WEDS, 6/20: FREE MAGNUM ICE CREAM, FREE FITNESS CLASSES, FREE CONCERTS, + 27 THURS EVENTS

around town today

thru 7/1: 12 days of american independent feature films and documentaries come to the tenth annual bamcinemafest, including screenings and q+a sessions of works by bo burnham, bridey elliott, and crystal moselle, and featuring actors regina hall, joaquin phoenix, ben foster, molly shannon, and many more. bam harvey theatre and bam rose cinemas (fort greene), various prices. >>

thru 6/30: the quad’s essential liz retrospective pays tribute to elizabeth taylor with 20 films including butterfield 8, cat on a hot tin roof, a place in the sun, cleopatra, who’s afraid of virginia woolf?, and more. quad cinema (greenwich village), $16 general, $13 seniors. >>

various times: free outdoor movies (weather permitting):
creature from the black lagoon. nowadays (ridgewood). >>
despicable me 3. seton park (bronx). >>
jumanji: welcome to the jungle. morningside park. >>
the lego ninjago movie. story playground (bronx). >>

just added 11am-8pm: celebrate pride with a free magnum pride ice cream bar at the soho pop-up shop. in lieu of payment, visitors are invited to make an optional donation to support gladd. >>

6pm (wednesdays thru 8/8): sweat it out with free weekly fitness classes at flatiron south plaza, including barre + cardio, yoga, kickboxing, and more. >>

6pm, 7pm: the annual summerstage event series returns with more than 100 free and benefit shows in 18 parks across nyc. tonight: big daddy kane, ‘the finisher’ mister cee, and doug e. fresh at ford amphitheater at coney island (6pm doors, 7pm show) and vianney, chassol, and joakim at central park (5pm doors, 6pm show). free. >>

6pm doors, 6:30pm show (thru 8/12): tonight’s bric celebrate brooklyn! festival concert at the prospect park bandshell with grizzly bear, spoon, and kaitlyn aurelia smith is a benefit ($49.50, sorry), but many folks on a budget tend to throw down a picnic blanket and listen/hang outside the venue. >>

6:30pm: nba and soccer stars raise funds for critical needs services for kids at the 11th annual b/r football x steve nash foundation showdown charity game, returning to  sara d. roosevelt park (les). while this is a fundraiser with tickets starting at $250, there will be free first-come, first-served standing room viewing areas as well. >>

7pm: prominent voices of #neveragain david and lauren hogg give their accounts on the parkland school shooting and the growing gun control movement at a release event for their new book, #neveragain: a new generation draws the line, hosted by journalist lauren duca (teen vogue). barnes + noble union square, wristbands entry will be distributed with purchase of the book from this location beginning at 9am. >>

7pm: humorous and heartfelt personal essays centered around periods are shared by a few of the contributing writers found in the new collection, period: twelve voices tell the bloody truth. moderated by editor kate farrell. strand bookstore (union square), free. >>

7:30pm (monthly): this month’s ‘summer in space’ installment of the astronomy on tap discussion series explores topics including earth’s seasons, mars rovers and landers, exoplanet hd 80606 b, and more. quiz at 7:30pm, talks at 8pm. the way station (prospect heights), free. >>

7:30pm (monthly): get an earful at the told you so comedy show, featuring stand up by adrienne iapalucci (colbert), nathan macintosh (conan), kevin o’shea (comedy central), emma willmann (crazy ex-girlfriend), and jon laster. zinc bar (greenwich village), $5 + a one-drink min. >>

7:30pm: nyc10: 10 emerging dance companies showcase their work for up to 10 minutes each and receive feedback and reviews. dixon place (les), $17 adv, $20 door. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: speakout: stories of pride: videoout presents its second annual evening of lgbt storytelling at brooklyn brewery (williamsburg). $15 admission includes a stonewall inn wit beer. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): comedy at rose gold returns with comedians emma willmann (crazy ex-girlfriend), shane torres (last comic standing), matthew broussard (conan), julia shiplett (moth storyslam winner), zack andresen, and mike lasher. hosted by caitlin peluffo and emily winter. rose gold cocktail lounge (bushwick), free ($5-10 suggested donation). >>

8pm (monthly): the ditmas lit reading series returns with writers anjali khosla (the new york times), taylor larsen (stranger, father, beloved), jayson p. smith (nylon), and brian gresko (when i first held you). hinterlands bar (kensington/flatbush), free. >>

8pm (monthly): get your monthly dose of hot feminist takes at the left breast comedy hour, featuring comedians shalewa sharpe (fallon), alex kayhart (buzzfeed), alysia hush, tori piskin, melissa diaz, and emily walsh. hosted by kim dinaro and sallyann hall. the lantern (greenwich village), free admission (one item minimum). >>

8pm (weekly): the let’s see, what else? comedy show features joe pera (adult swim), jo firestone (fallon), nathan min (andy kaufman award finalist), khalid rahmaan (conan), and amy shanker (laughs). hosted by courtney maginnis and tom delgado. poco restaurant and bar (alphabet city), free. >>

8pm doors, 8:30pm show (weekly): $3 beer, $15 buckets and free drink giveaways are a good sign that you don’t gotta drink with your pinky out to fit in at the fancy show stand-up comedy show. tonight’s show features sean donnelly (conan), seaton smith (conan), chloe radcliffe (comics to watch), alex english (the rundown with robin thede), and conor delehanty. hosted by michael joyce. the douglass (park slope/gowanus), free. >>

8:30pm doors, 9pm show (weekly): stay in the loop with the comedians you should know show. tonight: roy wood jr. (the daily show), alice wetterlund (silicon valley), rob haze (comedy central), marie faustin (mtv), josh gondelman (last week tonight), and saurin choksi (brown privilege). hosted by jeff steinbrunner. gutter bar (williamsburg), $5 adv or if you mention the skint at the door (reg. $10). >>

9pm: it’s not the same old song at the the song show, a comedy show based on radio staples. this month’s theme features stand up sets inspired by creedence clearwater revival’s ‘fortunate son.’ hosted by joe miciak and michael kandel. cobra club (bushwick), $5 adv, $8 door. >>

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coming up

6/21-9/21: myrtle avenue plaza in clinton hill opens with move on myrtle, a 10-week series of free fitness classes, live music, and events for the kids. >>

6/21-8/9: have a throwback thursday and play board games, giant games, and cornhole at flatiron north public plaza. bonus: free gelato 6/21 at 6pm, free frozen custard 7/19 at 6pm, and free mini-cannoli 8/9 at 6pm. >>

6/21-24: save 25-75% on display and slightly damaged books at the taschen summer sale. soho location and online. >>

6/21 + 6/24: lolgbtq, a festival of queer comedy, presents a rainbow of humor, from stand-up and sketch to drag with $1 of each ticket sold benefiting the it gets better project. the pit (flatiron), $9-15/show, $20/pass (save 50% on individual shows with promo code ‘lolwithpride’). >>

6/21 various times: free outdoor movies (weather permitting):
god’s own country. tony dapolito recreation center (west village). >>
justice league. poe park (fordham manor). >>
school of rock. astoria park. >>
space jam. albee square (downtown brooklyn). >>
whose streets? first quincy street community garden (bedford-stuyvesant). >>
wonder. harris park (bronx). >>

6/21 various times: 1,000 free outdoor concerts and music-making activities take over public spaces across the five boroughs during the 12th annual make music new york day. select highlights include mass appeals concerts, improv everywhere’s mp3 experiment, and a roaming ‘mamma mia’ sing-along truck. free. >>

6/21 7:30am-7:30pm: join thousands of yogis from near and far in free yoga classes at the annual solstice in times square: mind over madness outdoor yoga event. seven times to choose from. free (rsvp required). >>

6/21 12pm (thursdays thru 8/9): the brooklyn academy of music’s annual r+b festival at metrotech brings 10 free lunchtime concerts to downtown brooklyn for a 24th year. today: singer-songwriter pj morton (maroon 5). metrotech commons at metrotech center (downtown brooklyn), free. >>

6/21 5pm-dusk: socrates sculpture park summer solstice celebration takes advantage of the extra sunlight with art-making workshops, dance, spoken word, music, and a sunset ritual. socrates sculpture park (lic), free. >>

6/21 5:30pm, 6:30pm: try 16 different rosés before you buy your faves at crush wine + spirits’s 13th annual war of the rosés tasting, which will include rosés from provence, sancerre, spain, italy, germany, the finger lakes and california. crush wine + spirits (midtown east). free admission (rsvp required). >>

6/21 6pm (thursdays thru 9/20): music under the manhattan bridge: dumbo’s fourth annual live at the archway performance series brings free outdoor musical performances, interactive art, and more to under the manhattan bridge archway in dumbo. tonight: music by natalia clavier (thievery corporation) and art by charlotte lily gaspard. beer and food will be available for purchase. free admission. >>

6/21 6-9pm (quarterly): explore more than 30 neighborhood art spaces during the summer edition of tribeca art+culture night. free (some events charge admission and/or require rsvp). >>

6/21 6-9pm (thursdays thru 8/9): cocktails at cooper hewitt: the summer performance series returns to museum’s terrace and garden, starting tonight with pride night featuring horrorchata and friends. arrive at 5pm if you’d like to get in an hour of gallery viewing. cooper hewitt (ues), $13 adv, $15 general. >>

6/21 6pm doors, 7pm show (thru 8/12): the annual bric celebrate brooklyn! festival continues its 41st season with a concert by aimee mann, superchunk, and jonathan coulton. prospect park bandshell, free ($5 suggested donation). >>

6/21 6:45pm (+ 6/22): pop, rock, indie, and broadway get an extra dose of harmony when the britpop choir and brooklynite choir perform a night of covers at shapeshifter lab (gowanus). $10 adv, $12 door. >>

6/21 7pm: join in a giant game of outdoor bingo at bryant park. free. >>

6/21 7pm (monthly thru september): the annual jazz at pier 84 outdoor music series, curated by the jazz foundation of america, continues with a performance by the alvin flythe quartet. hudson river park’s pier 84 (midtown west), free. >>

6/21 7pm (+ 6/23, 6/27, 6/29): the metropolitan opera’s annual summer recital series brings six free outdoor concerts to parks in every borough. tonight: clove lakes park in staten island. >>

6/21 7pm: the annual summerstage event series returns with more than 100 free and benefit shows in 18 parks across nyc. tonight: san fermin and the weather station at coffey park (red hook). free. >>

6/21 7:30pm: as part of the france rocks festival, cape verdean singer elida almeida performs at lincoln center’s david rubenstein atrium (uws). free. >>

6/21 8pm (monthly): negativity has no place at the on a lighter note comedy show, which strives to brighten these dark days by requiring every performer to say something positive at the end of their set. tonight’s show includes jordan carlos (comedy central), zach sims (comedy central), calise hawkins (fallon), dina hashem (conan), benari poulten (the nightly show), and rachael parenta (lifetime). hosted by dan wilbur (better book titles). the back room at halyards (gowanus), free. >>

6/21 8pm (+ 6/22 7:30pm): wythe hotel’s annual pride celebration returns with queer|art performances, screenings, readings, art installations, and the bushwig pride party. wythe hotel (williamsburg), $12-20. >>

6/21 8pm doors, 8:30pm show (almost weekly): the pacific stand-up comedy show returns with performances by dan rosen (the new yorker), teresa sheffield (siriusxm), shannon coffey (vh1), and brian parise (last week tonight). hosted by matt koff (the daily show writer) and tony zaret. pacific standard (park slope/gowanus), free. >>

6/21 9pm: the silence of the lambs… entirely from memory: blindly-cast ten bones theatre company performers will attempt to recreate the story of the film using only what they can remember, and with additional audience-written lines and random sound effects added in to spice things up. videology (williamsburg), $10. >>

6/21 9pm doors, 9:30pm show: the jokes will be anything but by the book at the symposium, an academic stand-up show, featuring material inspired by research and teaching. tonight’s pride-themed lineup includes humorous and educational ruminations by lgbtq+ academics and comedians. hosted by kyle marian. caveat (les), $7 adv, $10 door. >>

6/21 10pm: jd samson’s pat party preps for pride with beats from the likes of dj lina, amber valentine, rimarkable, and more. union pool (williamsburg), free. >>

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TUES, 6/19: NIGHT AT THE MUSEUMS, BICYCLE FILM FEST, + 19 WEDS EVENTS

around town today

thru 6/24: the 18th annual bicycle film festival returns to nyc with more than 50 films from around the world. opening party with free vegan bbq tuesday. various locations and prices. >>

4-8pm: night at the museums: as part of the river to river festival, 14 lower manhattan museums and historic sites will stay open late for free visits, including china institute, the museum of jewish heritage, the national september 11 memorial + museum, the skyscraper museum, and more. >>

various times: free outdoor movies (weather permitting):
black panther. williamsbridge oval park (bronx). >>
logan. wright brothers playground (sugar hill). >>

6pm: enjoy a talk and wine tasting with journalist kevin begos for the release of his new book, tasting the past: the science of flavor + the search for the origins of wine, at rizzoli bookstore (flatiron). free admission. >>

7pm: dr. mona hanna-attisha, the pediatrician who exposed the flint water crisis, launches her book on the subject, what the eyes don’t see: a story of crisis, resistance, and hope in an american city, with a discussion with chelsea clinton at barnes + noble union square. wristbands for entry will be distributed with purchase of the book from this location beginning at 9am. >>

7pm: lauren lubin and andrew seger’s new documentary, we exist: beyond the binary, chronicles the life of a person in their mid-twenties who identifies as gender neutral. the screening will be followed by q+a with the filmmakers and lgbtq educator kristin russo (everyone is gay). jcc manhattan (uws), $12. >>

7pm doors (thru 8/25): the annual rooftop films series returns with more than 45 indie film screenings, live music performances, q+a, and after parties at outdoor venues across the city. tonight: unlovable, live music by surma and stars charlene deguzman + john hawkes, q+a, and an after party. the william vale (williamsburg), $16. >>

7:15pm doors, 7:30pm show (monthly): it’s all shoulda coulda woulda at the take two storytelling show, where guests take a true story and tell two versions—one the way it actually happened, the other where things could’ve turned out differently. hosted by elana lancaster and harvey katz. c’mon everybody (bed-stuy), $5 suggested admission (no one turned away for lack of funds). >>

7:30pm: amanda stern, author and host of the happy ending reading series, presents her memoir, little panic: dispatches from an anxious life, about growing up with an undiagnosed panic disorder in 1970s-80s greenwich village, with writer a.m. homes (the safety of objects). a wine reception follows. greenlight bookstore (fort greene), free. >>

7:30pm (weekly): the 90’s are alive at the as if! comedy show, with 90’s themed raffles and trivia between sets by katie boyle, dash kwiatkowski, victoria hoffman, and molly ruben-long. hosted by anya volz, claire parker, and blair dawson. rebecca’s bar (bushwick), free. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: laugh cry about our flaws, fears, and issues at the so many problems comedy show. hosted by becca beberaggi and including sets by jena friedman, josh gondelman, gracie canaan, matt hunziker, dan perlman, marie faustin, and ariel elias. union hall (park slope), $5 adv, $10 door. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: women that rock and the weekly femme fatale queer dance party join forces for a pride party showcasing queer lady bands desert sharks, tenderheart btches, and jessie standafer, and djs jess louise dye and alice.km. coney island baby (alphabet city/east village), $10. >>

8pm: roller skate wearing hosts edy modica and eliza hurwitz helm the rofl comedy show while welcoming guests janeane garofalo (wet hot american summer), marissa goldman, ana fabrega, wes haney, and lucy cottrell + steven markow. our wicked lady (east williamsburg), free. >>

8pm (monthly): saurin choksi hosts the brown privilege comedy show, with performances by dulce sloan (the daily show), shane torres (comedy central), chris daniels, fareeha khan, and xazmin garza. friends and lovers (crown heights), free. >>

8pm (+ 6/26): the 60th annual washington square music festival continues the season with a concert featuring music by haydn, villa-lobos, martinů, and zelenka. washington square park (greenwich village), free. >>

8pm doors, 8:30pm show (weekly): the shanty at new york distilling company (williamsburg) hosts booze and laughs for the dan + joe + charles show, this week including performances by liza treyger (comedy central), emmy blotnick (colbert), gary richardson (snl), ryan donahue (kimmel), and ryan schutt (gotham comedy live). free. >>

8pm doors, 9pm show (weekly): seth herzog’s long-running sweet comedy show returns with performances by michael showalter (wet hot american summer), michelle collins (sirius xm), mike drucker (samantha bee), jamie lee (hbo), and clark jones (hbo). the slipper room (les), $10. >>

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For the past eight summers Brooklyn Based and Brooklyn Brewery have produced a series of Saturday afternoon crawls that hit up the best bars, restaurants and shops in neighborhoods across Brooklyn. And now, the first-ever Total Williamsburg Immersion!

It’s an amazing deal — $15 for 5 free beers, plus great discounts at places like OddFellows, Rough Trade, the Museum of Food and Drink, Brooklyn Bowl, Toby’s Estate and more. Plus, attendees will also be among the first to see the Brewery’s brand-new tasting room. Stops also include the brand-new Clinton Hall Williamsburg in the new Pod Hotel and the brand-new North 3rd St. Market. The tour ends at Kent Ale House– a few blocks from the new Domino Park. It’s a great way to explore the neighborhood!

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Saturday, June 23, 12-6pm
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coming up

6/20-7/1: 12 days of american independent feature films and documentaries come to the tenth annual bamcinemafest, including screenings and q+a sessions of works by bo burnham, bridey elliott, and crystal moselle, and featuring actors regina hall, joaquin phoenix, ben foster, molly shannon, and many more. bam harvey theatre and bam rose cinemas (fort greene), various prices. >>

6/20 various times: free outdoor movies (weather permitting):
creature from the black lagoon. nowadays (ridgewood). >>
despicable me 3. seton park (bronx). >>
jumanji: welcome to the jungle. morningside park. >>
the lego ninjago movie. story playground (bronx). >>

6/20 6pm (wednesdays thru 8/8): sweat it out with free weekly fitness classes at flatiron south plaza, including barre + cardio, yoga, kickboxing, and more. >>

6/20 6pm, 7pm: the annual summerstage event series returns with more than 100 free and benefit shows in 18 parks across nyc. tonight: big daddy kane, ‘the finisher’ mister cee, and doug e. fresh at ford amphitheater at coney island (6pm doors, 7pm show) and vianney, chassol, and joakim at central park (5pm doors, 6pm show). free. >>

6/20 6pm doors, 6:30pm show (thru 8/12): tonight’s bric celebrate brooklyn! festival concert at the prospect park bandshell with grizzly bear, spoon, and kaitlyn aurelia smith is a benefit ($49.50, sorry), but many folks on a budget tend to throw down a picnic blanket and listen/hang outside the venue. >>

6/20 6:30pm: nba and soccer stars raise funds for critical needs services for kids at the 11th annual b/r football x steve nash foundation showdown charity game, returning to  sara d. roosevelt park (les). while this is a fundraiser with tickets starting at $250, there will be free first-come, first-served standing room viewing areas as well. >>

6/20 7pm: prominent voices of  #neveragain david and lauren hogg give their accounts on the parkland school shooting and the growing gun control movement at a release event for their new book, #neveragain: a new generation draws the line, hosted by journalist lauren duca (teen vogue). barnes + noble union square, wristbands entry will be distributed with purchase of the book from this location beginning at 9am. >>

6/20 7pm: humorous and heartfelt personal essays centered around periods are shared by a few of the contributing writers found in the new collection, period: twelve voices tell the bloody truth. moderated by editor kate farrell. strand bookstore (union square), free. >>

6/20 7:30pm (monthly): this month’s ‘summer in space’ installment of the astronomy on tap discussion series explores topics including earth’s seasons, mars rovers and landers, exoplanet hd 80606 b, and more. quiz at 7:30pm, talks at 8pm. the way station (prospect heights), free. >>

6/20 7:30pm (monthly): get an earful at the told you so comedy show, featuring stand up by adrienne iapalucci (colbert), nathan macintosh (conan), kevin o’shea (comedy central), emma willmann (crazy ex-girlfriend), and jon laster. zinc bar (greenwich village), $5 + a one-drink min. >>

6/20 7:30pm: nyc10: 10 emerging dance companies showcase their work for up to 10 minutes each and receive feedback and reviews. dixon place (les), $17 adv, $20 door. >>

6/20 7:30pm doors, 8pm show: speakout: stories of pride: videoout presents its second annual evening of lgbt storytelling at brooklyn brewery (williamsburg). $15 admission includes a stonewall inn wit beer. >>

6/20 7:30pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): comedy at rose gold returns with comedians emma willmann (crazy ex-girlfriend), shane torres (last comic standing), matthew broussard (conan), julia shiplett (moth storyslam winner), zack andresen, and mike lasher. hosted by caitlin peluffo and emily winter. rose gold cocktail lounge (bushwick), free ($5-10 suggested donation). >>

6/20 8pm (monthly): the ditmas lit reading series returns with writers anjali khosla (the new york times), taylor larsen (stranger, father, beloved), jayson p. smith (nylon), and brian gresko (when i first held you). hinterlands bar (kensington/flatbush), free. >>

6/20 8pm (monthly): get your monthly dose of hot feminist takes at the left breast comedy hour, featuring comedians shalewa sharpe (fallon), alex kayhart (buzzfeed), alysia hush, tori piskin, melissa diaz, and emily walsh. hosted by kim dinaro and sallyann hall. the lantern (greenwich village), free admission (one item minimum). >>

6/20 8pm (weekly): the let’s see, what else? comedy show features joe pera (adult swim), jo firestone (fallon), nathan min (andy kaufman award finalist), khalid rahmaan (conan), and amy shanker (laughs). hosted by courtney maginnis and tom delgado. poco restaurant and bar (alphabet city), free. >>

6/20 8pm doors, 8:30pm show (weekly): $3 beer, $15 buckets and free drink giveaways are a good sign that you don’t gotta drink with your pinky out to fit in at the fancy show stand-up comedy show. tonight’s show features sean donnelly (conan), seaton smith (conan), chloe radcliffe (comics to watch), alex english (the rundown with robin thede), and conor delehanty. hosted by michael joyce. the douglass (park slope/gowanus), free. >>

6/20 8:30pm doors, 9pm show (weekly): stay in the loop with the comedians you should know show. tonight: roy wood jr. (the daily show), alice wetterlund (silicon valley), rob haze (comedy central), marie faustin (mtv), josh gondelman (last week tonight), and saurin choksi (brown privilege). hosted by jeff steinbrunner. gutter bar (williamsburg), $5 adv or if you mention the skint at the door (reg. $10). >>

6/20 9pm: it’s not the same old song at the the song show, a comedy show based on radio staples. this month’s theme features stand up sets inspired by creedence clearwater revival’s ‘fortunate son.’ hosted by joe miciak and michael kandel. cobra club (bushwick), $5 adv, $8 door. >>

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