Last Chance to Save Money!

May 18, 2006

Mr. H logo.GIF Pre-purchase tickets for Mr. Hyphen are available only through 7 p.m. today! (Click on Events above) Get 'em now or they'll be $20 at the door. And the show is tomorrow! Our contestants have met, and the shit-talking has begun. Don't miss the action -- or the celebrities: - Tiffani Mah, Miss San Francisco Chinatown 2006 (judge) - Brian Tong, host of Night Shift & before that Stir TV (emcee) - Ali Wong, ittle-bitty new comedy phenom (emcee) So get yourselves a seat, have your cheering voices ready, and your panties/ boxers ready to throw! Uh, we mean, no. This is a family show.


erin K Ninh

contributing editor & blogger

erin Khue Ninh is a former blog editor and onetime publisher of Hyphen, who won't seem to go away. She now teaches literature in the Department of Asian American Studies at UC Santa Barbara. Aside from Hyphen, erin believes in recycling, Planned Parenthood, and Type A first-borns.



The show was great! Ali Wong was hilarious. Thanks Hyphen.A hyphen is a line that's small;It can be a bridge or be a wall.A bridge can save you lots of time;A wall you always have to climb.The road to liberty lies true.The Hyphen's use is up to you.
you guys KICKED ASS last night! congratulations! how much money did you make? how many issues of hyphen will it pay for?
Yes, kudos to Hyphen for putting together such a awesome event! The spirit of the event (and the audience as well) was great! Ali Wong is the bestest emcee ever, I am a huge fan now, even though she did say my hometown has down syndrome (sad & true, but there are exceptions!)
Hi everyone! Thanks for coming to our show! It was a great turnout, and a really fun show -- thanks to our talented contestants and hilarious emcees. The money raised is as much as we'd hope for, however, we are never able to raise enough money at any one event to pay for a single print-run of Hyphen. Printing is expensive. And the best way to support Hyphen, always, is to subscribe, and to get your friends and family to subscribe so that we have regular revenue.