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Keller Williams wows Boston with creativity

(10/17/05 9:00am)

Keller Williams has achieved success on his own terms, and has been wowing audiences for over a decade with his wholly original approach to solo performance. Keller has appeared at the Bonnaroo and High Sierra music festivals several times and shared the stage with such acclaimed artists as String Cheese Incident, moe. and The Roots' ?uestlove. He has also made nine albums and played thousands of shows all over the U.S. and Europe.

Douglas and Keystone pay intriguing tribute to fallen legend

(10/17/05 9:00am)

Dave Douglas and Keystone -- not to be confused with the beer -- is a cool group centered on a cool idea: jazz pieces accompanying a selection of Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle's silent films. For those who don't know, Fatty Arbuckle was one of the first comedians of the silent-film era and even served as a mentor to the much more famous Charlie Chaplin.

Football rallies late in 28-16 road loss at Holy Cross

(10/17/05 9:00am)

One quarter of outstanding football was not enough for Dartmouth (1-4, Ivy 0-2), as three quarters of Holy Cross (5-2) domination doomed the visiting Big Green to its fourth consecutive loss. Once again, Dartmouth was no match for its opponents under the weather conditions in what was the first career start for Big Green quarterback Josh Cohen '09. Cohen lit it up in the fourth quarter, but two late touchdowns were not enough to prevent the Crusaders from pillaging Dartmouth 28-16.

Men's soccer falls to Penn in double overtime battle

(10/17/05 9:00am)

It looked as though history would repeat itself on Saturday, when the Penn Quakers hosted Dartmouth's men's soccer team at Rhodes Field in Philadelphia, Penn. In a carbon copy of Wednesday's scoreless tie against Vermont, Dartmouth once again played a very evenly-matched, yet goalless game against a strong opponent. Just like four days ago, Dartmouth played through two overtimes except this time down a man after a red card. However, this bout woudln't end in a tie as Penn's hero, sophomore Keith Vereb scored a golden goal with 1:11 left in the game to give the Quakers a 1-0 win, something they haven't been able to acheive in their last nine attempts against Dartmouth.

Notes from the Ground

(10/17/05 9:00am)

Today marks the first time in a week that I've had downtime between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Today, I've been assigned basecamp at our headquarters (the community center of a church left standing from Katrina). Admin has consisted of a few points today: (a) manning walkie talkies and coordinating debris crews, (b) informing the public works department, to their chagrin, that one of our chainsaw teams uncovered a "furiously gushing" water main break, (c) answering the phonecalls of anxious survivors and potential volunteers, and (d) most recently, signing onto Facebook. There was a statistical issue that has been nagging me for days, and I wanted Mark Zuckerburg's assessment.