Tomorrow Night we have the 3rd installement of Blackhole Wednesday. at 58. With all of the recent Press, Melissa has decided to really put the pressure on St. Patrick and ask him to marry. I am just as excited about attending my second bachealorette party !! Doors @ 8pm. Check out Melissa's Blog Fear and Dread, Guilt and Shame. Reading it should make you feel better about your life.
After Wednesday Night, I get a couple of days to clean up before our ALL AGES : SAT MAT affair. Jupiter One, Up the Empire, Particle Zoo, and now joining the fray is The Meltdowns , unfortunatly the flute player from "tba" broke his hand, luckily the Meltdowns were able to come through. Afterwards, I will be defending my iPOD DJ belt at LITM . I will be on at midnight. If you are interested in joining the contest, you can email email@example.com. Afterwards, I'll be heading up to the Corkscrew to wish Alix a warm goodbye as she really leaves us for England. DJ Steet Justice and Alix are spinning it.
_gaia is also looking for submissions for their “Elvis on the Hudson” One Act play series. Check their link to the right or scroll way down for the details. Yes, it’s Elvis Related.
DJ Dancing Tony @ The Lamp Post
DJ Nuygen - spinning AfroBeat @ Bar Majestic FREE 9 pm
The Assention of Tim, the Bartender @ Lucky 7’s - Check their link for Acoustic Acts
DJ Chuck Daly @ Lucky 7’s 9 pm to 1 am $1 PBR’s
Blackhole Wednesday. at 58.
Movie Night @ The Lamp Post
Jupiter One @ Mercury Lounge 8:30 pm Sharp !!
Kevin Spyker + Co. Fun Beats with Percussion @ Bar Majestic FREE 8 pm Drink Specials and Ambiance
The Funeral Crashers @ The Pyramid 9 pm
DJ Chuck D @ the Lamp Post 10 pm
Bryan Beninghove’s Organ Explosion @ The Iron Monkey Free 10 pm
STEFF "STREET JUSTICE" KAUTZMANN & LAUREN "HELLBENDER" AMSTERDAM @ St. JEROME'S 155 RIVINGTON (BET. CLINTON & SUFFOLK (?)) LES, NYC 10pm til super late
Free Form Thursdaze at the Waterbug Underground. 11:00 pm. $3 admission. $2 Yeungling all night long. Poetry, comedy, hip hop, and folk. 11:00 - 12:00 best featured performers in Jersey City, 12:00-1:30 open mic. #7 Eerie Street in the basement of Rolon s Keyhole Bar. www.thewaterbughotel.com
DJ William McCamie @ @ 13 BAR LOUNGE NYC TIME 6:00PM TO 10:00PM 35 EAST 13TH STREET @ UNIVERSITY PLACE http://www.bar13.com/
Mother of God Artist's Talk @ Manna Fine Arts FREE 6 to 9 pm (see below for details)
Classic NOIR Cinema @ Loew's Theatre: Double Indemnity – 8PM Starring Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Edward G. Robinson.Directed by Billy Wilder. (1944, 107mins., B&W, Paramount. Predatesrating system, but may not be suitable for children.)
Ben and Vanessa @ The Corkscrew 9 pm (check links for dj schedule)
Coffin Daggers and the Subway Surfers @ The Iron Monkey 10 Pm Free
WJ and the Sweet Sacrifice @ Niagra (NYC) 10 pm
DJ Rhod 9 pm@ The White Star Bar
Grace Van Vorst Church Breakfast Plus program email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer (see below)
Di in the morning @ The Lamp Post 11am to 6pm – Scrabble and other nerdy stuff with the delight of Bloody Mary’s and Egg Sandwiches
Sat Mat @ 58 All Ages Featuring Jupiter One, Up The Empire, and Particle Zoo plus The Meltdowns !!!! $9.99 6 pm
Classic NOIR Cinema @ Loew's Theatre: Out of the Past – 4PM Starring Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming.Directed by Jaques Tourneur.
Sunset Boulevard – at 7:30PMStarring Gloria Swanson, William Holden and Erich Von Stroheim.Directed by Billy Wilder.
Papyrus @ The Lamp Post FREE 10 pmMagnetic Fields BKLN 8 pm $7 www.earnestjenning.com
"Alix's "this one is real" farewell Party / Luke and Megan's Birthday With DJ Street Justice and Alix (aka the Diamond Geezer) : STD Saturday s @ The Corkscrew with FREE 9 pm
iPOD DJ Competition at LITM . Competition starts at 9 pm. Every Two weeks.
Grace Van Vorst Church Breakfast Plus program email email@example.com to volunteer (see below)
NTN Tivia Contest @ The Lamp Post. Hosted by Di. $3 Bloody Mary's and Egg Sandwiches.
Lismore and Gay Blades @ Janam Tea Shop $5 8 pm
Rebeca Vallejo Project : Sounds of Brazil at Bar Majestic FROM 8 – 10. http://www.rvproject.info/
Open Mic Nights at The Corkscrew
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April 4th Buzz Universe @ The Lamp Post
April 6th : Subway Surfers at the Loop Lounge
Aptil 6th No Pasaran and Beautiful Bear @ The Iron Monkey
April 6th Sounds of Greg D @ Mo' Pickins (NYC)
April 11th Water under Water and Bi-Polar J @ The Lamp Post
April 14 th Super Karaoke Fun Time Band @ The Iron Monkey
April 14th The Meetball Dinner
April 19th Solace new Works by Orlando Reyes @ 58
April 25 Black Hole Wednesday w/ The Coffin Daggers
April 28th : WJ & the Sweet Sacrifice w/ Shell Shag @ 58’s Queens Day Party
May 5th : Sounds of Greg D, Chris Harper @ 58
May 5th : Grace Church Cathedral Art Show and Champagne Gala
May 19th Tony's 20th High School Reunion
My 19th SAT MAT @ 58 w/ Straight Jackey Minds, Olde Ghost, Funeral Crashers
JC Department of Love and Leisure
Water under Water is looking to share their rehearsal space with another band, dance troupe, animal trainer, or serial killer (as long as you clean up) contact Chris or Max
Hello,I hope that your spring sucks as much as mine does. I started a blog, Fear and Dread, Guilt and Shame. This Wednesday is very special because it's BACHELORETTE BLACKHOLE! There was an article in the Jersey Journal about it last week, so there's probably going to be a lot of guidos and old people there.It's a bachelorette party because I'M GETTING MARRIED! Dancing Tony MIGHT strip for us. He's being shy, but that's nothing a little drugs and harassment won't fix!BLACKHOLE WEDNESDAYJohn F. O'Donnell Dan AllenJake GoldmanTimmy WilliamsBen LehrmanT-Time with T-Top Trans AmHosted by me, Melissa Surach.March 28th, Doors @ 8:00 pm, $5 donationfifty8 Gallery58 Coles StreetJersey City, NJ TO GET THERE FROM MANHATTAN: Take the Journal Square PATH train. Get off at the Grove Street Station. Go up the escalator. Make a left and walk down Newark Avenue 4 blocks until you reach Coles Street. Make a right. It's between 4th and 5th Street. IF YOU WANT TO GET OFF THIS LIST STAB ME.
Hey Tony!Can you put me in for this thurs?
Kevin Spyker + Co.
Fun Beats with Percussion
275 Grove across from City Hall
Drink Specials and Ambiance
Pre Passover Party! w/ Bryan Beninghove's Organ Explosion!
THURSDAY May 29
Iron Monkey 9:30pm
Avoid the plagues - come to the Iron Monkey and cleanse your soul!
w/ Kyle Koehler & Don Williams!
97 Greene St
It's a party for something but I'm not sure what...and it's absolutely not private so mosey your way down Rivington and stop when you feel, feel, feel, feel FEEEL...FEEL THE HEAT.
THURSDAY MARCH 29th, 2007
DJS: STEFF "STREET JUSTICE" KAUTZMANN & LAUREN "HELLBENDER" AMSTERDAM @ St. JEROME'S
155 RIVINGTON (BET. CLINTON & SUFFOLK (?)) LES, NYC 10pm til super late
HEAVY JAMS, DRUNKEN SING-A-LONGS, HEAD-BANGIN', CHEAP DRINK & GOOD TIME COMPANY.
***DON'T FORGET! ALEX IS MOVING TO LONDON.... SO DON'T FLAKE THIS SATURDAY NIGHT! EVERYONE'S INVITED TO GO TO THE CORKSCREW, JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS, FOR DIAMOND GEEZER'S GOING AWAY PARTY *AND* LUKE'S BIRTHDAY EGGSTRAVAGANZA. DJ's STEFF & ALEX "THE GEEZE"
CORNER OF WEBSTER & CONGRESS
Your Host: WILLIAM MCCAMIE PresentsSPECIAL GUEST DJLEX LEONARD FROM CUBADEEP SOUNDSFRIDAYS @ BAR 1335 EAST13TH STREET (AT UNIVERSITY PL) NYCTIME 6:00PM TO 10:00PMNYC Happy Hour! * Drink Specials * Dance! * guest DJsFeaturing: DJ WILLIAM MCCAMIEUnderground, Deep House Music & EctroHouseLive Percussions by: DEEJA RAINEShttp://www.bar13.com/
This Weekend @ Iron Monkey: 97 Greene St, Jersey City, NJ (201) 435-5756Fri March 30th: Coffin DaggersSubway SurfersSat March 31: Division of Planes Secret Photos All shows start @ 10pm. Support Jersey City Shows!!Cheers,AC
Please join _gaia and the Wonder Women for the Mother of God Artist Talk next Friday 6-9pm---especially if you have not yet seen the show!!
Friday, March 30th? 6-9pm
Mother of God??
through?April 20th ?2007
Mana Fine Arts Exhibition Space?
227 Coles Street?
Jersey City, NJ? 07310?
Curated by Doris Cacoilo and Mary Jeys? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?Hosted by Ev Stone and Meredith Lippman
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Mana Fine Arts is pleased to host Mother of God: A Wonder Women Project presented by _gaia. The exhibition and residency explores notions of feminism, spirituality, historical iconographies, and contemporary art practice. The show brings together nine emerging artists from the New York/New Jersey area, invited to participate in the six-week residency at _gaia studio in Hoboken, New Jersey. The exhibition aims to examine and critique the societal, personal, and collective experiences of feminism and the history of organized religion.
The mother of a deity is an apt topic for a _gaia residency, sharing a consideration for feminism in all aspects of society. In critiquing the dominant role of biblical stories in western art, the Wonder Women residency remained committed to exploring feminism in this context. Many of the projects developed for this exhibition embrace a visual history that addresses Mary?s indispensable position in the pantheon of biblical characters. An instrumental part of the residency was the collection of texts brought to meetings each week.?Letter to a Christian Nation, by Sam Harris and?Erring: A Postmodern A/Theology,?by Mark C. Taylor, among other texts were both a catalyst and inspiration for discussion. By critiquing religious structures, the resident artists opened a dialogue about the existence of one all-powerful, all-knowing god, the gods and goddesses of polytheism and a universal understanding of motherhood.
Mother of God coincides with the year long Feminist Art Project. The purpose of the Feminist Art Project is to bring public attention to the significant and continuing impact of women and their art on all aspects of contemporary art practice, highlighting their international influence, and guaranteeing their inclusion in the cultural record, past, present, and future.
Mana Fine Arts Exhibition Space?
227 Coles Street?
Jersey City, NJ? 07310?
Gallery Hours M-F 10-6 pm or by appointment
BEN AND VANESSA Head up to the Corkscrew on Friday to kick off your weekend in a really good way. Ben and Vanessa don't disappoint with the tunes, and Luke and Sarah are more than happy to help you get yer drink on...what nasty shots will they be slinging this time...tune in to find out.Cheers,JC
Classic NOIR Cinema At The Loew's Jersey - This Friday & Saturday, M
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Ask someone off-handedly what to expect in a Hollywood block-buster,and they are likely to include Technicolor and a happy ending. Butmovies of the Film Noir genre belie this – they are black and white,dark literally and metaphorically, with characters that are deeplyflawed if not outright criminal, and they don't have happy endings.Yet some of the best known films of all time are Film Noir. And threeof the best Noir movies will be shown at the Loew's on March 30 & 31.Double Indemnity – Friday, March 30 at 8PMStarring Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Edward G. Robinson.Directed by Billy Wilder. (1944, 107mins., B&W, Paramount. Predatesrating system, but may not be suitable for children.) Double Indemnityrepresents the high-water mark of 1940s film noir urban crime dramasin which a greedy, weak man is seduced and trapped by a cold, evilwoman amidst the dark shadows and Expressionist lighting of modern cities.There will be a brief introduction to the film, and a Q&A sessionafterwards by Charles Stanton, devotee of and expert in the Film Noirgenre.Out of the Past – Saturday, March 31 at 4PMStarring Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, Kirk Douglas, Rhonda Fleming.Directed by Jaques Tourneur. (1947, 97mins, B&W, RKO, Predates ratingsystem, but may not be suitable for children.) Out of the Past is soperfect a Film Noir that it is considered practically a textbookexample of the genre. Robert Mitchum, who was cast after both JohnGarfield and Dick Powell turned down the part of Jeff Bailey, wonpraise for his first starring role. Kirk Douglas and Jane Greer as thelethal femme fatale both also turned in great performances.Sunset Boulevard – Saturday, March 31 at 7:30PMStarring Gloria Swanson, William Holden and Erich Von Stroheim.Directed by Billy Wilder. (1950, 110mins, B&W, Paramount. Predatesrating system, but may not be suitable for children.) In itscinematography, style and dark outlook, Sunset Boulevard is classicNoir. But the film's main characters are not the detectives, gangstersand typical vamps who inhabit most Noir movies. Instead, the moviepresents the users and used in show business, and is a scathing satireof Hollywood and the cruel fickleness of movie fame. Director Wilderturned Hollywood history back on itself by casting silent film starGloria Swanson as aging silent diva Norma Desmond and the great silentdirector Erich von Stroheim as her. There will be an introduction and discussion of the film by Dr. FosterHirsh, Professor of Film at Brooklyn College and author of 16 books onfilm and theatre including "The Dark Side of the Screen: Film Noir."Dr. Hirsh is also the host for American Film Institute tributes in NewYork.Each screening is $6 for adults, $4 for seniors & children 12 yearsold and younger. Combo discounts for two or more screenings areavailable.
Hey everyone my alt-country/rock outfit is playing this Friday night in downtown NYC if you're interested in having some fun, and who the hell doesn't like fun?
Wj and The Sweet Sacrifice
Friday, March 30
@ Niagara (112 east 7th street at Avenue A) NYC
This Friday, March 30. We hit the stage at 11 pm. Another band from L.A.
(London 77) will be on at 10 pm. And it's free.
No work on saturday. Come early. Stay late.
WJ & The Sweet Sacrifice is:
Hi, friends--We're playing a free show this Saturday at the Iron Monkey in Jersey City. The show starts at 10pm and we'll take the stage around Midnight.Secret Photos will be opening things up and there's only two bands on the bill. We hope to see you there!Be well,Tom / Jerel / TomDivision of Planes
Sat 3.31.07@ Magnetic Field - 97 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY (www.magneticbrooklyn.com)$7Come out and celebrate the release of the fantastic new split single from The Black Hollies and the Dansettes with back to back sets of r&b/garage/soul magic.doors at 8pmthe bands will have copies on limited red vinyl available at the show, and if you aren't able to swing by you can also head to www.ernestjenning.com to grab a copy and pretend you were there.
just so ya know, no pasaran! and beautiful bear are playing iron monkey on friday april 6th if you felt like adding it to the list. thanks.....
A big thank you to all who attended the Luna Lounge show! That was such a special night of music. From start to finish. All the bands were better than great. And let's celebrate that there's a very cool new venue born! Again, big kisses to those who attended..
And for those lookin' to be kissed, check out our next show. Another good one. This time it's upstairs at Mo Pitkin's in the East Village.
This is a really neat small theater-like room, having a 75-person capacity with tables, chairs, candles, & you! That kind of vibe.
Great for hearing a performance without the usual bar distractions.
Come early and have dinner downstairs. The eats are very good -->
Fri April 6th
34 Avenue A
10pm -- The Violets ---> http://www.myspace.com/theviolets
10:30pm -- Sounds of Greg D ---> http://www.myspace.com/gregsounds
A good reason to arrive by 10 is that The Violets are on the bill at our request. This is a very fun band with great songs. Once they start, you will listen and you will have to watch, because it's an all around presentation of sights & sounds!! Start time is sharp.
The Subway Surfers make their triumphant return to Jersey City this Friday night! Come on down early and grab some grub on the Iron Monkey's roof top lounge.
GIG! March 30th: Iron Monkey
97 Greene St.
Jersey City, NJ
W/The Coffin Daggers
GIG! April 6th: The Loop Lounge
The Loop Lounge
373 Broadway, Passaic, NJ
Cost : $7.00
Come for the punk rock. Stay to read the old Weekly World News wallpaper in the bathroom.
GIG! May 4th: Magnetic Field
97 Atlantic Avenue
Time: 8:00 pm SHARP!
w/The Nematoads (Austin, TX)
GIG! May 26: The Brighton Bar
121 Brighton Avenue
Long Branch, NJ
w/The Brimstones & The Dark Marbles
GIG! June 29th Otto's Shrunken Head
Otto's Shrunken Head
538 E 14th St
New York, NY 10009-3347
Cross Street: Between Avenue A and Avenue B
Directions: L at 1st Ave
Subway Surfers make their triumphant return to Otto's after their killer Halloween show
w/The Dark Marbles & Trash Mavericks
Like 80s Punk & New Wave?
Check out Fuzzco's Podcast:
"Subway Surfers are the kind of band Friday nights were made for."-Robin Eisgrau, JC Downtown magazine"Rock n' roll is supposed to be fun. The Subway Surfers are fun. They get it."-Bill Kelly, The Teenage Wasteland, WFMU-FM"Sounds like some great 45 lost since 1977."-Lindsay Hutton, The Next Big Thing"If people don't go see you guys play...they're #!$%*& stupid."-Jennifer Loveless, Musicologist & Rock Chickwww.subwaysurfers.comF.B.C./K.A.R. !!!
CATHEDRAL ARTS FESTIVAL 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Festival Organizer, Claire Guerette (201) 294-1872 (cell)email@example.comTickets, Grace Church Parish Office (201) 659-2211Grace Church Van Vorst Announces its
18th Annual Cathedral Arts Festival
Opening Gala: Saturday, May 5th - 7:30 PM to Midnight
Cathedral Arts Festival, Hudson County's largest and longest running festival of performing and visual fine arts, will present is 18th year of programming with several cultural events this May.The festival will kick off with a Champagne Gala reception on Saturday, May 5th from 7:30 pm to Midnight. Highlights of the Gala will include sale of art on exhibit from over 80 New Jersey artists including works in painting, photography, glass, fiber, sculpture and more; live auctions of works including pottery and antique church organ pipes; a silent auction of goods and services; fine food, free flowing champagne, dancing, and live music by talented local performers.The festival continues through May 19th with additional events, all of them free to the public. Key events were developed with the assistance of other local Jersey City arts organizations including Pro Arts, JCity Theatre and Art House Productions.
April 30-May 19Fine Arts Exhibit – MWF 11am-1pm, Sun 10am-4pmMonday,
April 30Artists’ Preview Evening – 7:30 pmSaturday,
May 5Champagne Gala – 7:30 pm-MidnightTickets: $40 in adv, $50 at the door, $25 seniors
Sunday, May 6Performing Arts Showcase – 1 pm – 5 pm – FREE
Featuring performances by local Jersey City singer/songwriters, musicians, storytellers, actors and percussionists. Entertainment in every flavor is guaranteed.
Monday, May 7 Gallery Talks – 7 pm – FREE
Discussion and exchange of ideas featuring artists from the CAF 2007 Exhibit. Moderated by curators Donna Kessinger and Vikki Michalios
Saturday, May 12An Evening of Poetry – 7 pm – FREEPoetry and Spoken Word by local poets.Presented by Candy Ellison with assistance from Art House Productions – Christine Goodman, Director
Friday, May 18Local Filmmakers’ Showcase – 7 pm - FREE
Original, short works by local filmmakers. Curated by Claudia Perry & Zoe HauserAll events take place in Downtown Jersey City at Grace Church Van Vorst, 39 Erie St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, 201-659-2211, www.gracevanvorst.org. Our facilities are wheelchair accessible through our 39 Erie St entrance while other guests may enter through the church’s red door around the corner on Second St.Established in 1847, Grace Church Van Vorst is the oldest Episcopal church in Jersey City. The parish has a long history of actively supporting the Hudson County arts community. In addition to the annual Cathedral Arts Festival, Grace Church Van Vorst hosts vital outreach to the Downtown Jersey City community with weekend breakfasts for the hungry, a weekday program for seniors, and art events year round including productions in theater, dance and music.GRACE CHURCH VAN VORST – 39 Erie Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302The Reverend Janet Broderick, RectorPhone: (201) 659-2211 / http://www.gracevanvorst.org/_
gaia Studio seeks One-Act Script Submissionsfrom emerging playwrights of all ages, sexes, and races for 2007 SummerOne Act Play Fest “Elvis on the Hudson”.Guidelines1. Only accepting One-Acts plays written for the theatre (no screenplays,poetry, short stories), 10-30 minutes in length.2. One-act plays must relate to the King: Elvis Presley himself, his story, his music, or someone that has been affected by (or obsessed with)the King’s legacy. (Submissions of Elvis interpreted as a woman highlyencouraged) *The play can be a published or unpublished piece.3. Submissions must be MAILED, please send through postal service.4. All submissions must include the playwright's contact information, bioand resume, synopsis of play, character descriptions and age range, genretype, running time, and copy of the full script. Please provide dates,producer, theatre company and location if submitted play has beenpreviously been done.SUBMISSION DEADLINE -- April 16th, 2007*All Submissions must be postmarked by the April 16th, 2007. Submissionsreceived after this deadline will be considered for 2008. Scripts will notbe returned.Send postal mail submissions to:Attn:Lillian RibeiroPerformance Artistic Director_gaia Studio66 Willow Ave. , 3rd floorHoboken , NJ 07030**Mark Envelope "Elvis"For any questions, email _gaia at performing*at* gaiastudio. orgwww.gaiastudio. org