"Hollaback is a movement to end street harassment powered by a network of local activists around the world. We work together to better understand street harassment, to ignite public conversations, and to develop innovative strategies to ensure equal access to public spaces."
The Sidebar Open Mic is a comedy show open to comedic performers of all experience levels. The weekly show features everything from nationally touring professionals working on new material to novice performers attempting comedy for the first time. If you are interested in performing you can sign up at the Sidebar starting at 8pm on show days. The show starts around 8:30 and there is no cover charge for comedians or audience members.
The Infinity's Kitchen reading series is a monthly literary event designed to highlight the work of new and interesting writers from Baltimore and beyond. With its conversational banter and unusual antics, this is not your grandparents' literary event. This is not an open-mic event but submissions are open at:
Andrew Sargus Klein is a poet and improvisational artist based in Baltimore. He loves lapel flowers and ducks. His first chapbook, Bluemore, was recently published by Furniture Press Books.
Amanda McCormick is an outdoorswoman, print / book maker, and cook. She is the founding curator of Ink Press Productions in Baltimore where she likes to roam earth / field questions. Her first epic poem, & the green, will be released this summer.
Heather Rounds' debut novel "There" won the 2011 Emergency Press International Book Award and was published by the Press in 2013. She’s a co-founder of the roaming curatorial collective The Rotating History Project and currently lives in Baltimore.
Doors @ 8pm
Doors @ 9pm
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