Monday, October 29, 2007

Hello Again

So, someone whose opinion I admire, informed me that I have been lazy and not updated my blog for some time.

I respect this person's opinion even if he thinks calling someone "Pumpkin" is violent.

So, I am holding myself responsible for a Halloween report.

See you on the flip side.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Defend Brooklyn!

Hey everyone check this out!!!
This is important.

Develop-don't destroy. BROOKLYN

Media Contact: Nancy Kelly, (646) 796-8624, or Reva Cooper, (718) 965-0486;

WHAT: Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn Walkathon Fundraiser-- A Better Brooklyn, One

Step at a Time

WHEN: Sunday, October 14, 2007, 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. (rain or shine)

Registration: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.

Walk: 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m.

Post-Walkathon Celebration: 2:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

WHERE: Prospect Heights Brooklyn

Registration and Kick-off: Freddy’s Backroom, 485 Dean Street @ 6th Ave., Brooklyn, NY.

Post-Walkathon Celebration: Soda Bar, 629 Vanderbilt Ave. @ Prospect Ave., Brooklyn, NY.

Route: the walk will follow Flatbush Avenue to Grand Army Plaza, circle the Plaza and proceed down Vanderbilt Avenue. Total distance, approximately 1.5 miles.

Information and Registration: or email

BACKGROUND: Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn (DDDB) to hold Walkathon Fundraiser—a Better Brooklyn, One Step at a Time. Individuals, teams and families are invited to step out on October 14 to participate in a Walkathon to raise funds and awareness for the ongoing fight against the outsized and unpopular Forest City Ratner Atlantic Yards project.

Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn, a non-profit corporation with 501-C3 status, is an umbrella organization for a coalition of citizen, community and faith-based groups that oppose the current plan for the development of Atlantic Yards. Last year’s Walkathon fundraiser involved over 300 participants and raised over $100,000.

The Walkathon, open to all, will start at the edge of the project’s footprint, on the corner of Dean Street and 6th Avenue. Registration, children’s activities and a word from the event’s Grand Marshal, TBA, will take place between 12:00-1:00 p.m. From there, participants will walk the neighborhood of Park Slope/Prospect Heights on a route that will take them past some of the great monuments and civic buildings of Brooklyn. After approximately 1.5 miles, the walk will end at neighborhood hangout Soda Bar, a kid-friendly bar and restaurant, for an after-party hosted by Roger Paz, aka DJ Motormouth, and featuring a live performance from Brooklyn singer-songwriter John Pinamonti.

Individuals or teams can register to participate and raise money for the event at Donations take place online through a secure and fully-automated system, or can be made in person on the day of the event. All donations are fully tax-deductible.

Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn supports true progress for Brooklyn, and believes that the citizens of Brooklyn deserve development that will unite our community instead of dividing and destroying it.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007


Hey Everyone!

This month's Monocle is this Friday October 5th at New Voices Bookstore in the East Village...

Come see the Mono-tastic stylings of some of the most talented up and coming actors, comedians, improvisers and storytellers riff on this month's theme:

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There will be tricks!
There will be treats!
There will be candy!

Come watch us perform some stories and then stick around while we improvise monologues and performance pieces out of thin air, for you, right on the spot!

This event is free!

New Voices Bookstore is located at 424 9th street between 1st Ave
and Avenue A.

They did the Mash...