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9pm at Henrietta Hudson, Free
This is the place to spend your late Sunday nights, hanging with Bargirl E and Nori on the door. This one has a fun, laid-back vibe. Free pool, ping pong and board games all night with Happy Hour ’til midnight. A mix of pop, hip-hop, reggae and more on the virtual jukebox. Come hang at the... (continued)
2pm at Cubbyhole, Free
Wind down your weekend with $4 Bloody Marys and mimosas until 7pm and $3 Bud Light, Cubbyhole lager, Yuengling, Coors and PBR until 1am. Boasting cheap (and delicious) drinks and one of the friendliest crowds in the city, Cubbyhole is a must for anyone looking for a good time in a safe,... (continued)
10pm at Metropolitan, Free
$3 Bud Light, $4 Narragansett Lager, $4 Fireball and $5 Sauza Blue Tequila. DJ Erica Kenia likes to shake things up and bring it hard week after week. You never know what to expect on a Sunday night after a weekend of partying!
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)
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)
10:30am at Triskelion Arts, $15 online/$20 door
A sock puppet play with the highest thread count! Ages 2+. Brooklyn’s newest family sensation, A Sock’s Fables, is a comedy fest for both kids and adults. Featured on NY1’s Parenting show “Where to Go!”, this fun-filled 45-minute show wows with live music, adorable puppets and enough knock-knock... (continued)
2pm 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)
4pm at The Rusty Knot, Free
JD Samson hosts this award-winning weekly mixed queer tea dance on the Hudson River. You will always find amazing LGBTQ DJs, including JD and Amber Valentine! Catch an amazing sunset with a frozen drink, delicious snacks and great jams to get your week started on a positive note. Guest DJs every week!
2pm at Ginger's, Free
Best buy Happy Hour: half-price on all domestic beers and selected liquors, 2pm to 8pm. Gingers draft for $5. Watch all team sports on TV. Enjoy game-time nibbles. Pool room in back, video games and year-round garden. Luscious Lola hosts bingo at 7:30pm!
6pm at Carolines on Broadway, Tickets: $75- General Admission, $250- Premium Sea
The Fund for Women’s Equality and the ERA Coalition will present the inaugural “A Night of Comedy with Jane Fonda” comedy event at Carolines on Broadway on Sunday, February 7. Hosted by legendary actress, philanthropist and activist Jane Fonda the evening will include performances from Judah... (continued)
12pm at Leslie-Lohman Museum Prince St. Project Space, Free
Ayakamay (b. 1985) is a Japanese-American artist lives and works in New York. Her works encompass photography, video and performing arts. Her adolescence in a cross cultural environment strongly influenced her practice. “GENDERLESS” is a series of self portraits by Ayakamay, using herself as a... (continued)
3pm at Fourth Street Theatre, $15-$25
Brooklyn Repertory Theater presents the third production of its inaugural season, Chekhov's Three Sisters. In keeping with the company's mission, the play features a multiracial company. Directed by Victor Cervantes Jr. (Middle Voice Theater Company), its interpretation of this Russian classic... (continued)
4pm at SouthWest NY, Free w RSVP
The biggest sporting event of the year is upon us! The stadium has been chosen, the halftime performers have been announced, and we can feel the anticipation in the air. Super Bowl 50 is quickly approaching, and this year, SouthWestNY is joining the football festivities! With TexMex creations,... (continued)
4pm at Treadwell Park, Free with RSVP
Join us for the biggest sporting event in America! Watch the game on one of twelve TVs, including two large projector screens. Our daily menu is available, where options from a giant soft pretzel to house smoked chicken and pork sandwiches pair perfectly with our featured 20 draft beers. Our... (continued)
4pm at Pound & Pence, Free with RSVP
The stadium has been chosen, the halftime performers have been announced, and we can feel the anticipation in the air. Super Bowl 50 is quickly approaching, and we can’t wait! This year, Pound & Pence, a British Pub neighboring Wall Street, is joining the football festivities. With its... (continued)
2pm at The Joyce Theater, $10-60
Combining classic and contemporary dance that is strongly influenced by her African heritage, Johannesburg-born dancer and choreographer Dada Masilo creates explosive, passionate work. Her reimagining of Swan Lake is no exception as the dancers are not only propelled by Tchaikovsky but also by... (continued)

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