the wafles and dinges yellow truck
7th Ave btw Carroll & President in
Park Slope parked in front of Keyfood.
They're really delicious so stop by and treat yourself!
(the Waffle-Guy tells me they WILL come out in the rain
Saturday but if it gets REALLY bad they will go home and be in
Williamsburg (Bedford), between North 7th and
North 8th Sunday, 9.7 from 10 am - 5pm.)
liege cinammon royal
the list goes on...
check out the menu on their website!
The wafels & dinges truck parks itself in front of Keyfood in Park Slope,
the first Saturday of each month. Check out their blog
for other scheduled locations.
365 FIFTH AVE
BROOKLYN, NY 11215
Iconic Relations: The 120 Series
Evan Laurence debuts his exciting new series of iconic imagery and
figural surrealism. Come see Evan's new, important works while
enjoying a glass of wine and tasty edibles.
September 11, 2008
The Gallery at RIOT! Media
545 Fifth Avenue, 2nd Floor
Entrance on 45th Street in Manhattan
For more info please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sag Harbor, NY
Parade at 10 a.m. down Main Street
photo: sag harbor chamber of commerce
Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce at 725-0011.
All along 7th Avenue, from Flatbush Avenue to 16th Street, your favorite restaurants, and perhaps a few you haven't yet discovered, will be sampling some of their signature dishes. All the samples are free, so bring your friends and your appetite.
For a complete list of participating restaurants, and for more information, please send an email to Buyinbrookyn@gmail.com, or call 718-303-4364.
In Conflict the play that brings to theatrical life the unheard
voices and the personal experiences of American Iraq War
veterans speaking out on duty and loss. Winner of the prestigious
Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Festival, the show opens
at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival tomorrow --
before it opens at Culture Project September 18!
Don't miss the play that depicts 15 veterans' fight to stay alive
in their own unforgettable words, up close and fiercely personal.
Tickets only $35!
Plus two other ways to save!
$25 for preview tickets (September 18 - 23)
A special $15 student rate, available online, by phone, and at the box office!
BUY YOUR TICKETS: CALL 212-352-3101 or CLICK HERE!
NEW YORK MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL IS HERE
FROM SEPTEMBER 15 - OCTOBER 5
NYMF Single Tickets On Sale September 1!
Highlights for 2008 include Bonnie & Clyde: A Folktale by Tony-nominated actor Hunter Foster; To Paint the Earth, inspired by first-hand accounts of the Warsaw Ghetto's Jewish Underground; A Puppet Musical Thing, NYMF's first-ever puppet slam; and Prozak & The Platypus, a CD release party/concert by acclaimed singer/songwriter Jill Sobule.
Individual Festival tickets are $20. For further information, scheduling and ticketing, please go to www.nymf.org or call 212-352-3101.
by Tea Alagic
Internationally-acclaimed Romanian playwright, poet, and journalist Saviana Stanescu brings us a dark comedy about a clown from the unhappiest country in the world, Moldova, who pins her hopes on a US work visa by creating balloon animals. Chased by Homeland Security, a deportation letter deflates her enthusiasm, and a pair of spike heels might be all it takes to burst her American Dream. This world premiere production will be directed by award-winning theater artist and Bosnian émigré Tea Alagic.
September 22-October 26, 2008 at the Julia Miles Theater (424 W 55, betw 9/10)
WP FRIENDS SAVE OVER 24% OFF THE REGULAR $42 PRICE!!!
To get your $30 ticket: 1. Click www.broadwayoffers.com and enter code AL4FRND;
2. Call 212-947-8844 and mention code AL4FRND
Written by Ronan Noone (named Best Young Playwright by Boston Magazine,) The Atheist is a bawdy, raucous, one-man tour-de-force that stars one of the most exciting actors of our time!
In The Atheist, Campbell Scott (whose numerous film credits include The Secret Lives of Dentists, Roger Dodger, and ABC's "Six Degrees") plays Augustine Early, a crooked journalist who'll do anything -- exploitation, blackmail, you name it! -- to make front-page news. When Augustine turns a prominent local politician's tawdry and illegal habits into front- page news, the scandal threatens to destroy the one person he thought was immune -- himself.
Performances start October 7 at the Barrow Street Theater (27 Barrow Street) in the West Village.
We're offering friends of Culture Project a special opportunity to buy tickets at only $35 (tickets regularly $45), but you must act quickly!
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CRITICS AGREE THE ATHEIST IS A MUST-SEE PRODUCTION!
"...deeply, painfully funny." Boston Globe
"Campbell Scott delivers a beguiling and taut performance" CurtainUp
"...a gripping character study ...The Atheist is the must see hit of this festival season." Berkshire Review
"A riveting evening!" Berkshire Fine Arts
Written by Ronan Noone. Directed by Justin Waldman. Photo: T. Charles Erickson
55 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10013