The World's Largest Kaleidoscope, an anchor of the Catskill Corners boutique mall, "New York's most innovative family entertainment complex." The show is ten minutes of frenzied fractal imagery, very loosely based on the history of America. We see the faces of Civil War soldiers, Lincoln, Stalin, Marilyn Monroe, Native Americans, kaleidoscopic patterns of American flags. Loud synths and corporate guitar riffs blend one era seamlessly into the next. The presentation finally finds its rhythm with a whirling pattern of marijuana leaves and audio snippets from Martin Luther King's "I have a dream." Then the harsh shouts of a woman -- "Look UP, Grandma! It's a KALEIDOSCOPE." Our necks hurt. The show ends with Watergate and Richard Nixon.