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Bowery Poetry Club

Main Squeeze Brings the Russians to Bowery Poetry

According to neighborhood lore, ten years ago Walter Kühr, the German-born owner of the Main Squeeze Accordion shop on Essex Street, had a dream that he was conducting an all-female accordion orchestra. Not just any all-female accordion orchestra, but...

Mr. Lower East Side Pageant Back at Bowery Poetry Club

Downtown's favorite elf-eared art star, Saint Reverend Jen, will be hosting the 12th Annual "Mr. Lower East Side Pageant" at The Bowery Poetry Club this evening. (Locally) renowned contestants will participate in a one-minute talent competition, as well as...

Skits N’ Tits Back at Bowery Poetry Club Tonight

The wacky and talented ladies of Skits 'N' Tits are back at the Bowery Poetry Club tonight, promising a night of comedy, burlesque and booze. They write (via facebook): This Month, we welcome our new host, Mr. Lower East...

Urban Poetry Slam Features Barbara Fant Tonight

This week's Urban Poetry Slam at the Bowery Poetry Club features Women’s Black Pearl Poetry Grand Slam 2008 winner Barbara Font.  Preceding the slam, Font will also be the featured poet for The WordShop at 6:00pm. The WordShop is...

Burlesque, Firefighters and Drag – All on the L.E.S.

If you aren't planning on attending the "Rescue Me" Fireman Singles Party at R-Bar tonight, there are a couple other lascivious events happening that might pique your interest: Inbred Hybrid Collective is back at Parkside Lounge with their "Bookclub Burlesque"....

Top Performer and Slam Scholar Come Together at Bowery Poetry Club

There should be some sparks at tonight's evening of "Page Meets Stage" at the Bowery Poetry Club. National Poetry Slam Champion Regie Gibson (regarded as one of the best performance poets in the world) will meet author and scholar...

Weekend Arts & Entertainment

The LA-based experimental pop duo, No Age, will perform their original score for Jean-Jacques Annaud’s 1989 film The Bear tonight at 7:00pm at The New Museum. The museum writes, "Annaud’s nearly wordless tale of an orphaned bear...

Weekend Arts & Entertainment

For parents who don't want to be "cringing at the Fringe" with their kids, make sure to check out FringeJR. It's the festivals shows for families and includes age-appropriate recommendations. You can often meet the cast at events...

Arts Watch

In between your Fringe Festival shows, be sure to catch Alex Passapera's first solo exhibit Feral, at White Rabbit (145 E. Houston between Forsyth & Eldridge) showing now through Sept. 7th.  Alex does ink prints evoking our...
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Lower East Side Arts and Events

A few upcoming events that caught our eye this week: "The Village! A Disco Daydream" returns to Dixon Place for...
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