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The Signal 4-1-11 - William P. Tandy, Ron Tanner, John Heyn, Terry Sapp
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- We revisit the controversial trademarking of the word “hon,” with William P. Tandy, editor of Smile Hon, You’re in Baltimore.
- Ron Tanner talks about his new illustrated novel, Kiss Me, Stranger. The book tells the story of a dystopian future plagued by civil war and environmental degradation… and believe it or not, it manages to be hopeful, tender, and downright funny.
- We talk to John Heyn, who co-directed the seminal rock-n-roll documentary Heavy Metal Parking Lot. The film is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
- And if you ask heavy metal misfit Terry Sapp, “What do you want to do with your life?” he’ll answer defiantly, “I wanna rock!” From the stage of The Stoop Storytelling Series, Terry tells the tale of his lifelong devotion to the screaming ball of hair that is Twisted Sister.