Artist in Residence Returns to Club Dada

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Shitfuckfart! In all the koo-koo madness here at the funky Office Space-style digs we have here at the Observer (Yep, Wilonsky’s been Xeroxing his ass again. And then comparing it to the picture of Mark Cuban’s ass he keeps posting on Unfair Park. But that’s another story.), I lamely forgot to give y'all a heads up about the Club Dada Artist in Residence series that will be resurrected as of this evening. New Dada co-owner Amanda Newman has lined up Chris Gonzales for AiR No. 1 — he’ll take the stage all month long. Tonight, his show will be followed by the likes of Eastwood. Welcome back! -- Jonanna Widner

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