MARCH’S THIRD SHOW
WE NOW SHOOT FROM OUR BOW;
THE TARGET WE ‘LL HIT–
AND BUDDY, YOU ‘RE IT!
–A BUCOLIC BULL’S EYE WE CALL…
Ask Dr. Hal ‘s
——ARE YOU MISSING THESE PERFORMANCES? —–
WEDNESDAY, March 18th!
==PRESENTED ON OUR ALL-NEW STAGE==
The Famous Chez Poulet Gallery-Cabaret
where SHOWTIME– more or less– BEGINS at around
THE SLAPDOWN– Admission: $ 10-ISH
( C H E A P ! )
N O O N E T U R N E D A W A Y !
( A B A R G A I N ! )
3359 Cesar Chavez St.
(Army) Street between Mission and South Van Ness. Just on the
edge of Bernal Heights. The old Odeon Neighborhood.
The Dr. Hal Report
Vol. IX No. 19
“Yea, welcome March! and though I die ere June,
Yet for the hope of life I give thee praise,
Striving to swell the burden of the tune
That even now I hear thy brown birds raise, ”
— William Morris, March: An Ode
END IN SIGHT! – COUNTDOWN TO DOOM – 4 MORE SHOWS! – LAST SHOW IS APRIL 8th – RADIO REJECTS – CHICKEN vs. MONKEY – GRASPING AT STRAWS? – SINISTER SUPER-ARTHROPOD RANTS, MENACES EARTH – THE GREAT PIGGY-BANK ROBBERY – CAPPY’S MASTER PLAN – PETE GOLDIE’S STARRY WISDOM – HOUSE RULES RULE – QUESTIONABLE ANSWERS – SOCIAL NOTES – GIANT CHICKEN HAS HYBRID CHIMERA BUDDY, THE DREAD
GORILLICKEN (OR CHICKILLA ) – PARADE OF PULCHRITUDE – HELPING HOLLIS HOME – LOOP! STATION SENSATION – KrOB’S FILM FARM RETURNS WITH MORE BUS RIDES, DOUBLE
FEATURES & MATCHING DESTINATIONS – THE INCREDIBLY STRANGE CREATURES WHO STOPPED LIVING & BECAME MIXED-UP ZOMBIES – ORGY OF THE DEAD – COMMANDER 14 OF NONCHALANCE – CHICKEN & HAL TO HIT AMNESIA – YOKED EVEN MORE WITH YOU TUBE – PUZZO’S NEWEST CLIPS –
FOR THE TIME BEING,
the Ask Dr. Hal! Show is still playing on Cesar Chavez
Street at the (mostly) red-painted Jean Poulet Gallery-Cabaret. We always get a good crowd and are
putting on some memorable performances. But… these shows are coming to an end. We will be doing–
it’s official– FOUR MORE SHOWS. Who says so? Why, Chicken John. He‘s going to be leaving all of us in
San Francisco as he goes gallivanting off to Europe on April 21st– you can see our final performance on
April 8th. It’s all so he can mess around installing cumbrous internal combustion engines from massive
American cars in tippy-tippy Euro-“Art Boats” over there in Slovenia–and since the show these days takes
place in his house, though everyone else in our cast would be quite happy to keep on with a “guest host”
(these same exact arrangements have been made successfully before), restive Mr. Rinaldi doesn’t want a
crowd of people there while he‘s away and unable to prevent them from invading, shuffling into the various rooms including his atelier and sanctum sanctorum, stealing his shirt studs and collar stays, the good silverware, his collections of Fabergé eggs, gilded snuff-boxes and framed hunting prints, rifling through
his drawers, leaving fingerprints on the wallpaper and “borrowing” (permanently) his beloved arsenal of power tools. that’s it; So, we’re (soon going to be) out of there, it’s been swell, and now, perforce, we begin our dreaded…
COUNTDOWN TO DOOM! JUST 4
more play dates, four more opportunities remaining to experience the awe and
mystery, the wonder and bemusement, the savagery and splendor, we call the Ask Dr. Hal! Show.
BUT… WE‘LL CONTINUE AS BEFORE ON PIRATE CAT RADIO, RIGHT?
Wrong. Dr. Hal, KrOB, even Astronomer Royal Pete Goldie, have been permanently booted off SF’s
popular pirate FM station by station manager Dr. Monkey. Because we asked him not to advertise our
radio show when we weren’t there, confusing and disappointing our listeners, but he ignored us
despite repeated requests, Chicken got involved– and you can guess what happened next– he
exercised the “Nuclear Option–” that is, insulting Monkey so much that PCR‘s chief factotum blew a
gasket– and now that grossly insulted individual (flamed as only Chicken can do) never wants to lay
eyes on any of our fatuous fat-cheek’d faces again– in short, none of us can e’er return. No, not to that
FAINT GLIMMERS OF HOPE?
There do exist a few evanescent wisps of hope that we yet may do some sort of post-Chicken
performances, even some sort of (non-Pirate Cat) radio. But ‘twould be ill-advised to comment
prematurely. As mighty KrOB Sabrepop himself would tell you, “You look like a pooped-out
pinwheel!” That’s what he‘d say. So, we have only to say, keep watching this space– to see if the idea
of a Chicken-less Dr. Hal Show somewhere else is a false hope– or instead one with an ever-so-slight
chance of becoming real. Meanwhile, in our remaining run at Chez Poulet, we‘re more determined than
ever to make history in our own way. We‘ve carried the show on for many years now– and are always
refining it a degree or so further, trying to ascertain what “works” and what we have to conclude never will.
KrOB’s on the job, as always, brewing up new surprises. And he‘s got a real never-before-seen
spectacular this week, when the traditional obligatory Monster Clip will introduce you to a fiendish invader
from outer space and beyond, when …
KrOB, San Francisco, introduces:
THE HIDEOUS COSMIC BLOWHARD!
No, not Dr. Hal. A loquacious giant arthropod with an aggressive, intractable attitude and an appetite for
destruction.Yet another in a series of unforgettable KrOB “Edits!” Scientific! Educational! View it all on
our Giant Screen (or, if you prefer to, on our “size-challenged” screen). But, before that…
WE START… WITH A KLASSIC KARTOON!
It’s our pleasure– and, we hope, yours. Just before every performance begins, we screen one of the great cartoons, masterpieces lovingly selected by KrOB. Last week’s entry was The Mechanical Monsters (1941), one of the cream of the Fleischers’ Superman series (though, unaccountably, Chicken didn’t care for it– but you
can’t please everybody, we guess. He may like this week’s selection better, perhaps); it’s one of our favorites, and the work of our all-time favorite cartoon director at Warner Bros. (or anywhere else). It’s The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946). It was directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster and animated by some of Warners’ best cartoon men: Izzy Ellis, Manny Gould, Bill Melendez and Rod Scribner. Like any Clampett
cartoon, TGPBR contains enough fast-paced gags to fill a hundred other cartoons. It’s wildly inventive– Daffy
Duck, hunting his purloined piggy bank, becomes “Duck Twacy,” and even if you‘ve never seen Chester Gould‘s
iconic newspaper strip, the source of this parody (come to think of it, this is sadly likely, as today the
uninformed viewer, kept in a state of ignorance by corporate fiat, probably indeed never read Dick Tracy, and
is more likely to be familiar with derivative, limited-animation Japanese cartoons than with these truly superior
American short films), you‘ll still be dazzled by its endless inventiveness and energy. John Kricfalusi, the
creator of Ren & Stimpy, has named this as his favorite cartoon. Like others we‘ve shown at Ask Dr. Hal! it has
suffered, over the years, from censorship problems; when this cartoon recently aired on the WB Network TV
shows “Bugs ‘n Daffy“ and “The Daffy Duck Show”, the scene of Daffy locking all the criminals in a closet,
blasting them with his Thompson submachine gun, and all of the criminals falling out in rapid succession– was
cut for being “too violent” –it’s a freakin’ cartoon, for Gobbs’ sake! (It should be of note that this censored scene
is said to be Kricfalusi’s favorite.) But really, these are details which have often caused the film to be mutilated or
entirely suppressed. Well, friends, you won’t see the censor‘s hand at work when we show it– we are, as always,
taking pains to give you the whole thing, complete and uncut. Oh, yes, we think everyone should see this
cartoon, and the version we‘re showing comes from a pristine, absolutely perfect print. So join us at the good old
Chez Poulet Gallery Cabaret this Wednesday night, won’t you? –in time to catch up with yet another treasure
of your Nation’s once-flourishing but now (that the Conspiracy has dumbed it all down) mostly vanished
popular culture. By the bye– you must know by now that we‘re trying to show you something wonderful here.
If you‘re just going to socialize and ignore the cartoon while we run it, do us and everyone else a favor and go
outside and have a cigarette, or play in traffic. Remember, though, the rest of our show will start right up at the
very moment the cartoon ends…
” …Bob Clampett‘s forever priceless The Great Piggy Bank Robbery is clearly a work of the highest cinematic
poetry, for prompting the film’s manic hilarity are a sequence of images that remain among the most indelible
in cartoon history.”
–(Animation historian) Steve Schneider, The 50 Greatest Cartoons: As Selected by 1,000 Animation Professionals
BURBLING, BULBOUS BUG FROM BEYOND!
Now KrOB has really done it. He‘s got hold of a monster never seen before at our show, including all other runs
during all those years. A monster so hideous, so squirm-inducing, so biologically fabulous that you will never
forget the night its loathsome visage seared its way into your violated consciousness. (You will also wish it would
just shut up, as this particular monster perpetually orates, employing bombast that would suit a Marvel Comics
villain scripted by Stan Lee at his most irritating.) It has an enormous head covered in spikes and pincers, cavernous
jaws filled with multiple rows of teeth, some of which are capable of independent movement, insect-like legs, a
dinosaur-sized, scorpion-esque body, two giant pincers each containing refractile, fleshy tentacles and a
twin-pronged, wriggling abdomen which suggests a demented earwig. And, as previously noted, it runs off at the
mouth. It‘s here to exterminate humanity and occupy the Earth with others of its kind, but is defeated by a midget in
a duck suit driving a kiddy car. Wonderful, artful stop-motion animation directed by Phil Tippett and supervised by
Harry Walton, performed by Tom St. Amand. What other night club show would present this as an attraction? A
KrOB Monster Edit to stand with “Monster Snake Coffee Break” and the other Greatest Hits in the KrOB Pantheon of
Monsters. Narrated, as always, by Dr. Hal.
HEY, WE GOT…
HUNG-OVER HILLBILLIES– THE PO’BUCKET FAMILY!
In a tiny, tinny, run-down, beat-up, two-bit trailer suspended high above our Ask Dr. Hal! stage dwell the alcoholic
Po’bucket Family, authentic mountain people from whom Chicken has apparently been illegally collecting rent for
their minimal share of his cavernous domain. It’s whispered that they pay not in money but in the product produced n their concealed “meth” lab. We choose to disbelieve this absurd canard– that trailer’s just too small. Even
hillbillies couldn’t pull such a thing off in such a reduced amount of space. (The term hillbilly is commonly known in
non-Appalachian areas, including Missouri‘s Ozark Mountains and the Current River Basin, as a reference used in
describing socially backward people that fit certain “countrified,” (e.g. rural) characteristics, largely considered to be
of Celto-cambrian (Scots-Irish) descent.In this context, it is often, though not always, derogatory. Although those in
question may not reside in a region that has hills of any kind, the word is preferred to such disparaging terms as,
say, white trash. In urban usage, it is sometimes used interchangeably with Redneck.) No one in fact has yet been able
to determine just how many there are of these folks at Chicken‘s. But be warned that quite often the sound of an
ongoing show, audience laughter, etc. –will bring them out of their stereotypical lair like a frenzied swarm of
Appalachian ants, hayseed hornets, sodbuster skeeters, backwoods bees, countrified cockroaches, yokel yellow
mealworms, rusticated rice weevils, rube roundheaded apple tree borers or Podunk potato flea beetles. When this
happens, the show, we should warn you, may suffer a momentary interruption. We‘re used to it by now, of course, after all this time. But we can’t tell you just to “ignore this bucolic brood,” as that is truly beyond anyone’s powers, when the whole clan suddenly erupts forth with rowdy èlan, often in mid-show. Just surrender to the okie-fied inevitable– we do– settle yourself in for the down-home shivaree, as the whole trailer-full sets in a-pickin’ and a-grinnin’ –and proffer a
big, friendly Howdy-do! to Family Units “Big Jed” Moses, “Daisy Duke” Spy and (of course), the smallest con-sarned
varmint of ’em all, li’l Lucky.
MIRABILE DICTU— IT’S YOU, FRANK CHU!
Yes, Frank is back! And we‘ve got him! The Emperor Norton of our own time regularly appears at our show to
deliver his Message! And the tangled tale of Frank Chu was recently told in these pages. (See The Dr. Hal
Report, Vol. IX, Nos. 14, 15 & 16). Like the original Norton, Frank is shown deference by the discriminating,
given free meals and so on. Amazing how history repeats itself, isn’t it? We will always welcome Frank Chu at
Ask Dr. Hal! You‘ll see him there. See him right now, if you want, in the Puzzling Evidence video clip of our
February 25th show (Part 2) by clicking on the link you‘ll find in the column at the bottom of the Dr. Hal Report.
In a cloud of swirling incense, David “Yo-Yo Pro” Capurro, a mainstay of our show for lo these many years,
provides a running visual commentary to all that is said and done as the show goes on. It works like this: we
mention a topic, David operates his keyboard, and almost instantly there’s a related image up on the screen. I.J.
(Internet Jockey) Capurro, also known for his alter-identity Yo-Yo Pro, one of the original Monsters of Yo-Yo and
Master of Yo-Yo Fu extraordinaire, is a multi-talented, accomplished baker and a competent guitarist. A cool
customer– but he really lives for but one purpose. His main delight in this life is to ask an anonymous question
at Ask Dr. Hal! and get Chicken, unknowingly, to pour him a free shot of Fernet. And in this, strangely enough, he
always succeeds. He sure can do it. So he does it.
PETE GOLDIE CUTS TO THE CHASE– IN SPACE!
In what some consider the best part of our show, ADH Science expert Pete Goldie leads attendees through the
endless reaches of the Universe in his continuing segment, ” (The) Waste(s) of Space.” Pete will be on hand this
week too, to present more of the newest discoveries made in the eternal realms of the unfathomable void. Hey,
kids! Ask Pete about how for the first time in five years, the International Space Station had to change course last
Wednesday to avoid a piece of space junk — in this case, satellite debris that the Russians insist wasn’t there! Well, a piece
of somebody’s disintegrating satellite almost larruped the Space Station a good one. Luckily, they got out of the way just in time. And it seems the course-correcting maneuver, which nade ingenious use of the engines aboard the European Space Agency’s Automated Transfer Vehicle, or ATV, now docked at the Russian end of the station, was enacted flawlessly.
However, as a result of the thruster firing, now the space station’s 18,000-mph progress around Earth has been slowed
by about 2 mph, which will result in lowering the height of its orbit by about a mile, possibly into a zone of even more potential collisions with hurtling space garbage traveling at bullet-fast speeds. Of course, the ATV was already being prepared to separate early next month. Ground-based controllers had planned to put the craft through a variety of tests during three weeks of solo flight before “safely” plunging it into the atmosphere somewhere over the South Pacific. And, despite the
needlessly abusive sallies of Chicken, as sure as Entropy, Pete (when not interrupted by a rampaging rogue gorilla, a giant, dancing human-sized chicken, a monstrous cross-species hybrid of the two forms or an unseemly eructation of roof-dwelling hillbillies) is going to be telling each and every one of us al-l-l-l about this potentially god-awful disaster far above our unprotected heads. Enjoy!
!?@#$%?!! CHICKEN JOHN SEZ:
“Hey, everybody– all you !!?@#$%?!!s should come see the !!?@#$%?!! Ask Dr. Hal! Show in a brand new
location: my !!?@#$%?!! living room. It’s four !!?@#$%?!! guys doing !!?@#$%?!! improv, on 4 different !
!?@#$%?!! levels. It can be !!?@#$%?!! amazing, just !!?@#$%?!! amazing…“
NOT A BAR— BUT YOU CAN DRINK!
So there won’t be any booze for sale, OK? We don’t do the show in a bar any more, so, though it’s OK to drink, you
need to BRING YOUR OWN. We encourage you to BRING ALCOHOL. Of course, good questions will still be
rewarded in the traditional manner— with that old standby, Fernet Branca, TM –the “Miracle Liquor.” That’s how Paul
Pot and David “Cappy” Capurro (see above) do it–and that’s the one way you can still get a drink at Ask Dr. Hal!
THE ASK DR. HAL! SHOW – FEATURING FRANK CHU – CHICKEN JOHN – DR. HAL – KrOB – PETE GOLDIE – DAVID
CAPURRO – ALL QUESTIONS CHEERFULLY ANSWERED – BARDIC RECITATIONS – FERNET GIVEAWAYS –
CARTOONS – KrOB MONSTER CLIP EDITS – WITH OUR VERY SPECIAL GUESTS THOSE ROOF-DWELLING
HILLBILLIES THE “PO’BUCKETS” – DONATION TEN DOLLARS OR SO – AS CLOSE AS YOU THINK YOU CAN COME –
OUR DROP DEAD GORGEOUS DOOR-GIRL WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY AND STEAL YOUR HEART AS YOU CROSS
HER PALM & OUR THRESHOLD. MAN! ISN’T SHE LOVELY? WELL– ALL RIGHT, WE ADMIT IT– IT WON’T BE SHE.
YES, IT’LL BE ROBERT LEVY. YOU SEE, THAT DOOR-GIRL GOT WISE TO US— AND IS GONE– LONG GONE…
ANYWAY, COME ALL, COME ONE, NEW SHOW, NEW RUN…
GETTING OUT OF HAND: “Piazzi” Pete Goldie had not one but two giant chickens in his act last Wed.; 2 much of a
good thing? ‘Specially since one of ’em was indeed a Thing– a chicken-bodied, gorilla-headed monstrosity
capering on (or capon-ing in) with the Sponsor’s Product(s). If we needed to see a sight like that, consuming a barrel
o’ sauerkraut & chok’lit ice cream before we turn in wd. do th’ trick. Look, prankish Pete– enuff is enuff… CANDLE
SCANDAL: Flash! Now we have the know-how to know now it’s a no-no to lean back in your seat at the show if one
of those candles is directly behind you, as one flammable ADH attendee found out to her tonsorial terror– the smell
of burned hair lingered a while… At least she gets to inaugurate a new hair style, full in the front, spare in the back…
now we style hair too? Serially, folks, we always did worry abt. those little flames, & argified incessantly with th’
landlord, Mister “reckless” Rinaldi, that it might be a safety issue. We expect th’ lawsuit any day now… WOWED
CROWD: Dapper Don Bruce, peripatetic Paul de Jong, redoubtable Rev. Chip & neighborly Nemo joined jewel-bright
Julie Holabird, divine Dawn Stott & radiant Rhiannon Charisse among others to ask a set of queries that actually
made a good show… Also on hand was poet Delphic Donald Sidney-Fryer, visiting from Los Angeles. The “last of the
courtly poets,” doughty Don was in town to perform a reading of his new book,The Atlantis Fragments (we got ours!)
last Sun. @ Borderlands books on Valencia… HANDS OUT TO HOLLIS: The fundraising continues, all to provide
financial help for our pal, Junkyard siren honey-haired Hollis Hawthorne, injured in a motorcycle mishap in India &
needing funds to get into Stanford Medical Hospital on these shores. Sofar, th’ community has raised more than 50
grand in just the past few daze… You can take part & donate– keep in touch with the latest developments at
http://friendsofhollis.blogspot.com/ –or donate thru paypal @ firstname.lastname@example.org –the Friends of Hollis will
thank you. And remember, you’ll be a member… WORTHY OF NOTE: Updates on Upcoming Uphevals Here– & in
the Noosphere… LOOP! SCOOP: —Now it’s available– Loop! Station‘s newest CD, Love vs. Love. We’re assuming
that you have their other CDs. This one will complete the set– so if you’re a fan of resplendent Robin Coomer &
sterling Sam Bass– get it at Fry’s Electronics– or right here, by clicking on email@example.com/loopstation4 –get
more on all this at www.loopthis.com— & support your local arts while they’re still local… FILM FUN: Monday-Nite
Blahs getting you down? KrOB’s Film Farm on the Bus is back! Yes, this Monday, March, 16th, meet in front of Ritual
Roasters, 1026 Valencia Street at 6:30 PM (note time change) & board the Big Green Bus. then hold on for the
ride of your life as “Columbus” Chicken pilots the famed vehicle, while kra-a-azy KrOB’s Movie Show unrolls on two
separate screens, one in front & one in back. Each show’s a Double Feature– first screened will be The Incredibly
Strange Creatures who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-up Zombies (Dir: rogue Ray Dennis Steckler, a.k.a.
corny “Cash Flagg,” 1964)– a good movie to watch while on a speeding, lurching bus– followed by the
babe-a-licious Orgy of the Dead (Dir: amoral A.C. Stephens, 1965) written by egregious Edward D. Wood, Jr. & just
as bad as that implies, with clammy Criswell in a studio-set “graveyard” watching dispirited strippers endlessly
wriggling their exposed bazooms on & on…& on… to bongo-drum “beatnik” music. You can’t miss this one.
Udderly beautiful… Also featuring krazy KrOB’s Patented Eyenoise– our favorite part of th’ programme… This time
the ol’ APPLAUSE bus rolls out to the Casino Arcade at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk for some games, new
and old, maybe with time to check out lively Laughing Sal, do some Bowling Alley Karaoke, or just take a chance
to stroll through the deserted amusement park. Cool! We’ll all be back ’round Midnite. The whole thing is a
bargain– just ten measly bucks… FAINEANT FOLLIES: The Era of Nonchalance is at hand! If you know what that
means (or would like to), have we got a project for you! Go to Dolores Park at any time. Bring a radio. Once you’re
there, tune it to 107.9 FM. Yes, when you’re in upper Dolores Park, you can listen to a continuous hour-and-forty-
five minute specially engineered dynamic Dr. Hal broadcast (there called Commander 14), running 24-7 on FM
radio, 107.9 FM in (((stereo))). And it doesn’t stop there… SING ALONG WITH CHICKEN & HAL: Once again daring
Dr. Hal & crazy Chicken will do a music set– this time at Amnesia, 853 Valencia St., between 19th & 20th-– on
Sunday nite– April 19th. We’re working up some new songs & old favorites, & we will rock you… Keep watching
this space for more relentless revelationz…
AMUSING PUZZLING EVIDENCE YOU TUBE CLIPS!
Did you know you can watch some of the show right this minute? Well, thanx to Puzzling Evidence, you
can! Go ahead– scope out a few of the hi-lites from previous episodes of Ask Dr. Hal! —on You Tube! It’s easy!
It’s fun! It’s time-consuming! And it’s technologically au courant, and absolutely the next best thing to being there
in person! How? How, you say? You do? Why are you talking to your computer? Go ahead– just click, clickety-click,
on these handy URLs.
The show launches with Chicken‘s Monologue and Pete Goldie‘s paideutic presentation; we
examine the surface of the planet Mars and look at active Neutron Stars February 25th (Pt. 1):
Midget cover bands, Hillbilly interference, and Frank Chu all contribute on February 25th (Pt. 2):
SubGenius propaganda leads the ADH onslaught on February 25th (Pt. 3):
The Skeleton in Armor closes the show with the saga of a Viking’s life and death on February 25th (Pt. 4):
Pete Goldie puts out a Church Air-flavored Science Sizzler @ ADH, more, on February 18th – The first part:
The Price of scrap steel and stock analysis from Chicken intros Dr. Hal‘s Wm. Blake recitation on February 18th
in (Pt. 2):
More of February 18th‘s hard-hitting Hal Show hammers the point(s) home (Pt. 3) including the dread KrOB
Chicken gets a giant spider in the U.S. Mail and welcomes Pete Goldie in the first
of two parts from ADH on February 11th (Pt. 1):
Frank Chu appears like a wandering ghost to haunt our rain-dogged Feb. 11th folly
(Pt. 2), more:
Just get an eyeload of the first part of February 4th‘s febrile free-for-all (Pt. 1):
Now permit yourself a peek at the next cheering chunk from Puzz-Ev TV (Pt. 2):
Observe now the orisons of the terminal trefoil tingle of Feb. 4th‘s farandole (Pt. 3):
Scrutinize spectacular samples from our circuitous circus on January 28th (Pt. 1):
Peruse the second part of January 28th‘s nonpareil Nonesuch (Pt. 2):
The third part & 2nd iteration of Jan. 28th‘s performance sensation (Pt. 3):
View variegated visions from our proactive presentation in mid-January of this young year
January 14th (Pt. 1):
The second part of PUZZ-EV’s commanding compilation of the best of ADH’s mid-month
marvel (Pt. 2):
Here’s the skinny on the first show of 2009, in You Tube Edit form, January 7th (Pt. 1):
The second helping of our succulent show smorgasbord (Pt. 2):
Look & wonder as you observe pivotal occurrences from our last show of the year (New Year’s
Eve) December 31st (Pt. 1):
The second half of PUZZ-EV‘s hard-hitting slice of our New Year’s omnivorous omnibus (Pt. 2):
Gaze now at this exceptional edit, excerpted from our recent exhilarating December 24th
performance (Pt. 1):
MORE URL’S BELOW IN Vol. IX, No. 18!
SEE YOU WEDNESDAY!