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Getting the State Diner grill fired up for re-launch party

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A Benefit will be held to put the fires back under the kettles and stove at the

STATE DINER

Wednesday, Halloween night. Hosted by Ian Danger and Leslie Anne Ford

$3 Entry fee 21+ , all proceeds go to benefit State Diner employees who lost their jobs in the fire
Best Costume Gets a Prize!
Raffle Drawing!
Ian Danger and Joe Tragedy spin spooky dance tunes all night!
Cheap Drinks!

Sponsors include Kitchen Theatre, Fine Line Bistro, T-Shirt Express and more!!!!!

A more family-friendly in early-November is planned so stay tuned!!!

For more type "Resurrect the State Diner" on your Facebook accont


Last Updated on Monday, 08 October 2012 17:17
 

Yay! The Rabbits can go back in the Church Again!

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rabbits at church

Well, that's country web talk for "We're up and running again folks."

Yep, Homie went under the hood and saw just a gawdawful mess down there.

A mess of plug-ins unplugged, modules behaving unmodularly, Akeemba systems back-ups un-backed-up since February ... and scores of the cutest little bunnies you ever did see.

We tried an upgrade and called Belinda Cho, tinytowntimes.com's tech guru, who's always in the clean room.

She wasn't there! He checked the ladies room. Not there. We called her ESL teacher. Hadn't been to class in a month!

Damn! What's an administrator to do?? Only roll up his own sleeves and get down to it. You see, there were some PHP incompatibilities with the upgraded 1.5.2 and that meant getting on the inside of the Global Configuration hoodiggy. Well, hell the thing weren't full of if rabbits!

Then I got a call from Belinda Cho. She'd gone to a Comics Convention in L.A. and -- well, you just gotta see this, you just gotta see it:

So check out our very next post: Aesop's Biggest Bust Ever.

See our very next post above, live from the LA Comics Convention.

Well, it was alive last week.

And hey – wink-wink – welcome back, Belindo Cho.

– The Whole tinytowntimes.com Team

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 09:36
 

Tiny Town Lost and Found -- Help!

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 November 2009 18:02
 

Have your lost the Glove of your Life?

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We're starting the Lost and Found Glove series. Here is our first entry: This left handed woolen glove was spotted on a planter on W. State Street, in front of Handcraft arts shop. Soon we will consider collecting these gloves for a Tiny Town Lost and Found. 

Let us know of any sightings and report type of glove, leftie or rightie and where. If you can supple a picture, that would be super!

 

 

 

Ithaca Monkey Brick Bring-a Good Luck to You

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Tiny Town, USA -- Have we sold out? Hardly.

True this is our first TTT Swag Shop article, but we think it's pretty darned unique.

First off, all the elements of this sculpture are really there.  That's a real Ithaca Brick, with the heft of a real brick. Atop the ancient rubric, a genuine Chinese Good Luck Monkey.

The monkey is cast in lead, a precious commodity in those T'ang Dynasty days.

The paint is surely toxic, making it authentic as cancer.

However, what makes this monkey business so precious -- he holds, almost incuriously, the skull of his old friend, Homo Sapiens.

See how it all fits together? 

We will be auctioning off this itemto the highest bidder and by that we mean the person with the most money. 

Make an offer! It can't hurt and it will bring you good luck. Send this article to 25 people and in exactly 1.25 hours you will feel all warm and tingly.

– C. Penbroke Handy 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2009 03:24
 


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