Sunday, July 1, 2007

DEBATE AT LOLITA BAR: "Should America Have More Respect for Its History?"

Instead of the usual first Wednesday of the month (when you’ll be celebrating the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence and the start of the world’s first regime based explicitly on limited government and individual rights), join us on MONDAY, JULY 9th (at 8pm) for a three-man panel discussion on the delicate balancing act between respect for the past and hunger for the future, featuring:

–JOHN CARNEY, lawyer, writer, and advocate of traditionalism
–KEVIN WALSH, building preservation advocate and editor
–L.B. DEYO, Jinx and Dionysium co-founder, Intergalactic Nemesis star (see it next week!), and prophet of the transformative cyborg future

Moderated by Michel Evanchik and hosted by me, Todd Seavey.

At: Lolita Bar, 266 Broome St., at the corner of Allen St. on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, one block south and three west of the Delancey St. F, J, M, Z subway stop. Free admission, cash bar, and an air conditioner.

SPECIAL PLEA: Is there anyone out there who can bring a computer and/or projector capable of showing a disc, which Walsh will bring, of PowerPoint slides of old buildings? The first volunteer who offers to do so and actually follows through drinks on me all night July 9.

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