We’re still a little Peeped out, so let’s get right to the recap…
12:10 a.m. at King Biscuit, 12:45 a.m. at Sixth Street and 1:16 a.m. at Saez 'n Zouk
202 Tuam, former home of Hue (and Union before that), has reopened with a shiny new name, not to mention some late-night, girl-on-guy arm-wrestling action. Photog Bill Olive dropped by for some photos after hitting up King Biscuit and Sixth Street in the Heights.
Aeros Beat the Wolves
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The Aeros were down by three goals on Friday night, but that didn’t stop the team from kicking Chicago’s butt. John Royal saw the action firsthand.
The Ten-Cent Plague
Back before video games, comics were all the rage, at least in terms of being scapegoats for deviant behavior. Bob Ruggiero cracked a book to learn more about The Ten-Cent Plague.
And we conclude with a link to this picture, because, well, it’s awesome. – Keith Plocek