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ig-news-digest        thursday, march 16 2000        volume 03 : number 041


today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] new ig rock posters for sale  ["lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart]
  [ig-news] new dates             [michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>]
  [ig-news] whit in nh                   [emily beavers <emily_lb@yahoo.com>]
  [ig-news] house of blues (chicago) cd boot information  ["margaret a. clay]
  [ig-news] amy and cooper.//emily in the advocate  [lisa r <lisa071573@aol.]
  [ig-news] advocate article                [sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>]


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date: tue, 14 mar 2000 23:50:43 -0500
from: "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject: [ig-news] new ig rock posters for sale


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


i am reposting a portion of my original post in case
anyone missed it........


hi everyone,


many of you who collect "all things indigo" will be very
happy to check out the following website:


http://www.visualgallery.com/indigogirls.html


at this website, you will find rock poster art of our beloved
indigo girls for sale.   the following indigo girls posters
are available:


concert poster: 12/10/99, ypsilanti, mi
artist: mark arminksi
check website for availability.
size: 12" x 22"
price: $29


concert poster: champoeg state park, 7/9-10/97
artists: gary houston & mike king (a.k.a voodoo catbox)
signed and numbered, limited edition of 125 copies
size: 14" x 21"
price: $79


also, there is a charity poster.  if you buy it, you can
pick from several charities to give a portion of the
proceeds to.  (by the way, i bought
this one myself and i'm very pleased with the quality.)


1998 charity poster: women of rock
artist: bob masse
signed and numbered, limited edition of 500 copies
(beautiful poster featuring names like ig, me, and ani)
size: 15" x 26"
price: $25


shipping charges apply, but are reasonable....normal
flat rate shipping for a poster tube is $6.00.


if you're interested in ordering, go to the website and
check out the posters.  they have all ordering information
there and an e-mail address in case you have more
questions.


thanks for reading!
lisa


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date: wed, 15 mar 2000 08:10:43 -0500
from: michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
subject: [ig-news] new dates


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


hkf's,


new dates i just added to my site courtesy of pollstar:


05/07/00 nashville, tn  river stages
06/20/00 highland park, il  ravinia festival
07/14/00 seattle, wa  pier 62 / 63
07/15/00 seattle, wa  pier 62 / 63


any on sale/link info about these dates or any others would be superrific!!!


a+e=ig


mcunningham5@earthlink.net
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
"...what a blessed sky"

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date: wed, 15 mar 2000 07:36:52 -0800 (pst)
from: emily beavers <emily_lb@yahoo.com>
subject: [ig-news] whit in nh


the durham for the 4/20 show is in the new hampshire.
it's the new arena at unh.


emily


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date: wed, 15 mar 2000 18:29:49 -0500
from: "margaret a. clayton" <mclayton@mindspring.com>
subject: [ig-news] house of blues (chicago) cd boot information


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


hi, folks.


here is information for the house of blues cd boot tree.  (house of blues,
chicago, il, 2/25/00--last dance with amy's appendix!)


we're doing this by birthdays, folks.  send an email to the person who is
the branch for the month in which you were born, according to this list:


jannuary/february:
memememi@aol.com


march/april:
bliss55@email.msn.com


may/june:
mca10@hotmail.com


july/august:
kshucks@juno.com


september/october:
hunterj1@aol.com


november/december:
mclayton@mindspring.com

that person is your branch.  he or she will give you further instructions
for how to proceed.  please respond asap, as we only have six branches and
these will surely have to limit the number of copies that they can make.


the boot is pretty good quality (a b++).  the actual songs are very good,
but there's a lot of crowd noise between them.  still, i think the boot is
significantly better than the show itself was.  :-)


peace,
margaret


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date: wed, 15 mar 2000 11:50:45 -0500
from: lisa r <lisa071573@aol.com>
subject: [ig-news] amy and cooper.//emily in the advocate


[sherlyn's note: this is an excerpt of a message which was
originally sent to the indigo girls mailing list at
netspace.org.  you can also read the article online at
http://www.advocate.com/html/stories/808/808_watershed.html
or i will forward it in a minute...]


[...]


also, there is a nice 1-page article on emily and her girlfriend and
watershed in the new advocate (the march 28 one with hilary and chloe on the
cover...


[...]


lisa

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date: thu, 16 mar 2000 10:53:09 +1100
from: sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject: [ig-news] advocate article


hey folks,


this is the article from the advocate about watershed...


- -sherlyn


- ---begin article---
a place at her table
singing with the indigo girls may keep emily saliers busy,
but she still finds time even to bus tables at her
hometown restaurant, watershed


by stacie stukin
>from the advocate, march 28, 2000


when emily saliers of the indigo girls indulges her passion
for cooking, she's a purist. she eschews the convenience of
appliances like the cuisinart, preferring to chop, grate,
and slice all the ingredients by hand. "i love the alchemy
of food," says saliers, who grows animated at the mere
mention of julia child. "it is definitely an art."


and now the long-out folk-rock star has a canvas. about a
year ago saliers, her lover, leslie sweben, and two friends
opened watershed, a restaurant, wine bar, and boutique in
the atlanta suburb of decatur. among high ceilings, a pine
bar, and big glass doors left over from the site's
beginnings as a gas station, watershed's customers peruse
350 wine varieties and dig into entrees like bucatini with
sausage and roasted peppers. there's a fair share of
designer beers too.


saliers and sweben, who have been together five years,
opened the restaurant with another couple, ross jones and
susan owens, after the four decided "to do something
different," says owens, who owns an environmentally themed
gift shop nearby; sweben, for one, says she wanted to get
out of teaching. and saliers's impetus? "i'm a hedonist,"
she admits.


the four often travel together sampling fine food and
wines in famed restaurants such as the french laundry in
napa, calif., the gramercy tavern in new york, and
matsuhisa in los angeles. "there's nothing like sharing a
meal with friends," saliers says.


starting a business with buddies is tricky, but watershed,
which was financed by saliers, just celebrated its first
birthday, and chef scott peacock has landed some great
reviews. he's also partnering with legendary southern chef
edna lewis for an upcoming cookbook, and the juicy fried
chicken he makes as a weekly special at watershed has
attracted the attention of food & wine magazine.


the singer has some pull too, of course. "i have some pr
connections," saliers says in her understated manner.
"that's one thing i could bring to the business." she also
boasts hometown status in atlanta and shares southern
celebrity cachet with fellow musicians michael stipe and
elton john. while it's true stipe and saliers are friends,
sweben is cool about revealing whether watershed attracts
such patrons. "i haven't seen them here," she says.


maybe that's because her girlfriend downplays celebrity
herself. saliers, who says she eats at the restaurant about
three times a week, also buses tables and tends bar. she's
equally low-key in describing the gay and straight
clientele. "we get a lot of people from the neighborhood-
young professionals, retired couples," says the singer,
who put her beer-slinging duties on hold in february, when
she began an acoustic tour to support the indigo girls'
latest cd, come on now social.


when she isn't performing on the road or cleaning up at
watershed, saliers loves to invite friends over for dinner,
serving wines from her cellar and cooking dishes such as
sweben's favorite, wild mushroom risotto. "these parties
sometimes last eight or ten hours," she marvels. "i just
love to cook, especially when someone else does the
dishes."


stukin also writes for harper's bazaar and us.

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