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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

 
OCTOBER 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


JEFF MASON Photographs!


 

FRIDAY
OCT 3
8pm PUNDITRY: VIDIOTS Pundit hosts WOBBLE and FUBAR examine and discuss video clips reflecting: Trillions; Denver UFOs; Evil robots; Dick Cheney; Fracking; Star Trek and more.
9pm MUSIC: PAUL DeFAZIO "Classic Rewind" Guitar singer DeFazio shares some music he loves to play.
SATURDAY
OCT 4
7:30

Bob Conroy and Norm Pederson
MUSIC:BOB CONROY & NORM PEDERSON Traditional American Folk tunes plus originals by 2/3 of the dynamic trio STOUT

FRIDAY
OCT 10
 
7:30 African Diaspora
SPOKEN WORD: READINGS OF AFRICAN DIASPORA
Tyehimba Jess hosts this special reading event with authors from around the world, come to S.l. for the College of Staten Island international conference.
SATURDAY
OCT 11
3pm
Jeff Mason photographs
ART SHOW:"ABANDONED"
Photos by Jeff Mason.
"The mystery of the dark and unoccupied, the heartbreak of forgotten souls, the beauty in the decayed."
-Featuring new live music by the "SNUGS" (Terry & Lou Russo, Jenica Koon, Joe Lipton).
8pm

March with Selma
SI OUTLOUD: MUSIC & WORD: "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD"    Beth Gorrie hosts and coordinates readings and more from this classic novel by Harper Lee. We’ll read & discuss excerpts from the novel, together with texts concerning some of the flashpoints in the American civil rights movement that Mockingbird helped catalyze. For example, we’ll feature two new books about the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act in honor of its 50th anniversary.
    We’ll consider the 60th anniversaries of the death of Emmett Till, and of the U. S. Supreme Court’s historic school desegregation decision. We’ll also explore texts concerning the Scottsboro Boys, which partly inspired the courtroom chapter in “Mockingbird”. 
   MUSIC: Joan & Gary Moore, with special guest Jeannine Otis, will perform music of the American Civil Rights movement, which underscored key events that coincided with the publication of “To Kill a Mockingbird”.
Mockingbird

FRIDAY
OCT 17
7pm EDOC
POETRY BKLYN STATEN ISLAND LIVE: TONY GALLICA and others EDOC poet Gallica curates this poetry event with writer performers from Staten Island and Brooklyn.
9pm

Old Lost John
MUSIC: From Sweden, folk singer OLD LOST JOHN Mystical folk from ancient lands.

SATURDAY
OCT 18

8pm

Phoe Blue ANTI FOLK SI
MUSIC: PHOEBE BLUE presents ANTI-FOLK-I-NESS
featuring NUMEROUS HUMAN Singer Songwriters of the Anti-Folk persuasion DOING IT LIVE on stage.

Original music by:

-The Bones & the Bee (rare appearance of magical duet of HB West singing poems while Tommy Bones soothes you with bass)

Phoebe Blue & The Make Baleaves (you probably heard of these serious silly gooses)

Jesse Cannonball Statman (he's a black labrador retriever)

American Anymen (upright bass n acoustic guitar duet , singing smart stuff in a easy on the ears kinda way, while images on projector screen provide eye candy)


SUNDAY
OCT 19
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
MEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
Anyone interested in creating original music is welcome to join us. 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. Check their facebook page for more info
FRIDAY
OCT 24
 

CANCELLED - !!!
TEEN OPEN MIC: KALEIDOSCOPE
Hosts RYAN and DARCELL and JEBEDIAH from Curtis HS are hosting the great TEEN OPEN MIC here at ETG: All teens are invited to present their talent.

 

CANCELLED -
postponed to Friday Dec 19th

Queen Mother ImakhuPERFORMANCE:
QUEEN MOTHER IMAKHU
in AFROHEMIAN CHRONICLES
http://www.queenmotherimakhu.info/

Queen Mother Imakhu

SATURDAY
OCT 25
3pm Building Co-operative Power
AUTHOR: "BUILDING COOPERATIVE POWER: STORIES AND STRATEGIES FROM WORKER CO-OPERATIVES " with co-editor MICHAEL JOHNSON. This book visits a great variety of co-ops in the Connecticut River Valley region, and discusses their successes and problems unflinchingly. "A must read for anyone who wants to take back the economy for people and the planet!"
7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!
NOVEMBER 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


Stevie Ray Soloway Landscape Photographs
Alex Jeltov Ocean Paintings


SATURDAY
NOV 1
7:30 Cadre
MUSIC: CADRE: CD Release - "HOUSE OF CADRE"
9pm Rudy Simone
MUSIC: RUDY SIMONE "Burn The Witch" Tour
From western NY!

TUESDAY
NOV 4
5pm BOOK AUTHOR: MernaLyn DIET DIVA "The 10-Second Diet"MernaLyn
FRIDAY
NOV 7
7:30 Music Circle
MUSIC: Staten Island SONGWRITERS CIRCLE
Jim Indell hosts these performances by the participants of the monthly SI Songwriters Circle meet-up group.
SATURDAY
NOV 8
8pm

TBA

FRIDAY
NOV 14
 

NAEYNI
MUSIC: NAEYNI
SONI MORENO, CHARLEY BUCKLAND, DONNA KELLY
Multi-dimensional Indigenous perspective represented by this Native American ensemble of voice, strings and percussion.

CHARLEY BUCKLAND — is a multi‐dimensional creative performer who carries an Indigenous perspective from his Mohegan heritage. He is a bassist, singer/songwriter, classically trained trumpet player and flutist.
DONNA KELLY
— drummer and percussionist. Donna has played in some of New York’s well known venues with many diffferent groups of various genres including jazz, rock, R&B and cabaret.
SONI MORENO
— Native American singer, co founded and performed with Ulali, Theatre credits on Broadway include "Hair", “The Leaf People” “Bones” First Nations Opera in Alberta, Canada. Most recent, the production of "Smoke" at the Studio theatre, Pershing Square Signature Center.

NAEYNI

SATURDAY
NOV 15

7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS: Musical tribute to "Women in Rock and Pop"SIAMS

SUNDAY
NOV 17
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
MEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
Anyone interested in creating original music is welcome to join us. 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. Check their facebook page for more info
FRIDAY
NOV 21
7:30 TBA
SATURDAY
NOV 22
7:30

Jim IndellicatoMUSIC:
JIM INDELL's
BIRTHDAY CONCERT OF PLENTY
Join Westerleigh Folk Festival organizer Jim Indellicato and a bevy of talented musical friends.

THURSDAY
NOV 27
THANKSGIVING HOLYDAYZ
FRIDAY
NOV 28
SATURDAY
NOV 29
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
  OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort! Host Michael O'Connell


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to all who share their magic on the Neighborhood Stage


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