Events & Happenings in New York City!
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
time varies at Varies - check site newfest.org, $50 - $5,000
The highly-anticipated annual celebration
of the year’s best LGBT films from around the world
returns! Presented by HBO, NewFest’s 2016 program—
its largest to date—features over 100 narrative
features, documentaries and shorts—plus panels and
parties—that shine a light on the LGBT experience.
Three great venues: the Cinépolis Chelsea Cinemas,
the SVA Theatre and the screening room at The Center.
Check listings on individual festival dates for GO’s top
picks! Thru Oct 25.
2pm at 3LD Art and Technology Center, $20 - $20
The Classical Theatre of Harlem
presents the world premiere of “Fit for a Queen,” a
comedy inspired by the life of Hatshepsut, a woman
who ruled as a pharaoh in ancient Egypt. Hatshepsut's
female lover helps her usurp the throne, only to find
herself at odds with an unexpectedly ruthless rival for
power—her daughter. Thru Oct 30.
time varies at Macy's Herald Square, Free
Grandin Road, a brand known for its stylishly haunting
Halloween decor, opens its first-ever Halloween concept
shop on Macy’s Herald Square’s main floor. Thru
Happy Hour until 7pm with half-priced
select cocktails, beers and wines; grab $2 margaritas
and $3 Bud Lime ‘ritas from 4pm to midnight in
this casual and cozy bar, voted Best Chill Spot at the
GO Readers' Choice Nightlife Awards. #Cubbyhole
5pm - 2am at Henrietta Hudson, Free
Happy Hour until 7pm. $4 Bud
Drafts and $5 Vodka Cranberry cocktails all night!
Fun filled karaoke for the masses from 9pm to 1am
every Tuesday. Come one, come all - grab that mic
and be a diva! Resident host Mia Baz, with plenty of
hits to share and will be joined by Dapper bargirl E
slinging drinks at the bar! On this night, the space is
brimming with sheer talent and personality, courtesy
of staff and patrons alike. Shake your booty and sing
along while you follow the road to your 15 minutes
of fame! Knock back a free Sex on the Beach shot
when you sing your first song!
11am - 6pm at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Free
Feminism Is Politics! is an inquiry into what is conceptualized by feminists and queer/lesbians in the 21st century as New Feminism. The exhibition features video, performance works and art activism that address the feminist position in action and redefine the notion of “political” within the new millennium's paradigm of uncertainty and precarity.
Miss Katie is your lovely host at this weekly karaoke
night. Come belt out your favorite tune with that
stellar voice of yours. $25 bar tab to the most spirited
performer of the evening! $3 well drinks. Third
Tuesdays: Funny HaHa Funny Queer (9pm-10pm). $3
well drinks. Garry Hannon hosts an LGBTQ-centric
show featuring many of NYC's finest comedians.
Fourth Tuesdays: Trips (8pm to 9pm). Katie
Liederman hosts a reading of shared queer travel
stories. Have an interesting story to tell from your
past travels? Share it on stage! Daniel is your bartender
slinging drink specials.
This group provides a pro-social space
for exploring and enhancing how youth can use writing
as a strategy to manage stress. Tuesdays
7 - 9pm at New Women Space, $10
Swiping right doesn't have to suck! Forget the end game and enjoy the process. This workshop is all about making the right connections when swiping right, all while boosting your confidence in online dating. Bring your phones, current apps, your dating stories and let’s enjoy an evening of sharing, swiping and helpful tactics for finding excitement in your dating life.
Sam Pastor has been dabbling in the online dating game since her mom signed her up for J-Date in 2009. She is an advocate for being present and enjoying the process of dating and has been living in New York City for over 13 years.
Tickets available at http://www.newwomenspace.com/eventspage/samantha
For more information about Sam, visit http://www.sampastor.com/
6:30 - 9pm at Trishman Auditorium, Free
“MAJOR!” follows the life
and campaigns of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a 73-yearold
Black transgender woman, a veteran of the 1969
Stonewall Rebellion and organizer who has been fighting
for the liberation of trans women of color for over
40 years. Presented by the Barnard Center for
Research on Women. Q&A with Miss Major and the
filmmakers, Annalise Ophelian and StormMiguel Flores,
8pm at Cinepolis Theater 7, Prices vary
Two young women with an intense, indefinable
connection tell a bittersweet, elliptical love story
about self-discovery, muted desire, and the gray
area between platonic and romantic. Q&A with filmmakers
and select cast follows. Closing film of
NewFest, the LGBT Film Festival.
5:45pm at Cinepolis Theater 7, Prices vary
NewFest’s special centerpiece presentation
is the HBO Documentary Film “The Trans List,”
which allows a diverse group of individuals to tell their
stories in their own words, addressing identity, family,
career, love, struggle and accomplishment. Q&A with
select cast and crew follows. Part of NewFest, the
LGBT Film Festival.
Learn the joys of house-plant horticulture
with the Metropolitan Chapter. 4th Tuesdays.
7 - 8pm at Ripley-Grier Studios, $11 - $15
Come sweat it up with dance fitness instructor Rayvynne at her Rebelles class. Rebelles is a fun, sexy, total body workout to the music of the Caribbean. Using old and new dancehall, soca, chutney and african moves to get you in shape. Learn new and old dancehall, soca, whine and twerking moves while toning and strengthening your core, legs and arms
Classes are every Tuesday in October from 7pm - 8pm at Ripley-Grier Studios in Midtown, Manhattan.
Visit her website at www.Rayvynne.com
Check the front desk or look at the monitors for the class location. Look for the name Rebelles
What to wear or bring?
Wear comfortable clothing that you can move in and proper sneakers to dance in
Bring your water, towel, flags and knee pads
6 - 8pm at O'Brien Irish Pub, $10
*Event:* Shakers and Stirrers - Business Networking Mixer
*Date*: Tuesday 25 October 2016
*Time*: 6pm to 8pm
*Place*: O'Brien's Irish Pub and Restaurant (Private room upstairs) 134 West 46th Street (Between Broadway and Sixth Avenue) New York, NY 10036
*Cost*: NFP Members: $10, Non-Members: $15, AT DOOR: $20 Cash only.
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7pm at House of Yes, $10-$100
If you’ve got a taste for terror… take Carrie to the prom.
Put on your frilliest prom attire, buy your date a corsage, and join us we travel back to the sexy 70's at The House of Yes, when high school was a place for self-discovery, peer-bonding, and telekinetic rage! This time around, the Love Show joins Little Cinema, bringing with them choreography from their horror hit “CARRIE: Blood, Fire, & Ballet” to help bring Brian De Palma’s classic interpretation of Stephen King’s epic tale of adolescent angst off the screen and into your laps! Expect dancers, magic, aerialists, fire and Little Cinema’s patented mix of celluloid and mayhem!
11am at Cinepolis Theater 7, Prives vary
From early explorations and acknowledgement,
to transition and beyond, this bold collection of
short films highlights the complex and diverse experiences
facing trans and genderqueer people today.
Q&A with filmmakers and select cast follows. Part of
NewFest, the LGBT Film Festival.