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Dog Talk Radio Show/Music & Art

The Silas Marder Gallery at the Scope Art Fair
March 2-6, 2011
320 West Street (West Side Highway)
Across from Pier 40
Booth #B31

The Silas Marder Gallery
P.O. Box 1261
120 Snake Hollow Road
Bridgehampton, NY 11932

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Radio Show
March 3, 2011

 Hosted by Tracie Hotchner

Hal Herzog and his fascinating book SOME WE LOVE, SOME WE HATE, SOME WE EAT: Why It's So Hard to Think Straight About Animals; Jane Angelich and her super-award-winning SUPER-COLLAR, a collar and leash in one; David Forman and Tracie discuss how Weruva came to be and they announce WINNERS OF THE CUTEST KITTY PHOTO CONTEST! -- with top prizes a case of Weruva and Best Feline Friend from and runners-up a bottle of Nordic Naturals Omega-3 Pet Oil! Also, check out the unique, useful and funny new chew-or-throw dog toy called  Fetchstix from the folks at Wagatha's.

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Terrence McManus: Soul, No Soul

Musical forms created by juxtapositions of spontaneous variations in pulse and meter.

Wednesday, March 16
8pm, one set

Terrence McManus-guitar
John Hebert-bass
Randy Peterson-drums

376 9th St.
Park Slope, Brooklyn

Brand new recordings!

Transcendental Numbers
(w/Mark Helias & Gerry Hemingway) :

Brooklyn EP (solo) :

Below the Surface of (w/Gerry Hemingway) :

"All great guitarists find a voice inside the instrument, but Terrence
McManus hit on an entirely new language.
" -Gambit (New Orleans)

I am convinced he represents a new voice on the instrument."-Gerry Hemingway
Born in Brooklyn, New York, guitarist Terrence McManus grew up in New Jersey and Connecticut.
He has performed at Carnegie Hall, the New York Guitar Festival, the New Orleans Jazz National
Historic Park, and the inaugural month at John Zorn's The Stone.
In 2008 Terrence was featured in the book, State of the Axe: Guitar Masters in Photographs and Words, by legendary photographer Ralph Gibson. 
Terrence has taught at Loyola University, the University of New Orleans,  the University of Nebraska, The New School in New York City and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts.

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