Monthly Archives: February 2014

Beat the winter blues Pretend it’s not winter anymore at least for a few hours at this Greenpoint bar this weekend. Advertisements

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A Century of Charlie Chaplin

“He was influential right away, kind of like the Beatles or Elvis or some other phenomenon.” Trav S.D., author of “Chain of Fools: Silent Comedy and Its Legacies from Nickelodeons to Youtube,” who is putting together a screening of Charlie … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day in Brooklyn

From couples welding to rope bondage to a Beyonce-themed meal to your standard dinner-and-a-movie date, here’s a roundup of some Valentine’s Day events I did for the Brooklyn Paper. You’re welcome. P.S. Also check out this Missed Connections-themed party at … Continue reading

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Honoring Shirley Chisholm

“Most people under 50 have never heard of her. She’s completely written out of history.” “Chisholm-ed in stone: New book celebrates first black congresswoman,” Brooklyn Paper

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