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Pick of the Week

FREE – Super Bowl Party: New Orleans Style Neely’s Barbecue Parlor

1125 1st Ave.

February 3rd

5 p.m.


Wish you could be in New Orleans for the 2013 Super Bowl? Neely’s Barbecue Parlor is offering you the next best thing! Head on up to the Upper East Side to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in style. With flat-screen TVs everywhere, delicious New Orleans specialty snacks made just for you and half-priced wings and beer at your disposal, you will be more than happy watching the game just where you are.

Friday, February 1

Not Your Average Sample Fritz Hansen

22 Wooster St.

9 a.m.


The premium Danish furniture store The Republic of Fritz Hansen is holding its first sale of sample and overstock merchandise at reduced prices. Keep in mind: Only credit card payments are accepted, all sales are final and customers are responsible for picking up their purchases the same day. Sales like this don’t come around very often, so don’t miss out!
Power of the Pop The Cake Shop

152 Ludlow St.

7 p.m.



The Cake Shop is a multifaceted establishment that combines a cafe, a record store and a music bar into one solid being. Come see young bands from Brooklyn to Montreal (and everywhere in between) play their hearts out in the name of rock n roll.

Saturday, February 2

FREE: Artopia! The Anderson School

100 W. 77th St.

11 a.m.


Wingspan Arts is proud to present the fifth annual Artopia, a free family arts festival that focuses on interactive art. In just three hours, you and your family will have the opportunity to take workshops in fields such as visual arts and puppetry, watch incredible performances by Wingspan Arts students, get your face painted or make balloon animals, and snack on delicious baked goods from the bake sale.
FREE: Let It R&B Groove

125 MacDougal St.

7:30 p.m.


Head on over to Groove to hear Dana Holness, praised for her versatility and uniqueness, amaze you with her interpretation and execution of soul music.

Sunday, February 3

Brides Against Breast Cancer Manhattan Penthouse on Fifth Avenue

80 5th Ave.

11 a.m.

$20 – $40

This wedding-gown sale is a bride’s dream come true! Not only will you save a lot of money on the gown of your dreams, you will be helping the fight against the cancer that is most commonly diagnosed in women. To sign up for the sale and “Unveiling of the Gowns” reception, go to
Dark and Deadpan Whitney Museum of American Art

945 Madison Ave.

11 a.m.

Free – $18

What makes something popular? In the 1960s, one could argue that television and film had an immense influence on popular art and culture. The exhibit “Dark and Deadpan” unveils rarely seen advertisements and films from household names like Andy Warhol and Sherman Prince that all share a common bond in the name of Pop.

Monday, February 4

Ladies First Access Theater

380 Broadway

7:30 p.m.

$15 – $20

Project Y is excited to kick off its second annual New York New Playwright Festival with Michole Biancosino’s Before & After, a saga of women and time shown in a part theater/part video form that will surely entertain.
TACT presents the Original ‘Broadway’ Scholastic Auditorium

557 Broadway

7 p.m.

$20 – $100

Phillip Dunning and George Abbott’s Broadway, a 1926 play that depicts life in NYC during the Prohibition, will be returning to the stage for the first time since its original run in a concert benefit performance.

Tuesday, February 5

All Is Fair in Love and Science Drom

85 Avenue A

7 p.m.


How many love stories have you heard where the scientist gets the girl? “The Story Collider: Love & Science” is an event that strives to push aside the stereotype that scientists do not feel or love. Come hear scientists, half-scientists and non-scientists open up about how science not only affects their lives, but matters of the heart as well.
FREE: A Cycle Down Memory Lane Cornelia Street Cafe

29 Cornelia St.

5:30 p.m.

Thomas R. Pryor is inviting you to view “New York Scenes From a Bicycle”, a photo exhibit taken from Pryor’s own experiences. Ride with Pryor (and his father) past streetscapes and skylines of years passed dating back to the 1960s. You will be sure to find a masterful blend of love, memory and passion in each photo.

Wednesday, February 6

Chocolate and Cherry Beer Tasting The Village Pourhouse

64 3rd Ave.

7 p.m.


Ages: 21+

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what better way to get in the spirit than with a nice bottle of … beer! is inviting you to listen to the history of brewing while tasting raspberry, blueberry, cherry and chocolate flavored brews guaranteed to warm your soul. One ticket grants you admission and a beer flight and chocolate pairing that will leave you in a loving mood.
FREE: Liar’s League KGB Bar

85 E. 4th St.

7 p.m.


Experience literary works come to life through oral readings from professional actors. Short stories by writers both established and promising are selected to be read aloud, published online, recorded and be available free of charge on iTunes. As each Liars’ League NYC show is themed, you will always experience something new and different! Come see what it is this time.

Thursday, February 7

FREE: Fashion Week Kicks Off Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

10 a.m.

You may not be able to get tickets for the Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion week, but it can’t hurt to be in the area. Who knows who you might spot outside of Lincoln Center while shows for BCBG Max Azria, Candela and Kenneth Cole are going on?
‘The Firsts’ Step Access Theater

380 Broadway

7:30 p.m.

$15 – $20

Next stop for the New York New Playwright Festival is The Firsts, a play that depicts, in their own words, the journeys of distinguished African-American women such as Sojourner Truth, Aretha Franklin and Oprah Winfrey who broke down doors in the face of great hardship.