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September 24, 2015

INDIEcent Exposure #13 — Canadian Roots Songstress Oh Susanna at The BarN

Suzie Ungerleider of Oh Susanna; photo by Heather Pollock
Suzie Ungerleider of Oh Susanna; photo by Heather Pollock

She’s driving over 400 miles to sing for you. Just for you.

Suzie Ungerleider of Oh Susanna; photo by Heather Pollock
Suzie Ungerleider of Oh Susanna; photo by Heather Pollock

We spoke with Suzie Ungerleider, eponymous member of Oh Susanna, about her new album, “Name Dropper,” which is a triumph of creativity, community, and collaboration. You’ll fall hard for her infectious laughter and optimism. Powerful medicine (along with the aforementioned community and collaboration) in her fight against breast cancer, diagnosed just in time to interrupt the final stages of the release’s production.

In addition to our conversation, we play “Wait Until The Sun Comes Up” and “1955.”

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The Top Left Corner #19: Preliminary Elections, Same Old Issues?

The preliminary election results put John Barrett III and Richard Acombright on the election ballot for November.
The preliminary election results put John Barrett III and Richard Acombright on the election ballot for November; photo courtesy iBerkshires.com

Tammy Daniels discusses the results of the preliminary elections in North Adams and Pittsfield

 

The preliminary election results put John Barrett III and Richard Acombright on the election ballot for November.
The preliminary election results put John Barrett III and Richard Acombright on the election ballot for November; photo courtesy iBerkshires.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just a little more than one bruising month of political skirmishes to find out who among yesterday’s elections winners will lead their cities through the thorny political, fiscal, and social issues that seem a long way from resolutions.

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