380 Lafayette Street (at Great Jones Street)
New York City, New York 10003

Joe McGinty and friends are at it again, this time they take on the themes from the films of our favorite spy, James Bond. And trust us, these songs are in good hands, cause nobody does it better. $20, www.ticketweb.com

Added by gothamist on February 2, 2004



This is a great idea! I'd definitely come by if I were in SF. I don't have many drafts in WordPress, but there are lots of them in my head...


I was looking for a good excuse to check out the space anyway. Need to work on *my* stuff for a change!


Haha! Yeah - this seems like the kind of thing I should organize, actually :)


great idea! I won't make it but love the peer pressure, works for me every time.


Awesomeness. Might I also suggest a Facebook event if you haven't already made one?


I love the idea but can't make it to this one. Hopefully it goes well and you set up another. :)


Can't wait!


great idea Chris


this is a great idea. I need to get over my blog laziness...

Daniel Riveong

Great Idea! Plus, I'm planning on dropping by anyway!



Good blog drafts are like wine, they age to perfection as they sit and wait. Or more probably, they go bad as events and developments make their points unnecessary and yesterday's post. Have fun without me friends as I am still far far away.


I just had a look at the number of posts I've got in drafts... 162... That's just scary.

I obviously can't make it to Citizen Space, being in the wrong country and all, but I'll put some time aside this weekend to go through and cut out the irrelevant/old posts that will never see the light of day, and dig out the great ideas that should be turned into posts.


I'll email ahead to make sure space is available.


I've increased the guestlist to 20, so hopefully folks marked as attending mean it! ;)


I'll be wondering over from web 2.0 summit - anyone else walking over from the Palace and want some company?


I'll be there in spirit. Cannot make it in person unfortunately


Chris, I think you've hit on something here. It's like a mini-National Novel Writing Month. Should be a regular, cross-country event.