Meadowood Music News
CLOSED NOV 26 & 27, 2014
Date posted: 11/26/14
Today's snow is very heavy and slippery... 2" at our home by 8:30. We will not be opening the store today. We will also be closed tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day. Be warm, safe and well.
IS PENNDOT PROCESS TO INSTALL ROUNDABOUTS ON 222 ILLEGAL?
Law office Kaplin|Steward Letter to the Federal Highway Administration
Date posted: 10/03/14
Law office Kaplan|Stewart wrote to the Federal Highway Administration on September 30 regarding the project that would install multiple roundabouts on route 222 between Kutztown and Blandon. The attorney asserts that PennDOT incorrectly/illegally filed an exemption from seeking public input by inaccurately citing that the project had raised no objections in the community and would have minimal or no impact on local growth or economy. The letter promises litigation if the project does not solicit and consider public input in a meaningful way. The attorney's letter (without bulky attachments that accompanied the letter) is at http://www.meadowoodmusic.com/photos.cfm?SeriesID=20141003171253.
LISTEN LIVE MUSIC 2014 SCHEDULE
Concerts and Open Mics through December
Date posted: 04/22/14
LISTEN LIVE MUSIC will have its first concert of the season on APRIL 26TH at 8PM. Admission is $20. Doors open at 7:30.
Listen Live is at 510 East Main St, Macungie, PA - 610-966-6419
James Armstrong Band!!! Award winning Chicago Style Blues THE AMBASSADOR OF THE BLUES
Guitarist, singer and songwriter James Armstrong was born to play the blues. His mother was a blues singer. His father played jazz guitar. Born in Los Angeles, California, Armstrong formed his first band in the seventh grade and by the age of 17 he was touring the country. Today he travels the world and continues to infuse his voice and guitar playing with his unique personality and seasoned skills. <...more>
TRAVEL WITH YOUR INSTRUMENT - TAKE A COPY OF FAA MODERNIZATION AND REFORM ACT OF 2012 SECTION 41724
Airlines are now required by Federal Law to let your Axe on the Plane
Date posted: 11/23/13
I am plagiarizing from the web site, "Ari's Take" at http://aristake.com/?post=87. We are grateful to Ari for the information and to our friend Amy Sutryn for sharing the info with us because you can now INSIST that an airline let you take your instrument on a plane with you. Here is the scoop:
TAKEN DIRECTLY FROM ARI'S SITE:
It's 145 pages of various airline passenger rights, but hidden on page 74 and stretching all the way to the middle of page 75 is the Musical Instruments clause. It states: <...more>