N Roll Heaven
Orlando's best bet for 12"s, 45s, LPs, CDs and cassettes
of all genres.
of the Inevitable Winners presents his site of "not so
politically correct commentary."
No, it's not a
porno site. This is Webmaster Mike's new gallery of his murals,
finishes, artwork etc.
Living the Fantasy
of Nothing but Babaganoosh,
self-avowed "girl-next-door heavy metal novelist,"
lets us follow her as she begins her foray into the world
of publishing. First up, her novel about the adventures of
Suzanne Curtis (hmmm... where have we heard that name before?)
lead Screaming Sonic Death Monkey of TDC & the SSDMs,
designed this tribute to his teammates/permanent barstool
According to Lauren 101
of the Lethal Amoebas expounds
on breweries in eastern Pennsylvania, the Orioles, her musical
choices and her family (not necessarily listed in order of
out Tony of Team Shot in the
Dark's website. You'll find daily original cartoons, some
fine graphic design work, and many things feline (and canine).
from Virginia and now based in Baltimore, Damion Wolfe is
a singer/songwriter and skilled percussive guitarist. What
is a percussive guitarist, you might ask? Catch one of his
extensive East Coast tours which run from Georgia to Massachusetts
each month. His cover list of songs includes Counting Crows,
Beatles, Crashtest Dummies, Stevie Wonder, STP, Matchbox 20,
Bob Marley, etc., but it is his original compositions that
set him apart from the rest. Lyrical confessions smothered
in melody with a generous helping of talented fretwork penetrating
the souls of all who gather. He's also a really nice guy.
Brewery, Mount Joy
Sutter Inn, Lititz
examples of the artist's abstracts, digital art, landscapes
and rock art.
Melissa does her
radio show every weekday at the ungodly hour of 4 to 6 A.M.
on Orlando's REAL Radio, WTKS-FM
(104.1 F.M.) You can listen to a live feed of her show here.
David is a consummate
entertainer/juggler/contortionist/musician/comic and self-avowed
professional freak who has to be seen to be believed. And
he's even more bizarre than Chris Ivey (if that's possible).