Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Holiday Fun Right Here at Home!

SUNDAY - DECEMBER 18th! -
last minute shopping & music!

here in Jackson Heights


1st Annual POP UP SHOP Craft Fair-
One Day Only
UNIQUE GIFTS

10 am to 2pm.

La Boina Restaurant
at 77-05 37th Avenue

is hosting a



POP UP HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR

for all you last minute shoppers!

Neighborhood Artisans are sharing
their best for the fest!


La Boina will soon be called Soraya's Restaurant and she was featured here on ABC NEWS!

BE SURE TO VISIT OTHER LOCAL SHOPS LIKE RUDY VOLCANO, TABLE WINE & INNER PEACE

for Great Holiday Items...















THEN ENJOY A LOCAL CONCERT TOO!

ANNUAL HOLIDAY CONCERT

SUNDAY

4:30 pm
Jewish Center

37-06 77th St.


featuring local
ARTISTS

Shem Guibbory, violin

Sar-Shalom Strong, piano

Chris Vasquez, tango vocals

Cesar Vuksic, piano

Judith Kellock, soprano

Aram Tchobanian, tenor

Dada Tapan Kanti Baidya

Singing North Indian Classical Raga

Assisted by Ravi Shankar Bhattacharya, tabla Shem Guibbory, violin

with a repeat performance!

Audience sing-along of

Dona Nobis Pacem

Friday, September 16, 2011

KEEP BUSY in JH weekend of FREE EVENTS!

SO MUCH STUFF - so little time!

I am going to be all over Queens this weekend!

Starting in Rockaway for the Honey Harvest to Flushing Town Hall on Saturday and then off to Woodhaven Sunday Night
for a free film premiere of a JH artist...circling back to Jackson Heights for a performance Monday night at the library...details below


All that JAZZ!
IF YOU ARE IN JH though- check out the local artists at NOVO anytime -
plus
they are featured in films around town!

Bill Seifert on display with his jazz inspired graphic works - tributes to the greats: Duke Ellington,
the Gershwin Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald
Frank Loesser and many more.




JH artists in - on - about FILMS !


here is a sample of CONRAD STOJAC's dynamic work below on display at NOVO this month ...very bold and beautiful too...

he is also a filmmaker and his latest independent film,
100 Proof
will be featured in a unique and special FREE premiere, shown in a famous and historic corner pub in Woodhaven:


SUNDAY SEPTEMER 18 at 7pm - FREE

Neirs Tavern and Cafe-
right of the J train at 75th/Eldert Lane exit.

87-48 78TH ST. WOODHAVEN, 718-296-0600

This pub has been on that corner for over 175 years!

PLUS it is the infamous location for the volatile bar scenes with DeNiro and Pesci in Goodfellas by Martin Scorcese.




Norma Greenwood- displays some ethereal and colorful works at NOVO for this month's show and just wrote to us!

"Did you see THE SMURFS?
If you saw the movie, then you saw my painting!

Right behind Julia Sweeney.

It appeared at the beginning but just in case you missed it:
I am attaching a photo of the painting titled, "Blue Flowers."

What fun being in the movies! "



SUNDAY STREET FESTIVAL:


The Fifteenth Annual

International Heritage Day


Sponsored by

82nd StreetBusiness Improvement District


WHEN:Sunday, September 18, 2011


12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

WHERE:82nd Street in Jackson Heights


MONDAY JH THEATRE:


DE NOVO


De Novo is a documentary theatrical piece, a true story, crafted from immigration court transcripts, interviews, and letters that recount the harrowing story of Edgar Chocoy. As a 14-year-old, he fled gang violence in Guatemala and traveled over 3,000 miles, through three countries, to the United States in search of his mother.


De Novo depicts the plight of “unaccompanied alien minors” held in immigration custody in the U.S. and the fight for justice and asylum.


Another FANTASTIC and POIGNANT FREE EVENT -


WHEN! Monday, September 19, 2011 at 6:30 PM


WHERE! Jackson Heights Library 35-51 81st Street


See you on the avenue,

Celeste





Saturday, August 20, 2011

MOZART MEETS WILDER and Sunday JH Shows!

met up with JUDITH KELLOCK for some lovely brunch at JuJu Cafe on 76th Street...check out their delicious Fresh Food, Bagels and homemade hummus!

SUNDAY SERIES
Time Updates:
2 p.m.
SUNDAY august 21

the Central Park-based Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater tomorrow, Aug. 21;

2 p.m. SUNDAY August 28
for the wonderfully satirical and musical Theater for the New City on Sunday, Aug. 28.

Don't miss them!


Also on Sunday August 21 in the heart of Jackson Heights!

Mozart and More...An evening of chamber music Sunday August 21, 7:30pm Jackson Repertory Theatre presents a new "pocket opera" based on a playlet by Thornton Wilder from composer Sunny Knable as well as works by Bach, Mozart and Sarasate. Location: Jackson Heights Jewish Center, 37-06 77th Street.

Suggested Donation: $10 ($8 seniors/students)
*Please RSVP by e-mailing info@jacksonrep.org or call 718-874-9431.

Monday, August 1, 2011

STAY LOCAL - STAY COOL- STAY FREE


SUMMER FUN on 78th Street Playstreet in Jackson Heights
Queens World Film Festival presents
FLICKNIC! Free Films for Families
next 2 Fridays at Dusk!!!! August 5th and 12th
78th Street and 34th A
ve.
Cartoons, Ani
mation, Shorts.
Pack a little snack, bring a lawn chair and join us!!! Screenings start at Dusk, around 8:30 pm
SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES:
ONCE AGAIN - local jazz fusion ensemble performed on Sunday July 31. NEXT WEEK! The Dan Sheehan Conspiracy on August 7 continues at 5pm - there is a lawn... music in the air...sprinklers for cooling off and a big open playstreet for all the kids. Breezy, safe & fun family outing...

Concerts and performances every Sunday
through September 25...


VALERIE GREEN Dance Entropy performed SPLASH!! at Voelker Orth Museum a few miles away in Flushing...also a very cool! event... SHAKESPEARE will be there!! on AUG 5 and AUG 12 at 7pm - FREE with enough seating for everyone!! info here: www.vomuseum.org























LOCAL JH MUSICIANS Sal Maida and Lisa Burns (son Dylan is keyboardist in Once Again pic above)
spotted at the very cool! Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday July 24th...Sal has been touring with CRACKER......check out their website- great band going strong since the 90's -
coming to a
cool! city near you...

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Music in the Park! at 78th Street Play Street

I did eat too much during Restaurant Week! last month and have new local favorites in the neighborhood- please continue to visit and support our outstanding international bistros...why go anywhere else?

The fun and festivals continue in JULY... in Jackson Heights! We have it all...

SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES is happening at TRAVERS PARK at 5 pm and you can visit the green market and frolic on the open 78th Street Play Street as part of the JH Green Alliance initiative along with Council Member Daniel Dromm and State Senator Jose Peralta and Queens Council on the Arts who have contributed resources to extend the open street in 2011!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Monday, June 13, 2011

LIFE is a Cabaret my friend ! - Open Call STARRING YOU!


Inkfish, www.inkfishart.com, is launching a new company and will host a cabaret at Club Atlantis as part of June in Jackson Heights on Thursday, June 23rd, at 10 PM. We are looking for 10 - 15 performers, solos, and groups interested in presenting short pieces (no longer than 7 minutes). Pieces should be low tech. We will have a small light weight table covered in black, limited lighting capability, a full sound system, and a very short tech at the venue if needed. The stage is a raised platform, 8' deep x 12'wide, with a 6 1/2 foot ceiling height.


Performers will receive:

* 2 comp tickets per group
* a copy of their performance on DVD
* a cut of the door

Each performer and performing group must be willing to sign a release form allowing us and them free use of the video of their performance and image for promotion and marketing. All creative and artistic rights are the artists.

If you are interested in being considered please send any materials or a description of your piece to Alissa Mello at inkfishart@gmail.com. I look forward to playing and working with you in June.

This is event is being presented by Club Atlantis with the support of June in Jackson Heights and New York City Council Member Daniel Dromm.

Don't Forget next week is Restaurant Week! -checkout www.juneinjacksonheights.com for more events and news!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

June in Jackson Heights this Week!


LOTS to do and More to Come!

Council Member Dromm (r) with Chef Depak from Delhi Heights (c) and Consuelo (l) from Natives - participants in restaurant Week June 20 to June 25.


THURSDAY JUNE 9


TREA Open Mic - FREE
Teens for racial & Ethnic Awakening
share you creativity - music - skits - poetry
Renaissance Charter School
35-59 81st St
6 to 8pm
email: treafolks@gmail.com

Film Screening - FREE
"Stonewall Uprising"
Jewish Center of JH
77th St corner of 37th Avenue
8pm

FRIDAY JUNE 10

Theatre 167 presents a reading of a new pop musical
How I Was Radicalized - FREE
By Ben Morss and Les Hunter - Directed by Ari Laura Kreith
PS 69 37th Avenue between 77 & 78 Sts.
8pm
www.167theatre.org

SATURDAY JUNE 11

Radio Jarocho presents Musical traditions from southern Veracruz, Mexico
at JH Library - FREE
35-51 81st St
3pm
www.queenslibrary.org

Jackson Repertory Theatre
presents "Dances for a New Diagonal" with Meg Fry and Company
PS 69 37th Avenue between 77 & 78 Sts.
8pm - $10 ($8 student & seniors)
www.jacksonrep.org


Carnival & Flea Market at IS 145
33-34 80th St
8am to 5 pm

SUNDAY JUNE 12

TOWERS Book Fair - FREE
34th Ave Between 80 & 81 Sts.
10am - 3 pm

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

JUNE IN JACKSON HEIGHTS 2011 ready for takeoff!

It's official! JUNE 1 begins the second annual "June in Jackson Heights " sponsored by Councilmember Daniel Dromm.

Highlights include continuous art exhibits at NOVO, Espresso 77 & Maram Pharmacy Window Display...Foodies Fest including walking tours and a restaurant week June 20-25...activities for kids, adults and everyone in between PLUS the 19th! Annual Pride Parade on SUNDAY June 5th which kicks off at Noon.

visit www.juneinjacksonheights.com for details, directions and updates throughout the month of June!
JUNE 2 at 2pm :
Walk Jackson Heights with your host Steve Steve! Clopper... Share the world of Diversity. An in depth tour of unique shops, exotic food carts, fascinating sights, sounds, rhythms, colors of Jackson Heights and its international community.YES! photo taken at a secret restaurant right in the JH area- and we are not sharing!

Shops include: Botanicas, music stores, markets with spices, products, gifts and religious items and clothing from India, Latin America and Asia and beyond.

Restaurants, delis and food carts. Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador, Poland, Italy, Thailand, India, and more. Steve is a Licensed New York Tour guide and Jackson Height resident.

Join me on Thursday and Fridays in June. 10 am and 2 pm Free! Coming soon Hot! JH nightlife tours. "

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roosevelt_Avenue_/_74th_Street_(New_York_City_Subway)

JUNE 4th from 4pm to 7pm:
Multidisciplinary artist Hector Canonge in collaboration with invited artists, Lawrence Graham-Brown and John Cichon, continues with his presentation Trace-Able: HOMOGENIUS
and celebrates June Pride Month in Queens and NYC.

The event observes Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender people's accomplishments & contributions to society and to the LGBT movement.

Location and Directions:

Manuel De Dios Unanue Triangle Park
83rd St. at Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Heights, Queens
(#7 Train, exit at 82 St. Station, walk to 83 St. on Roosevelt Ave)


Photo was from May 21st performance piece Trace-Able: Habitat featuring Hector, Lawrence and John.

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Jackson Heights SPRINGS into ART & MUSIC

MAY DAY! MAY DAY! MUSIC AHEAD

SPRING CONCERT on SUNDAY MAY 1 at 3pm
presented by The St Joan of Arc Virtuosi and The Jackson Heights Beautification Group!

The Ninth Spring Concert performance with a String Quartet featuring Funda Cizmecioglu, Mitsuko Suzuki, Surai Balbesi and Jessie Reagan Man,with Sylwia Kloc on
Classic Guitar and Vocalist John Petrozino.

St Joan of Arc Church - upper church
82-00 35th Avenue in Jackson Heights
tickets are $10 and available at the door

A wine and cheese reception will follow in Msgr. Boylan Auditorium




Jackson Heights Playwright and Filmmaker Paul Kelly had another premiere for his film FERMENTED (filmed entirely in JH) with the NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL on April 29
at the QUAD cinema
on West 13th ST

Cast and Crew were in attendance for the series of 6 independent shorts in the program!
left to right: Andy Seaman:Cinematographer, Tom Scaringelli: supporting actor, Paul Kelly: Director and Screenwriter, Rhett Kalman:Lead Actor, Brian Roland:Lead Actor and Celeste Balducci:Co-Director.
ART AND MORE ART


JH artist and teacher, CARLA LOBMIER, has graced the windows of ULTIMA FLORALS with her spring contribution...another vibrant and rich painting from her series of works. She has been showcasing a new work each season, providing additional beauty to the window arrangements and plants that George and the crew at Ultima put together.
Paintings are for sale and so are the flowers!





We recently met artist NORMA GREENWOOD who has been in Jackson Heights many years perfecting her passion for painting. One day we will feature her lovely paintings in JH but for now you can visit her open house event on May 7th in Manhattan!- here is sample of her work and we know there are more incredible paintings in that studio!

NORMA GREENWOOD -OPEN STUDIO-
SATURDAY, May 7, 2011
, 12-5 P.M.
Location: 32 Union Square East -Studio: 11th floor --1113
    (Park Avenue South, between 15th and 16th Streets, next to Babies-r-Us and T.G.I. Friday’s)
See you on the Avenue!
Celeste





Tuesday, March 29, 2011

LUCKY 7- Laura Schiavina

Back in January, I wrote about an amazing painter I met in our neighborhood: Laura Schiavina.

I am ecstatic in March, because she has now agreed to be share her outstanding paintings with us at
NOVO Lounge:

37th avenue between 78th street and 79th street in jackson heights.

PLEASE JOIN US OPENING NIGHT
THURSDAY MARCH 31
st -
from 6 to 9pm

come meet Laura and enjoy her inspiring and colorful creations...

we will be featuring only 7!
pieces from her vast body of work, which w
e could not begin to count, although she keeps excellent records.!


Laura M. Schiavina has lived in Jackson Heights since 1951. Included in the Who’s Who of American Art, her award winning work has been collected and exhibited nationally and internationally, including exhibitions at the Islip Art Museum, NY; Sumner Museum, Washington D.C.; DuPont Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Citicorp Gallery, LIC; Eleftherias Park Art Center, Athens, Greece; National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, NY; New York City College of Technology, CUNY; and Ringel Gallery at Purdue University, IN. One of the first female members of the Salmagundi Club, Laura was chosen by Cynthia Maris Dantzic for her book “100 New York Painters,” published in 2006.

Laura is member of N.A.W.A, National League of American Pen Women, National Art League, Jackson Heights Art Club, Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts, and Audubon Artists. Laura came to New York in 1944 from Springfield, MA to become a fashion illustrator, completing evening courses at the Traphagen School of Fashion, while working in business. Deciding to continue in business, she studied fine art weekends, evenings and vacations from the late 1950's through 1980 with artists including Will Barnet, Carl Molno, Joseph Caine and Paul Puzinas.



Monday, March 7, 2011

the arts just keep on comin' - @PS 69 this weekend



YOU ARE NOW THE OWNER OF THIS SUITCASE...

A young woman arriving from Ecuador accidentally switches suitcases with a mysterious stranger. Her quest to recover the missing suitcase will lead her to encounter lovers, dreamers, fighters, a magical cell phone, books that come to life, and the best guitar player in the world.
Picking up where last year’s 167 Tongues left off, You Are Now The Owner Of This Suitcase is the
second part of a trilogy exploring the emotional geog
raphy of Jackson Heights, Queens, the most culturally diverse neighborhood in the world.
Conceived and directed by Ari Laura Kreith

Written by Mando Alvarado, Jenny Lyn Bader, Barbara Cassidy, Les, Hunter, Joy Tomasko, Gary Winter, Stefanie Zadravec
Starring Patricia Becker, Rajesh Bose*, Kim Carlson*, Arlene Chico-Lugo, Kathleen Choe*, Bernardo Cubria*, Ross DeGraw*, Oscar Fabela, Samuel T. Gaines*, John P. Keller*, Stephanie LaVardera, Waldo Mayo*, Emma Ramos

Dramaturgy by Angie Balsamo
Production Design by Michael Wilson MorganLighting Design by Nicole Pearce
Line Producer: Antonia Fairchild
Stage Manager: Sean McCain

Tickets:
$18 gen, $16 stu/sen (use discount code SUITCASE 1)
$9 12 and under (use discount code SUITCASE2)

www.brownpapertickets.com
www.theatre167.org
or call (800) 838 3006

March 11th: 8pm
March 12th: 2pm & 8pm
March 13th: 2pm
March 18th: 8pm
March 19th: 2pm & 8pm
March 20th: 2pm
March 25th: 8pm
March 26th: 2pm, 8pm
March 27th: 2pm

PS 69
77-02 37th Ave.
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
F/E/7/G/R/V @ Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Ave


Press for You Are Now The Owner Of This Suitcase

www.brooklynrail.org/2011/03/theater/you-are-now-the-owner-of-this-suitcase

Press for 167 Tongues

New York Times:
I had the feeling I was seamlessly dropping in and out of all these different cultures just by walking down the street...

American Theatre Magazine:
The rich diversity of the neighborhood provides ample material for works inspired by and about the various cultures in flux…

Offoffonline.com:
PICK OF THE WEEK: (A) tight collaboration of 11 talented playwrights and 29 actors, assembled by [Artistic Director] Ari Laura Kreith

QueensBuzz.com
I just returned from seeing something truly wonderful!

This event is made possible in part by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts

*Performing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association. AEA approved Showcase.

SEE YOU ON THE AVENUE!
Celeste

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

JH Filmmakers Kim & Jack at QWFF - March 5th


You may have seen us in the Daily News, or the local news or on the street!
QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL IS HERE!

On Saturday March 5th , Jackson Heights' own KIM CUMMINGS will be showing her short - FLOWER OF A GIRL -
at the Queens World Film Fest.

Kim will be featured in the ABOUT WOMEN Short Stack. These films are made by women and relay a unique perspective and film style too. Great films for everyone.

Saturday, March
11:30am - 1:00pm


Come out and see Jackson Heights resident Diane DiCroce in a film based on the poem "Flower of a Girl" by another JH resident, Rebecca Gopoian!


In the very next block of shorts at 1:30 in the same location - the next block BEAUTIFUL TWISTED Short Stack will feature Jack Feldstein a new implant from Australia to Jackson Heights.

His film: The Ecstacy of Gary Green...is a stream of consciousness
story...done in Jack's "Neon Animation" unique style
Jackson Heights Cinema
40-31 82nd Street
Jackson Heights, NY



Check out the website - order tickets - come to the OPENING EVENT

MARCH 3rd - THURSDAY

6:30 doors open at the newly refurnished Jackson Heights Cinema.

Program will include special guest, Q&A and premiere:
The Love Permit and Sillage by 2 queens filmmakers...
and fro Oregon
SHEPHERDS of HELMAND.

portion of proceed from openingnight to benefit Honored American Veterans Afield.

See you at the movies! or on the avenue! or at the after parties! or at the QWFF restaurants!


www.queensworldfilmfestival.com

Celeste



Wednesday, February 23, 2011

SPRING is in the AIR & in PHOTOGRAPHS TOO...

A NEW OPENING AT NOVO on Thursday February 24th will feature beautiful images from local photographer DEBRA RESCHOFF-AHEARN... like the image here taken at Barley Cove in Ireland. I am so there! and you can visit her website for people, places and things from near and far.

OR stop by NOVO on 37th AVE between 78 & 79th Street
from 6-9pm THURSDAY for a drink and view more striking photographs and meet Debra too.

ALSO on the walls and at NOVO will be fun, quirky, vibrant paintings of filmmaker/artist DON CATO.

Don is also the Program Director for the QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL which is at
the Jackson Theatre and Renaissance Charter school next weekend March 3, 4, 5, 6

Over 104 shorts and features for everyone:

KIDS animation on Saturday morn- SENIOR shorts on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, Family Fare + Globally Queer + Wild Life + Gangsters and of course EDGY LOVE STORIES. All made independently by up and coming filmmakers from Queens and beyond... that you may see at the Academy Awards in just a few years!!

The website has the film block break down - tickets are available via PayPal and at the box office table day of program.

Best prices too: $6 ADULTS
$ 3 Kids & Seniors for each time block.

Meet the Filmmakers and Q&A's after some blocks
PLUS PANELS on Saturday, restaurant deals and more!

Youth INITIATIVE Panel -on Saturday March 5th at 11am - helping young filmmakers get started ...

FILM FINANCE PANEL on Saturday March 5th at 12 Noon - to help established filmmakers find some needed audiences and resources...

after the screening of KEIKO - The Untold Story of Free Willy - Naomi Rose of Washington DC, senior scientist of the Humane Society International, will host a discussion on global animal protection.

PANELS are on SATURDAY March 5th at
Renaissance Charter School
on 81st Street off of 37th Ave


Thursday, February 10, 2011

You can write a script! writer /animator shows you how FEB 16th

THE FANTASTICAL WORLD OF SCRIPTWRITING



LocationThe Renaissance Charter School...
35-59 81st Street, Jackson Heights.
easy to get to: 7 train to 82nd St -
or Q32 from madison ave along queens blvd up roosevelt right to TRCS door



InfoJACK FELDSTEIN, filmmaker and script writer (credits include TV's Murphy Brown & Designing Women) presents "THE FANTASTICAL WORLD OF SCRIPTWRITING" seminar...and explains the how-to of scriptwriting along with his "Fantastical" neon animation short on scriptwriting. $4 at the door http://www.jackfeldstein.com/


coordinated by Celeste Balducci in conjunction with QWFF - this will be a fun and informative foray into what makes a script work.

$4 at the door- copies of Jack's DVD will also be available for aspiring writers and animators.


GOOGLE MAP of TRCS LOCATION

Jack will also be screening his neon animation short: THE ECSTASY OF GARY GREEN at the Queens World Film Festival March 3-4-5-6
check www.queensworldfilmfestival.com for time and date
and to see the weekend schedule of over 104 independent features and shorts at the Jackson Theatre and TRCS


See you on the avenue!
Celeste




Monday, February 7, 2011

MUSIC in the JH Air- from Jazz to The Sonnet Man

The forecast is sunny for The Sonnet Man and Jackson Repertory Theatre!
JOIN US IN JACKSON HEIGHTS THIS SATURDAY!

Just in time for Valentine's Day Weekend,
Jackson Repertory Theatre invite you to a night out in Jackson Heights.

Shakespeare may have been the greatest rapper of them all!
Broadway playwright Arje Shaw (Jackson Rep, 167 Tongues) and Hip Hop artist Devon Glover have created this dynamic and accessible concert featuring Shakespeare's love sonnets set in song enhanced by Devon’s riffs on the themes. Music by Daniel Lynas with vocals by Devon Glover and Melissa Guttman.

Tickets $14 ($10 Students/Seniors) Sonnet Man Concert Only

DEVON GLOVER appeared on the Today Show with Kathie Lee & Hoda back in January talking about his devotion to his family and his music.

With cabaret appearances from Jackson Rep company member and two time Emmy Award Winner and Broadway Veteran Nikkieli DeMone (RagTime, RENT, Miss Saigon) and other guest performers showin’ the love for Jackson Rep! Refreshments and more. Tickets: $30 for The Sonnet Man Concert plus Reception Cabaret Fundraiser
Come support the theatre and enjoy!

Saturday February 12th, 8:00pm
Tickets: $14 ($10 Students/Seniors) Sonnet Man Only
$30 Sonnet Man plus Reception Cabaret Fundraiser

P.S. 69 Auditorium
77-02 37th Avenue
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Corner of 77th Street
____________________________________________

JUST IN TIME TO WATCH THE SNOW MELT!

THEY ARE BACK - Jim Hershman Trio



Jim Hershman on guitar - Nathan Peck on bass and Brian Fishler on drums -

Can SPRING be far behind?

www.jimhershman.com
Novo Restaurant and Lounge

Trio Every Monday

7-10pm
no cover or minimum

78-23 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights Tel: (718) 426-7272

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