Last week, I gave you guys a heads up about an unusual event that cropped up on that kaleidoscopic calendar at the Space, the Caress of Progress (9 p.m. and midnight Friday, March 28 and Saturday, March 29). I tried my best to describe the event, but there's so much mystery surrounding it, I can hardly blame anyone who doesn't understand what the Shine Shed crew is going for on this one. Luckily, they created this helpful video that explains everything a little bit better:
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