STANLEY DAVID FRUMKIN
first Voice of America broadcasts to the Soviet Union as director
of the State Department's International Broadcasting Division;
plays Ukulele Ike's "My Red Hot Gal" non-stop for 14 days.
in New York as a gag writer for Lew Parker, a radio comedian.
United States Information Agency (USIA) asks Frumkin to fill the
newly created post of chief of religious policy.
the Fabulous Moola to a draw in a televised Madison Square Garden
a Federal felony charge for illegal contributions to the 1972
Nixon re-election campaign and a Federal misdemeanor charge of
accessory after the fact; "Not my finest hour," Frumkin is quoted
a noted ethnomusicologist at the Cambridge Conservatory, discovers
The Twenty % Tippers; conceives and sponsors their touted East-Asian
club tour, but immediately ditches the band at the Osaka airport
with only 200 yen amongst them for two giggling Kabuki dancers
in Motley Crue T-shirts.
Cultural Pick of the Season:
TWENTY % TIPPERS
THE TRILOGY THEATER
W. 44th St. (bet. 8th & 9th Ave.)
Saturday, September 16th 10PM
a Free Twenty % Tippers cassette
call (646) 335-3390
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