V.19 No.43 |
The Daily Word 10.28.10: Volcano, Charlie Chaplin, Keith Richards,
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Oct 28 2010 10:37 AM ]
Dems hope they can win this thing if enough voters go to the polls.
Carve a pornkin. NSFW.
Woman spotted talking on a cell phone in a 1928 Charlie Chaplin film.
Anti-abortion group campaigns for candidates outside churches.
You know who pushed SB 1070? The prison industry in Arizona. More immigrants in custody means more money.
Secretary of State's Office causing trouble for poll workers today. Shouldn't affect voters.
Sisters are good for you.
When the Lobos suck, they lose big money in ticket sales.
How the hell is Keith Richards alive?
Things may be turning around for the unemployed.
Gas station robbers in Santa Fe make away with smokes and pocket change.
"I had no idea what I was signing," says Bank of America employee.
Heroin shortage in Dublin creates a new kind of drug-dealer.
He spoke to the volcano until it killed him.
V.19 No.4 | 1/28/2010
Alibi’s Rock For Haiti
By Marisa Demarco [ Mon Jan 25 2010 12:29 PM ]
Sometimes putting a show together involves herding inebriated cats.
This one’s been unbelievably easy, and we started working on it just a couple days ago.
All the bands are ready to play (for free). And look at this lineup:
Thursday, Jan. 28 at Launchpad. $5 minimum donation. Music starts at 8 p.m.
The Launchpad was thrilled to give us a night. Eclipse Production Services happily donated amps and drums for the stage. Ecco Gelato will be serving up free scoops of gelato all night to attendees.
Jessica Billey, Minie Gonzales and Maya Malloy are contributing art for a raffle. We’re also putting up ski lift tickets, restaurant certificates and a free massage.
If anyone has anything else they’d like to donate to the raffle, call me: 346-0660 x. 245 or e-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
100 percent of the proceeds benefit the Red Cross efforts on the ground in Haiti.
And if you’ve got an old cell phone laying around, we’ll have a box for them, too. Relief workers are requesting cell phones.
Batman (1989) at KiMo Theatre
Tim Burton's dark retelling of the Batman story, starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Part of the '90s Batman film series.
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