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5-8pm at BEAST, free
5-8pm, 638 Bergen St (at Vanderbilt Ave), Brooklyn, Recite the lines to cult classics on the big screen with your friends and bartender Krystal. 
check listing at Soho20 Gallery, Free!
Some views of nature are simply so powerful and sculpturally rich as to resist conversion into the illusionistic. They require gestures equally large and physical to reproduce, not the actual scene, but your encounter of the scene. Fire and Ice, takes Anne Elliott into three-dimensional and... (continued)
check listing at Soho20 Gallery, Free!
Affinities, an exhibition of recent watercolor portraits by Cathy Cohen, illustrates an intimate collaboration between artist and sitter. Cohen relishes in the timeless delight that is the now ubiquitous ability to document our lives, and the lives of those closest to us. This body of work is also... (continued)
check listing at Soho20 Gallery, Free!
In both content and form, Mann navigates the contours of physical domestic space, mediating between the formalistic and allegorical nature of house and home. Tilda Mann�s distinct compositional decisions offer structural cohesion with emotive resonance. Geometric play on the painted surface is... (continued)
check listing at Churner and Churner, Free
Churner and Churner is pleased to present �Mutual Immanence,� an exhibition of new paintings by Lisi Raskin. Ranging in size from 4 feet to 2 inches � some small enough to fit in the palm of one�s hand � these paintings reconstitute fragments of material, line, and shape that have been... (continued)
check listing at Theater for the New City, $18, $12 for children 12 and under
Suitable for all ages, an original musical version of Charles Dickens' classic tale written by Robert Sickinger and Alaric Jans, with a cast of 35, including Broadway star Luba Mason* (Chicago, Jekyll & Hyde, How to Succeed, Sunset Blvd.), Cabaret luminary Karen Kohler* (Das Cabaret, Vienna to... (continued)
check listing at The Cathedral of St. John The Divine, Free and Open to the Public
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, announces their service schedule for Holy Week, April 13 � April 20: April 13 - Palm Sunday, April 14 and April 16 - Holy Monday and Holy Wednesday, April 15 - Holy Tuesday, April 17 - Maundy Thursday,... (continued)
8pm at The Bell House, All Day Concert Pass: $30
6th ANNUAL BROOKLYN FOLK FESTIVAL APRIL 18-20, 2014 CONTACT: LYNETTE WILEY, 718.541.6464 ELI SMITH, 347.834.3028 At THE BELL HOUSE, 149 7th Street, BROOKLYN, NY 11215 718.643.6510 Afternoon Concert Pass: $15 Evening Concert Pass $20 All Day Concert Pass: $30 3 Day All Festival Pass: $75
8pm at Abrons Arts Center, $18.00
LIVE BAND ON STAGE! DANCING GIRLS! MAYHEM AND DESTRUCTION! DRINKS! ALL IN�UBU SINGS UBU! Ubu Sings Ubu is a theatrical mash up of Alfred Jarry�s absurdist satire Ubu Roi and the art punk songs of the cult experimental band Pere Ubu. Starring Tony Torn* and Julie Atlas Muz as Pa and Ma... (continued)
check listing at Central Park, 45
ChEckiT!Dance is now accepting applications to the Fourth Annual ChEck Us OuT Dance Festival: A Celebration of Female Choreographers, an eco-friendly evening of dance celebrating female choreographers, to be held in Central Park. The deadline to apply is Friday, May 9, 2014 and the application... (continued)
RICHARD ROSENFELD & ROBERT W RICHARDS: Two survivors of the erotic magazine era will show work never seen since its publication in the 70's - 80's - 90' s.
check listing at Times Square Digital Signs, Free
The Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts have partnered with Tribeca Film Institute� (TFI) for the second time to present April�s Midnight Moment. This month�s film, Local/Express, is made by some of the 20 participants in this year�s Tribeca Film Fellows�... (continued)
11AM to 7PM at Film Biz Recycling, Free
Destination Vintage Sale! Shed those winter blues and come pick out your new spring and summer fashion necessities at our latest destination pop-up shop inside Film Biz Recycling. They have invited us to set up shop in their new "pop-up" space and we've been given full license to get... (continued)
check listing at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Free
This exhibition celebrates groundbreaking work of 10 contemporary New York-based black fashion designers, both established and up-and-coming. Includes fashion designers: Jeffrey Banks, Samantha Black, Stephen Burrows, Donna Dove, Epperson, Michael Jerome Francis, Byron Lars, Tracy Reese,... (continued)
4-10pm at THE RUSTY KNOT, Free
4-10pm, free, 425 West St, JD Samson hosts a queer free-for-all every Sunday at this nautical-themed lounge. Guest DJs, cheap beers, bar snacks and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Hudson River. Relaxed and friendly crowd without all of the attitude.
9am - 9pm at miLES Pop-Up Storefront, Free
Grand St. ( will be showcasing indie electronics - come by for a unique in-person discovery experience. Featured will be some of our faves from the site as well as a few products that are still only available for pre-order, so you'll be one of the first to get to see them in... (continued)
3pm at Westside Theater, $80
Written by Nora and Delia Ephron with a star studded rotating cast including: Rosie O'Donnell, Rita Wilson, Kristin Chenowith....An intimate collection of vignettes and monologues based on the best-selling book, as well as on the recollections of the Ephrons friends. Like the book, this funny and... (continued)
10am-6pm at Jacob K Javits Convention Center, $15 Adults, $5 Kids
Gear up for Earth Day by checking out the auto industry's top green technologies firsthand Toyota is offering attendees of the New York International Auto Show to test drive the Prius Plug-In and the Highlander fuel cell hydrogen vehicle (FCHV). After your ride, head to the Toyota exhibit to view... (continued)
10:00am-6:00pm at Penumbra Foundation, $395+$100 materials fee | Members:$355.50+$100 fee
Create tangible image objects of your digital work, slides, or any image from which you can create a positive or negative transparency! In this workshop students will learn how to create ambrotypes (positives on glass), opalotypes (positives on white tin), and tintypes (positives on blackened tin)... (continued)
10am-6pm at Penumbra Foundation, $395+$100 materials fee | Members:$355.50+$100 fee
This workshop is an introduction to the antique and flexible gum bichromate process. By making artists' watercolors light sensitive and coating the emulsions on elegant paper, students will create images reminiscent of the Photo-Secession period a once controversial viewpoint that the significance... (continued)
10am-5pm at Fort Greene, Free
For the first time ever, the Brooklyn Flea will be coming to Williamsburg. This weekend, the Flea will head back outdoors to its flagship site on Saturdays in Fort Greene and on Sundays, will be at its new Williamsburg waterfront location between North 6th and North 7th Streets on an undeveloped... (continued)
2pm4am at CUBBYHOLE, no cover
Brunch cocktails, anyone? Cubby Hole offers Blood Marys, everyones lazy-Sunday favorite, for just $3.50. For the ladies who love their hops, Miller Lite Drafts and Budweisers are $2.50
check listing at Alwan for the Arts, $140 (8 weeks), $80 (4 weeks)
The Alwan Music Studies Program instructs students of all levels in Arabic music theory (maqam [modals], rhythms & micro-tones) and classical and folk repertoires with some of New York's most renowned Arab Musicians and Vocalists and also members of Alwan's own Arab Music Ensemble. This session... (continued)
8-9pm at The Secret Theatre, $18
Long shadows, hungry desires, sad clowns and devastating dreams. These are sparks in the devised theatre-making at the heart of THE SECRET PARIS PROJECT. The Project features an ensemble of eight clowns as they exploring the sad, queer world of Paris in the 1930s. Inspired by Brassa�'s... (continued)
check listing at Leslie Lohman Museum, Free
Wooster St. Window Gallery "Post-Performance Syndrome" is an installation and abbreviation of two years of performative work by Jade Yumang. In most of these performances Yumang creates elaborate environments and costumes as a way to evoke queer history and create new ones based on the... (continued)
6PM TO 2AM at Madame X, No Cover
ESCAPE @ MADAME X SUNDAYS 6 PM TO 2 AM ESCAPE on Sundays to the newest LGBTQ party where all are welcome. The vibe is chill but the bartender's hot, serving up specialty cocktails while DJs spin the best of Top 40/EDM, Hip-Hop, Throwback, Latin, House, Disco, 80s and more. There's cozy lounge... (continued)
10pm at METROPOLITAN, free
10pm, free, 559 Lorimer St (btw Metropolitan Ave and Devoe St), Brooklyn, $2 Bud and Bud Light drafts. DJ Merkin Muffley likes to shake things up. His set is full up bitch, and you will be flippin' that hair and acting like the queen. Plenty of interesting video segments and... (continued)
2pm-2am at HENRIETTA HUDSON, Free
2-pm-2am, free, 438 Hudson St (at Morton St) Two-for-one happy hour 4-7pm; Drink specials for each event. The all-new Henrietta Hudson switches it up with a revolving door of revelry with Flip Sundays. Feb 9, Mar 2 Rock Hudson (5-10pm). $4 Bud Light and $5 vodka drinks. Jessie... (continued)

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