Matthew Loren Cohen describes the Pilgrims’ first dinner with the Native Americans in what will probably become the only popular Thanksgiving song out there. As usual, if you can hear us, this magazine is LIVE. Some sample lyrics:
You arrived on our shores after much navigation. You put down your oars, we had much admiration. To avoid starting wars, we began conversation. What’s ours is yours, and thus an invitation.
This Saturday’s kicks off at the Horseshoe at 3 p.m., where you can expect to see Phillip Dawkins, the playwright responsible for The Homosexuals; Micah Philbrook of The Tim and Micah Project; Katie Rich of Second City; magician Dennis Watkins of the House Theatre; and a special performance by Barrel of Monkeys. Music from the Machete house band, Sleepy Lou.
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