Ladies Who Ranch, Art on Airwaves, La Banubas, Paint and Sip — What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (3/7–3/13)

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  • Nassau Av (G train)
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WEDNESDAY 3/7

^ Tables of Contents Reading Series: Hunt! Gerrard! Caldwell! @Egg (109 North 3rd St), 7pm, $5, Each reading will be paired with snacks inspired by its text, plus you’ll be in for an author-curated playlist and a rangy Q&A/discussion on writing, craft, aversion, and creativity to wrap up the night. Beer and wine will be available for purchase, and WORD will be present slinging text, More info
☺ Ladies Who Ranch @ Vital Joint (109 Meserole St), 8pm, $5-10, Group of women does jokes for laughs at comedy show to change the national conversation. The show is followed by the Ladies Who Ranch Open Mic, an experimental comedy mic that especially encourages multimedia performances, More info
♫# Live Flamenco in St Charles Cellar @St. Mazie Bar (345 Grand St), 8pm, FREE, A night of authentic Flamenco in our beautiful speakeasy. Full dinner menu available as well as a 3 course Pre fixe menu, cocktails, absinthe and more… Ole!, More info
♫ Carte Blanche @Radegast Hall (113 N 3rd St), 9pm, FREE,French, Latin and American tunes while you sample the incredible selection of authentic german beers on tap and maybe have a giant german pretzel or bratwurst from the grill!! Space to dance!, More info

THURSDAY 3/8

* Kombrewcha’s International Women’s Day Celebration @ The Williamsburg Hotel (96 Wythe Ave), 6:00pm, $3, Boss Ladies doing big things. We’ll be hosting a panel on Women Who Do. Buy tix
* NYC DRAFT Meetup @ PencilWorks (61 Greenpoint Ave), 6:30pm, FREE, Fast-paced hour of ideas, entrepreneurs and bikes, capturing the exciting things happening in the bike industry, RSVP
♫ ♦ Art on the Airwaves @ Union Docs (322 Union Avenue), 7:30 pm, $10, A showcase of radio documentary selected by James T. Green, cofounder of Postloudness, a collective of independent audio shows by people of color, women, and queer-identified hosts that aims to create a community of unique voices in audio. Buy tix
♫ Anna McClellan (Record Release), Navy Gangs @ ALPHAVILLE (140 Wilson Avenue), 10pm, $10, Buy tix
♫ Mughal Legion 3 Ft. Fanaa @ Legion Bar (790 Metropolitan Ave), 10pm, FREE, Part 3 of a monthly-ish series of musical rites to be performed at Legion Bar, curated by Mughal Muesli. More info

FRIDAY 3/9

♫ Pilfers / Full Watts / Reggay Lords / Love Always /Typhoid Rosie @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Avenue), 7pm, $20, Pilfers are a legendary band out of New York City that play an infectious, unique sound that blends pop, reggae, hardcore, dub, punk, and ska. Buy tix
♫ Vitalic (Live), Luka Tacon @ Elsewhere (599 Johnson Ave), 7pm, $15-25, Vitalic is the alter ego of Pascal Arbez, a French programmer/multi-instrumentalist who blends electro, techno, and house — as well as elements of classical, rock, Italo-disco, and ’70s electronic music — into a sound that recalls the work of fellow countrymen Daft Punk and Air, but has its own hard-edged playfulness. Buy Tix
♫ BLUE JAZZ TV RELEASE PARTY!, BERNARD HERMAN, DJS BRYCE AND TOM @ Magick City (37 Box Street), 8pm, $10, Blue Jazz TV celebrates “Karaoke Life” and “Chiba Girl” double LP set releases on hi-fi pristine vinyl by HUNKA.2 SETS! – BJTV is joined by legendary artists Billy G. Robinson and Alice Cohen., Buy tix
☺ Hair Club: The Best Hair Variety Show @ Vital Joint (109 Meserole Street), 8pm, FREE, More info

SATURDAY 3/10

♦ Film Screening: Los Sures @ Williamsburgh Library (240 Division Ave), 11:00am, FREE, Free screening of Living Los Sures, the beautifully restored 1984 documentary about the lives of the Latino residents of the Southside of Williamsburg, More Info
♫ Spring Revolution: The Shanghai You Don’t Know @National Sawdust (80 North 6th), 5:30pm, $29-35,this year Spring Revolution celebrates the voice of multicultural women, with every night featuring female curators, artists and composers because the female perspective is the human perspective and the human perspective should be inclusive, Buy Tix
* 7th Annual PS 84 GALA @ Warsaw (261 Driggs Ave), 6pm, $55+, Totally rad! Totally Eighties! Preppy or Punk? Freak or Geek? Join PS 84 Parents for the year’s GALA, our annual Party with a Purpose! Moonwalk back to the era of RunDMC, Bananarama, Duran Duran, Menudo, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and more! More info
♫ Driven AM presents: Anthony Kasper @ Sunnyvale (1031 Grand Street), 11:45pm, $10, Buy tix

SUNDAY 3/11

♦ Sunday Sketch-in Program @ Brooklyn Art Library (28 Frost Street), 10am, FREE, Every Sunday from March 11th to April 29th, come to Brooklyn Art Library and get free coffee, a collectable pin, and work towards finishing your Sketchbook Project 2018 book with other artistic folks! The collectable pin will change every week, and if you come every Sunday until April 29th, you’ll receive a free Brooklyn Art Library tote bag to put your pins on! More Info
^ Las Banubas, a new play by Simple Town @ Vital Joint (109 Meserole Street), 8pm, $5, A Doctor with retirement in his eyes. A Nurse features an Actor’s facial feature. Las Banubas, here I come. A new play written and performed by Felipe Di Poi, Samuel Lanier and Will Niedmann. Original score by Kyle Rodriguez, More Info
☺New Greta: Sundays are Special @ Legion Bar (790 Metropolitan Ave), 8pm, FREE, New Greta’s Sunday Special is the FREE monthly variety show in which talented improv teams bring to life the songs of our musical guest, More Info
♦ Girl, Interrupted with a Hot Fudge Sundae @ Videology (308 Bedford Ave), 8:45pm, $20, Join Susanna and the rest of the Claymoore residents as they eat hot fudge sundaes and terrorize the patrons of Eckel’s Ice Cream Parlor! Each ticket includes a decadent hot fudge sundae, just like Lisa suggestively orders, Buy Tix

MONDAY 3/12

^ Spoonbill Studio presents Poetry 99 @ Spoonbill Montrose (99 Montrose Avenue), 7pm, FREE, a splendid night of words, all kinds of words- with some fantastic people reading them- Devin Doyle, Moore Keesean, Molly Taylor, Erika Hodges, Vanessa Persephone, David Morse, Tommy Pico and hosted by JC Hopkins, More info.
♦ Paint and Sip @ The Well (272 Meserole Street), 7pm, $30, Join us for a Drinkable Arts event at The Well and ‘UNCORK YOUR CREATIVE SIDE!’, Buy Tix
♫ Industry Night feat. Rendezvous @TBA Brooklyn (395 Wythe), 9pm, FREE, More Info
♫ The Paris Buns + Malaphor @ Pine Box Rock Shop (12 Grattan St.), 9pm, FREE, More Info

TUESDAY 3/13

☺ A Fun Comedy Show For Fun! @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St.), 6:30pm, FREE, Marsha knows that Marcia Brady spells her name with a “ci” and not a “sh,” but she doesn’t care! She’s too excited to host two FREE hours of FUN comedy! More Info
* Guided Meditation Circle @ Catland (987 Flushing Ave), 7pm, $5, Come for an hour of guided meditation. Honor your mind, body and spirit by allowing yourself to relax, release, and open, More Info
* Affordable Housing: How it Works @ The Yard (33 Nassau Ave), 7pm, FREE, Organizing for Action is pleased to invite you to a Teach-In & Panel Discussion on Affordable Housing in New York City. We will go over the basics of Federal, State, and City Affordable Housing programs, then have a critical discussion about these programs with a panel of experts RSVP
♫ Little Gorgeous: Never Not Fun @ Troost (1011 Manhattan Avenue), 8pm, FREE, More Info

* Greenpointers Pick
♫ Music
^ Literary Event
♦ Art & Film
☺ Comedy Event
# Foodie Event
♥ Pheremones Likely

About Lucie Levine

Lucie Levine is the founder of Archive on Parade, a local tour and event company that aims to take New York’s fascinating history out of the archives and into the streets. She’s a Native New Yorker, licensed New York City tour guide, and freelance writer with a passion for the city’s social, political and cultural history.

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