The stage of the Strand all decked out for Think Loud’s after party on Feb. 28. Later in the night, the curtains opened and Live played with a backdrop of empty seats.
The past couple weeks, for me, have been about music.
First, there was the lack thereof.
Last week, we broke this story about Harley-Davidson removing radios from its plants as a matter of safety and productivity protocol.
I know what you’re thinking. (Some people even emailed me to share their two cents.)
“Why is this a story?”
“What are you going to write about next? The contents of Harley’s vending machines? The employees’ bathroom breaks?”
Truthfully, this isn’t really a story about Harley at all. Continue reading
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From the left, York City Councilman Michael Helfrich with Live band members Patrick Dahlheimer, Chad Gracey and Chad Taylor in the former Bi-Comp building in York. © 2012 York Daily Record/Sunday News -- Paul Kuehnel
Originally published on Page A1 of the York Daily Record/Sunday News on Tuesday, January 24, 2012.
By LAUREN BOYER
Daily Record/Sunday News
No one at the Lyndon Diner made a passing glance Tuesday morning at the three middle-aged men sitting around a table of orange juice and coffee.
Then the fourth, Chad Taylor, arrived almost an hour later.
Still, no one requested an autograph. Maybe no one recognized them.
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