V.18 No.51 |
The Daily Word 12.17.09: Pickup trucks, El Paso, flashers
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Thu Dec 17 2009 8:53 AM ]
Sec. of State Clinton pledges that the U.S. will help raise $100 billion for climate aid fund.
Bengals' receiver (football player) dies after falling out of the back of a pickup truck.
Extra flu vaccines available.
How will state furloughs affect public defenders?
Incomes for college-educated workers are growing fastest in ... El Paso, TX. Downside? Living in El Paso, TX.
Drinking water may be legal and yet still dangerous.
Man exonerated, released from prison after 35 years.
Fighting to give birth the way you want.
A flasher is arrested after a driver, startled by the lady-flasher's breasts, hits her.
Texas school district cracks down on hipster wear.
It's Eugene Levy's birthday.
V.16 No.7 | 2/15/2007
The Irish Brothers
By Simon McCormack
The Irish Brothers
While the Orange County power-trio The Irish Brothers are about as Irish as, well, any American with an Irish surname, that doesn’t mean they have a disadvantage against the aforementioned Celtic challengers. Any band that can write a surf-rock riff with serious horsepower like the one in The Irish Brothers’ “How We Are” deserves a slot in our faux competition. With gasoline-soaked vocals and a sound that is equal parts Social D and Johnny Cash, The Irish Brothers seem poised to set the Los Angeles punkabilly scene ablaze.
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