December, 2004

  • December 29, 2004 • Culture Dept. • Views: 119

    The Arms & Legs Live at the Phoenix Theater

    After two days confined to the musty enclaves of Roger “The Raj” Tschann’s Grizzly Bear studios, your favorite anatomically-correct rock band, The Arms & Legs, has emerged head first with its first record. The...

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  • December 24, 2004 • Culture Dept. • Views: 140

    Sidekick Services Agreement

    Below is your revised special services agreement as my personal sidekick. Several additions and/or adjustments have been made to address issues that arose during the past few weeks, or more pointedly, after your embarrassing crying jag at...

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  • December 20, 2004 • Culture Dept. • Views: 161

    Look-Alike Contest

    Are you a Daedalus Howell look-alike? Does your rakish mien skew Mediterranean? Can your timeless charm be attributed to an aquiline nose? Do you wear a 44 Long Suit and size 11 shoes with no distinguishing marks, scars or tattoos? Dental...

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  • December 16, 2004 • Culture Dept. • Views: 169

    Blake Replies

    Read yesterday’s to follow today’s… FROM BLAKE: Attn. Daedalus (if that indeed is your real name) — Poor sir, you’re a fool. This search for yourself in the eyes of women is dull and ordinary. Moreover, the...

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  • December 15, 2004 • Culture Dept. • Views: 150

    Her Many Lovers

    Blake, man — Forgive the lapse, chap. Been waylaid conducting important research: indeed, the search for a unified field theory of women continues. At least ex post facto. And no thanks to the Lumaville Daily Echo, by the way....

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  • December 10, 2004 • Culture Dept. • Views: 299

    Twisted X-Mas Live

    Traditionally, the only things twisted about Christmas were the red and white stripes around a candy cane. Then came Petaluma writer David Templeton and his short-story showcase “Twisted Christmas Live!” Now in its second year,...

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