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November 3, 2012 at 9:21am

Psst: "Come see the Amazing Thing at the Guest House"

PYTHIAS BRASWELL: "Pythias Braswell blends ancient relics and alien lasers into a song form that is both old and new. He sings about mystery, memory, death, dreams and dust." Photo credit: Facebook

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This past winter a spambot out of China infiltrated the Weekly Volcano's calendar system filling it with love gone wrong, genuine college degrees, the Hon. Sid Dooku III and odd verb placement.

It was a nightmare.

Webmaster Zack, hopped up on beef noodle soup and shaojiu in some sort of method coding zone, killed the Chinese threat and restore the public's ability to enter its own events into our calendar system.

Shrieks of joy could be heard from Calendar Kate's office in Wing C at Weekly Volcano World Headquarters.

The public responded, clicking our calendar button and adding its South Sound events, which load into our online calendars as well as exporting to our print product.

Last night, as the people of China walk the streets in daylight, Olympia musician Pythias Braswell logged into our system and posted two shows he'll be partaking in over the next week: a house show tomorrow night and a gig at Northern Nov. 8. Braswell took full advantage of the opportunity, adding a flavor to his posts only those who love alien lasers could.

Come see the Amazing Thing at the Guest House this Sunday!

Joe Fletcher will magically exorcise graveyard blues using only a railroad spike and a handful of brick dust! Pythias will operate Alien Language to Channel the Memories of a Vagabond! Jonah will lightning-afy your face with his Guitar Hands! Caitlin will hypnotize woodland creatures with her voice! Let's build a fire folks, with you there staring into it, and you there and you there and that person!

Sounds like something to see.

GUEST HOUSE, SUNDAY, NOV. 4, 8 P.M., $3-$5, THE GUEST HOUSE, 1121 FOURTH AVE. W., OLYMPIA           

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