Come and get it: https://www.showclix.com/event/3863077
we-are-revolting:

What if Michael Ignatieff showed up at your house with a tray of hotdogs.
What if.

We might have to reverse our no-food policy for the night: http://www.showclix.com/event/3863073

we-are-revolting:

What if Michael Ignatieff showed up at your house with a tray of hotdogs.

What if.

We might have to reverse our no-food policy for the night: http://www.showclix.com/event/3863073

“Real poetry is a party, a wild party, a party where anything might happen. A party from which you may never return home.”

Dorothea Lasky, from Poetry Is Not a Project (via larmoyante)

Join our poetry party on October 23! https://www.showclix.com/event/3863068

Friends in California! Be sure to check out Ai Weiwei’s new exhibit, which includes an evocative and stirring poetry reading from Liao Yiwu on the LIVE stage.  

"“The earth is beautiful beyond all change,” Lerner repeats in 10:04, quoting the poet William Bronk. The inspired and inspiring accomplishment of his novel makes me want to say that, sometimes, art is too. And maybe — if incredibly — so might we be, ourselves."

Be inspired - with and by - Ben Lerner, at LIVE on September 16:http://www.showclix.com/event/LERNER

If you love This American Life as much as we do, than you’ve heard stories from contributor Etgar Keret before. Here’s his most recent story, but you can look through the archives to find many more. 


In a not-to-be-missed event this fall, he is joined by Assaf Gavron, Gina Nahai, and Salar Abdoh on the LIVE stage. Don’t miss out and buy tickets now!http://www.showclix.com/event/TNOIR

"Is Alexei Ratmansky’s “Concerto DSCH” the best ballet to date of the 21st century," The New York Times asks. Read on to see what it says next (hint, it answers in the affirmative).

Buy tickets for his fast-selling event at LIVE now! 
http://www.showclix.com/event/RATMANSKY

Missed your clip of the day? Today, we bring it back with Cheryl Strayed, on the “art of mother f***k-itude.” 

Before her memoir, WILD, makes it to the big screen, watch her discuss strength, fragility, and digging deep.