Latest Posts

Julie Klausner
  • Pre-Election Trivia Night with Julie Klausner [UPDATE: Cancelled]

    Update: Unfortunately, due to Hurricane Sandy being a jerk and messing things up all over the eat cost, this event has been cancelled. Sad face. Very, very sad face.


    How well do you remember all the ins and outs of the 2012 election cycle? These past bazillion months sure seem to have flown by, haven't they? Off the top of your head, can you even recall who won the Ames Iowa Straw Poll? Or what Rick Perry's third thing was? Or if Tim Pawlenty is a person who exists?

    Test your knowledge of the Campaign That Was, and other great moments in politics, with So You Think You Know Election 2012?, a fun and hilarious night of political trivia, hosted by comedian Julie Klausner on Sunday Nov 4, 2012, 7 pm at the 92YTribeca Mainstage, 200 Hudson St., New York City. Presented by 92Y's Campaign for the American Conversation, TrivWorks and Indecision.

    Bring a team, or come solo and join one. Prizes will be awarded and the winning team will be sworn in as 2012 Presidents of Trivia!

    Buy tickets now!

    By the way, the answer to that last question is: No, not really.

    Tags: 92Y Campaign for the American Conversation, Julie Klausner, Trivia
  • The Indecision 11: Julie Klausner

    Julie KlausnerWelcome to The Indecision 11, our soft-hitting–caressing, really–politics questionnaire for smart, funny people. This week: Julie Klausner, comedy writer/performer, author, podcaster and all-around purveyor of hilarity. Her first book, I Don't Care About Your Band, was published in 2010 to rave reviews, and she's currently working on a YA novel about an all-girls arts camp. Listen to her podcast, How Was Your Week; read her Real Housewives recaps at; and for heaven's sake, follow her on Twitter: @julieklausner.

    What's your earliest political memory?
    I remember telling my parents to vote for Walter Mondale because he had a nice smile. I saw his photo on the cover of my Weekly Reader and he really spoke to me.

    What do you think of people who don't vote?
    I imagine they're probably busy, not into lines, don't care, or believe there's no such thing as the lesser of two evils. I guess what I'm saying is that I don't judge them, which is pretty incredible and forward-thinking of me.

    Read More »

    Tags: Julie Klausner, The Indecision 11