Posts Tagged by somerville
|March 1, 2015||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
It’s that time again! Your favorite local storytelling organization is nearing the end of its spectacular competitive season. That means the semifinals are right around the corner. The best tellers & stories of the year will be showcased all over the Boston / Camber-ville area as they compete for a place on the “Big Mouth-off” finals stage.
Once again I’m in the semis this year and I’d love for you to come check me out on Tuesday 3/24, 7p at Johnny D’s in Somerville MA (and maybe vote for me if you like what you hear…)
Tickets can be purchased HERE, watch out they’re going fast.
|October 3, 2014||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Hell yeah! A week from tomorrow (Friday 10/10/14 @7:30) come see some great entertainers hilariously celebrate & explore the contributions of black women and girls to sitcoms. Pam & Gina, Laura vs. Myra, the 2 moms on Fresh Prince, we’re doing it all! All the action goes down at Comicazi!!!!
|July 26, 2014||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Heyo, it has finally arrived! The tip-top final edition of my second zine is hot off the presses and coming to your favorite coffee shops/book stores/movie theaters/dumpsters/ & Improper Bostonian magazine racks all over the Boston-CamberVille area and beyond!
It certainly took a while but I’m very happy with how it came out (and if you got a version before this past Tuesday it has been updated & augmented)! This thing only exists because I dig collage and print culture, so as always it’s totally free. If you see a copy around and you’re into this sort of thing just help yourself. I’ll also have copies on me for the next few weeks so holler if you’re interested. Peace.
|March 23, 2014||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
From the 3/17/14 edition of The Encyclopedia Show Somerville. The theme of the show was “Explorers”. Throughout the evening we were gradually being “colonized” by representatives from The Encyclopedia Show Washington D.C. I was brought out to try and instill some cross-cultural understanding between the two camps, and I of course turned to the 1995 Disney film Pocahontas for inspiration. You can decide for yourselves on how effective you think it was.
P.S. My class chorus sang this song at an assembly in elementary school and my mom still talks about how the performance brought tears to her eyes. She’ll probably cry at this one too, for different reasons.
|January 28, 2014||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Proven: Matthew Lillard is the unacknowledged Dean of American Serial Killer Cinema.
Referenced: Ghoulies III, John Waters, Serial Mom, Wes Craven, Scream 2, The Silence of the Lambs, Duplicity, Aliases, Murder, Law & Order: SVU, Cereal, Count Chocula, Franken Berry, Mustaches.