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Greenpoint Gallery Night, Crawfish Boil, Experimental Noise Rock — What’s Happening, Greenpoint? (4/26–5/2)

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GreenpointGalleryNight_4-28-17FRIDAY 4/28
*♦ Greenpoint Gallery Night #10 @ All Over Greenpoint 6pm, FREE, The historic neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, is filled with exceptional galleries, alternative exhibition spaces, and working artists. Greenpoint Gallery Night is a voluntarily organized event happening twice a year in an effort to highlight the art scene in this unique corner of Brooklyn. More info

TUESDAY 5/2
*♦ Greenpoint Open Studios Artist Sign-Up Party @ No. 7 North (931 Manhattan Ave.) 7-10pm, FREE, Registered GOS artists and artists who sign up on the spot will receive one FREE BEER! More info


WEDNESDAY 4/26

* Lunation New Moon In Taurus: Shakti Transmission @ Golden Drum (97 Green St) 7:30pm, $25, Reset through a clear head and open heart through Kundalini as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Ground yourselves with a sacred New Moon ritual to plant your intentions that are aligned with your higher self while letting go of stagnant energy that keeps us from vibrating higher, More info
*A Clockwork Orange @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) 8pm, FREE, Clockwork Orange screening in the Main Ballroom! Restaurant and bar open before, during and after the movie! In an England of the future, Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and his “Droogs” spend their nights getting high at the Korova Milkbar before embarking on “a little of the old ultraviolence,”, RSVP
♫ Anni Rossi / I Am The Polish Army / Echo Moth / Jane Church @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave) 8pm, $5-7, Buy tix

THURSDAY 4/27

* BettVR With Age
@ A/D/O (29 Norman Ave) 7pm, FREE, A virtual reality film series created to benefit the senior community. Short documentary screening as well as five interactive virtual reality stations to experience some of the VR films that comprise Kahana’s innovative project, More info
^ Jamie Brenner presents The Forever Summer with Amy Poeppel 
@WORD Brooklyn (126 Franklin St) 7pm, FREE, Celebrate the release of Jamie Brenner’s latest novel, THE FOREVER SUMMER. Jamie Brenner will be in conversation with Amy Poeppel, author of SMALL ADMISSIONS, More info
♦ Notes from A North Korean Tour Bus @ UnionDocs (322 Union Ave) 7:30pm, $10, Matt Hulse has been traveling to and from North Korea, working as a tour guide for Beijing-based Koryo Tours. He’s been capturing his experiences on camera and also recording the soundscapes of that isolated and little-understood country, Buy tix
♦ Post-Dance 3X3: Devices @ Panoply Performance Laboratory (104 Meserole St) 8pm, Pay-what-u-can, Three movement artists perform their own work, detly disabusing us of any remaining subject-object dichotomies while distanciating, operating and defining other (non)human devisions, distances, differences and devices, More info
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Flirt Reynolds, Pole Play, Underground Heroine Showcase, Duo Scorpio– What’s happening, Greenpoint? (4/12–4/18)

SATURDAY 4/15, 930pm! Flirt Reynolds takes over the back room spinning 70s disco/funk, 80s new wave/pop, 90s hip hop and 2000s indie dance music, all on vinyl. Dance till you’re dead! Free champagne for those dressed in throwback attire, until it runs out. @ Humboldt & Jackson (434 Humboldt Street), FREE!

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WEDNESDAY 4/12

* Pole Play Wednesday @ House of Yes (2 Wyckoff Ave) 9pm, FREE, Safe space for pole dancers in the NYC community to come out and show their friends and fellow aerialists what they’ve been working on, RSVP
♫ Transit.FM presents Local Service 006 @ Good Room (98 Meserole Ave) 10pm, FREE,Transit.FM returns to take over the Bad Room. Breaks, jungle, and more from some of NYC’s best drum and bass selectors, More info
♫ Hot Chip (DJ Set)/ Mike Simonetti @ Output (74 Wythe Ave) 10pm, $30,Renowned indie/electronica band Hot Chip bring their DJ skills alongside one of Brooklyn’s finest selectors Mike Simonetti, Buy tix Continue reading

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Greenpointers Spring Market, She Party, Drippy Eye Record Club– What’s happening, Greenpoint? (4/5–4/11)

Miz Elizabeth (The Hot Sardines) and the skint present:

Ladies First: A Dance Party to Celebrate the Badass Women of Music and Benefit Planned Parenthood

You know who we’re talking about: The ladies. DJ Rimarkable will be spinning hits from the most incredible, indelible female performers to shape music, and EVERY PENNY will go to benefit Planned Parenthood. Friday, April 7 at 10:30pm @Littlefield (622 Degraw St), Buy tix [sponsored]

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WEDNESDAY 4/5

♫ Xylouris White, White Magic @ Park Church Co-Op (129 Russell St) 8pm, $15, Buy tix
♫ Limited Resources 4 @Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 9pm, FREE,Monthly series showcasing experimental music of all kinds. Guitar night featuring Elliott Sharp and Matteo Liberatore, David Watson and Chris LiButti, and Amy Mills, More info
=) Comedians You Should Know @ Gutter Bar (200 N 14th St) 9pm, $5, Featuring Chris Gethard (The Chris Gethard Show), Carmen Lagala (Bridgetown Comedy Festival), Matthew Broussard (Comedy Central), Joe Kwaczala (The Wheel Show), Michael Palascak (@Conan), David Drake (Album: Dave), Buy tix Continue reading

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Get (Green) point at our Spring Market in Celebration of Earth this Sunday (4/9) with Rooftop Yoga, Henna Tattoos, Massages, Live Music, Mezcal Palomas, 60+ Vendors, and more!

Make like a flower and burst forth into Spring this Sunday, April 9th (1-7pm) in the beautiful Greenpoint Loft (67 West St)! RSVP here!

When the scent of green and light blue is on the breeze. And each new day walking down the street is noticeably more lush than the day before. The annual promise of warm sunny days is back …. At least in a world without climate change that is, when snow storms don’t invade the wrong season. Winter’s overstayed it’s welcome and in the month of Earth Day, we want to remember all that we love about this planet and celebrate it with our Greenpoint friends and family!

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ÆOLUS, Ayuverdic Chocolate Making, Ship of Fools, Daft Brunch – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (3/29–4/4)

Miz Elizabeth (The Hot Sardines) and the skint present:

Ladies First: A Dance Party to Celebrate the Badass Women of Music and Benefit Planned Parenthood

You know who we’re talking about: The ladies. DJ Rimarkable will be spinning hits from the most incredible, indelible female performers to shape music, and EVERY PENNY will go to benefit Planned Parenthood. Friday, April 7 at 10:30pm @Littlefield (622 Degraw St), Buy tix [sponsored]

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WEDNESDAY 3/29

=) Old Hat 2: Killer Stand Up Comedy Show @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 7pm, FREE,Back for another round of the gigglies. Produced by Dan “Startup boy” Rosen and Danny “Sick boy” Vega, More info
* Scarface Screening @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) 8pm, FREE, Watch Scarface for free in the Main Ballroom! Full bar and restaurant menu open before after and during the movie, More info

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Comedy Hibachi, Comedy in Dance, Night of Creation, Vegan Market – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (3/22–3/28)

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WEDNESDAY 3/22

* NYC Restaurant Waste Workshop! @ A/D/O (29 Norman Ave) 9am, FREE, Learn how to green your business on a budget. Learn the new recycling requirements from the city, understand compost implementation, food sourcing and ways to save money on the electric bill, RSVP
=) Comedy Hibachi Returns! @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 7pm, FREE, Phil Stamato and Sami Main host three improv teams and three stand-up comics for a night of unpredictable hilarity! Improv teams will perform and be followed by a stand-up comic who will endeavor to condense the hilarity of the improv performance into FIRE-HOT stand-up material, More info
♫ NAILS @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 North 6th St), 8pm, $18, withToxic Holocaust, Gatecreeper, Blame God, Buy tix

 

THURSDAY 3/23

* PS 132 8th Annual Gala & Auction @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave), 6pm, $45, Help raise money for PS 132 and join their 8th Annual Gala and Auction, More info
* Shamanic Healing Night @ Golden Drum (97 Green St), 6:30pm, $30, A collective of visionary healers and specially curated program of healing modalities and traditions, which will create a unique experience inspiring healing, Buy tix
♫ immigrantNY Benefit Art Show @ Greenpoint Hill (100 Freeman St), 7pm, by Donation, 20% of all proceeds towards Immigrant Defense Project’s holistic community defense program that provides resources and tools to immigrants, More info
=) Comedy in Dance Festival @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St), 8pm, $16, Embrace the power of laughter! Guest curated by Abby Bender, our 8th Annual Comedy in Dance Festival presents a slew of movement-based work from choreographers, clowns, and comics that tickles an adult audience’s collective funny bone, More info
♫ Dirty Thursday: 90s Night @ House of Yes (2 Wyckoff Ave), 10pm, FREE, Old school hits, regrettable fashion choices and fads that have come and gone and come back even harder. New wave, hot jamz, and of course… 90’s all night, RSVP

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Furmint Wine Dinner, Naked Family, Metal Yoga, Persian Arts Festival – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (3/15–3/21)

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WEDNESDAY 3/15

# Cook the Book: Gjelina @ Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St) 6:30pm, $95, A taste of southern Califiornia to the east coast. An evening of “grain-and-vegetable centric, globally inspired cuisine” inspired by Gjelina, Buy tix
♦ RAW Brooklyn Presents: CUSP @ Brooklyn Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave) 7pm, $22-30, 50+ local creatives showcasing talent across mediums such as visual art, photography, accessory design, fashion, performance art, hair & makeup, film & music, Buy tix
=) Fuxedo: The Spring Collection @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 7pm, FREE,In fashion, one day you’re in, the next day you’re out, and the day after that you’re watching improv in the back of a bar in Brooklyn. An on-trend evening of comedy, More info

 

THURSDAY 3/16

# Furmint Wine Dinner @ Cherry Point (664 Manhattan Ave), 7pm, $80, New American meet Hungarian flavors with four courses, three Furmints, and three Hungarian winemakers, RSVP
♫ Lost Boro: Beats, Raps & Threads @ Tender Trap (66 Greenpoint Ave), 7pm, FREE, One part pop-up shop, one part rap show, equal parts dope, More info
♫ Tortoise w/ Little Black Egg & Tara Jane ONeil @ The Hall at MP (470 Driggs Ave), 7pm, $25, (le) poisson rouge presents: Tortoise w/ Little Black Egg (Georgia Hubley of Yo La Tengo) and Tara Jane O’Neil, Buy tix

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ItaliaNites, MetalSucks Bash, Oddities Flea Market, Gross History – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (3/8–3/14)

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WEDNESDAY 3/8

# ItaliaNites: Malèna @ Archestratus (160 Huron St) 7:30pm, FREE, Viewing of Giuseppe Tornatore’s Malèna in celebration of la Festa delle Donne (International Women’s Day). A coming of age film, it follows one teenage boy’s infatuation with a village siren during World War II Sicily, RSVP
♫ NVRSleep: Across The Pond Edition @ Kinfolk 90 (90 Wythe Ave) 9pm, FREE, An Experimental Music Platform for Today’s Creative Class. Audio trip Across the Pond via Jamaal Fisher, Nasty Nigel, Rodney Hazard, and Special Guests, RSVP
=) Popcorn Hour @ Annoyance Theatre (367 Bedford Ave) 9:30pm, $5, See New York’s finest comedians put on a show for you that’ll leave you much more satisfied than a damn $15 movie and $20 soda. Free popcorn, Buy tix

 

THURSDAY 3/9

* Reclaiming Our Estuary: The Newtown Creek Experience 
@ LaGuardia Community College (31-10 Thomson Ave), 4pm, FREE, Learn about rediscovering the commons, our waterway and its life, case studies, and the future of Newtown Creek, RSVP
# Global Flavors: How Curry, Soy Sauce, and Sriracha Became American @ MOFAD (62 Bayard St), 6:30pm, $10, Learn how soy sauce, curry, and Sriracha became part of everyday dining. How have these three distinct flavors come to represent Asian food in the US, Buy tix
♦ FREE LIKE OSCAR: Resistance Through Afro-Latino Culture @ City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave), 7pm, $8-10, A discussion with Melinda González, co founder of BombaYo, on Latino cultural traditions rooted in the African diaspora that are particularly effective at teaching us resistance and resilience, More info

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Dervisi Gangsta Blues, Soul Clap Dance Off, Where’s My Polaroid, MVR 2.2 – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (3/1–3/7)

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WEDNESDAY 3/1

* Demystifying Government: Executive Shenanigans @ Cloud City (85 North 1st St) 7:30pm, FREE, How does the government work? For all of us who may have forgotten a thing or two from civics class. The first three programs will cover our three branches, starting all the way at the top, More info
♫ Dervisi Greek Gangsta Blues @ TROOST (1011 Manhattan Ave) 9pm, FREE, Fragrant songs and dances from a long-lost underworld- Punk Rembetika, More info

 

THURSDAY 3/2

♦ The Apprentices Group show @ The Hollows (151 Bedford Ave), 6pm, FREE, Group exhibition “The Apprentices” for which artist are reworking art historical pieces with the condition that the originals’ artists are alive, More info
* Castrate the Patriarchy! @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St), 7pm, FREE, March is Women’s History month! What better way to celebrate than a variety show in support of Planned Parenthood? More info
^ American Life Through Muslim Eyes @ City Reliquary (370 Metropolitan Ave), 7pm, $10, Sabeeha Rehman reads from her award-winning book, Threading My Prayer Rug. This collection of Sabeeha’s memoirs presents humorous and poignant moments from her life as a Muslim who immigrated from Pakistan to the US, Buy tix

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Depeche Mode Party, Bad Jazz, Structural Constellations, NYC Beer Week, Oscar Parties – What’s happening, Greenpoint? (2/22–2/28)

Can Release @ Greenpoint Beer (7 North 15th St), Saturday (2/22), 5pm, FREE, Releasing 2 killer new IPA’S with Dankonia & Apply Formula. Dankonia showcases pine, resin, sap and citrus with an earthy, dank, coniferous and cannabinous finish. While Apply Formula is soft, hazy and tropical with highlights of juicy fruit stripe gum and raspberry. Hop heads unite, you’ve landed in sticky, fruity, earthy IPA heaven! More info

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WEDNESDAY 2/22

♥ SPARK: a dating workshop not for the faint of heart @ Triskelion Arts (106 Calyer St)) 6:30pm, $40-55, Get constructive feedback from a group of your peers – your very own singles focus group. Energizeyourvoice.net founder, Minna Taylor, will facilitate a structured analysis to get to the root of what’s holding you back, Buy tix
♫ Sound Art Performance: Bad Jazz @ IDIO Gallery (976 Grand St) 7pm, FREE, Improvised auditory journeys that defy the normal explanations of musical theory. Their music is a stream of consciousness, ebbing and flowing from one texture to the next, More info
♦ Luce Guilbeault, Nicole Brossard, and Margaret Wescott’s Some American Feminists @ Light Industry (155 Freeman St) 7:30pm, $8, Shot in NYC in 1975 and 1976 by an entirely female crew, the film serves as a record of political awakening, both personal and collective, with subjects describing childhood stirrings of radical consciousness, More info
♫ An ACLU Benefit with Sam Cohen, Scully, Dark Tea @ Union Pool (484 Union Ave) 8pm, $14, A Song A Day presents an ACLU benefit showcase featuring Sam Cohen, Scully, DARK TEA to continue fighting the good fight, Buy tix Continue reading

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