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Rock Bottom, the new cabaret show written by and starring Bridget Everett with songwriting by Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman, Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz, and Matt Ray, has quite an unforgettable tagline: "Pure heart. Dirty show." It's Everett's first major production since At Least It's Pink in 2007. This new show will feature brand new songs as well as songs from Everett's sold-out showcase with her band The Tender Moments. Read More
Mitt Romney's "binders full of women" comment has lived on in infamy but let's hope that events like Out of the Binders will increase female representation in the workplace and eliminate ridiculous comments like these. Out of the Binders: Symposium on Women Writers Today, aka BinderCon, is a conference promoting leading women in publishing, journalism and entertainment. Read More
On Tuesday August 26th at 7pm, nine famous comedians will raise money and awareness to help fight violence against women. Because DUH! Hosted by the Gotham Comedy Club in NYC, the event is presented by comedian Dean Obeidallah and global human rights group, Breakthrough. Obeidallah will perform alongside Todd Barry, Ted Alexandro, Wali Collins, Dean Edwards, Rob Paravonian and Ritch Duncan, Adam Wade and Pete Dominick. The event is almost sold out so buy a ticket  (today!) and help these funny men take your money!!! This time, it's not just for laughs. Read More
Bustettes, we got a lot of rocking to do, and a lot of fundraising to do, and what a world we live in that we can do both simultaneously. The Brooklyn Women’s Collective is presenting the ALL GRRRL GRILL which just so happens to be a barbecue consisting of all your favorite things in one place. Beats will be provided by Krunk Pony, Gracie Tara, Jlamar, Fefegirl Wonder, TJVSTheMachine, Jeli D (and there are talks of a silent disco… jus' sayin). Read More
  Is it just me, or has this been the loooonnngest week ever? And the news has certainly not given us much to lift our spirits, what with the tragic turn of events in Ferguson, the loss of some incredible talent, the horrible violence in Israel and Palestine—ugh. I need a hug. If you do, too, (and you're in NYC) head on over to Union Square this Tuesday and get one for free!  No, I don’t mean from those randos outside Forever 21 who write “FREE HUGS” on a piece of paper and kind of smell. Artist Jean Grae is bringing #TheHugStation to New York on August 19th. Read More