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December   1

Happy Holidays, Montclair Style

Bush_1There's a holiday party tonight and you're invited.

Just choose whether you're up for storybook characters or a Bush bash. At the Starbucks on Valley Road, the politics takes place outside, but free coffee, treats and raffles for prizes inside from 6-8 pm. Starbucks dowtown will also party with free grog java, treats and prizes from 6-8 as well. Also promised, an appearance by Winnie the Pooh and reindeer, too.

December 1, 2005 in Only in Montclair | Permalink

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Was the FREE plug for the Larouche organization necessary?

I prefer plugging the Free Starbuck's coffee!

Posted by: Franklin | Dec 1, 2005 3:41:30 PM

...........ART NIGHT IV..............

The free-thinking public is cordially invited to attend the next installment of "Art Night," an evening of music, wine, painting, more wine, and poetry hosted by the Montclair Artisans' Cabal. Spat from the earth earlier this year, the Cabal has been described as a cluster of "mad and brave souls whose ideas tip-toe the blurry line between the absurd and whatever it ist that lives past the absurd." The Cabal congregates this Friday, Dec 2, at 8 p.m. For location info, call 201.543.9752 or email softglow2@yahoo.com.

Posted by: The CaBal | Dec 1, 2005 5:23:10 PM

Franklin,
Freedom of expression and association.

Posted by: The Iceman | Dec 1, 2005 5:26:10 PM

"mad and brave souls whose ideas tip-toe the blurry line between the absurd and whatever it ist that lives past the absurd."

I think this belongs in the State Government thread.

Posted by: Conan the Grammarian | Dec 1, 2005 5:26:39 PM

LaRouche used nuclear fears to get votes decades ago when Bush was only drinking beer and watching ball games.

Posted by: buycopy | Dec 1, 2005 5:37:18 PM

Back in the 70's, the Laroucheites were way, waayy to the left. Somehow they've "evolved" to where they come off to many people as almost semi-respectable. No, they remain loonies. Cultist loonies at that. Publicity for them does nothing for reasoned discourse. Perhaps those promised reindeer can stampede them away. (They used to have a storefront office on Washington Ave. in Belleville.)

Posted by: cathar | Dec 1, 2005 6:13:18 PM

i don't know what to make of the laroucheites, but they are pretty hilarious. my favorite news item goes back a few years. lyndon larouche sent his top chief of staff or main assistant or whatever, to attend a very important vote on some issue in washington dc, and then got really upset because the guy went to a star trek convention in boston or something for three days. i remember cutting the article out of page D47 of the newspaper and taping it to my desk years ago.

Posted by: fran | Dec 1, 2005 6:35:06 PM

my favorite larouche news item goes back a few years. lyndon larouche sent his top chief of staff or main assistant or whatever, to attend a very important vote on some issue in washington dc, and then got really upset because the guy went to a star trek convention in boston or something for three days. i remember cutting the article out of page D47 of the newspaper and taping it to my desk years ago.

Posted by: fran | Dec 1, 2005 6:36:29 PM

sorry about posting that twice, not sure how it happened.

Posted by: fran | Dec 1, 2005 6:37:22 PM

Last 'Art Night' was great, thanks guys, see tommorrow night!

Last week one guy did a watercolor series based on a book (forgot the title) by Cormic McCarthy.

What should I bring?

-Cindee

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