Tuesday, January 23, 2007

The Way Forward: The Neighborhood Watch

Friends don't let friends watch alone--the State of the Union Address, that is. Sure it's depressing, but if you skip it, what will you talk about at the water cooler tomorrow? Because this shit preempts all of your regularly scheduled programming, eefers has taken the liberty of rounding up a few of tonight's State of the Union watch parties for you. I know there will be beer at at least two, and solidarity at all three. Note that the parties start at different times but the address begins at 9.

BROOKLYN


Park Slope Drinking Liberally & Commonwealth Bar invite you to their Third Annual State of the Union Watch Party
8:30 p.m.
Commonwealth Bar
5th Avenue at 12th Street, Brooklyn
Take the R or F to 4th Ave/9th Street

MANHATTAN

Democracy for NYC, ACT NOW and Drinking Liberally host a night of cheers, jeers, and beers (and other drinks)
8PM - 11PM
The Irish Rogue, private room upstairs
346 W 44th St (b/w 8th and 9th Aves)
RSVP

Demos, GenerationEngage and Metro New York invite you to
THE STATE OF OUR UNION, 2007 A COMMUNITY DISCUSSION & SCREENING OF THE PRESIDENT’S SPEECH
with discussion led by Mr. Ted Sorensen, Speechwriter and Special Counsel to President Kennedy and Mr. Bill Safire, Speechwriter to Presidents Nixon, Columnist
7:00 PM: Doors open; food and refreshments served
7:30 PM: Community Q&A with Mr. Sorensen and Mr. Safire
9:00 PM: Live screening of the President’s State of the Union Address
Marble Collegiate Church, Fifth Avenue at 29th Street
NOTE: There is no fee to attend this event. All are welcome, but RSVP is required to Jason@GenerationEngage.org with names and e-mail addresses for you and all your guests.

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