Tuesday, December 27, 2011

December 2011 - Anne Feeney's Fellow Travelers' Advisory - VOLUME SEVEN, #8

27 December 2011
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE....


Hi there hellraisers

Hope you're finishing up the year with hope in your heart and surrounded by loving family and friends.  That's what I'm doing this year, but I sure had to do some power-traveling to make it happen.  I'm in Zimbabwe (!) where my son's wife has a job with USAID.  Monique, my son Dan, and my grandson Sebastian have only been here for four months, but it seems like an eternity to me.  

Sebastian was almost one year old when they left,  just learning to stand and take a few steps.  Now he's running, pitching, kicking soccer balls ... he knows about 40 signs in baby sign language, which makes it possible for him to communicate pretty effectively.  My son says speech is often delayed in households where children are learning several languages.  Sebastian is learning English, Spanish and Shona - besides his sign language skils.  

The Garden of Eden could have been fashioned after Zimbabwe. Everything is so lush and verdant.  We've only seen points of interest within a 45 minute drive of the house so far, and we're dazzled.  My sister Kate came with me, and my daughter Amy and her boyfriend, Mike Meadows, are en route to Harare as I write this. Once they get here, we're heading off to where the wild things are... Bulawayo, Hwange National Park and on to Victoria Falls for New Year's Eve ...

I'm afraid I didn't have a vivid enough imagination to dream about doing anything like this when I was a child, so I can't say it's a dream come true...  I guess it's proof that you never know where life might take you - so don't give up or give in - amazing, extraordinary things could be right around the corner.

For example, I'm thrilled that the 'Occupy' movement has achieved so much.  It's wonderful to hear people talking about the 1% and going after the big banks.  The dialog seems to have shifted somewhat in the US - and not a moment too soon.

Your generosity and kindness since cancer threw me out of work in August of 2010 have made this past year one of the most wonderful of my life. I'm really defying the odds for now.  Both of my dear friends Jack Hardy and Tim Henderson were diagnosed with small cell lung cancer after I was, and both are dead.  It would be easy to get depressed with odds like mine.

I cannot thank you enough for your support and love. You've enabled me to visit family and friends, to pay fairly substantial insurance premiums, copays and deductibles, to pursue holistic treatments that greatly enhanced my quality of life, and to continue living my life as much as possible as if I were still working - including leaving me able to continue supporting organizations (at a slightly lower level than before) that mean so much to me - Health Care NOW!,  Democracy NOW!,  SOAW, Labor Campaign for Single Payer, US Labor Against the War, NOW, the Fund for the Feminist Majority and many others.

Nothing would depress me more than being unable to support locked out and striking workers, and the organizations that do so much to promote social and economic justice.  If you're still holding on to any extra money, please think about sending some to any of those wonderful organizations, or to the locked out workers at American Crystal Sugar.

I hope you'll continue to buy my recordings at CDBaby http://cdbaby.com/all/unionmaid - It means so much to me.  And "The Corporate Welfare Song,"  "War on the Workers" and "Have You Been to Jail for Justice?"  are all great songs to take to your favorite OCCUPY site!

I will be at the Peoples Music Network Winter Gathering January 27-29th in Lawrence, MA.  We'll be celebrating the great working class victory in the Bread and Roses Strike of 1912.  Bev Grant, Evan Greer, Charlie King, Spirit Child, Rebel Voices, Jon Fromer and many other fabulous performers and agitators will be on hand for the weekend that starts with a terrific Friday night concert.  You don't have to be registered for the weekend to come to the Friday night concert, but you'll love the weekend if you stick around.  You don't have to be a performer to attend - just a music lover.  

The internet is so slow here in Harare that I don't dare try to upload photos or any extra links in this newsletter.  I hope you get it... and I look forward to hearing from you.

Let's hope that 2012 brings us great victories for the working class ... that we begin to look around and realize that WE are the leaders we've been waiting for. Let us cherish our friends and be grateful for all that they bring to our lives.  

Love and Happy New Year -

Anne

Monique Murad, Daniel Berlin, Sebastian Edward Berlin, and the Lion




Anne Feeney
412-877-6480 (cell)

"Anne Feeney is the greatest labor singer in North America." -- Utah Phillips

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

November 2011 - Anne Feeney's Fellow Travelers' Advisory - VOLUME SEVEN, #7

I love it when you write back.  Please understand that right now my energy level is so low that I may not respond... but I usually respond!
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IMMEDIATE DESTINATIONS:
Harare, Zimbabwe!
People's Music Network Winter Gathering - Lawrence, MA - Jan 27-29, 2010


IN THIS ISSUE:
Fellow Travelers' Holiday Shopping Advisory
Link of the Month
Family News
Jailed for Justice
Occupy America!




Hi Folks-


The last time I wrote to you was October 1st...  If I had let November slip away without writing to you, it would have been the first time I missed a month in 91 months!  But, I have never been so exhausted in my life.  I'm working with an endocrinologist to figure out how to wake up my sleeping adrenal system.  In the meantime, I'm a bald version of Sleeping Beauty.


I wanted to let you know that I'm thinking of you, that I'm incredibly grateful for your friendship, love and support, and I'm hoping that your year ends up well and is followed by a better year for us all...








Holiday Shopping Advisory


A lot of you will be out shopping, and ordering gifts online... so here are my holiday shopping tips -


Please, don't shop at Amazon this year.  You may have already seen some of the horror stories emanating from the Amazon warehouse in Breinigsville, PA.  It's not a very good place to work. For example, during summer heat waves, Amazon arranged to have paramedics parked in ambulances outside, ready to treat the many workers who dehydrated or suffered other forms of heat stress. Those who couldn’t quickly cool off and return to work were sent home or taken out in stretchers and wheelchairs and transported to area hospitals. And new applicants were ready to begin work at any time.

If you want to read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/health/Amazon+warehouse+employees+Pennsylvania+hospitalized+heat/5432663/story.html#ixzz1f42vAZMI



So... If you're buying books this holiday season, let me enthusiastically recommend Powell's books in Portland. They have an inventory to rival Amazon's *and* the workers are happy members of the ILWU - a great union. Use this link http://www.ilwulocal5.com/shop-union/ to shop at the world's best union bookstore!  


And while I'm at it, let me recommend my pal Bill Adler's wonderful book "The Man Who Never Died: The Life, Times and Legacy of Joe Hill. (http://themanwhoneverdied.com/)


And if you're buying music, let me recommend http://cdbaby.com  -  They have a great collection of music and you can rest assured that you, the artists, and their employees will treated very well.  And my music makes a great gift for the activists in your life! - the direct link to my music there is http://cdbaby.com/all/unionmaid  - and Roy Zimmerman(http://royzimmerman.com) , Chris Chandler (http://chrischandler.org), Four Shillings Short (http://4shillingsshort.com), Lou and Peter Berryman (http://louandpeter.com)  and Evan Greer (http://evangreer.org) all have new releases. 


The amazing Bev Grant is working on a new CD.. http://bevgrant.com/  and there are sooooo many other great artists out there - Charlie King and Karen Brandow, Rebel Voices, David Rovics, Si Kahn, John McCutcheon, Kim and Reggie Harris, Magpie, Dan Bern, Anais Mitchell, Nick Annis, Brian QTN, Laura Love, Joey Only, Jan Hammarlund, Emma's Revolution, Len Wallace, Connie Cohen, Jim Page, Joe Jencks, Peggy Seeger, Tom Paxton, Utah Phillips and don't stop there!


And see how much of your spending you can keep in your own community - supporting local artisans, massage therapists, restaurants... why not give your friends gift certificates to local merchants, locally owned health clubs ... or make a contribution to a local charity.


Saoirse on his first picket line at American Crystal Sugar 


And I hope some of you will remember the locked out workers at American Crystal Sugar as you plan your holiday giving.  They've been without a paycheck since August 1st - and the hard-hit workers of North Dakota (a right-to-work state... that's the right to work without benefits...) are unable to collect unemployment benefits because North Dakota considers a lockout to be the equivalent of a strike.  I visited the picket line of these determined workers in October - They are very deserving of your support... They are members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco and Grain Millers' union, Local 167G


BCTGM Relief Fund
c/o Local 167G
100 N 3rd Street - Suite 50
Grand Forks, ND 58203



Or do two good things at once by donating to a local charity, or the locked out workers at American Crystal Sugar, or School of the Americas Watch (http://soaw.org)  in honor of a friend...




Link of the Month


If you could use a belly laugh, enjoy Debbie Reynolds singing "If I Had a Hammer" - it's pretty surreal...  http://youtu.be/ng2Ls4OA2k4 


Family News


I spent a month in Sweden with my wonderful husband, although I slept through most of it because of this adrenal dysfunction I'm dealing with.  He was so thoughtful and wonderful - and we did squeeze in a visit with Julie's daughter Sara and new baby Levi!






My cousin Bill and I traveled from Pittsburgh to New Orleans for the wedding of my cousin Christina Mumphrey to Michael Schafer - It was totally grand with many many of my cousins from near and far in attendance.


Both of my kids have been spending time in Pittsburgh caring for their dad, Ron Berlin, who underwent a sextuple bypass just before Thanksgiving.  I'm pleased to report that he is at home and recovering well under Amy's loving care.


Halloween - with Monique as Amy Winehouse and Sebastian the Frog!
Daniel is back in Zimbabwe now, waiting for us to come and celebrate the holidays with him, Monique and, of course, Sebastian!  


I can't wait to see them again. My sister and I leave on November 30th...  and I won't be back in the US until January 20th. Amy and her very significant other, Mike Meadows, will be joining us in Zimbabwe too.  On New Year's Eve we plan to be in lodges in Hwange National Park and on to Victoria Falls!
What an adventure!


Jailed for Justice


“Do I refocus and put my energy into exposing the on-going crime of medical negligence in these jails? Do I begin a campaign to highlight the illegal starvation diet in the Blount County jail, for which no one has been arrested? Do I join the effort to condemn the practice of overcharging mostly dirt poor inmates for phone calls, and commissary, so that corporations and counties receive greater kickbacks? 


Should I add my voice to those in this courthouse who show up protesting unjust sentences for nonviolent conspiracy charges? Or should I spend all of my time researching how many prosecutors, judges, attorneys, court clerks and law enforcement personnel who hold stock in the private prison industry, commissary companies, phone providers or medical contractors in these human warehouses? I see so many literal and moral crimes, and I’m just one person. My final answer is none of the above. I will continue to resist the ultimate crime of nuclear weapons and their production  here and around the world.”  


This quote is from a good friend of ours, Bonnie Urfer, who works at NukeWatch in Luck WI. 
 She just received the maximum penalty of 8 months in prison for her nonviolent civil disobedience action of  “trespassing”  at the Oak Ridge TN nuclear weapons plant.  Those of us who have spent time in jail know of the hidden injustice that occurs each day to inmates, especially to the many who suffer from psychological illness. It is symptomatic of how our society deals  with people.  If you have unmet needs, it is your own fault.  If you fail to conform to the mandates of society you are condemned to physical and mental punishment since the belief in our society is that the way to change people’s behavior is to physically or mentally mistreat them. Then they will learn right from wrong.  This is a far cry from the belief of Christ, Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Dorothy Day and so many others who believe that only the power of love and kindness changes people to be better people. If you want a person to be loving and compassionate you must love and forgive that person the wrong he or she has done…..even when he or she has not apologized.  The Alma Center in Milwaukee attempts to do this by taking people just out of jail and giving them a place where they are treated with respect, dignity and love.  Most of the inmates have been born and bred in the midst of violence and poverty and, as a result, often go in and out of jail as a matter of course. They are merely responding to their unmet needs with the violence they were taught throughout their lives.  They were taught that violence gets you what you want.  The Casa Maria Catholic Worker community, the Alma Center and other 
communities are trying to teach that only nonviolence and the power of love will change people to be better.  To terrorize the terrorist is being a terrorist.. ------Don Timmerman


This moving piece starts with the words of Bonnie Urfer, whom Evan Greer and I met when we performed in Luck, WI.  Don Timmerman adds the rest of the commentary in the fabulous monthly newsletter that he and his wife, Roberta send out - THE SPARROW SINGS.  You can subscribe by emailing Don and Roberta at don2roberta@yahoo.com


OCCUPY AMERICA!


As I listened to all the media pundits declaring that the Occupy Movement is unfocused and has no demands ... I came across this manifesto - I think it's very inspiring - and i think, accurate too.  Something to wish for this holiday season. As the days get shorter, and the darkness appears to be taking over, it's my wish for all of us.




Can You Hear Us, America?
by Randall Amster
We find these views to be mutually relevant…
that all people, by virtue of their basic humanity, deserve the opportunity to live, work, and associate according to the dictates of their own consciences and capacities;
that the exercise of such freedoms is only tenable in conjunction with the ability of all people to do so, in the recognition that no one is free unless everyone is free;
that people situated in place know best how to manage the conditions of their lives, and that the political autonomy and economic self-sufficiency of local communities are the primary means of ensuring the freedom of the individuals in their midst;
that individuals and communities do not exist in isolation, but are interlinked through a global network of communications and cultural exchange that enables the realization of a shared future and a common interest in effectively preserving the continued existence of humankind;
that the integrity of the whole is based on the vitality of its parts, and that the stability and productivity of social relationships is contingent upon and reflective of our collective human interactions with the balance of life around us, upon which we depend for survival;
that the fruits of the earth belong to humankind collectively, and especially to the future generations from whom we merely borrow their blessings;
that no one ought to be bound into the indentured servitude of indebtedness, which coerces people to become complicit with an alienating economy and structures of their own oppression;
that education must be free, open to all, and not merely confined to classrooms and institutions;
that intergenerational justice works in both directions, with young and old alike being equivalent teachers and learners, bringing together the lessons of the past, the challenges of the present, and opportunities for the future into an evolving tapestry of mutual engagement;
that none should be compelled to labor for another except by the inherent desires of conscience and the reciprocal benefits of being served by others through the experience of community;
that collective decisions shall only be taken with the direct participation and informed consent of all those potentially affected by them;
that people, left to their own devices, are capable of self-organizing, self-regulating, and developing mutually beneficial structures of governance and the distribution of resources;
that we live in a world of abundance rather than scarcity, with the problems of inequality being ones of maldistribution and disenfranchisement rather than of quantitative lack;
that the shared spaces of society, including the material bases of existence, cannot be owned or controlled by private interests but must remain the collective responsibility of humankind entire;
that we already possess all of the tools and technologies necessary to create a just world, and that we require only the will to reorient the purposes to which we deploy them in order to realize it;
that what we do matters, that there is meaning to our existence, that we honor ourselves and each other through service and compassion, and that our lives are bound together in a seamless web of destiny;
that our rights and freedoms are equally balanced by our responsibilities and mutual obligations;
that we seek both independence and interdependence as the necessary conditions of social existence;
that there can be no peace without justice, no future without the past, no individuality without community, no opportunity without education, no liberty without equality, and no politics without participation;
that we strive to always create more than we destroy, to produce more than we consume, to give more than we take, to laugh more than we cry, to uplift more than we denigrate, to construct more than we critique, to share more than we acquire, and to love more than we hate;
that we seek a better world not merely for ourselves, our communities, and our allies, but for all of humankind, including those who have exercised their power unjustly and unwisely;
that we acknowledge the urgency of the moment while affirming our willingness and desire to remain engaged in long-term, perhaps even unending, struggles for human dignity and environmental sustainability;
that this task cannot be passed on to others, that we are the ones it has fallen upon, that it is our generational calling, that we have the power to alter the arc of society, and that we are the ones we have been waiting for to bring peace and prosperity to the world;
that the pursuit of material wealth represents a moral and spiritual void, and that the use of manipulation and force to maintain wealth disparity is a self-defeating enterprise based on the failure to recognize the binding principle of interconnectedness in every aspect of existence;
that we can, must, and will succeed in working collaboratively to turn crises into opportunities and to move from the brink of annihilation toward a world of appreciation;
that life is meant to be lived, that we are the creators of culture and not merely its consumers, that our actions and processes are ends in themselves, and that what we do at every moment is the revolution;
that the future depends upon us to occupy place and liberate space on its behalf, and our own;
that we have nothing to lose but our chains, and literally everything to gain;
that the person standing next to you is part of you, an extension of you, a reflection of you, an ally, a colleague, a relative, and a friend;
that the earth beneath our feet creates and sustains us, and that we must do the same for it in return;
that there is one unified race, the human race, and that our inherent diversity provides the strength that will see us through the changes and challenges at hand;
that there are no nations or borders, only peoples and places;
that we need everyone’s open hearts, willing hands, strong backs, and keen minds to avert calamity and ensure posterity;
that the sound of a child’s laugh casts out the monotonous drone of commercialism, that the wonder in a child’s eyes invokes beauty against blight, and that the hope in a child’s heart is more powerful than the downward spiral of despair;
that you are important, that your dreams are real, that your needs will be met, that your burdens are shared, that your wellbeing is paramount, and that you are loved.
Affirmed by deeds, to be enacted voluntarily by the people individually and in concert as a living declaration.

Thanks for reading!  See you next month!  Love, Anne
And hope to see you at the People's Music Network Winter Gathering in Lawrence, MA - January 27-29, 2012 - Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the "Bread and Roses" strike!!

Saturday, October 01, 2011

October 2011 - Anne Feeney's Fellow Travelers' Advisory - VOLUME SEVEN, #6

IMMEDIATE DESTINATIONS:


Rapid City, SD
Butte, MT
Missoula, MT
Bozeman, MT
Spokane, WA
Winona, MN




To buy CDs - visit http://cdbaby.com/all/unionmaid
For the latest medical updates:  http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/annefeeney/journal


Hi there hellraisers!


Well, I'm out on the road in North Dakota with Evan Greer... and it feels good.  My old friends Mark Froemke and Dave Kemnitz invited me to come to the 100th anniversary of the Northern Valley Labor Council and the ND AFL-CIO.  I played this convention many years ago, and have always admired the ND labor movement.  They're currently embroiled in a lockout of 1300 workers at American Crystal Sugar. These Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco and Grain Miller members (BCTGM) were locked out on August 1st.  http://www.bctgm.org/ACS_Lockout.html

Photo by Joe Lynde



Now as the weather changes, and the harvest peaks, instead of negotiating ACS is spending millions on goonie security and imported scabs. And production is waaaaaaaaaay down. It looks like management has forgotten how the beets are processed into beet sugar, as they just can't seem to tell the scabs what they should be doing.  The results have been fires, accidents and injuries.  It's a huge source of frustration and occasional amusement to the loyal workers to watch the plant being trashed by incompetents.  






 Evan and I are traveling with Evan's partner, Erin Ryan Fitzgerald and their adorable 13 month old son Saoirse.  Next weekend we are playing in Spokane, WA for the WA State Public Employees conference.  In the meantime, we're going to do a few shows along the way.  We'll be spreading the word about the ACS lockout and collecting funds to support the workers.  North Dakota is a "right-to-work" (for less) state.  Unlike their Minnesota colleagues, the locked out North Dakota workers do not receive unemployment benefits.  As the lockout enters its third month, you can bet there is real hardship here in North Dakota.  We're going to be passing the hat for these workers at all the rest of the shows on this tour. You can support these locked out workers by sending a check payable to:


BCTGM Relief Fund
c/o Local 167G
100 N 3rd Street - Suite 50
Grand Forks, ND 58203






If you have friends in South Dakota, Montana or Minnesota, PLEASE let them know that Evan and I are out and about and would love to see them at our shows!


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 2011

SKULLETS

Evan Greer and Anne Feeney in SD!

157 1/2 E. Main North St.

Rapid City South Dakota 

Price: $5

More information: 412-877-6480




TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 2011

University of Montana

Evan Greer and Anne Feeney - music and workshops! - 12:00 noon

Missoula,  MT 

Price: Free!

More information: 412-877-6480



Tuesday, October 4th - 7PM

Anne Feeney and Evan Greer - Music for Hellraisers

The Depot

816 S Arizona

Butte, MT

more information: 406-723-7070


Wednesday, October 5th

Shakespeare and Co. Bookseller

Anne Feeney and Evan Greer singing IWW songs! - 7:00pm

103 S. 3rd St. W

Missoula Montana 59801

406.549.9010

Evan and I will be singing some wobbly tunes at this book signing with Bill Adler, author of the great new book about Joe Hill - The Man Who Never Died: The Life, Times and Legacy of Joe Hill - American Labor Icon

Price: Free!

 


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 2011

Anne Feeney and Evan Greer in Bozeman!

THE FILLING STATION

2005 N Rouse Ave

Bozeman MT 59715

US (406) 587-0585 

Price: $7 - 15 sliding scale

Details TBA! Come out to The Filling Station for some High Energy radical music! Please spread the word!



SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8TH AND 9TH, 2011


Spokane Convention Center

Washington Federation of State Employees Convention



October 11th, 7PM

Anne Feeney and Evan Greer in Concert

Dib's Cafe (Cloud 9 Union Theater)

$8-15 suggested donation

77 W 3rd St

Winona, MN 

507-457-3427



Bruce's vigil

From March 2005 until last night, my friend and comrade Bruce Wolf has organized a Friday night vigil outside Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, DC.  The vigil calls for an immediate end to the wars, return of the troops, funding for veterans' health and needs. For six and half years two-dozen to 200 people have gathered outside the hospital with signs, singing and chanting.



They never missed a single Friday.   An amazing show of fidelity and devotion.  The hospital is closing, and so the vigils come to an end.  Unfortunately, the wars drag on.  I still congratulate Bruce and marvel at this fantastic achievement.

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Brain Scans, etc..

When I get back to Pittsburgh on October 13th I'll have a new brain MRI.  I hope I get good news.  You can follow detailed medical news at http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/annefeeney y

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Sweden/Denmark

Assuming I get the all-clear on the 13th, I'm going to go visit my husband in Sweden on October 15th... We're meeting in Copenhagen, where we went on our honeymoon, and visiting friends in Denmark and Sweden. I'll be there for his birthday on November 12th and then head back to the US for a wonderful family wedding in New Orleans.

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October birthdays & Family News
Casey Horne - Oct 5th, Dan Berlin, Jennifer McCahill, and Maureen Metcalfe - Oct 6th, Jan Boyd - Oct 9th, Jill Weldon Merrill and Bill Feeney - Oct 16th, Shelley Belusar and Steve Merrill on Oct 20th, Della Belmont McCahill -Oct 21st, Mason Avery Gailiunas - Oct 22nd, Carolyn Weldon - Oct 28th, Annie Dinerman - Oct 29th



I'll get to meet Julie's new grandson, Levi while I'm in Sweden!  YAY!


Stetson Kennedy, Rest in Peace


Today in St Augustine people are celebrating the life and work of my dear friend Stetson Kennedy, who died on August 27th and will be sorely missed by all who had the opportunity to know him.  


There's much more to tell, but no time to tell it.
Thanks for tuning in!
In solidarity,


Anne





Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Heads Up Pittsburgh! Big fun on Saturday, September 10th!




Here's some exciting news!


Come to the Pump House in the Homestead Waterfront on Saturday, September 10th at 1:30PM to meet someone very special, sing some Joe Hill songs with me, and buy a wonderful book!

Terrific Book!


My pal Bill Adler is coming to town with copies of his fabulous new book - The Man Who Never Died ... The Life, Times and Legacy of Joe Hill, American Labor Icon.  I met Bill in Sweden last year while he was doing research for the book. I was doing a concert at the Joe Hill house, and Bill came with one of Joe Hill's cousins...

At Joe Hill's House in Gavle, Sweden


Bill Adler


There was a great article about Bill and his book in the NY Times last Sunday. He's making a little history of his own here, as I think he'll be known as the guy who found the evidence that exonerates Joe Hill.  


You won't want to miss this very special event.  I'll lead a few Joe Hill songs, and Bill will talk about the book, and gladly sign your copy!  Cash, checks and credit cards all welcome.

Looking forward to seeing you there:

THE PUMP HOUSE
HOMESTEAD WATERFRONT 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH
1:30 PM

FREE
Light refreshments provided 
(If you've never been to the Waterfront, the Pump House is located on the eastern end of the property, right along the river, just past Lowe's on the way to the Rankin Bridge exit.  It's well marked.) 

Need more information?  Call me:  412-877-6480!


Anne Feeney
http://annefeeney.com
http://cdbaby.com/all/unionmaid - Buy CDs!
412-877-6480 (cell)

"Anne Feeney is the greatest labor singer in North America." -- Utah Phillips