October 31: Eat Food, Wear Costumes, Make TV, Share Your Story

Categories Ithaca, Media

Join TruthSayers this Halloween, October 31, for another potluck, media-making session, and PARTY from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Tompkins County Workers Center.

Wear your favoritest costume, bring your bestest dish to share, and prepare to make some TV.

Vegan soup & bread will be provided, as well as anything else you pretty people want to bring.

If you have a story about finding and keeping a place to live in Ithaca’s SPOOOKY housing market, we’d love to talk to you on air. Whether you’re wearing your best Richard Nixon mask or not.

Television Event taping begins at 7:30 p.m. After taping 20 minutes or so of a conversation on how one finds and keeps a place to live in and around Ithaca, we’ll turn the cameras over to anyone else who might have a story about their living situation they want to tell straight into the camera.

Food will be available for all, all night. Perhaps we’ll do some apple bobbing, too, if someone can bring a vat. Bring instruments, too, if you’d like to join the TruthSayers TV band. Without rehearsal, the noise we make should be adequately dreadful to capture the spirit of the season.

If you’d like to join the event on Facebook for reminder purposes, here’s the link. Event is in downtown Ithaca at the Tompkins County Workers’ Center, 115 E. Martin Luther King/State Street/The Commons, above Autumn Leaves Bookstore.

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Josh Brokaw is an independent reporter based in Ithaca, N.Y.
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