The weekend is here and it’s time to get sexy. Grab tickets to any one of these events centered around sexual flair, alcohol, delectable meat, or riveting cinema. There’s something for the inner foodie, alcohol enthusiast and film lover.
Opening Reception for Jaimie Warren: THE MIRACLE 159 Pioneer Street, Brooklyn
pioneerworks We are thrilled to announce “THE MIRACLE,” the first institutional solo show in NY from Jaimie Warren (@jaimiewarrenisyourfriend), opens February 21st. Resembling a high school musical backdrop, a vintage Disney ride, or the campy gore of a community-built haunted house, “THE MIRACLE” is a DIY, oversized supernatural set for performances made up of animatronics, costumes, and special effects, all which speak to the miracle of collective art making. Taken together, the exhibition illuminates the power of cinema and pop culture to render, in larger than life form, the fears and insecurities of childhood. It engages the capacity of popular entertainment to bring people together around shared cultural touchstones, producing a show defined by both strangeness and joy. The exhibition features daily activations and will culminate in an over-the-top musical production, “THE MIRACLE, THE MUSICAL.” To find out more about the “THE MIRACLE” or to RSVP for the opening reception, follow the link in the bio.
Jamie Warren’s “The Miracle” is opening at Pioneer Works this weekend and you’re invited to the opening ceremony. The theatric musical production combines theater, cinema, and storytelling to explore life, reality, and art. “The Miracle” is a “do it yourself” mystical set that hosts animaTronics, costumes, and special effects performances.
Malcolm X Remembered 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, Manhattan
nyplcounteecullen #nyplcounteecullen #blackhistorymonthfactoftheday #onthisdayinblackhistory On February 13, 1965, Malcolm X’s home in New York City was bombed. He and his family were not hurt and he decided to keep a longstanding speaking commitment at Detroit, Michigan, arriving the next day to give the presentation below. This proved however to be his last public appearance. One week later on February 21, Malcolm was killed as he began to give a presentation in Harlem. @blackpasthistory
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black culture is celebrating Malcolm X with a Malcolm X Remembered pop-up exhibition. The display will have handwritten notes, important historical documents, and rare photographs.
IC Pop-Up Cinema — The Farewell 268 36th Street, Brooklyn
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This February, Industry City is hosting the IC pop-up cinema. The free adult only screenings are still being held through the end of the month. Now, you can still Grab tickets to a screening during one of the last weekends of the month. “The Farewell” is a film about family history, drama, humor, and roots.
2020 NYC Beer Week Opening Bash 72 Noble Street, Brooklyn
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Nearly 80 different breweries will unify to celebrate beer, community and the 2020 New York City Beer Week Opening Bash. This Saturday, the New York City Brewers Guild will be hosting an opening Bash featuring 75 different breweries, unlimited samples, assorted grub, and amazing company. Grab your tickets, bring your ID and get ready for lots of cool beers and laughs.
African Popup Festival 2020 - Celebrating Black History Month 46 West 116th Street, Manhattan
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The African pop-up festival 2020 is celebrating Black history month at mist Harlem. The visitors can shop, eat, dance, network and support local businesses and entrepreneurs all in one location. They will be live music from Different performers as well as a business panel and shove composition. Footes can also delay in different cuisine options in vegan accommodations.
Charcuterie Masters 2020 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Queens
newyorkepicureanevents GOOD LUCK AT THE MASTERS IL PORCELLINO!! . . . Bill Miner and the gang from Colorado have entered their wagyu beef bresaola and coppa in Charcuterie Masters 2020. Find out if they’ll win at Flushing Town Hall on 2/22. Enjoy delicacies from Il Porcellino and other artisans, including Despana, Rodrigo Duarte, and La Molisana, along with dishes from top NYC chefs at the the meatiest night in town. Snag your tickets at the link in our bio.
Time to indulge in salami, Patty, ham, the sausages, and other prepared meats at the Charcuterie Masters 2020 event this weekend. Foodies can enjoy unlimited tastings from more than 60 different vendors, sharing local and exotic recipes from different cultures.
Burlesque! The Sweet Spot Brooklyn: Valentine Edition 149 7th Street, Brooklyn
sweetspotnation VENUE CHANGE : Thursday February 13, 2020 Hey San Antonio due to circumstances beyond our control The Sweet Spot has been moved to a new venue. Next Level 4102 Naco Perrin Blvd. San Antonio TX 78217 It's about 10 mins from the old location. If you have questions 3474097442
Get romantic and sexy during the weekend thanks to The Sweet Spot’s “The Soaring Twenties” Burlesque event. View the high energy, heart racing, meticulously organized choreography and performance from Burrowsink. The show will be full of games, comedy, humor, and theatrics.
DRAG SHOW: Lucky Cheng's CRAZY BOOZY BRUNCH 707 8th Avenue, Manhattan
luckychengs This Sunday: RuPaul’s drag race season 10 superstar @dustyray is joining us for Crazy Boozy Brunch shenanigans! Tickets are flying out fast, so do not wait to get yours. Full info on our website luckychengs.com or simply call us - 646 982 5954 #brunch #dragbrunch #crazy #boozybrunch #sunday #funday #luckychengs #nyc #dragqueens #rpdr #dragrace #dustyraybottoms
It’s wild, it’s boozy, and it’s delicious. We’re talking about Lucky Cheng’s crazy boozy brunch drag show at the Secret Room New York. Visitors can expect mimosa’s and specialty cocktails as well as a new over the top and eye-catching drag performance.
Screening: Sorry to Bother You 34-41 137th Street, Queens
sorry2botheryou surprise mfs, we back! #SorryToBotherYou is back in theaters this weekend in select cities. grab some homies who need to see it and get tickets: link in bio
There’s a cost-free screening of “Sorry to Bother You” this weekend. The dark comedy follows an African-American professional utilizing an accent as a tool to gain professional success. The film expresses views from social and racial bias, obstacles and capitalism.