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Hey all y’all,

I’m gonna be putting together a second Starving Artist Mixtape on Itunes since the site had it’s first birthday!
This time I want everyone to submit tracks (must already be available on itunes) and we can do a vote later on this month. Just post up your suggestions in the comments below. Tracks need not be on an episode for your vote, but they must be done by an independent artist!

Last year’s mixtape was a huge success so let’s make this one even better!

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Starving Artist Radio April Edition
This episode features music by Wounded Buffalo Theory, Jon McLurg, Ten String Serenade, Laura Maylon and an interview with Laura Meyer.

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Here’s a story on the Self-Publishing Revolution, written for National Public Radio.

Hard at work doing the next podcast! Should be up this week.

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The iPad, Apple’s highly anticipated tablet computer, hit stores Saturday. The sleek, lightweight aluminum and glass device is equipped with a 9.7-inch touch screen and has no keyboard. The iPad has access to all the usual entertainment available on iTunes — music, movies, and TV. (more…)

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I read this article on the NYT blog “Frugal Traveler,” which is a great introduction to drinking for free around NYC by Matt Gross.

Here’s the Article.

I’ll Take a Manhattan (or Any Other Drink, if It’s Free)

It sounds almost like an urban legend, a hazy rumor passed down through the ages, from Manhattan tippler to Brooklyn stoop-sitter to thirsty arriviste: you can, they whisper in a voice that sounds of whiskey and Pabst, drink free in New York City.
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