I’ll be spending most of Monday September 18 celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the School of Information and Library Science here at UNC-CH. Amongst the speakers tomorrow beginning at 2 pm are Deanna Marcum, Associate Librarian for Library Services, Library of Congress; Michael C. Ruettgers, Senior Advisor and retired Chairman, EMC Corporation; Robert Martin (Ph.D. ‘88) Professor, Lillian Bradshaw Endowed Chair and Professor at Texas Women’s University School of Library and Information Science who will present a tribute to Dr. Louis Round Wilson (namesake of Louis Round Wilsock).
Saturday Sept 23 will see the First Annual Play it Forward Benefit Concert on the Southern Village Green, Chapel Hill NC 5pm-11pm. This special evening will feature live music, food, drinks and information booths. Put on by Rock Against Cancer.
Featuring the following Bands:
• The Old Ceremony
• High & Mighties
• Joceifus Rifle
• Union Jack
And Isaac Akers on fiddle.
On Sunday, the Carrboro Music Festival will feature 150 combos at 21 different venues within only a few blocks of each other. This little ole movie will help explain why 10,000 people came to listen to music in Carrboro last year.
The new Radio Club at Smith Middle School is now running the WCOM Sunday 2 – 4 slot at 103.5 LPFM. They are looking for a title and a theme song. I suggested Elvis Costello‘s “Radio, Radio” or Joe Jackson‘s “On your Radio”, but they have some age on them. What’s good for teens these days?