Upcoming Events near New York, NY



Benefit for Lisa Nappi

EGP Oceanside

April 22, 2:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.

Lisa Nappi, a Molloy graduate who earned her Bachelors and Masters degrees at Molloy, was a member of the Equestrian team, and the graduate representative for Speech Pathology, was recently diagnosed with a rare malignant brain tumor. Her family has set up a go fund me page to support her medical care costs. The link is below, along with more information. Please keep Lisa in your thoughts and prayers. https://www.gofundme.com/help-lisa-fight-her-brain-tumor



ACLU Presents Tangerine

House of Wax

April 25, 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

An ACLU documentary short will precede TANGERINE, followed by a discussion (panelists TBA). A breakout hit at Sundance in 2015, director Sean Baker and co-writer Chris Bergoch met their two transgender leads near the Donut Time in the LA neighborhood where TANGERINE is set and collaborated with them and other transgender sex workers to create the movie’s richly detailed, trash-talking characters and for its technical innovation; the film was shot entirely on several iPhone 5S cameras (with a prototype adapter lens). About the short: An intimate portrait of Kimberly and Kai Shappley: a mother rejecting her community’s beliefs as her transgender daughter navigates life at school, where she’s been banned from the girls’ bathroom. Director Daresha Kyi (Chavela), currently a Firelight Media Documentary Lab fellow, writes and directs film and television in Spanish and English, and has produced television for FX, WE, AMC, Telemundo, and others. Produced by the ACLU and Little by Little Films. This short is one of a series of three character-led films about transgender civil rights directed by LGBTQ+ filmmakers, produced by an inclusive and majority-LGBTQ+ production teams, and informed by a panel of transgender advisors. The ACLU champions transgender people’s right to be themselves. For more information or to get in touch, visit: https://www.aclu.org/issues/lgbt-rights/transgender-rights A minimum of $1 per ticket sold to this series will be donated to the ACLU.



Kevin Geeks Out About Mad Science @Alamo Drafthouse in BK

House of Wax

April 26, 7:45p.m. - 9:45p.m.

They called him insane… but comedian Kevin Maher will prove them all wrong with this multi-media variety show celebrating Mad Science in pop culture. It’s a night of brains in jars, experimental serums, unstable lasers, test-subject gorillas and an ambitious procedure that might just overcome death as we know it. With co-host TENEBROUS KATE (from the podcast BAD BOOKS FOR BAD PEOPLE) See why SyFy.com called Kevin an “insane genius” and BestNewYorkComedy.com called Kevin Geeks Out “one of the best shows in NYC.” with special guests: Becky Munich (Graphic designer and Illustrator, The Occult Activity Books) Kristen Korvette (author, Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive) John Cribbs (Head writer, ThePinkSmoke.com) and making his debut appearance Richard Harland Smith (Video Watchdog, Turner Classic Movies) Tickets are on sale now.



Y Tu Mama Tambien Chef Dinner

House of Wax

May 2, 6:30p.m. - 9:00p.m.

We are thrilled to present the film with a Mexican-inspired menu created by our executive chef Ronnie New, with drink pairings from beverage director Vincent Favella. An early film by director Alfonso Cuarón (GRAVITY, CHILDREN OF MEN) starring Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna, Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN is the story of Julio and Tenoch, seventeen year olds who have had a long friendship despite their different backgrounds. Bidding farewell to their traveling girlfriends, the sex-obsessed duo are thrilled when they meet the older Luisa. Facing a crucial moment in her life, Luisa is game to drop everything and drive with the boys in search of Boca del Cielo, a remote beach of their invention. The ensuing road trip is filled with drunkenness, chance encounters and bad sex. A smash-hit when it was released in 2002, Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN has been somewhat overshadowed by the later successes of Cuarón, García Bernal and Luna, but remains one of the best films in each of their careers. MENU Course 1 Crab Ceviche blood orange, avocado, tostada Paired with: Frozen Prickly Pear Margarita Course 2 Quesadilla con Chicharron pork belly, blue corn, queso Oaxaca Paired with: Vago Mezcal Elote + smoked Sangrita Course 3 Red and Green Snapper fresh tortilla, lime Paired with: Tecate, Lager, Mexico, 4.5% Course 4 Churro chocolate-espresso sauce Paired with: The Drink of the Gods (Horchata with Rum)



Here To Be Heard: The Story of the Slits With Live Q&A

House of Wax

May 5, 10:00p.m. - 1:00a.m.

Director William Badgley and The Slits founder Palmolive in person for Q&A! HERE TO BE HEARD: THE STORY OF THE SLITS tells the story of the young women pioneers of the mid-70’s Punk era from a female point of view. Contemporaries of The Clash and Sex Pistols and the pioneering godmothers of the musical movement known as "Punky Reggae", it runs from the bands’ inception in 1976 to its’ end in 2010, coinciding with the death of lead vocalist, Ari Up. Including interviews with Don Letts (former Slits manager / Punk documentarian), Viv Albertine (Slits guitarist), Ari Up (Slits vocalist), Palmolive (Slits founder / first drummer), Tessa Pollitt (Slits bass player), Vivien Goldman (NYU's Punk professor), Dennis Bovell (producer of The Slits album CUT), Paul Cook (Sex Pistols drummer), Gina Birch (Raincoats bass player), and many more, it is also your chance to see previously unseen footage and recordings of the band.



Mark & Jay Duplass present Like Brothers at Alamo Drafthouse

House of Wax

May 7, 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

Books Are Magic and Alamo Drafthouse are excited to present an evening with beloved writers, directors, producers, actors, and brothers Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass! For the first time, indie film and TV stalwarts Mark and Jay Duplass take readers on a tour of their lifelong partnership in their new memoir, Like Brothers, told in essays that share the secrets of their success, the joys and frustrations of intimate collaboration, and the lessons they’ve learned the hard way. Join Mark and Jay as they talk about the book, including a screening of their short film This Is John and an episode of their HBO series, Togetherness. Each ticket includes 1 copy of Like Brothers. This event will take place at Alamo Drafthouse, 445 Albee Square, in Brooklyn, NY. GET TICKETS HERE: https://drafthouse.com/nyc/show/the-duplass-brothers-in-conversation



Live Music with Phil Smith

EGP Oceanside

May 11, 8:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.



Hearth and Tap Co

Hearth & Tap Co

May 13, 12:00a.m.

Join us on May 13th for Mothers Day Brunch. Now accepting reservations for brunch and dinner Brunch 11am and 1pm seatings Great selection of lunch and bunch items from our kitchen and wood oven. Bottomless brunch cocktails All day kids menu Dinner shall begin at 3pm



Mother's Day Brunch

Franklin Steakhouse

May 13, 12:00p.m. - 4:30p.m.

Join Us for Mother's Day Brunch. All You Can Eat with Bottomless Bloody Mary's & Mimosas! Seatings at 12 & 2:45 No Guarantee on Private Seating for Tables Under 8 People