The Original Drinking Liberally

State of This Union, No Longer State of Disunion

Our last President had used a State of the Union
to offer lies about uranium that conned us into Iraq.
Our new President used his first address to Congress
to talk honestly about the cost of Iraq & about ending it.

Bush used his major annual address
for such pressing topics as human-animal hybrids.
Obama used it to discuss investing in our human capital.

George suggested we send men to Mars.
Barack suggested we send America back to work.

And Bobby Jindal suggested the disaster of Katrina
somehow would have been better with less Federal support.
So if you miss W, don't worry -- his spirit lives on...

Obama offered us a realistic state of this union...
after Bush's constant state of disunion, it's a change.

Discuss the State of the Union, and be part of a reunion,
as you share debate, dialogue & a delightful drink
with your local progressive social club.

DRINKING LIBERALLY
Tonight - and every Thursday
7:30pm onward
Rudy's - 9th Ave btw 44th & 45th
[in the back booth of the bar]
Questions: [email protected]

Announcements & Special Events:

1. Tonight: the New York State Senate Rules Reform meeting

2. NYCLU's Big Gay Variety Show - Tues 3/3

3. Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues 3/3

4. Drinking Liberally Greenwich Village - Tues 3/3

5. Reading Liberally Special: The Watchmen - Wed 3/4

6. Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs 3/5

1. Tonight: the New York State Senate Rules Reform meeting
DL regular Russell Squire wants to let us know
about the State Senate's Rules Reform public hearing.
Dear Citizens and Advocates for Reform:

A democratic, functional and open legislative process in New York will lead to better results for the people of our State. For that reason, the Senate created the Temporary Committee on Rules and Administration Reform.

Your presence would be a strong show of support for our efforts to change the rules to restore functionality, and we encourage all of you to attend. Also, if you would like to submit written testimony, it will be entered into the formal record of the hearing and posted on the committee's website. http://www.senate.state.ny.us/sws/reform/index.html

Thursday, February 26, 2009
6-9pm
NYS Senate Hearing Room
250 Broadway, 19th Floor -
Between Park Place & Murray St, across from City Hall

The hearing is open to the public, but to ensure that we have appropriate space we would appreciate it if you could let us know in advance if you are able to attend and how many people would be coming with you. If you have any questions or to RSVP, please contact Russell Squire at [email protected].

2. NYCLU's Big Gay Variety Show - Tues 3/3

The 2nd Annual BIG GAY VARIETY SHOW!
at the world-famous burlesque theater
The Box - 189 Chrystie St.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009 @ 7 p.m.
Tickets and VIP table sales available at www.nyclu.org/biggayshow

Proceeds will benefit the LGBT work of the NYCLU. The NYCLU is one of New York State’s leading advocates for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender New Yorkers. NYCLU’s current LGBT work includes fighting for marriage fairness; GENDA, the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act; and the Dignity for all Students Act, which protects LGBT youth.

Open bar all night! Raffle prizes! Live auction!

Featuring some of NYC's hottest singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and acrobats, including: Emcee Murray Hill, Nellie McKay, Songtress Our Lady Jay, The World Famous Pontani Sisters, Misnomer Dance Theater, Performer and comedienne Jackie Hoffman, A very sexy magic act from actors & illusionists Michael Carbonaro (Another Gay Movie), The Sean Curran Dance Company, Comedienne Poppi Kramer, You Tube sensations the VGL Boys, The juggling and stripping Sizzle Twins, Comedienne Vidur Kapur, Award-winning cabaret performers Mel&El, Aerialist Kelley Shaw, Trapeze Artist Elie Venezky and DJ Brenda Black

3. Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues, 3/3 - 7:30
A night of Laughter from the Left
Yes We Can still laugh in the era of "Yes We Can:
The Tank - 354 West 45th Street
http://livingliberally.org/laughing/chapters/NY/nyc

4. Drinking Liberally Greenwich Village - Tues, 3/3
The monthly gathering of NYC's newest chapter
at Les Poisson Rouge - 158 Bleecker @ Thompson
http://livingliberally.org/drinking/chapters/NY/greenwichvillage

5. Reading Liberally - The Watchmen - Wed, 3/4 - 6:30pm
Get ready for the cinematic release
by discussing this acclaimed graphic novel
at a special gathering of Reading Liberally.
The Grisly Pear - 107 MacDougal St.
between Bleecker & West 3rd.

6. Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs, 3/5
MIDNIGHT! - AMC Empire 25 (234 West 42nd St)
[Buy your own tix -- get them in advance!]
Join Drinking Liberally for the traditional Thursday meeting at Rudy's, then down your drinks and head over to the cinema for the midnight premiere of the highly anticipated film Watchmen. More drinking and discussing to follow the film.
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Midnight-Madness-Watchmen

The First Obama (Sort Of) State Of The Union - Tomorrow

With Bush it was always a Sorry State of the Union.
Tomorrow night, it will be a Sort-of State of the Union.

President Obama will address a joint session of Congress,
in what will be his first State of the Union Address
(except not officially called that...oh DC protocol)

Come join Drinking Liberally
as we watch, cheer, toast & fret together.

Tuesday, Feb 24th - 9pm Address
The Grisly Pear - 107 MacDougal St.
between Bleecker & West 3rd.
(Trivia night from 7:30 on for early-birds)
http://livingliberally.org/drinking/event/Unofficial-State-Union-Watch-P...

Under President Bush, we needed to gather
because it was better than drinking alone.

The tradition isn't over as we scheme & dream
& keep the liberal libations flowing.
(Plus we will have a drinking game, of course...
after all Jindal's response will get us buzzed.)

See you there:
http://livingliberally.org/drinking/event/Unofficial-State-Union-Watch-P...

...and see you soon:

1. State Senate Rules Reform
2. Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues 3/3
3. Greenwich Village DL - Tues 3/3
4. Reading Liberally: The Watchmen - Wed, 3/4
5. Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs 3/5

1. DL regular Russell Squire wants to let us know
about the State Senate's Rules Reform public hearing.
Dear Citizens and Advocates for Reform:

A democratic, functional and open legislative process in New York will lead to better results for the people of our State. For that reason, the Senate created the Temporary Committee on Rules and Administration Reform.

Your presence would be a strong show of support for our efforts to change the rules to restore functionality, and we encourage all of you to attend. Also, if you would like to submit written testimony, it will be entered into the formal record of the hearing and posted on the committee's website. http://www.senate.state.ny.us/sws/reform/index.html

Thursday, February 26, 2009
6-9pm
NYS Senate Hearing Room
250 Broadway, 19th Floor -
Between Park Place & Murray St, across from City Hall

The hearing is open to the public, but to ensure that we have appropriate space we would appreciate it if you could let us know in advance if you are able to attend and how many people would be coming with you. If you have any questions or to RSVP, please contact Russell Squire at [email protected].

2. Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues, 3/3 - 7:30
The Tank - 354 West 45th Street
http://livingliberally.org/laughing/chapters/NY/nyc
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3. Drinking Liberally Greenwich Village - Tues, 3/3
The monthly gathering of NYC's newest chapter
at Les Poisson Rouge - 158 Bleecker @ Thompson
http://livingliberally.org/drinking/chapters/NY/greenwichvillage
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4. Reading Liberally - The Watchmen - Wed, 3/4 - 6:30pm
Get ready for the cinematic release
by discussing this acclaimed graphic novel
at a special gathering of Reading Liberally.
The Grisly Pear - 107 MacDougal St.
between Bleecker & West 3rd.

5. Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs, 3/5
MIDNIGHT! - AMC Empire 25 (234 West 42nd St)
Join Drinking Liberally for the traditional Thursday meeting at Rudy's, then down your drinks and head over to the cinema for the midnight premiere of the highly anticipated film Watchmen. More drinking and discussing to follow the film.
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Midnight-Madness-Watchmen
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If Our Government Ran Like The Banks...

[Tonight marks the 300th Thursday of Drinking Liberally
& there will be gifts & drinks for all who attend]

If our government ran like the banks,
our leaders would resist oversight & transparency
as they wasted and abused public funds & public trust.

If the Prez acted like a bank CEO,
he'd keep in place a team that had failed
& even give them bonuses for their "great work"
that brought us to the brink of disaster.

If we took after these financial giants,
we'd argue against government regulation
...except when it pays off for our pals.

If our government were run like the banks
...it would be the Bush Administration.

Let's hope our new President realizes that running
our country "like a business" may be a bad idea.

Join us at the bar for a night you can bank on:
good people, good ideas & a few good drinks
as we gather at our local progressive social club
for the 300th Thursday in a row!

DRINKING LIBERALLY
Marking our 300th weekly gathering
at the time and place we've always met:
Tonight - and every Thursday
7:30pm onward
Rudy's - 9th btw 44th & 45th
[in the back booths of the bar]
Questions: [email protected]

And tonight we welcome early-birds in town
for the Young Democrats of America Convention

Mark your calendars - coming soon...

Screening Liberally Oscar Party - Sun 2/22 - 8pm
Location: Hell's Kitchen
(venue still being finalized -- check back tomorrow,
or come to The Tank - 354 West 45th Street -
and there will be a sign directing you within two blocks)

2008 was a year filled with political features. How will they fare at The Oscars? What films and performances should take the cake and why? Are you up to date on your political Hollywood trivia (Did you know that Ron Howard gave $25,000 to the DCCC and directed a call to action?)?

Come hang with Screening Liberally to watch the Oscars and share your movie trivia and film views.

http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Screening-Liberally-Oscars-Pa...
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Obama's (sort of) State of the Union - Tues 2/24
The President's Joint Session of Congress
(not called the State of the Union, but...)
Location TBA
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Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues, 3/3 - 7:30
The Tank - 354 West 45th Street
http://livingliberally.org/laughing/chapters/NY/nyc
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Drinking Liberally Greenwich Village - Tues, 3/3
The monthly gathering of NYC's newest chapter
at Les Poisson Rouge - 158 Bleecker @ Thompson
http://livingliberally.org/drinking/chapters/NY/greenwichvillage
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Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs, 3/5
MIDNIGHT! - AMC Empire 25 (234 West 42nd St)
Join Drinking Liberally for the traditional Thursday meeting at Rudy's, then down your drinks and head over to the cinema for the midnight premiere of the highly anticipated film Watchmen. More drinking and discussing to follow the film.
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Midnight-Madness-Watchmen
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...plus a few other events worth knowing about:

Tom Geoghegan Fundraiser - Sun 2/22
Please join us for a Pre-Oscars Night Fundraiser to help our PDA-endorsed nominee Tom Geoghegan replace Rahm Emanuel in Illinois' 5th Congressional District.

Sunday, February 22, 7 to 9 p.m.
The Tank, 354 West 45th St.

For tix: http://www.actblue.com/page/tom09nyc

Tom is a famed labor lawyer who wrote legendary pro-worker books like "Which Side Are You On?" David Sirota calls him "one of the greatest living progressives in America" and a writer at The Nation wrote "Tom could be the next Paul Wellstone." The new PCCC made Tom its first supported candidate.

Tom will deliver a welcome greeting and an overview of the campaign at about 7:30 p.m. via a video link from Chicago.

The election is March 3, so every dollar helps!

Host Committee:
Tim Carpenter, Jeff Cohen, Diane Shamis, and Mimi Kennedy of Progressive Democrats of America
Frances Anderson and Sharon Lynch of PDA/New York
Debra Cooper, activist
Bernadette Evangelist, activist
Air America Radio Host Laura Flanders
Jeffrey Feldman, activist
Bob Fertik & Antonia Stolper of Democrats.com
Adam Green of Progressive Change Campaign Committee
Justin Krebs
Elana Levin, activist
Jonathan Tasini, labor activist
Naomi Wolf, political commentator

* Nominee: $35 (Also gets you 1 free wine/beer voucher.)
* Winner: $100 (Also gets you 3 free wine/beer vouchers and a raffle entry to win tickets to the Best Movie winner!)
* Lifetime Achievement Winner: $250 (Also gets you 3 drink vouchers, 3 raffle entries, and you'll be listed as honorary co-host of the event.)
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Young Dems Mixer - Sun 2/22
The farewell event of the YDA conference
2-4pm at 310 Bowery Lounge
310 Bowery at East 1st
http://www.democraticgain.org/event/newyorkcity

The 300th Week of Drinking Liberally, and other Special Events

Dear Liberal Drinkers -

Tomorrow marks the 300th week that Drinking Liberally
has gathered each Thursday night at Rudy's.

So join us for $300 of complimentary drinks,
and check out other special events this week & next.

1. Laughing Liberally Lab - tonight - 7:30
2. Reading Liberally - tonight - 6:30
3. The 300th Drinking Liberally Toast - Thurs 2/19
4. Screening Liberally Oscar Party - Sun 2/22
5. Obama's (sort of) State of the Union - Tues 2/24
6. Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues, 3/3
7. Drinking Liberally Greenwich Village - Tues, 3/3
8. Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs, 3/5
plus a few other events worth knowing about:
9. Tom Geoghegan Fundraiser - Sun 2/22
10. Young Dems Mixer - Sun 2/22

1. Laughing Liberally Lab - tonight - 7:30
Whether you're laughing at GOP obstructionism
or to calm your jitters over Afghanistan,
come LAUGH LIBERALLY with your friends
from Comedy Central, The Onion and more:
Scott Blakeman, Lee Camp, Harry Terjanian,
Negin Farsad, Myq Kaplan & Michael Hayne.
The Tank - 354 West 45th St
Tix: $10 ($5 if you're on this list!)
http://www.thetanknyc.org

2. Reading Liberally - tonight - 6:30
The Grisly Pear (107 MacDougal Street)
Join the conversation of this month's pick:
The Conscience of a Liberal by Paul Krugman
(whether you've read it or not, you're welcome!)
http://livingliberally.org/reading/chapters/NY/nycclassics

3. The 300th Drinking Liberally Toast - Thurs 2/19
We've been going for 300 weeks...
& will go for 300 more if our livers hold out.
Come raise a glass -- first drink on us
(as far as $300 will take us.)
And welcome early birds to the Young Dems conference
who are arriving in town for the weekend.
Rudy's - 9th btw 44th & 45th - 7:30pm onward
Questions: [email protected]

4. Screening Liberally Oscar Party - Sun 2/22 - 8pm
Location TBA
2008 was a year filled with political features. How will they fare at The Oscars? What films and performances should take the cake and why? Are you up to date on your political Hollywood trivia (Did you know that Ron Howard gave $25,000 to the DCCC and directed a call to action?)?

Come hang with Screening Liberally to watch the Oscars and share your movie trivia and film views.

http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Screening-Liberally-Oscars-Pa...

5. Obama's (sort of) State of the Union - Tues 2/24
The President's Joint Session of Congress
(not called the State of the Union, but...)
Location TBA

6. Laughing Liberally Lab - Tues, 3/3 - 7:30
The Tank - 354 West 45th Street
http://livingliberally.org/laughing/chapters/NY/nyc

7. Drinking Liberally Greenwich Village - Tues, 3/3
The monthly gathering of NYC's newest chapter
at Les Poisson Rouge - 158 Bleecker @ Thompson
http://livingliberally.org/drinking/chapters/NY/greenwichvillage

8. Screening Liberally: The Watchmen - Thurs, 3/5
MIDNIGHT! - AMC Empire 25 (234 West 42nd St)
Join Drinking Liberally for the traditional Thursday meeting at Rudy's, then down your drinks and head over to the cinema for the midnight premiere of the highly anticipated film Watchmen. More drinking and discussing to follow the film.
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Midnight-Madness-Watchmen

...plus a few other events worth knowing about:

9. Tom Geoghegan Fundraiser - Sun 2/22
Please join us for a Pre-Oscars Night Fundraiser to help our PDA-endorsed nominee Tom Geoghegan replace Rahm Emanuel in Illinois' 5th Congressional District.

Sunday, February 22, 7 to 9 p.m.
The Tank, 354 West 45th St.

For tix: http://www.actblue.com/page/tom09nyc

Tom is a famed labor lawyer who wrote legendary pro-worker books like "Which Side Are You On?" David Sirota calls him "one of the greatest living progressives in America" and a writer at The Nation wrote "Tom could be the next Paul Wellstone." The new PCCC made Tom its first supported candidate.

Tom will deliver a welcome greeting and an overview of the campaign at about 7:30 p.m. via a video link from Chicago.

The election is March 3, so every dollar helps!

Host Committee:
Tim Carpenter, Jeff Cohen, Diane Shamis, and Mimi Kennedy of Progressive Democrats of America
Frances Anderson and Sharon Lynch of PDA/New York
Debra Cooper, activist
Bernadette Evangelist, activist
Air America Radio Host Laura Flanders
Jeffrey Feldman, activist
Bob Fertik & Antonia Stolper of Democrats.com
Adam Green of Progressive Change Campaign Committee
Justin Krebs
Elana Levin, activist
Jonathan Tasini, labor activist
Naomi Wolf, political commentator

* Nominee: $35 (Also gets you 1 free wine/beer voucher.)
* Winner: $100 (Also gets you 3 free wine/beer vouchers and a raffle entry to win tickets to the Best Movie winner!)
* Lifetime Achievement Winner: $250 (Also gets you 3 drink vouchers, 3 raffle entries, and you'll be listed as honorary co-host of the event.)

10. Young Dems Mixer - Sun 2/22
The farewell event of the YDA conference
2-4pm at 310 Bowery Lounge
310 Bowery at East 1st
http://www.democraticgain.org/event/newyorkcity

Abraham Lincoln & Charles Darwin Would Obviously Be Liberals

Two hundred years ago today, a person was born
who would lead the US through our greatest crisis
and in doing so, he would end slavery
& preserve a union of, by & for the people.

Another, also born 200 years ago today,
used science to challenge convention
and sparked an "Evolution" in how humans
understand our place in the world.

Now, in Congress, courtrooms & community groups,
two centuries later, conservatives still fight
against democracy & against science at every turn.

The Right-wing isn't just old-fashion --
they are 200 years behind the times.

And today, Abraham Lincoln & Charles Darwin
would, without a doubt, be called Liberals
(tho' maybe too extreme for the Democratic Party...)

Happy 200th Birthday, Abe & Chuck!

Raise a glass to these two great Liberals
& their revolutionary & evolutionary ideas
as your share a pitcher & share the night
at your local progressive social club

DRINKING LIBERALLY
Tonight - and every Thursday
7:30pm onward
Rudy's - 9th btw 44th & 45th
[in the bar's back booths]
Questions: [email protected]

CELEBRATE Presidents Day by becoming
a Card-Carrying Liberal with THE LIBERAL CARD
http://www.theliberalcard.org

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

Monday, Feb 16th - 7:25
Screening Liberally Oscar Night: Frost/Nixon
AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 (1998 Broadway)
How better to celebrate Presidents Day
than with Richard Nixon?
Join other Liberal Movie-Lovers for a night out
to see the Oscar-nominated film & for drinks after.
(Purchase your own tix & meet outside the theater)
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Oscar-Watch-FrostNixon
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Wednesday, Feb 18th - 7:30
Laughing Liberally Lab
A line-up of liberal comedians prove
that even with Bush gone, the laughter lives on.
The Tank - 354 West 45th St btw 8th & 9th
www.thetanknyc.org
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Wednesday, Feb 18th - 6:30
READING LIBERALLY NYC
The Grisly Pear (107 MacDougal Street)
Join the conversation of this month's pick:
The Conscience of a Liberal by Paul Krugman
(whether you've read it or not, you're welcome!)
http://livingliberally.org/reading/chapters/NY/nycclassics
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Sunday, Feb 22nd - Save the Date
Screening Liberally Oscar Night
Details TBA

Thinking Liberally: Tuesday's Conversation on our Next Big Change Moment

Dear Liberals -

We often drink together.
Now, we invite you to think together.

On this Tuesday, February 10th, we invite you
to a forum on America's "Next Big Change Moment,"
a conversation among some of our movement's
boldest organizers and institution-builders.

- Eli Pariser, MoveOn.org
- Gara LaMarche, Atlantic Phlianthropies
- Mike Lux, author of "The Progressive Revolution"
- Moderated by Laura Flanders, GRITtv & Air America
presented by Living Liberally & The Progressive Book Club

Tuesday, Feb 10th
6:30 doors; 7pm conversation; 8:30 reception
The Tank - 354 West 45th Street
www.thetanknyc.org
Tix: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/54995

What will be America's next progressive revolution? Since our country's founding, it has been progressive momentum that created a social safety net and ended slavery, that enfranchised voters and protected the environment. Coming out of years of conservative governance, and facing overwhelming economic, international and environmental problems, can we even hope for a next "big change moment" in America?

Join imaginative and instrumental leaders in the progressive movement for a roundtable discussion of America's past progressive revolutions, and what it will take to get to the next one.

From funding the movement to learning what needs to be done online to overcoming the problems that plague cooperative work, this discussion will help progressive activists strategize on how we make the next several years into a time of major progressive change.

This event celebrates the publication of "The Progressive Revolution" by Mike Lux, and continues the discussion laid out in the book. The book will be available for sale at the event, or you can reserve your copy with your admission at a discount ($25 ticket includes admission and a copy of the book.)

$10 general admission in advance; $15 at the door;
$25 in advance: ticket & a copy of The Progressive Revolution

Reserve now: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/54995
Questions? - [email protected]

Conservatives in the Minority: Still Scary, Now More Cartoonish

The GOP objected that the stimulus included
investment in anti-STD public health efforts.
So, the GOP is anti-job and pro-venereal disease.

Corporation cronies complain about capped salaries
for CEOs that lost so much they went on corporate welfare.
So, they're pro hand-outs, but anti corporate-welfare-reform.

And right-wingers still opposed children's healthcare
...because it's not enough to be against a healthy economy,
they also want to stand strong against healthy children.

You'd think losing power would temper Conservatives.
But they've stayed true and remained just as sinister:
only they used to be scary...now they're more cartoonish.

I guess that's better...

Come share your disbelief as your share a drink,
and raise ideas as you raise your liberal libation
at your local progressive social club.

DRINKING LIBERALLY
Tonight - and every Thursday
7:30pm onward
Rudy's - 9th btw 44th & 45th
[in the back booths of the bar]
questions: [email protected]

Special Event Next Tuesday, Feb 22nd!
CREATING BIG CHANGE MOMENTS with Laura Flanders,
Gara LaMarche, Eli Pariser & Mike Lux

What will be America's next moment of progressive transformation, and what do we need to do to prepare the way. A discussion with Gara LaMarche, President and CEO of Atlantic Philanthropies; Eli Pariser, Executive Director of MoveOn.org; Mike Lux, President of Progressive Strategies, L.L.C; moderated by Laura Flanders of GRITtv and Air America.

The Tank - 354 West 45th St - thetanknyc.org
6:30 doors; 7pm conversation; 8:30 reception
$10 advance' $15 at door; $25 admission + book,
a copy of Lux's "The Progressive Revolution"
Tix: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/54995
More details at:
livingliberally.org/drinking/event/Creating-Big-Change-Moments

More Upcoming Events:

Friday, Feb 6th - 7pm
Screening Liberally group outing to:
THE DAY THE EARTH CAUGHT FIRE
part of the Classic Science Fiction series
at the New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street (@ Central Park West)
Price: $5 suggested donation – includes snacks
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Classic-Science-Fiction-Day-E...

A Cold War era film about international tensions,
climate change, water shortages, nuclear threats
& other topics that we've overcome by today.

To meet up with other Screening Liberally members,
find the Screening Liberally sign in the lobby
10 minutes before the film
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Wednesday, Feb 11th - 7pm
Screening Liberally outing to the documentary:
The Price of Pleasure: Pornography, Sexuality & Relationships
followed by Q&A with the director.
The Brecht Forum - 451 West Street
(between Bank & Bethune Streets)
Sliding scale: $6 min
Details at: http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Documentary-Price-Pleasure-Po...
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Monday, Feb 16th - 7pm (exact time TBA)
Screening Liberally Oscar Night: Frost/Nixon
How better to celebrate Presidents Day
than with Richard Nixon?
Join other Liberal Movie-Lovers for a night out
to see the Oscar-nominated film & for drinks after.
Time and place TBA.
http://livingliberally.org/screening/event/Oscar-Watch-FrostNixon
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Wednesday, Feb 18th - 7:30
Laughing Liberally Lab
A line-up of liberal comedians prove
that even with Bush gone, the laughter lives on.
The Tank - 354 West 45th St btw 8th & 9th
www.thetanknyc.org
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Sunday, Feb 22nd - Save the Date
Screening Liberally Oscar Night
Details TBA