It’s been a year since the publication of Green’s acclaimed The Fault in Our Stars. To mark the anniversary, Green and his brother will be performing at Carnegie Hall—and everyone is invited, via live streaming video! Find an event near your hometown and you won’t have to miss a second of it. Be sure to check your local event, as some are first come first serve (no tickets), and some require reservations.
You can also host your very own meetup, and watch the Vlogbrothers livestream with Nerdfighters near you! Register at tumblr.com/meetups/organize and include the phrase ‘John Green Meetup’ in the venue field to receive a special Tumblr Meetup kit, while supplies last. 15 lucky people who sign up for a meetup kit will come with extra goodies, including a signed copy of the exclusive poster above!
Updated post! We’ve added events from all across the country (even one event in Vietnam!) for the anniversary of The Fault in Our Stars! Check below for a live streaming or trivia (or both!) event near you. We will be adding to this list as we receive more details about new events, so check back!See full meetup schedule so far!
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AKA JOHNNY TECH
John (희택) Chae was born in Boulder, Colorado but grew up in Seoul, Korea. He studied painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art. His blood type is B, but he’s not sure whether it’s B+ or B-. (Above: New Levels.)
Chicago Public Library
Since first opening its doors to the public in 1873, the Chicago Public Library has provided all Chicagoans with a free and open place to gather, learn, read, and be transformed.
International Center of Photography
A world-class museum and school dedicated to exploring the possibilities of the photographic medium through dynamic exhibitions and educational programs.
Recipes and guides for foods shown and made in anime, as well as characters’ favorite dishes.
Dedicated to everything gaming.
For more updates on what’s new, check the official New & Notable blog!
“His best works are able to catch the viewer immediately but, at the same time, provoke the viewer to search for more information below the surface,” Ferdinand Brueggemann of Galerie Priska Pasquer, in Cologne, tells Jessie Wender of photographer Shomei Tomatsu, who died at age 82 in Okinawa this past December.
Continue reading about the artist: http://nyr.kr/11xQuGD