If you read this week's Culture2Go column, you know all about last night's DemoGraphic event at Thornton Park's Urban ReThink.
Just in case you missed out on the art show/open-mic night/30th birthday bash for local artist Tisse Mallon, we've got photographic evidence of the artistic use that Jessica Earley, Thomas Thorspecken, and others invested in abandoned census-taker satchels.
As an added bonus, we've also attached an excerpt from poet Tod Caviness' spoken-word performance, featuring his hillarious ode to Charlie Sheen.
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