Lexington High alum Eugene Mirman and Kristen Schaal, who were on an acclaimed HBO series together, will be doing standup together as well at the Wilbur Theatre later this month. Here, they interview each other, with predictably enjoyable results. Show info is after the jump.
You've got one last chance to see the fantastic ALIEN TRESPASS -- a 1950s drive-in screamer that just happens to have been made in the 21st century -- before it closes this week at the Kendall Square Theater. (The final screenings are on Thursday.) If Tom Meek's review didn't convince you to shell out a few clams to see this on the big screen, maybe this will.
The Big Moves dance troupe has long struck me as a fantastic thing. In a world where the fairly husky actor who plays Matt Parkman on Heroes is considered to be one of the better representatives in the theatrical community of a fat person, it is immensely satisfying that there are people out there who are encouraging rather than discouraging heavy people to act, dance, and sing in front of the public.
Harvey Silverglate, "The Sandbox Protector of Freedom," talks to FNX about Emerson's fishy student bill of rights. Read Silverglate's blog entries at The Free for All.
MP3: Harvey Silverglate's interview with FNX
Aviva Chomsky, author of this week's "The Dirty Story Behind Local Energy," makes a case against Colombian coal to FNX; and she may have even persuaded DJ... Maybe, she gets it from Noam Chomsky, dad/mega philosopher.
MP3: Aviva Chomsky's charged interview with FNX
Peter Kadzis talks to FNX about Cindy Sheehan here.
Read the original editorial "Say it ain't so, Cindy Sheehan: Plus, the turd's blossom has finally fallen off" here.