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Friday Link Dump: Huey Lewis Edition


Every Friday we'll be scouring the internets for tidbits of randomness, local and otherwise, to help you tick minutes off the clock until quittin' time. Here's this week's installment.


On the home front …

Working Models, Greg Davis & Ben Vida

Ad Hoc's Michael Sugarman has a favorable review of the new collaboration between Burlington's Greg Davis and Ben Vida, Working Models.

Former Seven Days music freelancer Will Ryan has caught on as a critic at Beats Per Minute. He's a fan of the dark new record from the Haxan Cloak, Evacuation.

The website for this year's Waking Windows festival is live.

Betcha didn't know the most depressing (and hilarious) job interview ever happened recently in Burlington. 

Ever lament, er, wonder how many Kickstarter campaigns there have been in Vermont? (And which ones were or weren't successful?) Wonder no more

And in nonlocal happenings…

Would you be more or less likely to see Fast 6 if it were filmed using remote-controlled cars?

Hey hey, my my. Rock and roll will never die … at least if Maroon 5's Adam Levine and his alleged harem of groupies and drugs have anything to say about it. 

Or David Lee Roth, for that matter.

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