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Editor’s Note /// SIGT Magazine Issue #07

by • March 27, 2020

We put together an awesome interactive magazine for you to enjoy during stay-at-home month! SIGT Magazine Issue #07 is filled with lighthearted humor and a bunch of cool shows and festivals we recently went to. get link cialis changed my life synthroid dosages for hypothyroidism super viagra cheap essay writing company reviews see go go here click essays character macbeth viagra cheap online uk duke graduate thesis follow strattera go to site follow site click here conseil pour acheter du viagra can a women take a viagra get discount viagra online free henry iv essays source university of cincinnati speech pathology grad program Remember when we could Go To Shows?

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Fun Fact — Issue #07 publishes the same month as the SIGT seven year anniversary.

Here’s the Editor’s Note from Issue #07 of SIGT Magazine —

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What I couldn’t fit on this note, is here …

P.S. It’s really hard not to give in to the sadness. I know everything is a mess. This is a big change. Change is rough. Change hardens you. But this change is different — it’s bringing us all together. I can feel something else changing, and I think many others feel it too. You know that feeling when you first fall in love with someone? The vulnerability. The passion. The safety. That’s love. We treat that person with such kindness and empathy. What if we tried (just tried) to treat everyone with this outpour of love?

I was having so much trouble trying to put something positive together. I read Ray’s heartfelt note and reached out to confirm the subtle Saves The Day reference in it and we began chatting. He gave me some really good advice — “Sometimes you have to start by letting yourself write the negative note. The positive stuff comes out eventually. You pull that out, figure out where it fits in the whole narrative and start again.”

P.S.S. The intimacy is skyrocketing. From watching Umphrey’s McGee’s Brendan Bayliss performing in his PJs, to the daily dose of Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, we’re being filled with love from our heroes. There are a ton of local artists pouring out their hearts too. Please visit your favorite band’s Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram pages to catch some special treats. Some of our local venues are streaming too — The New Standard in Winter Park, The Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, Timucua Live in Your Living Room, Andy Matchett put together No Days Off (, and check out recording studios too. Now that we’re all stuck at home, we are so fucking lucky to have all this awesome art at our fingertips.

Be sure to look up your favorite local restaurants, breweries, small venues and clubs, musicians, and friends for gofundme campaigns, delivery services, and ways you can help support the nouns you love.

Sending you love and positivity until the day I can see you at the shows … the shows I go to.



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