Starting Monday, we come up with a list of clues. They could be from the world of sports, television, politics, darn near anywhere.
Come up with the answer and win a $20 gift card from Forrey's Forza in Hawks Prairie.
Forrey's Forza says thanks for helping make them the EDC's
New Business of the Year.
Tom and Christine make sure you have a great experience, with hand-crafted coffee, homemade pies, local beer and wine, live music on the weekend, and even
Tuesday Night Trivia. There's a Meeting Room for business gatherings, family parties, or just friendly get-togethers.
You'll also find great meals for breakfast, lunch, or dinner -- from delicious homemade quiche, to sandwiches, salads, and desserts.
There's a Kids' Menu, as well.
Set in 1953 in a scruffy office in Manhattan, this
hilarious comedy was inspired by the playwright’s youthful experience
as a staff writer on Sid Caesar’s Your Show of Shows. Laughter
is the inevitable result of the stunning, stinging wit and comic drama
of the harried writing staff as they scramble to top each other’s gags
and capture the esteem of their madman star. The names have been changed
to protect the guilty, but the play is a revealing peep-hole into a
crucial time in American pop culture when television discovered its
power for good ... and evil.
Warning: This play is hysterically funny. It is about a group of
comedy writers in New York before Leave It to Beaver and Father Knows
Best. The show contains adult language and non-PC quips and epithets.
They invite you to take a peek at their sparkling new space (and shiny,
happy faces), help yourself to some tasty treats and -- while supplies last
-- take home a stainless water bottle with the WSECU
logo on it.
The Roxy Road Show is on board for the West Olympia Branch
Open House. It's at 2006 Harrison Avenue -- at the corner of Division and
Harrison -- on Olympia's West Side Friday from 11 til 2.
Funny Guy On The Prowl
presents America Ya Gotta Love It -- pithy
thoughts and cheap shots, witty prose and bon mots, hot
tirades, rollicking rants, and just plain grousing. Weekdays at
6:10 in the morning and 6:10 in the afternoon. Now you'll never miss an exciting
episode. You can always check the Funny Guy Blog plus now you can listen
online on-demand using the links on the Audio
Area page. The five most recent editions of America Ya Gotta Love It are
available for your listening pleasure any time you please.