Iranian-American comedian Maz Jobrani has performed his standup around the world, including a set with the King of Jordan in the audience. Jobrani's standup explores race and cultural misunderstandings, as well as family dynamics. He is the founder of the Axis of Evil Comedy Tour, and his other television specials include Brown and Friendly and I Come in Peace.
We've got a pair of tickets to Jobrani's Thursday-night performance at the Varsity Theater. Here's how to enter to win:
This week in free things to do we have a birthday party where beer will be plentiful, a grown-up nerd gathering at the MIA, and a celebration honoring a new holiday. Come take a look at our list and plan your week. UPDATE: Third Thursday has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 30 More »
This week in free things to do we have a big department store reopening, a party honoring St. Paul, and a gallery show exploring the life stories of immigrants. Come take a look and plan your week on the cheap.
L-R: Transmission, Textile Center artwork, Drew Ailes (photo by Adam DeGross)
This week in free stuff to do we have an art party celebrating 20 years, a dance night with music older than 20, and an epic, two-bar music fest set to save the world (or pay for a PA, something like that).