Events & Happenings in New York City!
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6pm at Entertainment Cruises, $107+
Light up your night aboard Spirit Cruises and Bateaux New York with front row seats to the city’s fireworks extravaganza. As part of “NYC’s Chinese New Year” festival, we invite you to witness the world-class display right on the Hudson River! Dine, dance and delight in our creative cuisine, live... (continued)
2pm at Henrietta Hudson, Free before 9pm/$10 after
Happy Hour 4pm to 7pm and free shots for the first 100 guests after 9pm! This is what NYC is all about - the busiest night of the week where sexy locals mix with the bridge and tunnel crowd and world travelers alike (and occasional random visits from celebrities)! You never know who you are going... (continued)
6pm at 49 Grove, $20 advance/$25 door
How would you like to go on 30+ micro dates in one night? Oh, the possibilities! Reserve your seat today @ Seats sell out quickly and may not be available at the door. Spend your evening with me while I guide you through each... (continued)
8pm at C'mon Everybody, $10
Binary Sol derives their sound from electronic, hip-hop, r&b, and soul influences. While drawing from influences that span from Stevie Wonder, to Discolsure, to Hiatus Kaiyote, and many more, the duo works to provide their own futuristic take on the music that inspires them most. They are true... (continued)
10:30am at Trump SoHo, $25 per child
Join us for a holiday celebration full of treats and craft activities, including; Create your own Snow Globes; Make Valentine’s Cards; Crafting galore; Design-Your-Own Cookies. Visit for details. RSVP to by Wednesday, February 3rd.
2pm at Ginger's, Free
Best buy Happy Hour: half-price on all domestic beers and selected liquors, 2pm to 8pm. It's all about the vibe. Daily $3.50 lemon drop shots and Ginger's draft for $5.
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)
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)
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 Saturday night that doesn’t break the bank!
9pm at Bum Bum Bar, Free
The unique, the original, the best mixes, the best drinks and the best company.
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)
9pm at ArtBeam, $85-$155
La Nuit en Rosé – the largest food & wine festival dedicated to rosé – has expanded its 2016 program to highlight the popularity and diversity of rosé wines. As the first of five festivals (and a new addition to the 2016 lineup of events), the New York Winter Edition will transport guests from... (continued)
10:30pm at Branded Saloon, Free
Join us for an evening of songs to honor and mourn our brilliant friend and country musician Bryn Kelly. We will be playing the songs she loved to sing, and some dedicated to her, from the old timey songbook and from that old time religion. Including members of Bryn's former band The Invert Family... (continued)
5:30pm at Waldorf Astoria, $375+
The HRC Greater NY Steering Committee and Gala Chairs cordially invite you to join us at The 15th Annual HRC Greater NY Gala as we celebrate our victories and work towards full equality and civil rights. Get your tickets today at! #HRCGreaterNY
6pm at Harlem School of the Arts, Free
The Harlem School of Arts Visual Arts Department Emerging & Teaching Artists Exhibition is pleased to present Rewriting History: paper gowns & photographs, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based Haitian artist Fabiola Jean-Louis. This collection of new and recent works will be her first solo... (continued)
1:30pm at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, $25
Moving from the city to a new house in the country can be tough. Luckily, Henry’s got Mudge, a fun 182-pound canine buddy! He teaches his new friend to sit, heel, and shake his hand, but rolling over is one trick Henry just can’t seem to teach Mudge. When Henry’s cousin Annie comes for a visit,... (continued)
3pm at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Free
Sergio Bessa leads a guided tour and discussion with Julie Ault—founding member of the artists’ collective Group Material (1979-1996), which regularly included Martin Wong in its shows—and Alex Fialho—programs manager at Visual AIDS, an organization dedicated to utilizing art to fight AIDS by... (continued)
9pm at The Bowery Hotel, $85+
Beat the winter blues and join The Center’s Young Leaders for an evening of elegant dress, mysterious masks, open vodka bar, decadent drinks and marvelous burlesque! Attire is sexy, black tie optional. Masks encouraged!
9am at New Balance Track and Field at the Armory, $10-$30
The 16th Annual Armory Track Invitational will take place February 5-6 at the New Balance Track & Field Center at The Armory. This year, the top men and women student-athletes will represent 60 colleges including Mississippi State, Wisconsin, Arizona, Ohio State, South Carolina, Miami (Fla.),... (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)
10am at The Playroom Theatre, $175
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) presents their annual and extremely popular "Raising Money for Theater: Who, How and When to Ask” workshop, on Saturday, February 6th, 2016 from 10am to 6pm at The Playroom Theatre, 151 W 46th Street, 11th floor, NYC. It's a new year filled with new... (continued)
6pm at Harlem School of the Arts, Free
The Harlem School of Arts Visual Arts Department Emerging & Teaching Artists Exhibition is pleased to present Rewriting History: paper gowns & photographs, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based Haitian artist Fabiola Jean-Louis. This collection of new and recent works will be her first solo... (continued)
3pm & 8pm 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)
7:30pm at Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center, $20
Raja Feather Kelly and Brooklyn Dance Club present the World Premiere of Lurical Dances for a Lost Generation at Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center, 29 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY, from February 5-6, 2016. Performances: Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 for general seating and are available at... (continued)
3pm at Microsoft Flagship Store, $25
The Chef Showdown is back and bigger than ever! We're back it again, and we're bringing out the champions to cook it out (because if they duked it out, then we'd have no food). New Venue, New Time, New Bites! The Chef Showdown is a competitive platform for new and ambitious chefs to showcase... (continued)
8pm 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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Kate Clinton at RVCC Theater
Kate Clinton at RVCC Theater