Friday, July 8, 2011

Catch the latest in Paradigm news!!

We've re-launched our website! Thanks to Nathan Lucero for building it up and Chelsea Z for getting it updated!

Friday, June 3, 2011

Two Things.

WE JUST CAN NOT WAIT for Caroline Smith and The Goodnight Sleeps to play on Sunday Night(6/5/2011) at 8pm. This trio reigns from Minneapolis... you will love them...

The other discussable topic... wait no... its not discussable... I'm just letting you know... We will once again not be open on Mondays and its going to be GREAT! We have so much to get done on Mondays between the garden, general maintenance, projects... oh, the projects!! In turn... we will be refreshed every week to better serve you! Oh... we will also open a little earlier on Saturday and Sundays. Give and take, yo. Give and take.

Tuesday 7am to 10pm
Wednesday 7am to 10pm
Thursday 7am to 10pm
Friday 7am to 10pm
Saturday 8am to 10pm
Sunday 8am to 10pm

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Big News... earth shaking... maybe.

Well folks, The time has come. I've gotten my last frustrated text, saddened facebook post, Tuesday morning rant... I can stand it no more.

STARTING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7... PARADIGM will be open from 7am to 2pm on MONDAYS. No other hours will change. None. Nadddda one.

I had better see each and every one of you here... you know who you are.

Oh and hey... Don't forget that we close up at 10pm when there's nothing going on!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

What's new, you asked?

That's right... a new menu with new stuff as well as the old favorites. I'd like to point you all in the direction of adding pesto, tomato and onion to your Classic. Its easy, its brilliant.

The Third Annual Local Yokel Yuletide Craft Swap was a success! The weather cooperated! The variety was terrific and boy did we score some good things. From sweet pottery and hand-bound books by Night Owl Craft Works to spark plugs that can do just about everything by Spark Plug Guy our little craft swap is growing up!

Be sure to keep an eye on the column to the right... that's where you'll find the calender of events... BUT... SOON... I SWEAR... We will be moving all info and ramblings to our website feel free to check out its skeleton.

Monday, October 25, 2010

All in one week. for real.

We have a whole week of Paradigm Favorites!!
Brad Hoshaw, Jeremiah Nelson and Erik Neave!!

Namoli Brennet, November 3

Mike Mangione, November 4

Emily White, November 5

All shows start at 8pm!

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Things to know for the immediate future.

1. Tony Furtado and Camille Bloom are going to be breaking in our stage Friday, September 17.

2. We will be at the Natural Health Fair all day Saturday. We will be selling coffee, tea, cinnamon rolls and wraps... with Vegpod. woot. Come visit us and check out what this fine group of folks have put together for us!

3. Lizzy Pitch is making her Paradigm debut on Saturday night... at 8pm... be there or be square.

4. This Sunday is our monthly OPEN MIC from 6pm to 9pm.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Cabaret Éntrangeté

August 12, 13, 14, 15 at 8pm
Tickets $10, limited seating. Call for reservations: 920 457-5277

Laughter, Love, Magic, Music! The Velvet Curtain is proud to present, at Paradigm Coffee and Music, Cabaret Entrangete! A musical farce inspired by Commedia Dell' Arte, Shakespeare, and Vaudeville Burlesque.

The drama filled lives of a troupe of turn of the century performers unravel, in this fast past extravaganza, inciting reckless schemes with comic results. Cabaret Éntrangeté is a charismatic musical revue, including popular selections from the early 1900s through the 1920s, amid mistaken identities, quarreling lovers, and seductive dances.

Conceived and written by local actors Hannah Benton and Jonathan Porter, Cabaret Éntrangeté is an unconventional love story, a slapstick comedy, and a high energy foray into the world of traditional farce.

Featuring, Jill Brotz, Hannah Cook, Mariya Grabow, Chris Fontaine, Tegan Hermann, Eileen Kelm, Robert Pamenter, Maria Medina, Katie Schmidt, Timmy Wiverstad, and muscians David Hein and Erik Neave.