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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Daily Digest: D.D. Honeycutt, Ditto, 'Treme,' Fun Cash Facts

Posted By on Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 3:49 PM


This afternoon, local film cats Levi Agee and Collin Buchanan premiered the pilot for second episode of their new online movie talk show, "Movie's World." Someone should have given them the memo that while Conway School Board candidate Dwight David Honeycutt went viral, it hardly makes him Andre Bazin. He's a public servant. They pay dearly for the oversight. [via COTR Twitter]

The ever-newsworthy Beth Ditto is set to release a memoir this September. Co-written by Michelle Tea, the San Franciscan queercore poet/author, the book will be named after a track on their third album, 'Coal to Diamonds.' I'm really looking forward to the inevitable movie adaptation that'll be one part 'Coal Miner's Daughter' and one part 'Precious.' (No, really: it'll be awesome.)

If you guys are anything like me, you've spent the last two days squawking away about the first episode of 'Treme.' It's damn unbelievable thanks in no small part to the music: here's a stream of every track from the episode, including one track recorded in Hot Springs by the Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra.

78 additional reasons why Johnny Cash is the best.

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