APRIL AT SATAN MACNUGGIT:
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SATAN MACNUGGIT NEWS - APRIL 2009:
1. TRASH PALACE ON TOUR!
April 25 - St. Catharines
April 28 - Hamilton
2. DEATH MASK at In The Soil - April 18
3. JC'S MEGA-QUILT at Naco Gallery - all month!
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1. TRASH PALACE ON TOUR - Saturday April 25
at NAC, 254 St. Paul, St. Catharines ON
Doors at 7:30, show at 8:30
$5 at the door
The Trash Palace - "Toronto's Classiest Cinema"
Presents A SPECIAL ST. CATHARINES SCREENING
Featuring DEADLY EYES plus CLASSROOM FILMS FROM HELL!
If you Peninsulites out there haven't made it to Toronto yet to check out the amazing goings-on at Trash Palace, here's your chance to catch up! A whole evening of films - a feature-length program of cheesy vintage classroom crap,and a horror film about rats eating Toronto! Here's the trailer for that one:
And here's the Facebook event page with all the details, RSVP now: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=75330260897
Just like on home ice, the touring Trash Palace features popcorn, 'cold drinks', and handmade candy from our amazing in-house chocolatier. Also: merch and doorprizes to die for - and don't forget to say happy birthday to local bad-movie zinester Katie Durant, who will be celebrating her age here with.
Then, on Tuesday April 28, we will be rolling into Hamilton, to show a comparable program of goodies (feature TBA) at The Casbah, 306 King Street West. More on that show soon
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2. DEATH MASK at In The Soil - Saturday, April 18
at NAC, 254 St. Paul, St. Catharines
Event starts at 7:30 pm
It's a NAC-centric month for the Nuggit! In the Soil is 'Niagara's Home-Grown Arts Festival', and they will be screening my short family-photo collage Death Mask, as part of 'an exciting evening of activity that includes an array of live music, a multi-media art installation and nearly 1 hour of original film. 'I plan to be there!
More info at
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3. JC QUILT AT NACO GALLERY
My friend Julian Calleros - he helped with the Spanish subtitles on the "Grilled Cheese Sandwich" DVD - just opened an amazing cafe and gallery called Naco, at 1665 Dundas Street West (a couple blocks West of Lansdowne). He will be hosting the first-ever public display of my enormous and onerous quilt project, 'SECURITY BLANKET' - an 11' x 5' archive of my old T-shirts, pattern shirts, patches, and buttons! Come check it out and grab a yummy espresso, empanada or quesadilla while you're there.
He's open from 8 am to 6pm.
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Lastly, please send your good thoughts to Ed Fielding, Grilled Cheese Sandwich's "Principal Middleman", who is suffering from lymphoma and is undergoing chemotherapy at St. Joseph's Hospital in Toronto. We're rooting for you, Ed.
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