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10pm - 4am at House of Yes, $15-$30
Founded on downtown LA rooftops and raised in Venice Beach basements, Bixel Boys and Hunter Siegel are the epitome of what bass music is all about - summer's end fun, reimagined house music and a carefree approach to partying. We’re giving you a dose of eviscerating and face-melting bass music at House of Yes, with a dance floor flanked by go-go dancers and extravaganza! Brooklyn selector Alex Raouf kicks the evening off with his signature curatorial mixes. The venue's signature revelry is in full effect. We’re talking performers with out-of-this-world outfits and aerialists that will take you to moon and back! 21+ TICKETS:
9pm at The Center, Free
The LeGal Foundation provides a pro bono legal clinic devoted to serving NYC’s LGBT community. The clinic is staffed by volunteer attorneys who offer general guidance and referrals, but not legal representation. Arrive early to sign up and ensure that you’re seen. Every Tues.
11am - 7pm at ANTHOM, Free
The completely sustainable, Parisian sneaker VEJA is making its official debut in New York with a month-long pop-up at ANTHOM in SoHo. The sneaker has been a hit in France for ten years, but is just making its way to New York. For men and women, they're the the preferred kicks of French street artists….and Marion Cotillard has called them her favorite brand alongside Dior. This pop-up shop will be the first time the complete collection of VEJA sneakers will be in New York. For more info on VEJA, visit Questions? Visit
7:30 - 9:30pm at Gene Frankel Theater, $25
COMMENCING: A Night of Jane Shepard Shorts. From Jane's Kickass Plays for Women -Commencing, Friends of the Deceased and NINE. In Commencing, Kelli can't wait for the blind date her friends have set her up on. Until it turns out to be one very disappointed lesbian named Arlin. Mutually appalled, yet appallingly intrigued, they proceed to pull the screws loose on both straight and gay women's culture, to find the common ground beneath in the search for love and self. In Friends of The Deceased, An embittered widow lies in wait at her husband's grave for the appearance his mistress, and encounters a soulful teen. In NINE two women are held in a life-threatening situation and the mind games they play to keep one
10 - 11pm at Dixon Place, $12-18
InTandem Lab’s Instructions to Decode A(n In)human transformation is a postmodern punk “roach” Kabaret inspired by Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis. Written in verse by Gisela Cardenas and delivered as spoken poetry by a cast of three, I2Decode explores the intertwining of live music, video mapping and words. I2Decode portrays the protagonist of The Metamorphosis, Gregor Samsa, on a high ride after his transformation into a bug. Interspersed seamlessly throughout the piece, Milica Paranosic’s wild, eerie and sensual score is played by an electronic cello, which takes the audience on a journey from the wildness of a punk rock kabaret to the subtle underscoring of the bug’s world.
11am - 6pm at The Metropolitan Pavilion, $20
The Affordable Art Fair NYC will once again gather a dynamic group of galleries to delight your art-curious mind with emerging and established artworks. From September 28 – October 2, 2016 the fair will welcome 74 exhibitors from locations like Brooklyn, Buenos Aires, Istanbul and Tokyo. The Affordable Art Fair’s mission of democratizing art is simple, yet unique: we create a friendly and inspiring atmosphere in which you can find thousands of original paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs all under one roof and from prices ranging between $100 to $10,000, with more than half priced under $5,000. Visit for more information and to purchase tickets.
10pm at House of Yes, $15-$30
Join us at House of Yes for a night of the Bixel Boys and Hunter Siegel!
7pm at The Stonewall Inn, $19.99
In the last five years, Bunny has performed two sold out solo shows at La Escuelita. But that venue closed! So Bunny is bringing her latest blend of raucous, irreverent comedy to the even more legendary Stonewall Inn. And if you thought Stonewall was a riot, don't miss Bunny in this limited run of Trans-Jester.
7:30pm-9pm at The TAI Group, $20
Outside/Inside by Jenny Seidelman Directed by Audrey Alford Tickets $20 at Should people adopt children outside of their race? Chinese American Ken isn't so sure after meeting his boss's daughter, Hannah. His assumptions come to a head at an outrageous dinner party that leaves him and his Caucasian wife, Lacy scrambling. This romantic comedy will make "cultural sensitivity training" sound like a great idea! Featuring Katie Braden, Diane Chen, Eric Elizaga, Kurt Grube, and Jenn Remke The TAI Group, 150 W 30th St, 14th Floor, NYC
10am at Citi Executive Conference Center, Free
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with dozens of major employers that value LGBT diversity in the workplace! Explore possibilities for your future while experiencing panels, workshops and networking opportunities.

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