April 28-29 on The Weekend Arts Magazine
Writer Douglas Hunter publishes much new material supplementing and modifying our understanding of John Cabot and his race to the New Founde Lande in The Race to the New World - Christopher Columbus, John Cabot, and a Lost History of Discovery. Shirley Montague tells a different story, about the Tales, Trails and Tunes Festival coming to the West Coast this summer. Visual artist Michael Gough talks about his new show of mixed-media work, From the Beginning. Liner Notes features music from Pilot to Bombardier’s new recording, Juliet on Fire Keep Clear.
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