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2018

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : MALACHI McCORMICK / PAT DiCICCO
 
SATURDAY
SEPT 1
 
7:30 SIAMS: TIME IN SONG S.I. Acoustic Music Society tribute night event featuring 9 different performers and bands each playing 2 songs about TIME. Slideshow by Rob Landsman and FACTOIDS by Elle La Forge
 
THURSDAY
SEPT 6
  in MANHATTAN:
 
5:30

We Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice:
Now is the Time for Action!!
On Thursday, Sept 6, New Yorkers will gather to add our voices to national and global call for immediate, bold, effective approaches to Climate, Jobs, and Justice. On the eve of the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, we will take to the streets demanding that our local elected officials move beyond the nice talk and take the steps we know are needed to confront the climate crisis. (Actions in CA, throughout the U.S. and around the world are happening on Sept. 8th, but we did not want to conflict with the NYC Labor Day Parade being held that day so we're hitting the streets on Sept. 6th!)
5:30 PM, September 06, 2018
Manhattan
Battery Park, New York

 
FRIDAY
SEPT 7
 
8pm

ART AND WORDS: NYSAI MAGAZINE Event: Poetry, Artwork, Charisma
   This is NYSAI Press' 8th issue...and we are so excited to share and celebrate it with you. Come on down to ETG for some poetry, art, music and a little bit of mayhem, well more mantra than mayhem.

Gabriella Shlyakh
Mariana Goycoechea
David Lawton
Rachel Therres
John W. Snyder
Quera

Music by Phoebe Blue
Host: Eric Alter
Photography: The Kristopher Johnson

No cover
The magazine is $2

And we are going to try and include a small open mic under the theme of "I'm Sorry." What are you sorry about? This presidency? You stepped on your friend's hand? You just have a lot of guilt? Whatever you feel falls under this this theme. Please keep poems no longer than 2min.

 
SATURDAY
SEPT 8
   
   
 
3pm

FLOWER OF LIFE:
Introduction to spiritual geometry with RULER AND COMPASS.
   Geometer Michael Levy teaches you how to make spiritual geometrical figures using ruler and compass. All materials will be provided. Suggested donation $5-15
   Patterns naturally appear when connecting circles with a ruler and compass. The magical quality has inspired religious art from many different traditions. The algorithmic patterns are echoed in natural forms like snowflakes, microscopic diatoms, and flowers. If you are interested in arts, crafts, math, or science, or just looking for a way to relax, this will be a fun and rewarding activity. Materials will be provided.

Suggested Donation: $5 - $15

$5 chips in for expenses
$15 includes a donation for the instruction

 
8pm

Masters Of Jazz: TIPPLE TRIO : featuring Kevin Norton - composer, vibraphone, percussion ; Frode Gjerstad- Alto saxophone, clarinet and flute; David Watson- Guitar

 
TUESDAY
SEPT 11
 
7pm

"FALSE FLAGS" : Teach-in about this powerful and long-relied-upon military deception technique, used globally for centuries for political expediency.

From Wikipedia: A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

The term "false flag" originally referred to pirate ships that flew flags of countries as a disguise to prevent their victims from fleeing or preparing for battle. Sometimes the flag would remain and the blame for the attack be laid incorrectly on another country. The term today extends beyond naval encounters to include countries that organize attacks on themselves and make the attacks appear to be by enemy nations or terrorists, thus giving the nation that was supposedly attacked a pretext for domestic repression and foreign military aggression.

Operations carried out during peacetime by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, can (by extension) also be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organization behind an operation.

 
THURSDAY
SEPT 13
 
7-9

SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC
  
Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC. 2 songs or 10 minutes max. After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another if time allows.

 
FRIDAY
SEPT 14
 
7:30

MUSIC: HARRY OPPENHEIMER: Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer played by the master.

 
8:30

MUSIC: GWENDOLYN FITZ : Ukelele singer-songwriter from Austin, TX. Music Teacher by Day; Performer by Night

 
SATURDAY
SEPT 15
Today is WESTFEST Folk Festival at Westerleigh Park 11-7
 
8pm

MUSIC: OUTSIDE THE TEMPLE: Great original reggae-like sound with spiritual and philosophical themes.

 
WEDNESDAY
SEPT 19
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
FRIDAY
SEPT 21
 
8pm KARAOKE    It is so much fun to sing in a non-competitive, non-performance, just for the joy of it. Kevin Johnson is your host!!
 
SATURDAY
SEPT 22
 
4pm

BOOK : REBECCA MOORE FREY
"CREATURES I HAVE KNOWN AND LOVE"

(humorous short stories about animal & spirit interactions) by th author of "Scamily" (Horror/Fantasy, Paperback or HC) and "How to be Happy, No Matter What!" (Pop Psych/Self-Help, Large Handbook)
Also forthcoming from Ms. Frey: "Moonshell" (Sci-Fi/Film), "Star-Studded Stories" (Celeb Stories/Humor), "Shadows of a Dreamer" (vol.3)," In Defense of the President" (Drama), "PoetograFrey" (Poetry Overlay/Photos), "Me So Far" (Auto-Bio), "Alien Starchild" (Sci-Fi/Fantasy), "Encyclopedia of Music" (Collab/Hist), "In My Perfect World" (Socio-Pol Essays), "Suggestions for Society" (Inventions&Ideals), "Manners Matter" (Collab/Pop Psych), "Best Parties Ever!" (Coffee-Table Pop-Up Book), "Rebecca’s Righteous Recipes!" "Rebel’s Songbook" (vol.1)

 
8pm JULIA SANE - Reverby, ghostly, ambient vocals, electronics and guitar. Love songs and more.
 
9pm MUSIC: HEGAZY - The twin sisters OMNIA and LEILA perform soulful harmonies, playful keyboard lines, dirty guitars, and catchy pop melodies. Good stuff!
 
TUESDAY
SEPT 25
 
7:30 BOARD-GAMES NIGHT Scrabble, Checkers, Chess, plus “THE VILLAGING GAME” local inventors of this game share their creation which is about cooperative manifestation of a sustainable society. This game actually teaches a method of transforming society! And they want your input on this project. Come and try it out and give them your feedback.
 
THURSDAY
SEPT 27
 
7:30 PARANORMAL OPEN MIC  Truth is stranger. Bring your stories.
 
FRIDAY
SEPT 28
 
7:30 TWO FRIENDS: MALACHI McCORMICK and PATRICK DeCICCO
This month's featured gallery artists will play keyboard and vibraphone music amidst a slideshow of details of their exhibited artworks. Enjoy this informal social event.
SATURDAY
SEPT 29
 
3-6 PUSHKIN SOCIETY in NY   Russian readings and music playings
 
7-10

OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 10 min max.

Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC.
After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another, if time allows.

 
 
 

MAY


 
FEATURED ARTWORK : OCT
 
TUESDAY
OCT 2
 
7pm "HOW TO INCREASE BUSINESS BY 300% IN 120 DAYS OR LESS"
Marketing guru, Breuk Iversen, presents his research and theory of massively increasing business.
This event isn’t for the weak or lighthearted. Perhaps you’ve seen a business go from $1,000 to $1,000,000 in less than a year. Do you know how they did it? Step-by-step branding techniques described in a 1 hr. presentation show the power of BRANDING from a little hot cookie shop to the epic 2016 Trump election. — Breuk Iversen 
 
THURSDAY
OCT 4
 
7pm PEACE ACTION STATEN ISLAND
 
FRIDAY
OCT 5
  HANUMAN YOGA STUDIO OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION 7-10
208 Bay Street, 2nd Floor
 
7:30

MILTON HENRY BAND with G. FUNK : Reggae and Blues, Rock and R&B

Many people will remember Milton Henry for his work in the 80's, after his migration to New York on the Wackies label with hits like "Come On And Rock With Me" featuring Clive Field Marshall , "Why The Fussing", and "Who Do You Think I am" and help define his career. A career that spans four decades, Miltons new releases for High Times International include "Let's Get Away" and "Injustice".

 
SUNDAY
OCT 7
 
1-6

Staten Island SANGHA

Sangha is a Sanscrit word for Community

High Vibe Vegan Buffet; Individual Healing Sessions; Dance Performance; Consciousness Art; Tarot Readers; Astrologers; Garden Drum Circle; Kirtan; Live Vibration Music; Singing Bowls; Electronic Ambient. Community introductions and holistic art panel discussion.
"Find the others."

Begins at 1pm sharp with a grounding BREATHING workshop

Hanuman Lounge
ETG Book Cafe

$25 in advance / $35 at the door

 
TUESDAY
OCT 9
 
  PEACE DAY - Celebrating John Lennon's birthday with art, music and poetry of the PEACE we are thankful for.
 
THURSDAY
OCT 11
 
7-9

SECOND THURSDAY OPEN MIC
  
Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC. 2 songs or 10 minutes max. After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another if time allows.

 
FRIDAY
OCT 12
   
 
7:30 HEARTLESS ARTICHOKES
  PLATONIC BOYFRIENDS
  JULIA SANE
 
SATURDAY
OCT 13
 
1pm MEET-UP: ECKANKAR-"The Spiritual Experience on Health and Healing"
   
3pm BOOK: "NOW EYE SEE"- Maurice
 
7:30

MUSIC: FREQUENCIES - Soni Moreno, Don Kelly, Charley Buckland

 
FRIDAY
OCT 19
 
8pm PEACE TRAIN - Peace Train is a dynamic duo of world class performers on synthesizer (Lou DiNatale) and vocals (Jim Ceribello) who are often joined by one of their amazing musical friends such as Boriqua Guitar Power's Pupa Santiago. Peace Train plays songs from the 60s and 70s with their own very brilliantly creative arrangements. If you enjoy creative songs of peace from the dawn of the transformation age, you will want to check these folks out.

 

SATURDAY
OCT 20
 
7:30 ANNALISE and friends
Four NYC-based teen singer/songwriters, each with a wonderfully different style, are ready to share their music with Staten Island! Annalise Jaffe, Madeleine Miller, Lia Perry-Wiggins and Christina Brennan each create lyrically profound music that they write themselves. The simplicity of these songs is original and captivating. Come listen to the voices of the next generation of wonderful female musicians!
 
WEDNESDAY
OCT 24
 
 

AMERICAN APARTHEID: Historian Stephanie Woodard presents her book and then engages in Skype conversations with experts of the subject on our big screen. Don't miss this rare and important opportunity.

American Apartheid should be required reading for anyone concerned with equality and justice in America. The book is a comprehensive, understandable and shocking insight into the oppression that we Native Americans are still dealing with in the twenty-first century.”

Michaelynn Hawk, Crow Tribe; director/organizer of
Indian People’s Action and Jeannette Rankin Award recipient

 
 
FRIDAY
OCT 26
 
7:30 MUSIC: LISA SCHERMA & GUY MICHETTI - will play 2 sets
    Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Lisa Scherma, is a singer/songwriter/guitarist whose musical styles include blues, country, folk, jazz and rock. She considers herself a musical storyteller believing the most important thing is telling the story right; musically, vocally and emotionally.
    Lisa began playing with singer/songwriter, Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Guy Michetti in 2014. Guy simply loves to play all styles of music and tries to write songs that, he hopes, speak to your heart.
   They currently perform together as a duo, trio and full band. Lisa and Guy have an acoustic CD coming out soon.
   
SATURDAY
OCT 27
 
7-10

OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC Share YOUR Music, Words, Movies, More! Music: 2 songs, 10 min max.

Open sign up POETRY, SONGS, VIDEO, COMEDY, IMPROVISATIONAL STORY-TELLING, etc in a supporting attentive environment. Seasoned pro's, beginners, and everybody in-between can enjoy sharing their gifts on our welcoming stage. We have microphones, PA, Amps, projector, screen, and an interested MC.
After you perform you can add your name to the list again and share another, if time allows.

 
SUNDAY
OCT 28
 
3pm EDGEWATER READING SERIES: ELECTION-DAY EDITION - with Gabriella Shlyakh.
  "In light of recent events that made the news circuit on Staten Island as of late, we hope that local residents go out and speak with their vote this November 6th. We'd like to inspire people to go out and let their voice be known, the same way our readers are doing with their prose, poetry and presence."
 
TUESDAY
OCT 30
 
7:30 BOARD-GAMES NIGHT Scrabble, Checkers, Chess, plus “THE VILLAGING GAME” local inventors of this game share their creation which is about cooperative manifestation of a sustainable society. This game actually teaches a protocol for transforming a town into a sustainable community! And they want your input on this project. Come and try it out and give them your feedback.
 
WEDNESDAY
OCT 31
 
3-8 HALLOWEEN All New Art installation by Steve, invoking the wizard of oz principle. One day only.
 
 
 

 



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