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Kamikaze Alice at HERE Art Center October 6, 7 - 7pm

Lisa's note: Evan Laurence performs off-off-off Broadway and is part of the following show.

Come see possibly the strangest versions of Alice In Wonderland you have ever seen! 14 puppeteers each get a chapter of Alice and do whatever they want with it-without seeing the other's work! Including my own segment - "Pool of Tears."

Tickets are $18, Students get in for $12.

Here's the link to buy tickets online:

And here's the how to get to:

145 6th Avenue
(between Spring and Broome)
New York, NY 10013-1548
Entrance on Dominick Street

Subway: C/E to Spring St.; 1/9 to Houston St.; N/R to Prince St.
Bus: M21 to Houston St.; M6 to Spring St.
Parking: Parking lots are located one block from HERE on the corner of Spring & Varick Streets.


october starters

Lisa's note: Pam Laskin, curator of the Tuesday night readings. Join us!

October Reading Schedule
7:30 PM

October 2-Ilene Starger is a New York-born poet, presently at work on a first collection of poems. Her poetry has been published in Bayou, Folio, Georgetown Review, Oberon, Paper Street, Tar Wolf Review, and will appear in Iodine, Phoenix and online in Tupelo Press Poetry Project. She received honorable mentions in the Ann Stanford Prize sponsored by the Southern California Anthology, and in the 2005 New Millennium Writings Competition. In 2005 she was a finalist for the Ann Stanford Poetry Prize, and she received honorable mention in the 2006 Browning Poetry Competition sponsored by Poesia/ Indian Bay Press, and in the 2007 Poetry Competition sponsored by Writecorner Press.

3 6 5 5 T H A V E N U E P A R K S L O P E
F/R Train to 4th Avenue/9th Street (btwn 5th and 6th St.)

W W W . T H E P E R C H C A F E . C O M


Summer Phoenix in Arnaud Desplechin's
ESTHER KAHN (2000), screening at
Museum of the Moving Image on October 6, a
s part of the film series "Arnaud Desplechin in
Focus," October 6-14, 2007, presented with
Cahiers du Cinema.
Photo credit: Photofest/
Empire Pictures. Courtesy of Museum of the
Moving Image.

Kika Markham (as Ann Brown) and Stacey Tendeter (as Muriel Brown) in François Truffaut's TWO ENGLISH GIRLS (1971), screening at Museum of the Moving Image on October 7 as part of the series "Arnaud Desplechin in Focus," October 6-14, 2007, presented with Cahiers du Cinema. Photo credit: Photofest/Janus Films. Courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image.

Shown from left: Jan Hammenecker (as Nico aka Nicolas), Mathieu Amalric (as Ismaël Vuillard), and Noémie Lvovsky (as Ismaël's sister, Elizabeth) in Arnaud Desplechin's KINGS AND QUEEN (2004), screening on October 13 with a personal appearance by Mr. Desplechin at Museum of the Moving Image, as part of the film series "Arnaud Desplechin in Focus," October 6-14, 2007, presented with Cahiers du Cinema. Photo credit: Photofest/Wild Bunch. Courtesy of the Museum of the Moving Image.


35 AVE AT 36 ST, ASTORIA, NY 11106



Lisa’s note:
This was sent to me by the one and only GOLDA SOLOMON founder of www.JAZZJAUNTS

GOLDA SOLOMON “The Medicine Woman of Jazz” with PO’JAZZ celebrates

Downstairs at The Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia Street, Greenwich Village,

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 2007, 6 - 8 PM
$15 ($10 students/seniors) includes one drink

and a special inaugural welcome to FLOW
featured musicians


E. J. Antonio: Cave Canem - NY Regional Fellow and a 2006 Pushcart Prize nominee. Shayna Dulberger: “the bass lines flow like a river from Dulberger's fingers.”
— Vangelis Aragiannis, Jazz & Tzaz Greek Magazine

Wayne “Magmapoet” Gilbert:
“Wayne Gilbert‘s words brought me back to those days when ‘well you dig it’ and syncopated phrases, beat and jazz were our daily bread.”
—Golda Solomon, poet and host of Po’Jazz

Ras Moshe: “one of the best of the fiery saxophonists of the New York underground.”
— Robert Iannapollo,
All About Jazz

Golda Solomon:
“Poet Solomon...Think of it as Jack Kerouac revisiting the Mile High City and grabbing a sandwich at the New York Deli while in town.” — Norman Provizer, Rocky Mountain News

Cheryl Boyce Taylor: “Convincing the Body is not where poetry is headed, it is where poetry IS,” — Patricia Smith, four-time National Poetry Slam champion and Hurston/Wright Legacy award finalist.

PO’JAZZ at CORNELIA STREET is one big friendly party of good words, good sounds, and good food.” — Gladys Serrano, Mutable Music

The Cornelia Street Café
29 Cornelia Street
Greenwich Village, NY 10014
"a culinary as well as a cultural landmark"
-- Mayoral Proclamation, City of New York 1987

Tel: 212-989-9319 / Fax: 212-243-4207 / Web:
between West 4th and Bleecker Streets, Greenwich Village

by subway: 1 or 9 to Christopher Street - Sheridan Square;
A, C, E, B, D, F & V to West 4th St.