Amy DeSombre recalled one of her oldest friends as a good mother and a funny, fun-loving woman with a passion for life. Another friend remembers long conversations they would have late into the night in high school and beyond.
Tom Lynn of Radnor-Winston makes a gallant appearance on Jeopardy as 50 friends, former colleagues and family members gather to watch on TV at the Zen West cantina on York Road. Lynn led several times during the game and got final Jeopardy right. But so did the woman who was leading at the end, so she won. Still, the bar crowd gave Lynn a standing ovation.
Tom Lynn of Radnor-Winston, a retired Boys' Latin School teacher, is going to Zen West restaurant Monday evening, to watch himself on Jeopardy! He is a contestant this week and invited all of his friends to come watch with him. He is not allowed to say if he won.
Nate Allan sat on a four-legged stool, knees bent showing the tear in his gray skinny jeans, naked feet perched on the rungs of the stool. He leaned forward into the microphone. "Thanks guys for coming out today," he said to the handful of teens sitting on the metal bleachers in front of the stage set up at the Harford County Farm Fair in Bel Air. "It's real hot out here so I'm gonna make this my last song."
Jeff Aug has moved so far in his career as a guitarist that he now lives in a town in southern Germany, but he's returning to the town where he grew up, Laurel, for a solo concert on Friday, June 1 at 8 p.m. at Montpelier Arts Center
This week is is lighter on marquee shows than last, when we had both BRUUUCE and Van Halen. We have Rye Rye and Real Estate, plus a Hunx and His Punx and Big Freedia in our regular round-up of the week's most notable concerts. Ticket prices do not reflect any additional surcharges and taxes.
This, as the new series of t-shirts telegraph, is the ¿A Different Kind of Truth¿ tour, not 1984. Van Halen is now a family affair, and they want to party with as many of you as possible, simultaneously.