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Inside the Book Cafe
inside the Book Cafe
Naja dancing
Singing Sadie and Al Duval
Red Rogue
Erica Banks and Franeika
Bryan and Marcy, Songs of Love and Protest
ZeroBoy
Crossfire Guitar Ensemble
PHOTOS BY JIM FULL

 

MAY


FEATURED ARTIST:

LABYRINTH COLLECTIVE

SATURDAY
APRIL 1
 
3pm

BOOK: TINA PANARIELLO "POLISHED"
The Daily News said: "LIFE, SHE NAIL'D IT"

 
7:30

MUSIC: THE BROTHERS WURZBACH- "IT'S NO JOKE"
  Another evening with the brothers Carl and George WURZBACH singing songs they wrote, songs they say they wrote, and songs they simply stole.
ALONE...TOGETHER
  "Carl Wurzbach is a songwriter who’s been forced to sing.  He found early success writing for others….getting covers by artists such Linda Clifford, Jimmy Caster, and Liquid Pleasure.  The latter's 1976 single “Take a Little Love” was nominated by Billboard magazine as disco single of the year….no sh*t…. Carl got sober and got a real job mixing music and shows at Celebrate Brooklyn, Broadway, and eventually BAM where he ran their opera house audio for 20 years.  He returns to the other side of the mic after a 35 year hiatus, confused and puzzled by the values of this strange planet he now performs on…an analogue guy in a digital world, his motto “ a little rock, a little roll, and a rather unfocused gaze” makes you wanna check him out at EDBlues.com doesn't it?  George Wurzbach [Carl's brother] is a multi-award winning songwriter from Brooklyn. He's a native; born, raised and residing in.  Perhaps this is why his music has a sort of 'attitude'. A uniqueness that is reflected in the number of artist songwriters who have recorded them including, Tom Paxton, The Kingston Trio, David Wilcox, Bob Malone, Kevin Briody, David Ippolito, John McNally, Hot Soup, Seamus Kennedy, and many others.  His recent work with Paxton was featured on the 2009 Grammy nominated album Comedians and Angels.  'There is a kind of laid-back smart-aleckness where one has to sit back, slack-jawed with awe. It’s his tone that gives the listener the impression of George as a bemused watchful observer. The ever-astonishing comedy of human errors is his playground.  Gentle, mocking humor, often directed at himself, is his palette.'- Richard Cuccaro, Acoustic Live Magazine.  After his selection as a Kerrville New Folk Award winner in 1995 George formed the music comedy trio Modern Man with David Buskin and Rob Carlson earning a BackStage Magazine Bistro Award and several MAC Award nominations while frightening many innocent people. And as a musician, George works in NY as a sideman and session player, and occasionally as pianist on stage with Melanie.  When not not performing, George serves as a full time Professor at Monmouth University where he teaches music theory & composition."

 
TUESDAY
APRIL 4
 
12-5 PARTNERS IN CARE - JOB FAIR!
Free home-health-aid training and employment
 
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 5

 

 

5-8

MEET-UP: SOUP TIME
A community discussion get together hosted by JANET G. ROBINSON

 
FRIDAY
APRIL 7

 
5pm NYC Parks Dept presents
GAME SHOW!
(similar to Family Fued on TV)
 
  7:30 SIAMS TRIBUTE SHOW TO CARL CROCE
 
This event will feature various musicians, from New Jersey and Staten Island, who have played with Carl.  It will feature Carl's favorite songs, from the genres of folk, country, and jazz.
   
 

SATURDAY
APRIL 8

 
  7:30 ALL HANDS ON DECK!

SUNDAY
APRIL 9

 
2:30

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

TUESDAY
APRIL 11
 
  7pm AMELIA and JASMINE
  Join singer-songwriters Amelia and Jasmine for a night of soulful original music. Come through to watch them perform both as a duo and independently! Their music ranges from singer-songwriter, to jazz, to pop, and more! Check out Amelia's Soundcloud below for a preview: https://soundcloud.com/ameliam urray-1
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 12

 
  7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
FRIDAY
APRIL 14

 
7:30 MUSIC: RADIUM DIAL
Trio from the hills of Stapleton plays original songs of loss and longing.
 
8:30 POET: FEDELINE
 Born in Brooklyn in 1981, Fedeline Charles is a first generation Haitian-American. Orphaned by the age of three, Fedeline lived her youth consumed with abuse, resentment and abandonment. Writing became her outlet, however after getting pregnant at the age of twelve, she would put down the pen, in order to go on the journey of her life.  By the age of fourteen she’d signed herself into the New York Foster Care system. Once in foster care on Staten Island, Fedeline would find love and acceptance which allowed her to picked up the pen again.  Fedeline Charles is the mother of five, a spoken word artist, and writer.  As her passion for writing continues to blossom she shares her first book of poetry “WORDS LEFT UNSPOKEN” with the world.
     
SATURDAY
APRIL 15
 
  7:30 MUSIC & DANCE: VINCE VOK; PHOEBE BLUE and the MAKE BALEAVES; DAVID SEWARD
     
SUNDAY
APRIL 16
 
  YES WE ARE... OPEN FOR HAPPY EASTER
     
SATURDAY
APRIL 22
11am -5pm

St George Day Festival

EARTH DAY AND ARTS CELEBRATING COMMUNITY AND DRAGONS
at Tompkinsville Park near the Staten Island Ferry

FEATURING:
Dragon Parade; Music Stage; Spoken Word Garden;
PEACE POLE CEREMONY; Earth Day Elementals; Xiaolin Dragon Dance; SICCS Cheerleaders and Honors Dancers; Comfort Cat; James Lane Songs of Peace; Matt/Ahmed/Bill/Ngawang; Zeroboy the Human Cartoon; Phoebe Blue and the Make Baleaves; Wagner HS Marching Band; Yoga Moment; Creation Dance Collective; Hegazy; Tom Padavano Comedy Out-Patient; Joan Caddell Midnight Choir; SI OutLOUD’s THE LITTLE PRINCE; Roger Ahern THE LORAX; NYSAI Magazine poets and writers; SICC Spoken Word; Vince Vok’s OPEN MIC; Free Bike Repair; Ask the Answer Men; Free Face-painting; Deep Tanks Photo Booth; Eric Garner Memorial; SI Info; Art Around the Park; NYC Compost Project; Grow NYC Greenmarket; Urban Park Rangers; Wandering Minstrals; Guerilla Dance happenings;
and MUCH MORE

AN ALL- VOLUNTEER LABOR OF LOVE
"Resiliency through Sharing; Cooperation; Creative invention;
Forgiveness; Working together to resolve conflicts;
Discovering our commonality; "Enemies" become Allies.
Showing up and joining in!"

Please contribute to the crowd-funding
that powers this unique festival!
click here
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SUNDAY
APRIL 23
 
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
APRIL 25

 

 

 

7pm INDIVISIBLE ISLAND
Indivisible Island: holding elected and appointed officials accountable for protecting the rights of all people. http://fb.me/IndivisibleSI
     
WEDNESDAY
APRIL 26
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
 
7:30 HUEY JONES AND BOB CONROY : Folk maestros
     
FRIDAY
APRIL 28
 
6pm THE SKYLIGHT BAND
 
8pm HARRY OPPENHEIMER APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN DULCIMER
     
SATURDAY
APRIL 29
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
     
 




 

MAY


FEATURED ARTIST:

MEGHAN JOSEPH and ALAN AVIDANO

THURSDAY
MAY 4
 
7:30

MUSIC: COMFORT CAT

 
8pm

MUSIC: GRASSROOTS HARMONY

 
FRIDAY
MAY 5
 
7:30 MUSIC: SIAMS presents BOB DYLAN day 1
 
SATURDAY
MAY 6
 
7:30 MUSIC: SIAMS presents BOB DYLAN day 2
 
TUESDAY
MAY 9
 
12-5 PARTNERS IN CARE - JOB FAIR!
Free home-health-aid training and employment
WEDNESDAY
MAY 10
 
  7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
 
FRIDAY
MAY 12
 
8pm MUSIC: CROSSFIRE- Dennis Malenfant guitar ensemble
 

SATURDAY
MAY 13

 
3pm SI OutLOUD!: "ONE BOOK, ONE NY" Passages from AMERICANAH
 
  8pm MUSIC: CADRE

SUNDAY
MAY

 
2:30

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

WEDNESDAY
MAY 17
 
  7pm MUSIC: RAY LOWELL -guitarist plays Yes and more
WEDNESDAY
MAY
 
  7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
FRIDAY
MAY 19
   
8pm MUSIC: DAVID JACOBSEN
   
9pm MUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG
     
SATURDAY
MAY 20
   
7:30 MUSIC: STVJNS DAUGHS
   
8pm MUSIC: GERA CLARK & T.M DUBAS
     
SUNDAY
MAY
   
   
WEDNESDAY
MAY 17
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
 
  7:30 MUSIC: IL PARADISO DEGLI ORCHI -Touring Italian progressive rock band plays ETG. With Sven Jørgensen, Patty Valsecchi, Michele Sambrici, Andrea Corti, Giacomo Piazza, Andrea Calzoni, Aldino Morya Bonanno. Don't miss them!
   
FRIDAY
MAY 26
 
8pm MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN
SATURDAY
MAY 27
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
     
SUNDAY
MAY 28
   
   
 
   
   
     
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