2537 Broadway
New York, New York 10025

The Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co. Spring 2006 Collection
An evening of readings, comedy, and superhero fashion to benefit
826NYC. The event includes new designs for superheroes by Zac Posen,
Marc Jacobs, Behnaz Sarafpour, Jack Spade, Rebecca Taylor, Built By
Wendy, and many more, modeled by Amy Sedaris, the Daily Show
correspondents Ed Helms, Samantha Bee, and Rob Corddry, along with Le
Tigre frontwoman Kathleen Hanna.If you are in the market for such
things, all costumes and heroic attire will be auctioned after the
event, during a private wine reception (see below for details).

Edna Mode, fashion designer from The Incredibles, will be giving her
predictions for the coming season, comedian Patton Oswalt appears in a
new short film of his making, Sarah Vowell relates her experiences of
being invisible, and John Hodgman, renowned expert on so many topics
(and author of the forthcoming The Areas of My Expertise) hosts. Music
and theme songs will be provided by The Hungry March Band.

This is a one of a kind event not to be missed.

Thursday, October 20th, 8pm.
Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway (at 95th St.)
Tickets are $25 and $75.
$75 tickets include priority seating and access to the silent auction
and wine reception, to be held after the event.
For tickets, call 212-864-5400 or go to www.symphonyspace.org.

We hope to see you all there.

Very best,


About 826NYC

826NYC is a nonprofit writing center designed to help students ages
6-18 develop their writing skills. We are dedicated to providing
students with free access to writing workshops, publishing projects,
and one-on-one help with homework and English language learning. All of
our programs are challenging and enjoyable, and ultimately strengthen
each student's power to express ideas effectively, creatively, and

Curious passersby and residents of Park Slope are familiar with the
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co., where superheroes and civilians alike
can purchase tights, masks, grappling hooks, secret identities, and
various related tools in the art of caped vigilantism. But even the
plainest superhero knows that things are not always as they seem.

Through the store's swinging bookcase lies the writing center, 826NYC,
where hundreds of volunteers teach students to write?and to love
writing. The writing center began offering free drop-in tutoring,
writing workshops, and field trips to New York City students in
September 2004. Since then, the organization has expanded its
innovative programming to include the Young Adult Writers' Colony, a
satellite tutoring center in partnership with the Brooklyn Public
Library, specialized journalism workshops with NYC public schools, and
an ever-expanding library of student publications.

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