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FREE Dark Horse Beer at the Hard Time Mini Mall

Updated: Nov 04, 2009 18:58
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I saw this over at NYC Recession Diary and I thought all of you, my esteemed readers (and by that I mean lousy drunks), would appreciate it.

Tonight from 6-10pm there will be an opening recession for the Hard Time Mini Mall, at the Red Truck Gallery.  According to that flyer the HTMM is a pop-up exhibition featuring folk, lowbrow and outsider works of art.  I feel like that pretty much nail most of you readers, especially the lowbrow part.  I’m too lazy to type out the names of all the artist who are displaying their work, but if you wanna know their names just look at the damn flyer.

Dark Horse Brewery will be there giving out delicious FREE beers and apparently there are gonna be special guests.  I have no idea what that means, but you better hope it’s not code word for “your probation officer”.

Hard Times Mini Mall Opening Reception
The Red Truck Gallery
368 Broome St @ Mott St. [Little Italy]
Thursday, 11/5
FREE Dark Horse Beer

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