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    The Blackout Diaries

    Hey all,

    I'm launching a new show at The Lincoln Lodge called The Blackout Diaries. The comics tell real stories (mostly, but not exclusively, about drinking). Then the audience can then ask questions. There's also a bit of multimedia- photos and such.

    The first one sold out but it looks like there might be seats left for the next two. The Lodge lets comics see all shows for free, providing it hasn't sold out. So, if you're looking for some thing to do on Friday- stop by.

    9 PM @ The Lincoln Lodge
    Fri July 29th and Fri Aug 5th

    http://blackoutdiaries.info


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    Re: The Blackout Diaries

    Probably should have mentioned the lineup: CJ Sullivan (telling story about being a professional poker player), The Puterbaugh Sisters (they have named their thread of stories, "Always a Train Wreck, Never a Bride") and Brian McGannon (who's segment is called "Eating Your Way Out of a Hangover")


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    Re: The Blackout Diaries

    Sean's stories are the best thing in Chicago stand-up. If you are missing a story series he's curating you are a sad creature of regret in the future.



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    The band relocated a second time, to San Francisco in 1984, and toured the East Coast with Ministry that year before breaking up. Jourgensen recruited Paul and Roland Barker and Rieflin to the line-up of Ministry, playing a major part in the transformation of Ministry from a synth-driven dance band to one of the top exponents of industrial music. This started a long collaboration between Paul Barker and Jourgensen in Ministry, Revolting Cocks, Lard, and other projects. Reiflin released a solo album in 1999 - Birth of a Giant, worked with KMFDM, Pigface, Ruby, Peter Murphy, and Nine Inch Nails, and was the touring drummer for R.E.M.



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