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TGAF1 now available in NYC, Chicago, Boston, and beyond

Originally posted on Towson-Glen Arm Freakouts:
A limited stock of the first Towson-Glen Arm Freakouts compilation is now on sale in the New York City area and beyond In Brooklyn, NY it can be found on sale at this wild…

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The Fine Art Of Towson-Glen Arm: Tricia Lane-Forster – part 3

*The musician Paul Petersan was a member of early TGA band The Retarded Dogs whose first concert was also the debut gig for Lane-Forster’s band Spastic Cracker

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R.I.P. Jon Woodstock, 1974-2017

The pioneering Towson-Glen Arm artist Jon Woodstock has passed away at the age of 43. A longer post about Jon Woodstock’s important contributions is forthcoming. Please send prayers and positive energy to Jon Woodstock’s family and friends in this time … Continue reading

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“To The Bridge, To The Bridge, Gotta Take It To The Bridge!”

Oh, hi there! Yes, this is still an active blog. It’s been ages since a new post was made here, but that’s not because the project is running out of steam or ‘new’ material. No, there’s still plenty of TGA … Continue reading

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Mike Apichella’s first live solo show ever, w/ Violet LeVoit and guests; February 27th, 2017 in Baltimore, Md.

Now this is a mega-rarity: a post all about a NEW Towson-Glen Arm live show(!) Mike Apichella (aka your humble blogger here) will be headlining a night of music and literary readings at Baltimore’s Windup Space on February 27th; doors open at 8pm. … Continue reading

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Bill Jones: “Looking At The Page And Listening To It”

The English teacher/poet William Jones – often called Bill Jones – plays a distinctive role in the story of Towson-Glen Arm. During the 90’s Jones taught English at both Towson High and Dulaney High School, the two schools that the majority of the … Continue reading

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“Okinawa in blue cheese” or The Day That Towson-Glen Arm Wrote In My Yearbook

The haywire aesthetic of Towson-Glen Arm was ever present. No matter what the young artists of the north County underground were up to, an overwhelming sense of absurdity and skewed political consciousness ran through everything they created from music, to … Continue reading

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