Ivan Roque's Lost in Cinema is a series of 16 works paying homage to 20th Century classics such as Scarface, Rocky, King Kong and Rocky Picture Horror Show just to name a few. The works will be up for viewing at The Flat in Miami Beach
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What : Ivan Roque Lost in Cinema
Where: The Flat, 500 S Pointe Dr #180 Miami Beach, FL
When: December 6th, 8:30pm - 11 pm
The last season of HBO’s “Treme” has come to an end, but the celebration is just beginning. The show’s creator and executive producer David Simon, executive producer Nina Noble, and story editor/ cookbook author Lolis Eric Elie presents: Talking “Treme”, a celebratory event held at 92Y. Matt Zoller Seitz of New York magazine is set to moderate the talk which aims to take a closer look at the role of New Orleans cuisine in the popular show. 92Y will stay true to the festive vibes of the Mardi Gras capital by setting up the room cabaret style, inviting a jazz pianist to play before the talk begins, and serving free food and cocktails from the cookbook, Treme: Stories and Recipes from the Heart of New Orleans (written by Elie).
Polish-born surrealist painter Rafal Oblinski is an accomplished artist in his own right, drawing his inspiration and inflience from the Belgian surrealist painter Magritte. Ever since arriving in the United States over thirty years ago, Oblinski established himself early on the A-list circuit of artists in New York and has remained their ever since. His commitment to his own vision as well as the accessible themes in his have made him both stand out and fit in the artistic community. Next Wednesday, December 11th, Oblinsky is launching his show The Virtue of Ambiguitiy, hosted by Antonio "Nino" Vendome, chair of the Vendome Group,
What: Reception for surrealist painter Rafal Oblinksi
Where: 330 Spring Street, New York, New York 10013 (between Washington and Greenwich Streets)
When: Wednesday, December 11th, 6-9pm
There's a bar on the north side of town just right off the red line stop that’s a nice low key spot. It's a spot the locals know as The Glenwood.
The Glenwood gets its name from the avenue it's built on--an old brick road a relic from times long since past. The bar itself has an old brick facade, giving the impression that it maybe from the days of bootleggers.
The joint is divided into two rooms: the entrance is where you'll find the bar. The long hard wood alcohol trove runs along the right side of the room, along a wall painted as yellow as the sun. The other side of the room is painted a contrasting purple. It's a bit reminiscent of one of Bill Cosby's sweaters.
Karaoke 4 a Kause is proud to sponsor an evening of tunes, drinks, and snacks to benefit the communities most affected by the Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Founded by a group of New Yorkers moved by the needs of the less fortunate, Karaoke 4 a Kause has partnered with UNICEF to ensure funds are prioritized in the neediest areas. A general admission ticket gets you four hours of karaoke, refreshments, and access to a cash bar. Get your tickets here. See you there!
What: Karaoke 4 a Kause Fundraising Event
Where: The Ugly Kitchen, 103 First Avenue, New York, NY 10003
When: Saturday, November 23, 12:00pm-4:00pm
In celebration of the arrival of Sunglass Hut in Macy's Herald Square, television personality and stylist to the stars Felix Mercado, is kicking off the occasion by hosting the grand opening party. There will be food, drink, and plenty of fabulous to go around. Make sure your smartphones are charged to capture all the great moments on social media. Don't miss it! Party is from 6:00pm-8:30pm
Premiering this Friday, November 22nd, and continuing through December 24th, Rock Paper Photo, an online photo gallery that features rare and iconic images, will launch its 2013 Holiday Shop at Gallery 151 located at 132 W. 18th Street (between 6th and 7th Aves).
Artist Nathan Sawaya has added a new piece to his iconic Lego sculpture collection today (November 20), as he unveiled his new masterpiece this morning at Discovery Times Square. Through a process of submissions to the "What Should Nathan Build?" program through Discovery's site, New Yorker Suzan Goldstein's submission was chosen, and thus Sawaya's One World Trade Center masterpiece was born.
The breathtaking sculpture only took ten days to complete according to Sawaya, which is a breathtaking feat given the amount of detail put into the piece. The scupture will be on display from the remainder of Sawaya's 'The Art Of The Brick' exhibition, which ends its stay in NYC's Discovery Times Square on January 5, 2014.
Be sure to catch Sawaya's exhibit before it's gone, and see the stunning new sculpture for yourself!