Ant Cellar show featuring :The Network, The Binary Code, Gloominus Doom, Hivesmasher, and Drive-By Bukkake. Woah. Thursday May 6, 2010 at 8:30 p.m.

Former Lowellian shoppe Birke's will be explored through the film Browsing Through Birke's on Tuesday May 18th at 6 p.m. The film, being shown at the Lowell Historical Park Visitor Center, spun off a 1994 exhibit which explores the vintage store, which not only sold garments but served as a social gathering spot for many locals. Free admission.

Fallout Announcement from Punky T-South:
Live from the Fallout Shelter will be having In The Audience play a set on the show tonight! In The Audience is an indie pop band from Portland Maine, which is cool because we never have people from Maine play the show! The band sounds a lot like Anthony Green and Say Anything...except folkier. In other words, really good stuff!

So tune in Monday night from 8 to 11PM, In The Audience will be on at 930PM. You can check the band out at
LALA is shutting down, which is lalame. The web service has been a valuble way of finding music, by supporting tons of artsists. One of it's best features enables a user to listen to an entire song once and then keeping to it a 30-second sample. Below is a copy of the email sent to all users.

Dear [username],

The Lala service will be shut down on May 31st.

In appreciation of your support over the last five years, you will receive a credit in the amount of your Lala web song purchases for use on Apple's iTunes Store. If you purchased and downloaded mp3 songs from Lala, those songs will continue to play as part of your local music library.

Remaining wallet balances and unredeemed gift cards will be converted to iTunes Store credit (or can be refunded upon request). Gift cards can be redeemed on Lala until May 31st.

Click here or visit for more information, or to view Lala's Terms of Service.

Thank you.


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