Friday, March 18, 2011

Standard Issues


This month the Standard Issues live show takes on Disasters! Calamities! Horrors great and small!

On hand to relive moments when the shit hits the fan will be a collection of brilliant story tellers including, but not limited to:

Jefferson (The Earth Destroying Asteroid)

Jennifer (Global Warming) Glick

Jeff (Titanic the Sequel) Scherer

Ben (Deli Out Of Lox) Lillie

Allison (Ishtar) Downey

Cyndi (Prom) Freeman

. . . and our mystery guest pulled from the hat! So, possibly, you.

All this and your host Brad (Was That Shellfish a Little Off?) Lawrence.

Tuesday, March 22, 8:00-11:00pm
Pacific Standard
82 Fourth Avenue
At the corner of Saint Marks
Brooklyn, New York

TOLD


You are cordially invited to the twenty-ninth installment of Told, a monthly storytelling show at Under Saint Marks Theater. This month we beat the trail with "Politics as Unusual," stories with backdrops of elections, protests and feisty government hearings. We try hard not to be timely with TOLD, but it seems that with all the news in Wisconsin and the Middle East, we'll have to settle for being relevant this one month.

With stories by the highly electable, constituent-serving:

Jim O'Grady (WNYC, New York Times, This American Life)

Cammi Climaco (Ask Me Stories)

Brad Lawrence (Standard Issues)

Jefferson (One Life Take Two)

Plus interludes by campaign veteran and former speechwriter to President Clinton, Ben Yarrow.

Rock the vote.

TOLD #29: Politics as Unusual
Monday, March 21, 7:00 PM
Under St. Mark's Theater, 94 Saint Marks Place
Between First Avenue and Avenue A
Pay what you will
Join us afterward at Grassroots Bar

Hosted by Seth Lind, Production Manager for This American Life.
Produced by Heidi Grumelot
Presented by Horse Trade Theater Group

Monday, March 14, 2011

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Ravenous Readings

Ravenous Romance™, a leading online publisher of erotic romance novels and short stories, has announced the second night of monthly readings at the New York City literary hot-spot Happy Ending Lounge, a funky two-story club that was once a massage parlor, located at 302 Broome Street. Ravenous Nights is scheduled for Friday, March 4, 8 pm to 10 pm, and it is free of charge.

The lineup for March 4 includes:

Laura Antoniou, best-selling erotic author of the Marketplace series;

D.L. King, best-selling erotic romance author;

Kristabel Reed, Ravenous Romance ménage-a-trios author;

Jefferson, well-known sex blogger and author of male-male short stories for RR anthologies.

The lineup for Friday, April 1 will be announced in the coming weeks.

In celebration of Ravenous Nights, Ravenous Romance will offer free copies of the Ravenous Romance male-male anthology Manthology to the first one hundred people to download it. In addition, Ravenous Romance will give a free Ravenous Romance drink coaster to each attendee and the Happy Ending Lounge will create a special “Ravenous” cocktail that will only appear on the menu during Ravenous Nights.

LISTING INFORMATION:
Ravenous Nights
Friday, March 4, 2011
8 pm to 10 pm, Free of charge
Location: Happy Ending Lounge
302 Broome Street (at Forsyth Street)
(212) 334-9676

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Biochemistry

When I began organizing sex parties eight years ago, part of my impetus for doing so came from the necessity of filling a void. To the best of my knowledge, there were no ongoing parties welcoming of bisexual men. Most events for men and women held to a rigid double standard: women were presumed to be bisexual, whether or not they were, and men were prohibited from touching other men. My friends and I wanted a space where we could be open about our sexuality and so we created a space of our own.

Now, the good folks behind Chemistry have started Biochemistry, a party for bisexual/bi-curious men and the women who love them. I plan to be a regular and I’m talking it up with my friends.

Come join us! You need to be a Chemistry member to attend. Fill out the form below and submit it to thelist@chemistry-nyc.com. Do so now and perhaps I’ll see you at the next party.

Tell ‘em Jefferson sent you.


Thanks for your interest in Chemistry! Chemistry is a private membership club. We'd like to get to know a bit about you. Please answer the following questions thoughtfully. Your responses will not be shared with anyone. Note that each individual must submit an application.


What is your first name?


What decade were you born in?


If you are single, tell us how you feel about that. If you are in a committed relationship, tell us about it.


Do you plan on attending your first Chemistry party with a date? If so, please give his/her first name and email address.


Tell us about yourself (work, goals, interests, dreams, etc.). How would you describe your personality?


What is your favorite non-sexual hobby, past or present? Why?


What is your philosophy on sex? What role does sexuality play in your life?


Have you been to on-premise erotic parties before? If so, which one(s), and what did you like/dislike about them? If not, what is motivating you to attend one now?


What elements and characteristics would make a perfect night at Chemistry for you?


How did you find out about Chemistry? Please be specific (i.e., which friend, article, etc.). Jefferson's "One Life, Take Two" blog


Would you like to receive invites to our New York parties, our Philadelphia parties, or both?


Please send a G-rated photo.