This incredible podcast features comedian/musician/writer/actor/artist/man-about-town/thinking man Dave Hill sitting down and having a delightful conversation with various notable people, including but not limited to fellow comedians, musicians, actors, authors, supermodels, convicts and whoever else he can talk into it.
The surgery bandages are off and Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is back in reasonably full-force with Episdode 82. This time around, I travel all the way to Oslo, Norway to sit down with metal legend, music aficionado, and all-around awesome dude Fenriz from Norwegian Black Metal Legends Darkthrone. Pull up a chair as Fenriz and I discuss everything from old school metal to Breaking Bad to Arrested Development to his killer Band of the Week project and beyond (including Captain Beyond). For more information on this podcast and other Dave-related topics, please visit www.davehillonline.com. Also, follow me on Twitter at @mrdavehill for important dispatches of note. Thanks. These are my demands.
Village residents Dave, Parker Posey, Jane Curtin, and others read fiction set in the Village alongside excerpts from a new anthology curated by Judith Stonehill for the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. Penny Arcade, Simon Doonan, Ralph Lee, Isaac Mizrahi, and other contributors from the book will read their vignettes of self-discovery, lost love, and cultural history.
Featuring Dave, NYC Smiths tribute band The Sons and Heirs, Rob Sheffield (Rolling Stone) and DJ Ceremony. Advance tix $12, $15 ar the door, which opens at 8 p.m.
Join Seth Olenick, Janeane Garofalo, and Dave for a special comedy night, in honor of Olenick's newly published collection, Funny Business.
Dave joins Joe for the self-explanatory reason described in the event's name. Doors open at 7:30 and are $8.
With Shitty Pixies and Barefoot Walking. THe show begins at 8 p.m., but Valley Lodge should hit the stage around 9 p.m.
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