Quick Dish NY: Make This Day Extra Special with ON THIS DAY Tonight at Caveat
I guess I’m making memories as I write this post. Dear keystrokes, we had such good times together. I’ll miss you so much. Sniffle. I promise the stories will get MUCH better TONIGHT as ON THIS DAY jumps on the nostalgia train for an evening of Facebook memories and Timehop visual reminders. Your hosts Angel Yau and Ross Brunetti will bring you those historical and pop culture events that made this day truly significant. Like did you know Nobel prize winning Dutch physicist who invented the phase-contract miscroscope was born on this day? Yeah, on this very day Chicago’s Millennium Park was opened to the public? AND, in 1945, The Mahattan Project pulled off the Trinity Test, the first detonation of a nuclear weapon. Oh, the last one may need some time machine manipulation. In addition to learning about things you might have forgotten about, you’ll learn about the personal memories and stories that either put the icing on the cake for July 16th or made it a poo sandwich. Your guests this month at Caveat include
Nathan Min (Jimmy Fallon)
Carly Hoodgendyk (An Inconvenient Talk Show)
Dan Silver (MTV)
Catherine Chao (Ad Council)
Nicole Sylianteng (To Park or Not to Park)
Will their social media activity come back to haunt them? Only one way to find out! Happy pointing and giggling!
Mentions: Doors: 9:00pm Start: 9:30pm- 11pm. Tickets $10 in adv, $12 at door. Caveat is located at 21 A Clinton St. (btwn Stanton and E Houston). Photos by: Arin Sang-urai.