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August 3, 2011 000000WiLLY I:, TTV ot THE --.a___. RUG @ "v 0 Bx/hlng,T&apos;E0L ,uET &ec o e,t> S National Touring Band "My Graveyard Jaw" Stops At Wynola Pizza For Special Thursday Night Show My Graveyard Jaw is an all original, haunting, country folk band from New Orleans, consisting, for this west coast tour, of lead man Michael James (aka stix ) the vocalist, guitar and banjo player, Alleyn Evans on cello, Denis Bonice on fiddle, and Eleanor Warner on melodica and saw. My Graveyard Jaw formed in 2006 by Michael James after leaving the Know Nothing Family Circus Side show. With the dynamic change of New Orleans and a constant influx of traveling musicians, at points made up of almost all hand made instruments, My Graveyard Jaw has gained stability with the current configuration. They have recently recorded their third album "Coming Winds" with songs true to life, about friends, heartache, and where the world might be going. They are touring the west coast for the month of August, but you can see them this Thursday starting at 6 at Wynola Pizza Express. "ULIAN 760 765 1020 fE00TERYEAR00 Unique and Old Fashionedl Collectibles Gifts Local Music Wall Art. Candles Soaps in Wynola Farms Marketplace 4470 Highway 78 i i Julian Arts Gvild Dorothy Mushet On Display At The Library EBT Accepted Here Bl17 The Julian News 3 l, Wml & mlll'll Dorothy has been painting the Julian and desert areas for over 50 years. Specializing in wildlife and landscapes, she also enjoys painting horses, dogs, other animals and children. She was born in San Diego and has lived in Julian since 1949. She has worked and displayed art at the Julian Library for over 27 years; the first painting she sold was at the Julian Town Hall when she was 24. Primarily self-taught, Dorothy has taken some college classes and workshops. She works mostly in Watercolors and oils. Besides being a charter member of the Julian Arts Guild, Dorothy is a member of the California Art Club and has been a member of the Borrego Art Guild and the Ramona Art Guild. She has I I[ll]ll]A 1' -- IBl&tblll'l]l, 1 9  - 6 pm I paintings in many collections I IB1B.1B.dI& T 9  = 15 p. I worldwide. Dorothy is the owner of the 1 70" ?65" 800 1 Banner Queen Art Gallery/ iDry Cleanlng Service In by Tuesday, Back by Friday I Studio where her art as well as 11-%_ Phone In Your Meal and Dell orders ,- He Walllng # that of other artists is displayed. The studio is located at the foot of Banner Grade in the historic Banner Queen Ranch Trading JULIANTREE COMp ost one o** e ersonswo [[ rented and lived at the Banner ocal Eperience Since Queen Ranch was artist Marjorie Reed, known for her paintings of the Butterfield Stage Stations and other great western scenes. Marjorie always had her burros around and Dorothy enjoyed watching her paint. The Banner Queen Ranch is located at 36766 Highway 78. Karate Kids Kick It Up At Movie In The Park * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 92036 License #945348 WE-8690A The Julian STORM put on an exhibition ahead of the "Movie In The Park" on Friday night. NextupiSseptember lOth."Secretariat" n 26th Anniversary g<g\