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Monday, May 21, 2007

Final post.

Posted By on Mon, May 21, 2007 at 12:11 PM

Well, this is it  — my final SolidState post.

After some discussion, we here at 7D have decided that the blog will stay much the same in terms of look and pre-existing content. So when you need to remember how yours truly felt when his cat died of leukemia, you can. Feel like re-living the feisty back-and-forth between myself, the local blog community and a particularly mean-spirited commentator? You can do that, too.

Rumor has it the new Music Editor, Dan Bolles, will be inviting at least a couple of posters to the party; can't wait to see how that all pans out.

But what of me? Well, I do believe it's time to unveil my new blog: The Contrarian. Bookmark me now, please. This site will better reflect some of my non-musical interests, although there will still be plenty of audio talk. You can also look forward to the continuation of my podcast, "The Contrarian's Corner," as well as an ongoing account on my first out-of-state move in 15 years. That should be a good time. So swing by and say hi, k?

What else do I have to say before I sign off? Nada. See you at TEOTWAWKI.


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Casey Rea

Casey Rea

Casey Rea was the Seven Days music editor from 2004 until 2007. He won the 2005 John D. Donoghue award for arts criticism from the Vermont Press Association.

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