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4.03.2008

happenings

The Hamptons Restaurant Week ending Sunday, April 6th.
presented by WordHampton PR

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Leslie Pintchik
jazz pianist & composer

Friday, April 4th

Village Café, 8:30 PM - 11:30 PM
143 Parkway Road, Bronxville, NY
(914) 337-3351
w/Scott Hardy-bass, Mark Dodge-drums

Saturday, April 5th
Watercolor Café, 9:00 PM - 12:00 PM
2094 Boston Post Rd, Larchmont, NY
w/Scott Hardy-bass, Mark Dodge-drums

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ASHAWAGH HALL
East Hampton

VIII + 1 = 9 Artists
Open to public Saturday & Sunday
April 5th-6th 12 – 9

Opening reception is Saturday 5 – 9pm

The artists are:
Jim Hayden, Jana Hayden,
Ruth Rogers-Altmann, Joan Kraisky,
Michael Knigin, Ruth Nasca,
Frank Sofo, Setha Low, Heim Mizrahi

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Evan Laurence's Sexahol Revue
Sunday, April 6, 7-9pm
Spike Hill
184 & 186 Bedford Avenue
Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Starring:
Evan Laurence-does a little puppetry and a bit of improv!
David F. Slone-does the same, but also sings something swell!
Robert Anton-will literally make you melt with his dynamite voice!
Clams Casino-strips with artistic flair!
Ron Morris-sings his and your pants off!
and
Angela Harriell-will have her singing debut with a humorous song!
How to get there:
Take any train to 14th Street in Manhattan-change for the L train, stay in
the back, get off at Bedford Avenue, go up the stairs and across the street)
This show is
FREE (but we do pass around a tip bucket)

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Deborah Mills Woodcarving
April 18 - 20, 2008
Appearing at the New England Historic Home Show in Sturbridge, MA
where she will demonstrate woodcarving.
A demo video from a recent woodcarving exhibition
can be seen on her website.

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TheMarketNYC opens a new space in the heart of the West Village, every Saturday, starting April 12, 2008. They are looking for individuals that create their own art, photographers, and crafts people that make small items such as artsy pillows, lamps, glass, ceramics and would like to sell it to the general public.

This particular space is targeting young artists that produce their own work and don’t know where to sell it.

TheMarketNYC truly believes that this new location will develop into a profitable business for those designers and artists who are focused, determined and possess a sound knowledge of today’s consumer.

Their mission is to create another unique and successful “Market”, and they urge you to take advantage of this new space and target a new buying audience in the West Village.

Both TheMarketNYC and the new space will be managed by Alex Pabon, and all reservations will be done through their website on a first-come-first-served basis. If you have questions please talk to Alex.
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