September 03, 2016 at Bayview Grille & Marina in Queens.
$25 per guest
In September’s Chew ‘N View featured film “The Bigamist“, a woman discovers her husband has another family in another city. What’s not to be alluring about deep-freezer salesman Harry Graham, played by Edmond O’Brien? Watch the suspense build — will Harry’s decent intentions outweigh the two-timing criminality of his actions in the courtroom? Reserve your seat at the dinner table to find out.
The menu will be in the experimental and ambitious style that you can always expect from The Grange. 4-Course Prix Fixe Family-Style Meal & Movie $50/person, not including tax or gratuity. An additional full-service selection of beer, wine and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
A lineup of independent, art, B-rated, and cult classic films available from the public domain, will be shown on a projection screen suspended in front of our chalkboard menu. Upcoming movies will be announced on The Grange facebook page.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED | please call during our operating hours | 845-986-1170
See John Edward return to the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island, NY! This is your chance to be part of a live audience to watch John Edward connect with the other side. There will be question and answer sessions and messages from the other side. Is someone waiting to talk to you?
Tickets available now only at:
The NYCB Theatre at Westbury
960 Brush Hollow Rd
Westbury, NY 11590
Doors open at 6:00pm
This is a reserved seating event!
No audio, video or photography allowed. No alcohol allowed inside event.
This event is presented by WPLJ and all proceeds from the event are being donated to Blythedale Children’s Hospital
This six week class will introduce children to age appropriate Broadway music and choreography. Music, dancing, singing, and scene blocking from such musicals as Mary Poppins, Annie, Wicked, Suessical, Hairspray and more! Each child gets their turn in the spotlight.
To register, email email@example.com by September 3rd
We’ll have live music by “Hillbilly Parade” & “Tophat”! Food to be catered by Stoked : A wood fired kitchen.
**After the party, come in to Moroney’s & use your ticket as as a $20 gift card** Excludes 2017, 2016 & 2015 Harley Davidson line motorcycles.
We will be opening Sacred Space for our Red Tent at 10am
See some activities below. If you have a special skill such as massage, reflexology, herbs, healing, or any activity that would interest all women please come and let us know you are willing to share.
We do not charge for services in the RED TENT, however the center will be taking donations.
Donate To Our Red Tent
10am until it is up – Help to raise our Red Tent, add you energy to the very fabric of our tent.
12:00 – Meditation
6:30 – 8:30 pm – Sacred Circle Sharing *
• Healing with available practitioners
NOTE: All activities depend on who comes and when they are here.
Other possible activities:
• bring your coloring
• bring your knitting or crocheting
• bring your hobby to share
• bring a dish to pass and share
*6:30 – 8:30: Sacred Circle Sharing. You do not need to share to be included in the circle, you may want to be a sacred listener only. That is okay, we will all be sacred listeners.
Red Tent is run by donations.
Please leave a donation at the door, from your heart.
Can any present-day jazz singer match Rene Marie in the diversity and adventurousness of her discography? Voice Of My Beautiful Country (2011), wrote Jess Righthand for The Washington Post, was “a broad collection of time-honored American tunes” – from “O Shenandoah” to “Just My Imagination” – that aimed “to celebrate the melodic melting pot that is the musical history of the United States.” The GRAMMY-nominated 2014 release I Wanna Be Evil was a tribute to Eartha Kitt in which Jim Fusili of The Wall Street Journal heard an artist who “showed herself to be a worthy successor to Kitt as a singer, one who demands a bigger platform to showcase her skills.” Marie’s self-produced Experiment in Truth (2007) was a summation of sorts that looked back on her difficult with “This is (Not) a Protest Song” and surveyed the changes of adulthood with a powerfully forthright cover of Bob Seger’s “Turn the Page.” This week, the affecting and soulful Rene Marie is in the place to be – live and on stage, at Jazz Standard!Rene Marie – voiceJohn Chin – pianoElias Bailey – bassQuentin Baxter – drums