If you want to mingle with performance artists at the top of their game, or have a full-on Berlin style dance party with them, then you’re in luck this week. November is jam-packed with really immersive, creative, and hands-on events in the city.
It seems like every week we do this, I have to preemptively apologize for the circus of bad news that seems to grow in severity with each passing Thursday, and this week did not disappoint. So again, I’m sorry! But before we get into the national yuck, let’s touch on
The gay, Jewish-Palestinian married standup duo brought to life their endless real-life comedic content through a new cartoon series illustrated by Jesse Brown. I have to say the couple’s cartoons are simply delightful, and they nearly made me shoot coffee out of my nose while reading them one morning. Equally
We sprint to the end of San Francisco summer with a lots of great, artsy stuff to do. Arguably the busiest time of year for events in the bay, and once we hit November the temperature and the party schedule drop like a baritone. so get out there while ya
Hello, Broke-Ass readers! On Round 1, we covered one of the biggest draws of New York Comic Con: Cosplay. This round, we’re gonna take you into the world of yet another huge draw at NYCC every year: Celebrities. Each & every year, NYCC is packed to the brim with celebrities
it’s nerd & geek heaven. From video games to film to anime to professional wrestling to toys…whatever stunted your sexual awakening growing up will be represented under the roof of New York Comic Con
Want to see thirteen filmmakers come out against Donald Trump and the hateful and oppressive America he embodies? Then you need to check out the upcoming short film anthology Filmmakers Unite. This anthology runs October 5-11, 2018 at the Roxie Theater!
witches, drinks, bluegrass, films, photos, prints, performance and even an ‘underwater, multimedia experience’. So dive in, the waters just right…and it ain’t even Halloween week yet.