Wednesday ,september11 ,2013page2WeeKender ,
‘Just watched a guy in a shirt that read“Jedi I am” trip on a curb and fall.Jedi you are not sir.’
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‘1997 Daewo Lanos.’
‘2014 SubaruImpreza WRX.’
‘A 1957 Plymouth Belvedere. I’ll cross myﬁngers it doesn’t go around murdering people like the one in ‘Christine.’’
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When Alan K. Stout sent me an e-mail a few weeks ago asking if TheWeekender would be interesting in sponsoring the ﬁrst-ever Music,Motors, and More festival, I thought, “Do you even have to ask?”With the summer concert season winding down as fall approaches,there’s no better time for one last hurrah on Montage Mountain. Butwhat makes this festival special isn’t just the time of year – it’s the factthat local musicians, a car and motorcycle show, and ethnic food andcrafts will be available all in one place for a great cause. That cause is The Bridge Youth Services’ Anti-Bullying Program. Asa victim of bullying throughout my childhood, I can see why something like this is necessary, but I never had to deal with cyber bullying or anyof these new issues that have developed over the last few years. I can’teven imagine dealing with that kind of pressure 24/7 at that age, butthankfully, I can name quite a few local people willing to help.We interviewed those people on pages 28 and 29. Each of them isbringing something special to this event, whether it’s a guitar, a cor-vette, or simply an ear to listen. I suggest you bring a $10 donation andan open mind. Maybe you’re not a motorhead or you don’t like exoticfood, but sharing our differences with one another is exactly what thisfestival is all about.
-Rich Howells, Weekender Editor
‘A 1981 DeLorean DMC-12.’