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Listen To Tell The Bartender Episode 19: To Be Young

October 11, 2013

Listen to Episode 19: To Be Young

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In this Episode:

They say youth is wasted on the young, but how else can we have made those gutsy, irresponsible decisions that make us who we are today? In this episode we hear from three people who made some risky choices, and how they paid off. PLUS a new drink recipe, listener mail, and everyone’s favorite game Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice! Also, like what you hear? Tip me!

The Guests:

Danny Hatch is a comedian, podcaster and a member of the Keith and the Girl team. Here’s a clip of him being awesome in his podcast, That’s The Show With Danny:

Julie Ipcar is the owner of Last Exit Bar (where Katharine worked!), Hanks Saloon, and is one of the leading Twister champions of the Northeast. Here are Julie and Katharine recording this episode at the place where it all began:


Angry Bob is a comedian who you may have seen on HBO’s Bored To Death, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, or talking politics on CNN & MSNBC and national radio. Here he is looking slightly perturbed:


Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“This Year” by The Mountain Goats

“In The New Year” by The Walkmen

“Somewhere Only We Know” by Keane

“Inonic” by Myq Kaplan and Micah Sherman

“La Belle et le Bad Boy” by MC Solaar

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Source: Tell The Bartender

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Booze & Books: NYC Lit Crawl Coming To Brooklyn For First Time May 19

May 13, 2012

The Brooklyn Lit Crawl beer-and-book festival, which stumbles through 13 Cobble Hill, Carroll Garden and Brooklyn Heights venues on Saturday May 19, 6-8 p.m., will comprise cocktails, trivia contests, book readings and special events along the way.

Venues include Zombie Hut (273 Smith Street), Knit Lit (253 Smith), People’s Republic of Brooklyn (247 Smith), BookCourt (163 Court Street), Last Exit (136 Atlantic Avenue) and the After Party at 8 p.m. at 61 Local (61 Bergen Street).

Special events include: * Armchair/Shotgun enacts a live old-timey radio show. * The Liars’ League NYC acts out the latest story by Mark Haddon, author of “The Curious Incident of a Dog in the Nighttime.” * The Cambridge Writers Workshop presents Literary Cabaret.

The inaugural NYC Lit Crawl took place in September 2008. Last year’s event in Manhattan drew more than 1,200 crawlers, enjoying 70+ authors at some 20 events. This is its first extension into Brooklyn. The full schedule is here, with all info here.

“Brooklyn is so literary, it seemed like a no-brainer,” founder Suzanne Russo tells the Brooklyn Paper. “There’s so many friendly venues and so much going on in the literary sphere there, we thought it’s really the place we should be. The venues are smaller, there’s an energy in Brooklyn, a creative spirit that’s more of a go with the flow, we’ll-do-whatever kind of thing.”

Source: Cobble Hill Blog

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