Happy Bronx Week! Check out the website for 140+ free events through May 20th. What a fabulous way to explore the borough!
Monday, May 14
Franklin Park Reading Series - FREE!
Head to Crown Heights’ hippest bar (and beer garden!) for $4 pints and awesome raffle prizes! Tonight’s event features literary journals and small press writers.
8-11pm, 618 St. Johns Place, btwn Franklin and Classon Aves, Crown Heights, Brooklyn, 2/3/4/5 trains to Franklin Ave
Tuesday, May 15
Meet the Birds at Bryant Park – Free!
You may have missed Petal Storm last week, but head to Midtown to meet the birds of Arcadia Bird Sanctuary. This weekly event is sure to ruffle your feathers!
11am-2pm, Bryant Park (meet at Le Carrousel), 42nd St @ 5th Ave, B/D/F/M to Bryant Park
Kings of Karaoke- FREE!
Free entertainment and free shots for singing! This BoCoCa party is not to be missed. Show of your skills and impress some hipsters at Camp.
9pm-1am, CAMP, 179 Smith St. (btwn. Warren St. & Wyckoff St.
Wednesday, May 16
Columbia University and New York University graduations happen today! Congratulations Class of 2012!
Thursday, May 17
La French Salon Soiree at the Jewish Museum
Experience the artistic social scene of early 20th century Paris. Dress in your finest salon era garb and celebrate in style. Acrobatic performances by Trixie Little & The Evil Hate Monkey, Music by Les Chauds Lapins, Tours of the exhibition Edouard Vuillard: A Painter and His Muses, 1890–1940, Master illusionist Jeff Grow, Live event drawings by artist Luma Rouge, Open bar. $12 in advance, $15 day of event
8-11pm, 1109 5th Ave @ 92nd St, 4/5/6 to 86th St
Ingrid Michaelson at Terminal 5
Tickets for this songstress always sell out, but you can definitely find tickets at the door…
7pm, Terminal 5, 610 W 56th St
No Comments | Posted on May 14, 2012 | Categories: Brooklyn, Crown Heights, Entertainment, Event-Related, From the Blog, Weekday Forecast
Monday, April 16
$1 High Life All Day
Brooklyn Stable, a large comfortable bar with an outdoor area, offers $1 High Life all day to make your Mondays better!
Brooklyn Stable, 486 Metropolitan Ave (btw Meeker Ave and Rodney st) subway: L to Bedford Ave
Tuesday, April 17
School Night!: Kraftwerk Afterparty feat. Nosaj Thing - FREE!
Come to this Volkswagen-sponsored Kraftwerk Afterparty with a performance from Nosaj Thing, LA-based hip-hop/trance artist and producer. Other performers include pop trio High Highs and a DJ set from Yeasayer. Also, it has a cost you cannot beat – free.
The Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery, F to 2nd Ave., 9 pm, free with RSVP
Wednesday, April 18
d r a w n o u t – Robot Spring
Are you an artist or an aspiring artist? Are you tired of drawing the same awkwardly nude models in the same boring white-walled room? Bring your drawing pads and go to this event, which will feature live costumed models, music, and tasty drinks. RSVP at DrawnOutRSVP@gmail.com.
Cantina Royal, 58 N. 3rd St. (Brooklyn), L to Bedford Ave., 8:30 pm, $10.
Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film festival begins on Wednesday and runs through April 29th. Check here for the film schedule.
Free Concert at Juilliard (for students)
According to a trustworthy insider it will be amazing. They will perform an epic piece called “Alpine Symphony” by Richard Strauss which represents someone climbing a mountain and witnessing the break of day among other awesome pieces.
8 pm, Avery Hall, Juilliard @ Lincoln Center Plaza, subway: 1 to 66th st
No Comments | Posted on April 16, 2012 | Categories: From the Blog, Weekday Forecast
Monday, April 2nd
Beer and Bacon Happy Hour
Every first Monday of the month Rèst-âü-Ránt, a wine and beer bar in Queens has a beer and bacon Happy Hour all night long. There will even be bacon cocktails, somehow.
Rèst-âü-Ránt,30-01 35th Ave (@30th st), 4pm-2am, subway: N/W to 36th Ave
Tuesday, April 3rd
Now, Now at Cameo Gallery
Midwestern trio Now, Now is playing at the Cameo Gallery this Tuesday night. In addition to their tight jeans and awkward posture, Now, Now’s indie jams have garnered critical acclaim and fan praise for the past few years.
Cameo Gallery, 93 N. 6th Street, L to Bedford Ave., 8 pm, $10.
NPR Comedy at Union Hall
NPR brings to you comedy, storytelling, burlesque and sideshow acts. Jeff Simmermon (storyteller This American Life) Cyndi Freeman (storyteller and burlesque performer) and Brad Lawrence (The Moth GRANDslam champion) will all perform.
Union Hall 702 Union St, 8pm, subway: D/N/R to Union st, $10 cover (get there early, seats are limited!)
Crappy Cinema Council - FREE!
The Crappy Cinema Council host a live comedy show the 1st Tuesday of every month about crappy cinema — this month’s theme is the 90’s.
Public Assembly, 70 N. 6th st, doors at 9pm, subway: L to Bedford Ave
Wednesday, April 4th
Kiss and Tell: Bumblebee Disco
Spring is in the air, and celebrate by dancing the night away to house, disco, and vintage dance tracks. Before 10 pm, a full dinner menu will be served, along with a raw bar. Dress in your best yellow and black.
Bellwether, 594 Union Ave., L to Bedford Ave., 9 pm, $5.
No Comments | Posted on April 2, 2012 | Categories: From the Blog, Nightlife, Weekday Forecast
Monday, March 19
Gomez at The Brooklyn Bowl
Gomez, a British blues-influenced rock band, will be playing at the Brooklyn Bowl Monday night. Previously featured on Grey’s Anatomy, Gomez deftly weaves several genres of music, including rock, blues, psychedelic, and folk.
The Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave., L to Bedford Ave., Doors: 6 PM, Show: 8 PM, $20.
Tuesday, March 20th
Ska and Reggae Band Performance, Movie Showing, Vodka Tasting
The band G.R.A.S.S (Gowanus Reggae and Ska Society) which purports to take Bob Marley to a whole new level will perform, following by a screening of the movie Vodka Rocks! (the soundtrack for which was written by G.R.A.S.S’ saxophonist Michael Blake) followed by a vodka tasting!
Jalopy, 315 Columbia St, F/G to Carroll St, 7:45 pm, $10
FREE Italian Ice at Rita’s!
Enjoy the first day of spring with this fantastic annual give away! From 12pm-9pm, Rita’s is giving away free regular sized italian ices! Any flavor!
Rita’s, 2486 Broadway, 1/2/3 to 96th St
Wednesday, March 20
Oberhofer at Bowery Ballroom
With his debut album Time Capsules II being released on March 27th, after having worked on it last fall with legendary producer Steve Lillywhite (U2, The Rolling Stones, and others), Brad Oberhofer is having a big year. His catchy psychedlic pop tunes, combined with his intensely personal song lyrics, make this show one not to be missed.
Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., B/D to Grand St., 8:30 PM, $15 and $13 advance
Monty Python and The Holy Grail Movie Screening and Mixer
Enjoy a Monty Python screening, free food, trivia, and drink specials. Lots of people to make “I fart in your general direction” jokes with!
Stone Creek, 140 E 27th st, Subway: 4.6 to 28 st, 6:00-10:100 pm, $7 (or two for $10) buy here.
No Comments | Posted on March 19, 2012 | Categories: Event-Related, From the Blog, Nightlife, Weekday Forecast
Cookies and Booze, Version 10
This is a 10th annual Yelp event for which you donate a few dollars to a charity and bring a baked good (in the past people have brought homemade spicy goldfish crackers, world peace cookies, brownies, and flour-less chocolate cake). You get to mingle, enjoy other people’s culinary masterpieces, and have a few drinks! Everyone will be in the back of the bar on a picnic table under the covered patio.
d.b.a 41 1st Ave, 6:00-10:00pm, subway: F to 2nd Ave
Lady Jane’s Salon: A Romance Reading Series
Madame X, a Greenwich Village Bar (with red lighting that makes everything look cool) is hosting a romance novel reading. Admission is $5 or a gently used paperback romance novel to benefit a NYC women’s charity. There will also be $5 drink specials.
Madame X, 94 W Houston St, 7pm, subway: 1 to Houston St
Tennis at Music Hall of Williamsburg
Tennis, comprised of husband and wife Patrick Riley and Alaina Moore, have almost too much cuteness to handle. After having met while studying philosophy in college, they made their debut album, Cape Dory, about a seven-month romantic sailing expedition down the Eastern Atlantic Seaboard. With their meandering indie jams, Tennis is a band not to miss.
Music Hall of Williamsburg, 66 North 6th St., 8 pm, L to Bedford Ave., $15
Spring Break Art Show- FREE!
This Armory Arts Week, 23 curators will feature the works of more than 50 artists in the classrooms and corridors of Old School. Using over 20 classrooms, hallways, and unique areas in one of the city’s oldest schoolhouses, new art works will be on display, arranged by curators representing the more recent creative contributions of the Lower East Side, Williamsburg, Gowanus, and Bushwick. Apocalist, the inaugural fair’s curatorial theme, invites the sense of direction, disorder, celebration, or disdain generated by real or invented global or personal assumptions of calamity.
233 Mott St, N/R to Prince St, 6-9pm $, through March 11, firstname.lastname@example.org
Honey Me to Tears - FREE!
Honey Space bittersweetly announces the penultimate exhibition. The exhibition presents the work of 24 artists, including all those who have presented solo exhibitions at Honey Space, as well as members of the larger creative family who have labored, loved, and in so many other ways breathed life into this anomalous, shape-shifting entity on the western edge of Chelsea. Later this year the building housing Honey Space will be demolished to make way for new development- an eventuality that was always understood, though it’s arrival date remained uncertain. It was this fate that cleared the ground for Honey Space to take root in the time it did. Great tribute is owed to Alf Naman, without whose beneficence and bold trust Honey Space would never have been possible.
148 11th Ave, between 21st and 22nd Sts, 1/A/C/E to 23rd St, 6-9pm
Sci Cafe: From Poison to Panacea, Using Snake Venom to Combat Cancer - FREE!
Enjoy cocktails, science and conversation at this monthly after hours series at the American Museum of Natural History. Professor Frank Markland, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Southern California, will discuss how snake venom, though extremely dangerous to humans also can be a source of cancer-fighting compounds. Food and drink available for purchase.
American Museum of Natural History Central Park West at 79th st, 7pm, Subway: C to 81st St- Museum of Natural History, 21+ ID
Adult Education Presents – Science: Fact and Fiction – FREE!
Adult Education is a monthly series of lectures that attempt to make useless information slightly less useless. This month’s presentation includes The Science of Battlestar Galactica author Patrick Di Justo and host Charles Star.
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, 126 Crosby Street, 7 pm, N/R to Prince St., free.
No Comments | Posted on March 5, 2012 | Categories: Attractions, Entertainment, Event-Related, From the Blog, Weekday Forecast
Yelp Drinks: A Week of Half Priced Drinks
Check here for a list of bars offering the deal.
Monday, February 27
Bare: True Stories of Sex, Desire and Romance
Spice up your Monday with this series of stories from comedians, sex educators, and others about their sexual experiences, both romantic and not-so-romantic. With a varied list of speakers and nothing taboo, this is sure to be an interesting night.
Union Hall, 702 Union St., N/R to Union St., Doors at 8 pm, $8.
Tuesday, February 28
Fiction Addiction at 2A - FREE!
Join Fiction Addiction in the upstairs of cozy 2A Bar for the February edition of the reading series, focused on love, lust, and longing, the stuff of February. Stories and novels by: Edmund White, Patrick McGrath, Helen Phillips and Jenny Zhang.
2A, Southwest corner of Second Street and Avenue A, Upstairs Bar, 8 p.m., no cover
Pillow Talk – FREE!
Pillow Talk is a free, live, monthly, variety talk show for people who hate comedy at Cameo Gallery in Williamsburg. Showcasing the most vivacious, talented and attractive performers NYC has to offer, Ariel of Ariel’s Guide to Successful Living interviews her guests over home baked vegan cookies and almond milk after they perform. February’s guests: Brent Sullivan and Sabrina Jalees. Musical guest: Sam Morris.
Cameo Gallery, 93 N. 6th Street, (in the back of the Loving Cup Cafe), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 7:30 pm
Matisse, Picasso, and the Parisian Avant Garde at the Met
This exhibition unveils over 200 paintings collected by Gertrude Stein, her brothers Leo and Michael, and Michael’s wife Sarah displaying the impact that the Stein patronage had on the Paris art scene in te 1920’s.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, February 28- June 3rd, 1000 Fifth Ave (at 82nd st) 4.5.6 to 86th-st.
Wednesday, February 29
Last Wednesdays at Matchless: Dark Hearts - FREE!
Sick of the cutesiness that characterizes Valentine’s Day and the month of February? Celebrate Leap Day and the end of February by jamming out to dark, moody love songs.
Bar Matchless, 557 Manhattan Avenue (Back Room), L to Bedford Ave., 9:30 pm, free.
Drinks in Exchange for Old Electronics
Exchange your old cellphone, calculator or any old gadget for a beer! Sponsored by Guzu, a New York city based electronic recycling program.
Brother Jimmy’s, 116 E 16th st, (btw Park and Lexington), 5pm-8pm
1 Comment | Posted on February 27, 2012 | Categories: Event-Related, From the Blog, Weekday Forecast
Get Ready for Mardi Gras, NYC!
Monday, February 20
Jameson Whiskey Promotion at Parkside Lounge - FREE!
The Parkside Lounge, an artsy dive bar in the Lower East Side, is giving out free whiskey! Get there before it runs out! (which will probably happen pretty fast)
317 East Houston St, 9:00-10:00pm, subway: F to Broadway-Lafayette st
Tuesday, February 21
Mardi Gras Day (Fat Tuesday) at The Bell House
Come dance your Fat Tuesday away at The Bell House in Brooklyn. The Hungry March Band, a brass-heavy march band, is playing along with The Underground Horns, which specializes in New Orleans-inspired funk.
The Bell House, 149 7th St., Brooklyn, 8 pm, N/R to 9th St., $8.
Party on the Eastern Bloc
$1 PBR + grungy gay bar + a hot body competition for a $50 bar tab at midnight= best night ever
Eastern Bloc, 505 East 6th street at Avenue A, 11:30-12:00 am, 1:30-2:00am, L to 2nd Ave
Wednesday, February 22
Secret Science Club - FREE!
Our sensory organs are what connect us to our environment. But how is all this sensory data - light, shadow, the motion of molecules – interpreted? Do your eyes ever deceive you? Is your mind playing tricks? Neuroscientist David Carmel of NYU’s Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science usesbrain imaging and behavioral experiments to explore how the brain constructs our perception of the world and how those perceptions can be manipulated.
The Bell House, 149 7th Street, Brooklyn. 7:30 p.m.
Standards and Parodies
Featuring kick ass guests and full houses, Evan Laurence’s revamped monthly variety shows bring an amalgam of music, comedy and burlesque to the elegant Ella Lounge. This month’s show explores American standards, a few parodies and twisted interpretations. Featuring the sizzling hot burlesque of Tiny D.
Ella Lounge, 9 Avenue A, Manhattan, 9-11p; $10 admission
The How I Learned Series presents: How I Learned to Chill the F@#k Out About a Lot of Things - FREE!
A monthly, live series in which bloggers, comedians, and writers come together to explore life lessons they’ve learned – some better than others. This month’s installment features Elisa Albert , author of The Book of Dahlia, Eliot Glazer, creator of web series It Gets Betterish, and more. Come early to snag a good spot.
Happy Ending Lounge, 302 Broome Street, 8 pm, J/M/Z/F to Delancey, free.
Urban Girl Squad Seminar: Bitch, Bimbo, or Businesswoman: Overcoming Double Standards in the Workplace
The Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College is offering a workshop for women how to manage and defy stereotypical biases in the workplace. Enjoy wine, hors d’oevres as you network with like-minded professional women and learn important life skills.
The Olivia, 315 West 33rd st, 7th floor, 7:00-9:00 pm, subway: 1 to Penn station.$40 per ticket.
No Comments | Posted on February 20, 2012 | Categories: Attractions, Editor's Pick, Entertainment, Event-Related, From the Blog, Nightlife, Weekday Forecast
Freshen up your History knowledge on Tuesday!
Edward Scissorhands Screening at Bryant Park -FREE!
Ice skating while watching Edward Scissorhands seems vaguely appropriate. Maybe you will be able to better empathize with him, also having sharp objects attached to your limbs.
Citi Pond Ice Rink at Bryant Park, 7:00 pm-9:00pm, Subway: B/D/F/M to 42nd st, Bryant Park, Skate rentals: $14.
The Society for the Advancement of Social Studies - FREE!
While you may feel like you get lectured enough at school, this lecture sounds way more fun since a) it will be about underwear throughout the ages b) there will be fun games and surprise guests c) as well as THEMED DRINKS. The motto is “All the history you knew but forgot and all the booze you need to forget it again.”
Public Assembly 70 N 6th st (btw Kent and Wythe sts) 718.782.5188, 7 pm (lecture starts at 7:30), Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Granta NYC Launch Party - FREE!
Granta, a quarterly literary magazine from the UK famous for featuring contemporary realist fiction from emerging writers, is hosting a launch party for its newest issue – Exit Strategies. With appearances from some of the issue’s contributors (including Alice Monroe, Daniel Alarcon, and Aleksander Hemon), come and discover literature that is sure to be enlightening.
BookCourt, 163 Court St, 7 pm, 2/3 to Borough Hall
Wednesday Night Trivia at Common Ground
Common Ground is a chill comfy bar in the East Village with comfy couches, affordable drinks, and board games like Connect 4, Scattergories, and Taboo. They also host famously challenging and popular Wednesday Night Trivia Games.
Common Ground 206 Avenue A, 9 pm, Subway: L to 1st Ave
A social experiment (featured on NPR) where up to 40 people cook 40 recipes in one Brooklyn apartment. A raucous community-bonding event of wine, socializing, strangers, and food. All recipes must be finished and the space returned to original condition in four hours. Bring ingredients for a dish and a bottle of wine per person.
RSVP at email@example.com for address, 6:30-10:30p; $3-5 suggested donation to cover hosting costs. J,M,Z trains to Myrtle/Broadway station
Psychedelic Circus Wednesdays - FREE!
Happening every 2nd Wednesday of the month, go see comedienne and YouTube celebrity Rosie Rebel’s outrageous variety show. Burlesque, music, and some of New York’s most wonderfully outlandish performance artists will be featured. Spice up your Wednesday by seeing this self-proclaimed “psychedelic circus.”
Freddy’s, 627 5th Ave (Brooklyn), 8 pm, N/R to Prospect Ave
Image Courtesy of Comedy Central
1 Comment | Posted on February 6, 2012 | Categories: Attractions, Editor's Pick, Event-Related, From the Blog, Nightlife, Only in New York, Weekday Forecast
It's Broadway Week!
All week (through Saturday February 4th) all Broadway shows are 2-for-1. And if you’d rather watch something Off Broaday, guess what? Off-Broadway week is 1/30-2/12 and you can buy 2-for-1 tickets for those shows too!
Monday, January 30th
Grab your pad and pencils for a night of inspired drawing, comedy and music, draw-a-thon-style! The Draw-mania draw-a-thon is a figure drawing party for artists, featuring some of New York’s top art models in a variety of poses to inspire your creativity (bring your own drawing materials).
Otto’s Shrunken Head, 538 East 14th Street, between Avenue A and B, Manhattan, 8p-midnight; $15
The State of the Occupation Address: Where We’ve Gone and What to Expect From Occupy in 2012 - FREE
A launch party for The Declaration of the Occupation of New York City (second edition), a booklet comprised of documents related to Occupy Wall Street. Free copies of the book will be distributed at the event along with a discussion with some of New York’s leading social activists.
Housing Works Bookstore Café, 126 Crosby Street, 7 pm, B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette St
Tuesday, January 31st
Artist Talk at the Guggenheim (FREE with student ID)
A program called “when night falls in the forest of static choices” that combines elements of a performance, a lecture, and an interactive scavenger hunt, led by Natascha Sadr Haghighian, an artist from Berlin, Germany who rejects the concepts of CV’s and resumes and bios as part of her larger critique of institutionalized forms of knowledge.
The Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth avenue, at 89 street, 6:30 pm, subway: 4.5.6 to 86th st. $10, students free with rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dry the River at The Mercury Lounge
Start off February right by seeing Dry the River, a band that fuses punk vocals with sweeping gospel sounds and violin. Known for their passionate performances, Dry the River has already developed a cult following.
The Mercury Lounge, 217 E Houston Street, Doors: 9:30 pm, F to 2nd Ave, Tickets: $10
Brooklyn Slur Happy Hour
Hosted by the Slow Food NYC movement (a movement that was created to counteract the fast food movement in support of local food traditions) this bi-monthly happy hour is a great way to get involved in food activism or just have a great drink at a cozy bar that overlooks its own distillery. Stay till 8 pm for the distillery tour and tasting! The house mixologists are offering two different types of homemade gin.
The Shanty, 79 Richardson St (btw Leonard and Lorimer) 7:00-9:00 pm, L to Lorimer St
Wednesday, February 1
Bronx Culture Trolley -FREE
Take the The Bronx Culture trolley for a tour of the South Bronx Cultural Corridor. Stops include
art exhibitions and performances at the Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, and BronxArtSpace. The Bronx Culture Trolley is a program of the Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA). Admission to venues is free and all are welcome to hop on board and enjoy them.
450 Grand Concourse and 149th st, trolley departs at 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 2/4 to 149th St and Grand Concourse.
Ask Roulette - FREE
During Ask Roulette, strangers ask each other any question they want, big or small, in front of a live audience. It’s not as intimidating as it sounds. In fact, it’s built on trust — you can only ask a question once you’ve answered one. If you prefer, you can just be part of the crowd. Questions are serious or silly, and answers are short or long. Over the course of the evening, you’ll get unexpected connections, surprising anecdotes, and honest conversation. You’ll also laugh. Special guests Starlee Kine fromThis America Life, David Carr from The New York Times, and more!
Housing Works, 126 Crosby Street, Manhattan, 7pm, B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette
No Comments | Posted on January 30, 2012 | Categories: From the Blog, Weekday Forecast
Monday, January 23
Start the Lunar New Year with a bang!
13th Annual Chinatown Lunar New Year’s Day Firecracker Ceremony
Kick off the first day of the Lunar New Year with an explosive celebration. More than 600,000 rounds of colorful firecrackers will be set off to mark the Year of the Dragon. Complete with lion dances, cultural performances, and food vendors, the Firecracker Ceremony is sure to go off with a bang.
Sara Roosevelt Park at the Intersection of Grand St. and Chrystie St. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Puppet Playlist No. 12: The Beach Boys
Puppet Playlist takes brilliant puppeteers and talented musicians and slams them together into an evening of live theater to stir the senses. This Playlist will feature original works of puppetry inspired by the songs of The Beach Boys, mixed with live musical interpretations by some of New York’s most exciting young singer-songwriters.
The Kraine Theater, 85 East 4th Street, between 2nd and 3rd avenues, Manhattan, 8 p.m. $8 advance, $10 door
When Harry Met Sally Screening at Bryant Park (FREE)
The screening is part of the the Winter Film Fest (now in its second year). The movie is played in front of Citi Pond Ice Rink (New York’s only free admission ice rink) so you can skate as you watch the movie, or just snuggle on the deck with hot cocoa and enjoy the outdoor heating provided by Celsius restaurant.
Citi Pond Ice Rink at Bryant Park, 7:00 pm-9:00pm, Subway: B.D.F.M to 42nd st, Bryant Park, Skate rentals: $14
Tuesday, January 24
Discount Ice Skating at Rockefeller Center
It’s the beginning of the 75th anniversary of the Ice Rink at Rockefeller Center and they are offering “Turn Back the Clock” rates meaning that a skating session is only $7.50 per person, skates included (as opposed to the usual weekday rate of $12 for adults +$9 skate rental.) Maybe that’s how much Holden Caulfield payed. If you can’t go this week, the deal continues every Tuesday till February 7th.
Rockefeller Center, 5th Avenue (bw 49th and 50th st) Hours vary, call 212-332-7654 for updates on hours and availability, Subway: B.D.F.V at Rockefeller Center 47-50th st.
Wednesday, January 25
John and Molly Get Along -FREE
Brighten up the middle of your week by going to see two of New York’s funniest siblings. Past guest performers on their show have included Janeane Garofalo and Ted Alexandro.
Le Poisson Rouge – 158 Bleecker Street. (212) 505-3474. 7 PM. 1 to Houston Street.
Drinking Skeptically Monthly Meet-up
If you want to go out, but feel guilty about leaving your homework behind come out to Swift’s, an Irish tavern, and discuss Rousseau or whatever your reading is for the night. You don’t even have to drink. Many influential skeptics were teetotalers.
Swift Hibernian Lounge 34 E 4th st (btw Bowery and Lafayette st) Subway: F.V.B.D to Broadway-Lafayette st
No Comments | Posted on January 22, 2012 | Categories: Chinatown, Editor's Pick, Entertainment, Event-Related, From the Blog, Native's Pick, Weekday Forecast