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Speaking of switches…

Those of you that follow the r3vrb.com and bham.fm may begin to notice that both sites are loading a little slower than normal this afternoon. If you haven’t heard yet (or haven’t visited them before) allow us to elaborate.

The sites, maintained by former Timetable music writers Sam George and Whitney Sides respectively, have decided to join forces to become a new and improved bham.fm. The changeover is happening behind the scenes right now and will be celebrated with music and fun (how else?) at Speakeasy 1920 tomorrow evening. We’d tell you more, but it makes more sense to check out the announcement for yourselves.

We’ll have an update on Timetable come Monday morning.

Time to figure out what to do this weekend…

So I should just say that Sam’s picks are ready over on Timetable.

Well, they are.

As are Christina’s suggestions for weekend plans…

Her thoughts are over here.

The weekend’s almost here…

…and we’re ready to help with at least a few of those suggestions. Christina and Sam are delivering a one, two punch of their own today. Christina’s up first with an extremely crowded “Got Plans?” although, if you haven’t already seen it this morning, you missed this morning’s tip.

Sam follows up with his column (available after 12:45 p.m. today over there) highlighting some options musically in Birmingham’s downtown and Southside areas.

You know, we’d like to cover some more sections of town (and some more genres). If you’re interested, drop us a line. It sounds harder than it is and it’s fun – plus we’re actually starting to get CDs to review (you can say you knew them when…).

On Timetable: music and living on a shoestring

Perhaps a little less than a shoestring depending on how you view the world. Sam’s current suggestions for weekend musical satisfaction is up, courtesy of r3vrb.

Meanwhile, Terri’s In Love With spending as little as possible while still living the high life. Sounds like a great reason to file this post.

Introducing r3vrb destinations

That’s right folks… Sam George is hopping on board this train and joining the gang over on Timetable. He currently writes a local music blog, r3vrb.com. Beginning today (actually about 30 minutes ago), you’ll find his reviews about our local music scene for the upcoming weekend  on our arts and culture section.

Check out his first installment of r3vrb destinations, let him know what you think and welcome him aboard.

OK, stop sitting over here, get reading