A Night at the Co-Opera

Bring a copy of The Enemy at Home and your pro-abortion sketchbook, wire up on the skunk, and let the semantics fly during Café Alumut. The collective-community interface is a mix of madness and genius. Like Cheers, there’s a cast of hilarious and intelligent thought criminals who will remember you as long as you wear interesting tee shirts. And there's no better way to immerse yourself in the hidden liberal agenda that's so rife in Phoenix than with Costa Rican drip coffee and espresso, which is available for purchase.
Last Friday of every month, 9 p.m., 2006
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Leslie Barton
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