WEDNESDAY 4/20 * Dusty Rose 4/20 Pop-Up @ Dusty Rose Vintage (251 Greenpoint Ave) 7pm, FREE, In honor of stoners’ favorite day, there will be ceramic pipes, weed-themed items, live screenprinting, and 20% off, More info ♫ Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die @ Manhattan Inn (632 Manhattan Ave) 10pm, FREE, A tribute to Willie Nelson presented by Hypnocraft, More info
THURSDAY 4/21 ^ Updates, or C’est la Vie @ Triple Canopy (155 Freeman St) 7pm, $5, an evening of readings with poets Gabriela Jauregui, Maxwell Paparella, and Mónica de la Torre, More info * Cinema Club Vol 51: Wandering @ Videology (308 Bedford Ave) 8pm, FREE, Featuring shorts from directors Andrew Gitomer, Anu Valia, Mohammad Adel, Sophia Tamburrini, and Greg Browe, More info ♫ The End of Bread @ The Hall at MP (470 Driggs Ave) 8pm, $20, A night of merriment and matzoh-themed pop music with the Jewbadours, Buy tix
WEDNESDAY 3/30 * Participatory Budgeting Expo @ Greenpoint Beer & Ale (7 North 15th St) 6pm, FREE, Meet your neighbors and learn about each of the proposed projects on the ballot from the people who developed them, More info * We Missed You Party @ Kinfolk (94 Wythe Ave) 7pm, FREE, Celebrate the relaunch of Vice‘s completely redesigned magazine, More info ♫ Jacques’ Experimental Church Concert @ San Damiano Mission (85 N 15th Street), 8pm, FREE, Anyone is welcome to bring a random object to contribute and Jacques, a French electro artist, will incorporate it into his soundscape of experimental electronic music. More info
THURSDAY 3/31 ☺ We the People Live @ Over the Eight (594 Union Ave) 7:30pm, FREE, Comics and journalists join HuffPost LIVE host Josh Zepps to break down the headlines—and one another, RSVP ♦ Trauma Salon: Idealism & Icthyosis @ Panoply Performance Lab (104 Meserole St) 8pm, With Robert Pepper, David Ian Griess, Alex Cohen, Sylva Dean and Me, and Janna Pelle, RSVP ♫ In Memory of Michael @ Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Ave) 8pm, $10, Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall performed in its entirety by 11-piece band Atomic Funk Project, More info
It all started four years ago, in response to the devastation that Hurricane Sandy had left in her path. As some parents were forced to deal with “real life issues” like finding temporary shelter, food and clothing for their families, thousands of children were sadly not going to be able to celebrate the holidays. Continue reading →
(sponsored)Dina Gadia: Non Mint Copy Opening Reception Owen James Gallery, 61 Greenpoint Ave, Suite 315 May 8th, 6pm, FREE Dina Gadia is a mixed-media artist who subverts the artifice often found in the commercial and popular culture influences in her native Philippines. Through her reuse of vintage material, Gadia reveals the inherent antagonism and prejudices applied to elements of taste, cultural imperialism, sexuality, and nationalism. More info
WEDNESDAY 5/06 * Bullshit Olympics @ Videology (308 Bedford Ave) 7pm, FREE, A safe space where artists and performers gather to celebrate the pretentious highlights of their artistic and intellectual pasts, More info ^ Outer Space Is Infinite and Empty and So Am I @ Mellow Pages Library (56 Bogart St) 7pm, FREE, Readings from John Mortara / Sarah Jean Grimm / Anna Meister / Sabra Embury / Hannah Lilith Assadi / Bud Smit, RSVP * Lucha Lubre @ Don Pedro’s (90 Manhattan Ave) 8pm, $10, The world’s only lube-based Lucha Libre wrestling federation, More info
(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 7/09 * SummerScreen: Back to the Future@ McCarren Park (North 12th & Lorimer St) 6pm, FREE, With pre-movie music by Tonstartssbandht and The Dreebs presented by Showpaper, RSVP ♫ Mark Kraus @ Pete’s Candy Store (709 Lorimer St) 10pm, FREE, In his first show in three years, Mark will play songs from his upcoming record “The Depths,” RSVP
Thursday is the last day of the McBurney YMCA’s Online Auction and there are still deals to be had on several Greenpoint area spots. I am SO grateful for the businesses who were kind enough to donate to the auction and help out the Strong Kids Campaign.
Auction Ends: Thursday Dec 16, 2010 at 11:30 PM EST – BID NOW!