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An In-Snide Look #135

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Sunday, April 13, 2014 11:30:00 PM


"My friend came to me ... with sadness in his eyes ... told me that he wanted help ... to help him save some lives "

Let me guess, that reference was wasted on half of you, right? 

So, today is the day.  Cool sponsors, excellent live acts, surprise guests, good friends, contests, prize giveaways, and general broadcasing mirth going out to the world at large in just a few hours.  Best of all, it looks like our first really nice weekend of the year, so it will all be coming to you from the beautiful outdoors on the patio (or is it a deck?) at Sabbatical in Broad Ripple.  Can I just say how long I have been waiting to drink a nice beer hanging over the rail at any bar on Broad Ripple Avenue?  Can I just say how long I've been waiting to pull a shameless publicity stunt to help raise money for a worthy cause? Here's a rundown of the lineup for today, of course you'll want to be on site to catch everything ... we'll try to feed the live stage through the board and at least carry some of the music on air, but obviously the goal is to get you guys off the couch. 

Much packing and loading to do, so in lieu of a nice blog post, here's the brocure I was out getting printed at 11:00 last night.

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