Did you ever see the movie Bad Santa? The one where Billy Bob Thornton has a penchant for sodomy and plus-sized women? Well, that’s not really anything to do with this article, I just happen to think it’s an amazing movie…
On December 12th, Santacon is descending on New York City. What is SantaCon you ask? It’s a not-for-profit, non-political, non-religious & non-logical Santa Claus convention, attended for absolutely no reason.
December is cold, dark and full of rain and snow. Why not flip the bird in December's face and go see some great shows? Here are some worth weathering the weather for.
Friday, Dec. 4: Land Of Talk with The Mean at Kung Fu Necktie, 8pm
This indie pop-rock group from Montreal is fantastic! They have been all over the blogosphere and rightfully so. The creatively unpolished and unique music of Land Of Talk is made up of frontwoman Elizabeth Powell, bassist Joe Yarmush and drummer Andrew Barr. Their sound is fun and intelligent. Don't miss out!
New Year's Eve is the perfect time of year to gather your family and friends and spend an evening together watching movies. Whether the classics are your style or you’d rather trek to the theater to watch the newest releases, watching a movie is a great way to spend quality time with your loved ones while welcoming in the New Year in New York.
If you’re getting together with the girls, pop open a bottle of wine and bring out the ice cream to watch “Bridget Jone’s Diary”. This romantic comedy staring Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth, follows a loveable but hopeless leading lady on her quest to keep her New Year’s resolution to write in her diary. Laugh and cry along with Bridget as she writes about her ridiculous family, friends, and love life.