Friday, August 24
New-York Historical Society Presents: The Big Quiz Thing! NYC Trivia and Beer. What’s not to love? ($25)
Saturday, August 25
Head to Bed-Stuy for a Clothing Swap! Get rid of your old clothes and find new ones!
Brooklyn’s annual Afro-Punk Festival (FREE) starts today and continues through Sunday! We’re hoping a hurricane won’t cancel it this year…
The NYC Color Run is painting the town! It may be too late to register to run, but watching is sure to be just as colorful.
Sunday, August 26
No Comments | Posted on August 23, 2012 | Categories: From the Blog
The Weekend's All About Hipster Pups!
Thursday, March 22nd
The Egg and Dart Club Presents Dominoes Out Front – FREE!
It got nice out. Put on your best old Puerto Rican dude hat, bring your chicken foot strategy and come down to the club for a game.
Egg and Dart Club, 15 Vanderbilt Ave, btwn Park and Flushing, Brooklyn, 6p.m.-dark, then moving upstairs;RSVP to email@example.com
Friday, March 23rd
School Night! with Luscious Jackson and Twin Shadow at The Bowery Hotel – FREE!
School Night!, party group recently transplanted from Los Angeles, is coming back to New York this Friday. With a diverse selection of artists and DJs, ranging from Australian singer Matt Corby to celebrity singer Samantha Ronson to DJ sets from Luscious Jackson and Twin Shadow, this event is well worth its price – free. Make sure to RSVP here to get free entry.
Bowery Hotel, 355 Bowery, 9 pm, B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette St, free with RSVP
“….And Was It Love” Performance Art at Grace Exhibition Space
Have your art intuitions investigated by a psychotherapist, watch a performance about what it means to be yourself which includes a plastic cube filled with water on a leash. There will also be beer, wine, and whiskey.
Grace Exhibition Space, 840 Broadway (2nd floor between Ellery st and Park ave), 9-11 pm, subway: J.Z to Flushing Avenue, $10.
Saturday, March 24th
Midnight Magic at The Brooklyn Bowl
Fusing disco, electro, soul, and funk, Midnight Magic sounds like a cross between disco queen Donna Summer and Brooklyn lounge music. For a mere $5 advance ticket, see them at The Brooklyn Bowl and shake your tailfeather.
The Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave., L to Bedford Ave., Doors: 11:30 PM, Show: 11:59 PM, $5 advance and $7 day of.
Brooklyn Mutt Show
Celebrity judges, including reality TV’s Doggie Moms and Brooklyn City Council member Letitia James, will be selecting the winners for two days full of contests from “curliest tail” to “looks most like owner” to “Mayor Mike look-alike” Last year’s 2nd Annual show had over 1,200 attendees and an even larger turnout is expected this year.
Saturday and Sunday 11am-7pm, Brooklyn Lyceum 227 4th Ave (btw President and Union sts), subway: D/N/R to Union St. $5 suggested donation
Grillin’ on the Bay: Barbeque and Chil
Grillin’ on the Bay is the most official barbeque event in New York, and the only one sanctioned by the New England BBQ Society. At the same time, the Chili Smackdown will allow amateurs and professionals to compete against each other in Chili making. Attendees pay just $10 for all you can eat chili!
11am, E 18th st (at Ave Z) Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, Q to Sheepshead Bay
NYC Bhangra’s 3rd Annual Holi Hai -FREE
Holi Hai is a festival of colors and spring celebrated in many south Asians cultures with dance, music and performance. Celebrate Holi Hali in New York at the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza where there will be Indian sweets, live performances, holi colors, henna, and crafts.
3-5 pm, Dag Hammarskjold Plaza 300 E 47th st, 4/6 to 51 st
Champagne Party at MOVES
Celebrate spring with 10% off the new collection at the boutique and 40-70% off sale items! Enjoy FREE champagne all day and a variety of live performances.
MOVES, 419 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, 2pm-9m
No Comments | Posted on March 22, 2012 | Categories: Event-Related, From the Blog, Nightlife, Weekend Forecast