New York City

Laughing Liberally - Tonight at 7:30pm

Whether you're laughing at the GOP efforts
to block all progress in Congress...

or laughing with President Obama,
who signed his stimulus into law...

or laughing to hide your nervousness
that we're about to escalate Afghanistan...

it's time to be LAUGHING LIBERALLY.

The LAUGHING LIBERALLY LAB
Tonight, Wed Feb 18th - 7:30pm
The Tank - 354 West 45th St btw 8th & 9th
Tix: $10 / $5 if you're on this list
www.thetanknyc.org

Featuring:
Scott Blakeman, Lee Camp, Harry Terjanian,
Negin Farsad, Myq Kaplan & Michael Hayne.

Questions? [email protected]

Upcoming Events:

Also tonight: READING LIBERALLY NYC - 6:30pm
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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Thursday, Feb 19th - 7:30
This week's regular gathering of DRINKING LIBERALLY
welcomes the Young Democrats of America
and marks the 300th Thursday of DL at Rudy's!
Rudy's - 9th btw 44th & 45th
Questions: [email protected]
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Sunday, February 22 - 8pm
Screening Liberally Oscars Party
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...
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Tuesday, Feb 24th
President Obama's Address
to the Joint Session of Congress
(not called the State of the Union, but...)
Location TBA
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And Tuedsay, March 3rd - 7:30
The next LAUGHING LIBERALLY LAB

Laughing In a New Administration

Happy New Administration!

Just because George Bush is gone,
doesn't mean the liberal laughter stops.

So join us this Wednesday, Feb 4th,
for the first Laughing Liberally of '09.

See how it feels to laugh out of joy
instead of out of masking the misery.

THE LAUGHING LIBERALLY LAB
Wed, Feb 4th - 7:30pm (note time!)
The Tank (note the new location!)
354 West 45th Street btw 8th & 9th
www.thetanknyc.org

Featuring LEE Camp, HARRY Terjanian,
KATIE Halper, MYQ Kaplan SCOTT Blakeman,
& the longest name in NYC comedy
COSTAKI Economopoulos.

Tix: $10 ($5 for list-members!)

And other things worth knowing:

Tues, Feb 10th - 7pm
Creating Big Change Moments
A conversation with Gara LaMarch, Eli Pariser, Mike Lux
Moderated by Laura Flanders
Tues, Feb 10th
6:30 Doors; 7pm Discussion; 8:30 Reception
Hosted by Living Liberally
and the Progressive Book Club
The Tank - 354 West 45th St
www.thetanknyc.org
Tix: $10 advance' $15 at door;
$25 included a copy of "The Progressive Revolution"

What will be America's next progressive revolution? After all, 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?

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ALSO:
The Young Democrats are coming to NYC.
Join the conference: Feb 20-22
http://www.yda.org/nyc

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And Screening Liberally is kicking off
weekly events in honor of Oscar season.
Stay tuned for further details at:
livingliberally.org/screening/chapters/NY/nyc

The first event will be Friday, Feb 6th @ 7pm:

ETHICS IN FILM: Classic Science Fiction -
"The Day the Earth Caught Fire"
at New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street (@ Central Park West)
Price: $5 suggested donation – includes snacks
Website: http://www.nysec.org/home/upcoming/up-ae-redirect/film-forum-ethics-in-f...

Email [email protected] for details.

Description: The NYSEC Film Forum returns with provocative and entertaining favorites from the Sci-Fi Way Back Machine. Each film is followed by a thought-provoking discussion of the ethical Issues in the film. Screenings will be held the first Friday of the month.