FREE ACADEMY AWARDS SCREENING PARTY – 2/9 AT LITTLEFIELD

The skint’s annual Free Academy Awards Screening Party returns to littlefield on Sunday, February 9!

Make your way down our red carpet to the photo booth, talk about your outfit with our fashionista interviewers, settle in with a complimentary glass of champagne (RSVP required – limit one glass per person), and try your hand at predicting the winners with our online voting ballots (most correct picks wins a prize!). We’ll have themed-drink specials and free popcorn all night, and there’ll be food available for purchase from Parklife Taqueria.

Doors open at 6pm for you early birds, with the official red carpet pre-show coverage at 6:30pm, followed by the awards ceremony on the big screen at 8pm.

the skint presents:
Free Academy Awards Screening Party

Sunday, February 9
6pm doors, 6:30pm Red Carpet Pre-Show, 8pm Awards Show
littlefield
635 Sackett Street (between 3rd and 4th Avenues), Brooklyn
FREE admission: RSVP HERE to get a free glass of champagne
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/822358248225101/

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FRI-MON, 1/17-20: SKINT WEEKEND

here are your event listings through monday, martin luther king jr. day. scroll down to the ‘all weekend’ section to find events that occur all weekend (some start friday), including a major exhibition on stanley kubrick’s 2001: a space odyssey, the outsider art fair, vogue knitting live, film fests, and more.

friday

fri 10am-8pm (+ sat): get in on the action at the eighth annual black comic book festival, bringing together creators, indie publishers, and fans for two days of screenings, discussions, workshops, signings, vendors, and cosplay. schomburg center for research in black culture (harlem), free admission. >>

fri 6:30pm doors, 7pm show: who run the [comedy] world? find out at she makes me laugh, a comedy show spotlighting female comedians. tonight: mary beth barone (comedy central), chanel ali (girl code), sarah hartshorne (netflix), alise morales (our cartoon president), krystyna hutchinson (guys we f*cked), and more. a portion of proceeds from tonight’s show will go to australia’s new south wales rural fire service. caveat (les), $11 with promo code ‘skint’ (reg $15 adv, $20 door). >>

fri 7pm: make 2020 a year of self-love with feel it out: the guide to getting in touch with your goals, your relationships, and yourself, written by illustrator and mental health advocate jordan sondler. sondler will present the book tonight at books are magic (cobble hill) with artist/author adam j. kurtz (1 page at a time) and illustrator grace miceli (the new yorker). free admission. >>

fri 7pm (monthly): come out for the latest kweendom lgbtq comedy and storytelling show, featuring performances by whitney chanel clark (bravo), lauren maul (reductress), drew lausch (haus party), glo shantae butler, and anddy egan-thorpe. hosted by bobby hankinson. pete’s candy store (williamsburg), free (donations are welcome and will benefit immigration equality). >>

fri 7-10pm (+ sun 4-7pm): bushwick’s traditional okinawan karate of brooklyn (east williamsburg) offers a free self-defense class for lgbtq (fri) and woman-identifying (sun 4pm) participants, with community building and refreshments to follow. registration required. >>

fri 7:30pm: entertainers get analyzed at and that’s our time, a variety show where comedians perform in front of a licensed therapist and get evaluated based on their set. hosted by harris mayersohn and hanna dickinson. brooklyn comedy collective (williamsburg), $10. >>

fri 7:30pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): find out what they’re mixing up at the lab, a comedy show showcasing black performers doing new and experimental work. tonight: petey deabreu (comedy central), sonia denis (netflix), nick chambers (2 dope queens), courtney fearrington (sirius xm), lagina hill (ucb), and nonye brown west. hosted by kenice mobley. friends and lovers (crown heights), free. >>

fri 7:30pm doors, 8pm show: comedy show meets byob ice cream social at ample hills creamery’s stand up à la mode, featuring free ice cream and stand-up by frank liotti (hbo), ashley gavin (hulu), max fine (sirius xm), matty litwack, brittany carney, dan wickes, and samantha freeman. hosted by nicholas hopping. bonus: grab a front row seat for a free beer. ample hills creamery (gowanus), $10. >>

fri 8pm: bluegrass hip-hop group gangstagrass and ‘guerilla bluegrass’ quartet damn tall buildings play knitting factory (williamsburg). $18. >>

fri 8pm doors, 9pm show (+ sat): rock site sweet static celebrates its fourth anniversary with two nights of concerts at alphaville (bushwick), featuring bands big bliss, parlor walls, painted zeros, and free money (friday), and the wants, grim streaker, and essi (saturday). $10 adv, $12 dos. >>

fri 8:30pm: two funny roads diverge at comedy at the corner, with happy hour beer prices and jokes told by hari kondabolu (netflix), billy prinsell (comedy central), ashley gavin (hulu), jaffer khan (cbs), and maddie weiner. hosted by keegan steiner. hungry ghost (fort greene), $5. >>

fri 8:30pm (weekly): see what all the brew-ha-ha is about at the bitches brew comedy show, featuring stand-up by nathan macintosh (fallon), zain sharif (adult swim), courtney fearrington (sirius xm), maddie weiner, zach brazao, riley lassin, and nick alex. guest hosted by nicole conlan (colbert). the back room at halyards (gowanus), free (a tip jar will be passed around). >>

fri 9pm (+ 1/18): brooklyn academy of music’s bamcafé live performance series kicks off its 2020 season with performances curated by black rock coalition. friday: blak emoji w/ starchild + the new romantic; saturday: the 1865 w/ major taylor. bamcafé (fort greene), free. >>

fri 9pm: jalopy hosts their fourth annual dolly parton sing-along concert in honor of dolly’s 74th birthday. jalopy (carroll gardens/columbia street waterfront). $10. >>

sponsored

Tell me what you want, what you really really want! From Salt-N-Pepa to Spice Girls, From Madonna to Mary J Blige, from Annie Lennox to Alanis, the women take their rightful place front and center at MUSIC VIDEO TIME MACHINE PRESENTS: LADIES FIRST! Come bump your rump and get your caboose loose to the greatest music videos by female artists of the 80s and 90s! If you’ve been to our past Bell House music video parties, you know the deal, so get ready for an old-school throwback Saturday night you won’t soon forget! More info HERE.

Note: This event is not affilated with the skint’s annual “Ladies First” Planned Parenthood benefit at littlefield.

saturday

sat 10am, 11am: rise and roar at the annual women’s unity marches + rallies, starting at foley square (10am) and columbus circle (11am, enter at west 72nd street @ cpw) and ending in midtown.

sat 12-7pm: held at one of the first women-led, artist-run, nonprofit galleries in the country, a.i.r. gallery’s feminist + queer art book fair showcases publishers and book artists whose work prioritizes centers on feminist and queer histories. a.i.r. gallery (dumbo), free admission. >>

sat 7pm: choral chameleon vocal ensemble’s winter concert, ‘if i left the zoo,’ includes performances of works by leonard cohen, lennon + mccartney, laura nyro, and more. st. nicholas church (williamsburg), free admission. >>

sat 7-10pm: nightclub at the museum: roaring ‘20s: the new york historical society museum + library (uws) takes you back to the jazz age at a themed dance party complete with live music, caricaturists, a magician, a photo booth, and an open bar. $25. >>

sat 7pm doors, 7:30pm show (monthly): animators, cartoonists and other artists project their on-the-fly drawings of live comedian routines at the picture this! show. hosted by ian fidance. union hall (park slope), $8 adv, $10 door. >>

sat 7pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): mix and mingle with the local artist community at an arts on site performance party. byob or partake of the donation bar. 12 st. marks place (east village), $15 suggested donation. >>

sat 7pm doors, 8pm show: boston-based roots/folk musician dinty child and his band including guests josh ritter and isa burke plays littlefield (gowanus). $12. >>

sat 7:30pm (monthly): comedian and musician rob paravonian’s odd rock comedy hour brings music, comedy, sketch, video to q.e.d. (astoria). $10. >>

sat 7:30pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): a drinking game nyc casts actors in a live staged reading of a beloved 80s or 90s movie and turns the whole thing into– you guessed it, a drinking game. tonight, stumble with them through legally blonde. the bell house (gowanus), $18. >>

sponsored sat 10pm: from salt-n-pepa to spice girls, from madonna to mary j blige, from annie lennox to alanis, women take their rightful place front and center at music video time machine’s ‘ladies first!’ come bump your rump and get your caboose loose to the greatest music videos by female artists of the 80s and 90s! (note: this event is not affilated with the skint’s annual ‘ladies first’ planned parenthood benefit at littlefield.) the bell house front bar (gowanus), free. >>

sat 11:30pm: f*ck it up to the tempo at a party dedicated to the music of lizzo and billie eilish and more. the sultan room at the turk’s inn (bushwick), free before midnight with rsvp, $5 otherwise. >>

sat 11:45pm: things go bump in the night at the young adult friction indie/alternative dance party. the broadway (bushwick/bed-stuy), free. >>

sunday

sun 8am: cheer on the runners and get inspired at the new york road runners fred lebow half marathon in central park. >>

sun 1pm, 4pm (+ 1/22 7pm): vincente minnelli’s an american in paris (1951), starring gene kelly, leslie caron, and george and ira gershwin’s music and lyrics, returns to select theaters for two days. various prices. >>

sun 1:30pm doors, 2pm show: singer-songwriter and producer caroline polacheck comes to rough trade (williamsburg) for a solo keyboard set and signing ahead of her new album. free admission, $13.99-19.33 for a signed album. >>

sun 6:30pm-midnight: our wicked lady (bushwick) hosts a dirty jerz fest on the rooftop featuring seven bands, including haybaby, sharkmuffin, darkwing, smock, and more. $10. >>

sun 7pm doors, 7:30pm show: (weekly): this just in: news-themed alternative comedy show bad news returns with sets by joe pera (adult swim), martin urbano (comedy central), sam ruddy (full frontal with samantha bee), eudora peterson (the special without brett davis), and maurice licorish. hosted by carmen lagala, sam evans, brittany carney, and alex ptak. cherry tree (gowanus), $5. >>

sun 8pm: go ahead and let your hair down at the highlights, a comedy show in a hair salon. hosted by meaghan strickland (blonde), molly devane (redhead), and mary cella (brunette), with sets by ben katzner (keith and the girl), chanel ali (mtv), chris calogero (funny or die), kendall farrell (just come! comedy), and carolyn busa (side ponytail comedy). bonus: $3 beer. the cutloose (greenpoint), free ($5 suggested donation). >>

sun 8pm doors, 8:30pm show: bowie-elvis birthday bash: michael t and the vanities + the hound dogs perform their annual blowout tribute to birthday-sharers david bowie and elvis presley. arlene’s grocery (les), $15 adv, $20 dos. >>

sun 9pm doors, 9:30pm show (weekly): this week’s if you build it stand-up comedy show includes performances by lisa curry (the jim jefferies show), gary vider (conan), julia shiplett (comedy central), ryan schutt (gotham comedy live), raanan hershberg (laughs), opeyemi olagbaju (i love you america with sarah silverman), and lauren davis (viceland). hosted by alison leiby. ucb at subculture (noho), $9. >>

all weekend

fri thru 1/19: gain a few purls of wisdom at vogue knitting live, a multi-day affair of classes, vendors, fashion shows, art, and more yarn-related fun. new york marriott marquis (theater district), $20+ (classes + lectures extra). >>

fri thru 1/19: step out of the mainstream and into the 28th annual outsider art fair, showcasing works from 60 exhibitors with a focus on self-taught and alternative artists. metropolitan pavilion (chelsea), $30. >>

fri thru 1/20: get inspired to take action at cinematters: the ny social justice film festival, presenting six days of documentary and narrative films, workshops, and conversations, all centered on the themes of inequality, injustice, and social responsibility. jcc manhattan (uws), free-$18. >>

fri thru 1/23: origin stories: bertrand bonello’s footnotes to zombi child: as a warm-up to french filmmaker bertrand bonello’s zombi child, opening 1/24, the quad presents a series of bonello-picked titles that have inspired and informed it, including carrie, picnic at hanging rock, the exorcist, and more. quad cinema (greenwich village), $16 general, $13 seniors. >>

fri thru 1/26: chelsea repertory company and lab presents the e-merging artists 2020 one act play festival, bringing a dozen new one-act plays and solo performances to the theater 54 stage at shetler studios (midtown west). $20 general, $15 students. >>

fri thru 2/13: black women: trailblazing african american performers + images, 1920–2001, a screening series spotlighting over 80 years of trailblazing african american actresses and images in movies, opens at film forum (south village). $15 general, $11 seniors. >>

sat + sun 7pm: rule of 7×7: seven playwrights present 10-minute plays that had to follow seven rules. the tank (garment district), $15 admission includes a beer. >>

sat thru 7/19: envisioning stanley kubrick’s 2001: a space odyssey: the museum of the moving image (astoria) presents a major exhibition that explores the story, design, and visual effects of the 1968 landmark film, with original artifacts, a screening series, guest speakers, and themed workshops. $20 exhibition tickets include general museum admission. >>

monday

mon thru 6/8 (closed tuesdays + wednesdays): neue galerie hosts an exhibition devoted to austrian fashion and portrait photographer madame d’ora (dora kallmus), the largest ever presented in the united states. $25 general, $16 seniors, $12 students, free first fridays 5-8pm. >>

mon thru 2/2: the fire this time festival provides a platform for early-career playwrights of african and african-american descent to explore new directions for 21st century theater. the kraine theater (east village), free-$20. >>

mon thru 1/23: jerry o’connell, susie essman, terry crews, bd wong, lori tan chinn, retta, reno wilson, la roux, and others are among this week’s guests at tapings of the build series. build studios (greenwich village), free (rsvp). >>

mon various times: nine ways to celebrate martin luther king jr. day in nyc, including the brooklyn academy of music’s annual tribute, a walking tour of historic harlem, the 32nd annual commemorative march, and more. >>

mon 7pm: sondra sun-odeon, anni rossi, and vestments play saint vitus (greenpoint). $10. >>

mon 7:30pm: comedians talks about the books that gave them feelings (good and bad)) at the book report show. hosted by rebecca acevedo. qed (astoria), $5. >>

mon 7:30pm (weekly): satisfy your rap-etite at the freestyle comedy show, where the hosts kick things off with a battle on topics chosen by the audience. this week’s lineup includes matthew broussard (fallon), chike robinson (tbs), and ian fidance (comedy central). hosted by brendan gay, charles engle, and santiago angel. bonus: free pizza. the map room at the bowery electric (east village), free with rsvp, $5 without. >>

mon 7:30pm (weekly thru 3/30): laugh along with the drama at the bachelor watch parties, hosted by comedians jenny gorelick, katie jo, and dannie murphy at professor thom’s (east village). $5. >>

mon 7:30pm doors, 8:30pm show (monthly): star f*ckers, a comedy show about astrology, returns with a lineup of comedians born under the current zodiac. tonight’s all-capricorn edition is hosted by melissa stokoski, karolena theresa, brian bahe, and lizzie martinez. union hall (park slope), $8 adv, $10 dos. >>

mon 7:30pm doors, 8pm show (weekly): the butterboy comedy show, helmed by jo firestone, aparna nancherla, and maeve higgins with dj donwill, returns with stand-up by hari kondabolu (netflix), chloe radcliffe (tbs ‘comic to watch’), jess salomon (fallon), ismael loutfi (kimmel), and more. littlefield (gowanus), $10. >>

mon 8pm (weekly): the savage comedy show returns to german restaurant + bar black forest (cobble hill) with performances by matt koff (comedy central), kat radley (the daily show), youngmi mayer (vulture), irene merrow (reductress), emma vernon (refinery29), glo shantae butler (tony‘s ‘lgbt comedians you should know’), and dekunle somade (cry baby). hosted by hoff matthews, lizzie martinez, and melissa rocha. bonus: chances to win free drinks with email rsvp. free admission. >>

mon 9pm (monthly): twins max and nicky weinbach’s vintage basement music and comedy show features performers mark normand (fallon), shane torres (conan), marie faustin (broad city), alex english (the rundown with robin thede), and brandon daniel garner. under st. marks theater (east village), $7 adv, $10 door. >>

looking for more? check our website for a list of more than 40 ongoing events. >>

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THURS, 1/16: GIANT PEACOCK IN ROCK CENTER, CINEMATTERS, VOGUE KNITTING LIVE, + 15 FRI EVENTS

around town today

ongoing (open thursdays thru sundays): a free indoor skate park has opened in bushwick. >>

just added: thru 3/31: another set of illuminated, sound-generating seesaws (that you can ride!) has been installed at seaport square next to pier 17. free. >>

thru 1/26: chelsea repertory company and lab presents the e-merging artists 2020 one act play festival, bringing a dozen new one-act plays and solo performances to the theater 54 stage at shetler studios (midtown west). $20 general, $15 students. >>

thru 1/20: get inspired to take action at cinematters: the ny social justice film festival, presenting six days of documentary and narrative films, workshops, and conversations, all centered on the themes of inequality, injustice, and social responsibility. jcc manhattan (uws), free-$18 (opening night $36). >>

thru 1/19: gain a few purls of wisdom at vogue knitting live, a multi-day affair of classes, vendors, fashion shows, art, and more yarn-related fun. classes run thurs-sun, the marketplace is open fri-sun. new york marriott marquis (theater district), $20+ (classes + lectures extra). >>

thru 1/19: step out of the mainstream and into the 28th annual outsider art fair, showcasing works from 60 exhibitors with a focus on self-taught and alternative artists. metropolitan pavilion (chelsea), $30 fri-sun ($50 vernissage admission thursday). >>

just added: today until ?: a giant peacock, made of flowers and shrubbery as a promotional installation for nbc’s new streaming service, has been installed at rockefeller center. >>

6-8pm (on view thru 3/21): international print center new york’s new prints exhibition, homebody, features works by 31 artists from 6 countries whose work explores relationships between personal and domestic structures. opening reception and talks tonight. international print center new york (chelsea), free. >>

6-9pm (monthly): explore the lic art scene after-hours at this month’s lic gallery night, where nine galleries and art spaces will keep their doors open late. free admission. >>

6pm doors 6:30pm show: professor and legal scholar david a. harris discusses his new book, a city divided: race, fear, and the law in police confrontations, which examines police brutality through the lens of an incident that occurred in harris’s hometown of pittsburgh. harris will be joined in conversation by lauren-brooke eisen and ángel díaz of nyu’s brennan center for justice. nyu school of law (greenwich village), free. >>

6:30-9pm: pore over some page-turning art at the center for book arts winter exhibitions opening reception. center for book arts (flatiron), free. >>

7pm: call me by your name author andré aciman presents the book’s recently released sequel, find me, followed by a signing. the national arts club (gramercy), free admission (book price tba). >>

7pm doors, 7:30pm show: chris gethard presents goes irl for cgp all stars, a live showcase of comedians from the weekly public access show, including tommy mcnamara, annie donley, and clare o’kane. hosted, of course, by chris gethard. union hall (park slope), $10. >>

7-9pm: (on view thru 1/23): cp projects space at the school of visual arts presents ‘femmephilia,’ a group exhibition featuring six artists whose work envisions femininity as a source of power and community, rather than a patriarchal image of frailty and frivolity. opening reception tonight. cp projects space at sva (chelsea), free. >>

7pm doors, 7:30pm show: music for enophiles, a band dedicated to playing brian eno’s solo recordings from 1974-1977, plays the bowery electric (east village). $12 adv. >>

8pm (weekly): unplug at the airplane mode comedy show, featuring stand-up by rojo perez (conan), lisa curry (nbc), dan wilbur (ifc), andrew durso, and ashley hamilton. hosted by geoffrey asmus, ben katzner, rohan padhye, and aimee rose ranger. cherry tree (park slope/gowanus), free. >>

8pm: strange ranger, friendship, and water from your eyes play alphaville (bushwick). $10 adv, $12 dos. >>

8:30pm (monthly): word weavers adam wade, leslie goshko, and will clegg share true stories about cheating at this month’s ‘tales of cheating’ edition of the nights of our lives storytelling show. hosted by david martin. magnet theater (chelsea), $7. >>

8:30pm doors, 9pm show (monthly): saurin choksi and dj sareen present the brown privilege comedy show, with performances by julia shiplett (comedy central), jaffer khan (cbs), diego lopez (mtv), karen chee (seth meyers), yedoye travis (comedy central), and karolena theresa (handmaid’s tale: the musical). friends and lovers (crown heights), free ($5 suggested donation). >>

9pm doors, 9:30pm show (monthly): life is a vocabaret at the pun-ch up: a variety show for word lovers, where a lineup of nyc punderdome champs will fill your night with word games, anagrams, etymological deep-dives, and more. hosted by sam corbin (buzzfeed), tim donnelly (hq trivia), jerzy gwiazdowski (2019 o. henry punniest in show winner), ally spier (reductress), and nikolai vanyo. caveat (les), $10 adv, $12 door. >>

10pm: get cheeky at the bootylicious destiny’s child/beyoncé-themed dirty thursday dance party. house of yes (bushwick), free. >>

looking for more? check our website for a list of more than 40 ongoing events. >>

coming up

1/17-2/13: black women: trailblazing african american performers + images, 1920 – 2001, a screening series spotlighting over 80 years of trailblazing african american actresses and images in movies, opens at film forum (south village). $15 general, $11 seniors. >>

1/17-23: origin stories: bertrand bonello’s footnotes to zombi child: as a warm-up to french filmmaker bertrand bonello’s zombi child, opening 1/24, the quad presents a series of bonello-picked titles that have inspired and informed it, including carrie, picnic at hanging rock, the exorcist, and more. quad cinema (greenwich village), $16 general, $13 seniors. >>

1/17-18: get in on the action at the eighth annual black comic book festival, bringing together creators, indie publishers, and fans for two days of screenings, discussions, workshops, signings, vendors, and cosplay. schomburg center for research in black culture (harlem), free admission. >>

1/17 6:30pm doors, 7pm show: who run the [comedy] world? find out at she makes me laugh, a comedy show spotlighting female comedians. tonight: mary beth barone (comedy central), chanel ali (girl code), sarah hartshorne (netflix), alise morales (our cartoon president), krystyna hutchinson (guys we f*cked), and more. a portion of proceeds from tonight’s show will go to australia’s new south wales rural fire service. caveat (les), $11 with promo code ‘skint’ (reg $15 adv, $20 door). >>

1/17 7pm: make 2020 a year of self-love with feel it out: the guide to getting in touch with your goals, your relationships, and yourself, written by illustrator and mental health advocate jordan sondler. sondler will present the book tonight at books are magic (cobble hill) with artist/author adam j. kurtz (1 page at a time) and illustrator grace miceli (the new yorker). free admission. >>

1/17 7pm (monthly): come out for the latest kweendom lgbtq comedy and storytelling show, featuring performances by whitney chanel clark (bravo), lauren maul (reductress), drew lausch (haus party), glo shantae butler, and anddy egan-thorpe. hosted by bobby hankinson. pete’s candy store (williamsburg), free (donations are welcome and will benefit immigration equality). >>

1/17 7-10pm (+ 1/19 4-7pm): bushwick’s traditional okinawan karate of brooklyn (east williamsburg) offers a free self-defense class for lgbtq (fri) and woman-identifying (sun 4pm) participants, with community building and refreshments to follow. registration required. >>

1/17 7:30pm: entertainers get analyzed at and that’s our time, a variety show where comedians perform in front of a licensed therapist and get evaluated based on their set. hosted by harris mayersohn and hanna dickinson. brooklyn comedy collective (williamsburg), $10. >>

1/17 7:30pm doors, 8pm show (monthly): find out what they’re mixing up at the lab, a comedy show showcasing black performers doing new and experimental work. tonight: petey deabreu (comedy central), sonia denis (netflix), nick chambers (2 dope queens), courtney fearrington (sirius xm), lagina hill (ucb), and nonye brown west. hosted by kenice mobley. friends and lovers (crown heights), free. >>

1/17 7:30pm doors, 8pm show: comedy show meets byob ice cream social at ample hills creamery’s stand up à la mode, featuring free ice cream and stand-up by frank liotti (hbo), ashley gavin (hulu), max fine (sirius xm), matty litwack, brittany carney, dan wickes, and samantha freeman. hosted by nicholas hopping. bonus: grab a front row seat for a free beer. ample hills creamery (gowanus), $10. >>

1/17 8pm: bluegrass hip-hop group gangstagrass and ‘guerilla bluegrass’ quartet damn tall buildings play knitting factory (williamsburg). $18. >>

1/17: 8pm doors, 9pm show (+ 1/18): rock site sweet static celebrates its fourth anniversarywith two nights of concerts at alphaville (bushwick), featuring bands big bliss, parlor walls, painted zeros, and free money (friday), and the wants, grim streaker, and essi (saturday). $10 adv, $12 dos. >>

1/17 8:30pm: two funny roads diverge at comedy at the corner, with happy hour beer prices and jokes told by hari kondabolu (netflix), billy prinsell (comedy central), ashley gavin (hulu), jaffer khan (cbs), and maddie weiner. hosted by keegan steiner. hungry ghost (fort greene), $5. >>

1/17 8:30pm (weekly): see what all the brew-ha-ha is about at the bitches brew comedy show, featuring stand-up by nathan macintosh (fallon), zain sharif (adult swim), courtney fearrington (sirius xm), maddie weiner, zach brazao, riley lassin, and nick alex. guest hosted by nicole conlan (colbert). the back room at halyards (gowanus), free (a tip jar will be passed around). >>

1/17 9pm (+ 1/18): brooklyn academy of music’s bamcafé live performance series kicks off its 2020 season with performances curated by black rock coalition. friday: blak emoji w/ starchild + the new romantic; saturday: the 1865 w/ major taylor. bamcafé (fort greene), free. >>

1/17 9pm: jalopy hosts their fourth annual dolly parton sing-along concert in honor of dolly’s 74th birthday. jalopy (carroll gardens/columbia street waterfront). $10. >>

ticket deals

rsvp for free tickets to the red carpet premiere for the rhythm section, starring blake lively, jude law, and sterling k. brown, at the brooklyn academy of music’s bam rose cinemas (fort greene), on 1/27 at 7:30pm. first come, first served. limited number available. >>

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