Events & Happenings in New York City!
Saturday, July 23, 2016
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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.
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.
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.
Check website for times at Urban Bush Women, Check website for price
“SLI” is our annual 10-day intensive that serves as the foundation for all of UBW’s community engagement activities. For Urban Bush Women's 16th SLI themed "You, Me, We – Understanding Internalized Racial Oppression and How it Manifests in Our Artistic Community," we will help us answer these important questions: Do we find ourselves striving for pre-defined ideas of beauty and excellence? Does our work challenge or recreate dominant frameworks and systems of policing that ignore history, culture, power and lineage? At You, Me, We - we will find our individual and collective power together!
12pm at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Free
Artur Pashkov explores sexuality as energy and its mechanics and manifestations, whether it is a personal sexuality or sexuality in general. This is why there are self-portraits paintings and abstract paintings in the show to express the idea of sexual energy through fine art. This energy runs the world, and nudity is an essential part of it, something that Artur thinks people should not be ashamed of.
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.
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 for party packages.
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.
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.
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!
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 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!
1pm at Street Corner, Free
In celebration of Charlotte Tilbury’s Hot Lips lipstick collection, inspired by some of the world’s most mesmerizing celebrities, we’re teaming up with Mister Softee to give out complimentary Hot Lips Frozen Yogurt or Hot Lips Ice Cream in a pretty shade of pink—as well as a free Hot Lips lipstick sample. From July 21st to July 24th, the truck will be stationed in the heart of the Meatpacking District for everyone to enjoy (a few blocks away from the Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips billboard).
10am at Woodstock, $100
Workshop with Nancy Azara at her studio in Woodstock, NY. Nancy Azara is an artist whose sculpture is carved, assembled and highly painted wood with gold and silver leaf and encaustic. The wood, the paint and the layers that make up the sculpture record a journey of memory, images and ideas. This workshop will metaphorically bring us to view a reflection of ourselves and examine the different aspects of that reflection through meditation and artmaking as we explore this concept. Participants will make collages and drawings using various materials such watercolor, pencil, crayon, etc. To register call 917-572-7461
10:30am at Children's Museum of The East End, Price varies
The Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) will host their 8th Annual Family Fair fundraiser, ”Celebrating Heroes” on Saturday, July 23rd. This year’s superhero-themed Fair welcomes a group of Honorary Co-Chairs, which include, Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann, Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, Jane Krakowski, Katie Lee, Molly Sims, Tiffani Thiessen and Brady Smith. With a special focus on local community heroes such as first responders, the Fair will feature super-powered crafts, water rides, performances, music and food.
2pm & 7:30pm at Producer's Club, $15 advance/$20 door
"Bitches" begins when high school senior Kate has an unexpected run in with a mysterious figure from her past. With spinning, dandelion tea, and a decades-old cult, Kate's life transforms from the average high school experience into a unique tale about self-acceptance and discovery.
10pm at Lot 45, $8
Head out to Brooklyn to join Hot Rabbit for the hottest bi-monthly queer party in the city! Two Saturdays a month, they hit you with some of the best DJs in NYC at one of Bushwick's sexiest venues. Always providing vogue-go magic and special performances, this party delivers.
10pm at Bum Bum Bar, $10
Celebrate Colombian independence with the best Latin music in the city and $2 Aguadiente shots! A bottle of Aguadiente will also be given away!
6pm at Highline Ballroom, 15-20
It's the show that serves up plenty of beer and plenty of laughs - it's BeerProv! BeerProv spilled onto the comedy scene for the first time in June of 2010 and quickly developed a reputation as being one of the funniest shows in Canada. A rotating cast of comedians instantly create hilarious, unscripted sketches from audience suggestions and are eliminated one by one until only the winner remains and is awarded the coveted BeerProv Mug of Champions! Oh. And everyone is drinking throughout the entire show. Especially the folks onstage. It’s an experience you’ll never forget. Grab a few friends, eat something starchy and see why BeerProv is one of the funniest shows you will ever see.
1pm & 5pm at The Duke on 42nd St, $27.50
Tony Award-winner Donna McKechnie (A Chorus Line) and Tony & Olivier Award-Nominee Tony Sheldon (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) will star. Paul Stancato directs and choreographs a cast of 14, which also includes Colin Anderson, Leslie Becker, Patrick Connaghan*, Chase Crandell*, Chloe Holgate*, Charlotte Maltby*, Ben McHugh*, Kalia Medeiros*, Erika Peterson, Chris Ramirez*, Casey Shane, and Sam Simahk*. 1928. The world is enthralled as American debutante, Constance Nielsen, marries into one of Europe’s ancient Royal Families. But when an impassioned affair with her music teacher sparks uproar, news of her tragic death turns her from living legend into timeless icon. 40 years later, a young man in search of his grandfather's past finds...
9pm at Branded Saloon, $7-$15 sliding scale
One of NYC's best variety shows! Staches and Lashes is an outrageously campy and unforgettable night of drag kings, drag queens and burlesque brought to you by the Brooklyn drag collective, Switch n' Play and our special guests: Qualms Galore, Sweet Lorraine and more! This month's show is held in memory of KJ Morris/"Daddy K," a drag king and community leader who worked at Pulse. Proceeds will be donated to Orlando victims & families.
12pm at House of Yes, $20
DJ George Faya and instructor Gina Benenati lead you through an hour of vinyasa flow accompanied by deep house grooves — then stay and enjoy House of Yes’ Disco Brunch! Yoga, loosely translated from its Sanskrit root – means “union” or “integration” – the bringing together of a sound mind & spirit within a sound body. Bring your own mat and join us as DHY veteran instructor Gina Benenati takes us through an hour of invigorating Vinyasa Flow, while DJ George Faya (Service Industry, Social Agenda) soundtracks our journey to physical and spiritual enlightenment on the House of Yes’ thumping sound system. Then stay for House of Yes’ funky Disco Brunch!
1pm at The June Havoc Theatre, 27.50
Inspired by two stories from Edgar Allan Poe, A SCYTHE OF TIME takes us to London, 1881, where the public can’t get enough of the infamously sensational Blackwood Articles, in which writers take their own lives and, in the process of dying, record their experience with death. On the other side of town, our heroine Signore Zenobia embarks on a quest to unravel the mystery of the articles in an effort to save her own magazine, and finds time pressing down on her as she composes a Blackwood Article of her very own. A bizarre tale of power and love, poetic justice and bloody revenge, A SCYTHE OF TIME shows us just how far one goes for fame and recognition in an absurd world.
7pm at Salle des Combins, Free
MasterVoices (formerly The Collegiate Chorale) will make its eighth appearance at the Verbier Festival on July 23 and 25, 2016 in concerts conducted by Charles Dutoit and Gábor Takács-Nagy. MasterVoices cherishes a rich collaboration with the Verbier Festival since its first appearance there under James Levine in 2005, and is pleased to return and celebrate their shared vision for artistic excellence and inter-generational exchange through music.
12pm at Fitzcarraldo, $10
HER NYC is BACK baby and we're headed to Brooklyn! Come celebrate summer 2016 with chilled day time beats, an amazing BBQ feast, washed down with cocktails, fun, sun and of course... BABES. If you came to our last event, The MixHer, well you know what a good time it was. The HER Girls will be there again to introduce you to all the people you don't know, including your future ex-girlfriend or maybe even wife... This day party will be at Bushwick's awesome Fitzcarldo event space. So you can hang in the sun by the grill or get your sweat on inside on the dance floor. Online advance ticket holders will receive a free beer from our amazing sponsors PBR AND a discount on entry to our official after party Hot Rabbit's BAD HABIT.
check website at Metropolitan Pavilion, $20
The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is our most intimate event serving the antique and estate jewelry and watch industry. With more than 100 of the most elite dealers, this show provides attendees access to premium examples of historical and unique merchandise showcased in a relaxed setting for customers and exhibitors to enjoy the shopping experience. Elegant signed pieces from famous names including Cartier, Tiffany’s, David Webb, Harry Winston, Patek Philippe, Van Cleef & Arpels and many others permeate the show floor. In addition, all categories of jewelry such as cameos, tennis bracelets, rings, decorative necklaces, brooches, gemstones and pendants will be available.

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