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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 ARTWORK:

GROUP SHOW

 
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 
 
TUESDAY
JULY 4th
 


CLOSED FOR HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY

70th Anniversary of the Roswell, New Mexico, UFO crash July 4th, 1947

 
WEDNESDAY
JULY 5

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

 
  8:30 DANCE-SONG: DAVID
 
FRIDAY
JULY 7
 
7:30 PHOEBE BLUE AND THE MAKE BALEAVES
 
8:30

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
 
8pm

SPOKEN WORD and MUSIC: "LIFE'S LESSONS" Author Tina Panariello will speak about her life's lessons and her book 'Polished: Filing Away At Life's Truths'. Joined by musical duo BURGUNDY who will play original songs about Life's Lessons.

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.

Don will be accompanying the spectacular belly-dancer, SUSANA.

 

SATURDAY
JULY 15

   
 
  7:30 SIAMS MUSIC: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN / BOB SEEGER Tribute night
     
SUNDAY
JULY 16
 
3pm NEW COMMUNES NORTHEAST: SLIDE SHOW & DISCUSSION
    In the last few years, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of new income-sharing intentional communities (aka communes).  This slide show and discussion is about 5 communes in Central Virginia (including an intro to the two well-established ones Acorn and Twin Oaks) and the new urban commune in DC called Compersia.  Why is the commune movement growing?  How do these new communities differ from existing communes?  Are all these small communities viable? (We have already lost one start-up in Richmond.) 

The format of this event is a 40 minute slide show, followed by a question and answer session with people who have lived in these communities and are helping to found more.  Presenters include: Paxus who has lived both at Acorn and Twin Oaks and is fostering the Cambia start up in Virginia, Cel who is the FEC delegate for Twin Oaks and has lived at the Baltimore Free Farm, and Raven who is from Ganas and Point A NYC and helped create an income sharing community in Massachusetts.
   
 
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

  >>> LIVE STREAM VIDEO OF THIS EVENT at 911TV.org
  7pm

SPECIAL: COULD UNDERSTANDING 9-11 END THE WAR ON TERROR? Newly De-classified Documents.
   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.

>>> LIVE STREAM VIDEO OF THIS EVENT at 911TV.org

Speakers: Les Jamieson, Sander Hicks

Les Jamieson has studied the alternative research into 9/11 since November, 2001. He has been publicly active as an event organizer, street activist, and movement builder since January of 2004. Beginning October 2014, Les spearheaded an effort to generate grassroots support for legislation to release the 28 pages from the Congressional Joint Inquiry on 9/11, as well as mobilize public support for the passage of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). Les co-sponsored the 9/11 Justice In Focus Symposium for the 15th anniversary of the attacks. This event is widely recognized as one of the most informative and best produced 9/11 activist events ever. Les has chaired educational panels on 9/11 and the 28 pages at the Left Forum in 2015 and 2016. Les is currently on the board of the 9/11 Truth Action Project, working to mobilize activists calling for a “9/11-informed Congress”.

Sander Hicks is founder of Soft Skull Press, Vox Pop Inc., and Zen Carpentry. As a writer, he has written seven plays and musicals, and sings in his art-punk band White Collar Crime. His most recent book is Slingshot to the Juggernaut: Total Resistance to the Death Machine Means Complete Love of the Truth. (Soft Skull, 2012). He is an alumnus playwright of New Dramatists, where in 2017, he produced a night of dramatic theatre, entitled, “The Mysteries of 9/11.” Hicks has personally confronted Dick Cheney, Rudy Giuliani, Richard Ben-Veniste, Jerome Hauer, and several other government officials about the US/Mossad 9/11 cover-up.
    As a businessman, Sander Hicks started the innovative award-winning companies Capital Cooperative/Zen Carpentry, Soft Skull Press,  and Vox Pop Inc.  Hicks appeared in the national media from 1999 to 2001 for republishing the controversial George W. Bush biography Fortunate Son. His struggle to print the full story about then-Governor Bush was covered by 60 Minutes, New York Times, Washington Post and the award-winning documentary “Horns and Halos,” broadcast on HBO’s Cinemax in 2003.
     Hicks has written about economics for Alternet and religion for The Huffington Post. Hicks has spoken widely across the country, from house parties to radical bookstores to Stanford Law School. Raised Catholic, Hicks is a Zen practitioner and interfaith activist, who seeks the truth through understanding the call to justice in all of humanity’s religions.

>>> LIVE STREAM VIDEO OF THIS EVENT at 911TV.org

THURSDAY
JULY 20

 
6-9 MEET-UP: STRATEGIC COMMUNITY MEETING hosted by PHIL MARIUS
FRIDAY
JULY 21

8pm
  MUSIC: RUSTY & JAN & Friends
     
SATURDAY
JULY 22
8pm
  MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN - vocalist Jim Ceribello, keyboardist Lou DiNatale, and bassist Roger Fiorentino perform original soulful arrangements of classic greats.
SUNDAY
JULY 23

 
2:30 MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT MEET-UP
 

3:30

 

MUSIC: PANACCUSTICUM - MATTHIAS ETTER GARDEN CONCERT
Swiss violin virtuoso spins cannonic tapestries and soundscapes with his electronic stereophonic echo system. This will be in the backyard garden of the ETG Book Cafe, weather permitting.

FRIDAY
JULY
28
   
   
8pm

 

STVJNS DAUGHS - New songs, electro-folk, and channelled music

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
     
   
FRIDAY
JULY

   
   
   
   
 

MAY


FEATURED ARTWORK:

RALSTON MUNROE
- Jewelry

 
FRIDAY
AUG 4
 
8pm MUSIC: FRANK GRAIL & DAVID GORSKY
Progressive rock songs reimagined
 
SATURDAY
AUG 5
1pm MEET-UP: BABY-WEARING INTERNATIONAL with Alisa
 
9:30 PERFORMANCE: DAVID
Singer and performer DAVID SEWARD continues his experimental show development tonight with a 20 minute piece. Come an support and comment!

SUNDAY
AUG 6

 
2:30

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

 
TUESDAY
AUG 8
 
7pm

MEET-UP: PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND

 
WEDNESDAY
AUG 9

 

World Indigenous People's Day

 
FRIDAY
AUG 11
  UN-PLUGGED MUSIC SERIES
 
7:30

MUSIC: BOB CONROY & NORM PEDERSON

 
SATURDAY
AUG 12
 
8pm

MUSIC: S.I. SONGWRITERS
JIM INDELL hosts this gathering to showcase original songs by the people of the informal Songwriters Circle network.

THURSDAY
AUG 17

 
  7pm MEET-UP: NYSAI POETRY GROUP
 
FRIDAY
AUG 18
 
7pm MUSIC: BORIQUA GUITAR POWER & NANCY CORRIGAN
 

SATURDAY
AUG 19

 
  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."

 
SUNDAY
AUG 20
 
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.
 
2:30

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

FRIDAY
AUG 25

 
    MUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG and STEVE DiROSA
SATURDAY
AUG 26
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
 




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