The 20th Annual Independent and Small Press Book Fair will be Saturday, December 1st and Sunday, December 2nd, at the New York Center for Independent Publishing (an educational program of The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen), at 20 West 44th Street in New York City. As always, it's free. ...
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From the NYC Anarchists discussion list:
Celebrate Early at the
4th Annual Really Really Free Market
St. Mark's Church on Sunday, October 28th
between noon and 5 p.m.!
Order IndyKids for your public school library! IndyKids has been added to the list of vendors that New York City public school librarians can order for their students.
Since this is the Lower East Side Librarian blog, I feel obligated to announce this event about the history of radicals in the 'hood.
LIBERTARIAN BOOK CLUB / ANARCHIST FORUM: The History of Radical Resistance on the LES.
Tuesday, October 9, at 7:30pm
The Living Theatre, 21 Clinton Street, Manhattan
(just south of Houston St.) ...
Just when you thought it was safe to ride your bike again...
After a few months of riding free, Critical Mass NYC was once again harassed by the police last night. I was very nearly arrested and in the end given a ticket (for not riding in a bike lane--that wasn't there). The arrest threat was due to my not having ID. I'd left my wallet home by mistake. Seriously. ...
Literary Magazines Go Electronic: Now Where’s the Print Edition in the Library? National Book Critics Circle panel at Housing Works Thursday, September 13 at 7p.
126 Crosby Street, between Houston & Prince.
A friend asked me if I could help out with an IWW leafleting campaign. Since I'm too damned busy with other projects I declined but offered instead to help publicize the effort.
Putting in just one night a month can be a great act of solidarity with working people here in New York. The NYC Industrial Workers of the World is asking all members and supporters to put in 2 hours a month to help support the 460 warehouse workers campaign.