Come join Pomp & Circumstance, a Brooklyn based arts and culture magazine, as they celebrate their next issue launch with a Post-Apocalypse Survival Party tomorrow – November 19th @ www.littlefieldnyc.com. The event will feature a panel of media stars who have changed their lives to succeed and survive. Live performance by Elk City will follow. Beats by DJ Jinners. Sponsored by Mercy, Harper Perennial, Sneak Attack Media, Green Truck and Lucid Absinthe.
**That’s right, Absinthe Open Bar!!!**
7-9 pm guest list only. RSVP to [email protected]
Andrew W.K. released his first full-length album in 2001 – the controversial, I Get Wet – Andrew was quickly recognized as a powerful musical performer, and exhilarating, positive role-model for a new generation. In 2008, Andrew and his friends opened a downtown Manhattan music venue and nightclub, Santos Party House. In 2009, Andrew began his own record label, SKYSCRAPER MUSIC MAKER, and began hosting his own TV show on Cartoon Network, “DESTROY BUILD DESTROY”.
Matt McCarthy is a stand up comedian hailed by the NY Times as “a Belushi-like mad man.” He’s also the redbearded ubiquitous Fios Guy.
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Tony O’Neill, New York based musician with The Brian Jonestown Massacre (2000). O’Neill is also the author of an autobiographical novel Digging The Vein based on his years as a heroin and crack addict as well as his experiences in the music industry.
Our moderator, Ramen-ista, Lianne Stokes, keeps getting fired from all the right places. Her memoir Laid off: Booze and Dreams in the Office is the broke bitch’s handbook on survival.