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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

The New You Review

Wow! who would have believed the Eddie Murphy was related to Nostradamus, I knew this movie had more potential, I'm not sure about Eddie though .

We'll be hosting a Tailgate Party at 58 for the Superbowl. We'll are going to set up things ala Youth Center Style; We'll have board games and maybe some championship paper football tables. We even have a special halftime show that Even the Losers would Enjoy.

Shine up your shoes and balls for a bowling party fundraiser for the St. Matthew's Food Pantry. Things roll on the Sunday after the Superbowl, February 10th. Any Day Parade and The Poconos Will be on hand to add some country friend music for the evening. $10 donation, more info to follow. This Thursday Brinkman Daly joins Any Day Parade at DC's Tavern in Hobo-kin

How about I get to the here and now though. Tonight Eric Fuzzco is the guest DJ at the Lamp Post tonight. Get there early, he is already promising to play it all. On Thursday DJ Snack Attack plays it out and then, the self proclaimed "best dj in Jersey City" DJ Caligula rocks the Friday Night. Saturday Night. Shell Shag and WJ and the Sweet Sacrifice play it out on a event filled Saturday.

I will be DJing the SOLD OUT Winter Ball. The event is a fundraiser for Art House Productions Theater Programs. There may be some last minute openings so dress your best black tie creative. While I am sipping on champagne in pools of hob nob. Just across the way. Toyeaters will be hosting a Punk Rock Show $5 suggested donation . black leather creative :)

This Thursday Jupiter One plays at Bowery Ballroom. This is a big show and big deal for them. On Sunday, WJ and the Sweet Sacrifice play a fundraiser at Bowery Ballroom as well. On Tuesday Night, the Orion Experience opened up for Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Go Jersey City Bands.
On Friday Night, Boy/Girl and the Gay Blades play at Asbury Lanes. You can take the train down there if you have no car. Also The Meltdowns have their CD release Party at the Clash Bar in Clifton.
If you didn't make it to the ball on Saturday Night, you can still be a Star on Sunday Night. Artist Izzy has an opening at 7 pm.

1st THING:Brinkman Daly (my country/folk/psych outfit with larry) will be joining forces with Any Day Parade next Thursday the 24th in Hoboken, NJ.ANYDAY PARADE w/BD ( CALAMONERITOMORROW Thursday January 24th 9pmFREEEEEEDC's Tavern505 8th St. Hoboken, NJ*bonus... Mike Longo will be spinning country 78's between


2nd THING:January, 26 2008 at Toy Eaters Studio my new music endeavor... punk/thrash madness "Guilt Trip!" is making its debut... soooo...come!!! GUILT TRIP! STARING PROBLEM CHERI LOVE AFFAIR 143 Christopher Columbus DriveJersey City9PMCost : Strong suggested donation: $5Good times.

This is the big week! It's finally time to get playing again. I'm so excited. I've got a new guitar, too! SHINY!Anyway, Friday night we're releasing our new CD at Clash Bar, in Clifton, NJ, 10pm. Two totally fucking awesome bands are playing with us, too.Then on Saturday we have a matinee slot at 3pm at John & Peter's in New Hope, PA with our good friends The Porchistas.Have a flier, pass it around:

This weekend-1/26- WJ & The Sweet Sacrifice w/ ShellShag at the LampPost. 10 pm.If you show up before then, and the kitchen is still open, I recommend the chicken BLT w/ Mozz sammich. That shit is bangin!!!1/27- WJ & The Sweet Sacrifice @ The Bowery Ballroom. 7pm.If you show up past 8pm, you WILL miss us. And if you do show up to see us, you WILL have to pay $50 (assuming it doesn't sell out which is, oddly, a possibility). That $50 bucks goes to benefit a cause. Either way; rock for a cause, or rock be-cause you love rockin!WJ has got you covered this weekend.

Nina's It Aint Easy Being Green Birthday Bash
When: Sunday January 27 8PMWhere: Gallery 58 5 8 Coles St. Downtown Jersey CityWhat: $5 If your wearing Green, $10 If your notIf your wearing a unitard, you rock my rocks off.Open Bar BYOB Welcome.

Monday, January 28th
Union Hall
702 Union Street @ 5th Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
$8 cover

Greg D has enjoyed playing with himself he's gonna do it again..but this time with a whole lot of people.
Wed June 30th
Vox Pop
1022 Cortelyou Rd
Brooklyn, NY
I do highly recommend the beer, juices, wine, foods, desserts, coffee, teas, books, zines...all available at your fingertips...come dig in.
7:00 - Havalah Collins
7:30 - Michael Fiorito
8:00 - Jessie White
8:30 - Rene Collins
9:00 - Holley Anderson
9:30 - Dave Feddock
10:00 - Donald Ducote (& Andrew)
10:30 - Greg D

Friday, Feb. 1
8:00 PM - Citizen Kane
Starring Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton, Everett Sloan, Dorothy Comingore. Directed by Orson Welles.(1941, 119mins. Pre-dates rating system, but is suitable for most audiences.)
The fascinating - and for William Randolph Hearst, enraging - character study of the rise, successes and failings of a powerful, egotistical publishing figure. Welles shattered many film-making rules, and created some new ones. Extraordinary cinematography by Gregg Toland, great score by Bernard Herrmann and Oscar-winning screenplay by Welles and Herman J. Mankiewicz.
Saturday, Feb. 2
3:00 - The Lady From Shanghai
Starring Orson Welles, Rita Hayworth, Everett Sloane. Directed by Orson Welles.(1948, 87mins., B&W, Columbia Pictures. Pre-dates rating system, but may be unsuitable for young children.)
Complex murder mystery about an adventurer who joins a seductress and her husband on a Pacific cruise. Extraordinary cinematography. The famous climatic scene in fun-house hall of mirrors is riveting.
6:30 - The Magnificent Ambersons
Starring Joseph Cotton, Dolores Costello, Anne Baxter, Tim Holt, Agnes Moorehead. Directed by Orson Welles.(1942, 88mins. Pre-dates rating system but is suitable for most audiences.)
Based on a novel by Booth Tarkington, this is the story of a family's unwillingness to adapt its way of life to changing times.
8:40 - Touch Of Evil - 50th Anniversary screening, featuring a newly struck print!
Starring Charlton Heston, Janet Leigh, Orson Welles. Directed by Orson Welles.(1958, 111mins., B&W, Universal Pictures. Pre-dates the rating system, but may be unsuitable for children.)
Baroque crime drama, character study, with a touch of tongue-in-cheek humor thrown in, highlighted by dazzling photography and great acting. Heston is a Mexican law enforcement officer who, on his honeymoon, tangles with the corrupt Police Chief of an American border town, played by Welles in one of the most memorable of his many memorable screen roles.
The Loew's Jersey is proud to present the premiere screening of this new print of Touch of Evil, which was taken from the 1998 negative. In addition to being as faithful as possible to Welles' ideas, this print also boasts beautifully restored, razor-sharp black-and-white cinematography.

Each screening is $6 for adults, $4 for seniors & children 12 years old and younger. Combo discounts are available for multiple screenings. Call (201) 798-6055 or visit for more info.

Monday, February 4th
The Rodeo Bar!
at 27th on the corner of 3rd Ave.
No Cover

Thursday February 7th, 2008at Rebel - 251 W/ 30th Street NYCTime: Doors open at 9pmOpen bar 10-11pm - 21+FREE with flyer invite or RSVP on guest list Email to be added to the guest listFREE Gift Bags to the first 100 guestsDJ's: Dimitry!!! and Prince TerrenceLive performances ALL NIGHT by:Bunny RabbitLeifLismoreKayvon ZandMiss Eighty6Rye Ryealso: MTV will be filming the show for “True Life: I’m at Fashion Week”