Fans of political folk music and those seeking solace and community after the Murtha decision found both. On 1/21/12 St. James was overflowing, with folks squeezing into every nook and cranny and standing along the back. We sang along, we laughed, we were moved, and we left with renewed spirits. Plus, Duopalooza raised more than twice what the organizers, our Franklin County affinity groups, had hoped for!
Safe & Green is deeply grateful to
Charlie King and Karen Brandow and Rebel Voices
to all who gave their time and creativity getting the word out and production happening, those who baked and those who sold tickets. Special thanks to the many local merchants who donated goods and services:
DANCING IN GRIEF PRODUCTIONS – PROFESSIONAL VIDEOGRAPHY; EDDIE’S WHEELS – MOBILITY FOR DISABLED PETS; HOPE & OLIVE – –AN EVERYDAY SPECIAL RESTAURANT IN GREENFIELD; MESA VERDE – A FINE BURRITO BAR IN GREENFIELD; NEW ENGLAND CHEESE COMPANY – SUPPLIES, KITS, INSTRUCTION; MARC KAUFMANN PLUMBING & HEATING CONSULTANT; PEOPLE’S PINT – GREAT FOOD, BEER & LAGER; PROGRESSVE DEMOCRATS OF AMERICA; HEALTH CARE NOT WARFARE ; SOLAR STORE – SOLAR HOT WATER & SOLAR ELECTRIC; SOUTH RIVER MISO CO. FAMILY OWNED ARTISAN MISO; VOICE MALE MAGAZINE - CHANGING MEN IN CHANGING TIMES ; WELLSPRING HOUSE –A RETREAT FOR WRITERS & ARRTISTS IN ASHFIELD, MA. ;WILDER BROOK FARM –18 YRS - CSA SHARES, SHELBURNE FALLS, MA.; YOGA FOR RELAXATION WITH JEAN ERLBAUM; COPY CAT PRINTING; EVERYONE’S BOOK; and the many anonymous financial contributors.