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Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

Mothers Day Weekend, NYX Design Show begins, NYC Indie Film Fest ends Sunday, Evil Clowns, Native American Indian Art

manhattan things to do nycMay 9, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 70 on Friday and Saturday, dropping into the mid 50's on Sunday. The temperature lows will be in the mid to low 50's all weekend. Precipitation. There's a 50% chance of a tenth of an inch of rain midday Friday, no or very scant chance of rain Saturday, and a 50% chance of about 1 or more inches of rain throughout the day on Sunday. Winds will be about 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be about 80% on Friday & Saturday, dropping to the mid 50% range on Sunday. Click for Manhattan Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right shows a cyclist in Midtown Manhattan a few weeks ago. Cycling is a great way to see or move around the city while getting exercise.

Enjoy yourself this weekend and attend the NYC Indie Film Festival, a farmers market, visit a street fair, attend one of the NYC X Design events or take a walking tour this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - NYC X Design Begins, American Indian Art & Evil Clowns

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows some of the older buildings in Midtown West. This weekend and for the coming week plus, NYC Economic Development Corporation is hosting a program that highlights many of NYC's design varieties - including architecture - see details below.

The NYC X Design Show began Friday, May 10th and runs through Wednesday, May 22nd. The program is organized by the NYC Economic Development Corporation to "showcase over a dozen design disciplines through exhibitions, installations, trade shows, panels, product launches, open studios...". The events are held at various locations and at various times throughout the nearly two week program and most are free. To find one go to www.nyxdesign.com where there are nearly a dozen pages of events running the length of the program [free / art / culture / business].

Performances of an original work entitled Evil Clowns begins at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street at 8 pm Friday May 3rd [also Saturday May 4th | also May 10th & 11th]. They bill the work as, "IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy ... " [$17 / $15 / Member Calendar Things To Do].

There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Saturday - NYC Indie Film Festival, Evil Clowns, Indian Art & Shopping

manhattan things to do nyc The photo at right shows the New York Stock Exchange last month. President Donald has led them on a merry manic - depressive chase over the past half year with his handling of trade negotiations with China. The Donald campaigned promising us he would take on China [Japan?] regarding their currency manipulation - but that's one issue we have heard very, very little about.

The NYC Indie Film Festival began Sunday, May 5th and runs through Sunday, May 12th at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street in Manhattan. The film screenings begin around 11.30 am Saturday and Sunday with the last screening on Saturday at 10.30 pm and the final awards ceremony on Sunday beginning at 7 pm. Film tickets cost $17.50 and the awards ceremony ticket is $100 and is being held at 45 Bleeker Street in the West Village [film].

Performances of an original work entitled Evil Clowns begins at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street at 8 pm Friday May 3rd [also Saturday May 4th | also May 10th & 11th]. They bill the work as, "IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy ... " [$17 / $15 / Member Calendar Things To Do].

There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Sunday - Happy Mothers Day, NYC Indie Film Fest ends, Indian Art & NYC X Design Continues

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows a scene from Midtown Manhattan in April of this year. A Mother strolls her baby along 42nd Street in the heart of the bustling city. Today folks honor their mothers and all mothers - see details above and below.

Happy Mothers Day - scroll down or click here for some suggestions of restaurants for Mothers Day in Manhattan.

The NYC X Design Show began Friday, May 10th and runs through Wednesday, May 22nd. The program is organized by the NYC Economic Development Corporation to "showcase over a dozen design disciplines through exhibitions, installations, trade shows, panels, product launches, open studios...". The events are held at various locations and at various times throughout the nearly two week program and most are free. To find one go to www.nyxdesign.com where there are nearly a dozen pages of events running the length of the program [free / art / culture / business].

The NYC Indie Film Festival began Sunday, May 5th and runs through Sunday, May 12th at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street in Manhattan. The film screenings begin around 11.30 am Saturday and Sunday with the last screening on Saturday at 10.30 pm and the final awards ceremony on Sunday beginning at 7 pm. Film tickets cost $17.50 and the awards ceremony ticket is $100 and is being held at 45 Bleeker Street in the West Village [film].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

MOSTLY DONE. ASTERISKED events have NOT been updated.

* A performance of Hearts on the Wall [45 mins] will begin at 7.30 pm at Dixon Place at 161 A Chrystie Street on the LES [comedy / $5 / www.dixonplace.org].

* At MoMA at 11 West 53rd Street in Midtown there are several exhibits including TBD [thru 3/19 & 3/5/17] - [art / film - $25 / $18 / Free].

* Anthology Film.

 

Week Beginning 5.13.19 - NYC X Design Continues & Harlem Eat Up Begins

The NYC X Design Show began Friday, May 10th and runs through Wednesday, May 22nd. The program is organized by the NYC Economic Development Corporation to "showcase over a dozen design disciplines through exhibitions, installations, trade shows, panels, product launches, open studios...". The events are held at various locations and at various times throughout the nearly two week program and most are free. To find one go to www.nyxdesign.com where there are nearly a dozen pages of events running the length of the program [free / art / culture / business].

Monday, May 13 - May 19, 2019 - Saturday & Sunday from 12.30 - 5.30 pm / Weekdays at Various Times - HARLEM EAT UP! - During the week they host paid evening events at various restaurants around Harlem. On Saturday & Sunday the events are held at Morningside Park at 112th Street and Manhattan Avenue, where the shopping market and entertainment are free, while the tasting event costs $85 to sample nearly two dozen of the best restaurants in Harlem. Harlem street fairs / food fairs in Harlem near Washington Heights [www.harlemeatup.com/all-events].

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

May 2019 - Click here for a listing of Manhattan Farmers Markets & Manhattan Street Fairs where you can find unique items and fresh foods. Click here for paid & free things to do Manhattan - free SummerStage concerts in Manhattan, free things to do Manhattan - free summer movies in Manhattan and free things to do Manhattan - free summer theater in Manhattan. Click here for Manhattan holiday markets & shopping and here for NYC New Years parties in Manhattan. Click here for late Valentines Day romantic restaurants in Manhattan.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Detective Itchyass by Smel E. Fyngars.


Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

5 Boro Bike Ride & Bike Expo, Freize Art Fair, TEFAF Art Show, Cannabis Parade, Jane's Walks, Evil Clowns, Native American Indian Art & Tribeca Film Festival ends Sunday

manhattan things to do nyc* May 3, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 60 Friday, rising to the low 70's on Saturday, and returning to 60 on Sunday. The temperature lows will be in the mid to low 50's all weekend. Precipitation. There's an 80% chance of up to a half inch of rain beginning about midnight Friday, ending by 8 am Saturday. And there's a 100% chance of rain on Sunday morning, with the probability of rain dropping below 50% by about noon / 1 pm. Winds will be about 5 mph Friday & Saturday, rising to about 10 mph Sunday. The Humidity will be about 80% all weekend. Click for Manhattan Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right shows the Frieze Art Fair in an earlier year. The festival returned to Randall's Island earlier this week and runs through Sunday, May 5th - see details below.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend and go out to the Frieze Art Fair, the Tribeca Film Festival, a farmers market, a movie, a street fair, or watch the 5 Boro Bike Ride or take a walking tour this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Freize Art Fair, Bike New York Expo, TEFAF Art Show, Jane's Walks, American Indian Art, Tribeca Film Festival

manhattan things to do manhattan* The photo at right shows visitors in the galleries at the Frieze Art Fair on Randall's Island in an earlier year. The festival returned this week and runs through Sunday, May 5th - see details below.

* The Frieze Art Fair returned to Randall's Island on Thursday, May 2nd and runs thru Sunday, May 5th. The hours are Friday 11 am - 7 pm, and on Saturday & Sunday it closes at 6 pm [art / $27 Students / $48 Regular & up to $108 Premiums at www.frieze.com].

* The European Fine Art Foundation aka TEFAF Art Show runs from Thursday, May 2nd to Tuesday, May 7th at the Park Avenue Armory at 643 Park Avenue at East 66th Street on the UES. The hours are Thursday from 1 - 8 pm, Friday & Saturday from 12 noon to 8 pm, Sunday open until 6 pm, Monday until 8 pm and Tuesday until 6 pm. They offer special buyer / screening hours in the morning. Tickets are $55 / $25 and $75 for multiple visits [art / www.tefaf.com].

* Bike New York Expo runs on Friday and Saturday, May 4th & 5th, at Basketball City at 299 South Street in Manhattan. There's a Bike Blessing at St. John the Divine on the UWS in Manhattan on Saturday. And the 5 Boro Bike Ride runs through all five boroughs is on Sunday, May 5th.

* This weekend the Municipal Art Society hosts Jane's Walks all over the city to point out ways in which different people, groups, businesses and government have contributed to making NYC a more liveable city. There are about 275 Janes Walks in the program, covering a wide range of themed subjects, led by knowledgeable volunteers, who lead the tours. The program is city-wide and was organized by the Municipal Arts Society beginning in 2011. Go www.mas.org/janes-walk-nyc/ to register and obtain details of each walk [free].

* Performances of an original work entitled Evil Clowns begins at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street at 8 pm Friday May 3rd [also Saturday May 4th | also May 10th & 11th]. They bill the work as, "IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy ... " [$17 / $15 / Member Calendar Things To Do].

* The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th. Details coming.

* There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

* Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Saturday - Bike NY Expo, Cannabis Parade, TEFAF Art Show, Frieze Art Fair, Jane's Walks, Tribeca Film Festival, Indian Art & Shopping

manhattan things to do nyc* The photo at right shows some of the art worthy architectural details of what was once the Plaza Hotel [now private apartments] across from the southeast corner of Central Park. The real estate developers of today are erecting a new city of rectangular steel and monotone glass skyscrapers - which may be profitable - but which are generally devoid of uniqueness, aesthetics and any imagination. Over the long haul, this growing vacuum of architectural beauty, could negatively impact the attractiveness of New York City to visitors. And it if continues unabated, NYC real estate developers will eventually turn NYC into an architecturally generic city. The Municipal Art Society is hosting Jane's Walk this weekend, wherein tours are given by screened volunteers who take folks on a themed tour about the history of how others have made NYC a more interesting and liveable city - see details below.

* The Cannabis Parade festivities begin at 11 am at 32nd Street and Broadway. The parade begins at 12.30 pm from that location, marching south along Broadway to Union Square Park. Then, from 1 - 5 pm, there are performances and talks held in Union Square Park [free / parades].

* Performances of an original work entitled Evil Clowns begins at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street at 8 pm Friday May 3rd [also Saturday May 4th | also May 10th & 11th]. They bill the work as, "IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy ... " [$17 / $15 / Member Calendar Things To Do].

* Bike New York Expo runs on Friday and Saturday, May 4th & 5th, at Basketball City at 299 South Street in Manhattan. There's a Bike Blessing at St. John the Divine on the UWS in Manhattan on Saturday. And the 5 Boro Bike Ride runs through all five boroughs is on Sunday, May 5th.

* The European Fine Art Foundation aka TEFAF Art Show runs from Thursday, May 2nd to Tuesday, May 7th at the Park Avenue Armory at 643 Park Avenue at East 66th Street on the UES. The hours are Thursday from 1 - 8 pm, Friday & Saturday from 12 noon to 8 pm, Sunday open until 6 pm, Monday until 8 pm and Tuesday until 6 pm. They offer special buyer / screening hours in the morning. Tickets are $55 / $25 and $75 for multiple visits [art / www.tefaf.com].

manhattan things to do manhattan* In the photo at right is a speaker at the Cannabis Parade after party in 2015. The Cannabis Parade returns Saturday - see details above.

* This weekend the Municipal Art Society hosts Jane's Walks all over the city to point out ways in which different people, groups, businesses and government have contributed to making NYC a more liveable city. There are about 275 Janes Walks in the program, covering a wide range of themed subjects, led by knowledgeable volunteers, who lead the tours. The program is city-wide and was organized by the Municipal Arts Society beginning in 2011. Go www.mas.org/janes-walk-nyc/ to register and obtain details of each walk [free].

* The Frieze Art Fair returned to Randall's Island on Thursday, May 2nd and runs thru Sunday, May 5th. The hours are Friday 11 am - 7 pm, and on Saturday & Sunday it closes at 6 pm [art / $27 Students / $48 Regular & up to $108 Premiums at www.frieze.com].

* The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th. Details coming.

* There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

* Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Sunday - 5 Boro Bike Ride, TEFAF Art Show, Jane's Walks, Frieze Art Fair, Indian Art & Tribeca Film Festival ends

manhattan things to do manhattan* The photo at right shows a scene from an earlier year of the 5 Boro Bike Ride on the east side of Manhattan near the Queensboro Bridge. The bike ride and expo returned this weekend - see details above and below.

* The 5 Boro Bike Ride runs through all five boroughs is on Sunday, May 5th. For details go to www.bike.nyc.

* The Frieze Art Fair returned to Randall's Island on Thursday, May 2nd and runs thru Sunday, May 5th. The hours are Friday 11 am - 7 pm, and on Saturday & Sunday it closes at 6 pm [art / $27 Students / $48 Regular & up to $108 Premiums at www.frieze.com].

* The European Fine Art Foundation aka TEFAF Art Show runs from Thursday, May 2nd to Tuesday, May 7th at the Park Avenue Armory at 643 Park Avenue at East 66th Street on the UES. The hours are Thursday from 1 - 8 pm, Friday & Saturday from 12 noon to 8 pm, Sunday open until 6 pm, Monday until 8 pm and Tuesday until 6 pm. They offer special buyer / screening hours in the morning. Tickets are $55 / $25 and $75 for multiple visits [art / www.tefaf.com].

* This weekend the Municipal Art Society hosts Jane's Walks all over the city to point out ways in which different people, groups, businesses and government have contributed to making NYC a more liveable city. There are about 275 Janes Walks in the program, covering a wide range of themed subjects, led by knowledgeable volunteers, who lead the tours. The program is city-wide and was organized by the Municipal Arts Society beginning in 2011. Go www.mas.org/janes-walk-nyc/ to register and obtain details of each walk [free].

* The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th. Details coming.

* Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

MOSTLY DONE. ASTERISKED events have been updated.

A performance of Hearts on the Wall [45 mins] will begin at 7.30 pm at Dixon Place at 161 A Chrystie Street on the LES [comedy / $5 / www.dixonplace.org].

At MoMA at 11 West 53rd Street in Midtown there are several exhibits including TBD [thru 3/19 & 3/5/17] - [art / film - $25 / $18 / Free].

Anthology Film.

 

Week Beginning 5.6.19 - Evil Clowns

* Performances of an original work entitled Evil Clowns begins at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street at 8 pm Friday May 3rd [also Saturday May 4th | also May 10th & 11th]. They bill the work as, "IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy ... " [$17 / $15 / Member Calendar Things To Do].

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

* April / May 2019 - Click here for a listing of Manhattan Farmers Markets & Manhattan Street Fairs where you can find unique items and fresh foods. Click here for paid & free things to do Manhattan - free SummerStage concerts in Manhattan, free things to do Manhattan - free summer movies in Manhattan and free things to do Manhattan - free summer theater in Manhattan. Click here for Manhattan holiday markets & shopping and here for NYC New Years parties in Manhattan. Click here for late Valentines Day romantic restaurants in Manhattan.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Detective Itchyass by Smel E. Fyngars.


Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

Tribeca Film Festival began, Orthodox Easter Weekend, Passover ends, Sikh Parade, Native American Indian Art, Flatiron History Tour & Auto Show ends Sunday

manhattan things to do nycApril 26, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 60 through the weekend, while the temperature lows will be around 50 Friday and Saturday, dropping to around 40 on Sunday. Precipitation. There's a 100% chance of rain Friday afternoon / evening - estimated about 3/4 inch to an inch of rain. The rest of the weekend may be cloudy, but no rain is forecast [0 - 20%]. Winds will be about 10 - 15 mph throughout the weekend. The Humidity will be about 80% Friday, dropping into the 50% range throughout the rest of the weekend. Click for Manhattan Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right shows the Tribeca Film Festival last year at the main complex in Tribeca near the Holland Tunnel. The festival began Wednesday and runs through May 5th - see details below.

Enjoy yourself this weekend and go out to the Auto Show, the Tribeca Film Festival, a farmers market, movie, art or a street fair or walking tour this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Auto Show, American Indian Art, Tribeca Film Festival & Passover ends

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows a woman standing in the doorway of a Greek Orthodox church in NYC in an earlier year during the Good Friday Service. The Orthodox Greek Church re-enacts Christ carrying the cross through the streets on Good Friday, in a beautiful tradition which features a floral adorned casket called the epitafios.

The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th. Details coming.

The Auto Show began on Friday, April 19th, at the Javits Center at 655 West 34th Street at 11th Avenue in West Midtown. The Auto Show runs through Sunday, April 28th. Tickets are $17 adult / $7 child.

The Jewish celebration of Passover ends at sundown today.

There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Saturday - Sikh Parade, Auto Show, Tribeca Film Festival, Indian Art & Shopping

manhattan things to do nycPhoto / Opinion. The photo at right was taken last year at the closing event of the Tribeca Film Festival where they showed a documentary about the New York Times covering Donald Trump's first year in office, and Trump's denigration of real journalists and news, while promoting Rupert Murdoch's branded propaganda outlets [most notable are Fox Fake News & the NY Propaganda Post].

The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th. Details coming.

The Sikh Parade begins in Midtown at 11 am at 38th Street and Madison Avenue marching south to Madison Square Park between 23rd & 26th streets where there will be a fair that runs until 6 pm [parades].

The Auto Show began on Friday, April 19th, at the Javits Center at 655 West 34th Street at 11th Avenue in West Midtown. The Auto Show runs through Sunday, April 28th. Tickets are $17 adult / $7 child.

There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Sunday - Happy Orthodox Easter, Auto Show ends, Tribeca Film Festival continues, Indian Art & Flatiron Walking Tour

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows a scene from an earlier year of the NY Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center on the west side of Midtown. The show began Friday, April 19th and runs through Sunday, April 28th.

Sunday Eastern European Christianity celebrates Easter. Happy Easter.

The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th. Details coming.

The Auto Show began on Friday, April 19th, at the Javits Center at 655 West 34th Street at 11th Avenue in West Midtown. The Auto Show runs through Sunday, April 28th. Tickets are $17 adult / $7 child.

There's a Flatiron Walking Tour used to meet at 11 am at the southwest corner of Madison Square Park (in front of the William Seward statue) at 23rd Street and Broadway. EFFECTIVE 11/11/18 going forward - The tour will meet meet at the tip of the Flatiron Building, on 23rd Street just east of 5th Avenue. The tour lasts about 90 minutes. Visit flatirondistrict.nyc for more information [free / history].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows a car that looked a lot like the Batmobile from an earlier year of the NY Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center on the west side of Midtown. The show began Friday, April 19th and runs through Sunday, April 28th.


MOSTLY DONE. ASTERISKED events have NOT been updated.

* A performance of Hearts on the Wall [45 mins] will begin at 7.30 pm at Dixon Place at 161 A Chrystie Street on the LES [comedy / $5 / www.dixonplace.org].

* At MoMA at 11 West 53rd Street in Midtown there are several exhibits including TBD [thru 3/19 & 3/5/17] - [art / film - $25 / $18 / Free].

* Anthology Film.

 

Week Beginning 4.29.19 - Tribeca Film Fest continues, Bike New York Expo & Evil Clowns

The Tribeca Film Festival began on Wednesday, April 24th and continues through Sunday, May 5th.

Bike New York Expo runs on Friday and Saturday, May 4th & 5th, at Basketball City at 299 South Street in Manhattan. There's a Bike Blessing at St. John the Divine on the UWS in Manhattan on Saturday. And the 5 Boro Bike Ride runs through all five boroughs is on Sunday, May 5th.

Performances of an original work entitled Evil Clowns begins at the Producers Club at 358 West 44th Street at 8 pm Friday May 3rd [also Saturday May 4th | also May 10th & 11th]. They bill the work as, "IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy ... " [$17 / $15 / Member Calendar Things To Do].

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

April / May 2019 - Click here for a listing of Manhattan Farmers Markets & Manhattan Street Fairs where you can find unique items and fresh foods. Click here for paid & free things to do Manhattan - free SummerStage concerts in Manhattan, free things to do Manhattan - free summer movies in Manhattan and free things to do Manhattan - free summer theater in Manhattan. Click here for Manhattan holiday markets & shopping and here for NYC New Years parties in Manhattan. Click here for late Valentines Day romantic restaurants in Manhattan.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Detective Itchyass by Smel E. Fyngars.


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