I talked to WNYC’s Brian Lehrer about that very thing! Click through to listen to my radio voice—and some of Time Out New York‘s very favorite things to do during autumn in New York (not to be confused with Autumn in New York, a movie starring Richard Gere and Winona Ryder).
On Monday night, I’ll be making my standup comedy debut (OMG) at Carolines on Broadway (OMG again!!!), so if you’re kicking around at 7:30 with nothing to do and think to yourself, Oh hey, I’m in the mood to have a delightful time, come on over! (That photo up there is a dramatic simulation of how hard I predict you’ll be laughing*.) (*Results are not guaranteed.)
You can buy tickets here, and rest assured, there will be other (potentially even MORE delightful) comics there, too, so you are unlikely to be disappointed*.
Please come laugh at me!!!
I certainly think so, but then, I live there. (And just for the record, I’m not hip. Oh, you knew that. Moving on.)
I was on New York’s Fox 5 this week for Time Out New York, talking about the recent Quinnipiac poll that says most New Yorkers think BK is the hippest borough. I can’t find a link, but this is a photo of a face I made while saying things like:
“By the time any poll or any article declares someplace hip, it’s probably already past hip.”
Real talk, you guys.
Just ahead of her gig at Celebrate Brooklyn!, I sat down with Annie Clark, a.k.a. St. Vincent, for Time Out New York. We talked stage-diving, technology and Taylor Swift. She was an absolute delight!
Actually, I was on twice (NBD), talking about where to watch the fireworks and/or escape from the rain, and how to take advantage from the empty NYC streets during the holiday weekend when everybody flees.
So far I can only find the second video, on New York’s Fox 5—check it out, will ya?
Oh hey! I wrote a review of Cedric Klapisch’s latest, Chinese Puzzle, for Time Out New York.