Friday, November 21, 2008

Cedar Story Part 3

“Hey, Jack. What’s coming up at The Cedar?”

“Why don’t you check their website?”

“Do they even have a website?”

“Oh, I don’t know. I’ll go find an old newsletter.

Here. I’ll read you the address. Are you ready?”



“Woah! Slow down. You’re going to have to read that again.”

“H. T-T-P. Colon. Slash, slash. W-W-W dot geocities dot C-O-M – “

“Ok great thanks!”

“We’re not done yet. Slash, Bourbon Street, slash –

“I thought you were giving me The Cedar’s website!”

“Well, they don’t have one yet. This is just where the shows are listed. How much do you have so far?”

“We got to Bourbon Street.”

“OK. Slash Delta, slash 1915.”

“1915? It’s 1997! Ok sorry. Is that it?”

“Yep. That’s it.”

“Great, thanks. Ooh. There’s a “Grateful for The Cedar” benefit concert in June. Want to check it out?”


Scenes like this one were played out at computers everywhere until Labor Day in 1999 when The Cedar finally launched a website of their very own. The site can still be found at the same old address,, but we recently gave it a new look. Check it out!

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