Cool to be Kuhl
Hi Eugene, just wanted to say thank you for your support. The article was great (In her own voice/Jan 15).
Karen Kuhl, who was featured in the Current last week, was the woman wearing the red shirt on the cover.
Overheard on the PATH train (for real)
GUY 1 (to his friend): You eat without washing your hands, but you won’t touch that [the rail in the train].
GUY 2: I’d rather eat without washing my hands than touch that.
GUY 1: You’ll get the flu.
WOMAN SITTING NEXT TO THEM: I’m a doctor. That’s one of the worst ways to transmit the flu.
GUY 2: What?
WOMAN: Touching the rails in the subway. People blow their nose and touch them.
GUY 1: That’s disgusting!
GUY 2: I’m not touching it.
Win concert tickets
Last week’s winner, John Bednar, correctly answered “Here” to last week’s question, “Where are you?” Bednar won a pair of tickets to see Eugene and Neon Thrills at Maxwell’s in Hoboken on Jan. 23.
For your chance to win tickets to see Seeking Homer on Feb. 5 at the Whiskey Bar in Hoboken and a pair of VIP cards for the venue, correctly answer the following question:
***What kind of dog did the lead singer for Sublime have?***
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org attn: Concert tickets.
Send me an essay
Be brave and send us an essay or a short story you would like to get published in our paper. Send it and we’ll feature it on the Back Page of the Current. We accept personal or humorous essays, 500-700 words to email@example.com or fax them at (201) 798-0018. We look forward to reading your fiction or non-fiction stories.
Cool to be Kuhl