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MAY


 
TUESDAY
JAN 2

 
7:30

NICK DeFAZIO

THURSDAY
JAN 4

 
  7:30

CANCELLED-- due to weather -

BRAINSTORM discussion and art media:
This is a brainstorm session that discusses the paradigm shifting changes in our world, including AI, robots, blockchain, ufo's, holographic universe, false-flags, fake news, portals through the wrinkles in time-space fabric, etc etc. Mind-expanding topics. We begin each session with a short video to get the juices flowing, and then open discussion and sharing.

 
FRIDAY
JAN 5
 
7:30

ARTIE KOENIG- ANTHONY WEINBERG- CHARLES CALOIA

 
SATURDAY
JAN 6

 
8pm OUTSIDE THE TEMPLE accompanies the artwork and woodwork of bandleader SAINT MAURICE PHILLIPS on exhibit at the Book Cafe this month. Six-piece band has reggae-ish original grooves and lyrically philisophical themes.
 

SUNDAY
JAN 7

 
2pm

CRAFTING CLOTH DOLLS with EVERET!
Women and older girls welcome to a FREE Workshop, supplies will be provided. Create simple handmade cloth dolls, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, for beginners and those who already love to craft.
Join me in another unique community art project! The dolls and the ideas they share will be documented and exhibited during 2018!
Organized by Everet/Creative Designer thedollsaya@gmail.com

 
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

TUESDAY
JAN 9

 
  6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

WEDNESDAY
JAN 10

 
  5pm

MARTIN LUTHER KING- Great thoughts from a heroic human being.
Images and speech recordings, video, followed by discussion.

 
THURSDAY
JAN 11
 
7:30 MID-MONTH OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, etc
 
FRIDAY
JAN 12
 
7-10

VINCE VOK and friends Julie Haag-poetry ,Youth Moose- music trio, Ray Brown-Singer Songwriter, Vincent Vok-Singer Songwriter

 
SATURDAY
JAN 13
 
1pm MEET-UP: BABY-WEARING INTERNATIONAL with Alisa
 
8pm MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN - vocalist Jim Ceribello, keyboardist Lou DiNatale, and bassist Roger Fiorentino perform original soulful arrangements of classic greats.

SUNDAY
JAN 14

 
2-5 WOMEN’S MARCH 2018 POSTER-MAKING WORKSHOP AT MAKERSPACE!
TUESDAY
JAN
16
 
  6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

WEDNESDAY
JAN 17

 
5-7 NAACP YOUTH HOLIDAY HANGOUT
 
7:30 HEART CIRCLE Meditation and imagineering on the New Moon. Using guided meditation, focused intention, and drumming we will cultivate the conditions for your wish to come true. Check it out!
THURSDAY
JAN 18

 
8:30 DAVID SEWARD Dance and song performance!
 
FRIDAY
JAN 19
7:30
7:30 PHOEBE BLUE AND THE MAKE BALEAVES
Opening set by comedienne ELSA WAITHE
 
SATURDAY
JAN 20
Washington D.C.- 2018 WOMENS MARCH
 
8pm LYNNE CLARK BAND Trio plays powerful original songs with spiritual themes.
 
9pm OUTSIDE THE TEMPLE final accompaniment of the artwork and woodwork of bandleader SAINT MAURICE PHILLIPS at the Book Cafe this month. Six-piece band has reggae-ish original grooves and lyrically philisophical themes.
 
SUNDAY
JAN 21
 
12:30

MEET-UP: SILVERLAKE CIRCLE

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
   
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
TUESDAY
JAN 23
 
6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

 
WEDNESDAY
JAN 24
 
7:30

PARANORMAL OPEN MIC 
    Taking turns sharing our experiences of the paranormal sort, with a supporting audience of interested neighbors. Come and check it out and maybe share a story from some part of your life.
    Ever meet a ghost, or had an out-of-body experience? Ever meet someone from another dimension, or visit an alternate reality? Telepathic experiences? Lucid dreams? Past life memories?
    "They call it paranormal because it doesn't fit into the standard mainstream scientistic paradigm of what is 'Normal'. Rather than accept that we don't completely understand yet how our reality works, we have created a sort of intellectual ghetto to put evidence of our incomplete understanding, where they can be 'safely' ignored. We have named that ghetto the PARANORMAL" -SWJD

 
THURSDAY
JAN 25

 
7pm ARTIST SLIDE NIGHT  Join us the 4th Thursday of every month to project and discuss digital images of artwork projected on the big screen. Each meeting offers the opportunity to receive feedback in a safe, supportive space with interested fellow artists. The event is partly curated, and partly open, so bring digital images of your work on a thumb drive, or other standard computer storage format such as DVD or website address.
 
FRIDAY
JAN 26
 
7:30 MOVIE: "PLANT PURE NATION" - Natasha Spearman-Isip hosts this film and discussion event.  “Plant Pure Nation” tracks how eating for health is up against powerful forces. If you have seen "Forks Over Knives”, you’ll wonder why this information is held hostage in America. This film shows why, and what you can do about it.
 
SATURDAY
JAN 27
 
12:30 MEET-UP: SPIRITUAL DISCUSSION ON PROBLEM SOLVING facilitated by Eckankar group
 
3pm

THE PUSHKIN SOCIETY in America presents
Tatyana's and Eugene's Day - Russian romances with a guitar, poetry readings in two languages, dedicated to the 185th anniversary of the Aleksander Pushkin's poem "Eugene Onegin" and exhibition of paintings by Eugeni Tonevitski.

 
7pm

OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC All creative modalities invited!
Sign-up starts when you arrive; 10 minutes max, including set-up and introduction time; musicians get to do 2 songs/pieces; We have a good PA system, extra amplifiers, also video projection if you want to share creative video, art images, or something from your website. We strive to help you shine as best we can.
The AUDIO of this Open Mic is live-streamed; there is a link on our website homepage at http://www.etgstores.com/ bookcafe/ , so tell your friends to listen up if they can't make it out to support you.
Come and share your gift at this unusual Open Mic on the last Saturday of every month, one of two monthly Open Mics at our venue. The other is the Mid-Monthly Open Mic on the Second Thursday of every month. ♥

SUNDAY
JAN 28

 
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
TUESDAY
JAN 30
 
6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

 
WEDNESDAY
JAN 31
 

6pm-
8pm

MEND WITH FRIENDS / SCRAP SWAP - Katie, Nan, and Andrea host this creative sewing circle of sharing. Bring your project to show, share tips and tricks, fun, relaxing hang-out.
 
 
 

MAY


FEATURED ARTIST: FAITH TORO
 
THURSDAY
FEB 1
 
7:30

BRAINSTORM discussion and art media:
THIS is an open session that discusses paradigm shifting changes in our world, including AI, robots, blockchain, ufo's, holographic universe, false-flags, fake news, portals through the wrinkles in time-space fabric, etc etc. Mind-expanding topics. We begin each session with a short video to get the juices flowing, and then open to discussion and sharing.
Come on over and join the fun.

 
FRIDAY
FEB 2
 
8pm

BOOK RELEASE: JULIE HAAG BENTSEN & THOMAS FUCALORO

 
SATURDAY
FEB 3

 
5pm

ART RECEPTION: FAITH TORO paintings, drawings and music

 



8pm

MUSIC: JIM INDELL folk maestro ; HOUSE OF CADRE philosophical rockers; CARL WURZBACH rock pop video star

 

SUNDAY
FEB 4

 
2pm CRAFTING CLOTH DOLLS
Women and Older Girls are invited to a FREE WORKSHOP
Create small simple handmade cloth dolls, supplies will be provided.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, for beginners and those who already love to craft.
Join me in another unique community art project!
Photos of the dolls with the ideas they share will be a documented and exhibited during 2018!
Organized by Everet/CreativeDesigner 917-447-7352 thedollsays@gmail.com
 
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

TUESDAY
FEB 6

 
  6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

 
THURSDAY
FEB 8
 
7-9 MID-MONTH OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, etc
 
FRIDAY
FEB 9
 

 

7:30 HOUSE OF CADRE - great local original band with philosophical lyrics, with a new album called STAND IN UNIVERE
 
8:30

ALL HANDS ON DECK (Rachel Isaacs, Noel Catti, Ed Jackson, Rick Peterson)

TUESDAY
FEB 13

 
  6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

WEDNESDAY
FEB 14

  SAINT VALENTINE'S DAY
 
  BLACK HISTORY MONTH:
MOVIE: "THE BLACK CANDLE"
Narrated by the poet Maya Angelou and directed by author and filmmaker M. K. Asante, The Black Candle is about the struggle and triumph of African-American family, community, and culture. The movie won the Africa World Documentary Film Festival 2009 award for best full-length documentary
This screening hosted by Janet G. Robinson, "the Kwanzaa Lady"!
 
THURSDAY
FEB 15
 
6:30 STATEN ISLAND WOMEN OF COLOR FORUM - Women who marched
 
FRIDAY
FEB 16
 
7:30 SINGER SONGWRITER SHOWCASE: Folk and Antifolk Quadruple-header with NICK LANTIGUA - CRAIG DONOVAN - JAKE BROWN - MALCOM HOYT
 
SATURDAY
FEB 17
 
  8:30

COMFORT CAT - Comfort Cat (Tami) performs in and around New York City, usually with a ukulele or violin. When she isn’t performing as her solo act, Comfort Cat, she’s playing in Neurofire or other projects. She’s from the Pacific Northwest, having first moving to New York for college, and has also lived and studied in the United Kingdom.

 
SUNDAY
FEB 18
 
12:30

MEET-UP: SILVERLAKE CIRCLE

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
   
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
TUESDAY
FEB 20
 
6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

 
THURSDAY
FEB 22

 
7pm ARTIST SLIDE NIGHT  Join us the 4th Thursday of every month to project slides of artwork. Each meeting offers the opportunity to present and discuss your work and receive feedback in a safe, supportive space with interested fellow artists. Bring digital images of your work on a thumb drive, or other standard computer storage format such as DVD or internet website.
 
FRIDAY
FEB 23
 
7:30 HARRY OPPENHEIMER- Applalacian Mountain Dulcimer
   
 
SATURDAY
FEB 24
 
12:30 MEET-UP: SPIRITUAL DISCUSSION ON PROBLEM SOLVING facilitated by Eckankar group
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC

SUNDAY
FEB 25

 
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
TUESDAY
FEB 27
 
6:30-
8:30

TUESDAY'S TEA FOR TWO - Buy any cup of tea (to stay, in our ceramic cups) and get a complimentary second cup for your friend or yourself.

 
WEDNESDAY
FEB 28
 
5pm

JANET G. ROBINSON BIRTHDAY
    The Kwanzaa Lady!

 
 
 

6pm-
8pm

MEND WITH FRIENDS / SCRAP SWAP - Katie, Nan, and Andrea host this creative sewing circle of sharing. Bring your project to show, share tips and tricks, fun, relaxing hang-out.
 
 
 
 

MAY


FEATURED ARTWORK : JOSIAH SHELTON and NATHAN JACQUEZ
SATURDAY
MAR 3

 
7:30 MUSIC: SI SONGWRITERS CIRCLE hosted by JIM INDELL
A community of Staten Island Singer/songwriters who mutually support each others creative process and promote the art of songwriting. This night is a showcase of original material by participants. Great talent in this network. Spend an evening with Staten Island's original Songwriters Circle . Singing song of love, hope and passion.
 

SUNDAY
MAR
4

 
2pm EVERET's CLOTH DOLL-MAKING WORKSHOP
 
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
 
3pm Marilyn And Diana's BOOK CLUB: Meeting once a month on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm. This first meetup of the group, we will decide which book we will read together, and talk about books :-) Please come and join us!
WEDNESDAY
MAR
7
 
  POSTPONED due to weather! MUSIC: DAN ABRAHAM is a four piece rock band from New York City. Rebel Blues, Vintage Folk, Nineties & Soul fuse with towering 4 part harmonies to create a restless noise, served in twilight, with the grit and spirit of their NYC forbearers (Lou Reed, Suicide, Mingus, Patti Smith, Run DMC, Talking Heads, Ramones). 
 
THURSDAY
MAR 8
 
7:30 MID-MONTH OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, etc
 
FRIDAY
MAR 9
 
7:30

SIAMS: BEATLES TRIBUTE 1

 
SATURDAY
MAR 10
 
7:30

SIAMS: BEATLES TRIBUTE 2

 
THURSDAY
MAR 15
 
7:30 HEART CIRCLE COMMUNITY DRUMMING. With Stvjns and others.
 
FRIDAY
MAR 16
 
8pm PEACE TRAIN
 
SATURDAY
MAR 17
  St Patrick's Day
   
   
    ART HAPPENING image projections, live music, live art.
 
SUNDAY
MAR 18
 
12:30

MEET-UP: SILVERLAKE CIRCLE

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
   
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
TUESDAY
MAR 20
  Vernal Equinox
12:15 Egg Balancing Fun
 
WEDNESDAY
MAR 21
 
5pm MOVIE: Janet Robinson presents a movie about WOMEN

 

 

6:30 NAACP: "KNOW YOUR RIGHTS" A Symposium for Youth, part 2
"Living to see another day" ... A youth's guide to safety and protection during police encounters at school, at home, or in public places, PART 2
GUEST SPEAKER: Sandeep Kandhari, Assistant Attorney-in-charge with the Legal Aid Society's Juvenile Rights Practice on Staten Island.
 
THURSDAY
MAR 22

   
   
 
7pm ARTIST SLIDE NIGHT  Join us the 4th Thursday of every month to project slides of artwork. Each meeting offers the opportunity to present and discuss your work and receive feedback in a safe, supportive space with interested fellow artists. Bring digital images of your work on a thumb drive, or other standard computer storage format such as DVD or internet website.
 
FRIDAY
MAR 23
 
7pm Bring school supplies to donate at this
CABARET & OPEN MIC: THE HOPE INITIATIVE -
These College of Staten Island Students are organized to send school supplies for students age 2-12 to Guinea in West Africa. Please bring something to donate.
JALIKA is the MC for this CABARET line-up and OPEN MIC. All methods of open-mic-performing are invited. See you there!
 
SATURDAY
MAR 24
 
12:30 MEET-UP: ECKANKAR : Spiritual discussion on PROBLEM SOLVING
 
7:30 MATT GAFFNEY :tunesmithing poet expresses his wonderful gifts, with guest singer JULIA SIMONIELLO
 
8:30

NEUROFIRE! Quintet

 
WEDNESDAY
MAR 28
 
7:30

PARANORMAL BRAINSTORM OPEN MIC 
Ever meet a ghost, or had an out-of-body experience? Ever meet someone from another dimension, or another world? Any significant telepathic experiences? Lucid dreams? Past life memories? Precognition? Come and tell your story, or just listen to others telling theirs. Share your thoughts in the discussions that happen. Fun! :-)
    "They call it paranormal because it doesn't fit into the standard mainstream scientistic paradigm we have decided is NORMAL. Rather than accepting that we don't completely understand yet how our reality works, we have created a sort of intellectual ghetto to put these experiences in, where they can be 'safely' ignored. We have named that ghetto PARANORMAL"

 
THURSDAY
MAR 29
 
7:30 MUSIC: AHMED SHAREEF BAND
 
FRIDAY
MAR 30
 
  V. VOK's VIDEO CARNIVAL : Videos by local artists and bands
SATURDAY
MAR 31
  PASSOVER / FULL MOON
 
3pm

THE PUSHKIN SOCIETY in America presents
Tatyana's and Eugene's Day - Russian romances with a guitar, poetry readings in two languages, dedicated to the 185th anniversary of the Aleksander Pushkin's poem "Eugene Onegin" and exhibition of paintings by Eugeni Tonevitski.

 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
 
 
 

MAY


FEATURED ARTWORK : KENNETH STARK paintings
 

SUNDAY
APRIL
1

  EASTER SUNDAY / APRIL FOOLS DAY
  OOoops! Book event cancelled. Back next month! . Marilyn And Diana's BOOK CLUB: Meeting once a month on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm. Please come and join us!
TUESDAY
APRIL
3
 
7pm MUSIC: LUCIA LIVE! Lucia Lalicata, aka Lucy, is a 7-year-old singer, songwriter, dancer and artist from Staten Island. Backed by her band, “Ya Gotta Start Somewhere”, Lucia will take you on a musical journey with her original songs as well as tributes in a number of genres, including: R&B, Funk, Jazz, Metal, Rock, Grunge, Folk, Hip Hop, & Country. There is a $2 suggested donation because Lucia loves owls and is raising money for the owl at the Staten Island ZOO. So come out, come out, where ever you are and see “LUCIA LIVE”!
 
THURSDAY
APRIL 5
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
7:30

BRAINSTORM Open dIscussion event
TONIGHT'S TOPIC: EXOPOLITICS, VISITORS, UFOs

Politics is the art/science of getting along with others, sharing place with others. Nations, neighborhoods, families. EXO- means outside of, and Exo-politics is the term for the art/science of getting along with people outside of our planet, with whom we share the galaxy, etc. Great topic! Come tune in and maybe even talk about it.

 
FRIDAY
APRIL 6
 
7:30

MUSIC: VINCE VOK; MATT WILSON; FONTANA BROTHERS

 
SATURDAY
APRIL 7
 
2-5 ART: Reception for KENNETH STARK new paintings. Colorful world of creative expression by a local Staten Island artist who contracted Parkinson's disease. Ken is movitated by how the physical process of painting slows the degenerative effects of his experience of Parkinson's.
 
7:30

TELEPATHIC MUSIC SERIES:MARK NILSEN & STEVE JONES
cooperative elektro-acoustical adventure with bass, guitar, homemade instruments, synth, percussion, voices and effects.

 
TUESDAY
APRIL 10
 
6:30

GROW-NYC VOLUNTEER TRAINING

 
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 11
  Sorry, no event tonight. But a nice hang-out space!
 
THURSDAY
APRIL 12
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
APRIL 13
 
7:30 FRANK GRAIL & the CERRILLOS RIVER BAND
 
8:30

CHRISTINA BRENNAN 16 year old singer/song writer from New York. She has 2 singles out on all streaming platforms and is currently working on a new project expected to be released late may with a pop, r&b, and alternative influences. 

 
SATURDAY
APRIL 14
 
7:30 ANTI-FOLK NIGHT:
Thomas Patrick Maguire
is Basement Folk singer from Woodside Queens. "My favorite new artist of the moment" - NPR's All Songs Considered
Kirk Kelly is an Antifolksinger, songwriter and labor activist from NYC and an SST recording artist.
Vincent T. Vok is a Staten Island folk singer and actor. He appeared as bartender in Paul Simon's One-Trick Pony.
 
SUNDAY
APRIL 15
 
12:30

MEET-UP: SILVERLAKE CIRCLE

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
   
2:30

MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB

 
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 18
 
4pm NARCAN TRAINING - MELSHA taeches how to use this life-saving tool
 
FRIDAY
APRIL 20
 
7pm MUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG and friends
 

SUNDAY
APRIL
22

 
 
11-5

ST GEORGE DAY 2018
Do you have an idea for a creation or action to bring to the festival?
Let organizers know so we can help you plug in.
Email or come to a St George Day Planning Meeting.
stgeorgeday@gmail.com


 
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 25
 
7:30

PARANORMAL BRAINSTORM OPEN MIC 
Ever meet a ghost, or had an out-of-body experience? Ever meet someone from another dimension, or another world? Any significant telepathic experiences? Lucid dreams? Past life memories? Precognition? Come and tell your story, or just listen to others telling theirs. Share your thoughts in the discussions that happen. Fun! :-)
    "They call it paranormal because it doesn't fit into the standard mainstream scientistic paradigm we have decided is NORMAL. Rather than accepting that we don't completely understand yet how our reality works, we have created a sort of intellectual ghetto to put these experiences in, where they can be 'safely' ignored. We have named that ghetto PARANORMAL"

 
THURSDAY
APRIL 26
 
7:30 ARTIST SLIDE NIGHT  Join us the 4th Thursday of every month to project slides of artwork. Each meeting offers the opportunity to present and discuss your work and receive feedback in a safe, supportive space with interested fellow artists. Bring digital images of your work on a thumb drive, or other standard computer storage format such as DVD or internet website.
 
FRIDAY
APRIL 27
 
8pm NANCY CORRIGAN & BORIQUA GUITAR POWER
High vibration music and songs by these masters.
SATURDAY
APRIL 28
 
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP

 
3-6 JOHN BOSTROM BIRTHDAY WHAMM-O 71
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : SANTO MAROTTA Cultural Icons
 
TUESDAY
MAY
1
 
2pm SANTO MAROTTA ART HANG
 
THURSDAY
MAY 3
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
7:30

BRAINSTORM Open dIscussion event
TONIGHT'S TOPIC: ARTIFICIAL HUMAN BEINGS aka ROBOTS

. Great topic! Come tune in and maybe even add your voice to the discussion.

 
FRIDAY
MAY 4
 
7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS: BOB FEST 1

 
SATURDAY
MAY 5
 
7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS: BOB FEST 2

 
SUNDAY
MAY 6
  MAD BOOK CLUB - Marilyn And Diana's BOOK CLUB: Meeting once a month on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm. "Please come and join us!"
 
2-5 IRISH TRAD SEISIUN - Founded by local favorites, Linda Hickman, Douglas Barr, and Bob Wright, and managed by Staten Island Arts Folklife, the Staten Island Seisiún offers musicians and music lovers an afternoon of music and shared camaraderie onstage and off. As per tradition, these open sessions are informal gatherings dedicated to the practice and performance of Irish traditional music unlike an ordinary concert. The Staten Island Seisiún brings together Staten Island’s own with great practitioners of traditional Irish music from the other boroughs and New Jersey, and is open to musicians of all levels and ages. All are invited to bring their own instruments and join in to expand repertoire and technique.

Traveling Notice: May 6th is the date of the Five Boro Bike Tour, and Bay Street may be closed in front of Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Neighborhood Stage. If you plan to drive, please check road closures. If street parking is challenging, there is nearby parking on Central Ave. at the St. George Garage. Public transportation to the venue includes: MTA Staten Island Railway to the Tompkinsville stop & Buses S46, 48, 51, 61, 62, 66, 74, 76, 78. The venue is a 15 minute walk from the Staten Island Ferry terminal.

Presented by Staten Island Arts!
 
  CRAFTING CLOTH DOLLS - Women and Older Girls are invited to a FREE WORKSHOP Create simple handmade cloth dolls, supplies will be provided. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, for beginners and those who already love to craft. Join me in another unique community art project! Photos of the dolls with thoughts you share will be exhibited during 2018! Organized by Everet/CreativeDesigner 917-447-7352 thedollsays@gmail.com
 
WEDNESDAY
MAY 9
 
7:30 ART: MELTING CLOCKS expressionistic experience with STVJNS DAUGHS and MARK NILSEN
 
8pm THEATER: "STUPIFIED" with JINGI. JINGI is a SPOLIN based improvisor. Although STUPIFIED is not a improvised piece it is a composition incorporating Spolin's object and space work and long form improvisational referencing ( Jeff Mchalski influence ) along with cinematic syntax which created this experimental performance piece.
 
THURSDAY
MAY 10
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
MAY 11
 
8pm MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN Masterful keyboard magic and vocal brilliance shine when these creative powerhouses re-interpret classic songs of peace and love from the higher vibration end of the pop-culture songbook of the 60s and 70s
 
SATURDAY
MAY 12
 
4-6 ART: Reception for SANTO MAROTTA new paintings..
 
7:30 JIM INDELLICATO
 
8:30 HALF MOON
 
SUNDAY
MAY 13
  MOTHERS' DAY
 
TUESDAY
MAY 15
 
7pm

3RD WAVE : "CULTURE EATS STRATEGY FOR BREAKFAST"
A presentation by BREUK IVERSEN

This slide show lecture covers an epic battle between the Baby Boomers (Industrialists) vs. the Millennials (Technologists) through the eyes of futurist, Alvin & Heidi Toffler (Future Shock). Over 200 images will be displayed showing HOW a game-changing Technology Revolution (aka 3rd Wave) is rapidly altering 300 years of the Industrialists perspective and control (paper money, magazines, news papers, books, retail stores, etc...), bite by byte. There is NOTHING ANYONE can do to STOP (Bitcoin, Facebook, AI, Deep Learning & Singularity) what is already happening, today, under your nostrils. There will be a Q&A at the end. 

 
THURSDAY
MAY 17
 
7pm MUSIC: D.D. SIMS: Passionate singer plays AutoHarp with Biblical songs
 
FRIDAY
MAY 18
 
 
8pm JOHN S. HALL in "SILK CUT"

Wikipedia states "John S. Hall is an American poet, author, singer and lawyer perhaps best known for his work with King Missile, an avant-garde band that he co-founded in 1986 and has since led in various incarnations."

On May 18th, he is traveling across the pond to ETG to play for you.
RB Korbet will join him on guitar.

$10 Admission @ door

 

 
SATURDAY
MAY 19
 
8pm JULIA SANE SIMONIELLO
Artful ghostly ambient voice and guitar and electronics.
 
8:30 HEGAZY The twin sisters OMNIA and LEILA perform exquisitely soulful harmonies, playful keyboard lines, dirty guitars, and catchy pop melodies.
 

SUNDAY
MAY
20

   
   
 
2pm MEET-UP:
SISC
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
 
TUESDAY
MAY 22
   
 
7-9

COME PLAY WITH US 
GAMES NIGHT
Scrabble, Chess, Checkers, Go,

 
WEDNESDAY
MAY 23
 
7:30

PARANORMAL BRAINSTORM OPEN MIC 
Ever meet a ghost, or had an out-of-body experience? Ever meet someone from another dimension, or another world? Any significant telepathic experiences? Lucid dreams? Past life memories? Precognition? Come and tell your story, or just listen to others telling theirs. Share your thoughts in the discussions that happen. Fun! :-)
    "They call it paranormal because it doesn't fit into the standard mainstream scientistic paradigm we have decided is NORMAL. Rather than accepting that we don't completely understand yet how our reality works, we have created a sort of intellectual ghetto to put these experiences in, where they can be 'safely' ignored. We have named that ghetto PARANORMAL"

 
THURSDAY
MAY 24
 
7:30 ARTIST SLIDE NIGHT  Join us the 4th Thursday of every month to project slides of artwork. Each meeting offers the opportunity to present and discuss your work and receive feedback in a safe, supportive space with interested fellow artists. Bring digital images of your work on a thumb drive, or other standard computer storage format such as DVD or internet website.
 
FRIDAY
MAY 25
 
7:30

LETTERS and MUSIC: TYLER LARSEN and AMANDA CROCE: Poetry, Music, and the magic that happens when they meet.
   A regular at the ETG open mics, Tyler and Amanda aim to impart as much feeling on the viewers as possible. With Tyler’s original spoken word poetry and Amanda’s heartfelt voice, Letters and Music is sure to leave an impression. With each art form a honest expression of love, loss, pain and joy... the combination is nothing short of amazing. So come and support local artists and artist spaces and we promise you will leave with no regrets. Hope to see you there!!!

SATURDAY
MAY 26
  MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
 
3-6 PUSHKIN SOCIETY with Boris and Victoria
RUSSIAN POETRY and MUSIC
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
 
 
SUNDAY
MAY 27
 
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP : BOOK "Conquering Fear"

 
TUESDAY
MAY 29
 
7-9

BACK TO THE OLD DAYS: Come and groove with DJ DAISY
in our record room; enjoy 33s 45s and 78s!
(all selections will be for sale)

 
WEDNESDAY
MAY 30
   
12:30 Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
 
THURSDAY
MAY 31
 
7:30 SMALL IS NECESSARY: SHARED LIVING ON A SHARED PLANET
   Researcher ANITRA NELSON, Associate Professor at the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University (Melbourne, Australia), and author of a new book on eco-collaborative living, "Small is Necessary: Shared Living on a Shared Planet" in discussion with DANCING RABBIT ECOVILLAGE, an ingenius scientific alternative-village-scale sustainable living project, robust and growing in rural northeast Missouri. They will talk via Skype about the real ways living together can make us environmentally sustainable by reducing our ecological footprint and increasing community cooperation. Anitra Nelson will be live on our stage and Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage will be live via Skype on our big screen, with a Q & A session to follow.

Eco-collaborative housing covers different forms of sharing from joint/shared households, to sharing land, communes, cohousing, squats and ecovillages. Low impact living and low carbon housing are top of the list for housing futures. Sharing can be more affordable, more convivial and more sociable.

Everyone is welcome to the conversation and discussion afterwards. Also Anitra's books will be available to buy at a discount and Anitra can sign copies.

 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : KRYSTAL FLOOD-AQUILINO photography
 
FRIDAY
JUNE
1
  Art Hanging Krystal Flood-Aquilino photo prints on aluminum.
Photographs inspired by "physical origins and intangible feelings disclosed to us by our one and only---Earth."
 
7:30 KARAOKE NIGHT - Sing a song! Don't be shy, come and sing out loud!
 
SATURDAY
JUNE 2
 
4pm BOOK: R.J. FOX "AWAITING IDENTIFICATION"   R.J. FOX is the author of “Love & Vodka: My Surreal Adventures in Ukraine” and “Tales from the Dorkside.”He is also an award-winning writer of short stories, plays, poems, and screenplays. He will share his novel "AWAITING IDENTIFICATION" Inspired by an article in the Detroit Free Press and set against the backdrop of a Devil’s Night party at legendary Detroit concert venue and nightclub, Saint Andrew’s Hall, Awaiting Identification details the final night on earth for five lost souls.
   
  MIND GUERILLAS cancelled
 
8pm "DISTANT LANDS" - GERA CLARK & TOM DUBAS songs and music with TONY GARNIER, JOHN BERTSCHE, STEVE JONES DAUGHS
 
SUNDAY
JUNE 3
3pm MAD BOOK CLUB - Marilyn And Diana's BOOK CLUB: Meeting once a month on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm. "Please come and join us!"
 
TUESDAY
JUNE 5
 
6:30 SIDA: HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 6
 
12:30 Ellen Lytle WRITING WORKSHOP
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 7
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 8
 
7:30 THE YELLOW
  
The Yellow is a baroque alternative duo with blues influence native to Staten Island, New York. They consist of Grove Rune on keys and vocals and Mark Maldonado on drums. Stylistically ranging from blues to progressive, and emotionally ranging from thoughtfulness to sarcasm with a dash of confusion.

The Yellow
instagram: theyellowthemusic
facebook: theyellowthemusic

 
 
9pm

DAVID
  Dance and song performance by DAVID SEWARD. in the genre of lady gaga et al

 
SATURDAY
JUNE 9
 
8pm THE NONYMOUS: a musical smorgasbord featuring TOMMY BONES, KRISTIN GONZALEZ, and special OTHERS! We can't wait!
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 13
 
7-9 HIP HOP OPEN MIC
Hosted by Chris Correa. Bring your beats, we got the tech!
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 14
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 15
 
7:30 MATT GAFFNEY: Deep poet songwriter
 
8:30 GWENDOLYN FITZ : The story of a musician who packed her life into two suitcases, grabbed her ukulele, and headed to NYC. Current project: making music videos showcasing the beautiful and interesting places of New York City.
 
SATURDAY
JUNE 16
  BLOOM'S DAY
 
7pm SI OUTLOUD: ULYSSES by JAMES JOYCE
Readings from ULYSSES selected by Beth Gorrie read by a host of characters; maybe you!
 
SUNDAY
JUNE 17
  FATHERS' DAY
 
TUESDAY
JUNE 19
  JUNETEENTH - commemorates the 1865 abolition of slavery in the state of Texas, and emancipation of enslaved African-Americans throughout the former Confederacy of the southern States.
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 20
 
6:30 PRIDE NAILS To celebrate LGBT Pride month we are inviting everyone to come and paint your nails with your favorite pride colors. Nail polish will be provided at no cost. This is a free event open to all ages. Hosted by Nathan Jacquez
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 21
  Summer Solstice
   
 
SATURDAY
JUNE 23
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP : BOOK "Conquering Fear"

 

SUNDAY
JUNE 24

 
2pm MEET-UP:
SI SONGWRITERS MEET-UP
Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually in the back of ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
 
TUESDAY
JUNE 26
7:30 GAMES NIGHT Scrabble, Checkers, Chess, plus “THE VILLAGING GAME” local inventors of this game share their creation which is about cooperative manifestation of a sustainable society. This game actually teaches a method of transforming society! And they want your input on this project. Come and try it out and give them your feedback.
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 27
 
12:30 Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 29
 
7:30 MIND GUERILLAS: STEVE JONES DAUGHS: Songs and sounds
 
8pm PANNACOUSTICUM: MATTHIAS ETTER’s 3-Dimensional Violin magic from Switzerland
SATURDAY
JUNE 30
  Richard Wonder; Geoff Coe Day
 
3pm Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop CLASS READINGS
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
   
   
 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK :
GROUP SHOW - Josiah Shelton; Flo Berry; Angelica Holiday; Nathan Jacquez
 
TUESDAY JULY 3
WEDNESDAY JULY 4
CLOSED
FOR HAPPY INTERDEPENDENCE DAY; RAINBOW GATHERING
 
THURSDAY
JULY 5
 
7:30

GOOD ALIEN ENCOUNTERS
We usually are asked to imagine evil invading aliens. But what about the majority of reports, those of benign or helpful alien encounters? Tonight let's look at a few of these.

8pm WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT ROBOTS?
Let's talk about our rapidly changing world. Open discussion moderated by Steve Daughs
 
FRIDAY
JULY 6
 
7:30

ARTIE KOENIG; CHARLES CALOIA; ANTONIO MANCILLA
each play sets on this night of song.

 
SATURDAY
JULY 7
 
7:30 SIAMS: TRIBUTE TO LINDA RONSTADT, JOHN PRINE, STEVE GOODMAN
 
SUNDAY
JULY 8
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
THURSDAY
JULY 12
 
7-9 SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc
 
FRIDAY
JULY 13
 
8pm PEACE TRAIN - Peace Train is a dynamic duo of world class performers on synthesizer (Lou DiNatale) and vocals (Jim Ceribello) who are often joined by one of their amazing musical friends such as Boriqua Guitar Power's Pupa Santiago. Peace Train plays songs from the 60s and 70s with their own very brilliantly creative arrangements. If you enjoy creative songs of peace from the dawn of the transformation age, you will want to check these folks out.
 
SATURDAY
JULY 14
 
8pm MUSIC: JOHN PURVIS TRIO - Hot jazz ensemble with John Purvis GUITAR, Pete Cummings BASS, Dave Moore DRUMS, Jeff Griffin SAX
 
SUNDAY
JULY 15
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 18
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
THURSDAY
JULY 19
 
7pm MERC- Maritime Education Recreation Corridor
Kelly Vilar facilitates this presentation and open forum on a community driven proposal: Maritime Education Recreation Corridor, formalizing NYC awareness of the ocean-related activities and history right here along the coastline of our neighborhood. Learn about and express your opinion about this grass roots initiative. Facilitated by Kelly Vilar
 
FRIDAY
JULY 20
 
7:30

CONROY AND THE PEDERSONS - Masters of Folk music

Bob Conroy, Norm Pederson and Jean Pederson - Masters of Folk music, sing originals and old-time works from Staten Island and the wide world. If you like folk music, you are sure to love this rare specialty.

 
SATURDAY
JULY 21
 
8pm S.I.SONGWRITERS on STAGE - Members of the Songwriters Circle perform their works on our stage tonight!
 
SUNDAY
JULY 22
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
TUESDAY
JULY 24
 
7:30 BOARD-GAMES NIGHT Scrabble, Checkers, Chess, plus “THE VILLAGING GAME” local inventors of this game share their creation which is about cooperative manifestation of a sustainable society. This game actually teaches a method of transforming society! And they want your input on this project. Come and try it out and give them your feedback.
 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 25
 
  NATHAN: PRIDE COMIX NIGHT - LGBT comic book artist, Nathan Jacquez, together with Cameron, present their queer comix art and a offer you a free workshop where you can make your own comic book, superhero, or 'zine. Materials freely provided!
 
THURSDAY
JULY 26
 
7pm WOMEN OF COLOR SPOKEN WORD and POETRY OPEN MIC
KIARA and MAYA host
theme:"Civic Engagement". Featured artists and Open Mic. If you share at the Open Mic, can you please include an expression on this topic of civic involvement? Thanks!!
 
FRIDAY
JULY 27
 
  FULL MOON NIGHT
7:30 The planets are in motion and we are riding the Lion forward.
Tonight we can join our positive intentions with a Drum Circle and a World Peace Meditation. With Michael O'Connell, Vala Dawn, and Steve Jones Daughs.
We will have numerous drums available for this session, so even if you do not have your own drum you can still be part of the intention setting event.
SATURDAY
JULY 28
12:30

ECKANKAR MEETUP : BOOK "Conquering Fear"

 
7-10 OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
  Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 10 min max.
   
 
SUNDAY
JULY 29
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : JOSIAH SHELTON ; RETO MORGER de OAXACA
 
FRIDAY
AUGUST 3
 
8pm MUSIC: FRANK GRAIL FACTION with Brian Regal. Acoustic progressive rock songs on 12-string guitar, keys, vocals
 
SATURDAY
AUGUST 4
 
8pm STEVE JONES DAUGHS music, songs & video art installation
 
SUNDAY
AUGUST 5
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
THURSDAY
AUGUST 9
 
7-9

SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC
  
Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC. 2 songs or 10 minutes max. After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another if time allows.

 
FRIDAY
AUGUST 10
 
8pm MAGIC & ILLUSION: BELIEVE IN FATE:

Prepare to suspend everything you know about reality. “Believe in Fate” is the prequel to the 2 man stage show produced by Robert Gorgoglione and Rey Fuentes.

A mix of magic and mind reading, “Believe in Fate” attempts to get you to question your everyday assumptions about life. Heck, maybe even change a few.

 
SATURDAY
AUGUST 11
 
3pm

FLOWER OF LIFE:
Introduction to spiritual geometry with RULER AND COMPASS.
   Geometer Michael Levy teaches you how to make spiritual geometrical figures using ruler and compass. All materials will be provided. Suggested donation $5-15
   Patterns naturally appear when connecting circles with a ruler and compass. The magical quality has inspired religious art from many different traditions. The algorithmic patterns are echoed in natural forms like snowflakes, microscopic diatoms, and flowers. If you are interested in arts, crafts, math, or science, or just looking for a way to relax, this will be a fun and rewarding activity. Materials will be provided.

Suggested Donation: $5 - $15

$5 chips in for expenses
$15 includes a donation for the instruction

 
7:30

MILTON HENRY TRIO with G. FUNK : Reggae and Blues, Rock and R&B

Many people will remember Milton Henry for his work in the 80's, after his migration to New York on the Wackies label with hits like "Come On And Rock With Me" featuring Clive Field Marshall , "Why The Fussing", and "Who Do You Think I am" and help define his career. A career that spans four decades, Miltons new releases for High Times International include "Let's Get Away" and "Injustice".

 
SUNDAY
AUGUST 12
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 15
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
FRIDAY
AUGUST 17
 
8pm HEARTLESS ARTICHOKES True visions expressed in song
9pm COMFORT CAT BAND Catnip flowering, bees expected. Songs with ukelele and friends
 
SATURDAY
AUGUST 18
 
2-5 STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS MEETUP : Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere.
 
8pm RICH PIEDRA - Rich Piedra is a singer songwriter who performs originals and cover songs.  His most recent CD is called "Love Fantasy" which consists of five high-energy guitar oriented rock songs.
 
9pm TOMMY TICK - Poet and absurd thespian
 
SUNDAY
AUGUST 19
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 22
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
THURSDAY
AUGUST 23
 
7:30 E.D.O.C. SPOKEN WORD OPEN MIC: presents LA PLUMA Y LA TINTA!
  Come down to the E.T.G Book Cafe for the Latinx Celebration! An evening of spirited Caribbean flavored Rap and incredibly talented, published Writers and Poets, that promises to be a night to remember! Don’t forget to bring your own work for the LIT OPEN MIC to follow the scheduled performers!
 
FRIDAY
AUGUST 24
 
8pm R & Z. A RE-MIX OF DREAMS
"Dreams have been rather intense lately. What should I do?"
Guitar (Vernon Reid), trombone (Peter Zummo), electronics kindle a marvelous flame.
SATURDAY
AUGUST 25
 
7-10

OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 10 min max.

Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC.
After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another, if time allows.

 
SUNDAY
AUGUST 26
  BOOK CAFE IS CLOSED SUNDAYS IN JULY & AUGUST
  Sorry for any inconvenience <3
 
TUESDAY
AUGUST 28
 
7:30 BOARD-GAMES NIGHT Scrabble, Checkers, Chess,
 
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 29
6-8

COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE TASTING
Manju from Equal Exchange comes to Staten Island for a TEACH-IN about Fair-Trade products!.
   The event will include sampling of EE Coffees and Chocolates. Come on by!

 
THURSDAY
AUGUST 30
 
7pm SHADES OF GREY 2: Women Of Color SPOKEN WORD
and OPEN MIC
Bring your socially conscious inspirations to share at this welcoming and supporting event. Hosted by KIARA and MAYA
 
FRIDAY
AUGUST 31
 
8pm KARAOKE Kevin Johnson and Katie McCarthy host and organize for YOU!!
 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : MALACHI McCORMICK / PAT DiCICCO
 
SATURDAY
SEPT 1
 
7:30 SIAMS: TIME IN SONG S.I. Acoustic Music Society tribute night event featuring 9 different performers and bands each playing 2 songs about TIME. Slideshow by Rob Landsman and FACTOIDS by Elle La Forge
 
THURSDAY
SEPT 6
  in MANHATTAN:
 
5:30

We Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice:
Now is the Time for Action!!
On Thursday, Sept 6, New Yorkers will gather to add our voices to national and global call for immediate, bold, effective approaches to Climate, Jobs, and Justice. On the eve of the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, we will take to the streets demanding that our local elected officials move beyond the nice talk and take the steps we know are needed to confront the climate crisis. (Actions in CA, throughout the U.S. and around the world are happening on Sept. 8th, but we did not want to conflict with the NYC Labor Day Parade being held that day so we're hitting the streets on Sept. 6th!)
5:30 PM, September 06, 2018
Manhattan
Battery Park, New York

 
FRIDAY
SEPT 7
 
8pm

ART AND WORDS: NYSAI MAGAZINE Event: Poetry, Artwork, Charisma
   This is NYSAI Press' 8th issue...and we are so excited to share and celebrate it with you. Come on down to ETG for some poetry, art, music and a little bit of mayhem, well more mantra than mayhem.

Gabriella Shlyakh
Mariana Goycoechea
David Lawton
Rachel Therres
John W. Snyder
Quera

Music by Phoebe Blue
Host: Eric Alter
Photography: The Kristopher Johnson

No cover
The magazine is $2

And we are going to try and include a small open mic under the theme of "I'm Sorry." What are you sorry about? This presidency? You stepped on your friend's hand? You just have a lot of guilt? Whatever you feel falls under this this theme. Please keep poems no longer than 2min.

 
SATURDAY
SEPT 8
   
   
 
3pm

FLOWER OF LIFE:
Introduction to spiritual geometry with RULER AND COMPASS.
   Geometer Michael Levy teaches you how to make spiritual geometrical figures using ruler and compass. All materials will be provided. Suggested donation $5-15
   Patterns naturally appear when connecting circles with a ruler and compass. The magical quality has inspired religious art from many different traditions. The algorithmic patterns are echoed in natural forms like snowflakes, microscopic diatoms, and flowers. If you are interested in arts, crafts, math, or science, or just looking for a way to relax, this will be a fun and rewarding activity. Materials will be provided.

Suggested Donation: $5 - $15

$5 chips in for expenses
$15 includes a donation for the instruction

 
8pm

Masters Of Jazz: TIPPLE TRIO : featuring Kevin Norton - composer, vibraphone, percussion ; Frode Gjerstad- Alto saxophone, clarinet and flute; David Watson- Guitar

 
TUESDAY
SEPT 11
 
7pm

"FALSE FLAGS" : Teach-in about this powerful and long-relied-upon military deception technique, used globally for centuries for political expediency.

From Wikipedia: A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

The term "false flag" originally referred to pirate ships that flew flags of countries as a disguise to prevent their victims from fleeing or preparing for battle. Sometimes the flag would remain and the blame for the attack be laid incorrectly on another country. The term today extends beyond naval encounters to include countries that organize attacks on themselves and make the attacks appear to be by enemy nations or terrorists, thus giving the nation that was supposedly attacked a pretext for domestic repression and foreign military aggression.

Operations carried out during peacetime by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, can (by extension) also be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organization behind an operation.

 
THURSDAY
SEPT 13
 
7-9

SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC
  
Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC. 2 songs or 10 minutes max. After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another if time allows.

 
FRIDAY
SEPT 14
 
7:30

MUSIC: HARRY OPPENHEIMER: Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer played by the master.

 
8:30

MUSIC: GWENDOLYN FITZ : Ukelele singer-songwriter from Austin, TX. Music Teacher by Day; Performer by Night

 
SATURDAY
SEPT 15
Today is WESTFEST Folk Festival at Westerleigh Park 11-7
 
8pm

MUSIC: OUTSIDE THE TEMPLE: Great original reggae-like sound with spiritual and philosophical themes.

 
WEDNESDAY
SEPT 19
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
FRIDAY
SEPT 21
 
8pm KARAOKE    It is so much fun to sing in a non-competitive, non-performance, just for the joy of it. Kevin Johnson is your host!!
 
SATURDAY
SEPT 22
 
4pm

BOOK : REBECCA MOORE FREY
"CREATURES I HAVE KNOWN AND LOVE"

(humorous short stories about animal & spirit interactions) by th author of "Scamily" (Horror/Fantasy, Paperback or HC) and "How to be Happy, No Matter What!" (Pop Psych/Self-Help, Large Handbook)
Also forthcoming from Ms. Frey: "Moonshell" (Sci-Fi/Film), "Star-Studded Stories" (Celeb Stories/Humor), "Shadows of a Dreamer" (vol.3)," In Defense of the President" (Drama), "PoetograFrey" (Poetry Overlay/Photos), "Me So Far" (Auto-Bio), "Alien Starchild" (Sci-Fi/Fantasy), "Encyclopedia of Music" (Collab/Hist), "In My Perfect World" (Socio-Pol Essays), "Suggestions for Society" (Inventions&Ideals), "Manners Matter" (Collab/Pop Psych), "Best Parties Ever!" (Coffee-Table Pop-Up Book), "Rebecca’s Righteous Recipes!" "Rebel’s Songbook" (vol.1)

 
7:30 JULIA SANE - Reverby, ghostly, ambient vocals, electronics and guitar. Love songs and more.
 
8pm MUSIC: HEGAZY - The twin sisters OMNIA and LEILA perform soulful harmonies, playful keyboard lines, dirty guitars, and catchy pop melodies. Good stuff!
 
TUESDAY
SEPT 25
 
7:30 BOARD-GAMES NIGHT Scrabble, Checkers, Chess, plus “THE VILLAGING GAME” local inventors of this game share their creation which is about cooperative manifestation of a sustainable society. This game actually teaches a method of transforming society! And they want your input on this project. Come and try it out and give them your feedback.
 
THURSDAY
SEPT 27
 
7:30 PARANORMAL OPEN MIC  Truth is stranger. Bring your stories.
 
FRIDAY
SEPT 28
 
7:30 TWO FRIENDS: MALACHI McCORMICK and PATRICK DeCICCO
This month's featured gallery artists will play keyboard and vibraphone music amidst a slideshow of details of their exhibited artworks. Enjoy this informal social event.
SATURDAY
SEPT 29
 
3-6 PUSHKIN SOCIETY in NY   Russian readings and music playings
 
7-10

OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 10 min max.

Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC.
After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another, if time allows.

 
SUNDAY
SEPT 30
 
2pm

"Memoires OutLOUD!"  
    Staten Island OutLOUD hosts this special event featuring original work by members of our Memoirs OutLOUD workshop.  
   A network news producer in Middle Eastern war zones.  An Islander who dove for clams off the shores of Eltingville.  An in-law who made Cruella DeVille look like Mother Theresa...   
And more stories ... 
   Real life.  By real Islanders.
    What stories would your memoirs reveal? 

 
 
 

 

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