Which translates to “Have a good year!” Tonight, you see, is the start of Rosh Hashanah, and a good year is what I wish you all:
So it looks like Jason did a private show at a church in Pharr, TX, on Friday. From Instagram: Fun times last night watching a private Jason Castro show! He threw in a little Spanish for the RGV!!! Video by jenniferm026 Thanks for the find, Jasonized.
Jason opened this year’s Midwestern State University Artist Lecture Series this past Thursday night, but although there was a Copian in the house–and she was ready with her camera!–we don’t have bootleg because no photos or videos allowed. Sadness reigns. However! The campus paper did post some before-during-and-after photos: Reporter @lowellnash interviewing Jason Castro before
Labor Day–that’s the [un]official end of summer in the US–sales, barbecues, flags and fun, right? Actually, what today is about is “Labor” as in organized labor. In 1898 (four years after Labor Day became a federal holiday), Samuel Gompers, head of the AFL, called Labor Day the day for which the toilers in past centuries