February 19, 2010

Friday’s Leftovers: Wilco Webcast

As DaveO mentioned in Last Week’s Sauce, Chicago natives Wilco will offer a free webcast of tomorrow night’s sold-out show from Madison, WI through their website. The action starts at

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The Hidden Track Retweet

Let’s take a look at four recent tweets of interest… Pearl Jam announced they will return to NBC’s Saturday Night Live to perform a couple of songs from last year’s

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F4tF: NYC Food Events This Weekend

It’s been a while since I did a round up of food events taking place in New York City so I thought I’d take a break from the travel postings and let our New York readers know what is going on and worth checking out.

ESB Dead

From Time Out New York:

Harlem soul-food ace Charles Gabriel brings his act to midtown for this weekly special. Twenty-five bucks buys three pieces of fried chicken, two sides, corn bread and banana pudding. Music from honky-tonk piano player Benjamin Healy sweetens the deal. Aretsky’s Patroon, 160 E 46th St between Lexington and Third Aves (212-883-7373). 5–11pm, $25.

Join Top Chef’s Tom Colicchio at a star-studded fund-raiser for the Hungry in America Project, a multimedia campaign (including a forthcoming documentary produced by Colicchio) to raise awareness of the 49 million Americans who must struggle to get food. Rub shoulders with Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore as you munch on canapés and small plates from the Colicchio & Sons kitchen. Tickets are available at thefeedfoundation.org; if you shell out a grand, you’ll be invited to an exlusive Colicchio-cooked meal at the restaurant from 6 to 7pm. Colicchio & Sons, 85 Tenth Ave between 15th and 16th Sts (212-400-6699). 7–9pm, $250–$1,000. READ ON for more happenings for foodies in NYC…

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Picture Show: Trey in Milwaukee

Last night, Trey Anastasio and TAB rocked the historic Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee. For the ensemble’s first Midwest gig, they dusted off one of the gems from the Voltz days, Spin, complete with its heady, ambient jam.


[All photos by Matt Edlhuber]

Also, just as with the group’s previous show at Terminal 5, Big Red ended the first set by donning an acoustic for a selection of Phish songs including the first-ever unplugged performance of Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan and the first acoustic Backwards Down The Number Line since 2008.

Our new pal Matt Edlhuber shot the show for us and sent back a number of fantastic photos. READ ON to check out the complete set of photos…

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Friday Mix Tape: CPR Edition

You know what they say; you can’t keep a good blog down. After suffering a near death experience on account of the demise of Imeem and its subsequent sale to

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Announcing: Nateva Festival Initial Lineup

A few weeks back, news surfaced that the Northeast would be getting a new “jam-friendly” music summer festival dubbed the Nateva Music & Camping Festival. Set to take place over

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Televised Tune: On The Tube This Weekend

VH1 Classic airs the documentary Soul Train: The Hippest Train in America this Sunday at 3:30PM. Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of The Roots provides the score for this profile of the

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