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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
Zero Boy the Human Cartoon
Crossfire Guitar Ensemble
PHOTOS BY JIM FULL

 

MAY


FEATURED ARTIST:

NICIE PORIS & RACHEL LYNGHOLM

 
FRIDAY
JUNE 2
 
7pm DOCUMENTARY: THE HEALTHCARE MOVIE
ETG Book Cafe presents a documentary screening of the acclaimed highly informative movie narrated by Kiefer Sutherland that explains why the US and Canadian Healthcare systems that started out the same ended up so completely different. Discussion to follow.
 
SATURDAY
JUNE
3
 
7:30 MUSIC: SIAMS: SGT PEPPERS 50th ANNIV! The SNUGS play the album with a little help from their friends: Lou Russo, Al Sklar, Jenica Elese Washington, Tony Prevosti, Terry Russo; PLUS GUESTS Stvjns Daughs, Car-el Wurzbach and Ozra Yazdani.
 
 
WEDNESDAY
JUNE
7
 
  7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 8
 
8pm BURLESQUE: DAVID! Music and dance performance. Short and sweet.
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 9
 
7pm JUST FRIENDS - Ahmed Shareef's birthday Ensemble
Every genre (rock, world, rap, etc) with rhythm of synthesizer keyboard and 2 lead guitars. Staten Island's Ahmed Shareef from Iraq is joined by 2 native Islanders, Eric Ransom, and Frank Sintoua
 

SATURDAY
JUNE 10

 
 
  8pm MUSIC: CRAIG DONOVAN; NICK LANTIQUA
Craig Donovan
is a singer/songwriter/guitarist originally from New York City, who now hails from the Washington, DC area.
Nick Lantigua is a NYC based Banjo playing singer-songwriter blending progressive bluegrass picking with bits of indie folk, psychedelia and much more.

SUNDAY
JUNE 11

 
2:30

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

 
TUESDAY
JUNE 13
 
  PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND Board Meeting
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 14

 
  7pm OPEN WORD: POETRY NIGHT and JAZZ records on the sound system... hosted by JANET G. ROBINSON
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 15
  [ SI Arts presents LUMEN8 at the Urby center, celebrating 7 years of their LUMEN video and performance art festival.]
 
FRIDAY
JUNE 16

 
7pm THEATER: LARRY'S WOMEN
A series of Original Female Monologues
Written & directed By Lawrence F. Schwabacher.
Starring Eileen Bardel, Milenka Berengolc, Margaret Chase, Brook Haramija, Elaine Pollock, Viv Vassar & Molly Esther Wilson
     
SATURDAY
JUNE 17
 
7:30 MUSIC: CAROLINE CUTRONEO & JAMES BRENNAN
 
9pm MUSIC: HALF MOON - Rockabilly with MORTY JACOBI, SCOTT CADELL, SAL AZARELLI, JOAN CADELL
     
SUNDAY
JUNE 18
 
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
JUNE 20
  happy birthday!
   
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 21
  SUMMER SOLSTICE!       MAKE MUSIC NEW YORK day
1:30

Leo Redna:
Electronic Experimental

Chill Electronic music using real instruments in the recording processes as well as synthesizers which gives more of a human touch instead of a robotic feel. My music is easy to move to with nothing ear piercing or annoying. My music is not yet released, but they will definitely be by the time the day comes to perform. Currently i have over an hour of material to perform .

 
3:30

Stvjns Daughs
Drumming, Voice, Electronics

A musical prayer for peace on the Summer Solstice with drumming, poetic voice, compositions and experimental sounds.

To be followed by a DRUM CIRCLE that you can join

 
6:30

Sergio Napoletano
Singer/Songwriter
Indie-Rock

After years spent perfecting his craft as a guitarist for some of the most notable acts to come out of Staten Island's rich and diverse local music scene(Paul & The Tall Trees, Pablo, Heaux, Heroes and Villains), as well as becoming a fixture at various acoustic/open-mic showcases, singer/songwriter Sergio Napoletano has found his stride....and his band. With an enormous support group of musicians/friends, the band doesn't just play songs but creates atmosphere. As a live act, the band can go from light and airy to gritty and tight, sometimes trading in their sweet polished sound for a more clunky indie-rock vibe which often demonstrates the real strength of their music: concise, well written songs and undeniable musical chemistry.

 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
 
THURSDAY
JUNE 22
 
7pm DOCUMENTARY: NOW IS THE TIME: Healthcare For Everybody
"Now is the Time" takes a hard look at our current health care system and the barriers to enacting Medicare for All. And it examines how, through the renewed passion for collective action we can break through those barriers and finally achieve truly universal coverage. Will NY State beat California to enacting a State-wide Universal Health Care? Call your Senator and express your opinion now.
FRIDAY
JUNE 23
 
7:30 MUSIC: STVJNS DAUGHS Electro Folk and channelled sounds

 

8:30

MUSIC: PANACOUSTICUM- from Switzerland Matthias Etter

Swiss violin virtuoso spins tapestries with his electronic looping system.

SATURDAY
JUNE 24
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC Open mic with projector for your videos. 10 min max.
WEDNESDAY
JUNE 28
 
7pm MUSIC: BORIQUA GUITAR POWER & NANCY CORRIGAN
THURSDAY
JUNE 29
 
7pm MUSIC: RADIUM DIAL
FRIDAY
JUNE 30

 
8pm MUSIC: LYNNE CLARK
 
9pm MUSIC: CHARLIE U
 

MAY


FEATURED ARTIST:

WINDY NICELY Photographs

 
SATURDAY
JULY 1
 
7pm NYC STORYTELLING FESTIVAL
This Storytelling event is an Open Mic
. Anyone is welcome to show up and take part . We welcome personal stories, legends, folk tales 5 to 12-15 mins long. We only ask that storytellers be respectful of the audience. You also can reserva a spot by emailing me at RNSX2Jm (at) MSN.COM 
 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 5

 
  7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
 
THURSDAY
JULY 6

 
  7pm DANCE-SONG: DAVID
 
FRIDAY
JULY 7
 
7:30

MUSIC: OTHERWISE: QUEER SCHOLARSHIP INTO SONG
    Conceived and directed by Kay Turner and featuring Viva DeConcini and Mary Feaster, OTHERWISE: Queer Scholarship into Song takes the form of a musical review featuring the unconventional transformation of recent queer scholarship into original songs performed for your enjoyment and enlightenment!! Lyrics are arranged from the works of participating scholars including Ann Cvetkovich, Christina Crosby, Heather Love, José Muñoz, Tavia Nyongo, and more. Lessons are “otherwise” learned when at home, you find yourself humming an academic tome!! 
   Find out MORE about OTHERWISE at www.csgsnyu.edu/otherwise

 
SATURDAY
JULY 8
   
  BOOKSIGNING: MARALYN BURGE
 
  "LIFE'S LESSONS" with TINA PANARIELLO

SUNDAY
JULY 9

 
2:30

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

 
TUESDAY
JULY 11

 
  7pm MEET-UP: Peace Action Staten Island-meeting
 
FRIDAY
JULY 14
 
8pm MUSIC: DON BARAGIANO Master guitarist, who's band Hejira played here a few years ago, jams compositions with his electronic accompanist.
 

SATURDAY
JULY 15

   
 
    SIAMS MUSIC: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN / BOB SEEGER Tribute night
     
SUNDAY
JULY 16
 
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.
WEDNESDAY
JULY 19

 
  7pm

SPECIAL: UNDERSTANDING 9-11 : Truth is the path to peace, and deep change.
   It's been a bizarre year for American politics, including in the realm of 9-11 investigation.
   Join two leading NYC peace activists, Les Jamieson and Sander Hicks, as they present and lead a discussion on the recent developments toward understanding the events of 9-11.
   Last July, a historic effort to achieve transparency on key 9/11 evidence culminated in the declassification of 28 pages from the Congressional Joint Inquiry report on 9/11. This was followed by a dramatic passage of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). These two developments cleared the way for law suits targeting sources of funding for the attacks to move forward after years of being stuck in limbo. Now clear insights into the relationship between the Bush family and Saudi royal family, the 9/11 money trail, the geopolitics of the U.S./Saudi government, and role of the Deep State are visible like never before. Now the 9/11 wars abroad and loss of civil liberties at home can be seen as part of a covert agenda for empire which the 9/11 “new Pearl Harbor” event triggered. Come learn how this area of evidence has proven so strong that Congress was compelled to take action. Included will be an overview of the diverse areas of scholarly research compiled over 16 years. We will also discuss the need for continued vigilance as well as potential for great progress in this new stage of 9/11 justice activism.

Speakers: Les Jamieson, Sander Hicks

 

FRIDAY
JULY 21

8pm
  MUSIC: RUSTY & JAN & Friends
     
SATURDAY
JULY 22
8pm
  MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN -
   
   
WEDNESDAY
JULY
   
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
FRIDAY
JULY
   
   

 

 

 

SATURDAY
JULY 29
       
3pm BOOK: "HOW TO BE HAPPY, NO MATTER WHAT"
Author REBECCA MOORE FREY reads from her work.
    "My goal is to share some down home wisdom about living well, regardless of circumstance, and freeing yourself to become the person you truly want to be. Self-love is the answer."
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
   
  MEET-UP: CITY COUNCIL Candidate PHILLIP MARIUS invites you to a "TOWN HALL" meeting here tonight, where you can test the thinking of this neighbor who wants to do political work for our island's North Shore community. "Phil Marius is a millennial Bernie Sanders-inspired progressive Democrat running for New York City Council on the North Shore of Staten Island." He is one of three local Staten Islanders who are competing to become the North Shore's City Council member, the other candidates being neighbors Debi Rose and Kamillah Hanks.
FRIDAY
JULY

   
   
   
   
 




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