Help fundraise for the NYC DSA and socialize with socialists at the Semi-Formal That’s Not Really Formal! Music! Drinks! Sashes! Statuettes! Decorations by me! 15$ suggested donation - red dress encouraged. Sign up on Facebook or Eventbrite.
Celebrate Marx's bicentennial with like minded comrades in the park! A low key picnic potluck for all fellow travelers. Bring some food, bring some drink, bring a blanket or just your wonderful self. Call it Cinco De Marxo. [more inside]
We all know that there’s no such thing as ethical consumption under capitalism, but what does that mean for the rest of our lives? This Drunk Ed show will ask questions like: What are the most cost-efficient crimes? How do you choose between all of your many garbage habits? And is it ethically acceptable for vegetarians to (literally) eat the rich? Talks by Kelli Korducki, John Leavitt (Mefi’s own The Whelk), Anna Merlan, and Eve Peyser. Tickets and information here!
Hey everyone! I’ll be marching with the DSA for the Women’s March on Jan. 20th. The meetup page wit more information is here!
Socialize With The Socialists! Holiday Party and concert featuring dreamwave band Sounds Of Ceres (music video) and decor by yours truly in the legendary (underground but actually above ground ) music venue. 8pm-12. 20$ suggested. Quieter bar area available, brief speeches by local DSA politicians, and lots of merch and camaraderie. Facebook. Pre-Order tickets on Eventbrite
This Halloween, join the revolution! The Hotel Chantelle hosts the Lower Manhattan Chapter of the DSA for a night of red blooded fun! Open Vodka Bar 8-9! Raffles of rare objects! Five thousand silk rose petals! Hosted by me! We have a poster! [more inside]
Come help raise funds for the Immigration Justice Working Group and watch me achieve apotheosis into my final form as I Emcee the DSA Talent Show at Starr Bar! Comedy! Music! Candidates For DA singing karaoke! Who are you to resist?! Suggested 5$ donation at door
The Candle Bar, the oldest gay bar in NYC and the last gay bar on the UWS is closing just as Pride Weekend is starting. They're having everything must go drink specials. Why not join me on Friday June 19th at 7:30 in saying goodbye to another bit of local color. I will sit on the jukebox all night and keep it from getting stupid.
Starting May 30th, The Discovery Times Square Pavilion will be featuring an interactive Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N experience with props, displays, and such. And while I'm sure it'll be pricey and cheesy and dumb - I WANT TO GO YOU GUYS. [more inside]
Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937 is an exhibition of work banned and surpressed by the Third Reich. It's being shown at the Neue on the Upper East Side in NYC until June 30th. I think we should see it sometime in April. Like sometime In the second week of April.
SUNDAY THE 29th, We should all hang in the best little bar in Manhattan -- Malachy's. They do a fine, fine Sunday Burger and lots of other pub grub and beer and the like. Let's do this, I'll bring some extra crossword puzzles and everything.
Proposal: That the NYC dwelling Mefites do take up a great burden and escape the Heated and Tortuous confines of the Concrete Jungle toward the Edenic and Splendid pastorals of Beacon, NY on a Day Trippe on Sunday The 25th of August. The village is reachable via Metro-North and contains Many Sources Of Amusement, such as the DIA: Beacon and humble, Hudson Valley charm. What say you, Urbanites? [more inside]
"Shell Game!" an exhibition of nine 6x4 foot paintings depicting the revolutions of 2011 by Molly Crabapple will finally be available for public viewing on April 14th, 7-10pm at the Smart Clothes Gallery, located at 154 Stanton Street, between Houston and Suffolk, New York City. I'll be there and I'd like you to come. [more inside]
Anyone else going to the Chez Apocalypse Comic-Con/Halloween Party at Times Scare on the 12th? Meet your favorite internet video people! Costume contests! Dorks! More info here [more inside]
Anyone else attending Professional's Thursdays at the New York City Comic-Con? We should meet and look at things and drink.
(Last Second Event-Filter) I will be reading from my comic PUPPET MAKERS with artist Molly Crabapple tonight (Tuesday 5th) at 7pm as part of The New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series at The SoHo Gallery for Digital Art 138 Sullivan Street (between Houston & Prince St.). Doors open at 6:30. 7$ suggested donation.