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Rooftops, Rockouts & Rosé: Your Guide To The Outdoor Music Season 2018

The Brooklyn Mirage. Photo: Dean McColl
The Brooklyn Mirage. Photo: Dean McColl

We’re approaching summer, and that means it’s time to get your dance on (and your drink on) outdoors. For North Brooklyn, the days of seeing live bands play in the belly of the decaying McCarren Park pool or along the Williamsburg waterfront have been dead for about a decade. Luckily there’s a handful of local venues picking up the torch, where you can groove to some sick jams al fresco. Read on for our top picks. Continue reading

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This is Thriller: North Brooklyn Halloween Roundup 2017!

 👻 🎃 👾 👹 🍂

Sultry weather falls across the land—yet Halloween hour is close at hand. Creatures crawl in search of blood to terrorize our North Brooklyn ‘hood. And whosoever shall be found without the soul for getting down, must stand and face the shutdown of the L and rot inside Williamsburg’s shell. The foulest stench is in the air, the funk of Newtown Creek’s years. And grizzly ghouls from every tomb are closing in to share your doom. And though you fight to stay alive, your body starts to shiver; for no mere mortal can resist the evil of the thriller.

 👻 🎃 👾 👹 🍂

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Tiki Disco Halloween @ Good Room 2017TIKI DISCO HALLOWEEN
@ Good Room | 98 Meserole Ave | 10pm-4am
$20+ tix, More info
Tiki Disco started as a bi-monthly party at Roberta’s in 2009 and has transformed into a year-round happening, with popups around the globe. Eli Escobar, Lloydski and Andy Pry will hold down the floor with their deep selections of disco, funk, house and classics. Expect an evening of spooky vibes and ghostly dancingcostumes are definitely encouraged! Continue reading

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Hang On, Spooky: North Brooklyn Halloween Roundup!

For all you Halloweeners out there, here are our top picks for some fine spine chillin’ in North Brooklyn. Whether you’re in the mood to dance the night away with DJs, see rad costumed cover bands, freak out at scary movies, compete in a costume contest, take a zombie terrarium class or participate in a basement seance, our neighborhood has truly an abundance of choice this year.

⟫⌇⧘⧚⧛⧙⌇⟫ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26  ⟪⌇⧘⧚⧛⧙⌇⟪

gifoween-bkbazaar-2016GIF-O-Ween at Brooklyn Bazaar
Sponsored by GIPHY and presented by Animation Block Party, GIFOWEEN is a Halloween-themed animation loop contest!
This party will feature the official launch of GIPHY PRESENTS: GIF DANCE PARTY, a fully immersive dance environment that allows you to finally become dance partners with all your favorite online characters at once!
Brooklyn Bazaar | 150 Greenpoint Ave.
8pm-12am, FREE, Costumes highly encouraged
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Your October Horoscopes Are Magical!

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This month is definitely going to be a lot more pleasant—and less harsh—than all the changes September brought. Until the 22nd, the sun will be in the sign of peace, love, and harmony—giving us all those fun, romantic vibes. Mercury and Jupiter will be visiting Libra, putting love on everyone’s minds. Love wins when Libra is in the house. Then the sun moves into Scorpio on the 22nd, making everything much more intense.

A powerful supermoon emerges into Libra on October 16—giving us romantic energy and partnership vines, and then there is a new moon in Scorpio on the 30th, giving us spooky and ethereal vibes. This will definitely make for a rather interesting and mystical Halloween—be on the look out for anything unusual.

♎ LIBRA ♎

This is your month, Libra—at least for most of it until the 22nd. You are in your element, which means you should go bold. Everyone is attracted to you this month—and it’s largely due to your confidence and charm—you feel independent and in control, and that’s attractive to others. Venus in your money zone until the 18th, which means you should expect some extra cash this month—whether it’s from freelance or an unexpected birthday gift. However, also keep in mind that the full moon on the 16th is in your relationship house—making you commit to a partnership—which could be romantic and/or financial.

Be mindful of tensions at home, whether with a roommate, partner, or family member. Be diplomatic—which is a strength of yours. The new moon on the 30th also indicates a time for your job to become a focus on your mind—especially if you want a promotion.

Suggestion: Buy a pumpkin at The Garden (921 Manhattan Ave.) & carve it into something adorable and/or scary—like a ghost cat. 

♏ SCORPIO ♏

You are absolutely dazzling this month—your sultry nature is magnetizing. Until the 18th, Venus is in your sign, making you feel extra passionate. Then, on the 22nd, the sun will land in your sign, making you focus on your goals and passions—this is your time to be ambitious and put yourself out there. This month is also a time for you to heal and rest, as the sun will go through Libra and your 12th house of subconscious healing. This calls for you to work through any emotional issues with have with yourself and others, and attempt to fix them. Otherwise, these problems, like relationship insecurities, will only keep popping up. This is also a time to end toxic relationships, jobs, and other aspects of your life holding you back.

This month will also prove to be busy in your social life, which is a good thing even if you feel tired, since you need all the support from your friends that you can get.

Suggestion: Buy a banging new record—or an old favorite like T.Rex’s “Electric Warrior” at Rough Trade (64 N 9th Street)—and throw a dance party.

♐ SAGITTARIUS ♐

You are a social butterfly this month. Everyone in your life is looking to you for fun and support—and luckily for you, you’re good at both of these things. You want to be there for everyone, but make sure to schedule in enough relaxation time so your work isn’t affected by everything you’re doing. Mars lands in Capricorn, which is your income zone all month, which means you’ll be busy with your career—whether that means you took on more work or are trying to get your name out there more. Venus moves into Saturn and align in Sagittarius on the 29th, which means good news on the job front is on the way.

Venus comes into your 12th house until the 18th and you’ll rock the rose-colored glasses—which means you’re about to get more attention—and it’s not always attention you want though. Let yourself have freedom, but also don’t get overwhelmed by everything. The new moon on the 30th will remind you of the importance of boundaries and saying no—because a burned out Sag is a sad Sag.

Suggestion: Get a “Hey Ladies” cocktail over at Hail Mary (68 Greenpoint Ave.) and have a spooky date with someone special.

♑ CAPRICORN ♑

You’re on this month, to say the least. Until the 22nd, the sun moves alongside Jupiter, putting you in your ambitious zone. Since Mars is sailing through Capricorn all month, this only intensifies how determined you are when it comes to your career. Beware of keeping a healthy work-life balance, though. Be sure to plan a few social events in the beginning of the month to keep you balanced. Venus is visiting you until the 18th, indicating you feel a little restless in your romantic life. Keep your options open if you can. If you have a partner, make sure to do new things and have a separate life, in order to keep the mystery alive. On the 29th, Saturn meets with Venus, making it a very romantic night.

Suggestion: Get a lobster roll and a drink at Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. (114 Nassau Ave.) as a way to keep the summer alive.

♒ AQUARIUS ♒

This is a month for you to open up to others and focus on your relationships. The sun joins Jupiter in Libra and your ninth house of honesty until October 22. You want everything to feel real, which is partially why you also are hit with the travel bug this month—you want to explore. That being said, Venus is in your career house until the 18th, meaning that you have obligations you need to be present for.

The sun will be in Scorpio for a month on the 22nd, which makes your professional life a priority for you. The Scorpio new moon on the 30th could bring brings a huge development for you—and it’s a good one. Make sure to keep your stress levels at bay, since you’re clearly working overtime. This is not a time for you to not be on you’re A-game.

Suggestion: Check out the smoked salmon benedict for brunch over at Anella (222 Franklin St.) with your BFF.

♓ PISCES ♓

This month is all about the deeper meaning for you. The sun joins Jupiter in your esoteric house until the 22nd, which are also joined by Mercury from the 7th on. Basically, you’re really going to get to know the people around you this month, and you’ll be forming new bonds with people—or getting closer to those you already know. Keep in mind, however, not to get codependent with someone. It’s easy to do so, but never healthy. Your career is about to get revamped on the new moon on the 16th as Aries is in your house of income. All of your hard work be coming to fruition. That being said, be careful with those around you at work, you don’t want to be ruthless.

Suggestion: Time to get mussels for lunch and catch up with a friend over at Esme (999 Manhattan Ave.). Great for a rainy day.

♈ ARIES ♈

October is super relationship-focused for you, to the point that you may be totally lost in your relationship. Your partnership is growing into something special and exclusive, especially since the sun moves on to Scorpio on the 22nd. Love is definitely in the air for you, whether you’re with someone new or old. However, you still need to focus on your job and career, especially as Mars is drifting through Capricorn, which is your 10th house of success all month. Aim high—because if you don’t, you won’t get what you want. Your hard work will pay off at the new moon on the 16th—there will be a change for you coming on the 29th, both in your home life and career.

Suggestion: Get a group together and eat order a pizza at Adelina’s (159 Greenpoint Ave.)—maybe after an unofficial workshop. 

♉ TAURUS ♉

You need to slow down this month, and really evaluate what you want in all aspects of your life, since you’ve been on “go” for awhile. The full moon on the 16th lands in your 12th house of endings, which means you should let go of all your relationships that just aren’t working out—even if it’s super hard. Sometimes these relationships aren’t going to end forever, but morph into something else. That being said, your month is full of social events and opportunities, so take hold of them.

Suggestion: Delight in a delicious macaroon at Bakeri (105 Freeman Street). 

♊ GEMINI ♊

October is the month of love for you. Libra is brining out the flirt in you, and because Mars ins in your seductive 8th house all month, you are basically just pure magic. Venus also slides into your commitment zone on the 18th, making a relationship super serious for you. That being said, the 22nd brings your health into picture. You need to start paying attention to your body, especially when you’re so busy with other people.

Suggestion: Reinvent yourself at Beacon’s Closet (74 Guernsey St.).

♋ CANCER ♋

You are a hermit this month, and that’s not a bad thing. You seek solitude in many ways, but there are going to be many moments of socialization this month too. A lot of friends from out of town may decide to visit you, which will make your home life and social life combine. But don’t think this means your romantic life is on the down low. It’s not. Mars is in Capricorn all month, which basically means your seventh house of relationships is on fire. You’ll be busy with dates, which means you may definitely find yourself enthralled by someone at the end of the month.

Suggestion: Check out the East River Ferry rides from the base of India Street and do some writing/journaling on the ride. 

♌ LEO ♌

Guess what? This month is for you. You are keeping busy in really great ways. Whether it’s drinks with friends, new hot dates, or taking a writing class, you are really upping your game. The full moon comes in your house of publishing on the 16th, which indicates a boost in your passions and career. This full moon also makes you want to travel—so do it. Plan a short trip somewhere.

Venus heads into Sagittarius from the 18th, which means your romantic life is about to take a seductive turn. But don’t forget about your job, because you need that money.

Suggestion: Go to the Brooklyn Night Bazaar (150 Greenpoint Ave.) on the weekend with a few friends and check out the live music.

♍ VIRGO ♍

October is going to be a successful month for you, as the sun will be in your money zone until the 22nd. This also means you should be networking as much as you can, since a dream opportunity may land in your lap. When it comes to your love life, Mars and Capricorn align in your fifth house of fame, self-expression, and romance. This means you’re going to be attracting many people, so don’t be surprised if you get a lot of attention and offers. The new moon on the 30th indicates you may team up with someone in a deeper way—a friend may also need your support by the end of the month.

Suggestion: Get your art on and go to PS1 MOMA (22-25 Jackson Ave., LIC) for a quiet day by yourself.

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Ferrets, Cornstalk Towers, & Church Condos – The Hook Up (5/30)

In preparation for Summer, PS1 has announced the full lineup for the 2014 Warm Up series, which will take place around the new outdoor installation, Hy-Fi, “a staggering and magnificent waste, energy, and carbon-emmissions-free circular tower of bricks made out of cornstalks and living root structures.” Since that description makes no sense at all, I guess you’ll have to go see it for yourself.

This is terrifying. A Greenpoint resident was locked in the McCarren Park Bathroom by an evil park worker…

Oh and hey, do you need a butt facial? You can get one in Williamsburg. Just ask for the “Shiney Hiney.”

Mayor De Blasio made a crucial move in his political career last weekend when he made it legal to own ferrets in NYC. I’ve been waiting my whole life for this moment. Continue reading

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Christmas Staycation, Brooklyn Style

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It’s that time of year, when everyone you know heads to the suburbs to hang out with their parents and open lots of presents and reminisce about simpler childhood times. Either that or they’re headed to Miami to make us all jealous with Instagram pictures of the beach.

But while they’re getting tan and cozy, we have the city all to ourselves– from the born and bred New Yorkers to the ones who couldn’t afford an overpriced flight home, we make up the rag tag band of stragglers left to fend for ourselves in the metropolis over Christmas.

But, it’s really not half-bad.  If you avoid the tourist top spots and head to some off-the-beaten-path activities, your NYC Christmas Staycation can be truly magical. Get ready for the NYC Christmas that makes Home Alone 2 look like a snore. Continue reading

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Frankenhooker, Free Tattoos, & Summer’s Farewell- What’s Happening Greenpoint? (8/28-9/2)

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WEDNESDAY 8/28
Levi’s Commuter Bike Shop Presents @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 N 6th St) 5-11pm, FREE,  Performances by Javelin / Lemonade / Tanlines (DJ Set) with free tune-ups, quick repairs, & valet for your bikes as well plus complimentary PBR and Jameson Black Barrel, RSVP
♦  Drink & Draw with Live Jazz @ The Living Gallery (1094 Broadway, Bushwick) 7-9pm, $10, Sketch models while listening to the avant-garde stylings of the Lauren Lee Jazz Project (drawing materials provided), RSVP
♫  VietNam / Prince Rupert’s DropsBegushkin / DJ Jonathan Toubin @ Union Pool (484 Union Ave) 9pm, $10 BUY TIX

THURSDAY 8/29
* Just in time for Labor Day, fast food workers will take to the streets to protest for higher wages in 35 US Cities, More Info*
♫  Les Savy Fav / Delorean / Small Black @ House of Vans (25 Franklin St) 6pm, FREE, RSVP
Sailor Jerry Labor Day Kick-Off Party @ 229 Roebling St, 7pm, FREE, rum slushies, free Bark hot dogs, live music, and compimentary Sailor Jerry tattoos (for true brand loyalists)
•  Judgment Day: Book Caging of Dolan Morgan’s Google Place Reviews @ WORD (126 Franklin St), 7-8pm, Instead of releasing his new book, author Dolan Moran will “cage”  it from the world forever (go find out what this means and report back, we’re intrigued), RSVP
♫ Mad Chemistry @ The West (379 Union Ave) 7-10:30pm, a night of acoustic performances by Chuck Burns / Zach Hurd / Mount Moon, RSVP
♫ Kitsuné Club Night @ Output (74 Wythe Ave) 10pm, $15, with Claddixxx / Digitalism / Lou Teti / Le Youth / Plastic Plates / Malandro, BUY TIX

FRIDAY 8/30
♦ City Limits Opening @ Fuchs Projects (56 Bogart St, Bushwick) 7-10pm, 6 artists were directed to throw a dart at an NYC subway map, travel to the end of the line they hit, and use what their surroundings to create art, More Info
♫  Yacht / Ludwig Persik / Ryan Power @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 N 6th St) 8pm, $16, BUY TIX
♥ Frankenhooker @ Nitehawk (136 Metropolitan Ave) 12:20am, What happens when a medical student puts the decapitated head of his dead fiancee on the body parts of various (also dead) prostitutes? An awesome movie, that’s what, Trailer 

SATURDAY 8/31
Summer Thunder @ Union Pool (484 Union Ave) 2pm, FREE, with Thurston Moore / Nate Wooley / Ryan Sawyer / Daniel Higgs, plus tacos, booze, and backyard dancing, More Info
♫  Warm Up @ P.S. 1 (22-25 Jackson Ave, LIC) 3pm, $18 (includes museum admission), with Cajmere / Liars / Lil Silva / IO Echo / Jon Hopkins / Miles, with drinks, food, and awesome water-filled outdoor architecture you can sit on (this is the last Warm Up of the Summer!), More Info
♫ Five Years of Captured Tracks @ The Wick (272 Meserole St) 3pm, $30, DIIV / Mac DeMarco / Soft Moon / MINKS / Chris Cohen / Heavenly Beat, BUY TIX
Back to the Beach @ Rippers/ Rockaway Surf Club (Beach 86/87th St, Rockaways) FREE, Last beach party of the Summer in 2 parts: 6pm @ Rippers with Kids Row / Zula / Crazy Pills, followed by 8pm @Surf Club with Blackout / Hector’s Pets / Wild Yaks, featuring DJ’s, food vendors, and a special late night Rockabus to take you home, More Info
♫  Friends / Greatest Hits / Haribo @ Glasslands (289 Kent) 8pm, $1o, BUY TIX
♫  Jon Hopkins / Paul Raffaele / Justin Strauss @ Cameo Gallery (93 N 6th St) 11:45om, $1o, BUY TIX

SUNDAY 9/1
♫ Five Years of Captured Tracks @ The Wick (272 Meserole St) 3pm, $30, Wild Nothing / Beach Fossils / Widowspeak / Blouse / Soft Metals & more, BUY TIX
Hippy / Beach Arabs / Highway Gimps / The Indecent @ Silent Barn (603 Bushwick Ave) 8pm, $7 (all ages), More Info
☺Run From the Police Comedy @ Muchmore’s (2 Havemeyer St) 8:30pm, FREE, local comedians, drinks, and (apparently) laundry rooms in the back if you feel like getting your Sunday chores done

MONDAY 9/2 (Happy Labor Day!)
Fool’s Gold Day Off @ Williamsburg Park (50 Kent Ave) 2pm, FREE, Celebrate NO WORK with Danny Brown / Duck Sauce / ASAP FERG / Migos / Run the Jewels / Unibros / World’s Fair, RSVP
♥ Beats & BBQ: The Labor Day Wind Down @ LP n’ Harmony (683 Grand St) 3-10pm, feast on a free plate of BBQ (with drink purchase) while jamming to some soulful dance tunes,  More Info
♦ Twilight Figure Drawing @ Brooklyn Fire Proof (119 Ingraham St, Bushwick) 4:30-7pm, $15/$10 with friend, join the Brooklyn Society of Draftsman (a club of artists with a super fancy name) for happy hour drinks and drawing

UPCOMING
# Tickets are now on sale for Taste Williamsburg (9/22) @ East River State Park , 1-6pm, with food from Adelina’s, Nights and Weekends, Anella and zillions more

♫ Music
♥ Pheremones likely
♦ Art Event
☺ Comedy Event
# Foodie Event

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Bad Credit No Credit, Beloved BDay, Derby Day, Cinco De Mayo, Spring Calvacade, Fading Ads, The National: What’s Happening Greenpoint? (5/1-5/8)

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WEDNESDAY 5/1

 I Stay Under Glass @ Picture Farm (338 Wythe Ave) 6-9pm, Photography by Grant Cornett, RSVP
♫ Bad Credit No Credit / Hard Bodies / Bueno / Rohypnotise @ Shea Stadium (20 Meadow St, Bushwick) 8pm, $7, RSVP

THURSDAY 5/2

* The Audacity of Hops Book Launch Party @ The Brooklyn Brewery (79 North 11th St) 7:30-10:30pm, FREE, Tom Acitelli speaks about the history of Brooklyn Brewery, copies of his book will be on sale. Reservation required, email audacityofhopsbook(at)gmail.com, More Info
♫ Starlight Girls / The Suzan / Dangerous Ponies / Slutever @ Death by Audio (49 S. 2nd St)8pm, $7 RSVP

FRIDAY 5/3

♥ Beloved Birthday Party @ Beloved (674 Manhattan Ave) 5pm-Late, Drink specials/Fernet-Branca Bicycle raffle/DJ group Kids With Snakes and a makeout corner! More Info
♦ Resurrection @ The Active Space (566 Johnson Ave, Bushwick) Opening Reception 6-10pm, FREE, Artists Katie Bell, Suzanna Goldenberg, Rachel Hayes, JR Larson, Matt Miller, Bridget Mullen, Rosee Tibbles, RSVP
♥ le BUMP: The Revenge @ Over The Eight (594 Union Ave) 10:30pm-Close, FREE, Get sweaty at the newest bar in town with DJs Mister Disco & Brian Blackout, RSVP

SATURDAY 5/4

• Spring Handmade Cavalcade @ The Space (50 N.3rd St) 10am-5pm, FREE, Featuring
over 35 local artisans, designers and crafters, More Info
• A Four Roses Kentucky Derby @ Noorman’s Kil (609 Grand St) 2pm, FREE, Listen to the race over the radio, Four Roses Mint Juleps, best dressed contest, RSVP
• Kentucky Derby Party @ Videology (308 Bedford Ave) 3-7pm, FREE, 3pm, $6 mint juleps and Derby pie, More Info
• Kentucky Derby Day @Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer Street) 3pm, Ladies millinery competition, Bluegrass blue-plate special, More Info
• Kentucky Der-B-Q @ Mark Bar (1025 Manhattan Ave) 4pm, Kentucky BBQ
$6 Mint Juleps, RSVP
♦ Nurturing Nature Art Exhibit @ The ceeflat (988 Manhattan Ave) 4-10pm, Nature-Inspired pieces by Carla E. Reyes and Ian Montgomery, musical performances from The Devyl Nellys / Mission On Mars / Ghandi, RSVP
♦ Significant Matters @ Projekt722 (722 Metropolitan Ave, 2nd Fl) Opening Reception 6-9pm, FREE, artwork by Nobutaka Aozaki, Miwa Koizumi, Kenichi Nakajima, Andrew Zarou, More Info
♫ Phebe Starr / Clementine & The Galaxy / Bob and Martha @ Paper Box (17 Meadow St, Bushwick) 6-9pm, $12, RSVP
♫ East Bank Music Series @ The Episcopal Church of the Ascension (127 Kent Ave St) 8pm, $10 suggested, Performers from Manhattan School of Music’s put on an evening of contemporary classical music, More Info

SUNDAY 5/5 (Cinco De Mayo)

* Fading Ads of Greenpoint Walking Tour @ All Over Greenpoint, 11:30am, FREE, Join Preservation Greenpoint and photographer Frank Jump on a walking tour of the fading ads of Greenpoint, RSVP for meeting location, More Info
♦ A Lot of Sorrow featuring The National @ MoMA PS1 (22-25 Jackson Ave, LIC) Noon-6pm, $15 , Artist Ragnar Kjartansson sought out The National, to perform their song, Sorrow, repeatedly in a six-hour live loop for this performance, More Info
• Cinco De Mayo @
One Stop Beer Shop (134 Kingsland Ave) Noon-2am, FREE, Complimentary Teacate & Dos Equis, prizes, RSVP
• Cinco De Mayo Brunch
@ Sindicato De Cocineros (57A Nassau Ave) 12-4pm, $1 fish taco, $5 tecate & shot, $6 margaritas, first come first serve
• Cinco De Mayo @ Habitat (988 Manhattan Ave) Noon-11pm, Three Amigos playing on the big screen all day plus drink specials, More Info
♦ Works Cited, reprised
@ Cleopatra’s (110 Meserole St) 3pm, curated by Olivian Chan, a set of reflections, deflections and thoughtful quotations linked through a shared involvement in a series of displays and programs at the Los Angeles Public Library, RSVP
Greenpointers “Cinco De Mayo” Sunday Supper #5  
@ Beloved (674 Manhattan Ave) 7pm-9pm, $4o, special “Cinco De Mayo” Greenmarket inspired menu created by Chef Heather Cahill of Farm to Fridge, More Info
Run from the Police Comedy
@ Muchmore’s (2 Havenmeyer St) 8:30-11pm, FREE
♫ Body Language / Pegasus Warning /#1 Kid
@ Glasslands (289 Kent Ave) 8:30pm, $12, RSVP

MONDAY 5/6
* Greenpoint Landing Public Meeting @ McCarren Park Recreational Center (776 Lorimer St) 6:30pm, learn about Greenpoint Landing, 77 Commercial St, Newtown Barge and Box Street Parks

TUESDAY 5/7
*S.A.S.S. Presents: Historical Figures who Said “Fuck it.” @ Public Assembly (70 N.6th St) 7pm, FREE, lecture covers military leaders who gave up when the going got rough / abandoned construction projects / ladies who decided they just had enough, RSVP
The Trap-Variety Show @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St) 8pm, FREE, Dan St. Germain / Jamie Lee / Will Hines / Natalie Shure / Hand Job Academy, RSVP

*  Greenpointers’ Pick
♫ Music
♥  Pheremones likely
♦  Art Event
☺ Comedy Event
#  Foodie Event

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