Category Archives: Local Culture
We Are Furious Yellow: Reflections on the Speakeasy by m.o.i. “Those are not worms. They are only maggots.” There is a raft of coveted demographics adrift and in search of authentic experiences. I do not mean a basil gimlet or … Continue reading
Dance! Dance! Dance! Dance! Dance! Dialogue!
We would like to invite you to the closing reception of The Speakeasy this coming Friday, May 11 at 8pm. Naturally, and as always, we will be serving food, drinks, and conversation to all comers. The night is going to … Continue reading
How To Be Narcissistic: A Workshop and Performance lead by Paul Shortt and Rhiannon Birdsall “Your Narcissism is Medicore” -Timothy “Speed” Levitch, The Cruise We spend so much time these days thinking about our online persona’s on sites like Facebook … Continue reading
The Reading Night Brouhaha was in honor of Jordan Stempleman’s new book, No. Not Today, which is on Magic Helicopter Press and available here: http://magichelicopterpress.com/nottoday.htm The night consisted of a wide range of writers and readers from non-fiction, poetry and … Continue reading
Speakeasy Exchanges are conversational platforms designed to draw on the collective knowledge and experience of all participants. Rather than reinforcing the roles of expert panel and attentive audience, invited guests in this series will come prepared with questions to stimulate … Continue reading
Wes Janz is the founder of onesmallproject.org, a collection of global and local initiatives that foreground the lives of people that many observers consider to be in-need or at-risk. He is a professor of architecture at Ball State University where, in … Continue reading