Fortress of Attitude returns to QED Astoria tonight at 8:30 p.m. with Comedy is Back! Check out their awesome lineup for tonight’s awesome show. Pat Stango, Clayton Gumbert, & Gregg Zehentner present a comedy spectacular in Astoria this Friday with… – Nick Vatterott (Fallon; Conan; Comedy Central Half-Hour) – Matt Wayne
You see that video up there? The evil geniuses that make up Fortress of Attitude put that together. And now they’re putting comedy back together tonight in Astoria, Queens. Here’s the info: Are you curious… about the new Fortress of Attitude comedy show at QED Astoria this Friday, February 13?
Like the old saying goes, “if you can make it here… you’re probably making 75,000$/year or more.” 1. Fashion Week will move to Bed Stuy because Williamsburg is the new Manhattan and that makes it not cool anymore. (gifatron.com) 2. New Yorkers will walk through at least two movie shoots
Over the past few years I’ve watched as San Francisco has been pulled out from under us and sold to the highest bidder. And I’m fed up and heartbroken. San Francisco is for everyone, not just the wealthy elite, and this is why I’ve decided to run for mayor....
On Wednesday, November 12 comedic rock band Fortress of Attitude (FoA) is back, and they’re bringing comedy back with them! Pat Stango, Clayton Gumbert & Gregg Zehentner will be entertaining you an evening of stand-up, sketches, skits, and skitches. (Yes. Skitches.) All of this will be taking place at 7:30pm
They say it takes ten years to become a New Yorker. I have, what I assume will be, a short six years left to go but I am in absolutely no rush to become a New Yorker. What does becoming a New Yorker even mean, really? I have lived in
Friday Mrs. Skannatto + Shipwrecks Play Brooklyn Knitting Factory Did you not win tickets to our giveaway? No worries. It’s only $10 ($12 at the door) to catch this amazing night of ska-rock at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. The show begins at 8pm. Also, the Yonatan Gat Band will play the
On Friday, June 21st, Make Music New York (MMNY) will be flooding every street from Belmont Avenue to Grand Street with live musicians, live bands, and great guests, in the ultimate celebration of musical freedom. Now in its seventh year, MMNY is inviting to celebrate the summer solstice with 1,000