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SCN October 2012 Online Index

SCN October 2012 Online Index

News | Now On | by Heather Sidorowicz

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Whose Band Was This?

Kevan Ferguson, public relations manager for AMX is pictured here, center, with his band Film at 11. The band covered tunes from bands like U2, R.E.M and the Kinks around the Dallas-area in 1987. This band didn't make it too far, but Ferguson eventually found his way into a band called Butch, a headlining band in Deep Ellum in the early to mid-90s. Deep Ellum refers to an area of Dallas when bands like Tripping Daisy and the Toadies were playing there. "Edie Brickell and New Bohemians were the band that in my mind really kicked off the Deep Ellum thing," he said.

News | Blogs | by Danny Maland

News | Blogs | by Greg Tarr

News | Online News Bits | Community Install Withstands Coastal Weather

News | Online News Bits | Stewart Honored for Environmental Achievement

News | Online News Bits | Vaddio Joins D-Tools MVP Program

News | Online News Bits | Whitlock Names VP Sales

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The Way They See It | Jack Be Nimble | Ken Berger and VUE Leadership Background

Tech Tales | Screen Time | Stampede's Videoconferencing Lease Options

Technology | Curtain Call | Read the full story

Snapshots | Bloomsburg University | Hall Tour

Snapshots | First Avenue | The Revolution 25 Year Reunion

Snapshots | Battleship Cove | Battleship Beer Fest

Viewpoint | Paul Chavez | The Beauty of Becoming Obsolete | 22 Everyday Things Made Obsolete This Century

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