Sequential artist and illustrator Dame Darcy and writer
Lisa Crystal Carver (aka Lisa Suckdog) will be performing raucous scenes
from their collaborative new book The Jaywalker on Sunday
evening at the Ice Cream Factory.
Hey, nerds: Felicia Day — you may know her from her role on Supernatural, her web series The Guild or her Nerdist Industries-acquired YouTube channel Geek & Sundry — is coming to Joseph-Beth in support of her latest book, You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost).
Singer/bassist Guylaine Vivarat’s sings in her native French throughout DTCV’s latest full-length album, Confusion Moderne,
a decision that lends an extra layer of mystery to a band whose origins
and rapid evolution have already been sources of curiosity.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom
Center hosts a free community conversation revolving around
Islamophobia, which the center defines as “an exaggerated fear, hatred
and hostility toward Islam and Muslims perpetuated by negative
“Sorry about my ring-back tone,” says
comedian Cy Amundson in reference to the Country music that callers hear
before his cellphone connects. “It’s on there strictly to upset certain
comedian friends of mine who are music snobs.”
It’s not unusual for a movie, play or
musical to follow the arc of a relationship. But Jason Robert Brown’s
musical exploration of Jamie’s and Cathy’s coming together and breaking
up charts a pair of parallel but opposite paths.
Listermann Brewing Company celebrates
strong beer at its annual Starkbier Fest. The idea goes back to the 18th
century, when German monks believed the nutritional value of strong
beer helped them through their Lenten fast.