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Saturday, August 24: That’s racist


Tackling everyday subject matter from politics to entertainment, W. Kamau Bell and the writers of his show “Totally Biased” share their insights on race, gender, and sex – while managing to be really funny. Check them out live after a day of music at the AfroPunk festival.
8:30 pm at Free Candy (905 Atlantic Ave. 2nd floor between Waverly and Washington avenues, freecandy.tv) $15.

Monday, August 26: Testing stories


Join affable comedian Mike Birbiglia for an informal evening of jokes. He’s going to comedy clubs in Denver, Cincinnati, and Nashville soon to put the finishing touches on his latest show, so catch him in Brooklyn in the very popular “Working It Out.”
8 pm at Union Hall [702 Union St. at Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, (718) 638–4400, www.unionhallny.com]. $20.

Thursday, August 29: Book deleting


An author who has a penchant for fun and experimental literature, Dolan Morgan wrote a book and now he’s going to erase it from existence. Go see several authors present the last reading of the book “Google Place Reviews,” a collection of Morgan’s musings on places he’s never visited.
7 pm at Word Bookstore [126 Franklin St. at Milton Street in Greenpoint, (718) 383–0096, www.wordbrooklyn.com]. Free.

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Merlyn C from Sunset Park says:
I would also like information on current event in my Neighborhood
Thank you
Aug. 19, 2013, 8:30 am

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