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5pm at Ginger's, free
Best buy Happy Hour: half-price on all domestic beers and selected liquors, 5pm-8pm daily. Barkeep Perry serves daily special Jagermister shots for $3.50 and Ginger's draft for $5. Unwind, quench your thirst and wash down those Monday blues! Pool table, flat screens, digital jukebox, back garden open!
4pm at Cubbyhole, free
Hang with the regulars—in fact, become a regular! $4 drink specials from 7pm-midnight plus Happy Hour until 7pm with half-priced well drinks, wine and all beer. And for some added summer fun, Cabana boys and girls will be buying and serving Corona and Corona Light from 7pm to 9pm every Monday in... (continued)
various times at Village East Cinema, Tickets for general admission are $14
The 38th Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF), presented by Asian CineVision, announces the schedule of screenings to be held July 23 – August 1, 2015 at various venues in Manhattan and Queens. As the nation’s first and longest running Asian American film festival, AAIFF 2015... (continued)
5pm at Rainbow Room, $34
This summer, Rainbow Room welcomes Max Weinberg for a nine-week summer series titled “Mondays with Max: Spend Summer Mondays with The Max Weinberg Orchestra at Rainbow Room.” Max Weinberg and The Max Weinberg Orchestra will perform every Monday through August 31, with help from occasional surprise... (continued)
9:30am at Center for Jewish History, Free
A new exhibit on display in The David Berg Rare Book Room at the Center for Jewish History recounts the efforts made by American Jews and African Americans to fight for the fundamental American promise of equality before and during the Civil Rights era. “Allied in the Fight: Jews, Blacks and the... (continued)
10am at BLANK SPACE, Free
BLANK SPACE is pleased to announce the second solo exhibition with the New York-based artist Antoinette Wysocki titled Wallflower at the new gallery space on 30 Gansevoort Street. Wysocki’s new series of paintings focus on the artist’s meditation on nature and its inherent language that incessantly... (continued)
5pm at Henrietta Hudson, free
Happy Hour until 7pm. $4 Bud Light and $5 Margaritas all night long. Come celebrate the history and queer-friendly energy of Greenwich Village - the birthplace of the gay rights movement - by mixing the LGBTQ community with hipster locals for a friendly fusion of LGBTQ and their pals. Pool sharks... (continued)
10pm at Metropolitan, free
$2 PBR tallboys and $5 PBR/shots. DJs David John Sokolowski and Econ spin house, new wave and disco. Performance art, drag, live music and slam poetry shows at midnight.
4pm at PTC Performance Space, $27.50
The course of true art never did run smooth. Come be an invited guest of the Great Earl in this exclusive chance to meet Clowne, the most infamous jester of the age, and his traveling troop of fools as they employ madcap madness and musical comedy in their desire to divert you! Wits will be... (continued)
6pm at Blujeen, $65
Founded by Chef Lance Knowling, Chef Maxcel Hardy and Alize Beal, the Black Chef Summer Series is a nine week highlight of amazing African American chefs with diverse and distinctive palettes and skill set from across the country. Taking place at BluJeen, this Monday night series invites foodies... (continued)
varied at Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Free
Interface: Queer Artist Forming Community through Social Media is an eclectic mix of queer New York artists working in a wide variety of styles and mediums that became friends and colleagues through social media. This exhibition emblematizes a shifting time in the art world where technology allows... (continued)
9:30am at Central Park-Tavern on the Green, Adults- $40 Kids(12 and under)-$25
New York City’s biggest bike tour and rental company presents its most popular guided tour, a two-hour journey that covers both ends of Central Park from top to bottom. From lesser-known sights like Sheep Meadow and Shakespeare Garden to Bethesda Foundation and Strawberry Fields, Bike Central Park... (continued)
5:45pm at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Pay What You Wish
STORYLINES: CONTEMPORARY ART AT THE GUGGENHEIM PROGRAMS Gerard & Kelly: Timelining Rotunda Floor Artist duo Gerard & Kelly stage their performance Timelining (2014), which investigates how personal history, intimacy, and memory bind people in time. Recently acquired by the Guggenheim,... (continued)
10am at The Penumbra Foundation, $355.50 + $100 materials fee
In 1850, Frenchman, Louis-Desiré Blanquart-Evrard (1802-1872), invented the albumen print. This process involved immersing a sheet of paper in an egg and salt wash, brushing the paper with silver nitrate for light sensitivity, and exposing the coated paper to sunlight for minutes or even hours. ... (continued)

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