Around NYC Today (7/19) Sundance Short Films, Jo Firestone, Deradoorian, Coco

THINGS TO DO

Sundance Short Films, Central Lawn in Fort Greene Park – Brooklyn, 8pm – 10:30pm

For the seventh consecutive year, Rooftop Films teams up with Sundance to present short films from its most recent edition. Watch found-footage send-ups, art world rants and surreal animations that represent the best of independent shorts and a diverse array of storytelling from around the world. Free.

Lunchtime Improv Jam, Greeley Square in Greeley Square Park, 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Join instructors from the PIT for an hour of improv comedy. No experience necessary. Free.

Sing-A-Long in Bryant Park, Upper Terrace in Bryant Park, 2pm – 4pm

Join a special Broadway Sing-A-Long following Broadway in Bryant Park. Featuring jazz pianist Daryl Sherman. Free.

Historic Richmond Town’s Summer Eats, Historic Richmond Town, 441 Clarke Avenue – Staten Island, 5pm – 10pm

Enjoy a summer night with free admission to the beautiful grounds of Staten Island’s historic village.  Featuring a weekly rotating theme of food trucks, music, photo booths, games, entertainment and Egger’s Homemade Ice Cream. Free.

Carib Stretch: A Caribbean Dance Workout, Woodland Lawn in The Battery, 6:15 – 7pm

Join dancer Kim Nicole in the lush shade of the Battery Woodland for a Caribbean-inspired dance workout class. Free.

Hudson Warehouse Presents: The Classics – The Three Musketeers: 20 Years Later, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Riverside Park, West 89th Street and Riverside Drive – UWS, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Hudson Warehouse presents a production of The Three Musketeers: 20 Years Later written by Susane Lee. Adapted from the classic by Alexandre Dumas, Hudson Warehouse is the first to ever adapt and produce The Three Musketeers: 20 Years Later for the stage. This is the second in a four-year series of Alexandre Dumas Classics. Free.

Everybody Tango!, On the Pier in West Harlem Piers, West 125 Street, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Enjoy introductory Argentine Tango lessons, music, and dancing in the open air.  Lessons are held at 6:45 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. with social dance time between lessons. Free.

Mystery After Dark Tours, Historic Richmond Town, 441 Clarke Avenue – Staten Island, 8pm – 11pm

Afraid of the Dark?  Join a costumed interpreter and venture into a new historic house every night after museum hours. Listen to a mystery, story or legend on a tour lit only by candlelight. $10.

Summer in the Square, North Plaza in Union Square Park, 7am – 8:30pm

Come out for a lineup of fitness classes, family-friendly activities, shows, live music, dance performances, and movie nights all in Union Square Park. Free.

Antigone, Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park – Harlem, 8:30pm – 9:40pm

Classical Theatre of Harlem’s Antigone is an Afropunk inspired work featuring a defiant woman who challenges patriarchal society. Free.

Herald Square Reading Room, Herald Square, 10am – 5:30pm

Enjoy free use of newspapers and magazines at outdoor Reading Rooms. Located both in Herald Square Park and Park East at One Penn Plaza, Reading Rooms are staffed with a coordinator for recommendations. Free.

 

MUSIC

John Hammond, Wagner Park, 16 Battery Place – Lower Manhattan, 7pm, Free.

Justin Strauss and Billy Caldwell, Good Room, 98 Meserole Ave – Brooklyn, 10pm, $10.

Deradoorian, The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street – Midtown, 5:30pm, Free with museum admission.

Signor Benedict The Moor, Elucid, Hprizm, Kilamanzego, Trans-Pecos, 915 Wyckoff Ave – Queens, 9pm, $10.

Andi Harriman (SYNTHICIDE), Manett, Manco Flowers, The Monomatics, Trans-Pecos, 915 Wyckoff Ave – Queens, 7pm, $5 – $10.

Lushwork, Eric & The Lovenotes, PENPALS, Lars Viola & Tansu, Nico.Wav, Jay King, The Glove – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10 suggested donation.

The Devotions, Astoria Park Lawn in Astoria Park, Shore Boulevard between the Hell Gate Bridge and the pool – Queens, 7:30pm, Free.

The Ronald Reagans, George Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park, Woodhaven Boulevard and Forest Park Drive – Queens, 7:30pm, Free.

 

COMEDY

Airplane Mode w/ Rob Haze (The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon), Sarah Sherman (TruTv), Erik Monikal (Bridgetown Comedy Festival), Kath Barbadoro (Paid Protest), David Sitrick (Cream City Comedy Festival), Cherry Tree, 65 4th Avenue – Brooklyn, 8pm, Free, RSVP.

On A Lighter Note w/ Chris Calogero (Vice), Jo Firestone (Comedy Central), Courtney Fearrington (Sirius XM), Matt Goldich (Late Night), Carmen Lynch (Conan), Halyards, 406 3rd Avenue – Brooklyn, 8pm, Free, RSVP.

 

FILM

Coco, North Lawn in Stuyvesant Square, 7:30pm, Free.

Lion, Playground 103 CIII – UES, 8pm, Free.

Despicable Me 3, Montbellier Park – Queens, 8pm, Free.

Little Shop of Horrors, Tony Dapolito Recreation Center, 3 Clarkson Street – West Village, 8pm, Free.

Sleepless in Seattle, Hunter’s Point South Park – Queens, 8pm, Free.

Justice League, Cooper Park – Brooklyn, 8:30pm, Free.

Peter Rabbit, Frank Frisch Field in Mosholu Parkway – Bronx, 8:30pm, Free.

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, Neal Dow Avenue and Maine Avenue – Staten Island, 8:30pm, Free.

 

ONGOING

Morning Fitness, Heather Garden in Fort Tryon Park – Inwood, Every Tuesday and Thursday until Dec. 31, 7:30am – 8:30am, Free.

Bryant Park Tai Chi, Fountain Terrace – Bryant Park, Every Tuesday and Thursday until Sept. 27, 7:30am – 8:30am, Free.

Yoga, Garibaldi Plaza in Washington Square Park, Every Wednesday and Thursday until Sept. 12, 8:30am – 9:30am, Free.

Fitness Walk, Fort Totten Front Gate in Fort Totten Park – Queens, Every Tuesday and Thursday until Nov. 1, 9am – 10am, Free.

Arsenal Gallery Exhibition: A Collective Utterance – Naima Green, Arsenal in Central Park, 830 Fifth Avenue – UES, Every weekday until Aug. 30, 9am – 5pm, Free.

Bryant Park Yoga, Upper Terrace in Bryant Park, Every Tuesday until Sept. 20, 6pm – 7pm, Free.

Free Yoga Class, Morris-Jumel Mansion in Roger Morris Park, 65 Jumel Terrace – Washington Heights, Every Thursday until Aug. 30, 6pm – 7pm, Free.

Yoga in the Park, East River Picnic Area in Randall’s Island Park, Every Thursday until Sept. 13, 6:30pm – 7:30pm, Free.

Prospect Park Yoga, Long Meadow North in Prospect Park – Brooklyn, Every Thursday until Aug. 30, 7pm – 8pm, Free.

Zumba Under The Stars with Lisa G aka RockawayZumbaWay, Beach 108th Street Roller Rink in Rockaway Beach Boardwalk – Queens, Every Thursday until Aug. 30, 7:30pm – 9pm, Free.

 

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Around NYC Today (7/8) Juan Maclean, Ailey Extension, Smorgasburg, Antigone

THINGS TO DO

West African Dance Class, Morris-Jumel Mansion in Roger Morris Park, 65 Jumel Terrace – Washington Heights, 12pm – 1:30pm

Join a West African Dance Class led by world renowned drummer/teacher Yahyah Kamate. Free.

Ailey Extension, Northwest Plaza in Fort Greene Park, Myrtle Avenue between N. Portland Avenue and St. Edwards Street – Brooklyn, 1pm – 2pm

Join a house dance workshop with Ailey instructor Kim Holmes. Free. RSVP.

Smorgasburg Prospect Park, Breeze Hill in Prospect Park – Brooklyn, 11am – 6pm

Smorgasburg, the celebrated open-air food fair presented by Brooklyn Flea, returns to Prospect Park this spring! Over 100 local and regional food purveyors will gather to offer a range of cuisines. Free.

Harlem Meer Performance Festival, Charles A. Dana Discovery Center in Central Park, 110th Street between Lenox Avenue and Fifth Avenue – Harlem, 2pm – 4pm

The 25th annual Harlem Meer Performance Festival brings the best local talent to Central Park. Featuring the Queen’s Cartoonists, which plays music from cartoons. Free.

Tango in the Park, West Fountain in Stuyvesant Square, 6pm – 9pm

Enjoy a wonderful evening of music, dance, and song in the historic Stuyvesant Square. Professional tango instruction will be provided. This event will take place in six sessions on Sunday. Free.

Hudson Warehouse Presents: The Classics – The Three Musketeers: 20 Years Later, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Riverside Park, West 89th Street and Riverside Drive – UWS, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Hudson Warehouse presents a production of The Three Musketeers: 20 Years Later written by Susane Lee. Adapted from the classic by Alexandre Dumas, Hudson Warehouse is the first to ever adapt and produce The Three Musketeers: 20 Years Later for the stage. This is the second in a four-year series of Alexandre Dumas Classics. Free.

Antigone, Richard Rodgers Amphitheater in Marcus Garvey Park – Harlem, 8:30pm – 9:40pm

Classical Theatre of Harlem’s Antigone is an Afropunk inspired work featuring a defiant woman who challenges patriarchal society. Free.

 

MUSIC

Juan Maclean, Nancy Whang, Justin Strauss, Brooklyn Mirage, 140 Stewart Avenue – Brooklyn, 11am, $10.

EPMD, DJ SYLK, Springfield Park, 147th Ave. & Springfield Blvd – Queens, July 8 (Sun.), 5pm, Free.

Ether, Beast Modulus, Servant, The Safari Room At El Cortez, 17 Ingraham Street – Brooklyn, 7pm, $10.

Kaleta & Super Yamba Band, Pier I in Riverside Park South, West 70th Street – UWS, 7pm, Free.

 

COMEDY

Laughter in the Park w/ Dean Edwards, Garibaldi Plaza in Washington Square Park, 2pm, Free.

 

FILM

Sing, Beach 94th Street, off Shorefront Parkway in Rockaway Beach – Queens, 8pm, Free.

The King and I, Athens Square – Queens, 8pm, Free.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Field 81 in Randall’s Island Park, 8:30pm, Free.

 

ONGOING

Central Park Tour: Southern Welcome Tour, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 61st Street – Midtown, 11am – 12pm, Free.

Yoga at The Battery, Woodland Lawn in The Battery, Every Sunday until Sept. 30, 11:30am – 12:30pm, Free.

Central Park Tour: Stroll to Strawberry Fields, Columbus Circle Information Kiosk (West 59th and Central Park West), 2pm – 3:30pm, Free.

 

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Around NYC Today (12/3) Native Art Market, Fort Greene Tree Lighting

Renegade Craft Fair, Industry City – Brooklyn, 11am – 6pm

Explore a curated selection of modern design, including jewelry and accessories, art, apparel, ceramics, illustration, stationery, home decor, apothecary and cookware. Featuring local food trucks, DJ sets with Black Gold, photo ops, screen printing workshops with Sheepshead Design and all-around good times. Free.

Native Art Market, National Museum of the American Indian – Lower Manhattan, 10am

Buy traditional and contemporary works—including silver and semiprecious jewelry, ceramics, fine apparel, handwoven baskets, traditional beadwork, dolls, paintings, prints, and sculpture—from some of the finest Native American artists. Free.

Gifted and Talented Holiday Pop-Up Market, Grand Bazaar NYC – UWS, 10am

The Gifted & Talented Holiday Market is the first and only market in the city dedicated to gifts made exclusively in New York City. Buy locally-made, handcrafted selections including leather goods, jewelry, scented candles, chocolates, jams and hot sauces from over 30 vendors. Free.

Fort Greene Park Holiday Tree Lighting, Myrtle Avenue Plaza in Fort Greene Park, 4pm – 6pm

Stop by to take a picture with Santa Claus, enjoy free hot cocoa from Castro’s Restaurant and cookies from Brooklyn Sweet Spot and Peck’s, listen to Manifest choir, and watch the tree light up at 5:00 p.m. Bring new, unwrapped toys to benefit Fort Greene SNAP and Whitman Resident Association’s annual toy drive. Free.

 

ONGOING

Arts and Crafts Fair, Alice Austen Park – Staten Island, Until Dec. 25, 11am -5pm, Free.

Grand Central Holiday Fair, Grand Central Terminal – Midtown, Until Dec. 24, 10am to 8pm.

‘Volez Voguez Voyagez’ Louis Vuitton Exhibition, 86 Trinity Place – Lower Manhattan, (Mon to Sat – 10 am to 8pm; Sun – 11am to 7pm), Free. RSVP.

Winter Village, Bryant Park – Midtown, Until January 2, Weekdays – 11am to 8pm, Weekends – 10am – 8pm, Free.

Union Square Holiday Market, Southern side of Union Square Park, Until December 24 (Weekdays – 11am to 8pm; Sat. – 10am to 8pm; Sun. 11am to 7pm), Free.

 

FILM

Cocked, Videology – Brooklyn, 6pm, Free, RSVP.

 

MUSIC

Winter Sonic, Bowery Electric – LES, 6pm, $8 – $10.

Cleric (Retrocausal Release Show), Needle Driver, Torrential Downpour, Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

Danae Greenfield, Bowery Electric – LES, 9pm, $8 – $10.

The Penthouse Band, The Sweet High, Mercury Lounge – LES, 5:30pm, $10.

Austin Crute, Jack Laboz, Mercury Lounge – LES, 8pm, $10.

Toxic Crew, Total Downer, Plaid Dracula, Sunnyvale – Brooklyn, 8:30pm, $8 – $10.

Bottlenose, Kangaroo, Sharkswimmer, The Safari Room at El Cortez – Brooklyn, 7pm, $9.

Scout Harris, 8/7 Central, DJ Silky Smooth, Union Pool – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

 

COMEDY

Will Miles, Clark Jones, Kenny DeForest, Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, 9pm, Free.

Danny Tamberelli, Mike Maronna, Reformed Whores, Union Hall – Brooklyn, 7:30pm, $6 – $8.

Paradise Comedy, Hosted by Rufat Agayev, June Bar – Brooklyn, 8pm, Free, RSVP.

 

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Around NYC Today (10/28), Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest, Winter Village

THINGS TO DO

Brooklyn Synth Expo, Main Drag Music, 11am

The Brooklyn Synth Expo returns! Tons of synths plugged into headphones. Free. RSVP.

Day of the Dead Festival, St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery – East Village, (Also on Oct. 27 – Sun), 12pm – 6pm

Remember departed loved ones by bringing copies of photographs to be part of the ofrenda (altar) during the three-day celebration. This event is in honor of victims of recent earthquakes in Mexico. Free.

Halloween Harvest Festival, Socrates Sculpture Park – Queens, 11am – 3pm

The Socrates season always goes out with a BANG with our Halloween Harvest Festival! This year’s theme is Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead with a vibrant procession and dance performance presented by Ballet Folkrico Mexicano de Nueva York. Enjoy food from vendors Fresco’s Cantina, What’s the Dillaz and Val’s Cookie Canvas. Free.

Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest, Fort Greene Park – Brooklyn, 11:30am – 1pm

Time for the annual festooning of Brooklyn’s dogs! The 19th Annual Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest is guaranteed to blow your mind and embarrass your dog. Free.

Fort Greene Park Halloween Festival, Fort Greene Park – Brooklyn, 12pm – 3pm

Get your costumes ready and come to Fort Greene Park for the 17th Annual Halloween Festival. This year, the festival will feature rides, face-painting, Halloween crafts, games, giveaways, live music from Astrograss, a pumpkin patch, temporary tattoos, and more. Free.

Opening Day at Bryant Park’s Winter Village, Bryant Park – Midtown, 12pm – 3pm

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park opens October 28! The first 100 visitors in line at The Rink receive free skate rentals, free gloves from Bank of America, and free hot chocolate from Public Fare.

Halloween Party and Hocus Pocus Screening, Athens Square – Queens, 1pm – 3pm

Join a day of Halloween-themed fun. Activities include crafts,  games, music, giveaways, Transformation Face Painting with Agostino Arts, and more. Screening of Hocus Pocus at dusk. Free.

 

FILM

My Tai Chi Story, Flux Factory, 2pm, Free.

Beetlejuice, Canal Street Market – SoHo, 2pm, Free, RSVP.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show, McCarren Park – Brooklyn, 6pm, Free.

Ghostbusters (2016), Bensonhurst Park – Brooklyn, 6pm, Free.

Monsters, Inc., Hansborough Recreation Center – Harlem, 6pm, Free.

Hocus Pocus, Virginia Park – Bronx, 6:30pm, Free.

Psychotic! A Brooklyn Slasher Film, Film Noir Cinema – Brooklyn, 7pm, $5.

 

MUSIC

Stringer as Pavement, Yucky Duster as ABBA, gobbinjr as Justin Timberlake, 
Estro Zombies (mem. of Fits and Venus Envy) as The Misfits, DJ Brandon K, The Glove – Brooklyn, 8pm, $8.

Xetas, Big Quiet, Scupper, Street Stains, Sunnyvale – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

A Shadow of Jaguar (record release), Them Fangs, Tongues Unknown, Union Pool – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

Monogold, Holly Overton w/ Midnight People, Monograms, Sooner, Alphaville – Brooklyn, 8pm, $8.

Nick Hook, Jubilee, Theatre of Disco, HDLSS, Bianca Oblivion, WildKatz, Secret Project Robot – Brooklyn, 9pm, Free.

Alien Trilogy, Street Smells, Nocturne – Brooklyn, 10pm, Free.

Synthwave Halloween Party w/ DJ Valentine, DJ Faith in the Glitch, DJ Aeon Rings, Le Matos, Saint Vitus – Brooklyn, 11pm, $0 – $15.

 

COMEDY

Sam Jay – Comedy Central Album Recording, The Stand – Gramercy Park, 7pm, Free, RSVP.

Olivia Grace, Matt Leary, Martin Urbano, Kath Barbadoro, Joe List, Legion Bar – Brooklyn, 8pm, Free, RSVP.

Popped Collar Comedy w/ Dan Lamorte, Molly Ruben-Long, Chike Robinson, Liz Barrett, Dario Joseph, Dan Wickes, Host: Zilla Vodnas, The Platform – Brooklyn, 8:30pm, Free, RSVP.

The Human Citizen Comedy Show w/ Nick Pupo (AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire), Aimee Rose Ranger (The Ranger Zone), Matt Koff (Daily Show Writer), Trey Galyon (Getting Doug With High), Albert Kirchner (Bridgetown Comedy Fest), Art Cafe + Bar – Brooklyn, 9pm, $5.

Last Stop Laughs, QED – Queens, 10:30pm, Free, RSVP.

 

ONGOING

Socrates Farmers Market, Socrates Sculpture Park (Queens), Every Saturday until Oct. 28, 8am – 4pm, Free.

Saturday Farmers Market, Hattie Carthan Community Garden (Brooklyn), 9am-2pm, Free.

Women With Wings Art Exhibit, Maggie’s Garden, Friendship Garden – Sugar Hill, Every Monday until Oct. 31,  2pm – 4pm, Free.

Gettin’ Wet with Miss Guy: The Photography of Guy Furrow, Art-on-A (East Village), Until Nov. 2, Free.

 

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Around NYC Today (10/21) Tompkins Sq. Park Halloween Dog Parade, Harvest Day

tompkins sq park dog parade

THINGS TO DO

Hester Street Fair’s Harvest Day, Intersection of Delancey and Essex Street (LES), 11am – 6pm

Celebrate the changing of the seasons with fall-friendly vendors and seasonal activities like pumpkin painting, apple pies. Five Boroughs Brewing Co.’s IPA will be on tap. This week’s vendors roster include Chokola’s, Gab and Down East Lobstah, Free.

Arts in the Park, Central Park, Oct. 21 (Sat), 12pm – 3pm

NYC Parks is transforming Central Park into a stage, museum, and art studio for a free day of public art to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its Art in the Parks program.

Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade, Tompkins Square Dog Run (East Village), Oct. 21 (Sat), 12pm – 3pm

Thousands of costumed canines will march on Tompkins Square Park for the country’s largest Halloween Costume Parade for dogs. All proceeds go to the N.Y.C. Department of Parks & Recreation for the maintenance and upkeep of the newly restored Tompkins Square Dog Run. $5 suggested donation.

Howl-een Pooch Parade, Allan Kivlehan Playground (Staten Island), 12pm

There will be treats, a costume contest, obstacle course, and a pet adoption event. Free.

Outdoor Performance: Joiri Minaya “Containers,” Wave Hill (Bronx), 2pm

Watch an outdoor performance artist Joiri Minaya. Performers in tropical print body-suits will move through a variety of poses, in response to the site-specific audio narratives emanating from the garments. Complementing the tropical plants and the history of the Monocot Garden, these narratives will focus on human and plant camouflage and hyper-visibility. Free with admission to the grounds. $8 adults, $4 students and seniors.

Music in the Garden: Ustad Shafaat Khan, Queens Botanical Garden, 3:30pm

Sitar and tabla Maestro Ustad Shafaat Khan will perform a blend of Indian classical and folk music. He will be joined by his fusion group “East Meets West.” $6 for adults, $4 for seniors, students and children over 4.

 

FILM

Queer Girl Movie Night, Muchmore’s (Brooklyn), 6pm, Free.

The Haunted Mansion (2003), Marcus Garvey Park (Harlem), 6pm, Free.

Frankenweenie, Maria Hernandez Park (Brooklyn), 6:15pm, Free.

The Addams Family, Fort Greene Park (Brooklyn), 6:15pm, Free.

Hotel Transylvania 2, Bronx Park, 6:30pm, Free.

 

MUSIC

Cool Company, Capyac, Josh The Word, Malcolm Voltaire, Bowery Electric (LES), 7pm, $8.

Strawberry Runners, Radiant Baby, The Human Fly, Trans-Pecos (Queens), 7pm, $8 – $10.

Centaurus, Belle-Skinner, LAPeCHE, Cape House (Brooklyn), 7pm, $10.

Geena Davis, Live Ones, The Tracys, Pianos (LES), 7:30pm, $10.

Lowry, Ancient Cities, Jessi Robertson, Our Wicked Lady (Brooklyn), 7:30pm, $10.

Plastic Picnic EP Release Show, Future Heart, Berlin (East Village), 8pm, $10.

Cover Your Idols, The Riot Gang, The Applecores, Union Hall (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10.

The Please Please Me, Novelty Daughter, Absent City, C’mon Everybody (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8 – $10.

The Unders (Tape Release), Pop Empire, Looming, Greasy Hearts, the Night Screams, Pet Rescue (Brooklyn), 8pm, $5.

Rhys Langston, Big Breakfast, Lion’s Cage, Illusion, Brooklyn Bazaar, 8pm, $8.

The Messenger Birds, The Grasping Straws, The Nuclears, Toranavox, Sunnyvale (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10.

No Funeral, Black Tomb, Dutch Guts, Mourned, Bar Matchless (Brooklyn), 8pm , $10.

Sleeping Pills, Woven In, Silent Barn (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8.

Deeper, Big Bliss, Plain Dog, Baby Birds Don’t Drink Milk, Alphaville (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10.

Benjamin Cartel Album Release Show, Rockwood Music Hall (LES), 8:30pm, $10 – $20.

Blaha (Blind Shake), Lily Lake, King Pussy Face, Anni Rossi,  Muchmore’s (Brooklyn), 9pm, $5.

Jaw Gems, Bae Bro, Mercury Lounge (LES), 10:30pm, $10.

 

COMEDY

Diego Lopez, Monarey Martinez, Brian Kim, Stephen Rubino, Hosted By Pedro Salinas, Local 138 (LES), 6pm, Free, RSVP.

Comedy Outliers feat. Tim Dillon (NY Comedy Festival), Mike Drucker (The Tonight Show), Rebecca O’Neal (Laugh Factory), Wil Slyvince (NBC), Sean’s Bar and Kitchen (Midtown), 7pm, $10 – $15.

Edward Farrell (Edward Farrell’s Diet Coke Reviews on Yelp), Adam Foster (Hilarious), Isabel Hagen (Lantern), Hosted by Katharyn Henson (The Pear), Old Man Hustle (LES), 8pm, Free, RSVP.

Dope Comedy Show, The Park View (Inwood), 9:30pm, Free, RSVP.

Last Stop Laughs, QED (Queens), 10:30pm, Free, RSVP.

 

ONGOING

Socrates Farmers Market, Socrates Sculpture Park (Queens), Every Saturday until Oct. 28, 8am – 4pm, Free.

Saturday Farmers Market, Hattie Carthan Community Garden (Brooklyn), 9am-2pm, Free.

Women With Wings Art Exhibit, Maggie’s Garden (Sugar Hill), Every Friday until Oct. 31,  2pm – 4pm, Free.

Eating Bitterness Art Exhibit, 384 Broadway (Tribeca), Until Oct. 27, Tuesday to Friday 2pm – 8pm, Weekends 11am to 7pm, Free.

Gettin’ Wet with Miss Guy: The Photography of Guy Furrow, Art-on-A (East Village), Until Nov. 2, Free.

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