The first edition of Adult Education
was a huge success. Thanks to anyone from Brooklynian that was a part of it.
Tomorrow night, Adult Ed is back with "Animals and Sin." Time Out New York has named us a critic's pick and highlighted the show in the "Best by Day" box in the Around Town section for Tuesday.
The Onion AV Club said "Adult Education ... manages to be informative and thoroughly entertaining."
This month's show features:
Mikki Halpin: Sexual Violence in the Domestic Pug
Jeffrey Kastner: A Brief History of Animals on Trial
Carrie McLaren: The Legacy of W. N. Kellogg's The Ape and the Child
Charles Star: The Quest for Kosher Bacon AND The Animal Kinkdom
http://stayfreemagazine.org » Stay Free! magazine[/url] Presents
Adult Education: Animals and Sin
Union St. & 5th Ave., Park Slope
Hosted by Charles Star
MIKKI HALPIN is a freelance writer in Brooklyn. The author of three books, she writes about politics, culture, and human nature for magazines like Glamour, Health, Black Book, and Modern Painter.
JEFFREY KASTNER is senior editor at Cabinet magazine
and a New York-based critic and journalist who writes on art and culture for publications including Artforum and the New York Times.
CARRIE McLAREN is the editor of Stay Free! magazine, a Brooklyn blogger
, and founder of Monkeywire
. Her writing has appeared in SPIN, Village Voice, Newsday, Mother Jones, TONY, and other publications.
CHARLES STAR is a stand-up comedian who has written for Onion Network News, Modern Humorist and Stay Free! magazine. He hosts the monthly comedy series Pant-Hoot at Magnetic Field
on the third Tuesday of the month.