Last month the wonderful Co-Producer (Trish Nelson) of Women of Letters at Joe’s Pub had me as her guest. I wasn’t at all prepared for what I would experience and be apart of that night. The show brings 6 women from all backgrounds to share letters they have written for
The 2nd Annual New York Funny Songs Festival will be emitting hilarity throughout various venues across New York City this weekend including Santo’s Party House, Joe’s Pub, The Living Room and much more! With funny lady Jessica Delfino at the helm, the festival was able to raise enough money through
Primarily researched and written by Stephen Torres with help from Stuart Schuffman. We stand at the precipice of one of the most polarizing federal elections that has ever occurred in this country. Each day brings another dash of chaos, and yet here we are, once again sifting through another labyrinthine
The 2013 Aputumpu Music Festival is here! And it’s invading music venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn this weekend including Public Assembly, Webster Hall, Joe’s Pub and more. Over 40 bands are taking the stage and bringing you a different theme with each night from a wide range of music. Whether
Armed with a standing bass and a voice that swings easily from a raspy blues purr, to a clear, dulcet alto, Amy LaVere commands the stage. Amy brings a range of experiences – moving around the country as a “General Motors brat,” roles in Black Snake Moon and Walk the
Have you ever been like “I like Pulp Fiction, but wish that there were more cabaret dancers”? If so my friend, tomorrow is your. Fucking. NIGHT. New York cultural institution Joe’s Pub in conjunction with Casino O’ Fortune Cookie Productions presents Royale With Cheese: A Burlesque Tribute to Pulp Fiction.
Living in New York, I’ve seen and heard my fair share of bands. And since the low-fi, garage sound has been dominating the Brooklyn music scene for so long now, it’s always refreshing to hear a classically trained musician who doesn’t shoe gaze through their whole set. Multi-instrumentalist, scholar, teacher,
Grace McLean has a voice that could launch a thousand ships filled with history’s greatest jazz musicians. Perched on the precarious edge of ‘œabout to make it big,’ Grace is still a broke-ass like us and tickets are still cheap. This Wednesday night, you can see her at Joe’s Pub