Joe is out there talking, walking and stalking his way towards his first show in 2009. Come out and see the next host of Late Night in person.
Thursday, June 30 - High Noon Saloon The Vote Joe Campaign Rally is June 30th at the High Noon Saloon in Madison, Wisconsin. Five dollars gets you a presentation from the candidate and the great sounds of three bands including Knuckel Drager and MaeRae. The VoteJoe creative/strategy Team will have a booth set up to answer questions, distribute literature/buttons and show you how to drink beer. Joe will circle the room like a vulture, but unlike like a vulture he will shake your hand OR hug you. It promises to be a great event in the history of running to be a talk show host so please attend if humanly possible!
Thursday, April 14 - UNC-Chapel Hill
8 pm EDT, Hamilton 100 Joe Garden will be appearing with fellow Onion writer Peter Koechley, talking with students and anyone else about their jobs. They’ll have colorful slides and will swear, so stop by for a Vote Joe pin and a chat!
Friday April 8 through Tuesday April 12 - Atlanta, GA Joe will be visiting the ATL to spread the word and see some sights. You can email him with suggestions through the site or you can stop by Gladys Knight & Ron Winans Chicken and Waffles at some point and he'll likely be there.
March 10th - Lolita Bar, Manhattan
9:30 PM EST On Thrusday, March 10, Joe will be DJing in Manhattan at the Lolita Bar, 266 Broome St. at Allen from 9:30 to like 1:00, 1:30 or so. Drop by, wish me a happy birthday. Celebrate your own life while mine is draining away.
March 3rd - G4 TV Network's "The Screen Savers"
7:00 PM EST (Replays at 12:00 AM and 3:00 AM) Joe will talk about his work on The Onion.
January 24th - Cobb's Comedy Club, San Francisco, CA
915 Colombus Avenue (in North Beach) 8:00 PM Joe will be part of a panel discussion about The Onion moderated by Dave Eggers.
January 19th to 23rd - Sundance International Film Festival Joe will be at the second screening of The Aristocrats starring David Brenner and Phyllis Diller and diercted by Paul Provenza. Joe has a small role in this documentary which features 100 people telling a filthy joke staple that harkens back to the days of vaudeville.