This week you'll get way more music than you ever dreamed of, with Justin Hayford doing cabaret hits, and Bobby Conn rocking and rolling. In spoken words, Brett Neveu delivers news from the art world, and Katie Rich rails on Whitney Cumming's new show, appropriately titled Whitney.
This week, we're going to to get schooled. Schooled on how to behave. Dan Sinker teaches you how to handle your sportsfan child who exists in art nerd family. Mel Evans talks about how to announce that you're pregnant, Beyonce-style.
Surly but studious Ian Belknap is The Paper Machete's official Dean of Mean. He's also the host of the hit spoken-word show WRITE CLUB at the Hideout; the next show is Tuesday September 27 at 7 pm. We've asked him to play 5 Machete questions. 1.
Christopher and Ali talk way too much about cats, so skip the beginning of this week's issue if you're not so inclined. First up, Benno Nelson discusses how art hasn't changed as much as you'd think it might have since 9/11.
When it rains outside the Horseshoe, it rains inside the Horseshoe. But that didn't put a damper on things! We have Julia Sweeney ragging on strollers at the acquarium. Stephanie McCanles comments on reality television and the Emmy season. Bond Benton reports on pro-wrestling.
Saturday, former Saturday Night Live star (and woman who played that hilarious nun who had cancer in that one episode of Sex and the City) will be at The Paper Machete reading about an as-of-yet undisclosed topic.