10th Annual Metal for M.S.

The annual Metal for M.S. Show, put on by our friend Adam “pickles” Piselli is a GO!!!. It’s September 10th 2021, it all goes down at 70 James street Worcester MA. Doors are at 6, LIM-IT-ED tickets will be sold at the gate, LIM-IT-ED, get there EARLY, they’ll be gone before you know it . Its also a 21+ event so bring an I.D.

Loaded with Local Bands, opening with Texas Death Match and caps an epic show off with D.R.I. (the dirty rotten imbeciles) with a raffle to happen at free random some point during the night. Get there, Have fun before we get back to work.

Drop me a line, contact our friend Pickles or visit our PUBLIC facebook page for more info on the event.

Hope for the future

News change

Pandemic News has and will continue to change drastically until the powers that be decide that this terrible pandemic that has caused massive damage from coast to coast and country to country is over. A small nugget of hopeful news is that state regulations have allowed the extended PUA (pandemic unemployment assistance) program to expand to a total of 79 weeks. 79 weeks takes the program all the way to September of 2021. September is also the time that our industry is SLATED, I use the term as a loose representation of things to come, SLATED to return to full capacity. See this link for more information directly from the DLT https://dlt.ri.gov/covid19/updates/

As we all know and lived through the last 15 months, the news and the science can change overnight. Please, for the sake of everyone you know, we urge you to get your vaccine. Vaccine sites are plentiful and now is a better time than ever, there are monetary incentives everywhere. Why not take advantage of it and get some free coffee, some states are even having a million dollar lottery. And in this writers own personal opinion, what better of an incentive than to return to a normal life. Stay strong, its almost over……..

New Material

This website has a regularly updated feed from our Locals Facebook page with quick snippets of information pertaining to the local scene of our industry. I do realize that not everyone is on the various forms of social media, so some might encounter trouble seeing posts. If you’re having any trouble at all seeing things then please drop me a line so I can sort it out with the Facebook settings, every post on that feed is set to public viewing permissions, if you’re having problems, I’m here to help.


Don’t throw away your shot….

Vaccination efforts have FINALLY been released to the hospitality and event worker category. The local news reports difficulties in obtaining an appointment to get a Covid vaccine but here are some links to a few different sites that should be productive.

Vaccinateri.org – an extremely broad search engine encompassing a reach of 100 miles. Only lists appointments that are available up to two weeks in advance. By far the easiest site to book an appointment based on your availability thatI’ve encountered yet.
Carenewengland.org – Leave your name and number and well call you back. In other words, it’s a signup list. Answer a few questions and they’ll notify you when your availability opens up

Walgreens.com – allows you to search for appointments by zip code, however, seems to require a username signup.
Cvs.com – Appointments fill up fast, checking every few hours resulted in a few openings.
Lifespan.org – Currently only offering vaccines to individuals 60 and older or with underlying health conditions

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take, so don’t throw it away

– Alexander Gretzky Hamilton

Stand up for your rights.

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