There will be no First Friday Flicks in October. Instead the Free Press will have the Third Thursday Theater night at 7pm at the Drexel Gateway with “How Ohio Pulled it Off,” about Blackwell’s failed election attempt, and it’s free!
On the First Friday in October, please join us at Victorian’s Midnight Cafe:
Friday, October 5, 2007 – Folk the War event
Noon-midnight. Speakers, music, poetry, open mic speak out against the war. Sign a petition, get a free sign. All folk musicians invited for open mic. Sponsored by The Iraq Campaign, Victorian’s Midnight Cafe, Artists for Political Reform, Ohio Patient Network.
Noon to 4pm: All-you-can-eat soup and bread bar. 4pm-7pm: Happy Hour ($3 Vic’s burgers)
and don’t forget:
Sunday, October 7, 2007 – “Duhmocracy” Victoria Parks’ CD release party at 4pm
Both at: Victorian’s Midnight Cafe, 251 W. 5th Ave. (Fifth and Neil)
We need your donations for the Columbus and Central Ohio Community Radio Project
Any way you look at it, there’s simply not enough variety in our local
broadcast spectrum. Radio in Central Ohio is dominated by right wing
propagandists and commercial mediocrity. Columbus needs broadcast
outlets that provide uncensored news/analysis and grassroots
The Neighborhood Network is applying for a full-power radio license to
increase our broadcast opportunities.
The FCC has opened a small window for nonprofit groups to apply for
full-power radio licenses until October 19!
We need to raise $5000 to complete the filing requirements: attorney
fees, engineer fees and filing fees.
The Neighborhood Network, a non-profit media organization currently
supplies programming for the Low Power FM Community Radio Station and
is a Pacifica Radio Network affiliate. Please support our efforts to
build the community media infrastructure in Central Ohio.
Your donation of $25, $50, $100 or more is appreciated!
Pay through Paypal at: https://freepress.org/store.php#Radio
or send a check to:
The Columbus and Central Ohio Community Radio Project
1240 Bryden Rd.
Columbus, OH 43205