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Friday, August 3, 2012

Headline and Deadlines : The Elegant Science of Memory

I'm on my way to Tierney's in Montclair for a 9pm meeting with Bruce Springstien, he's going to play Nebraska in its entirety, then Willy Nelsun is going to play Red Headed Stranger, and Finally Thom Pettie is going to perform Full Monn Fever. It's all apart of an event called Drifters. Showtime is 9 pm sharp.
Tomorrow night I'm spinning with WFMU and LITM's Detention Night Megan McKee. we start at 10pm.

Sunday I'm going to try to make volleyball for the first time since July 4th. I hope my glasses are still there :)

Please come out for Kayt Hester's | The Elegant Science of Memory this Tuesday Night at LITM.
Besides some awesome art, I'm DJing. Event starts at 7 pm.

I have to hand this one over and to the Jersey City Independent to fill in the rest.
oh not listed is a pretty killer show for Steve and Kate's birthday's at the Lamp Post on Saturday Night.  check out the Cultural Calendar.


= Today is the last day of Hudson Restaurant Week, meaning the end of discounted prix-fixe lunches and dinners.
==In preparation for tomorrow's Bolivian parade, the flag of Bolivia will be raised at City Hall (1 pm).
===Artist Norm Kirby shows off his latest drawings and paintings at Made With Love (7 pm). (See JCI's story on this event.)
====The Hudson Shakespeare Company presents Cardenio, a work rumored to be a lost Shakespearean play, in Van Vorst Park (7 pm).
=====Catch Young Frankenstein in Riverview-Fiske Park (8 pm).

=Michelle Timek Yoga holds free outdoor sessions on the waterfront (9 am).
==The ninth annual Bolivian Parade starts at Hamilton Park and marches toward City Hall (12 pm).
===Local designers show off their accessories, apparel and other goods at the Exotik Fashion Lounge trunk show (3 pm).
====Group art show "Art School Dropout" opens at Boca Grande to the sound of tunes by Papermaker (9 pm, $10 after 10 pm).

=Find great buys at a flea market benefiting the St. Joseph food pantry (8 am).
==The Puerto Rican Parade starts at Lincoln Park and finishes at City Hall, followed by a festival at Exchange Place (10:30 am parade, 12 pm festival).
===JC Film Forum screens 7 Men From Now (7:30 pm, $5).

Thanks for reading.
Jersey City Independent
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