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I’ve got your Saturday riiiiiiight here:

You wanna relax?  You wanna commune with your inner self?  You want to stretch muscle fiber, sinew and the fabric of your mind by participating in that most ancient of mind-body arts underneath the shadow of a dessicated whale carcass?  Well, look no further my friend. MOMA is hosting a yoga class tomorrow, that attendees will be chosen for at random from a lottery.  GThe hour and a half lesson will be taught by Virayoga founder Elena Brower, and will take place underneath Gabriel Orozco’s Mobile Matrix. There are only 100 slots, available so RSVP to

Saturday, 8:30 AM
11 West 53rd Street

If you are picked, get all rested up, cause it pops off at 8:30 in the morning!  Yes, on a Saturday, in the dead of winter, in midtown!

If you’re more of the sleepin’ til noon, gym-tan-laundry type, you and your be-gelled bouffant will be thrilled to hear that everyone’s favorite Jewess-lovin’ Italian is gonna be on the decks at Sutton Place.  I’ve  never even heard of the spot but its way up on 2nd Avenue so I think that vaguely foreboding feeling in the pit of my stomach is pretty well justfied.  Jersey shore attire is required so before you beat up the beat, please put on your finest.

Saturday, 10 PM
Sutton Place
1015 Second Avenue

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1 Comment

  1. Alison Lambert - Half Price Headliner
    January 22, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    Oh man! For a beautiful, fleeting second I thought Pauly D was coming to the West Coast. I hope you realize how lucky you are New Yorkers!