Celebrating the release of Cassette From My Ex: Stories and Soundtracks of Lost Loves, editor Jason Bitner presents along with The AV Club’s Kyle Ryan, artist Derek Erdman and more special guests. This expert panel will shed light on the power of mixtapes and share their own tales of tapes given and received, crushes turned to heartaches. And special bonus! Illustrator Arthur Jones presents his hilarious loss-of-virginity tale as a Post-It Note Story.
Date: Monday, November 9, 2009
Time: 8:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: The Hideout
Street: 1354 West Wabansia
City/Town: Chicago, IL
Quimby’s will be there selling books! Please note this event is at the Hideout and not at Quimby’s!
Monday, November 9th, 8pm, $5.00
At the Hideout
1354 W Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL 60642-1519
The Interview Show, a talk show at The Hideout, is back Friday, Oct. 2, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Host Mark Bazer welcomes guests Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot, co-hosts of “Sound Opinions;” novelist Gillian Flynn (“Dark Places,” “Sharp Objects”) and Joe Winston, director of the documentary “What’s the Matter With Kansas?” $5. Plus, Quimby’s will on hand to sell books by the guests. The Hideout is located at 1354 W. Wabansia.
Here’s Ezra’s announcement about this FREE event he’s hosting this Thursday (2/26) at Pistol Bazaar Vintage — if you have any questions beyond this, his site is here:
Free entertainment is becoming a more highly valued commodity, and as free entertainment goes, this week’s Comic Art Battle will surely be hard to beat!
Richard Lee – www.loftysofty.com
Steve Krakow – www.plasticcrimewave.com
Nate Beaty – www.natebeaty.com
Grant Reynolds – www.myspace.com/grantreynolds
Aaron Renier – www.aaronrenier.com
And probably some special guests!
Thursday (it might rain, but it’s supposed to be warm!), February 26th
@ Pistol Bazaar Vintage, 1717 W. Chicago Ave.
Doors at 6pm, Battle starts 7pm Complimentary cocktails and munchies.
All vintage will be 20% off.
Please note this event is NOT at Quimby’s. We’ll be there selling books. It’s actually sponsored by Drinking Liberally and Laughing Liberally.
Part Whole Earth Catalog, part 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, and part Zagat Guide, THE NATION GUIDE TO THE NATION is the essential lifestyle guide for liberals across the land, a one-stop-shop for liberals and progressives all over America.
Inside THE NATION GUIDE TO THE NATION:
* Studs Terkel’s favorite Chicago restaurant
* Ray Bradbury’s regular bookstore
* The best progressive diner in Iowa City
* Stuart Klawans’s 25 greatest political films
* Summer camps to foster liberal ideals in your children
* Blogs, museums, bookstores, churches, and more
Sat, Feb 28th, 7pm
No Exit Café, 6970 North Glenwood, Chicago, IL 60626
For more info: matt at headzup dot tv or jbaxter at randomhouse.com