Gallery view of Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits at the Frick. Photo: George Koelle

Celebrate Barkley L. Hendricks at Frick Madison, the temporary home of The Frick Collection!

Gray-Krehbiel Open Night: Barkley L. Hendricks at the Frick
Friday, September 29
5:00 to 9:00 p.m.

This free event invites visitors to spend an evening among the Frick’s treasures. Attend themed talks, listen to live jazz in our outdoor café, and try your hand at sketching. All night long, enjoy after-hours access to our galleries and reading room—including the new exhibition Barkley L. Hendricks: Portraits at the Frick, featuring fourteen early portraits by the pioneering American artist.

Complimentary refreshments from The SisterYard will be provided. Gallery talks will explore the Barkley L. Hendricks exhibition, our site-specific pastel mural by Nicolas Party, and highlights from the Frick Art Reference Library.

American Sign Language interpretation and Assistive Listening Devices will be available at all the talks.

Please note: Children under 10 are not admitted. Masks are encouraged for all visitors.

Admission is free. Timed tickets are no longer available. Walk-ins are welcome, but entry will be on a first-come, first-served basis.


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tues thru 10/4: ‘total cinema of sight and sound: godfrey reggio and philip glass’: scheduled around a weeklong run of their latest work, once within a time (2022), the museum of modern art presents a retrospective of features that filmmaker godfrey reggio and composer philip glass have collaborated on: koyaanisqatsi (1982), powaqqatsi (1988), naqoyqatsi (2002), and visitors (2013). $12 general, $10 seniors, $8 students, or free with museum admission (advance reservation required). >>

tues 5:30pm: met opera’s free opening night outdoor simulcast: the met’s 2023–24 season opens with the company premiere of jake heggie’s dead man walking, and continuing an annual tradition they’ll be live streaming the performance on multiple giant screens in times square. 2,000 free seats will be provided to the public on duffy square and one times square on a first-come, first-served basis. >>

tues 6pm: a history of the world in ten dinners: 2,000 years, 100 recipes: edible history supper club founders victoria flexner and jay reifel present their new cookbook, inspired by seminal moments in culinary history, in a conversation with hames beard award-winning chef alexander smalls at rizzoli bookstore (flatiron). free admission. >>

tues 7pm: goth: a history with lol tolhurst: founding member of the cure lol tolhurst discusses his new historical memoir of the goth music genre and culture, covering bands including the cure, siouxsie and the banshees, bauhaus, joy division, and many others. music industry entrepreneur, author, and musician nabil ayers joins. powerhouse @ the archway (dumbo), $5 admission includes a store gift certificate, $32 ticket includes a copy of the book. >>

tues 7pm (monthly): we love a theme: a storytelling show: a lineup of comedians tell funny, heartwarming, and cringe-inducing tales at tonight’s ‘fresh start’ edition of bailey swilley’s monthly storytelling show. pete’s candy store (williamsburg), free ($5 suggested donation). >>

tues 7:30pm (weekly): let’s see, what else? comedy show: courtney maginnis and tom delgado host this (seven years running) weekly stand-up show in the basement of lucky jack’s (les). ashton womack (the daily show), alison leiby (the marvelous mrs. maisel), sami schwaeber (iheartradio), albert kirchner (burn your heroes), and zak toscani (paste). $10. >>

tues 8pm: the lavender scare: gabe gonzález presents an irreverent lgbtq+ history and culture comedy variety show at c’mon everybody (bed-stuy), with guests jes tom (comedy central), calvin cato (discovery channel), kate sisk (the onion), and arti gollapudi (bustle). $10 adv, $15 door. >>

tues 8:30pm (2nd + 4th tuesdays): mommy comedy show: get pampered with laughter at glennis laroe and rylan sylvester’s mommy comedy show, held on the patio of gowanus gardens. tonight: mary beth barone (comedy central), josh nasser (comedy central), sabrina wu (fallon), stef dag (overheard ny), and zubi ahmed (hbo). $10. >>

tues 8:30pm (weekly): i made you a playlist: stand-up meets afterparty at this weekly comedy show and dance party, hosted by kelly bachman, jaffer khan, and olivia amerling. tonight’s show features sureni weerasekera, randal otis, dan wickes, dave hamilton, laura sogar, and bo ballew. the three diamond door (bushwick), free admission. >>


Sep 27 – Oct 8, 2023
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15 companies. 8 premieres. 10 performances. All tickets are $20* to this beloved New York dance tradition, a showcase of the best in dance today.

This year’s highlights include an interdisciplinary collaboration between star ballerina Sara Mearns, choreographer Bobbi Jene Smith, and bass-baritone Davóne Tines co-presented with Vail Dance Festival; two World Premiere City Center Commissions—from tap icon Michelle Dorrance with celebrated street dance artist Ephrat Asherie, and Adesola Osakalumi with the visionary team behind Jam On The Groove; the return of beloved Brazilian troupe Grupo Corpo; and the all-star Paris Opera Ballet duo of Hugo Marchand and Germain Louvet.

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weds 5pm; theater of war at fdr four freedoms park: theater of war presents a live dramatic reading of sophocles’ ajax as a catalyst for an audience discussion about the visible and invisible wounds of war. featuring performances by ato blankson-wood (when they see us), jesse eisenberg (the social network), amy ryan (the office), marjolaine goldsmith (company manager theater of war productions) eduardo jany (us army veteran, col usmc (ret.)), latoya lucas (iraq war veteran, purple heart recipient), and craig manbauman (nurse, poet, us air force veteran). fdr four freedoms park (roosevelt island), free admission (rsvp). >>

weds 7:30pm (weekly): we have fun: a stand-up show: hosts zach sims and dan wilbur bring the fun-ny to young ethel’s (park slope), with stand-up by carmen lagala (colbert), kevin mccaffrey (letterman), elliot hamilton (amc), and kamari stevens (moral painic comedy). free admission. >>

weds 8pm (monthly): written in brooklyn: a storytelling series: join host carly ann filbin in the arlo williamsburg’s bar (fka the williamsburg hotel) for an evening of stories told by colorful characters sharing their tales with you. this month’s theme: ‘hopelessly devoted’ (stories about staying true to yourself, your plan, your addiction, your crush, your life-endangering job). $15 with promo code ‘skint’ (reg. $20). >>

weds 8pm: good girl comedy show: good girls laura merli (reductress) and molly brenner (molly brenner: i’m coming) bring their standup show back to friends and lovers (crown heights), with sets by performers katie hannigan (colbert), dan licata (snl), josh alba, arish jamil, and bobbie elfie. $5. >>

weds 8pm (weekly): savage! a comedy show: lizzie martinez and melissa rocha’s stand-up show comes roaring back with sets by rob cantrell (colbert), brittany carney (comedy central), jess salomon (fallon), pedro salinas (hbo), and albert kirchner (burn your heroes). bonus: free miller highlife beer giveaway from sponsor. logan’s run (park slope), free admission. >>

weds 8pm (monthly): ditmas lit: local writers read from their work at the ditmas lit series, returning to hinterlands bar (kensington/flatbush) with a lineup guest-curated by the keepthings: rachel cline, matthew lansburgh, tara lindis, anja wood, and claudia zuluaga. free admission. >>

weds 9pm: republican watch party: q.e.d. astoria hosts a mystery science theater 3000-style viewing of the republican presidential debate, with running commentary by comedians frank conniff (mst3k), john fugelsang (siriusxm) and myka fox (comedy central). $12-17. >>


thurs thru 2/25/2024: two new exhibitions at poster house: we tried to warn you! environmental crisis posters, 1970-2020 and art deco: commercializing the avant-garde. poster house (chelsea), $12 general, $8 seniors/students, free fridays. >>

thurs thru 1/8/2024: three new exhibitions open at the international center of photography (les): play the part: marlene dietrich, muriel hasbun: tracing terruño, and immersion: gregory halpern, raymond meeks, and vasantha yogananthan. opening reception ($5) 9/28 6-9pm. international center of photography (les), $18 general, $14 seniors, $12 student, $5 thursdays 6-9pm. >>

thurs thru sun: nyc yarn crawl: get your knit together at this annual yarn shop crawl, featuring discounts, trunk shows, and all things fiber-fabulous at nine participating stores in manhattan and brooklyn. >>

thurs thru sun: new york burlesque festival: 70 sassy and sultry burlesque performers from the big apple and beyond take over four stages in manhattan and brooklyn for the 21st annual burlesque festival. $20+. >>

thurs thru sun: brooklyn americana music festival: the ninth semi-annual brooklyn americana music festival returns to five indoor and outdoor venues in dumbo and red hook with 30+ artists playing original folk, roots, country blues, and more. free-$20. >>

thurs 6pm: all the beauty in the world: the metropolitan museum of art and me: author patrick bringley talks with journalist and author bianca bosker (cork dork) about his book all the beauty in the world, a portrait of the metropolitan museum of art and its treasures by a former new yorker staffer who spent a decade as a museum guard. nypl’s stavros niarchos foundation library (midtown), free admission. >>

thurs 6:30pm (rescheduled from 8/10): silent disco at fort tryon park: choose from three djs spinning different genres into your wireless headphones (provided) at fort tryon park’s dongan lawn. free (rsvp required. a credit or debit card may be needed for the check-in process to use the required headphones.). >>

sponsored: thurs 8pm (monthly): pop! a pop culture bingo party: the real housewives edition: pop-culture obsessive bobby hankinson hosts a night of bingo games, trivia challenges, and video clips at this month’s real housewives edition of the pop! a pop culture bingo party at parklife (gowanus). free admission, food/drink purchase required. >>

thurs 8pm (monthly): runnin’ late comedy: clock in to cab washington and marcely’s comedy show spotlighting black and brown performers. tonight’s variety edition features stand-up, dance, music, and more with guests talent harris, alexandra eleganza, pia piaz, and laith nakli. friends and lovers (crown heights), $10. >>

thurs 8pm (every other thursday): landline comedy at wild east brewing co.: get hoppy at the barrel cellar at wild east brewing co. (gowanus), where standups molly austin, albert krchner, otto fernandez, sarah franco, alex asifo, and rebecca skowron are on tap for a night of laughs. guest-hosted by mia wilson. bonus: rsvp for a chance to win a free drink. free admission. >>

thurs 9:30pm: risk! podcast live: hear guests tell true stories they never thought they’d share in public at kevin allison’s show. tonight, tata sherise, david hu, ronna levy, and barb ponella spill the beans at caveat (les). $18 adv, $20 door. >>


our roundup of 70+ ongoing events and attractions: night markets, art exhibitions, film screenings, and more. >>

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fri thru sun: cultural fests / food events / markets / shopping events (free admission, unless noted otherwise):

• fri 4-10pm: latin american night market on dyckman street between dyckman plaza + iInwood park. >>

• sat 11am-5pm: klondike hometowns block party at johnny hartman plaza (hamilton heights). >>

• sat 11am-5pm: sixth annual brooklyn brujeria festival magic market + fair at house of yes (bushwick). >>

• sat 12-5pm (monthly thru december): queens craft brigade at katch gastropub (astoria). >>

• sat 1-4pm: harlem stage open house >>

sponsored: sat 1-4:30pm, 6-9:30pm : nyc wine fest at chelsea industrial. save 50% on advance tickets with promo code ‘skint’ >>

• sat 2-5pm: new york irish center’s third annual queens irish heritage festival at hunters point south park (lic). >>

• sun 11am-5pm: black gold’s one dollar record sale at other half brewery (carroll gardens). >>

• sun 12-5pm: students for a free tibet’s 11th annual momo crawl at diversity plaza (jackson heights). $15 ‘passport’ gets you access to $1 momos at the participating restaurants. >>

• sun 3-6pm: burlesque and drag swap and sale at beauty bar (east village). >>

fri thru mon (and beyond): so much art!:

• fri thru sun: bushwick open studios: various locations, free admission ($10-20 for opening and closing parties). >>

• fri thru sun: affordable art fair: fall edition at metropolitan pavilion (chelsea). $30 general, $20 seniors/students. >>

• fri thru 10/5: lanna apisukh: everybody skate at contact photo (bushwick). >>

• fri thru 1/7/2024: christian walker: the profane and the poignant at leslie-lohman museum of art (soho/tribeca). $10suggested donation. >>

• fri thru january 2024: best in show: pets in contemporary photography at fotografiska (flatiron/gramercy). $20-30 general, $11-20 seniors/students. >>

• sat 10am-4pm: the national arts club community day (gramercy). >>

• sat thru 2/25/2024: shary boyle: outside the palace of me at museum of arts and design (midtown west). $18 general, $14 seniors, $12 students., half-price on thursdays. >>

• sun thru 1/7/2024: manet / degas at the met fifth avenue. pay-what-you-wish admission for new york state residents and ny, nj, and ct students ($30 general, $22 seniors, $17 students otherwise). >>

fri thru sun (and beyond): film fests/series:

• fri thru 10/1: eighth annual imagine this women’s film festival at regal battery park and online, various prices+. >>

• fri thru 9/28: james n. kienitz wilkins’s still film + at the movies at brooklyn academy of music (fort greene). $16. >>

• sat thru 12/16: the complete hepburn and grant at museum of the moving image (astoria). $15 general, $11 seniors/students. >>

fri (various times): free outdoor movies (weather permitting):
annie at terrace behind rec center in hamilton fish park (les) >>
minions: the rise of gru at lawrence virgilio playground (sunnyside gardens) >>
star wars van cortlandt park (bronx) >>
the lego ninjago movie at playground eighty nine lxxxix (uws) >>
the little mermaid at ferry point park (bronx) >>
the sisterhood of the traveling pants at hudson yards >>

thru 10/8: welcome to the continental: the hotel bar experience: enter the world of the continental: from the world of john wick at an immersive pop-up at 82 beaver street, which serves as the hotel exterior in the franchise and the prequel series. $15+ admission includes a ‘gold coin’ which can be used to purchase food/drink. >>

fri thru sun: affordable art fair: fall edition: peruse original contemporary paintings, sculptures, photographs, and prints by more than 400 artists at the fall edition of the affordable art fair, where pieces start at $100. metropolitan pavilion (chelsea), $30 general, $20 seniors/students, free admission with an art supply donation thursday 6-8pm. >>

fri thru sun (7pm): making moves dance festival: a lineup of 10 diverse choreographers and dance companies take the stage at the 14th annual making moves dance festival at jamaica performing arts center. free admission. >>

fri + sat (8pm): the chelsea symphony: celestial waters (season opener): the chelsea symphony presents a program featuring camille pépin’s les eaux célestes (celestial waters), sergei rokofiev’s violin concerto no.2 in g minor (fri only), amanda mair-röntgen’s violin voncerto in d minor (sat only), and béla bartók’s concerto for orchestra. the dimenna center for classical music (midtown west), $30 adv for premium seating, or $20 suggested donation at the door. >>

fri 7pm doors: kuti heavy: comedy showcases kutti gang and bit heavy, hosted by zubi ahmed, pooja reddy, arjun ramrup, and vikrant sc, are linking up for a night of music and comedy at littlefield (gowanus) with guests asha ward (snl), fareeha khan (comedy central), hari kondabolu (netflix), and jo firestone (adult swim). a limited number of tickets are available for $10.05-16.57 with promo code ‘littlefield7’ (reg. $19-25). >>

fri 7-10pm (fridays thru 10/27): dreamland roller disco: beyoncé: roll with it at lola star’s weekly themed outdoor skate party at prospect park. tonight’s theme: beyoncé. $25 admission includes skate rental. >>

fri 7:30pm: the harlem chamber players: season opening concerts: the harlem chamber players open the season with ‘dreams and prayers of isaac the blind,’ a program that features works by giddens, perkinson, prokofiev, and golijov at broadway presbyterian church (morningside heights). hosted by wqxr’s terrance mcnight. $20 general, $15 students/seniors. >>

fri 8:30pm (weekly): bitches brew comedy show: see what all the brew-ha-ha is about at this women-produced and -hosted comedy show, returning to the back room at halyards (gowanus) with stand-up by gastor almonte (pbs), ismael loutfi (comedy central), danish maqbool (ramy), wilfred padua (npr), dom grayer, olivia carter, and angela kimmel. free admission (a tip jar will be passed around at the end of the show). >>

fri 8:30pm (weekly): live from outer space comedy show: john f. o’donnell, myka fox, and max bruno host an evening of out-of-this-world stand-up at the cobra club. tonight: josh gondelman (hbo), nina tarr (hbo), ashton womack (comedy central), gabe pacheco (siruiusxm), and sara hennessey (huge bitch). the cobra club (bushwick), $5. >>

fri 9pm: hamster homecoming: scurry your way to wonderville (bushwick) for a night of early-internet and throwback music by three djs, plus ‘other immersive experiences’. themed dress encouraged. $15-20 adv, ($20 door). >>


NYC Wine Fest is your all-access pass to over 100 new wines from around the world at Chelsea Industrial on Saturday, September 23!

Guests will enjoy wine samples for their entire session, paired with live entertainment, interactive games, and access to food available for purchase from Mozzarepas, Taste of Poland, and Chavas Empanadas.

NYC Wine Fest is a perfect opportunity for wine enthusiasts to meet and hang out at in the heart of Chelsea, while discovering new delicious reds and vibrant whites and speaking to sommeliers from across the country and beyond!

Special offer for the skint readers:
Save 50% on advance tickets with promo code SKINT

NYC Wine Fest
Saturday, September 23
Session Times:
Session 1: 1pm – 4:30pm
Session 2: 6pm – 9:30pm

Chelsea Industrial
535 West 28th Street New York, NY 10001

21+ Only


sat thru 9/29: 12th annual morningside lights lantern-building workshops: in the week leading up to the annual morningside lights illuminated procession (9/30), the public is invited to attend a free series of lantern-building workshops on the stage of columbia university’s miller theater. no experience necessary. >>

sat + sun (11am-7pm): only murders in the building pop-up: just in time for the season three finale, hulu presents themed, interactive pop-up at the united palace theater (washington heights). free admission (a standby line will be available if rsvps are full). >>

sat 10am-6pm: harlem book fair: celebrating 25 years, the harlem book fair presents a full day of conversations, readings, signings, and more with black authors at harlem state office building plaza. free admission. >>

sat 11am-3pm (rain date sun): paws on parade: akc museum of the dog and bryany park team up for the second annual dog parade and social, an afternoon gathering of pups and peeps that culminates in a parade around the park. free admission. >>

sat 11am-3pm: urbanglass fall open studios: see glassblowing and flameworking demos, make some art, and more at urbanglass’s 17,000 sq. ft. fort greene studio space. activities are free-$75. >>

sat 2-4pm: mark morris group at brooklyn bridge park: mark morris group returns to brooklyn bridge park for an outdoor performance and an all-ages family-friendly workshop. pier 1 harbor view lawn, free admission. >>

sat 3-6pm: joe’s pub 25th birthday celebration: the public theater’s joe’s pub celebrates 25 years with a free outdoor celebration at astor place featuring live music by fogo azul, jina brass band, and slavic soul party. >>

sat 4-8pm (3pm doors): second annual john coltrane | miles ahead jazz festival: a packed lineup of musicians pay tribute to jazz greats john coltrane and miles davis at richard rodgers amphitheater in marcus garvey park (east harlem). free admission. >>

sat 4-10pm (gates at 2pm): global citizen festival: red hot chili peppers, ms. lauryn hill, jung kook, and more headline the annual global citizen festival in central park, a concert promoting solutions to end extreme poverty. while the chance for earning free tickets has passed, the event will be livestreamed. >>

sat 7pm: ancestry dot comedy: the misfit variety show: lauren logiudice hosts this variety show with trivia for anyone who’s ever looked at their family and thought ‘how did I get here?’ with a pre-show gathering featuring spencer brisson of baby cobra yoga and mental health expert dr. marcie beigel. parkside lounge (les), $15+. >>

sat 7:30pm (monthly): the odd rock comedy hour: comedy musician rob paravonian, known for his viral ‘pachelbel rant’ and other videos, hosts a music and comedy variety show with performances by guests goodbye charlemagne and more at q.e.d. (astoria). $10. >>

sat 7:30pm: joseph keckler: singer and composer jordan keckler will be joined by pianist matthew dean marsh, violinist lavinia pavlish, and multi-intstrumentalist michael hanf at lincoln center’s david rubenstein atrium (uws). free admission. >>

sat 8pm: lime rickey international and masma dream world: issue project room presents an intimate evening with multidisciplinary artists lime rickey international and masma dream world at invisible dog art center (boerum hill). $15. >>

sat 8pm: reverse racism: comedian daddy hosts a night of comedy, so called ‘white allies,’ race games, music, and dancing with guests asha ward (snl), jordan temple (atlanta), and james davis (comedy central) at littlefield (gowanus). a limited number of tickets are available for $6.86-10.05 with promo code ‘littlefield7’ (reg. $15-19.50). >>

sat 8pm: the 20th annual miss coney island pageant: 11 beachy burlesque beauties battle it out to be crowned the 20th miss coney island. sideshows by the seashore (coney island), $35 for a theater seat, $15 to watch the live simulcast at the freak bar. >>


sun thru 10/2: 18th annual brooklyn book festival: nyc’s largest free lit fest returns with nine days of events, starting with a virtual fest and a series of citywide ‘bookend’ events leading up to the festival day and marketplace. various prices (most events are free). >>

sun 11am (ends today): broadway forever concerts: ny forever hosts a free pop-up concert by broadway stars at lou gehrig plaza in the bronx, with opportunities to sign up for community service opportunities. scheduled to appear (lineup at may vary): casey cott (moulin rouge! the musical), charity angél dawson (chicago), cheyenne jackson (into the woods), jordan fisher (dear evan hansen), and many more. >>

sun 12-4pm: open doors at green-wood: step into the nineteenth-century mausoleums of green-wood cemetery, which are usually closed to the public. $30. >>

sun 6pm: omny taiko: tadaima drumming community omny (one miracle in new york) taiko returns to the stage for their first in-person concert since the start of the pandemic. brooklyn music school, $15+. >>

sun 7:15pm doors: free outdoor movie (weather permitting): berman’s march at industry city. >>

sponsored: sun 7:30pm: pay-what-you-can admission for prometheus firebringer at theatre for a new audience: for this night of annie dorsen’s performance/lecture at polonsky shakespeare center in downtown brooklyn, audiences can purchase cash-only pay-what-you-can tickets at the door starting at 6:30pm. while supplies last, first come, first served, one ticket per patron limit. >>

sun 7:30pm: the pogues + the clash tribute bands: dark streets and straight to hell take over brooklyn bowl (williamsburg) with performances of the pogues’s red roses for me and the clash’s the clash albums, in their entirety. $12-15. >>

sun 8pm: earth tones: comedians asha ward and sureni weerasekera bring a lineup of qtbipoc comedians to union hall (park slope), including molly kearney, isa medina, alex english, sydnee washington, and indigo asim. $10 adv, $15 door. >>

sun 8:30pm: care giver: storyteller and standup comic jeff simmermon (the moth, this american life) presents his new one-hour solo show, ‘care giver,’ covering topics including caring for his ailing father and fighting the healthcare system, becoming a parent, and more. q.e.d. astoria, $10. >>


mon 5:30pm (ends today): american symphony orchestra chamber series at bryant park: american symphony orchestra’s annual chamber series returns to bryant park for a series of intimate concerts on the upper terrace. tonight’s program: ‘america unbound.’ free admission. >>

mon 6pm: silent movie day at film forum: film forum celebrates national silent movie day (9/29) with a screening of the johnstown flood (1926), featuring live piano accompaniment by steve sterner. $17. >>

mon 6pm doors (+ 10/2, 10/16): vale cinema series: billed as ‘the only rooftop cinema experience in brooklyn that features the iconic manhattan skyline,’ the turf club on the 23rd floor of the william vale hotel continues its summer screening series with 10 things i hate about you (1999). drinks and snacks will be available for purchase. $20-28. >>

mon 7pm: claudia dey: daughter w/ lizzy caplan: claudia dey presents her new novel, daughter, in a conversation with actor and producer lizzy caplan (masters of sex, party down) at books are magic (brooklyn heights). $10 admission includes a store gift card, $29.40 ticket option includes a copy of the book. >>

mon 7:15pm: alicia roth weigel: inverse cowgirl: intersex activist and author alicia roth weigel presents her new memoir, inverse cowgirl, in a discussion with author and advocate blair imani at the rare book room at strand bookstore (union square). $10 admission, $24.28 ticket option includes a signed copy of the book. >>

mon 7:30pm (monthly): movie musical mondays: a monthly series of iconic musicals hits the big screen at village east by angelika, continuing the 2023 season tonight with norman jewison’s fiddler on the roof (1971). $18. >>

mon 8pm (weekly): butterboy comedy: the comedy show helmed by jo firestone and maeve higgins with dj donwill returns with stand-up by katherine blanford (fallon), onika mclean (hbo), rojo perez (conan), and wilfred padua (npr), and more. littlefield (gowanus), $10 adv, $12 day-of. >>


our roundup of 50+ ongoing events and attractions: night markets, art exhibitions, film screenings, and more. >>

stay safe and healthy
– the skint