As most of you know, on Tuesday, a devestaing earthquake hit Haiti, the poorest nation in the Americas. Haitian Earthquake Relief is only a text away. • Donate through Wyclef Jean's foundation, Yele Haiti. Text "Yele" to 501501 and $5 will be charged to your phone bill and given to relief projects through the organization.. In addition , here's a link to a Huffington Post article with links to International Relief Organizations appealing for aid. Furthermore, at tomorrow night's opening reception for Sirens Song, John Besante will be collecting blankets, clothes, non persible food and baby goods for a donation drive at a his wife's church in Brooklyn, which serves a large Haitian Community.
John Besante's Sirens Song is a new collection of romantic nudes that expands his continuing and growing series, Women of Color with demure oil painting portraits of Caribbean and Central American models from Jamaica, Belize, Panama, Lucia, and Dominica. We will complement this exhibit with a live performance of Siren Songs by female artists, Bern the Brights,and Jahna Rain of the Demands with special guests. Afterwards join us for an after-party with DJ Dancing Tony at the Lamp Post. I'll also be accepting goods for the donation drive at the Lamp Post. As is DJ Leonard Smalls at his Ladies Night at Luckys.
Tonight, at the Lamp Post, Jersey City's Number one DJ , Humby , is coming out of retirement to spin, via you tube his collection of 70's and 80's euro disco. If you haven't seen Humby in action, this is your chance, don't miss it. On the other side of Secodn Street, DJ Lucha gets all funking crazy at Luckys. And truly going Loco tonight will be Senor Bryan Benninghove as he get all Boca Grande on you. Bryan new muisc series runs everey 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 9:30 to 12:30. On Thursday Night, Bryan has been teaming up with with some crazy French Gypsies for Manouche Bag at Madame Claudes.
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