Monthly Archives: February 2011

GUMBO Friday

When:Friday February 18, 2011 Time:10pm Where:Galapagos Art Space 16 Main Street Brooklyn, NY 718.222.8500 Cost:$5 b4 11pm Gay+Dumbo+Party= The best party in Brooklyn! Gumbo is back this Friday with their fabulous hosts Ben Harvey and Casey Fitzpatrick in cahoots with TJ Fix & Matt Shofner. + DJ Keo Nozari + FREE 42Below Vodka bar (10-11pm) + dirty sugar photography sociaLIGHT... Read more » Read More »

Free Brooklyn Eats From Tenka

Our friends at Tenka are bring you a Brooklyn Revolution. They have a ton of great coupons for free treats at some of Brooklyn’s best local eateries!!  You don’t have to purchase the coupon.  You just have to walk into the business and redeem it with your smartphone or via SMS. There are only a few coupons left so hurry... Read more » Read More »

The Pregame Comedy Show

When:Friday February 18, 2011 Time:8:00pm Where:Royal Oak 594 Union Ave Brooklyn, NY Cost:Free What better way to prepare for a night of debauchery than to get drunk and steal jokes from slightly drunker comedians? That’s our philosophy at the Pregame show, a new weekly comedy showcase coming to Royal Oak every Friday at 8 PM, brought to you by Justin... Read more » Read More »

Los Chamanes Featuring Natalia Bernal

When:Friday February 18, 2011 Time:8:00pm Where:Rose Live Music 345 Grand Street Manhattan, NY Cost:Free The collaboration of Latin jazz singer Natalia Bernal and South American folklore fusion band Los Chamanes was born from the friendship that developed between these Chilean expatriates in NYC. The band’s folkloric root, poetic lyrics and spontaneity quickly attracted Natalia, who brought professional quality and her... Read more » Read More »

Black History Month Youth Film Series

When:Monday February 14, 2011- Friday February 18, 2011 Time:10am Where:Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 515 Malcolm X Blvd. Manhattan, NY 10030 Cost:Free The Schomburg Center Public Education Program presents its second annual Black History Month Film Series geared toward youth audiences with contemporary and historic films about the African-American and global black experience.  Each film is followed by... Read more » Read More »