WEDNESDAY, September 13th at 7pm: More from CALLAHAN'S CROSSTIME SALOON

Corwyn Allen continues selections from Spider Robinson’s 1999 anthology.

A one-of-a-kind bar with a colorful batch of regulars who tell stories, exchange terrible puns, and meet strangers—human and alien alike—who are drawn to this 'saloon' where "shared pain is lessened, shared joy is increased."

If one were given the task of creating Spider Robinson from scratch, the best way to do it would be to snatch James Joyce from history, force-feed him Marx Brothers films and good jazz for the better part of a decade, then turn him loose on a world badly in need of a look at itself.
- The Vancouver Sun

Live in voice.
In Kitely

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