TUES-MON, 11/22-28: SKINT THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY WEEK

with fewer events this week due to the thanksgiving holiday, the skint will be taking a few days off and returning on monday the 28th. we’re very thankful for our readers and that we’re still here. have a safe and happy holiday!

tuesday

gift markets, pop-ups, and shopping events:
brooklyn flea dumbo holiday market. weekends 10am-5pm thru 12/24. >>
holiday market at grand bazaar nyc @ 100 w 77th st at columbus ave. sundays thru 12/18 10am-5pm. >>
queens craft brigade at katch (astoria). 11/26 + 12/10 12-5pm. >>
record store day. various locations. 11/25. >>
the makers show at citypoint. fridays, saturdays, sundays 11am-7pm thru 12/18. >>
urbanspace holiday market at brooklyn borough hall. 11/28-12/26 11am-8pm. >>

ice skating rinks opening this week:
brookfield place. open thru the season. $15-20 admission, $5-7 skate rental (or byo). >>
industry city. open thru the season. $15 admission, $10 skate rental (or byo). >>
the seaport. open thru the season. free admission, $20-35 skate rental (or byo). >>

tues thru 1/8/2023 (closed mondays, thanksgiving, christmas, and new year’s day): charles dickens’s a christmas carol at the morgan: visit with ghosts of christmas past at the morgan library + museum (murray hill), where charles dickens’s original manuscript of a christmas carol will be on display thru the holiday season. $22 general, $14 seniors, $13 students, free fridays 5-7pm. >>

sponsored: tues 7pm: amber ruffin, lacey lamar, and aasif mandvi at symphony space: from her raucous musical numbers to turning upsetting news into laughs as the host of the amber ruffin show or in her late night with seth meyers segments, amber ruffin is no stranger to finding the funny wherever she looks. in celebration of their latest collaboration, amber and her sister and co-author lacey lamar (you’ll never believe what happened to lacey) launch the world record book of racist stories, their new book of hilarious, intergenerational anecdotes full of absurd detail about everyday experiences of racism. In conversation with aasif mandvi (evil). skint readers can get a $25 ticket, which includes a copy of the book, using code ‘amber’ (service charge applies). >>

tues 7pm: saks fifth avenue holiday show: in partnership with the elton john aids foundation, saks will unveil its iconic window and light show, starring special guest elton john. note: saks is promoting the show as a live-stream event, and as of press time we weren’t able to determine if elton john will be appearing in person and if it’s open to the public. >>

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

tues 8:30pm (monthly): pink lotion comedy show: grace johnson and valerie vernale host an all-black female/enby comedy show, featuring glo butler (comedy central), sabrina robinson (token comedy), jenae boston (mtv), and dara jemmott. mood ring (bushwick), free ($10 suggested donation). >>

tues 8:30pm (weekly): i made you a playlist: stand-up meets after-party at this weekly comedy show and dance party, hosted by kelly bachman. tonight’s show features gabe pacheco (siriusxm), dave merheje (ramy), jenny gorelick (comedy central), joey hamburger (funny or die), and n our hadidi (abroad). the three diamond door (bushwick), free admission. >>

tues 8:30pm (weekly): just come! comedy show: pamela ross, ashley hamilton, and nolawee mengist bring the laughs back to east williamsburg with standup by chloe radcliffe (comedy central), jonathan van halem (tooning out the news), emily panic (windbreaker comedy), and pete angelo. the graham (east williamsburg), free ($10 suggested donation). >>

wednesday

wednesdays thru 12/21, + 12/20: cinépolis handpicked: cinépolis chelsea gets into the holiday spirit with screenings of white christmas, elf, how the grinch stole christmas, national lampoon’s christmas vacation, and the polar express for just $5 each. >>

weds (various times): glass onion with rian johnson in-person: for the opening day of knives out sequel glass onion, filmmaker rian johnson will join audiences at the paris theater (midtown) for q+as following the 11am and 8pm screenings, and he’ll introduce the 2pm screening. $16 general, $14 students/seniors. >>

weds 12-6pm: macy’s thanksgiving day parade balloon inflation: on the eve before the big parade, see the larger-than-life balloons take shape on the streets around the american museum of natural history. expect crowds. enter at w 72nd st and columbus ave (uws). free admission >>

weds 10pm: thank you for everything: thanksgiving eve dance party: house of yes (bushwick) kicks off t-day weekend with their annual dance fest. bonus: get a half-priced cocktail when you bring a non-perishable food item to benefit city harvest food pantry (limit one per customer). free-$25. >>

thursday

thurs 9am-12pm: macy’s thanksgiving day parade: an estimated 2.5 million people are expected to line the streets for the 96th annual macy’s thanksgiving day parade, which will feature 27 giant balloons, 31 floats, 10 marching bands, performers dionne warwick, gloria estefan, jordin sparks, joss stone, paula abdul, ziggy marley, and more. starts at 77th street + central park west, ends at macy’s herald square. free admission. >>

thurs 10pm: dirty thursday: pumpkin spice: dance off those mashed potatoes at house of yes’s annual dirty thursday dance party. house of yes (bushwick), free with rsvp, $10 without. >>

friday

fri thru 1/6/2023 (8am-10pm): luminaries at brookfield place: a canopy comprised of 640 colorful cube lanterns will cover the winter garden at brookfield place (fidi) for the annual luminaries installation. musical light shows will start at the top of every hour, and visitors can send motion-activated wishes or ‘conduct’ their own light show. free (for every interaction, brookfield place will donate $1 to outreach). >>

fri thru 12/11: african diaspora international film festival: highlighting socially relevant films about the human experience of people of color all over the world, the 30th adiff returns to new york with 80 films from 30 countries. cinema village, cinépolis chelsea, the chapel at columbia, thalia cinema, and the schomburg center. $20. >>

fri 1pm:post turkey day walking tour of green-wood: take a breather in-between thanksgiving leftover snackin’ for a guided tour historic green-wood cemetery. $30. >>

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 aparna nancherla (comedy central), kate willett (comedy central), jared schwartz (adult swim), zubi ahmed (kuttig gang), jill weiner (americas got talent), and pat burtscher. free admission (a tip jar will be passed around at the end of the show). >>

saturday

sat thru 12/17: a very villainous christmas: bad santas wreck the halls at nitehawk cinema williamsburg’s screening series, featuring the muppet christmas carol, gremlins, home alone, die hard, and the nightmare before christmas. $14. >>

sat 1pm (+ 12/2-3): emmet otter’s jug-band christmas: museum of the moving image hosts 45th anniversary screenings of jim henson’s 1977 tv special, emmet otter’s jug-band christmas, with jim henson legacy president craig shemin in-person at select times to present outtakes from the film and excerpts from the documentary behind the scenes in frogtown hollow. $15 general, $11 students/seniors. >>

sunday

sun thru 12/24: regal holiday classics: regal theatres serves up a series of holiday movies for just $5: dr. seuss’ the grinch, how the grinch stole christmas, national lampoon’s christmas vacation, the polar express, and elf. >>

sun 8pm: autoimmune saloon: writer and producer ian goldstein hosts a feel-good show about feeling not-so-good, where comedians with autoimmune diseases will perform stand-up and skits based on their experiences. young ethel’s (park slope), free. >>

monday

mon 7:30pm (monthly): musical mondays: a monthly series of iconic musicals hits the big screen at village east by angelika, continuing tonight with singin’ in the rain (1952), starring gene kelly, debbie reynolds, and donald o’connor. $16. >>

mon 8pm (weekly): butterboy comedy: five-year anniversary show: the comedy show helmed by jo firestone, aparna nancherla, and maeve higgins with dj donwill celebrates five years with stand-up by adam pally, joyelle nicole johnson, and more. littlefield (gowanus), $10 adv, $12 day-of. >>

ongoing

our roundup of 40+ ongoing events and attractions: art exhibitions, ticket deals, and more. >>

stay safe and healthy
– the skint