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Astoria: Mean Girls Trivia

July 14, 2015 at Willie O’s Cafe & Lounge in Astoria.

“One time I saw Cady Heron wearing army pants and flip flops. So I bought army pants and flip flops.”

Get in, loser. We’re going to Mean Girls Trivia on Tuesday, July 14 starting 8pm at Willie O’s Cafe and Lounge, located in the projection room above the auditorium.

Reserve your table between the unfriendly black hotties and the sexually active band geeks by visiting http://meangirlsastoriatrivia.eventbrite.com

The best way to reserve tickets is by selecting a team captain and having them be in charge of tickets for ALL team members.

For example, if Cady, Regina, Gretchen and Karen are a team and Cady gets put in charge, she will then reserve tickets for herself, Regina, Gretchen and Karen = (4) in total.

PLEASE ONLY RESERVE SINGLE TICKETS IF YOU ARE PLAYING BY YOURSELF.

We will send a confirmation email to everyone closer to the
event.

Whatever. You’re getting cheese fries.

Address: 31-18 Broadway, Astoria
Mean Girls Trivia

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Astoria: The Black Magic Lab Variety Show

July 24, 2015 at QED: A Place to Show & Tell in Astoria.

The Black Magic Lab Variety Show has been bringing you performances from some of New York’s most up-and-coming comedians for the past 3 years, featuring talent from SNL, MTV, The Pete Holmes Show, Broad City and so many more I can’t even think of right now but ask me later!

Hosted by Anne Victoria Clark and Meggie Spellman, this show has been called “a thing that happens monthly” and “the reason I can’t come to your thing that night” by Anne and Meggie at various times.

This month we’re excited to welcome performances by:

Rebecca Vigil
Sean O’Reilly
Andy Beckerman
Frank Garcia-Hejl
Josh Patten
Keith Kingbay
Anthony Apruzzese

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UuRwUShbfI

Address: 27-16 23rd Ave, Astoria
The Black Magic Lab Variety Show

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Astoria: TletPapalotzin

August 22, 2015 at Astoria Park in Astoria.

Danza de aniversario
y primer trecena

Con el permiso del Dador de la Vida y los cuatro vientos.

El Kalpulli Tletpapalotzin tiene el honor de invitarlo a una
Ceremonia de danza celebrando el aniversario y primer trecena del kalpulli.

La cita sera sabado Agosto 22 de 2015

En Astoria park en el lugar de siempre
Hora por confirmar

Sera un honor contar con su presencia.

Ome Teotl!!!!

Address: 19-01 23rd Ave, Astoria
TletPapalotzin

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Astoria: Solo Selections: Annette Guarrasi & Cheryl Smallman

July 15, 2015 at QED: A Place to Show & Tell in Astoria.

Each month Q.E.D. presents comedians, actors and/or storytellers in SOLO SELECTIONS, a series of solo shows to showcase the wide variety of talent and point of views from various solo performers. This month Q.E.D. welcomes Annette Guarrasi and Cheryl Smallman.

Each performer will stage a 30 minute solo show with a short intermission in between.

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

Annette Guarrasi stars in “It Ain’t Pretty” which follows Anna Lee as she comes to terms with pregnancy. Annette began her acting career performing improv and sketch comedy in NYC, predominantly with Gotham City Improv Company. After her sarcasm muscles began to ache, she challenged herself with Shakespeare and was fortunate to study for a summer at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Eventually, her love for writing comic character monologues led her to a Solo Performance Workshop with Kirsten Ames, where she created “Never Show the Ugly,” her first solo show.

Cheryl Smallman is a writer/performer from Brooklyn, New York. Her solo show Dreamless is a comedic and moving meditation on modern motherhood. Cheryl has performed in The Midtown International Theater Festival, Estrogenius Festival and in the One Woman Standing series at Emerging Artists Theatre. Cheryl has also performed at Stageleft Studio, The People’s Improv Theater, Stand Up New York and Gotham Comedy Club.

When Cheryl Smallman became a mother, she got two choices…

A Working mother

B Stay at Home Mommy

C None of the above

Dreamless reveals what all mothers find out, but few rarely tell their daughters.
Philosopher Cheryl Smallman sits at the playground, skewering marriage, ambition, and motherhood with dark and comic stories about herself and her fellow mothers. We see what it’s like to end up on “the other side of the click” – the door of the locked ward in the mental hospital. Cheryl relates hilarious adventures with her fellow patients and about how, in a mere week’s time, she manages to leave the hospital with a new perspective on motherhood.

“I can’t recommend this one woman show highly enough. Hilarious, Poignant,Tragic and Triumphant”.
Denis Hamill, The Daily News.

Address: 27-16 23rd Ave, Astoria
Solo Selections: Annette Guarrasi & Cheryl Smallman

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Astoria: Bucket Composting Bootcamp: 4 Easy Ways to Compost in a Bucket!

July 25, 2015 at QED: A Place to Show & Tell in Astoria.

This fun, hands-on class provides several strategies on how to compost your food scraps in a neat, discreet bucket. Topics covered include: compost science basics, best practices, and how to use your bucket as an aerobic bin/tumbler, underground digester, vermicompost worm hotel and bokashi fermentation and burial site (bokashi helps you compost cooked food, meat and dairy!).
We’ll also have copies of Rebecca’s book COMPOST CITY for sale! Pre-order with your ticket and save 20% off the cover price.
This session includes a free 4 or 5 gallon recycled food-grade bucket and bucket lid for each participant. Advance sign up required.

Address: 27-16 23rd Ave, Astoria
Bucket Composting Bootcamp: 4 Easy Ways to Compost in a Bucket!

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Astoria: Greater Astoria Historical Society Presents The 1964-65 World’s Fair

July 15, 2015 at QED: A Place to Show & Tell in Astoria.

Q.E.D. has teamed up with the Greater Astoria Historical Society (GAHS) to bring events to…well… greater Astoria! Free for GAHS members! ***

Part of Greater Astoria Historical Society’s monthly lecture series @ QED ASTORIA, this installment is all about the 1964-65 World’s Fair presented by Rosalie Kenny.

The Greater Astoria Historical Society is proud to celebrate the anniversaries of the 1939 and 1964 World‘s Fairs that were held right here in Queens.

“Our mission is to promote the history of our community. Our commemorative programming will delight and engage folks who attended these extraordinary events and educate and inspire those who did not.” – Rosalie Kenny, GAHS Trustee and your evening‘s Lecturer

The 1964-1965 New York World‘s Fair was the third major world‘s fair to be held in New York City.The fair is best remembered as a showcase of mid-20th-century American culture and technology. The nascent Space Age, with its vista of promise, was well represented. It remains a touchstone for New York–area Baby Boomers, who visited the optimistic fair as children before the turbulent years of the Vietnam War, cultural changes, and increasing struggles for civil rights.
The lecture will be followed by a Q & A.

*** $10 or FREE for GAHS members with an RSVP by 12PM day of event. GAHS members email QEDAstoria@gmail.com to reserve a spot.

Address: 27-16 23rd Ave, Astoria
Greater Astoria Historical Society Presents The 1964-65 World

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Astoria: HiFi Records Grand Opening Party

July 11, 2015 at HiFi Records & Cafe in Astoria.

We Heart Astoria is thrilled to welcome HiFi Records & Cafe, our very own record store, to the neighborhood! What better way to kick things off than a party?

Starting at 12pm on Saturday, July 11th, stop by HiFi for live music, food, coffee, raffles, and your first chance to peruse HiFi’s magnificent selection of new and old vinyl. This is a free, all-day event. Stay tuned for more details!

Address: 23-19 Steinway St, Astoria
HiFi Records Grand Opening Party

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Astoria: Rise from your Grave show.

July 18, 2015 at GUSSY’S BAR in Astoria.

Locus Mortis MIDNIGHT https://www.facebook.com/LocusMortisLI

SURPRISE BAND TBA 11 PM

AFFLITUS 10 PM (REUNION SHOW.) https://www.facebook.com/afflitus?ref=ts&fref=ts

Decimate The Living 9 PM

Panic 8 PM

Bloodline 7 PM https://www.facebook.com/bloodline914?__mref=message

GATES 666 PM ADMISSION $10.00

Address: 20-14 29th St, Astoria
Rise from your Grave show.

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Astoria: Q.E.D Patio Party

July 04, 2015 at QED: A Place to Show & Tell in Astoria.

Looking for a place to hangout on the Fourth of July?

Q.E.D has you covered!

Come celebrate Independence Day on our awesome new patio.

No Cover!
Drink Specials!
$5 draft beer & wine by the glass
$20 pitchers & bottles of wine

We’re waiving our “No outside food” rule for the day so you’re welcome to bring your own food if you have a special dish to share. We’ll have menus from some great local restaurants for people to order from.

Bring your friends and come hang out!

Address: 27-16 23rd Ave, Astoria
Q.E.D Patio Party

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