Events

Radiant Reveries, Nosaj Thing, Hard Times Showcase, Super Bowl – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (2/1–2/7)

Humboldt & Jackson Superbowl 2017Check out our Super Bowl Sunday guide here!

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WEDNESDAY 2/1

♦ Art Mart for Art Start @ Huckleberry Bar (588 Grand St) 6pm, FREE, Charity art sale to benefit art-start.org! Original pieces for sale at affordable prices ($40 cash-only).  2-1 wine and $5 rum cocktails, RSVP
♦ Craft Table @ Archestratus (160 Huron St) 7pm, FREE, #BYOWIPS (bring your own works-in-progress & supplies) and enjoy the company of fellow crafters as you knit, crochet, weave, cross-stitch, color or decoupage your way to la nirvana, RSVP
♦ Spaceballs Screening @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) 8pm, FREE, Watch Spaceballs in the Main Ballroom! Full bar and restaurant menu open before after and during the movie, RSVP

 

THURSDAY 2/2


# Jackson Diner Indian Pop-Up Dinner
@ The Diamond (43 Franklin St) 7pm, Feast your eyes and your tummys with the famous Jackson Diner Indian, RSVP
♫ Radiant Reveries @Rough Trade NYC (64 North 9th St) 8pm, $10, Exploring the light and dark and spaces in between. 5 piece psychedelic folk rock band based in NYC, Buy tix
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Polish Sci-Fi Films This Friday At The Park Church Co-Op!

Polish films at Park Church Co-OpCheck out some 80’s sci-fi films presented by Polish Filmmakers NYC this Friday night at the Park Church Co-Op (129 Russell St.), at 8pm—there will be Polish food and vodka! The films will be presented in Polish with English subtitles. Bring your own pillow and blanket and get cozy. Facebook invite here. Tickets are $15. Continue reading

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Tonight: Writing for 2025, Panel Discussion at Pratt Institute


Greenpointer’s Art Editor, Andy P. Smith, is hosting a panel discussion tonight at his alma mater, Pratt Institute, on the topic of The Future of Digital Publishing.

Featuring a roster of panelists, including Annalisa Merelli (Reporter at Quartz), Dylan Thuras (Founder of Atlas Obscura), Hanna Hurr (Managing Editor of Mask Magazine), and Anna Merlan (Senior Reporter, Investigative Unit at Gizmodo Media Group), this event is sure to be evocative, innovative, and hopefully instructive and stimulating!

Attendees will also receive free Moleskine notebooks and products, though first come, first served. And a Smart Writing Set will be raffled off to one lucky winner.

This event is free and open to the public, though space is limited.

RSVP at bitly.com/writing2025

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Massages, Prose, Live Jazz & Cupid Are for Friends and Lovers: Join Our Old-Timey Valentine’s Market (Sun, 2/12)

Shake off your lonesome winter blues and get your crafting scissors ready, because you never know what manner of comely suitors await deserving of your best handmade Valentine at ye Old-Timey Valentine’s Market on Sunday, February 12 (1-7PM). RSVP here!
We will be bringing it back to a rosy, nostalgia-tinged time of yore. Our annual Valentine’s Market will be held at the Greenpoint Loft (67 West St), once the home of the largest rope manufacturer in the U.S. and now beautifully restored to its pre-war glory.

Whether you’re single, attached, or can’t really say, come imbibe Prohibition-era cocktails and vintage jazz tunes — or just mix and mingle as you shop for yourself, your friends, or your beloved.

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New Moon Sound Portal, Utopia vs. Dystopia, Postcard Party, The Darkness Project – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (1/25–1/31)

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WEDNESDAY 1/25

*North Brooklyn Safe Streets Meet Up! @ Greenpoint Beer & Ale (7 North 15th St) 7pm, FREE, Discuss how we can work together to make our neighborhood streets safer for everyone, More info
^ Stories My Friends Tell Me @ Archestratus (160 Huron St) 7pm, FREE, Hosted series where friends have five to ten minutes each to tell an important story from their lives. By sharing our personal stories we encourage each other to write and be productive, RSVP
♫ BAE // intentions @ Tender Trap (66 Greenpoint Ave) 8pm, FREE, The INTENTIONS edition: with tools, techniques, visuals, spaces, and SOUNDS for arousing your best, lightest self in the midst of it all, RSVP

 

THURSDAY 1/26


♦ United In Anger Screening
@ The City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave) 7pm, $10, Screening of Jim Hubbard’s “United in Anger: A History of ACT UP.” Short performance by drag queen, writer, and activist Miz Cracker plus a discussion with Miz Cracker and the filmmaker, Buy tix
^ January Depression-Fighting Group Reading @ WORD (126 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Celebration of new books and fantastic memoir/essay/literary nonfiction writers featuring Jason Diamond, Chloe Caldwell, Morgan Jerkins, Danielle Henderson and Kat Kinsman, RSVP
* New Moon Sound Portal @ The Hollows (151 Bedford Ave) 7:30pm, by Donation, New Moon is a symbolic portal for new beginnings and it’s a perfect time to set intentions for things you’d like to create, develop, cultivate, and make manifest, RSVP Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood Fundraiser Dance Party Open Bar Art Auction – Saturday 1/28

Lifted, Juan Carlos Pagan, 17″ x 24″, Print. Available at auction at PLAN A! at Dobbin St on Saturday, January 28th, 2017

 

On Saturday, January 28th, Greenpoint’s Dobbin St is hosting an evening of dancing, exhibited artwork, and a 4-hour open bar, with proceeds donated to Planned Parenthood.

The team at Tickled HOT Pink partnered with Medium Rare to put together a bevy of food and drink sponsors plus a set of live DJs that all together makes up PLAN A!, a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood. 

If you can’t make it for the PLAN A! fundraiser, you can still donate directly to Planned Parenthood. But hopefully see you there!

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Finding Joseph I: An Oral History of H.R. from Bad Brains – TONIGHT!

Tonight, St. Vitus hosts an evening in celebration of the new book FINDING JOSEPH I: AN ORAL HISTORY OF H.R. FROM BAD BRAINS. This event features a screening of the H.R. film by James Lathos, book signing, and a QandA with H.R., Lathos, and FINDING JOSEPH author Howie Abrams.

Presented by CLRVYNT, Lesser Gods and WORD Bookstore, this event is sold out but a very limited amount of $29 tickets will be released at the doors at 6pm.

More details here. Good luck!

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Food for Thought (and Humor) in The Bushwick Starr’s “[porto]”

“[porto]” at The Bushwick Starr. Photo by Marina McClure.

It serves pickled pomegranate, fried chickpea, and grilled sage.

No, it’s not the organic/gluten-free/farm-to-table market down the street; it’s the rustic gastropub in The Bushwick Starr’s (207 Starr St.) new play [porto] though based on Brooklyn’s artisanal food scene trends, these bites might soon appear on your go-to bar’s menu. And like those snacks, the play is a concoction of the satirical, savory, and flat-out strange.

[porto] is part of this year’s (and the second annual) Exponential Festival, a theatrical series promoting works created in New York and performed in Brooklyn. Kate Benson’s funny, meandering, and world-premiere play centers on Porto, a young woman for whom the hipness of Brooklyn’s cultural and foodie offerings has perhaps grown dull.

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How To Survive Inauguration Weekend In North Brooklyn

Broken Land Planned Parenthood Benefit

Fact: the 45th President of the United States will be sworn in tomorrow, January 20th. Here are some events happening locally to dull the pain and help you cope.

Trump, Keep Out: A Planned Parenthood Benefit | Thurs. Jan. 19 | 7pm
Broken Land | 105 Franklin St
Celebrate the last day of Obama’s presidency with an Inauguration Eve party! All proceeds from the bar and raffle sales during the event will be donated to Planned Parenthood. FREE. RSVP
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Thanks Obama Dance Party, Brooklyn Soup Takedown, Britpop Night – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (1/18–1/24)

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WEDNESDAY 1/18

* Starting Your Intimacy Revolution with Christine Long @ New Women Space (188 Woodpoint Rd) 7pm, $20, Find intimacy in new ways by cultivating closeness and connection through your work, community and self, Buy tix
♦ Olio at Idio: On Civil Disobedience, Resisting the Machine @ IDIO Gallery (976 Gran St) 7pm, $12, When a government becomes a machine that churns out injustice, it is the right and the duty of the citizen to resist the actions of that machine, to throw a spanner in its works. Talk led by Professors Michael Haltenberger and Michael Prettyman, RSVP

THURSDAY 1/19

* Fundraiser for Oakland Ghost Ship Fire Victims @ Bar Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave) 6pm, $10-25, Film screenings of MLK JR. WAY and Remember You’re Special. All proceeds go to benefit victims of the Oakland Ghost Ship Fire, More info
* Trump, Keep Out: A Planned Parenthood Benefit @ Broken Land (105 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Celebrate the last day of Obama’s presidency with an Inauguration Eve party. ALL PROCEEDS from bar and raffle sales during the event will be donated to Planned Parenthood, RSVP
* Celebrate the End of the World @ Northern Territory (12 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Drink, dance & celebrate the last night of the Obama administration #comewhatmay. Here’s to 8 years of progress and growth- you’re gonna feel like shit on Friday anyways. #thankyouobama, More info
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