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
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
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