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Wednesday, March 14th, 2007
8:02 pm
[domanivalia]
Hanson is listed as an interest, so I thought some might be interested in thisCollapse )

Finally, all money raised that does not go directly into creating the ad (be it extra money, or if we don't make enough for the ad) will be donated to the Prenatal HIV Research Unit (PHRU) at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, South Africa. There will also be a note of this in the ad, as well as contact and donation information if Billboard readers also want to contribute.

Tuesday, June 20th, 2006
5:00 pm
[desperatehell]
My first piece of work!
Title: I'm Using My Fingers instead of Words..
Genre: Hancest
Pairing: Zaylor
Rating: R. maybe X. but definitely R.
length: 1,723
Chapters: One?
Notes: This is my first Hanson fiction, and I worked really hard on it. My friend Lindsay helped me, after we decided that we couldn't find any Hanson stories that we hot enough for consumption, we wrote our own. so beware, some might consider this filthy, others might consider it to be a work of art.
 
 
 
X posted everywhere.


Current Mood: creative
Tuesday, October 11th, 2005
5:54 pm
[grassroots_]
we saw a gap
and wanted to fill it.

The wonderful thing about Are You Listening? is that it provokes dialogue and raises questions about the music industry. The frustrating thing about it is that there's nowhere to go for the average online fan once their hackles have been raised and their spleen needs to be vented.

So, we thought - why not try to start a community in which people can not just plug musicians, but can talk about their situation, exhange ideas, and share opinions? And for those of us who aren't particularly musically inclined but who still love music and want to contribute to change within the broader community? We're sure that there's plenty of people who are nifty in other ways who want to do something and who don't have to feel marginalized if they're not musicians. Writers, artists, debaters, poster makers, icon makers, people who are really good at spreading information? Surely we can all make a difference.

We want to listen. We want to help create change, too.
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