March 27, 2011
March 20, 2011
March 12, 2011
And, from the comments:
So… here. I was trying to copy the poses from bodybuilding magazines and had no idea what I was doing.
My biceps stuck around even nearly ten years later, with relatively minimal weightlifting. Although this photo always struck me as a trick of the light.
Um, let’s balance all that out with this:
March 7, 2011
This Thursday, March 10 (Boston)
“What Philosophy Majors Do After College” is comedian Jennifer Dziura’s one-woman show of hilarity and the greats of Western thought. After graduating from Dartmouth with a degree in philosophy, Jennifer held job titles including office drone, art model, egg donor, subject of medical studies — and finally, comedian. The show includes a humorous overview of the work of nearly twenty philosophers, from Thales to Foucault, accompanied by an aptly collegiate slideshow.
“Dziura’s topic is relatable to most floundering twenty-somethings, especially those of us who decided not to be brokers. Her show has substance, heart, and rapid-fire laughs. It’s a gripping college lecture without a windbag professor.” – Abbi Crutchfield for TheApiary
40 Prospect St., Cambridge, MA
$7/$5 students & seniors
This Friday, March 11 (NYC)
Ladybits @ Living Room Comedy
The Living Room at Postmark Cafe
326 6th Street (between 4th & 5th aves)
Park Slope, BK 11215
Take the F train to 7th Ave stop or 4th Ave/9th Street stop
OR Take the R train to 4th Ave/9th Street stop.
Ladybits co-founder Abbi Crutchfield has long been co-hosting New York’s longest running clean comedy show, Living Room Comedy, with Luke Thayer at the Postmark Cafe. This month, Living Room’s shows will feature all-female lineups as Ladybits meets the Living Room in a grand estrogen explosion. Jen will share a brief excerpt from “What Philosophy Majors Do After College.”
Tuesday, March 15 (Palm Beach, FL)
March 4, 2011