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« Thursday January 11, 2007 »
Start: 6:59 pm
End: 6:59 pm

Digitally projected and fully licensed, these modern masterworks will roar to life out of our new stereo sound system. Come early to see a cartoon before the show! Feel free to bring your own candy, popcorn and pop. Doors open fifteen minutes before the show. Fridays at 7:00 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium. Free and open to the public.


Start: 9:30 pm
End: 12:00 am

I came across this at Steve Goldberg's "What's in the Bag" blog and it sounds excellent. Quote: "The new year has finally arrived, but the Literary Café Poetry Academy is already well 2 months into their new year, and we have lined up yet another amazing evening of poetry and party. This Thursday, January 11 at 9:30pm (very sharp, pleeeze) the veterans, Daniel Gray-Kontar and RA Washington will be the features. These two have worked together before for delicious displays of verbal prowess and promise to give a show of extraordinary magnitude. Come to the Lit at 1031 Literary Road to witness the excitement."

ra washingtopnRA Washington is a writer, musician, a teacher, a publisher, an artist, an independent film actor, and member of The Progressive Arts Alliance. Washington authored a number of books of poetry and novellas, published the literary magazine, Fair Trade, and his short films and paintings have been shown in independent galleries across the east coast, as well as, London, England, and Toronto, Canada. He was the Cleveland Museum of Art’s first ever Poet-in-Residence and is now MOCA’s director of community outreach. Sometimes known as King Freeqy, he can be seen holding court at Civilization coffee shop in Tremont.