Oh man PLOP!
Loved this short lived(compared to mad,cracked and crazy) mag
Forgotten masterpiece: “Plopular Poetry” by Wally Wood. A single page ran in Plop! #18-24, published by DC Comics, November 1975 - November 1976. Sadly the series was cancelled and the final two installments were never completed.
Bobby Womack and the Faces, 1975
If you have a recording of this, please come forward!
Gradually he comes around to his recent activities: touring with the Faces held up work on this new album; originally it had been thought that Womack's band would support them, but eventually it wound up as Womack appearing as a guest Face.
“I just went up on stage and we jammed together,” said Womack, pushing his plate aside and pouring coffee. “I did ‘It’s All Over Now’ with him, then a number with Ron from his album that I produced, and then I did ‘Bring It On Home To Me’ and then ‘This Old Heart Of Mine’, ‘cos I like the way they do that.”
—”Bobby Womack: Safety First,” Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, December 27, 1975.
Bring your family to see The Secret of NIMH on the big screen at the Hollywood this weekend. Showing:
Sat. March 8
- 1pm Family Matinee (all seats $3)
- 4pm (all seats $5)
Sun. March 9
- 4:30pm (all seats $5)
Artist Michael Rubino’s latest poster creation in our Lynch series - available starting tonight (3/6) at the opening of Lost Highway at 7:30pm. Buy any Lynch series poster this weekend (Thurs. to Sunday) for $10 and see Lost Highway for just $4.
MARCH 13 at 7:30PM
Tiger Tail in Blue is about a young married couple, Christopher and Melody, that work opposite schedules to remain financially afloat as Chris bangs out his first novel while working nights as a waiter. Never seeing each other is taking it’s toll. As the two rarely get a chance to engage one another, Chris finds the attention he craves in Brandy, a saucy co-worker.
***This screening is part of the Gathr Previews Series, which allows Pittsburgh audiences to catch new movies before their NYC & LA theatrical openings. You can sign up at gathr.us for a membership or pay $7 at the door.
The Hollywood Theater is now BYOB!
BREAKUP AT A WEDDING | THE HOLLYWOOD THEATER |
MAR 10 7:30PM
Join us after the film for a Q&A with producer/writer, and participant in the reality TV series, “The Chair”, Anna Martemucci and writer/actor Philip Quinaz. Ask the filmmakers about their process, their projects, what they had for lunch…whatever!
But before all that, get into the mood with some real life Non-Hallmark Wedding stories. As read by Zachary Quinto.
$5 and The Hollywood is now BYOB!