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LADIES FIRST: A DANCE PARTY CELEBRATING BADASS WOMEN OF MUSIC – 3/6 AT LITTLEFIELD

In honor of International Women’s Day, come dance it out to the women: The truth tellers, rhythm makers, groundbreakers, ass shakers. Mic-dropping mothers superior of all things loud, proud, fierce and funky. It’s 2020, and we need them now more than ever. 

ADELE, ALICIA KEYS, AMY WINEHOUSE, BEYONCÉ, BRANDI CARLILE, CHER, DOLLY PARTON, EMILY KING, FLORENCE WELCH, GRIMES, HEART, JANELLE MONÁE, JESSIE J, JOAN JETT, KAREN O, KATHLEEN HANNA, LADY GAGA, LIZZO, LORDE, MADONNA, MAREN MORRIS, M.I.A., MISSY ELLIOTT, PATTI SMITH, PEACHES, PINK, QUEEN LATIFAH, ROBYN, SALT-N-PEPA, SHARON JONES, SIA, SPICE GIRLS, STEVIE NICKS, TAYLOR SWIFT, TINA TURNER, YEBBA SMITH, AND MANY MORE

DJ Colleen Crumbcake will be playing hits from the most incredible, indelible female performers to shape modern music.

Also: drink specials, a photo booth, Letters to Your Teenage Self, watercolor portraits by Jane Beaird of Quiet Creature ($10), and more.

Tickets are just $10, and 100% of the profits go to Planned Parenthood. Dance dance revolution! Get your tickets now!

Elizabeth Bougerol (The Hot Sardines) and the skint present:
Ladies First: A Dance Party to Celebrate the Badass Women of Music and Benefit Planned Parenthood

Friday, March 6 at 10:30pm
littlefield
635 Sackett Street, Brooklyn NY 11217
Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ladies-first-a-dance-party-celebrating-badass-women-of-music-tickets-94733647891
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/182807433034219/

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FRI-SUN, 2/28-3/1: SKINT WEEKEND

scroll all the way down to the ‘all weekend’ section to find events that occur all weekend (some start friday), including the art show, the women march exhibition, film fests, and more.

friday

fri 5:30-9pm: be a part of ‘the world’s biggest drawing club,’ a tribute to sketch artist jason polan (every person in new york), who recently died of cancer at the age of 37. friends and strangers will gather to draw at the museum of modern art, just as polan did to produce his book, the every piece of art at the museum of modern art book. free tickets, pens, and paper will be distributed at the uniqlo store at 666 5th avenue starting at 3:30pm. >>

just added: fri 6-9pm (on view thru 3/27): located in a 6,000 square foot former pub near the world trade center, art exhibition the fidi arsenale takes over 23 park place with installations, found objects, and artifacts derived from the byproducts of commercialism and the transformation of retail territory. opening reception tonight. free. >>

fri 6:30pm: who’s coding our future? algorithms, culture, ethics. tech writer clive thompson (coders: the making of a new tribe and the remaking of the world) and sap senior vice president judith michelle williams talk algorithms, a.i., and the influence computer programmers have on today’s society and beyond. the national arts club (gramercy), free ($10 suggested donation). >>

fri 7pm: tipsy theatre? we’ll drink to that. at the f*cked-up play fest, audience members play a drinking game while watching eight original short comedies by emerging playwrights. in a bar. the footlight (ridgewood), $10 suggested donation. >>

fri 7pm: step into a sea of sound at an evening of quadraphonic sounds, where performances by three experimental sound artists will be fed through four channel speakers, with accompanying live visual projections. flux factory (lic), free. >>

fri 7pm doors, 7:30pm show: treat your date to big laughs and free utz snacks at a black history month edition of the cheap date comedy show, featuring stand-up by the lucas brothers (netflix), joyelle nicole johnson (comedy central), josh gondelman (desus + mero), and kenice mobley (laughs). hosted by sharron paul and calvin cole. union hall (park slope), $8 adv, $10 dos. >>

fri 7:30pm doors, 8pm show: comedy show meets byob ice cream social at stand up à la mode, featuring free ice cream by ample hills creamery and stand-up by lucas connolly (comedy central), hannah boone (adult swim), zain sharif (adult swim), jess salomon (fallon), rachel mccartney (pbs), rallo boykins, and charles engle. hosted by nicholas hopping. bonus: grab a front row seat for a free beer. ample hills creamery (gowanus), $10. >>

fri 8:30pm (weekly): see what all the brew-ha-ha is about at the bitches brew comedy show, featuring stand-up by katie hannigan (colbert), lizzie martinez (funny or die), jaffer khan (sirius xm), dan perlman, teresa lee, harris alterman, and brendan gay. hosted by wendy steiner. the back room at halyards (gowanus), free (a tip jar will be passed around). >>

fri 9pm: entertainers get analyzed at and that’s our time, a variety show where comedians perform in front of a licensed therapist and get evaluated based on their set. hosted by harris mayersohn and hanna dickinson. brooklyn comedy collective (williamsburg), $10. >>

fri 10pm: it’s that time of the month for the that time of the month comedy show, featuring a lineup of female and non-binary comedians including karen chee (seth meyers writer), leah bonnema (colbert), kerryn feehan (comedy central), natalie cuomo, and chloe labranche. the pit underground (gramercy), $13. >>

fri 11pm: pay tribute to your favorite european songstresses at a róisín murphy, robyn, and björk dance and drag party. c’mon everybody (bed-stuy). $5 adv, $10 door. >>

fri 11pm: dance to bad gal and queen bee jamz all night at the fenty formation rihanna x beyoncé dance party. baby’s all right (williamsburg), $5 adv, $10 dos. >>

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This exciting week of shopping, swapping, mending, and discussions celebrates secondhand and sustainable fashion across NYC.

ReFashion Week NYC culminates with a ReFashion Show at The Canvas. All fashions will be sourced from donateNYC Partners Housing Works, Big Reuse, Goodwill, FABSCRAP, and Cauz for Pawz. Our high-profile judges from the sustainable fashion world will select a winning stylist and designer!

Get Tickets: refashionweek.nyc

saturday

sat 4pm: bric wraps up black history month with a free screening of barry jenkins’s oscar-nominated film if beale street could talk, followed by an audience talkback moderated by brooklyn free speech television’s matthew allen. bric house (fort greene), free (rsvp). >>

sat 5pm-2am: hartstop collective hosts a night at rubulad (bushwick) with music, vendors, food, art, and bands clone, lady pills, siv disa, and more. $8-10. >>

sat 6:30pm doors, 7pm show: in their new show, rape victims are horny too, comedians and rape survivors kelly bachman and dylan adler use comedy and songs to navigate their trauma, inviting the audience to laugh, cry, and laugh some more. caveat (les), $12 adv, $15 door. >>

sat 7:30pm (monthly): laugh and wince knowingly at someone else’s dating experiences at the party of two storytelling and comedy show. tonight’s ‘f*ck love’ edition features selena coppock (bravo), david lawson (comedy central), eman el-husseini (cbc), and chewy may. hosted by anita flores and calvin cato. bonus: admission includes wine and candy. the pleasure chest (ues), $10 adv with promo code ‘skint’ (reg. $13 adv, $15 door). >>

sat 7:45pm doors, 8pm show: moma’s poprally series presents an intimate performance by cellist/improviser okkyung lee while immersed in ‘handles,’ a multimedia installation by artist haegue yang. museum of modern art (midtown west), $25 admission includes an open bar, dj set, and after-hours access to the exhibition. >>

sat 8pm (monthly): the side ponytail comedy show‘s monthly saturday edition features stand-up by naomi ekperigin (2 dope queens), joe rumrill (chris gethard presents), larry owens (high maintenance), jes tom (standup nbc), and petey deabreu (comedy central). hosted by ben wasserman. friends and lovers (crown heights), free ($5 suggested donation). >>

sat 8:30pm: the new york modular society, a collective dedicated to sharing love and knowledge about modular synthesizers, presents a showcase of seven electronic musicians at wonderville (bushwick). $8 adv, $10 door. >>

sat 9:30pm: comedian anthony devito (this american life, colbert), performs a one-person show about finding out a family secret (hint: the show is called my dad isn’t danny devito). cherry tree (park slope/gowanus), $10. >>

sat 9:30pm doors, 10pm show (monthly): comedians serve up slices of new material at the sandwich comedy show, hosted by gastor almonte and jess salomon, and featuring nutritious jokes from rob haze (fallon), sara hennessey (cbc), fumi abe (mtv), and aminah imani (buzzfeed). union hall (park slope), $8 adv, $10 dos. >>

sat 11:30pm: the armory comedy group’s shot4shot series takes a movie or tv script and blind casts it for a reading/drinking game. this time, the group takes on the last jedi. improv asylum (chelsea), $10. >>

sunday

sun thru october (closed mondays except holidays): the brooklyn botanic garden’s spring/summer hours start today, giving you more time to roam the grounds. $18 general, $12 students/seniors, free fridays 8am-12pm. >>

sun thru 3/15: more than 50 restaurants in central, east, and west harlem are offering $25-35 prix fixe meals during the spring edition of harlem restaurant week. >>

sun various times (thru 3/28): saint patrick’s day parade season begins with the st. pat’s parade for all in sunnyside and others. >>

sun 10am-7pm: for something a bit farther afield, satisfy your sweet tooth at the chocolate expo, featuring more than 80 vendors at the cradle of aviation museum (garden city). $15 adv, $21 door. >>

sun 11am-5pm: peruse 55 dealer (turn)tables at the biannual vinyl revolution record show. bohemian hall + beer garden (astoria), $4 admission ($7 for 10am early entry). >>

sun 11am-7pm: crown heights comic book shop anyone comics celebrates its third anniversary with 25% off purchases, an amy reeder (amethyst) signing, and a drink ‘n’ draw. >>

sun 12:30pm (+ 6/21): showtunes get the choral treatment at the broadway at 92y chorus concert, a performance by the city’s only community choir dedicated to classic songs from the american musical theater, stage, and screen. 92y (ues), free (rsvp). >>

sun 2-6pm: the vw sunday sessions series at moma ps1 (lic) showcases visual and performing artists responding to contemporary issues through their work. tonight’s event commemorates the closing of exhibition theater of operations: the gulf wars 1991-2011 with a screening of werner herzog’s 1992 documentary lessons of darkness, a discussion about citizen journalism with grassroots collective deep dish tv, and new performance art works by karen finley and wafaa bilal. free with museum admission ($25 general, $18 seniors, $14 students). >>

sun 7pm: a lineup of musicians celebrate lou reed’s birthday at the bowery electric (east village). $18-$20. >>

sun 7pm doors, 7:30pm show: zach zimmerman (time out new york comic to watch, mcsweeney’s) kicks off his gay but not too fabulous tour with a one-night-only show at union hall, with opening sets by jay jurden (fallon) and karen chee (seth meyers writer). union hall (park slope), $10 adv, $12 door. >>

sun 7pm doors, 7:30pm show: (weekly): this just in: news-themed alternative comedy show bad news returns with sets by natasha vaynblat (comedy central), billy prinsell (comedy central), saurin choksi (sirius xm), bri pruett, and zach khandakji. hosted by carmen lagala, sam evans, brittany carney, and alex ptak. cherry tree (gowanus), $5. >>

sun 9pm doors, 9:30pm show (monthly): host winnifred coombe (caroline kingsley) and ‘her outlandish friends from space’ discuss all things spring break at this month’s edition of the violet hour: a late night show from another dimension. tonight’s guests: meg stalter (national lampoon radio hour), alex moffat (snl), and urban farmer/horticulturist amber tamm. caveat (les), $10 adv, $12 door. >>

all weekend

fri thru sun: the art show, presented by the art dealers association of america (adaa), returns for a 32nd year with 72 dealers displaying and selling works from the 19th century through today. park avenue armory (ues), $25 admission benefits henry street settlement. >>

fri thru sun: in honor of black history month, the african diaspora international film festival presents three days of screenings at columbia university’s teachers college (morningside heights). free-$15. >>

fri thru sun: the 10th annual athena film festival at barnard college presents narrative, documentary, and short films highlighting fierce and fearless women from all walks of life. barnard college (morningside heights), free-$14 (panels + workshops are free, opening night is $25). >>

fri thru 8/30: explore two centuries of women’s activism in the united states at the new-york historical society museum + library’s latest exhibition, women march, commemorating the centennial of the 19th amendment. new-york historical society museum + library (uws), $22 general, $17 seniors, $13 students, fay-what-you-wish fridays 6-8pm. >>

sat + sun (weekends thru 3/29): hear the stories of the women of the revolutionary war at hour-long guided tours of fraunces tavern museum (fidi). included with regular museum admission ($7 general, $4 seniors/students). >>

sat + sun: on the release of first cow, the museum of the moving image hosts a retrospective of films by kelly reichardt, including old joy, wendy and lucy, meek’s cutoff and more, with reichardt in person at select screenings. $15 general, $11 seniors/students. >>

looking for more? check our website for a list of more than 40 ongoing events. >>

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