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First Thing Monday: Victory Park as Role Model, Steve Miller Setlist, ‘Dear American Airlines’


by Manuel Mendoza 2 Jun 2008

Word is spreading about Victory Park. At least one St. Petersburg, Fla., resident, the Home and Garden Editor of the local paper, thinks her city should look to the Uptown development as it considers whether to convert its baseball park into retail. The new Museum of Nature & Science, which just got named for H. […]

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Word is spreading about Victory Park. At least one St. Petersburg, Fla., resident, the Home and Garden Editor of the local paper, thinks her city should look to the Uptown development as it considers whether to convert its baseball park into retail. The new Museum of Nature & Science, which just got named for H. Ross and Margot Perot (see story below), is mentioned.

Researching Dallas-boy-made-good Steve Miller for an advance interview and review of his Friday concert, I couldn’t find a setlist for his current tour anywhere. It seems young Radiohead fans are more likely to engage in such minutiae trading than Miller’s Boomer base. Well, here it is: Swingtown, Abracadabra, Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma, Serenade, The Stake, Mercury Blues, Pretty Thing (Bo Diddley), Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Jessie Hill), I Be’s Trouble aka I Can’t Be Satisfied (Muddy Waters), Stormy Monday Blues (T-Bone Walker), Fly Like an Eagle, Wild Mountain Honey, Winter Time, Dance Dance Dance, Take the Money and Run, Rock’n Me, Jet Airliner, Jungle Love, The Joker.

Lastly, an apparently clever writer has come up with Dear American Airlines: A Novel, about a guy stuck at the airport after the North Texas-based carrier cancels his flight, and Jason Castro fans go nuts in Rockwall.

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