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- n. Plural form of extravaganza.
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And thinks for participating in July with my RITA extravaganze.
"And thinks for participating in July with my RITA extravaganze."
Today, experimental record label Mobilization and KFJC radio are presenting a twenty-four hour Webcasted audio celebration of Throbbing Gristle, the proto-industrial, transmedia, civilization-wrecking, musical extravaganze of the late 1970s.
He'd probably encourage that sorta thing, likely indulging in the extravaganze himself.
If you have a doll's house in need of some high-quality furnishings, the next miniature extravaganze takes place on 14 May.
The Venice Film Festival isn't the only movie extravaganze currently going on.
Steaming straight into the weekend with straight-ahead intent, this GameSetLinkDump extravaganze is headlined by InfiniteLives 'Jenn messing with a Lovecraftian Virtual Boy game that I, also, had no freakin' idea existed - and this comes from someone who bought (but has not yet affixed) a 'Miskatonic University' license plate frame.