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4pm - 4am at Henrietta Hudson, Free
Free shots for the first 100 guests! Turnt Up Fridays is always HOT HOT HOT with All New Rotating DJs including the best and brightest— Robi D Light, Rosy Q, Amber Valentine, Lady Ryan, Nikki Lions, DJ Storm BK, plus international stars like DJ Gunn (Sweden) and Kamikace (Austria) and many more spinning the freshest beats all night! The sexiest night for women in the West Village, come party with the hottest crowd in all of NYC. Rotating performers include Rox Republic, The Maine Attraction, Goldie Peacock and more with breathtaking shows! Email for party packages.
10pm at Bum Bum Bar, $10
Fridays at Bum Bum are crazy, pure and simple. The cover charge comes with a free drink, hookah is available, go-go girls are werkin' and promoters are bringing you something unique every single week!
8 - 10pm at Henrietta Hudson, Free
Unwind | Decompress |Refresh. You asked for it! Relax after work with our early Friday event, SESSIONS, with NYC's most notorious rotating female DJs including: Rosy Q, Robi D Light, Ches and DJ Tikka.
8:15pm at 59E59 Theatres, $35
Don’t You F**king Say a Word is a play about love and hate, about friendly and not so friendly competition. Tennis is just tennis...until it isn't. In this structurally innovative comic drama, which takes place simultaneous over the course of a single tennis match, and over the course of two years, Kate and Leslie explore the complexities of their boyfriends’ competitive spirits. Russ has a temper. Brian has been known to cheat. As their weekly tennis sets play out aggressively on stage, Kate and Leslie dissect their friendship and rivalry in a volley of sharp observation and wry wit. An explosive comedy about love, relationships, and the consequences of a lousy backhand.
7:30pm at Dixon Place, $19 in advance, $22 at the door
Wonder/Through the Looking Glass Houses, by acclaimed transgender performance artist, choreographer and storyteller Arrie Davidson will play six performances only beginning Friday, December 2nd through Saturday, December 17th at 7:30 PM at Dixon Place. This production marks the first full-length work by her socially progressive company KineticArchitecture Dance Theatre. Developed during a 2016 residency at Dixon Place, Wonder/Through the Looking Glass Houses skewers the tales of Lewis Carroll and creates a world of reflection and taboo transformation recreating the characters we are familiar with who are never quite in the right place at the right time. As the White Rabbit with a Marilyn Monroe twist, Ms. Davidson and her fierce, sexy com
10am - 6pm at LIAIGRE TOWNHOUSE, n/a
On November 18th, 2016, Lauren Collin will be exhibiting 13 pieces from her exclusive collection of her latest bas-reliefs series at the LIAIGRE New York townhouse. This exhibition in particular, allows Lauren’s pieces to be exposed to an environment and light outside of the typical gallery space, providing a unique reading to the paper achievements. Light, layout and material form allow the viewer to observe the subtle and unique dialogue between Lauren’s works and the space in which they are displayed. This circumstance is crucial during her creative approach as these factors have a significant impact on how the viewer will perceive the work. The 13 pieces on exhibition are displayed in a variety of sizes and layouts.
8pm at Theater for the New City, $18
From Oy to Vey is a 20-minute raucous off-color opera vaudeville curtain raiser of five select pieces from the larger work by Seymour Barab. Two musical tales of Jewish humor and heartbreak. Lady of The Castle is set in 1947 after the Holocaust. Is there a young Jewish girl still hidden in the old castle? Based on a true story and Lea Goldberg’s Israeli play, Lady of the Castle is a chamber opera about illusion, reality, love, betrayal, death and hope.
5pm at Ginger's, Free
Best buy Happy Hour: half-price on all domestic beers and select liquors, 5pm to 8pm, daily. Groove your bum off to guest DJs and enjoy sassy pink pussycat cocktails or Ginger's draft for $5 at Brooklyn's finest G-spot.
10pm at The Stonewall Inn, Free
Come and see why this is the longest running Friday weekly LGBT dance party at the legendary West Village hotspot! High energy go-go girls rock the stage while rotating DJs get the packed dance floor moving. Fun, friendly and hot bartenders sling cheap drinks so you can make your own herstory where Pride began!
9pm at The Center, Free
The LeGal Foundation provides a pro bono legal clinic devoted to serving NYC’s LGBT community. The clinic is staffed by volunteer attorneys who offer general guidance and referrals, but not legal representation. Arrive early to sign up and ensure that you’re seen. Every Tues.
11pm - 4am at Flash Factory, $30 - $40
Laidback Luke (Techno Set) Get tickets: 21+ Doors at 11PM
Daily drop-in hours in the Center Youth computer lab. Check your email, Facebook, work on that job search or college application, or check out that YouTube video everyone’s talking about! Weekly, Tuesdays- Fridays.
4pm at Cubby Hole, Free
Cubbyhole is the place to start out your favorite day of the week with Happy Hour until 7pm, featuring half-priced well drinks, wine and all beer. Great neighborhood bar. Affectionately known to the GO staff as the “Cheers for Queers!” Possibly the chillest spot in the city! #Cubbyhole
11pm at Boots and Saddle, $8/free with password before 12am
With killer rotating weekly DJs, gogo dancers and special performers of all kinds, you'll have no trouble understanding why this is one of the city's hottest parties (with a consistently crazyattractive crowd). $1 shots at 1am! Photos by photomistress Grace Chu. Emcee Prince Charming on the mic. Free entry until midnight with password found on their Facebook page. Every Friday!
10pm at Metropolitan, Free
First Fridays: Divine Decadence with DJs Dario Speedwagon and Mikey B. Second Fridays: Kooks! with DJ Michael Cavadias. Third Fridays: Jizz with DJs Josh Sparber and Dicap. Fourth Fridays: Everything with DJs Jack and Jill. Performances by Miz Jade. Fifth Fridays (when there is one): Hella with DJ Manila Ice, an evening celebrating some of Metropolitan's favorite singers and performers with videos splashed across the TVs and music on heavy rotation all night.
9pm at Brooklyn Masonic Temple, $35
Get tickets: It’s clear that when someone finally sits down and writes the definitive account of house and techno of the early 21st century, Booka Shade’s work will be all over it. We’re honestly still as giddy as ever when we jam to Booka Shade’s iconic album, “Movements” and have loved watching the pair cement their place in dance music as true innovators. To celebrate a decade since the album’s release, the Frankfurt producers got a load of their favorite artists together for a remix album of reimagined “Movements” tunes - and we’re coming along for the ride! Joined by dance stalwart Doorly, Booka Shade paired with the raw energy of the Masonic Temple will make for an evening all about expansion, celebration

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