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On Friday October 12th 2012 at 10 PM EST, 9 PM CST, 7 PM PST
With many pet owners wondering about the development of amphibians and the evolution from fish to amphibians the Under The Sea Radio Show has arranged a date with paleontologist Mr Ken McKeighen for a discussion upon this very subject. Many missing links are long since gone and only fossil remains or transitional fossils have been discovered to show how this part of life's evolution took place here on earth.
Missing links such as the Coelacanth and Lungfish are species that exist today in our world and provide interesting links to what occured during the Devonian period and may show how early amphibian tetrapods devloped during this time of our planets history.
Those interested in paleontogy, fish and amphibians will find this discussion fascinating as we take a stroll down the path of evolution.
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MargOH! Channing (BT Shea) is a writer, comedian and performance artist from Providence, Rhode Island .MargOH! now based in New York created a highly successful variety show The MargOH! Channing Show for MNN from 2003-2006 and included guests Michael Musto, Penny Arcade and Nellie McKay. MargOH! made her cabaret debut in 2007 with The MargOH! Channing Variety Hour at The D-Lounge at the Darryl Roth Theater. In 2011 MargOH! premiered her new work MargOH! Channing is Tipsy to rave reviews and made her London debut at the Phoenix Artists Club. Ms. Channing recently became a contributing writer for the nightlife zine Fierth.com and had her short story Prohibition Inhibition featured in the Coelacanth Journal.
MargOH! Channing is Tipsy” takes place on March 30 Showtime 9:30PM at Dixon Place,161A Chrystie Street Btwn Rivington & Delancey. $12 in advance, $15 at the door, $10 students / seniors. For Tickets www.dixonplace.org
*The Dixon Place Lounge is open, before, during and after the show. Proceeds directly support Dixon Place’s artists and mission