Monday, December 8, 2008

Get To It

(pic via polymath blues.)

Jonathan Curiel, the author of Al' America: Travels Through America's Arab and Islamic Roots, speaks at Busboys and Poets tonight.

Do not even front like you're not coming to Napoleon on Wednesday for Listopad x Renee Glazer. It's going to be really fun and we're really excited to see all of you!

On Thursday, Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams hosts a reading of the The Domino Book of Decorating. All hail this super-cute and smart magazine.

Can I tell you guys a funny story? When my babysitter showed me Labyrinth during the summer before third grade, I cried hysterically until she fed me cookies. Relive this childhood trauma on Friday at Landmark's E Street Cinema. Midnight show yung!

This weekend, the Smithsonian hosts "Ambulante at Smithsonian: New Documentaries from Mexico," a film series showcasing some choice celluloid: La cancion del pulque (about ancient booze!) on Saturday and XV in Zaachila (about a quincaneara with 850 guests!) on Sunday.

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