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10pm at Bum Bum Bar, $10
The unique, the original, the best mixes, the best drinks and the best company. Entry price comes with a free drink!
4pm at Henrietta Hudson, Free before 10pm/$12 after
Happy Hour 4pm to 7pm, free shots for the first 100 guests after 9pm. This is what NYC is all about - the busiest night of the week with sexy locals mixing with the bridge and tunnel crowd and world travelers (with occasional random visits from celebrities!). You never know who you’ll meet! Resident DJ Culi runs deep with her signature sound, fusing clubby pop, dance and house. Hot go-go’s and show stopping performances each week! Email info@henriettahudson.com for party packages.
4pm at Cubbyhole, Free
Kick back at Happy Hour until 7pm every Saturday, with half-priced well drinks, wine and all beer. Guaranteed to be a fun night that doesn’t break the bank! #Cubbyhole
10pm at Metropolitan, Free
Every other Saturday: Metro-Sensual. Frankie Sharp (Westgay) invades Brooklyn with an evening of debauchery and overall madness. Featuring hot go-go boys, guest DJs and a guest host. It's ham gurl. Every other Saturday: Gag! As hosts of the longest running gay party in Brooklyn (10 years and counting!), DJ's Cameron and Zach will whip up a delicious mix of dirty dance and classics that will have your booty shaking into the wee hours of the night!
11am at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Free
In conjunction with the exhibition Moholy-Nagy: Future Present, this film program includes documentaries about László Moholy-Nagy and the Bauhaus, selections of abstract cinema, works by contemporary filmmakers inspired by the artist, and William Cameron Menzies’s 1936 classic Things to Come, for which Moholy-Nagy was commissioned to make special effects.
2pm at Ginger's, Free
Best buy Happy Hour: half price on all domestic beers and select liquors, 2pm to 8pm. It's all about the vibe. Daily $3.50 lemon drop shots and Ginger's draft for $5.
12pm at Cacio e Vino, $25
This popular and exciting tour explores the former social clubs, homes and haunts of some of the most influential 20th century mobsters, while uncovering the truth behind many Mafia legends. Discuss the Italian immigrant experience and the social, political and economical conditions which allowed organized gangsterism to thrive in the slums of New York City by the turn of the century. Also visit sites where Godfather, Mean Streets, Donnie Brasco, Sopranos and more were filmed. "MUST DO.." -Frommer's "YOU'LL BE AMAZED..." -NBC Tour is led by Eric Ferrara, a fourth-generation Little Italy native, published author, movie & TV consultant and founder of the award-winning Lower East Side History Project.
9:30am at North Meadow Recreation Center, Central Park, Free
Get your body beach-ready for summer and take pleasure in views of the park’s landscapes while you’re at it. Ages 18 and up. Every Sat.
11pm at LAVO New York, $20-$30
GENERIK WITH SAM PACE @ LAVO NIGHTCLUB
8pm at Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center, $15-$20
DELIRIOUS Dances presents To Begin The World Over Again at Gibney Dance’s Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center, 280 Broadway (entrance at 53A Chambers Street).
11am at Hester Street Fair, Free
This Saturday, Hester Street Fair is partnering with Tiger Beer to throw an Independence Day BBQ with beer, roast pig by Black Tree, and music by none other than Stretch Armstrong. Some may know him from the infamous Stretch and Bobbito radio show, which aired through Columbia University in the 1990’s and was responsible for discovering such hip-hop legends as the Notorious BIG, Jay-Z, Nas and more. As usual, the fair will also feature local artisans, delicious sweets and plenty of outdoor games for adults and kids alike.
Check website for times at Museum of Modern Art, $25
Major exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art examines the artist’s radical, innovative works. It will be on display from Saturday, March 26 until Sunday, July 24. The exhibition shows Edgar Degas, best known as a painter and chronicler of the ballet, at his most modern. Bringing new focus to his extraordinary and rarely seen monotype prints and their impact on his wider practice, Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty is the first exhibition in the U.S. in nearly 50 years to examine these radical, innovative works—and MoMA’s first exhibition devoted solely to the artist.
10:30am at Museum of Modern Art, $25
Named after the New Jersey town where an apparition of the Virgin Mary allegedly appeared on the window of a house, Rachel Harrison’s room-sized multimedia work exemplifies a cross-disciplinary approach to making art.
9pm at Paradise Factory, $18
Planet Connections Theatre Festivity is pleased to announce the world premiere of A Stopping Place, a new one-man show written and performed by Stephen Powell, directed by Clara Pagone, and produced by Leonie Ettinger. A Stopping Place, the first original play by Stephen Powell, brings to the stage a riveting exploration of the lasting effects that trauma inflicts on the individual, told through the personal meditations of a lone, anonymous character. A Stopping Place benefits MCCNY Homeless Youth Services supporting New York City’s young LGBT population in crisis.

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