Here is the correct link: http://www.regulatorbookshop.com/event/tra…
Nothing like it in the area! Talented kids, comics, and teachers. Great way to spend an evening, laughing out loud! Good stuff!!!
Fun for the whole family.
Hilarious and family friendly! What's not to love?
We love Moonlight for all things kids and performing. KIDPROV is a great alternative for younger audiences. No one else in the Triangle is doing live improv show for kids by kids! Estes, Jeris and the whole gang at Moonlighy are just awesome!
See it. Amazing acting in the bold story of changes over decades. Congrats Mortall Coile!
To sign up as a spoken word performer:
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+1 would read again
As a current temporary resident/visitor of Arcosanti right now, I wonder if there could be a way to chronicle life at Arcosanti that really captures the complexity of the project and the people that live there rather than simply continue to fixate on the founder like the media and the intelligencia has. Because our struggle to make the project reflect our shared dream exposes the challenges of overcoming the egocentric tendencies of any movement to achieve something ambitious in humanity by those who originate those movements and make it truly a community effort for positive social change.
Cant wait to see everyone tomorrow!
Fantastic! Please tell everyone I wanted to be there!! How I wish you could be in two places at once!!
A sample of the what you might here at the concert on Friday night - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2fyfJzhV_I
'tanks Jordan. Good stuff! - jeremy/the affectionates
This is going to be a lot of fun. I can't wait for tomorrow night!
Due to a late flight, Savage Knights will play at 9, with White Cascade starting at 10.
Word? $50 for burgers and beer? GTFOH!
So much fun! We love the Tavern, and the DJ s were really down to earth and played our requests
Not to mention (I guess cause they are local?) free jazz collective The Empty Sound whose recent album
" is Zen like, recalling the more atmospheric and challenging west coast jazz from the 1950's (Chico Hamilton, Jimmy Giuffre), combined with modern free improvisational sensibilities. The playing is breezy, deceptively effortless, nuanced and fun..." Stefan Wood
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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