Events & Happenings in New York City!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
8pm at Metropolitan, Free
Alotta Trivia (8pm to 10pm). Alotta McGriddles hosts this trivia night with rotating themes every week! Including but not limited to: Harry Potter, Disney, Game of Thrones, Friends, Will & Grace and more! Win a pitcher of Bud Light every round! $25 bar tab at the end of the night for big... (continued)
10pm at The Woods, Free
Misster is a weekly Wednesday night dance party for the cutest girls in NYC. DJ Amber Valentine and weekly guest DJs plays the good-time jams all night long - everything from hip hop to dance and house music; they’ve got you covered! Huge year-round patio for cruising and boozing, with food by the... (continued)
11am at Human Rights Institute Gallery at Kean University, Free
Ground Surge: Communities Rising, an exhibition of photojournalist and advocate Syd London’s gritty documentary works, reveals the harsh realities of communities and individuals fighting against generations of repression to heal and reclaim their inherent human rights.
London's work focuses on... (continued)
Check website for time at Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Free
Using human beauty, desire, Eros, and sexuality, this new photography-based exhibition reveals that cultural differences, whether defined by national borders, sexual orientation, or gender identification, can be simultaneously vast yet familiar. Regardless of one’s sexual orientation or country of... (continued)
8pm at Access Theater, $18
"War is brewing in Europe. King Henry V, newly on the throne, presses an ancient claim on France and leads his army onto mainland Europe. Surrounded by enemies both within and without, Henry must abandon the ways of his youth to become what his kingdom needs him to be."
The Rogue and Peasant... (continued)
12pm at NARS Foundation, Free
What defines a community – a region, a people or an ethos? In consideration of this questions, the NARS Foundation is delighted to present the inaugural South-West Brooklyn Exhibition, Threaded Archetypes, curated by Margaret Flanagan. Bringing together twenty artists from the southern region of... (continued)
5pm at Ginger's, Free
Best buy Happy Hour: half-price on all domestic beers and selected liquors, 5pm to 8pm daily. Daily special tequila hot shots for $3.50, Ginger's draft for $5, free nibbles and the back garden is open!
7:30pm at Cubbyhole, Free
Get over hump day with $4 drink specials from 7pm to midnight, plus Happy Hour until 7pm with half-priced well drinks, wine and all beer.
6:30pm & 8pm at Brooklyn Winery, $35
Explore the world of wine right in the heart of Brooklyn! Discover how we make wine in an urban environment. Learn what happens from the moment the grapes arrive at our winery up until the wine is poured into your glass. Tickets include an intimate 30-minute tour of the winery, followed by a... (continued)
10pm at Pianos, $8
Singer-Songwriter Michael Persall's residency at Lower East Side staple Pianos brings the 22-year-old's mix of Pop and Soul to the stage every Wednesday in February at 10pm. Accompanied by his band, Christian Nourijanian (keys), Goh Izawa (drums), Doug Berns (bass), and Tim Basom (electric guitar),... (continued)
8:45pm at Eastville Comedy Club, $5 online/$10 door
Love is in the air. We're going to get sexy and crazy for this show!
Headliner: Leah Bonnema (AXS TV's Gotham Comedy Live, IFC's Comedy Drop, VH1's 100 Greatest), Sachin Shaan (DISH Network), Corinne Fisher (iTunes podcast & Guys We F****d), Erik Bransteen, Mike Merkovitch, Will Neville ... (continued)
6:30pm at Manducatis Rustica, $10
Queens Library Presents: Susan Choi and Cecily Wong, two successful and acclaimed authors, for a fascinating discussion about their unique experiences, their journey to become successful writers and the challenges that they continue to face.
Part 1. "Straddling Worlds" The two writers will... (continued)
4pm at Henrietta Hudson, Free
The ultimate after-work networking party to celebrate hump day! Resident DJ Culi satisfies your hunger for a cool, relaxed vibe with a perfect blend of pop, funk, house and Latin styles all night long. She’s so good, she will always leave you wanting more! Bargirls Desiree and Dot serve up the good... (continued)
8pm at Carnegie Hall, $14-$100
To ring in the Year of the Monkey, world-renowned pianist and Steinway Artist, Jiaxin Tian, will share the stage with legendary conductor Gregory Singer and his orchestra, the Manhattan Symphonie, for a Chinese New Year Spectacular concert at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium Perelman Stage on... (continued)
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