Around NYC Today (11/5) New York City Marathon, Bed Stuy Art Stroll, BEE


TCS New York City Marathon, Various locations, 9am

Cheer on runners as they work their way through a 26.2-mile course. The race starts in Staten Island and ends in Central Park.

Bed Stuy Art Stroll, Various locations, 1pm – 6pm

Bed Stuy Arts Stroll is an art series developed and organized by Bed Stuy galleries and art spaces on the First Sundays year-round. The self guided stroll starts at Calabar Gallery at 351 Tompkins Avenue. Free. RSVP.

The White Dress, The American Theatre of Actors, Inc. – Hell’s Kitchen, 2pm – 4pm

The White Dress is a coming-of-age story which experiments with form, melding language, music, and movement to explore the lives of people from various gender identities, expressions and sexual orientations. The showcase will be directed and choreographed by Adin Walker (Pin and the Blue Fairy as part of the Drama League Artist-in-Residence at Dixon Place, Rent and Singin’ in the Rain at McCarter Theater). $10.

BEE, HB Studio – Greenwich Village, 7:30pm

BEE is a play about Izat, a young Iranian girl trapped in an abusive marriage in the 1940’s. After years of suffering both physically and mentally at the hands of her spouse, she knows the only way she will survive is if she is able to leave him. In an unprecedented move, her father is able to use his influence to secure a divorce for her. The story intertwines with interviews from immigrants who have had to make the difficult choice of leaving their homeland because their survival was at stake.



Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks, 349 Fifth Avenue – Korea Town, 1pm, Free, RSVP.

If You Could Walk In My Shoes, Queens Museum, 2pm, Free, RSVP.

Short Film and Web Series Screenings, 1080 Fulton Street – Brooklyn, 3pm – 6pm, Free, RSVP.



Tall Juan, The Wedge, Ensalmo, Champagne Superchillin, Baby’s All Right – Brooklyn, 12pm, Free.

Early Hours, Ula Ruth, Quiet Luke, Brooklyn Bazaar, 8pm, $10.

Pinact, Living Hour, Slight, PowerSnap, Silent Barn – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

Sex Snobs, Consumables, Blew The Pros, Alphaville – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

Tonya Harding, Sister Munch, QWAM, Witch Slap, The Footlight – Queens, 8pm, $10.

Lizzie and the Makers, Ute Root, Becca Ryskalczyk, Mary-Elaine Jenkins, Sunnyvale – Brooklyn, 8:30pm, $10.



Bring Ya Mamma Comedy Show, Village Lantern Comedy Club – Greenwich Village, 12:30pm, $0 – $10.

Easy Buckets w/ Roy Wood, Jr., Rallo Boykins, Carmen Lagala, Harrison Myersohn, Atheer Yacoub, Rebecca’s – Brooklyn, 6pm, Free, RSVP.

Last Call Comedy w/ Daniel Perafan, Brian Grossi, Whitney Chanel Clark, Calvin Cato, Kimberly Dinaro, Ashlee Voorsanger, Ben Asher, Hosted by Brandy Thomas, Bridge and Tunnel – Queens, 7pm, Free, RSVP.

Too Soon? Comedy w/ Mike Recine (Comedy Central), Joseph Vecsey (Netflix), Sabrina Piper (The Lantern), Ishmeal Gaynor (Stand up NY), Chris Hamilton (We the people podcast), Hosted by Malia Sias (She-Devil Comedy Festival), 135 Eldridge St. – LES, 7:45pm, Free, RSVP.

Ray Gootz (Carolines), Katharyn Henson (The Pear), Edward Farrell (Edward Farrell’s Diet Coke Reviews on Yelp), Napoleon Emill (New York Comedy Club), Hosted by Remick Benice, Old Man Hustle – LES, 8pm, Free, RSVP.

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



Cunningham Park Farmers Market, Cunningham Park – Queens, Every Sunday until Nov. 19, 9am – 2pm, Free.

Sunday Farmers Market, Hattie Carthan Community Garden – Brooklyn, Every Sunday until Nov. 19, 9am-2pm, Free.

Yayoi Kusama: Festival of Life, David Zwirner – Chelsea, Until December 16, Tues. to Sat., Gallery hours: 10am – 6pm. Free.


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Around NYC Today (10/31) Halloween Parade, Horror Movie-thon, Fall Fest


Fall Fest at Sherman Shriek! Park, Sherman Creek Park – Inwood, 2:30pm – 5pm

Come for Fall Fest at Sherman Shriek! Park. This year’s activities include pumpkin decorating, arts and crafts, face painting and free cider and candy.

Kids Halloween Parade, Washington Square Park, 3pm – 6pm

Join the 27th Annual Children’s Halloween Parade, the city’s largest free children’s event on Halloween Day. After the parade, free trick-or-treat bags, games, and rides for children on West 3rd Street between LaGuardia Place and Mercer Street. Free.

Halloween Parade, 6th Avenue from Spring to 16th Street, 7pm

This year’s theme is Cabinet of Curiosities: An Imginary Menagerie. After Party at Slake NYC.


Mulberry Street (2006), Mulberry Street Library – LES, 5pm, Free, RSVP.

Chris and Colin’s Excellent Horror Movie-thon, QED – Queens, 6pm, Free, RSVP.

The Shining, Bowery Electric – LES, 7pm, Free.



Hodera, Peaer, A Deer A Horse, Mercury Lounge – LES, 6:30pm, $10 – $12.

The Values, Tonya Harding, Graves Harbor, Lost Kingdoms, Cruel Children, C’mon Everybody – Brooklyn, 7:30pm, $8 – $10.

Gogeous, Dead Kennedys, Grace Kelly All Day, Dog Shepherd, H0L0 -Brooklyn, 8pm, $8.

Krem on Wool, Holding Pattern, Lea, Bilge Rat, Sunnyvale – Brooklyn, 8pm, $10.

The Harmonica Lewinskies, No Ice, Mercury Lounge – LES, 9:30pm, $10.

Macy Rodman, JX Kannon, DJ Ashlyn, Beto Cravioto, H0L0 -Brooklyn, 11pm, $10.



Sam and Bill’s Comedy Spook-tacular w/ Matt Nedostup (TruTV, Weekend Update), Schäffer The Darklord, Nelson Lugo, Hosted by comedian Tommy Kang (HBO), CAVEAT – LES, $10 if you come in costume.

Rachel Joan (Sirius/XM), Napoleon Emill (New York Comedy Club), Jason Scoop (Winner of First Impressions with Dana Carvey), Edward Farrell (Edward Farrell’s Diet Coke Reviews on Yelp), Hosted by Melissa Diaz (Carolines), Old Man Hustle – LES, 8pm, Free, RSVP.



Morning Fitness, Fort Tryon Park (Inwood), Every Tuesday and Thursday until Dec. 28, 7:30am – 8:30am, Free.

Over Here: A Centennial Commemoration of World War I Memorial in NYC Parks, Arsenal in Central Park (UES), Until Nov. 24, 9am – 5pm. Free.

Women With Wings Art Exhibit, Maggie’s Garden, Friendship Garden – Sugar Hill, Until Oct. 31, Varying hours. Free.

Riverside HIIT, Riverside Park, Every Tuesday until Oct. 31, 6:30pm, Free.

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