Moves is moving offices, I was on a mad-dash vacation through three countries, and our Spring Issue is set to be hot off the press by the end of the month. You know what I need?
But you know what you really should do while we get ourselves settled in our new home?
Dr. Sketchy’s (NYC) at the Stonewall Inn, April 27th
Dr. Sketchy, everybody’s favorite anti-art school, NYC branch returns! It’s been on hiatus, but now two of my wonderful friends and amazing artists will be running it, and you won’t want to miss this Sunday’s triumphant revival in the style of a Victorian brothel. (Don’t even try to tell me you’ve never wanted to attend a boozed up sketching session in a Victorian brothel.) For $12 online (or $15 at the door) you can bring your sketchbooks and pens and enjoy the beautiful people performing for your artistic inspiration; or don’t bring your sketchbooks and enjoy alcohol, beautiful people, and good conversation – with yours truly, among others.
Read a Damn Book: William Shakespeare’s Star Wars, by Ian Doescher
You thought Star Wars could never be better. You thought Star Wars had done down the drain with the advent of the so-called “prequels” (THEY DON’T EXIST THEY’RE A LIE THEY’RE FUN ACTION MOVIES THAT DON’T ACTUALLY BELONG IN THE STAR WARS FRANCHISE). You thought so wrong. William Shakespeare turned his attention to the script (bet you didn’t know that) and as with so much the great writer turned his attention to, you’ll be hooked by the first
C-3PO: Now is the summer of our happiness/Made winter by this sudden, fierce attack!