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 on: Today at 02:49:10 AM 
Started by euro60 - Last post by euro60
Hmm, isn't on the club's website, or posted on the club's facebook page. Last minute booking?
I don't think Yacht Side is very good in posting these things,,, it was announced on Leggy's facebook a while back, and again the other day.

Anyway, there was a nice crowd for this, and Leggy absolutely killed it IMHO. The 2 new songs were great.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:15:32 PM 
Started by Cockney Rebel - Last post by Butter

You have to have a cable provider that allows access to the WatchESPN app, it's on there.  If not, I am not sure.

App?  As in phone or tablet app?

No, there's a Roku app, or whatever you would prefer to call it.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:46:05 PM 
Started by euro60 - Last post by Drjohnrock
Hmm, isn't on the club's website, or posted on the club's facebook page. Last minute booking?

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 on: Yesterday at 04:22:50 PM 
Started by euro60 - Last post by euro60
From Leggy:

We will have new shirts, new CDs & tapes, and new SONGS at our show with Mannequin Pussy and Dinge tonight (Friday) at northside_yacht_club 💚💕💚💕💚 free show , 9:30 pm

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 on: Yesterday at 02:59:18 PM 
Started by Cockney Rebel - Last post by Kwyjibo

You have to have a cable provider that allows access to the WatchESPN app, it's on there.  If not, I am not sure.

App?  As in phone or tablet app?

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 on: Yesterday at 02:32:21 PM 
Started by Cockney Rebel - Last post by Butter
Similar question, where can I watch the OJ thing?  I tried the ESPN channel on our Roku but it's just clips of Sports Center etc.  I don't think our On-Demand channels include ESPN, though I could be wrong on that.

You have to have a cable provider that allows access to the WatchESPN app, it's on there.  If not, I am not sure.

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 on: Yesterday at 02:29:56 PM 
Started by Cockney Rebel - Last post by Butter

41. Next Goal Wins - 9

Now THIS on the other hand... wow.  Documentary about the American Samoa men's national soccer team that opens with the images from a loss to Australia by a score of 31-0.  That's right, a major international friendly ended in a 31-0 score.  How do you rebound from something like that?  Watch and learn.

If you like soccer, this is a can't miss.  There is a lot of great stuff about the American Samoa culture in here... including learning that this exists in Samoan society.  There is also some surprisingly riveting soccer footage in here, but it is mostly an underdog story.

How did you watch this? Is it a 30 for 30?

No, it's just on regular Netflix streaming.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:04:24 PM 
Started by Cockney Rebel - Last post by Kwyjibo
Similar question, where can I watch the OJ thing?  I tried the ESPN channel on our Roku but it's just clips of Sports Center etc.  I don't think our On-Demand channels include ESPN, though I could be wrong on that.

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 on: Yesterday at 12:14:20 PM 
Started by Cockney Rebel - Last post by c-lando

41. Next Goal Wins - 9

Now THIS on the other hand... wow.  Documentary about the American Samoa men's national soccer team that opens with the images from a loss to Australia by a score of 31-0.  That's right, a major international friendly ended in a 31-0 score.  How do you rebound from something like that?  Watch and learn.

If you like soccer, this is a can't miss.  There is a lot of great stuff about the American Samoa culture in here... including learning that this exists in Samoan society.  There is also some surprisingly riveting soccer footage in here, but it is mostly an underdog story.

How did you watch this? Is it a 30 for 30?

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 on: Yesterday at 10:39:53 AM 
Started by euro60 - Last post by Drjohnrock
I haven't been following Pygmalion all that long so I don't know what types of acts they've booked in past years.  I do know that Pygmalion is similar to (the old) Midpoint in using multiple venues.  The Big Ears festival in Knoxville (which I believe hasn't been around nearly as long as MidPoint and Pygmalion) also uses multiple venues.  It is held earlier in the year.  Big Ears seems to aim for headlining acts that don't tour all that much.  The most recent Big Ears fest had Anthony Braxton and, I believe, Sunn 0))) (or however that's spelled).

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