Twenty-Two Years Ago, we worked in a Speakeasy. It looked like an old bank building over there on Kinnickinnic Avenue. Moose was the doorman, and if you didn't know the password, man, oh man you just didn't get in. Inside you took a table, Charlie would help you find a seat, and let the action unfold around you - Gangsters, Bootleggers, Flappers, and, of course everybody's favorite beverage - "Vito's Ginger Ale". - maybe there was something illegal going on there, because some nights the joint got raided. . .
Actually, it was a community theater project called Speakeasy!, a successful theatrical series that carried on for four years. Tape was newly rescued by the Wayback Machine, an expert video by Norm Lorenz. Can you believe how much energy we had those 22 years ago?
Get Crackin! - My friend Jenn Shurkus had a great idea for sort of a challenge around Christmas cards. She calls it "Get Crackin' on Christmas." It just so happens that ...
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