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Coast to Coast was Re: Video Performance Cambridge, MA 5.11.02
At 10:37 AM -0700 5/9/02, Mark Sottilaro wrote:
>Is it possible to relocate it to San Francisco? There sure does seem to
>lot of cool stuff that happens there that I miss.
and I thought San Francisco was the king of the cool-:) Guess the
grass is always greener on the other coast.
I'm sure if someone could come up with plane fare, gear cartage and a
reasonable performance fee, something could be arranged.
Unfortunately, that seems unlikely -- its not like we make any money
doing this in Boston-:)
>"Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T)" wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> As some of you may not have heard, the Zeitgeist Gallery has been put
>> out of action by a fire. Rob Chalfen has found an alternate location
>> for his subconsciouscafe, series, and I will be performing there on
>> Much thanks to Rob and all the other good folks who put in so much
>> energy to give people like me a place to play!
>> >ZEITGEIST IN EXILE PRESENTS:
>> >subconsciouscafe @ BOSTON DANCE CENTER
>> >550 Mass Ave, Central Sq., 3rd fl.
>> >Next to Dance Complex,
>> >Above BookMarx bookstore
>> >Saturday, 11 May '02
>> >9:00 pm -
>> >FROM NYC:
>> >FREE RANGE RAT!
>> >JOHN CARLSON - trumpet
>> >ERIC HIPP - tenor
>> >GEORGE SCHULLER - drums & percussion
>> >SHAWN MCGLOIN - bass
>> >A real working band of seasoned EITHER/ORCHESTRA vets & other
>> >local terrors work out on SUN RA charts, originals, maybe some
>> >Video improv by Dr. T
>> >Plus Special Guests
>> >After a desperate week of strife & angst subconsciouscafe has landed
>> >in a groovy space in Central Square. We plan to present our entire
>> >schedual as closely as possible...Why not come up to our inaugural
>> >show and dig some great new sounds?
>> >Suggested: a mere $10 or b/o
>> >Central Square Redline T
>> >All Ages
>> ><http://www.zeitgeist-gallery.org> for updates
>> >info: 617.876.0860
>> >Send and receive Hotmail on your mobile device: http://mobile.msn.com
>> Visit "Before the Fall -- Images of the World Trade Center" at
>> "There were so many things there that are not anywhere else in the
>> world. There were millions of people, the strange reflective bars of
>> the buildings and the shiny and shimmering towers that seemed like a
>> fairy tale" -- David-Michael Cook
>> Emile Tobenfeld, Ph. D.
>> Video Producer Image Processing Specialist
>> Video for your HEAD! Boris FX
> > http://www.foryourhead.com http://www.borisfx.com
Visit "Before the Fall -- Images of the World Trade Center" at
"There were so many things there that are not anywhere else in the
world. There were millions of people, the strange reflective bars of
the buildings and the shiny and shimmering towers that seemed like a
fairy tale" -- David-Michael Cook
Emile Tobenfeld, Ph. D.
Video Producer Image Processing Specialist
Video for your HEAD! Boris FX