Crippled inside by Jacob Jeffries duo at Cogswell Plaza, Palo Alto

hey these kids from new york are pretty good

originals and an old john lennon chestnut, keyboard, guitar and vokes

Jacob Jeffries and Jimmy Powers playing John Lennon

Jacob Jeffries and Jimmy Powers playing John Lennon

Kudos to Ali Williams, Russ Cohen and Stanford Federal Credit Union for a great season. When I ran for City Council in 2009, one of the only things on my platform, in the ballot statement booklet, is that I thought it odd to cut a $20,000 music series, the Brown Bag, from a $100 million budget. So I was glad when five years later it was restored, thanks to privatizing and a sponsor.

edit to add, I posted this under the article about last night’s PATC i did attend mostly:

Or as Ben Folds says, if you can’t draw a crowd, draw dicks on a wall.
(and I actually get paid to do this, more or less)

look it up.

Didn’t catch Commissioner Alcheck’s analogy about the rolled oats lobby relative to the billion dollar building industry here putting tremendous pressure on leadership to build build build. I’d trade rolled oats to dollars to doughnuts that my opinion means dick or in this case big bagel to the powers that be.

I get paid but not as much as the $1.7 million people in Berkeley who are magically helping the ouija board we call the comp plan, or Laura Stetson the consultant to last night’s shin-dig, probably rakes in $1,000 an hour, from Pasadena.

Or, as Randy Newman says, via joe cocker or jacob jeffries: leave your hat on.

–mark weiss reporting from cogswell plaza nooner, forgetting which hat i am wearing today of my several


About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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