The New Yorker Festival! The annual gathering of famous people and artists across film, television, fashion, food, and literature will be held from October 4th through October 6th at various venues throughout the city.
On Saturday the 5th, Billy Eichner, comedian and host of Funny or Die’s Billy On The Street, hosts An Evening With Funny Or Die, a program promising, “sketches, new comedy videos and surprises.”
Foodies will enjoy buy cialis delived fed ex a lunch on Sunday in the garden at Roberta’s–an acclaimed restaurant in Brooklyn–with chefs Amanda Cohen and Sean Rembold and others and listen to their thoughts on the rise of American food culture.
Also on Sunday, Morning at the Frick will be hosted by Peter Schjeldahl. For the sixth year, The New Yorker art critic will lead a tour of the museum before public hours begin, followed by coffee and conversation.
This sounds like fun: a live version of The New Yorker’s Cartoon Caption Contest. Cocktails will be served. (That should make it even more interesting, no?)
Aziz Ansari will screen his upcoming comedy special, Buried Alive, followed by a conversation between Ansari and the always-funny Andy Borowitz.
And of course, there will be a ton of talks: Musician Kim Gordon will speak with writer Alex Halberstadt (who recently profiled her in the magazine). Artist Marina Abramovic will have a sit-down with writer Judith Thurman. Director Noah Baumbach and actress Greta Gerwig will convene with staff writer Ian Parker.
Panels on journalism, physics, burlesque, espionage and whiskey are planned. Diverse enough for you?
Prices vary; you can purchase your tickets here.
So come stay with us in October and be both entertained and informed!
But for now, have a great weekend!