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Homebrew Website Club Baltimore Meetup 11/30/2016

Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center Baltimore, MD

I am going to Homebrew Website ClubBaltimore on 11/30!

Join us to work on your own website and take control over what you post online!

Thanks to Blue and Zizwe for giving us something to be thankful for in this week’s We Have to Ask Podcast!

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What Are You Thankful For? • Ep 83 - Blue and Paul

Please join me in welcoming a new episode of the Baltimore Improv Group podcast into the world!

This episode features Michael Harris and Joel Murphy interviewing “DC/Baltimore improv giant” John Windmueller.

This episode also includes improv scenes featuring BIG performers Bridget Cavaiola, Laura Davis, Jessica Myles Henkin, David Anthony, Kelly Lloyd, Andy McIntyre, and Joel Murphy.

Give it a listen! Share it around! Laugh and love! Thanks in advance!

Thanks to our guest AJ McCombs for making this episode tasteful. Wait, did I say guest? I meant host, of course. Thanks to our guest Jonathan Monroe for making this episode salty.

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Is That in Good Taste? • Ep 22 - Tablespoon Packs

I encourage everyone to listen to @girlziplocked and join the Council for Human Decency.

Moving on from Tuesday

Like many folks, I was surprised and disappointed by the result of Tuesday's U.S. elections. I've been in a worried daze since then, not quite knowing how to process it and not knowing what to do next.

Thankfully there are many smarter people than me that have been able to both articulate the feelings that I could not, and give me strong ideas about how I can make the world a better place moving on from this.

Here are some pieces that I am grateful for from the last couple of days:

In trying to unpack what happened, I agreed with a lot of danah boyd's Reality check: I blame the media. However, I think we all need to look deeper at the ugly insides of the forces that try to hold back social progress. I really appreciated Damon Young's piece I Will Never Underestimate White People's Need to Preserve Whiteness Again.

Comedy site had two good pieces. First there is Dear White Friends: Stop Saying Everything Is Going To Be Ok. More importantly, the first Cracked article I have read that has me inspired rather than laughing or rolling my eyes: Don't Panic.

Closer to home in the sense that I know the author is Molly Regan's piece on, Poppin' Molly - Keep climbing that hill.

And speaking of climbing the hill, there are so many things that need to be done,  but there are a couple that jump out at me as things I can and must do right now.

Support organizations that work to make the world a better place. I like Jezebel's List of Pro-Women, Pro-Immigrant, Pro-Earth, Anti-Bigotry Organizations That Need Your Support for a start.

I must also stand with and stand up for the people in my life who, simply by being who they are, are threatened by the oppressive ideals that served as the GOP's platform.

To my friends and family who are women, LGBTQ, trans, people of color, profiled because of your religion, or in other ways Beyond the Binary - I am here for you. I will be here with you. Things are scary. I want to help.

Thanks for reading.

BIG's FREE Open Mic featuring Hostel

Single Carrot Theatre 2600 N Howard St, BaltimoreMD, 21218

This month Baltimore Improv Group is giving you double the Wednesday Open Mic action with a bonus Nov. 16th Open Mic night at Single Carrot Theatre, hosted by yours truly.

Bring your improv, sketch, or stand-up comedy! Put your name in for a chance to play in with BIG main-stage troupe Hostel, which is always open for guests.

Sign-ups begin at 7pm, show begins at 7:30pm, and it’s free to perform and free to watch. More info can be found on the BIG website here:

BIG's Laughs for Veterans Saturday Show

Single Carrot Theatre 2600 N Howard St, BaltimoreMD, 21218

This Saturday! 8pm! Single Carrot Theatre!

Come see my troupe Hostel perform along with the wonderful Minority Re’port and, all the way from NYC, Swartzlander!

Tickets available here!