This Week

  • Wednesday: Press Press Public Studio Announcements: Readings + Puerto Rico Relief Fundraiser

    Wednesday: Press Press Public Studio Announcements: Readings + Puerto Rico Relief Fundraiser

    Oct. 18 Earlier this year when I spoke with Kimi Hanauer and Bomin Jeon of the interdisciplinary publishing collective Press Press (which we named Best Press this year) right before they opened up their studio space downtown, we talked about the team's radical engagement with publishing and with...

  • Wednesday—Nov. 5: Dia De los Muertos

    Wednesday—Nov. 5: Dia De los Muertos

    Oct. 18-Nov. 5 Mexico’s Day of the Dead originated 3000 years ago as an Aztec tradition and has spread worldwide with the Mexican diaspora. It’s a time to remember the departed, gather with family, and help ancestors on their spiritual journey by constructing and decorating altars in their honor....

  • Saturday: Jim McKay Maryland Million Day

    Saturday: Jim McKay Maryland Million Day

    Oct. 21 The Preakness and Black-Eyed Susan Day are the highlights of the racing calendar that people who rarely set foot at a track know about. Jim McKay Maryland Million Day is for the diehards, boasting a full slate of stakes races featuring the top Maryland-bred horses. Named for the late host...

  • Saturday: "School of Rock" Live Reading

    Saturday: "School of Rock" Live Reading

    Oct. 21 “School of Rock,” an absurdly unlikely mainstream film made by Austin hipster/Terrence Malick-acolyte Richard Linklater and misanthropic TV writer Mike White (otherwise best known for the wrenching, funny-in-a-fucked-up-way HBO comedy “Enlightened”), is, ideologically speaking, the perfect...

  • Saturday: Hike for Healing

    Saturday: Hike for Healing

    Oct. 21 With everyone taking to Twitter etc. to talk out the utterly unsurprising sexual harrassment and assault allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, the internet right now can be particularly upsetting and yes, triggering. Depending on what you happen to scroll upon and where...

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