Zaarly Bazaar The Space (50 N. 3rd St., Brooklyn) 7pm Free, RSVP here The Zaarly Bazaar is coming back to Williamsburg, Happy Hour style. Join us May 22 at The Space at 50 N3rd (located in The Villain) for food and drinks. We’ll even give you $20 credit to use towards purchases with your favorite [...]
Click here for 50% off tickets to A Man and His Ship. The ACADEMi of Life presents a discussion with historian and author Steven Ujifusa, whose book A Man And His Ship, about America’s best naval architect William Gibbs was selected by The Wall Street Journal as one of the ten best non-fiction books of [...]
The So So Glos / Pedico Webster Hall (125 E. 11th St., Manhattan) 7pm doors, 8pm show Free with RSVP Click here for more free New York City events & things to do.
Thursday, May 23rd: ABSOLUT Stars & Stripes Dance Party RSVP for location pm Free, RSVP required DJ Questlove is back at the decks ahead of the Memorial Day weekend for another ABSOLUT® Lunch Break! Join us on Thursday, May 23rd for another one-hour afternoon dance party, complete with a to-go sack lunch. Last month, the [...]
Flat Vernacular Pattern Pop-Up Launch Party Pier 17, South Street Seaport, Manhattan 7-9pm Free OPEN FROM MEMORIAL DAY TO LABOR DAY. At the South Street Seaport, Pier 17. We are so pleased to announce that FV will be hosting a Pattern Pop-Up shop in the Pier 17 building (89 South St. NYC)! We will have [...]
At Last I Am Born: A Morrissey Birthday Celebration The Bell House (149 7th St., Brooklyn) 7pm Front Lounge Pre-party / 8pm Performance Space Doors $12 in advance Raven & Crow Presents At Last I Am Born: A Morrissey Birthday Celebration Featuring A live set by The Sons & Heirs, NYC’s tribute to The Smiths [...]
Sound Bath Meditation Body Actualized Center (143 Troutman St., Brooklyn) 9pm $10-15 suggested ⇯ Come prepared to be transported. ⇯ These bowls, ranging from 6 inches to 18 inches are highly vibratory. They are made 99.992% pure crushed quartz and heated to about 4000 degrees in a centrifugal mold. When sounded, they can have a [...]
In Memory HERE (145 Sixth Ave., Manhattan) 7pm $15 in advance Deon is a reclusive poet in a coma who encounters historical figures she’s always admired on a journey through her own memories as she attempts to wake herself up. While her step-brother and sister sit at her hospital bed wishing her dead, Deon explores [...]
SUA / ADVAETA Cameo Gallery (93 N. 6th St., Brooklyn) 10pm $8 Click here for more cheap New York City events & things to do.
Some Questionable Shapes: Bennett Sims, Fiona Maazel & Benjamin Hale Housing Works’ Bookstore Café (126 Crosby St., Manhattan) 7pm Free Celebrate Bennett Sims’ debut novel, A Questionable Shape (Two Dollar Radio) with readings from Bennett Sims, Fiona Maazel (Woke Up Lonely) and Benjamin Hale (The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore). Click here for more free New [...]
TinyRhino: UglyShots Littlefield (622 Degraw St., Brooklyn) 7:30pm doors, 8pm start $10 in advance May’s installment of TinyRhino will be our second UglyShots, a partnership with Over Shots Productions. The quarterly series pairs the TinyRhino drinking game concept* with a series of short films. Six short films will be conceived, written, filmed and edited specifically [...]
George Packer & Brooke Gladstone Barnes & Noble Union Square (33 E. 17th St., Manhattan) 5pm doors, 7pm start (arrive early) Free, priority seating with book purchase Click here for more free New York City events & things to do.
The New Public LaunchPad (721 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn) 4:30-7pm $5 suggested The Kurt Hahn Expeditionary Learning School, Launch Expeditionary Learning School, and Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School, are collaboratively sponsoring a film screening in Crown Heights, Brooklyn of Jyllian Gunter’s documentary, The New Public. This is a joint effort to bring together our diverse school communities [...]
The Wall Street Journal Tech Café Think Coffee (73 8th Ave., Manhattan) 8am-8pm Free, RSVP here The Wall Street Journal Tech Café is a hub for the entrepreneur and tech communities to share ideas and debate how technology and business coexist. Refuel. Coffee, tea and pastries on us! Recharge. Charging stations will keep your devices [...]
The Fate of the Species 42nd St. side of Bryant Park, Manhattan 12:30-1:45pm Free The award-winning journalist and executive editor of Scientific American talks with senior writer at Time magazine Jeffrey Kluger (author of Apollo 13) about his latest book, The Fate of the Species: Why the Human Race May Cause Its Own Extinction and [...]
Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Pl., Manhattan) 7pm $10 in advance Post-screening discussion with co-producer Barbara Sasser This new documentary tells the story of the Frieder brothers, cigar makers from Cincinnati, who teamed up with Manuel Quezon, the first president of the Philippines, along with Paul [...]
Stef Comedy Jam LaunchPad (721 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn) 8pm $10 Featuring… :: Tomas Delgado (Telomundo,JFK Sat Here Monthly Show At Parkside Lounge) :::: Freddy Sheffield (Carolines, Broadway, New York Comedy Club, Pilots, Movies) :::::: Jake Young (Nerd Of Mouth Podcast, Geek Comedy Tour, Creek And the Cave) :::::::: Simeon Goodson :::::::::: DJ & Comedy By [...]
Ready to provide a forever home to Gizmo (in the video above) or another cute little kitty? This spring, love is in bloom at Bideawee, and we want to share it. For the entire month of May, all cats 6 months of age and older will be FREE. Spring is a time for fresh starts [...]
Wednesday, May 22nd: ‘Romance & Other Disasters’: Michael Ian Black & Anna Chlumsky Read (Get 50% Off Tickets Now)
Click here for 50% off tickets to Romance & Other Disasters. An all-star cast featuring Michael Ian Black (The State, Stella), Anna Chlumsky (Veep), Kirsten Vangsness (Criminal Minds) and others read romance-related “tales of infatuation, heartbreak, cave-painting and political protests” by humor authors Simon Rich and Patricia Marx for this Selected Shorts event. Rich and [...]
Stargazing on the High Line High Line (Between Little W. 12th & W. 14th St., Manhattan) Dusk Free Gaze at the stars, planets, and Moon through the high-powered telescopes of the Amateur Astronomers Association, and chat with the experts about the sights you see. Stargazing at the High Line takes place every Tuesday, beginning at [...]
“It’s All in Your Mind!” with Cognitive Neuroscientist Heather Berlin The Bell House (149 7th St., Brooklyn) 7:30pm Free How much control do you have over your brain? In recent years, scientists have discovered a tremendous amount of human behavior is actually motivated by unconscious processes. At the Secret Science Club, neuroscientist Heather Berlin delves [...]
A Tribute to Sun Ra Drom (85 Avenue A, Manhattan) 7pm doors, 8pm show $10 Click here for more cheap New York City events & things to do.
Tuesday, May 21st: The Spirit of Dr. Bindelof and The Enigma of Physical Phenomena: An Illustrated Presentation with Rosemarie Pilkington
The Spirit of Dr. Bindelof and The Enigma of Physical Phenomena: An Illustrated Presentation with Rosemarie Pilkington Observatory (543 Union St., Brooklyn) 8pm $5 “My name was Dr. Bindelof…Will you be the disciples of a dead man?” The Spirit of Dr. Bindelof focuses on one little known episode of physical mediumship, Gilbert Roller’s utterly charming [...]
Khaled Hosseini & Bill Goldstein Barnes & Noble Union Square (33 E. 17th St., Manhattan) 5pm doors, 7pm start (arrive early) Free, priority seating with book purchase Click here for more free New York City events & things to do.