NYC Indypendent Holiday Party Monday, December 15th

A bit of late notice but come on out… It’s a Monday and the perfect ‘thing’ to do. Gain some holiday spirit… Support Independent Grassroots Media and have fun!

Monday, December 15th, 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture

53 Prospect Park West (between 1st and 2nd Streets), Park Slope, Brooklyn

Music, Food, Cheap Drinks! $5-$20 Sliding Scale.

The Indypendent is out there covering the issues the local NYC media traditionally avoids or neglects to mention. Support its efforts at the paper’s holiday party this year! At the beautiful Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture in Park Slope. Live Music by the Improvised Explosive Devices! Let’s celebrate a memorable year.

Details from the Indypendent: “The Indypendent made many strides in 2008 thanks to the generosity of readers, contributors and supporters. We printed hundreds of thousands of copies full of hard-hitting, insightful reporting, and our work paid off when the Indy, for the fifth time, won the most awards from the Independent Press Association for reporting, photography and design. We also had a successful benefit “The 2008 Election: What’s Really At Stake?” featuring Naomi Klein, Jeremy Scahill, Roberto Lovato, Laura Flanders, and Malia Lazu at the Cooper Union, and editor Jessica Lee received an award for one of the top ten finalists in Project Censored.”

Subways: 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza, B,Q to 7th Ave. or: F train to 7th Avenue, exit 8th Ave.