lifeblood: listlogs: 1998v01n208-news


ig-news-digest       saturday, october 24 1998       volume 01 : number 208


today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] amy & emily on "ellen" tonight  [susan von spreckelsen <slv302@a]
  [ig-news] watershed opening on monday  [sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wi]


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date: fri, 23 oct 1998 15:20:34 edt
from: susan von spreckelsen <slv302@aol.com>
subject: [ig-news] amy & emily on "ellen" tonight


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

hi all:


just a quick mention that tonight on lifetime ellen's first show is the,
"womyn fest," episode with sarah mclachlan, amy and emily.  the show is on at
6:00 eastern time.  if this has already been mentioned sorry for the repeat.


sue

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date: fri, 23 oct 1998 07:28:19 -0500
from: sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
subject: [ig-news] watershed opening on monday


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

i though everyone might enjoy reading this short article from the
atlanta journal constitution:

with at least nine restaurants opening in the last year, decatur is a
hot spot for eateries, and the trend continues. two more are opening
shortly. watershed, co-owned by emily saliers of the atlanta-based folk
rock group indigo girls, is scheduled to open monday at 406 west ponce
de leon ave. near the decatur post office. it will not only serve a
light fare of gourmet sandwiches, appetizers and a few entrees, but will
also have wine tasting, flowers, gifts and specialty foods for sale. "we
wanted to open up a fun type of place in decatur," said saliers, who has
three partners in the business. they all live in decatur and cite trendy
new york-based eatery dean & deluca as one of their inspirations.
"atlanta does not have a place like this," said saliers. the interior,
designed by dominic coyne, whose other clients include the upscale
buckhead restaurant bacchanalia, is a "combination of wood and
industrial," said saliers.


pipes and vents in the ceiling and walls are exposed, the colors on the
walls are bright yellow and blue --- colors that would have been common
in the '50s. the furniture, wine racks, tables and chairs, are all
natural wood. the 4,000-square-foot building is on the former site of a
service station. saliers says that she plans to spend as much time at
watershed as she can when she's not on the road or recording. about the
name she said, "watershed means turning point, and we're at a point in
our lives where we want change." susan owens, one of the business
partners, says she thinks decatur will be the next virginia highland,
with one important difference: parking is much easier and better in
decatur, and that is very good for business.

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