A Rrose in a Prose: The Morning After
Oh hey, and if you are still recovering from Saturday night’s festivities, or if you just can’t make it, check out the Pickle Factory on July 20! At 5 p.m. we’ll be having this month’s A Rrose in a Prose. The theme is “The Morning After…” which is why I used this photo of a USO show on Normandy Beach the day after D-Day!
Poets and authors this round will include:
… and, of course, the whole thing is hosted by D. M. Collins (I think he’s dead sexy).
Don’t forget to bring your art money–the “Dancing About Architecture: L.A. RECORD and the Art of Visualizing the Aural” exhibit is still up at The Pickle Factory but is coming down soon!
And stick around until the end–our musical guest this time is Erleen Nada! I can’t get enough of her snappy every man’s alienation and alien, minimal beats. She even says she’ll be premiering a new song, performed for the first time anywhere for us!
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