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You know who's funny? Internet commenters. And amongst the funniest, perhaps, are those who write product reviews. In those typed lines—residing next to copious ads and digital junk at the bottom of a webpage—there is so much feeling, so much thought, so much effort. If only we tried this hard at everything in life! We'd all be rich and have less to complain about. You know who else is funny? Brooklyn-based comedian Lauren Maul. She is so funny! Few...
This Thursday, anyone who was only allowed to watch PBS as a child will have a field day at Heidi Vanderlee's screening of the first episode of Ghostwriter (followed by Ghostwriter trivia!) at Videology in Williamsburg. "Where are the strange messages coming from? What are the weird creatures Jamal saw? Who is the backpack thief, and what does THABTO mean?" That's the cryptic recap at the start of Ghostwriter, Episode 2, one of the best television shows ever . If you were allowed...
As people who live in Brooklyn, we are adept at spending a lot of time at coffee shops. We all have our favorite one: Maybe it's because the sandwiches are tasty, or the single origin coffee is on point, or the barista is hot, or it's miraculously empty and you can actually get some work done, or--despite having or being none of those things--it's close to your home and you're lazy, so you go there. Then there are those...
Calling all cartoon nerds: This Saturday, Williamsburg bar/screening room Videology hosts Twillerama Animation Anthology, showcasing the work of 19 New York City-based animators. The festival's 2-dimensional hosts--Jeff Twiller, a potbellied house painter/aspiring screenwriter, and Rod Holcomb, a security entrepreneur--are the animated creations of Morgan Miller, who started Twillerama last year. "Jeff Twiller's an imaginary friend, I guess," says Miller, who teaches animation at Pratt. "It's hard for me sometimes to believe he's not really my friend, since he feels like a...

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