Incisive documentary dissecting the pernicious effect that TV has on dumbing down human discourse and impacting negatively on the physical and mental health of those who consume it excessively? Or a cabaret performance by the Bottoms Up Burlesque Club that features routines inspired by hit musicals and TV shows?
To find out, show up at Artesian on 13th on April 6 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 advance and $20 door.
I intended to finish off this post with a Boob-themed video, by the way, but when I went to YouTube and searched “Boobs” I got 1.6 million hits and by the time I plowed through them all to find out which one was best like Steve typically does with his Friday afternoon pet videos I was out of time. So sorry about that.
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