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The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus Presents: Brooklyn AbridgedMay 30 - June 9atThe Connelly Theater220 E 4th St, New York, NY...
05/27/2019
Bindlestiff Family Cirkus: Brooklyn Abridged

The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus Presents:
Brooklyn Abridged

May 30 - June 9
at
The Connelly Theater
220 E 4th St, New York, NY 10009
(Between Avenue A & Avenue B)

$30 Advance General Admission || $35 At the Door

The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, New York City's acclaimed variety arts ensemble, returns to the Connelly Theater with Brooklyn Abridged. This all-new production combines history, humor, and heart with an eclectic cast and crew showcasing circus artistry, original live music, and live analog projections into intertwined vignettes that tell the story of Brooklyn and the citizens who live, work, and play there. In this highly stylized visual and aural journey through the beautiful borough of Brooklyn, characters showcase their individual artistry in the setting of some of the borough’s most iconic landmarks. The New York Times has said of the Bindlestiffs, "There are certain things that make New York City so incredibly special. And this is one of them."

This production is directed, designed, and written by David Gallo Design, which creates innovative visual storytelling for Broadway plays and musicals, network television, arena concerts, large-scale immersive entertainment, and all kinds of live events. Founder David Gallo's work has been recognized with one Tony award, two Emmy awards, an Obie Award for Continued Excellence, and many other honors. Brooklyn Abridged features cast members Cassady Rose Bonjo, Angela Butch, Yoni Kallai, Esther de Monteflores, Ermiyas Muluken, Kenneth Stephen Neil, and Keith Nelson with live projection performances by Viveca Gardiner, Amelia Modlin, and David Gallo. The production was written, directed and designed by David Gallo Design. Music composed by Sxip Shirey and performed by Sxip Shirey and Nathan Repasz, sound design by Kris Anton, and lead roustabout Logan Kerr.

Tickets: http://brooklynabridged.eventbrite.com

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Bindlestiff Family Cirkus presents Brooklyn Abridged, a highly stylized visual and aural journey through the beautiful borough of Brooklyn, where citizens, civil servants, and visitors showcase individual artistry set against iconic landmarks. Combining history, humor, and heart, this unusual ensemb...

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Until now, no one has ever written a book about how the secret grand jury system works in this country from the inside—f...
04/16/2018

Until now, no one has ever written a book about how the secret grand jury system works in this country from the inside—from the point of view of a grand juror. The Trial Before the Trial is that insider’s expose. Ernest Larsen served nine days on a special narcotics grand jury in Manhattan before being forced off—at the insistence of the district attorney—and accused of contempt of court. Why? Because day after day he kept trying to halt what he saw as the exercise of racialized injustice. This book, at once ironic and angry, written in the form of a nonfiction novel, brings to light what really happens on a grand jury, a factual story that takes place just a few months before the events in Ferguson, Missouri and the rise of Black Lives Matter.

“For years, now, Autonomedia has published some of the most provocative political thinking we’ve seen from a small press. The Trial Before the Trial is right in there with the best and most interesting.” — Samuel R. Delany

"Richard Pryor said when he went to court seeking justice what he found was ‘just us.’ Forty years later Ernie Larsen again has found ‘just us.’ Through his extraordinary observations that are fascinating, engaging, troubling, really funny and a whole lot more, Larsen finds a broken system of justice that discourages curiosity and defies common sense and reason. Unfortunately, what is revealed is not shocking but the changing same: the tragic dimensions of justice. Larsen finds himself in a conundrum. While he cannot sit in judgment of his fellow human beings, he can judge a system that was meant to protect and serve." — Carrie Mae Weems

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Please join Autonomedia and the Aaron Burr Society for an event celebrating the publication of "Wall Street in Black and...
03/23/2018

Please join Autonomedia and the Aaron Burr Society for an event celebrating the publication of "Wall Street in Black and White: Fotos and Text of an Occupier," with Jim Costanzo, at Bluestockings Bookstore, 129 Allen Street, Manhattan, on Monday night, March 26, 2018 at 7PM.

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12/03/2017

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Join us at Bluestockings!Book launch: No Blood for Oil!: Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War with George Caffentzi...
11/02/2017

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Book launch: No Blood for Oil!: Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War with George Caffentzis

Tuesday, Nov 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

“No Blood For Oil!” is a book of more than twenty essays written between 1998 and 2016 that uses Marxist concepts (some old, some new) to answer many political questions posed by that modern Sphinx, the global oil industry: These questions range from “why did the 9/11 massacre occur when and where it did?” to “Why has the boom in fracking occurred when and where it did?”

Join us at Bluestockings!Book launch: No Blood for Oil!: Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War with George Caffentzi...
11/01/2017

Join us at Bluestockings!

Book launch: No Blood for Oil!: Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War with George Caffentzis
Tuesday, Nov 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

“No Blood For Oil!” is a book of more than twenty essays written between 1998 and 2016 that uses Marxist concepts (some old, some new) to answer many political questions posed by that modern Sphinx, the global oil industry: These questions range from “why did the 9/11 massacre occur when and where it did?” to “Why has the boom in fracking occurred when and where it did?”

Join us at Bluestockings!Book launch: No Blood for Oil!: Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War with George Caffentzi...
11/01/2017

Join us at Bluestockings!

Book launch: No Blood for Oil!: Essays on Energy, Class Struggle, and War with George Caffentzis
Tuesday,Nov 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
“No Blood For Oil!” is a book of more than twenty essays written between 1998 and 2016 that uses Marxist concepts (some old, some new) to answer many political questions posed by that modern Sphinx, the global oil industry: These questions range from “why did the 9/11 massacre occur when and where it did?” to “Why has the boom in fracking occurred when and where it did?”

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10/19/2017

Our 26th annual wall calendar of radical heroes is now shipping! Buy two, get one free!

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Three upcoming events in New York City, March 1-3, 2016, in conjunction with the publication of the new Autonomedia titl...
02/21/2016

Three upcoming events in New York City, March 1-3, 2016, in conjunction with the publication of the new Autonomedia title, To Dare Imagining: Rojava Revolution.

The Power of Neighborhood and the CommonsA talk by p.m. about his new Autonomedia bookThursday, April 23rd, 7:30 PMat Br...
04/17/2015

The Power of Neighborhood and the Commons
A talk by p.m. about his new Autonomedia book
Thursday, April 23rd, 7:30 PM
at Brooklyn Commons
388 Atlantic Avenue
Brookyn, NY 11217

The anonymous, autonomous Zurich-based author of "bolo’bolo" and "Akiba" offers a new practical proposal for reshaping the future, based on this prognosis of the present:

“Our economic system is stumbling from one collapse to the next…Our system is fundamentally flawed and destabilized by internal contradictions. To point out one of them: INCOME can only be generated by work, but work is getting scarce at the moment and will become even scarcer in the future. Thus the “purchasing power” that capital needs to realize value is strangulated by itself. These contradictions are being deferred into the future by financial manipulations…The metaphor of the train racing towards an abyss and the need to pull the emergency brake must spring to mind. Since the braking distance has meanwhile become longer than the distance to the abyss, we have to think in terms of parachutes.’’

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388 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

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Book Party for Capital’s Greek Cage at Bluestockings, 172 Allen Street, NYC, Sunday | April 6 | 7 pmWith Clandestina, Er...
04/04/2014

Book Party for Capital’s Greek Cage at Bluestockings, 172 Allen Street, NYC, Sunday | April 6 | 7 pm
With Clandestina, Ernest Larsen, Sherry Millner, and George Caffentzis
Join us to discuss essays from four contributors on the financial crisis in Greece. “If we are to understand molecular biopolitics then we must see it working in the participatory mechanism of fascism and today’s fascism from below… Führers and inspired leaders do not seem to be important anymore — the small fascist icons can be as many and as interchangeable as sitcom actors and second-rate soccer champions. Participation is virtual — but killing can be real; you can order a gun with the click of a mouse, but the bullet can blow you to pieces.’’ — Clandestina

Bonny Finberg, "Kali’s Day," and Jill Rapaport, "Duchamp et Moi," ReadingBluestockings, 172 Allen Street, New York City,...
03/19/2014

Bonny Finberg, "Kali’s Day," and Jill Rapaport, "Duchamp et Moi," Reading
Bluestockings, 172 Allen Street, New York City, 7 PM, March 28, 2014

New Fiction from NYC Downtown Voices
With Bonny Finberg and Jill S. Rapaport

Join Bluestockings for an evening of fiction traversing the literary stomping grounds from New York City to Paris, Kathmandu, and beyond, with two of New York’s sharpest, funniest, and most evocative downtown writers, Bonny Finberg and Jill S. Rapaport, each reading from their new books. In Kali’s Day, a dysfunctional Manhattan family–cross-dressing father, pot-dealing stepmother, and thrill-seeking, graffiti-artist daughter–go on a trip to Nepal, where they take different spiritual paths, some leading to insanity and prison, others to sainthood. Jill S. Rapaport’s debut collection, Duchamp et Moi and Other Stories, a tour-de-force of short fiction, dealing with subjects from jobs (held and hated as well as sought and fantasized about) to the varieties of affection, figuring among them the complexities of the family and those of relationships with men.

Please join Autonomedia editor Jordan Zinovich at Bluestockings on Thursday night for this book party!
01/20/2014

Please join Autonomedia editor Jordan Zinovich at Bluestockings on Thursday night for this book party!

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Zen Cart! In Letters of Fire and Blood [978-1-60486-335-2] - In Letters of Fire and Blood Work, Machines, and the Crisis of Capitalism George Caffentzis Karl Marx wrote that the only way to write about the origins of capitalism in the 16th century is in the letters of blood and fire used to drive wo...

Autonomedia announces the publication of Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Cor...
10/21/2011

Autonomedia announces the publication of Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power, and Structural Poverty, a new collection of left wing pro-market, anticapitalist anarchist writing, edited by Gary Chartier & Charles W. Johnson.

Individualist anarchists believe in mutual exchange, not economic privilege. They believe in freed markets, not capitalism. They defend a distinctive response to the challenges of ending global capitalism and achieving social justice: eliminate the political privileges that prop up capitalists.

Massive concentrations of wealth, rigid economic hierarchies, and unsustainable modes of production are not the results of the market form, but of markets deformed and rigged by a network of state-secured controls and privileges to the business class. Markets Not Capitalism explores the gap between radically freed markets and the capitalist-controlled markets that prevail today. It explains how liberating market exchange from state capitalist privilege can abolish structural poverty, help working people take control over the conditions of their labor, and redistribute wealth and social power.

Featuring discussions of socialism, capitalism, markets, ownership, labor struggle, grassroots privatization, intellectual property, health care, racism, sexism, and environmental issues, this unique collection brings together classic essays by leading figures in the anarchist tradition, including Proudhon and Voltairine de Cleyre, and such contemporary innovators as Kevin Carson and Roderick Long. It introduces an eye-opening approach to radical social thought, rooted equally in libertarian socialism and market anarchism.

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