This Week’s Events | New York
ALL MY FRIENDS W/ SIZZY ROCKET, MOON BOUNCE, KING DECO
THU. 11/19 | 7:30PM @ GOOD ROOM
Back for round 2 of All My Friends. King Deco, Moon Bounce, Sizzy Rocket.
ADMISSION: FREE w/ RSVP
GET KNOTTY: EASY, SEXY ROPE PLAY
FRI. 11/20 | 7:00PM @ BABELAND BROOKLYN
At this Babeland Quickie we’ll share simple and sensual rope bondage skills that will get you or your partner tied up in no time. Enjoy Babeland Bubbly and arrive early; the first ten customers will receive toys to try at home.
DRUNK TED TALKS
SAT. 11/21 | 6:00PM @ LITTLEFIELD
Quit Playing Games, Our Art. The world’s premiere source of highly intelligent people talking about weird stuff they care deeply about while extremely drunk (with PowerPoints). “What’s My Rage Again: Integrating Pop-Punk Into the Boy Band Canon” by Maria Sherman.
A TRIBUTE TO NINA SIMONE
SUN. 11/22 | 8:30PM @ MANHATTAN INN
A tribute to the masterful queen, Nina Simone. Come celebrate a night of her songs. Space is very limited, first come first serve at the Inn.
ELI HOROWITZ – THE PICKLE INDEX
MON. 11/23 | 7:00PM @ BOOKCOURT
San Francisco-based Eli Horowitz was the managing editor and then publisher of McSweeney’s. Punctuated with evocative woodcuts by Ian Huebert, Eli Horowitz’s The Pickle Index is a fast-moving fable, full of deadpan humor and absurd twists–and an innovative, exhilarating storytelling experience.
TUE. 11/24 | 8:00PM @ THE LIVING ROOM
23-year-old Austin-based snger, Dacosta, has been touring around the country for the last four-years while simultaneously earning a history degree at Columbia University, where he graduated last May.
WED. 11/25 | 9:00PM @ PIZZA PARTY
Get Summered, Gold Whistle, and doNYC invite you, your friends and your loved ones to a night dedicated to classic R&B, slow jams, rare groove, Luther Vandross, new jack swing, black disco and 80’s hip hop.
ADMISSION: FREE W/ RSVP 89TH ANNUAL MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE
THU. 11/26 | 9:00AM @ CENTRAL PARK
Before America collectively fashions a can holder out of its beer gut and settles in to watch some football, all eyes turn to Manhattan and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, an annual pageant of giant balloons, floats, cheerleaders, clowns, marching bands, Broadway shows and celebs.
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