July 20th, 2007

Chris Keeley

CINCINNATI -- A man with a needle sticking out of his arm crashed Wednesday afternoon into a Clifton

CINCINNATI -- A man with a needle sticking out of his arm crashed Wednesday afternoon into a Clifton Heights drug treatment center, witnesses said.

 

The driver, whose name has not been released, was arrested and taken to a hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

 

Police said the man was unconscious and had overdosed on a drug, possibly heroin.

 

He regained consciousness when he was loaded into an ambulance and attempted to jump out and flee, but police caught him and restrained him with handcuffs.

 

Some patients at Gateway House said the driver had once been treated at the Vine Street halfway house.

 

No other injuries were reported.
Chris Keeley

Cheap Trick finds a great excuse to pull those old Sgt. Pepper uniforms out of the closet

Cheap Trick finds a great excuse to pull those old Sgt. Pepper uniforms out of the closet

Cheap Trick already recorded with John Lennon ("Double Fantasy" tracks, including a superior "I’m Losing You") and Beatles producer George Martin (the album "All Shook Up") and also covered Lennon’s "Cold Turkey," but now the Rockford rockers are taking the complete Beatles plunge: They’ll perform the landmark 1967 album "Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band" in its entirety at the Hollywood Bowl on Aug. 10 and 11.

Joining them will be Aimee Mann, Joan Osborne, an Indian ensemble (for "Within You Without You") and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, among others.

Given that "Sgt. Pepper" was the Beatles’ lavish studio creation recorded after the band had quit touring, seeing (and hearing) the album recreated live could be an ear-opening experience - as well as another welcome affirmation of the album format in this digital age.

"Sgt. Pepper" was praised so lavishly for so long that now it’s often dismissed as overrated and too soft and fussy. I still think it’s great, an album that transcends the sum of its songs, and I’d love to hear Cheap Trick bring the rock. Hearing an orchestra re-create the dizzying climax of "A Day in the Life" should be cool, too.

Any available dates at Millennium Park for an encore performance?

Chris Keeley

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”Super Mods Enter Rehab” Photographed by Steven Meisel