Sunday, December 10, 2006

What's new in the J.C.

I was pleased to hear the sweet strains of Mr. Jonathan Coulton emanating from the Victrola this morning, on the NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday program. They included in their report a snippet of audio from his October appearance with Mr. John Hodgman at the Warehouse Theater. It made for some pleasant respite from all the liberal twaddle. And don't pretend you don't know what I'm talking about. Give a listen here.

He is playing a set Sunday 12/17 at Jammin Java way out in godforsaken Vienna, miles from the nearest metro. Advance tickets are $12. Slightly more if you are not willing to commit in advance.

Monday, December 04, 2006

The F.W. Thomas Christmas Episode

Please join the entire F.W. Thomas community on Monday December 18 at 7:30PM at the Warehouse Theater for the seventh episode of the F.W. Thomas Performances.

Performers include:

Comic collagist Clarke Bedford

Confessional diarist and cartoonist Mike Lowery on the true meaning of Christmas

Singer-songwriter Alina Simone accompanied by D.C.'s #2 rock cellist, Jenny Petrow. They have promised a Britney Spears cover.

And your truly, the F.W. Thomas curator and master of ceremonies presenting discourses on post-modernist etiquette.

More acts will be added as circumstances warrant.

A brief, informative e-mail is forthcoming.

If you would like to attend, please announce your intentions on

The Warehouse Theater is located at 1017-1021 7th St. NW, between New York Ave. and L St., just across from the Washington Convention Center. Here is a map.