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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 ARTISTS:

LABYRINTH COLLECTIVE
SWAN DAY



 
WEDNESDAY
MAR 1

 

 

 

4pm

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

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

THURSDAY
MAR 2

 
6:30

MEET-UP: WOMEN OF COLOR FORUM
Hosted by TAMMY GREER-BROWN

FRIDAY
MAR 3

 
7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS presents BEATLES TRIBUTE day 1

SATURDAY
MAR 4

 
2-3pm TIBETAN SINGING BOWLS - with DEBBIE BREGMAN
 
7:30 MUSIC: SIAMS presents BEATLES TRIBUTE day 2

TUESDAY
MAR 7

6pm


THE ARTIST'S WAY WORKSHOP

hosted by JACLYN SHAW

The Artist’s Way is one of the bestselling gift books of all time. It has many useful tools in it that help to lift the shame we experience as we live on the artistic path. The processes in the book help to rekindle our relationship with ourselves and promote individuality as we seek our own unique path.
We will be doing bi weekly workshops for it's 12 step program for unblocking artists.

Purchase book here:
http:// juliacameronlive.com/ books-by-julia/

NATIONAL WOMEN'S STRIKE    "A DAY WITHOUT A WOMAN"

WEDNESDAY
MAR
8

 
7pm

PUPA SANTIAGO and NANCY CORRIGAN
joining forces with for an evening of music!

 

 

4pm-8

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

THURSDAY
MAR 9

   
7:30 $10 ADMISSION    MOVIE: "THE BRAINWASHING OF MY DAD"
A filmmaker examines the rise of right-wing media through the lens of her father, whose immersion in it radicalized him and rocked the foundation of their family. She discovers this political phenomenon recurring in living rooms everywhere, and reveals the consequences conservative media has had on families and a nation.
ASPECT RATIO FILM FESTIVAL hosts.
 

FRIDAY
MAR 10

 
7:30 MUSIC: NANI FM & JULIA SANE
 
 
8:30 MUSIC: MY GIRL MY WHISKEY AND ME

SATURDAY
MAR
11

 
3pm 1926 - FIRE MAGAZINE
Historian JIMMY WRIGHT presents HARLEM RENAISSANCE
 
7:30

MUSIC: OUTSIDE THE TEMPLE
Philosophical Reggae

SUNDAY
MAR 12

 
2:30

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

WEDNESDAY
MAR 15

 

 

4-8

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

 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
THURSDAY
MAR 16

 
7:30 MUSIC: STVJNS DAUGHS
Songs of Peace

FRIDAY
MAR
17

  ST PATRICK'S DAY
 
8pm MUSIC: SIAMS presents IRISH MUSIC NIGHT

SATURDAY
MAR 18

 
8pm MUSIC: Staten Island SONGWRITERS CABARET

SUNDAY
MAR 19

 
12:30

MEET-UP:
SILVERLAKE CIRCLE MEDITATION

 
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
MAR
21

6pm

THE ARTIST'S WAY WORKSHOP
hosted by JACLYN SHAW

The Artist’s Way is one of the bestselling gift books of all time. It has many useful tools in it that help to lift the shame we experience as we live on the artistic path. The processes in the book help to rekindle our relationship with ourselves and promote individuality as we seek our own unique path.
We will be doing bi weekly workshops for it's 12 step program for unblocking artists.


Purchase book here:
http:// juliacameronlive.com/ books-by-julia/

WEDNESDAY
MAR 22

 

 

4-8

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

 
  THE SCIENCE OF THE 9-11 TOWER COLLAPSES
6-9pm RICHARD GAGE, Architect, AIA presents the physical scientific research by thousands of ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS for 9-11 TRUTH who are asking for an honest official investigation of the events of that day.
THURSDAY
MAR 23

 
 

POSTPONED!: POETRY HAPPENING
The poet JHERELLE BENN hosts an gathering of poetical liveliness.

FRIDAY
MAR 24
 
7pm ART CELEBRATION: LABYRINTH COMMUNITY: SWAN DAY
SATURDAY
MAR 25
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
SUNDAY
MAR 26
 
3pm Staten OutLOUD presents THE LITTLE PRINCE
With PHOEBE BLUE and VICENT VOK

WEDNESDAY
MAR 29

 

 

 

7pm INDIVISIBLE ISLAND
Indivisible Island: holding elected and appointed officials accountable for protecting the rights of all people. http://fb.me/IndivisibleSI
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
THURSDAY
MAR 30
 
7pm MUSIC: AHMED & NGAWANG
$5 admission
FRIDAY
MAR 31
 
5pm NYC Parks presents WOMEN'S HISTORY GAME SHOW
 
7:30 MUSIC: DAVID JACOBSEN- "BEGIN THE CHAGRIN"
 
8:30 MUSIC: COMFORT CAT
Comfort Cat is a songwriter who lives in a place and is interested in things. She may or may not be part human and her music has been described as "luminous" and "delightfully negative." If you want to know more, she'll probably tell you.
website: http://comfortcat.xyz
album: https://comfortcat.bandcamp.com/
 

 

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
     

SATURDAY
APRIL 8

 
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