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THIS SUNDAY: Poetry open mic at the JujoMukti Tea Lounge! [May. 16th, 2012|10:39 pm]

Any poetry fans in this community? Lovers of the spoken word?

If so, get yourself this Sunday evening to...


Come check out New York City’s newest venue for spoken-word poetry, music and song. Located in a comfortable, handsome space in the East Village, serving enriching teas from around the globe. The event includes an open mic in which members of the greater spoken-word community share their work. Hosted by David Lawton.

This edition features:


Kat Georges is a NYC poet, playwright, performer and designer. Her full-length poetry collection, Our Lady of the Hunger, will be released soon by Three Rooms Press. In New York since 2003, she has directed numerous off-Broadway plays, curated poetry readings (including the bi-monthly Son of a Pony poetry reading series at Cornelia Street Cafe) and performed widely. She is the co-founder and editor of Three Rooms Press. Click here to watch a videoCollapse )

WHEN: Sunday, May 20, 2012, 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: JujoMukti Tea Lounge, 211 East 4th Street (between Aves. A & B)
Subways: F, M (2nd Avenue & Houston); 6 (Astor Place; 8th St. and 4th Ave.); Bus 14A from Union Square (3rd St. stop and Ave. A).
COVER: $5 (may be applied to the purchase of a tea or chai of equal or lesser value)
FACEBOOK: Click here

Hope to see you there
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NYC Queer Storytelling Show [Feb. 3rd, 2012|07:00 pm]

Does anyone even read :LJ anymore? Anyway I apparently still do, sometimes, so I am still going to post until LJ disappears completely. Anyway, this is a cool event tomorrow night. Cool, fun, laid back, no one turned away for lack of funds.
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Intense AND awesome show tomorrow night! [Apr. 2nd, 2010|07:26 am]


Queer Memoir's April event will center around the theme "Scars" with readings/performances/sharing by: Ryn Hodes, Tania Katan, Adrian Khactu, Sassafras Lowrey, Genne Murphy, Mecca Jamilah Sullivan and Kelli Dunham.

Queer Memoir is a salon for new work inspired by a monthly theme; a safe space to share memoir writing and performance; an opportunity to give voice to our collective queer experiences, and preserve and document our complex queer history; for writers, performers, and anyone with a queer story to tell.

Even as LGBT characters and “out” celebrities become more common in pop culture and mainstream media, the richness and complexity of real queer lives is still undervalued and often invisible. Queer Memoir attempts to provide an avenue to share queer lives and celebrate the ritual and community-building value of storytelling.


Queer Memoir: Scars
Saturday, April 3, @ 8 pm
@ Collect Pond 45 Berry Street
(L train to Bedford Avenue)

Interested in sharing at our next event? NOT limited to writers & performers: we want YOUR story! Check out upcoming themes.
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Teen Party in NYC on July 5th [Jul. 1st, 2009|02:57 pm]

It's all ages, open to the public, and all you have to do to go is click here or email rsvp@sundayschoolnyc.com

Das Racist and Team Facelift are performing live.

There's also a facebook page for it.

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Tribe 8's Lynnee Breedlove Friday Night --only FIVE BUCKS [Jun. 9th, 2009|05:23 pm]


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8th Annual Coney Island Film Festival

Online advance tickets now onsale! We strongly advise advance ticket purchase to avoid sellouts! We do not charge an extra service charge for advance tickets.

8th Annual Coney Island Film Festival, September 26-28, 2008

Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY -- The 8th annual installment of the Coney Island Film Festival hits the shores of Coney Island from Friday, September 26th through Sunday, September 28th. This year's festival features one hundred twenty five films from around the world; a stunning array of high and low-brow fare, as diverse as the neighborhood it represents. Subjects range from the profound to the profane, showcasing the independent spirit and irreverent nature of the one and only Coney Island.

This year's centerpiece film is Peter LiPera's, Save Coney Island. Working with a small crew for over a year, director/cinematographer Peter LiPera paints an intimate portrait of Coney Island's first annual last season. SAVE CONEY ISLAND shows a group of boardwalk friends' journey over the course of a year as they try to preserve what they can within the ever-changing, ever-fading, atmosphere of Coney Island.

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Dissident - Universe Eat Universe (video) [Dec. 8th, 2007|12:45 am]
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You can do anything you want with your life. [Dec. 6th, 2007|05:26 am]

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Comedy just like your mom made. If your mom was really, really gay [Nov. 26th, 2007|11:07 am]



 Friday November 30 at 8:30 PM—Only 8 bucks admission!
LGBT Community Center 208 W 13th Street New York NY 10011

With special guests…
Cassendre Xavier (award winning author of Black/Out)
Jhon Valdes (Bearapalooza)

 And the Gayety Players…
Glenn Marla (“Fearless and liberated” –Time Out)
Your host Glitter Queen Bevin Branlandingham
Kelli Dunham (Showtime’s Penn & Teller Bullshit)
Petunia the Trivia Goddess with fabulous prizes

 Stand-up/Spoken Word/Humorous Mayhem
Questions? gayetynyc@gmail.com or 646.224.8622

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