[sponsored] It’s a Wonderful Park! Workshop & Performance Saturday 11/28, 9:30am and Saturday 12/05, 9:30am, FREE
Bushwick Inlet Park Community Building (Kent Avenue @ N9th Street), More info
A holiday-themed, site-specific performance piece developed from the ideas of the young people through games, songs, and creative activities, co-presented byFriends of Bushwick Inlet Park and theatre practitioners from CUNY’s Master’s in Applied Theatre program. We’ll workshop the piece on November 28th, then rehearse and perform on December 5th.
Please RSVP to email@example.com and indicate ages of participants.
[sponsored] Collector’s Night 2015 Wednesday, 12/02, 6:30pm, $10
Brooklyn Historical Society (128 Pierrepont St), Buy tix
The City Reliquary Museum proudly presents displays of quirky collections by even quirkier collectors, plus presentations on the “Treasures in the Trash” collection of retired NY Dept. of Sanitation worker Nelson Molina. Speakers also include Robin Nagle, NYC Dept. of Sanitation Anthropologist-in-Residence and NYU professor.
WEDNESDAY 11/25 ♫ Friendsgiving at Muchmore’s @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 7pm, FREE, With Bodega Ben / Fruit&Flowers / Veda Rays / Kate Mohanty / Skookum, RSVP
♫ Give Thanks Dance Party @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave) 10pm, $10, A night of song and dance presented by Junxion and Turntables on the Hudson, Buy tix
THURSDAY 11/26 It’s Thanksgiving! Whether you’re doing turducken or tofurkey, be sure to eat a massive ton of food. If you need help, here’s our recommendations for several great Greenpoint spots that’ll serve it right to you!
^ Not For Tourists: Brooklyn @ Word (126 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, The team behind the Not For Tourists series presents the new edition of the Brooklyn guide, RSVP * Jeff Seal & the Raving Jaynes @ Triskelion Arts (102 Calyer St) 8pm, $16, Jeff Seal mixes standup, storytelling, characters, and clowning; the Raving Jaynes combine dance and improv to create highly physical, spontaneous pieces of dance/theater, Buy tix
THURSDAY 11/19 * DIY Decals Workshop @ You & Yours Fine Vintage (649 Morgan Ave)7pm, $65, Spice up old vintage tableware and with awesome decals you’ll cut out and apply own your own, More info
♫ CC Carina @ Troost (1011 Manhattan Ave) 9pm, FREE, With Carrie Ashley Hill / Ryley McCarthy / Matthew Lusk / FDR Soundsystem, RSVP * MUFF Society: But I’m a Cheerleader @ Videology (308 Bedford Ave) 9:30pm, $7, In addition to the movie, there will be a local short film, film-themed prizes and freebies, and a cheer-inspired photobooth, More info
Kevin Maher is a busy man. In addition to his professional duties as a producer for Comedy Central and freelance writer for IFC, Maher is a full-time husband and father of two boys. Even still, he manages to eek out just enough time to “geek out” on pop culture topics at Nitehawk Cinema once a month. His event, “Kevin Geeks Out“, offers a deep dive into a particular topic by inviting guest speakers, sharing film and TV clips, and producing multimedia presentations.
This coming Thursday, September 17 at 9:30 pm he’s taking on the light-hearted topic of the end of the world: the Apocalypse. It will be his fourth show at Nitehawk (136 Metropolitan Ave.) in as many months.
WEDNESDAY 9/09 * Never Odd or Even@ The Brick Theater (579 Metropolitan Ave) 8pm, $18, A new original production by Title:Point, RSVP ♫ East Bank Music @ Church of the Ascension (127 Kent St),8pm, $10, Chicago-based duo Sun Speak presents their new release, Sacred Rubble, More info
THURSDAY 9/10 * The First Cask Ale of Fall @ The Diamond (43 Franklin St) 5pm, FREE, Tapping Greenpoint Brewing’s Kentucky Common aged in Van Brunt whiskey barrels, More info
# The Bees Knees Spicy Tasting @ Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St) 6pm, $15, A night of spicy and sweet concoctions, from cocktails to snacks to dessert, More info
* Voices of Brooklyn: Build Houses & Plant Gardens @ St. Paul’s Theater (334 South 5th St) 6:30pm, FREE, Latin American songs of love and protest are paired with stories about building a sustainable home from discarded shipping containers, RSVP ☺ Bk Comedy Festival: Fringe With Benefits @ The Gutter (200 North 14th St) 8pm, $5, With Nick Vatterott / Lauren Maul / Julio Torres, and more, Buy tix
♦ Vivid Stills @ Cloud City (85 North 1st St) 6:30pm, FREE, An exhibition of posters designed for screenings at Spectacle Theater, RSVP # Forage + Fire in the Forest @ North Brooklyn Farms (320 Kent Ave) 7pm, $85, A wood-fired tour of wild edibles and August farm bounty, Buy tix * Kevin Geeks Out About Lady Robots @ Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave) 9:30pm, $15, a virtual parade of robots from the last 100 years of science fiction, More info
[sponsored] KID EXPRESS! at Triskelion Arts After-school classes for children age 4 to 7 in the Expressive Arts.
Trial classes offered in Aug/Sept:
TUESDAYS: Dance as Storytelling – Creative movement and dance, confidence and team building THURSDAYS: The World’s A Stage! – Life skills and how to be awesome through theater games and circus arts For more info, visit: www.triskelionarts.org/kidexpress
WEDNESDAY 7/29 * Voices of Brooklyn: Alter (Quilts) asMemorials @St. Paul’s Theater (334 South 5th St) 7:o0pm, FREE, Jazz, Soul, and Funk fusion is paired with stories of heroes of Williamsburg past, who are memorialized through art quilts by Smithsonian featured quilter Sylvia Hernandez, aka the Brooklyn Quilt Girl, RSVP ^ Zine Release & Erotic Reading @ Molasses Books (770 Hart St) 8pm, FREE, Celebrate the release of Volume 2 of the She/Folk Zine and relish in a reading of erotica stories by women from the self-published collection Ripe, RSVP
THURSDAY 7/30 ☺ Kevin Geeks Out About Super Villains @ Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Ave) 9:30pm, $15, Comedian Kevin Maher takes an obsessive look at some of the best and worst super villains, More info ♫ Morgan O’Kane @ Black Bear Bar (70 North 6th St) 10:30pm, FREE, With Lonesome Leash, RSVPContinue reading →
WEDNESDAY 7/01 ♫ Canada D’eh@ The Well (272 Meserole St) 5pm, FREE, With Canadian bacon, Canadian whiskey, and music from Will Butler, July Talk, Walrus, and more, Buy tix ^ Girls at the Kingfisher Club Paperback Release @ Word (126 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Author Genevieve Valentine in conversation with Kelly Link, More info
Back after a successful debut last year, Nitehawk’s second shorts festival kicks off tonight and features programming through Sunday. If you are looking for a diverse array of works from up-and-coming filmmakers, this event is not to be missed! Continue reading →
(sponsored) Holloween Bash Sky Bar & Grill, 804 Grand St October 31 & November 1, 10pm, $10–$20, Buy tix
For two nights, you’re allowed to party with no rules. No club dress code. No small, packed space. Just GOOD vibes (and even better music).
Costume contest, music from DJ X5Rob and DJ Danny, plus half price on selected draft beers from 9–10pm.
What are you waiting for? Get your tickets now and come join us in the night!
WEDNESDAY 10/22 * Weird Tales & Scary Stories @ Word (126 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, With Christopher Buehlman / Tobias Carroll / Michael Cisco / Katherine Howe, RSVP ♦ Lone Stars @ 7 Dunham (7 Dunham Pl) 7pm, FREE, An exhibition highlighting four unique perspectives from young artists born and raised in Texas who have recently relocated to New York, plus free beer & wine all night, RSVP ♫ Rhythms of Africa @ Golden Drum (97 Green St, #G1) 7:30pm, FREE, Explore the rhythms of Africa through traditional music and dance, RSVP Continue reading →
WEDNESDAY 10/15 * Elysian Urban Pumpkin Bar Crawl @ Brouwerij Lane (78 Greenpoint Ave) 4pm, FREE, Start your crawl at Brouwerij Lane and move on to the Diamond, Spuyten Duyvil, and Barcade, tasting different Elysian Pumpkin beers at each bar, More info ☺ Cause B Show to Benefit Books Through Bars @ Cobra Club (6 Wyckoff Ave) 8:30pm, $donation, With Will Miles / Robyn Schall / Gabe Morales / Tom Cowell / Adam Palmeter / Corinne Fisher, More info