Tag: Shira Erlichman

Cantab Feature for Wednesday, October 9, 2019: Shira Erlichman

Shira Erlichman, author of Odes to Lithium. Photo by Hieu Minh Nguyen.

Odes to Lithium author Shira Erlichman.

Cantab Recap for Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Like any open mic, the Boston Poetry Slam offers an unscripted, uncensored, unexpected artistic experience, with all of the surprise of starting conversations with people you’ve never met. With all the possible variables, it’s great to be able to count on one thing around here: Tim is coming up soon, and he is going to …

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Tips from the Bar: Happy New Bonus Shira Erlichman Prompt

Tips from the Bar

Adam Stone offers two prompts for your extra week off between now and then ext show.

#1: Name a New Year’s Resolution you’re glad you didn’t keep.

#2: Describe the Yankee swap gag gift to end all Yankee swap gag gifts. Shira E’s historical example: a single ticket, complete with round-trip airfare, to …

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Tips from the Bar: A Shira Erlichman Prompt

Tips from the Bar

Consider five questions you would like to ask of your higher power.

Ask those questions of yourself.

Answer them.

Radio Recap for Monday, August 27

We said goodbye to our little weekly show at Radio bar in Union this week… But we’ll be saying hello to the Davis Square Theatre for the monthly Encyclopedia Show: Somerville, starting with a show about BEARS on Monday, September 3!

Radio Features for Monday, August 27: Angel Nafis and Shira Erlichman

Dirt choir members Angel Nafis (from Ann Arbor) and Shira Erlichman (from Boston) are making so much artistic noise in NYC that we can hear them up and down the Charles! Get excited: these incredibly talented poets are coming for a double feature, along with Shira’s ukelele and a whole lotta good vibes. This will be our last show at Radio. Stay tuned for details on the monthly Monday Encyclopedia Show!

Radio Recap for Monday, August 21

Comedy! Poetry! Poetry! Comedy! We like to mix it up at New & Improved, so naturally we brought a poetry magazine editor and a nationally acclaimed comic together for last night’s show. Stevie Edwards and Joe Wong rocked it out (figuratively speaking) last night at Radio, following up on a great mix of comics and …

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