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Share Your Favorite Churchill's Memories

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Oh Churchill's. Everyone has a favorite (or a few favorite) awesome funny, strange, or just appalling memories of the place. (Anyone remember when a girl just peed on the dance floor during a Municipal Waste show a few years back? Also, personally, I will sadly never forget this chicken-mascot porn shoot I witnessed in the back theater.)

In honor of the venerable venue's upcoming 30th anniversary celebration on September 12, we're inviting you to share your favorite Churchill's memories. Ones from the recent past are especially welcome -- we all mostly know the old-timers' history of the place, but how about the last 10 years?

Leave them in the comments or e-mail me here; I'll share them over the next week leading up to the show.

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