I am currently reading Amy Poehler’s new book “Yes Please”. I love the savvy advice :
“When someone is being rude to you … call them out on it … act like they are an actor who has forgotten what part they are playing”
Guess what? Zoinks Music and Books is proud to be participating in Shop The Neighbourhood! So be sure to stop by and say hello.
We will be offering 20% off all books, as well as Buy 1 DVD get another FREE!
What is Shop The Neighbourhood?
A free event that supports small businesses by encouraging people to make local purchases on November 29, 2014.
If we all choose to make our next purchase locally, we’re helping to strengthen our small businesses and by proxy, the neighbourhoods where we live, work and play.
We have lots of fine #records in the JUST IN section right now, stop by if you see something you like :
THE CURE – Love Cats
WILLIE DIXON – I Am the Blues
BLUR – Modern Life Is Rubbish
PEBBLES COMPILATION – VOL 10 (pictured), VOL3, VOL4
THE OLYMPICS – Doin’ The Hully Gully
PIDGEON – Pidgeon
LED ZEPPELIN – Bootleg
And the following 7″s with oh so pretty picture sleeves
JIMI HENDRIX – No Such Animal
THE YARDBIRDS – Boom Boom
KILLING JOKE – Wardance / Pssyche
THE SLITS – Earthbeat
LARRY WILLIAMS – Slow Down / Dizzy, Miss Lizzy
THE ‘B’ Girls – Fun At The Beach
#vinyl, #nowplaying, #newarrivals, #45rpm
Congratulations to Sean Michaels, author of US Conductors, on his #GillerPrize win!!
We have the following vinyl records for sale in our Just In Section, so if you are interested you can stop by in person or contact us for more info:
Modest Mouse – The Lonesome Crowded West (1997)
Micah P. Hinson And The “Pioneer Saboteurs”
Captain Beefheart – Safe as Milk
Grateful Dead – Shakedown Street
Taj Mahal – Giant Step
Land of Kush – Against The Day
5ive Style – 5ive Style
Salt ‘N’ Pepa – A Salt With A Deadly Pepa Featuring Spinderella
Salt ‘N’ Pepa – Hot, Cool & Vicious
The Bloorcourt Arts and Crafts Fair is a one-day street festival on Bloor St. W. that takes place on Sept. 6th. The event involves a number of talented arts and crafts vendors, an exciting children’s area, a showcase of local cuisine, live music, a soccer skill testing area and so much more.
With all the construction happening right now, I thought I would take the time to document some of the changes here on Bloor Street. For the past few years, the fate of the Paradise Theatre (1008 Bloor St W) has been up in the air despite its heritage status. Thankfully the new owners do not want to tear it down, and plan to restore it. As you can see from the photo this theatre has certainly seen better days. Since it is the main thing that we see when looking out our window, we can’t wait to see what’s in store for this location. The original old sign above the marquee is stunning – here’s hoping they can recreate that part of it.
For more information on the history of The Paradise check out these terrific articles:
Toronto’s old movie theatres—the Paradise (Eve’s Paradise) By Doug Taylor
The Paradise Theatre By Jamie Bradburn