KUDOS AND CONGRATS . . .

. . . to Jack Reich, longtime concert promoter, band manager (NRBQ, Sun Ra's Arkestra), all-around music impresario, and a guy with one of the best ears for quality music in the business, who celebrated his 60th birthday on Saturday.

. . . to Casa Diablo regular Max Alexander, whose new book, Bright Lights, No City came out on July 17. Go get it or put it on reserve at your local library.

Send clam cakes and Pulitzer-grade tips to p&j@phx.com.

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