hope all local musicians appreciate a radio station that is programmed right here, and doesn’t get it’s content off a satellight. This is a disappearing breed and a valuable resource, please support it.)


*ELIGIBLITY REQUIREMENTS for the art announcements on the “MBCAC Z107-7 FM radio art calendar announcements by Kit Brooks”:

“Individual(s) requesting Z107-7 FM radio to announce an art event in the allocated time slot from the MBCAC weekly art calendar on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8:20am, must be a current Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council Member. The location of the art event must be located at a not-for-profit business, and/or solely be an art gallery that does not sell food. Submitted Art Events that take place at a for-profit business will not be announced on Z107-7, unless the business is strictly an art gallery or strictly a non-profit organization.”


Hi Steve,

A new nonprofit organization, Skys the Limit, is working on a really cool project to build an observatory in Twentynine Palms.

The group is holding a fundraiser, the first ever Cactus Flower Festival, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 23 (Earth Day weekend) at Luckie Park in Twentynine Palms.

There will be a multitude of activities, including live music. They're looking for a variety of musical acts to perform at the event (obviously there's no pay involved since it's a fundraiser for the observatory project). They could also use someone to handle the sound, etc.

If anyone is interested, they can contact Jerri Hagman, chairwoman of the Skys

the Limit committee, at her business Homestead Inn Bed and Breakfast,

760-367-0030 or her toll free number: 877-367-0030.

For more information, check out the organization's new Web site,

CALL FOR ART and Music at the Cactus Flower Festival!

When: April 23, 2005, 11am to 7pm

Where: Luckie Park, 29 Palms (outside)

Why: Fund raiser for the Observatory to be built in 29 Palms, at the north entrance to the JTNParkl

Sponsored by: Sky's The Limit

Contact: JERRI HAGMAN of the Homestead Inn at 367-0030 if you are an artist interested in selling your art or doing your music outside at Luckie Park on April 23 as a fund raiser for the Observatory, to be built adjacent to the north entrance of JTNP


The Morongo Valley Trail Riders Association is sponsoring Western Days on May 14 & 15, 2005 at Covington Park in Morongo Valley. We will have arts & crafts, food, games, a parade, music and dancing. Artists and food vendors are invited to set up a booth for the weekend. Our flyer is attached. Please feel free to contact Karen Lowe at (760) 363-7888 for more information. Vendor applications gladly sent out upon request.


April 23, 2005 - JT Chamber of Commerce Annual Turtle Days Street Fair - "Earth Day" Celebration. Great live music, Gifts, Food, Kids' activities. (760) 366-3723. Location: Park Blvd, Joshua Tree. Vendors welcome - call for application and information. Waste Management will bring containers for Recycling for the community. There will be alternative fuel vehicles displayed, oil recycling station, and lots of arts/crafts vendors. FREE.


Janet Braley invites you to visit the Hi-Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley to view her exhibition of dynamic ceramic sculpture. View the attachment for a sample of Janet's ceramic sculpture. The museum is located at 58116 Hwy 62, 369.7212, where the YV Community Center and City Hall buildings are located. Janet Braley's ceramic sculptures will be on display until April 24th, enjoy the exhibit!

Interested in exhibiting at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum or the 29 Palms Inn? Contact MBCAC Exhibition Director, Cathy Allen, to schedule your exhibit.


(for CD Baby users – from Derek Sivers)

Beware of emails that come through your CD Baby page, and sound something like this:

"I am a retailer located in London, i will love to Order for 80 copies of your Cds,please Kindly get back to me with the total cost excluding shippment,Cause i have my shipper intact,Please get back to me as soon as possible..I await your Urgent response." or "... highly interested in buying 60 COPIES OF YOUR CD, ... i will like this transaction to be fast due to the urgency involved in the need of it, concerning payment,money order or certified cashier cheque will be issue to you as my client in USA will be paying you"

I've had an alarming number of people forward me these, so whoever is doing it is visiting hundreds of CD Baby pages and trying to trick anyone they can.

More info, here:

Ordinarily I wouldn't clutter your email box with something that probably won't affect you, but I figured it'd be worth it if I could prevent even one person from being fooled by this.


(the long-lost Wally I)

Stockholm Syndrome's Counter-Clock World has been nominated for a Jammy in the 'Song of the Year' category! The 5th Annual Jammys will be hosted by Phil Lesh and will take place April 26th, 2005 at The Theater @ Madison Square Garden. You can visit the following url to vote for Stockholm Syndrome's Counter-Clock World:

Stockholm Syndrome has also made a live track & the studio version of Counter-Clock World available on the website for download in honor of the Jammy nomination! To download these songs, visit the 'Media' page of the website:

Eric McFadden & Wally Ingram - &

Eric & Wally just finished the album "Alektraphobia" with guests including Les Claypool, Keb Mo, Pete Sears, Nels Cline (Wilco), Juan Nelson (Ben Harper), James Whiton and many more. It's a great album with 5 Grammy winners! Here are the upcoming tour dates in support of the new album:


Comics Invade Twentynine Palms April 2

Comics on Patrol return to Twentynine Palms on April Fools Weekend with 2 shows on Saturday, April 2nd.

Comics on Patrol is the brain child of Comic/Producer Al E. Katz owner of Funny Farm Entertainment. Katz has been putting on shows in 29 Palms for the last couple of years at the Theater and on the Base to rave reviews. He always brings a new collection of comics with him, all with different styles and perspectives and guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. These shows will feature 5 wonderful comics who tour the comedy circuit.

The first show will be at Theater 29 at 8pm. Tickets are $15. This will be the "PG" show. The Theater is located at 73637 Sullivan road in Twenty Nine Palms. It is recommended that you call to reserve tickets, as this event should sell out. Tickets can be reserved by calling the theater at (760) 367-6563.

The second show will be later that night at The Stumps Bar and Grill at around 9:30pm. This will be an "R" rated show. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance at the Bar or at the door. The Stumps Sports Bar & Grill is located at 5947 Adobe Road Call for more information at 760-367-4574.(more in announcements attachments)


ChuckwallaFest gives you an opportunity to: Look Great to Your Friends & Support Arts For Kids on the cheap!

ChuckwallaFest Pre-sale Tickets now available at only $2 each This means you can drop a mere $10 and take four of your favorite people to the first outdoor event of the year -- what a deal! (each ticket good for one day)

What: ChuckwallaFest '05 -- Two Evenings of Music & Art in the (blooming) High Desert When: April 22nd & 23rd, Friday 4-12, Saturday 2-12 Where: Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace Who: Presented by High Desert Living Arts Why: IT's FUN! + Provides in-school and summer arts programs for our local kids

Find tickets at these following locations: In Yucca Valley: The Pottery & Rock-It-Man In Joshua Tree: The Beatnik & Coyote Corner

For more info, visit

Rock On!

Amara Alban MazAmar Creations The Pottery

55838 29Palms Hwy Yucca Valley, CA 92284

760-369-3363 Phone

760-369-3388 Fax Our Blog


National Trails Day

Healthy Trails, Healthy People

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve invites the public to celebrate National Trails Day, Saturday, April 2, 2005, and will host an open house and a series of hikes, bird walks, demonstrations and exhibits throughout the day.\ (more in announcements attachment


Wildflower alert 3.29.05 Joshua Tree and area

Hello, This is the latest alert. For those who do not want to open attachments please go to the Press Room where you will also find pictures in both 72 dpi, and 300 dpi.

An excellent place to view acres of dandelions, lupines, pincushion, and other annuals is on Sheephole Pass starting at the Pass and going north for several miles.

The southern end of JTNP is still excellent for anything that blooms yellow. The lupine have peaked. The dune primroses are still excellent east on Hwy 62, especially beyond Ironage Rd. especially on the banks of the washes. New pictures are going up on the web site so take a look.

If you have any questions or suggestions please contact me.

Pat Flanagan Twentynine Palms Chamber of Commerce 6455-A Mesquite Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277 (760) 367-3445 FAX: (760) 367-3366 email:












(From The Mighty Quinn)* if you don't already know, kevin's cd is not the only new release in the oven. surprise! monet and i are expecting a child in late august and now we've seen the pictures. it's a boy! what better school of life than this community of joshua tree...thank you for all your warm thoughts!! attentive baby sitters & absent-minded professors, inquire within.

** bingo band and i are doing a show at pappy & harriet's on thursday, april 14. hope y'all come up!!

*** always, love & thanks to the beatnik cafe's michael & linnea for letting us air our hearts and souls on their little stage, sending it out to the ears of the world at (every wednesday, friday saturday & sunday LIVE!)

*º* and all of the above (except for baby), plus many other luminous players, will join forces for chuckwalla 2005 , also at pappy's, on friday & saturday, april 22 & 23.


JAMS Comments

What a good time I had last night at the Minor Swing/Friends gig last night!!!! I felt like one of the chosen few to experience the great music!!! So put me on your mailing list!!!!…Pat


Hey Steve. I just wanted to drop a line and tell you how much I appreciated your and Jon's and Tal's and (I haven't met the soprano lady yet) SET the other night. Those songs really took me back and you sang them so good. When you ever want a banjo player for anything let me know. I know all them old tunes. also when you were singing I'll fly away - try "will the circle be unbroken" at the same time check it out

thanks again, that made my week. bing

(great set at the WC Sat, Bingo!)


Hi Steve,

Good newsletter. Who's piece is the Predictions 2005 (It feels like I may have read it recently)?

Also...Got 2 of Dr. Meyers' Sermon piece, no "...Midnight Frenzy," and no JPS.



Amazon lists:

The Coming Global Superstorm by Art Bell, Whitley Strieber (Paperback)

So I would guess the author is, or is purported to be, Whitley Strieber of Communion fame.



I belive the author is Whitly Strieber (dont know if the spelling is right) He wrote Coming Global Superstorm with Art Bell - Check out www. to check out the spelling… Ellen


“American moguls, snake-oil salesmen and politicians looking to score riches or power will stop at little if they feel it is in their interests to exploit God to achieve those ends.”

Frank Rich (see JAMS Political Supplement)


“Imagine if George Bush declared that he was getting rid of his limousine for an armor-plated Ford Escape hybrid, adopting a geo-green strategy and building an alliance of neocons, evangelicals and greens to sustain it. His popularity at home - and abroad - would soar. The country is dying to be led on this. Instead, he prefers to squander his personal energy trying to take apart the New Deal and throwing red meat to right-to-life fanatics. What a waste of a presidency. How will future historians explain it?” (see JAMS Political Supplement)



I am emailing because I haven't received your newsletter lately. Maybe you are just taking a well deserved vacation. Or hopefully I have not fallen off the list.

Looking forward to receiving the newsletter again, Dave

Dave Haworth Visions by Dave Photographer

760.366.2537 Direct

760.898.4188 Cell

(dave, the list is probably getting filtered by your email provider. I’m sorry to say I haven’t had a break)


Hey Steve,

Thanks for listing the upcoming BIG & GOOD yard sale in Joshua Tree! A few notes:

- It's now up to seven people/families (and counting) coming to sell stuff Fri-Sun 4/8-4/10 - Focus is on quality stuff for sale: one person is closing their vintage clothes store for the weekend to sell at the sale! - It'll be on Rick & Brenda's property across from the Circle K in Joshua Tree, next to their tattoo parlor Thee Ink Cup

Best wishes from New York and see you all soon! Send an email if any questions. I can't speak for anyone else just yet, but my stuff will include good stereo gear, AR studio monitors, surround sound system, 36" glass-screen tv, 200 disk changer (2 of them?), a guitar or two, good books, a collection of ~500 cds, some music gear--crate amp, monitor, furniture, art, a few antiques, solid oak bookcases, office supplies, kitchen stuff, EVERYTHING from my entire old house, etc. Most will go to best offer since I don't feel like hauling anything back East.



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