Love nerd stuff?
In the midst of nerd love?
Just want a break from all the Hallmark Crap?
NERD LOVE is the perfect Valentine's Day event
NERD LOVE Monday February 14th @ 6 PM. Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher Street NYC
++We're starting at 6, so you still have time to go out to dinner or whatever other fancy VD stuff you want to do.
++And there will be special guests.
++And Cheryl B and Kelli Dunham will be recreating their first date as told by the bears in the xtranormal video.
++And there will be a NERD OFF with fabulous prizes. So come prepared to spend exactly a minute showing off the nerdiest thing you do. (We'll take the first 8 to sign up at the door).
Get your nerd ON!
Photo for the NERD LOVE flyer provided courtesy of the Amazing Syd London. (sydlondon.com)
ABOUT THE HEAD NERDS
Kelli Dunham lied about her age to get her first library card, has never been fully drunk, holds as one of her favorite childhood memories the moment she learned the word “juxtaposition: and listens to podcasts with such reckless abandon that she sometimes scares small children.
Her brand of fun and funny comedy storytelling has been called “hilarious and heart-rending” by Philadelphia's City Paper and “witty and compelling” by NYtheater.com. Her two comedy CDs “I am NOT a 12 Year Old Boy” and “Almost Pretty” are in regular rotation on Sirius Satellite Radio's Raw Dog Comedy Station. She has appeared on Showtime and the Discovery Channel and once—just once-- at a livestock auction. Her strangely illustrated blog When Gender Laughs, can be found at kellidunham.com/blog.
Cheryl B. spent much of her childhood reading the dictionary, eating lunch in the school library and reading her stream of consciousness prose to the family dog. These early experiences led her to a lucrative career in performance poetry and a well-honed sense of sarcasm. Her work has appeared in dozens of print and online publications and she has performed at numerous venues throughout the U.S. and abroad. She is the co-host of Sideshow: The Queer Literary Carnival and blogs at wtfcancerdiaries.com.