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1996-10-05 00:00:00 - Cafe Rajha - (KAS <KAS@rajha.com>)


Come hear the Real Audio Adventures of Ruby at Cafe Rajha, http://www.rajha.com, a new episode weekly. Ruby slides into the consciousness with the innocence of a fifties Science Fiction pulp serial, subtle hints of cyberpunk, with the slow aesthetic eroticism of Aeon Flux. While being lulled by her sonorous narrative, humor, endearing characters, smooth sound, fast-paced action and a sprinkling of bad puns, the listener only becomes vaguely aware of the hints of a philosophical meaning seeping through. She encounters some curious creatures: On the planet Summa Nulla ("the high point of nothing"), crossroads of the galaxy, Ruby, (Played by Laura Esterman) a smart, tough and sexy detective is hired to discover who is manipulating the media. the Tookah, with four tentacles, three eyes, a blue mustache and red fez, TJ Teru the archaeologist, Chief Molierre of the Mole People, sneaky little Rodant Kapor, Angel Lips the femme fatale of androids and the Slimys, genetically engineered assassins. The Android Sisters perform satirical speak songs at the Digital Circus. Take that cramped hand from your mouse, stay that clicking index finger, creak that secondhand office swivel-chair back, close your eyes and listen to The Adventures Ruby, a new episode weekly. Back to Cafe Rajha

1996-10-07 00:00:00 - Re: Cafe Rajha - (Dave Anderson <danderso@fs.com>)


Is this the same Ruby radio serial that originated in MPLS? The same one that (I think) was created by the same people who did the Jack Flanders series? If so, it is AWESOME! (There's no way, however, that Real Audio could do justice to the amazing production of the Ruby series.) KAS <KAS@rajha.com> wrote in article <32561D5F.6CC6@rajha.com>... > Come hear the Real Audio Adventures of Ruby at Cafe Rajha, > http://www.rajha.com, a new episode weekly. > > Ruby slides into the consciousness with the innocence of a fifties > Science Fiction pulp serial, subtle hints of > cyberpunk, with the slow aesthetic eroticism of > Aeon Flux. While being lulled by her sonorous > narrative, humor, endearing characters, smooth > sound, fast-paced action and a sprinkling of bad > puns, the listener only becomes vaguely aware of > the hints of a philosophical meaning seeping > through. She encounters some curious creatures: > On the planet Summa Nulla ("the high point of nothing"), crossroads > of the galaxy, Ruby, (Played by Laura Esterman) a smart, tough and > sexy detective is hired to discover who is manipulating the media. the > Tookah, with four tentacles, three eyes, a blue mustache and red fez, > TJ Teru the archaeologist, Chief Molierre of the Mole People, sneaky > little Rodant Kapor, Angel Lips the femme fatale of androids and the > Slimys, genetically engineered assassins. The Android Sisters perform > satirical speak songs at the Digital Circus. Take that cramped hand > from your mouse, stay that clicking index finger, creak that > secondhand office swivel-chair back, close your eyes and listen to The > Adventures Ruby, a new episode weekly. > > > > Back to Cafe Rajha >

1996-10-08 00:00:00 - Re: Cafe Rajha - (roygreen@atl.mindspring.com)


"Dave Anderson" <danderso@fs.com> wrote: >Is this the same Ruby radio serial that originated in MPLS? The same one >that (I think) was created by the same people who did the Jack Flanders >series? >If so, it is AWESOME! (There's no way, however, that Real Audio could do >justice to the amazing production of the Ruby series.) yes, it is from ZBS. home of "moon over morrocco" and many other fine productions. my old college radio station ran "Ruby" somewhere around 1980. So it ain't exactly new. the local PBS station ran it around 1988.