And before that (indeed, tomorrow night, Thur. 10/27 from 6-9pm), Steve’s girlfriend, Ellie Hanlon, is organizing a little riverfront exploration in the form of the Gowanus Dredgers Canoe Club with food, music, art, prizes, and even moonlight canoeing, for $25 if you order tonight and $40 day-of: http://www.gowanuscanal.org
I won’t be able to attend the canoeing because of yet another swell event tomorrow (Thur. 6:30pm sharp), the Smith Family Foundation’s debate (at CUNY Grad Center, 34th and 5th) over the Hollywood communists of old, with the Nation’s Victor Navasky defending and my left-leaning friend Daniel Radosh’s more conservative dad, Ronald Radosh, attacking.
But if secret urban areas, Brooklyn canals, and Hollywood aren’t enough to expand your horizons, you can find a link to my third and final piece about New Orleans — and a link to info on my impending two-day gig in Vegas — in this recent article:
And again, to get the most out of your travels to any city, please hear Steve Duncan at Jinx on Nov. 2.
(NOTE: The above was sent as a mass e-mail in the days prior to the debate and was posted on this blog retroactively in April 2007. Click here for other Debates at Lolita Bar.)