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Celebrate Lost Moon Radio’s TV debut with us! We’re hosting a viewing party for the premiere of our all-new series “Passive Aggressive History” on truTV’s ‪#‎LateNightSnack‬!

Join us at Chloe’s At Golden Road Brewing for a live performance of some of our favorite Lost Moon historical comedy, followed by a screening of the Late Night Snack‘s premiere episode, which we’re in. Plus FREE drinks & appetizers until we run out! THURSDAY MARCH 3rd!

RSVP HERE by March 1st: http://bit.ly/LMRTRUTV

Lost Moon Radio TV Debut Viewing Party!

DETAILS:

6:30pm – DOORS OPEN! Eat, drink, be merry.

7:30pm – ‘Highlights of History’-themed special live performance by Lost Moon Radio, directed by Leslie Korein

8:00pm – Watch LIVE east coast feed of Lost Moon Radio’s “Passive Aggressive History” on TruTV!

Golden Road Brewing
5410 West San Fernando Road
Los Angeles, CA 90039
(Walk through the bar and head to the room in the back! If you get lost, ask for “Chloe’s.”)

Big news! (If you are a Lost Moon fan and enjoy the medium of television.) TruTV has just announced the debut of a new half-hour series, Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack, presenting “a carousel of premium comedy segments curated by and premiering on TruTV.”

These segments include limo-based relationship advice from Alec Baldwin, a long-awaited star vehicle for Benjamin the Cat, and “Passive Aggressive History,” a painstakingly researched* series of docudramas chronicling every eye roll, backhanded compliment, and clench-toothed smile behind the iconic events that shaped our world — written by and starring the cast of Lost Moon Radio.

That’s us, you guys! We’re going to be on this show! On television! Adjacent to but not actually interacting with Alec Baldwin!

Honestly, we’re as surprised as you are. More details, teaser images, etc. coming soon. Late Night Snack premieres Thursday, March 3rd, at 11 p.m Eastern/Pacific, right after Those Who Can’t. So set your VCR’s and mark your paper calendars or whatever.

*By “painstakingly researched,” we mean 100% made-up.

Lost Moon Radio: The Solo Show

After the spectacle and pageantry of Million Dollar Hair, we’re stripping things down to the essentials for Lost Moon’s July offering. And by “essentials,” we mean comedy hip-hop songs and historical monologues. It’s Lost Moon Radio: The Solo Show.

Join Lauren Flans (star of MTV2’s Wild ‘N Out) and Frank Smith (regular viewer of MTV2’s Wild ‘N Out) for an evening of raps you won’t forget and monologues you also won’t forget. Accompanied by three of Lost Moon Radio’s talented musicians. Plus: performance by two-man improv team Squidge! Hosted by Lost Moon Radio regular Galloway Allbright.

Friday, July 18, 2014
8:00 PM

(Doors open at 7:45)

NerdMelt
7522 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(at Meltdown Comics)

$8 in advance, $10 at the door

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In which we look forward to our favorite holiday.

Featuring the performances of Will Greenberg, Ryan Harrison, Martha Marion, Dylan Ris, Brenton Kossak, Rich Ramberg, and Michael Wells. Written by Rich Ramberg, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Dylan Ris, and Lauren Ludwig. Directed by Lauren Ludwig. Produced by Dave McKeever and Lauren Ludwig.

Happy Holidays and a Merry New Year! The next full-length episode of Lost Moon Radio’s podcast rolls out on January 2nd.

13 Nov / For Veterans Day…

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Flight Officer James C. Warren in 1945Here’s a great, short piece from All Things Considered about a key stateside moment during World War II. (Not a funny story, but an inspiring one.)

Airmen Fought For Nation, But Also For Equality

A decade before the Civil Rights Movement gained significant steam, black airmen fought to desegregate an officer’s club on an Air Force base in Indiana during World War II. Lt. Col. James C. Warren (then Flight Officer Warren) was one of the first men arrested.

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