events & appearances
Rakit TV Episode One / For Starters / LET IT SNOW
A RAKit Club Production by Micha Lazare and Robin Hood Featuring Michelle Joni and the Let In Snow Band See how Let It Snow was born in the 20 minute blizzard freestyle edition
WE CAME TO DANCE
From the Many Multiplied cells of Tasha Blank’s Mind comes this Point-Blank credo on how to live and thrive in the vessel you were born in. We didn’t have to go to school for this. This is why we’re here. make animated gifs like this at MakeaGif
Wet Hot Brooklyn Summer
I suppose the most basic thing you need to know about me as a human being is that I WAS IN WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER. Yes, I was in the absolute greatest movie of all time!!!! Not only that, Wet Hot American Summer was filmed at my summer camp where I went for 11 summers, so Camp Firewood (Towanda) is pretty much home. And what’s more, I was the ONLY camper who got casted! — besides the camp director’s son, and my sister Jessica who got to tag along and be in the Talent Show audience. Nobody really knew what …
OH! OH! OH! a holiday book party
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Michelle Joni’s Live Appearances *ReW and WhO*
ReW is a musician, philanthropist and truth-seeker who I’ve been delighted to canoodle with a number of occasions. Each week, ReW streams live out the back of Otto’s Shrunken Head in the East Village, with a co-host (the “WhO”) and 7 rising stars who come on for their promised 15 minutes of fame. ******************************************** July 18th – Michelle Joni as The WhO Dance opening :: California Soul WATCH LIVE every Wednesday from 4-6PM! In April 2014 As Michelle Joni, singing Donovan’s Season of The Witch In January 2014, as Michelle (your Belle) on a segment for The Fest For Beatles …
Sartorial Struggles with Sarah Jessica Parker
One never does know when you’re gonna come home from a Matthew Williamson party and find yourself on a worst dressed list with your fictional style icon. I need two belts to hold these babies up!
If you’ve ever thought: “Walking from place to place is pretty dull. How do I get around more like a happy-go-lucky eight-year-old?” This article is for you. Photos: Jessica Lin, Time Out New York Article published in-book May 15th edition of Time Out New York.
Tell Me More about this “afro-girl”
I don’t just wear afros… I start firestorms. This is the only thing I’ve ever listened to on NPR, and I must say, what a fabulous station!
The Macarena Poster Girl
If you’re ever in need of a refresher on that superbly mid-90s phenomenon of repetitive Latin-ish white guy dancing, I’m your girl. I snapped this selfie over tea at the W Union Square, moments before making the video that would soon be an essential key in stopping violence against woman globally. An artistic soul out there named Rita Flores was lovely enough to turn it into this on her blog. Rising to the occasion.
Good Morning, America
I made my national television debut in a bathrobe. And you?
I peaked at 16: Wet Hot American Summer
Listen, Coop. Last night was really great. You were incredibly romantic and heroic, no doubt about it. And that’s great. But I’ve thought about it, and my thing is this. Andy’s really hot. And don’t get me wrong, you’re cute too, but Andy is like, cut. From marble. He’s gorgeous. He’s like this beautiful face and this incredible body, and I genuinely don’t care that he’s kinda lame. I don’t even care that he cheats on me. And I like you more than I like Andy, Coop, but I’m 16. And maybe it’ll be a different story, like when I’m …