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You can do anything you want with this radio
But we recommend that you listen to it
Vinyl casing, leather handle, and we are going to paint ‘WPRB’ on them. For you.
You also get a mug and coffee and a shirt and stickers and a beanie.
Also, you get our undying affection, because thank you.
“COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE COFFEE ALSO A THERMOS COFFEE”
That could be you.
You could be amped and ready to go like that.
Because Small World Coffee in Princeton is the single best establishment ever, they have donated an incredible RADIO DESTRUCTOR ROAST that you can acquire by supporting WPRB. You get a full 1/2 pound.
But wait. IT GETS EVEN BETTER.
How will you drink this coffee?
Will you lick it off the floor?
Will you drink it from a dumb plastic coffee cup with one of those stupid patented hand-heat-shield things that have to warn you about the temperature of your coffee because we are a stupidly litigious society?
YOU WILL NOT.
Because you will have also donated your way towards a white WPRB thermos with the Radio Lightning design.
And we will love you forever. Thank you. Thank you thank you.
Top hats are the worst.
Fedoras are even worse than that.
But knit caps?
Knit caps will change your life.
1. They are knit and caps simultaneously, which is pretty impressive.
2. They will keep your head warm during the chilly nightmare that is the wintertime.
3. They will be covered in PRO-WPRB PROPAGANDA so that you can indoctrinate all of your friends.
Also, we will be eternally grateful for your support, which is another plus. PLEDGE! Please!
DO NOT PANIC. This is a super difficult task but we have got you covered.
For 45$, you can support WPRB and put clothing on your back AND front appropriate for every single occasion.
Plus it has a RADIO TOWER OF BABEL on it.
Plus you get stickers.
Plus we will send you praise and thanks, because we will really appreciate it.
You know what is better than a sticker?
ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, which is why we are giving you FOUR OF THEM.
You can put these on your face.
You can put these on your neighbor’s face.
Your neighbor can put them on your face.
And they will stay there for a long time, because they are weather proof!
And you get to support our station, which is just about as good as it gets.
pledge.wprb.com, and thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Listen to WPRB 103.3 FM on Wednesday, October 2nd at 8:00 pm ET as Jon Solomon welcomes Slumberland recording artist Terry Malts all the way from the west coast to the Doctor Cosmo Production Studio for a live session.
Recalling the animatronic nihilism of A-Frames and 100 Flowers with the simplistic tunefulness of The Ramones, Terry Malts recently released their second album “Nobody Realizes This Is Nowhere.”
The trio will rip through five songs off said record, sure to be stuck in your head for weeks/days/months/eons to come.
But a taste of what’s in store:
What are you doing on October 17-19th? Whatever it is, it is more boring than this.
Halloween is all about horror movies, and the Philadelphia Terror Film Festival is all set to set you up with approximately one million film options.
Fan films, cult films and films with titles like “The Legend of Old Nappy Le Pube.” Fantasy, thriller, dark drama. It’s all there.
STUDENTS ARE FREE with I.D.
ACTORS ARE FREE with headshot.
Tickets are for cheaps also, starting at 5$.
Are you a youth?
Are you the parent of a youth?
If you or someone you know fall into the 14 – 18 year old age bracket, you should check out the Arts Council of Princeton spoken word series.
Every Thursday from 4:30-6:30PM, the ACP wants to bring young writers and musicians together and give them a chance to work on their material.
Josh Robinson, a musician and performer, will teach you or your youth how to write, improvise, and perform.
AND IT IS FREE.
This free workshop series will be held at the Arts Council of Princeton’s Pop-Up Studio at the Princeton Shopping Center at 301 N. Harrison Street, Princeton, NJ. Registration is required by emailing Maria Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling(609) 924-8777 x105. To learn more visit www.artscouncilofprinceton.org.
It’s the Trenton Museum Society’s 40th anniversary, and they’re having a celebration time.
This Saturday, October 5th, from 4-7PM head down to the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie.
There will be eatables from local eateries (both old and new), drinkables and musical entertainment.
There’s also a sneak peek of at the newest exhibit Early and Unusual Gifts to the Museum and Their Donors.
Check it out!