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Note; Some things posted there may be a repeat on here, but I'm more likely to post - with a free feeling in my chest - right where you are.
The Shepherdstown Opera House always has something entertaining going on and coming up within the next couple of weeks are a couple of musical entertainers.
On June 13th at 8pm we have blues Sensation Jarekus Singleton performing songs from his new album Refuse to Lose. He’ll be strumming that iconic guitar of his for the pleasure of all who attend.
On June 25th at 8pm, the group known as The Dustbowl Revival will be performing songs from their various albums. Every performance is planned as they go, so each one is different; If you’ve seen them before, go again!
I did get the chance to interview both of these groups. If you’d like to hear these, head over to the ESPN 1340 blog here a couple days before each performance. Have a wonderful day everyone!
Ever seen a family member or coworker have a post-it note over their webcam and called them crazy? They may not be so crazy after all. Co-founder and security consultant from Casaba Security, Jason Glassberg, tells the Panhandle Spotlight listeners about hackers that use a program known as “Blackshades” that allows them to remotely operate your computer and any devices attached to it - this includes webcams. Check out the blog for ESPN 1340 AM to get all the information on how hackers operate and ways to avoid them.
Listen in as President of bicycle group, the Panhandle Padalers, and Meals on Wheels Jefferson County PR, Jennifer Watland, talk about their upcoming fundraiser on May 31st.
This event will include a 65 mi route (though there are other routes available) along Rt 9 and a poker run where cyclists can win small prizes. It’s $20 to register and all the proceeds will be going to Meals on Wheels. Meals on Wheels bring complete meals to people who are homebound and can’t get a meal on their own, providing human interaction as well as food.
You told me last summer
How you wanted to draw my hands
That they were rough
That night I used my hands
To draw pictures on your body
And trace my lust
Across your spine
You drew my face instead
A portrait of the man you love
We had grown close
I held your heart
But at night when you’re cold
I still use you as a canvas
And with my hands
Spell out your name
An artist - wineandtobacco (via wineandtobacco)
Mercy Killers, a one man performance written and produced by actor Michael Milligan, will be coming to West Virginia Eastern Panhandle areas March 28th - April 2nd. This traveling show brings to center stage the problems within our country’s healthcare system; why it doesn’t work very well for people who are self-employed or work in the art fields. Mercy Killers follows main character, Joe, as he goes through describing the premises of his wife’s recent death and the struggles they faced with her medical bills. Inspired by a couple of Mike’s own experieces with people he’s close to having their lives destroyed by medical debt, this performance is bound to open your eyes.
ADMISSION IS FREE.
To hear my interview with Michael, check out my radio blog at WEPM.com on Wednesday March 26th.
What have I gotten into?
Something so strong I can’t even feel
Everyday is still normal
I still feel the same
But every sensation is a little more real
I don’t know why I went and did this.
You’re racing through all of my veins
Just thinking of those moments
I speed up
I can’t tell if I’m sane or insane
You aren’t the first to chase me.
Refusal was always my go to
But this is different
This is stronger
What sort of storm have I got up & walked through?
I can’t think for 2 seconds without you.
Every scene and scent fills my mind
The way you gaze softly
The way you kiss passionately
I keep forgetting that you are not mine
Continually telling myself I feel nothing.
But my heart is picking up the pace
I’m just thinking
You’re no where near
But it’s like I’ve entered a whole new race
Never have I felt so overtaken.
Every sentence spoken echoes within
I am chasing
Something I can’t have
Have I committed a terrible sin?
Your laughter is everything I need.
Reminders that there’s joy in your life
Even if I’m left on my own
Standing solitary in the wind
I wouldn’t ever wish you any strife..
You are thoughts & understanding
Through drunken eyes & sober words
When I look at you I’m landing
Every syllable spoken is heard
Your lips on mine speak passion
A language known in only my dreams
The style of it is old fashion
But it rethreads the gaps in my seams
It’s windy and cold, it was raining
Not that it matters within these four walls
You whisper some words about staying
Something else about starting to fall
I try to swim back to the surface
Crash back into the real world
I get the feeling that I can’t cure this
Inhaling your breath sends my mind in a twirl
Someone once tried to tell me about time
The doctor traveled it a thousand trips over
Can’t remember that this is not mine
And it’s time I refaced my covers
Summer stars flicker within chilly air
we dance around joking, we don’t have a care.
Nothin but you and me beneath the watchful sky
laughing oblivious to the world to pass by.
Chase me, embrace me, as we tumble down
with a smile like yours, I never can frown.
Catching our breaths, something else catches us
not sure what it is but lets get it, we must!
Drawn like a magnet to a light in your eye
it tugs at my heart strings, stealing a sigh.
Suddenly perfection is touching my face
fireworks, explosions, burst out in space.
Covered in quick ice, before wrapped in your fire
who knew a small kiss