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Kingston: The Balkan Sessions

August 03, 2015 at The Anchor in Kingston.

This first-Monday of each month event is open to all musicians interested in playing music from the Balkans. The gatherings will be based loosely on the structure of the traditional Irish Session, where one musician or band will lead the session and share tunes that we’ll all play together.

Address: 744-746 Broadway, Kingston
The Balkan Sessions

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Kingston: Open Mic Night

July 15, 2015 at The Anchor in Kingston.

Come and show us what you got! Singers, musicians, poets, comedians, dancers, clowns, mimes…are all welcome!

Every week we will be raffling off a $10 gift certificate in which anyone who performs will be entered in winning, to be used at the following weeks open mic!

Every Wednesday
Sign up is 8:30

Address: 744-746 Broadway, Kingston
Open Mic Night

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Kingston: Support CCE at the Kingston Common Council Meeting this Monday 7/13!

July 13, 2015 at Kingston City Hall (New York) in Kingston.

CCE is excited to be working with RUPCO and other agencies in the planning and development of the Cedar Street Revitalization Project BUT we NEED the community’s support this MONDAY, 7/13 at 6PM at the next Common Council meeting at City Hall!!

*We are asking everyone to meet us at CCE, 15 Railroad Ave. Kingston, on Monday, 7/13 at 5pm and walk to City Hall together! If you can’t walk with us, please meet us there by 6pm!

What does this project mean to CCE and to Midtown Kingston?!?

The vision of what will become of the former Bowling Alley includes, for CCE; larger multi-studio space, technology center, day care and internet cafe. The affordable housing concept includes (48) one-bedroom apartments, (4) two-bedroom units, (3) three-bedroom units and (6) studio apartments with rooftop green space, solar panels and solar awnings providing clean, safe affordable housing that’s as energy efficient as possible.
The building would have two three-story sections, one four-story section, one five-story section and a 2,000-square-foot rooftop area for meetings and events as well as additional retail and cultural space that is still in the works.

Why is THIS Monday night so important?!?!

*This year, the Governor has announced a ONE-TIME, $1.5-BILLION competition called the Upstate Revitalization Initiative, (URI) for projects EXACTLY like this! New projects that support community revitalization; energy efficient housing, local jobs, commercial business, safe affordable childcare and access to arts, wellness and education classes.

Why do we need your support?!!?

For over 25 years, CCE has provided innovative, high quality programs with a special emphasis on serving low income, minority and at-risk youth. The Center provides a wide array of classes in dance, music, fitness, theater, spoken word, computer arts technology and the visual arts for all ages.
This project provides CCE the opportunity to accommodate the growing need for space due to class size, expand our class offerings to youth and adults in the community, provide additional job opportunities and be part of a project we fully support and visualize as an enrichment opportunity within the area we consider home; Midtown Kingston.

We are equally honored and excited to be working with representatives from RUPCO, a non-profit organization with over 30 years of service in providing and advocating for quality, affordable housing and community development programs aimed to provide opportunity and revitalize communities.

“RUPCO has been careful not to concentrate poverty but rather to affect revitalization and community uplift by eliminating blight, preserving historic buildings, and creating new housing that contributes to the diversity and economic vibrancy of the City.” ~Kevin O’Conner, CEO, RUPCO

Please come out and support CCE and the Cedar Street “(Bowling Alley) Revitalization Project!

Address: 408 Broadway, Kingston
Support CCE at the Kingston Common Council Meeting this Monday 7/13!

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Kingston: Rondstadt Generations w/ Special Guest Professor Louie

July 15, 2015 at BSP Kingston in Kingston.

$15 at the door

Rondstat Generations w/ Special guest Professor Louie
Representing five generations in North America,
Rondstat Generations continues the family’s musical traditions..
First Family of Tucson..Special guest Professor Louie


Address: 323 Wall St, Kingston
Rondstadt Generations w/ Special Guest Professor Louie

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Kingston: Laetitia Sadier (of Stereolab) // Deradoorian || BSP Kingston

October 04, 2015 at BSP Kingston in Kingston.

Output Agency Ltd. presents

Lætitia Sadier of Stereolab!
with special guest Deradoorian

Tickets go on-sale this Fri 7/10, at 10AM! http://bit.ly/1LP0ku5

$12adv / $15dos || 18+ || 7:30 DOORS

Laetitia Sadier’s new album has just been delivered, and it’s a joy! Something Shines took nine months to create, record, and mature: you know what that means, baby! New life….

Alternating between a riveting caress and an invigorating shake, the songs of Something Shines start from the Earth and tilt up towards the sky, before coming back down to the planet again. Taking it all in, Something Shines is also an exploration through Debord’s La Société du Spectacle, and how it is still up to us to guide and shape our fate, individually and collectively. Laetitia examines several relevant questions – such as the main inquiry of “Oscuridad”: “Do the rich need the poor to be rich?” The song examines the war being led against the lower classes of this world by the ultra-rich to rob them (us!) even further of their (our!) resources. On the riveting caress-side side of things, “Life Is Winning” is a subtle reminder to get in touch with the innate joy and revelation of living.

All these thoughts and many others are communicated with delicately textured production, twinkling and shifting with the subtlety of nature. Often sounding like the world outside, whooshing and chirping and clicking in time, placing these concerns in the place where we live, Something Shines reflects the lives hanging in the balance between issues, lives that are often too small to see yet contribute to the world as a whole. Even in the face of realities that continue to cripple so many in the name of so few, Something Shines consistently elevates itself with lyrical confidence, intimacy, and an arcing musicality that allows it to go to the hearts and minds of every listener.


You’re familiar with Angel Deradoorian’s voice. As the former bassist, keyboardist and vocalist for Dirty Projectors, her levitating vocals buoyed the Brooklyn-based group. She’s been a member of Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks, sang on Flying Lotus’ “Siren Song,” and has collaborated with Vampire Weekend, Bjork, Matmos, the Roots, et al.

Her first song collection, 2009’s Mind Raft EP elicited praise from Pitchfork for being “passionate and lovingly crafted.” The Fader hailed her “zen weed energy” and “moody dervish spirals.” Her debut LP, The Expanding Flower Planet reflects a remarkable creative journey.

Others imitate the past and others divine inspiration and transmit it elsewhere. Deradoorian embodies the latter idea, synthesizing faint hints of Alice Coltrane and Can, Terry Riley, and Dorothy Ashby. A new world springs from ancient traditions—with East Indian, Middle Eastern, traditional Japanese music and Native American rhythms aligned with Deradoorian’s singular orbit. The songs glide through a odyssey of self-exploration—glowing and warping, burning brightly and floating gracefully, permanently transcending.


7/30 | FREE THUR :: R. Ring (feat. Kelley Deal of The Breeders) // pecas || BSP Kingston

Address: 323 Wall St, Kingston
Laetitia Sadier (of Stereolab) // Deradoorian || BSP Kingston

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Kingston: Catch 22 // El Dred // Askultara

July 16, 2015 at The Anchor in Kingston.

Catch 22 reunion tour and they are coming to The Anchor!!! Buy tickets in advance at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1888080

Very limited number of tickets are available….get yours before they sell out!

Catch 22

El Dred

Askultura (Rumba Punk Ska)

$15 Cover 21+

Doors 8:30pm Show 9:30pm

Address: 744-746 Broadway, Kingston
Catch 22 // El Dred // Askultara

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Kingston: FREE THUR :: C. P. Stelling // Johanna Warren // Mikaela Davis || BSP Kingston

August 06, 2015 at BSP Kingston in Kingston.

Output Agency Ltd. presents

FREE THURSDAYS! Sponsored by Magic Hat Brewing Company!

EVERY WEEK | $5 Magic Hat drafts/bottles!
VINYL (etc) GIVEAWAYS | From Rhino Records Kingston, sign-up at door
DRINKING & DRAWING | Dont worry, we got the crayons.

+live music from
Christopher Paul Stelling | Johanna Warren | Mikaela Davis

DOORS 8PM // MUSIC 8:30PM || 18+


7/16 | FREE THURS :: Ports of Spain // n e w g o d || BSP Kingston
7/23 | FREE THUR :: Adir L. C. // Matthew Paul Butler || BSP KINGSTON
7/30 | FREE THUR :: R. Ring (feat. Kelley Deal of The Breeders) // pecas || BSP Kingston

Address: 323 Wall St, Kingston
FREE THUR :: C. P. Stelling // Johanna Warren // Mikaela Davis || BSP Kingston

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July 18, 2015 at Temple Emanuel of Kingston, NY in Kingston.

In this heartfelt tale about life, love and the supreme joy of music, renowned but lonely Swedish conductor Daniel Daréus (Michael Nyqvist), whose unfulfilled life dream is to create music that will “open people’s hearts,” suffers a heart attack onstage at the end of a performance.

Despite having professional commitments for the next eight years, he decides to retire indefinitely and return to his boyhood village in northern Sweden — although he has mixed feelings about returning because of a painful childhood.

Daniel settles in the old, abandoned elementary school and is soon asked by a local minister to help improve the singing skills of his church choir — made up of all kinds of villagers, with all kinds of problems. Daniel reluctantly agrees.

To his surprise, the conductor discovers that the more he draws out the singers’ hidden talents, the more he realizes what he missed by living in the big city.

Before long, he makes friends and finds love (Frida Hallgren). But he also becomes troublingly entwined in the villagers’ personal problems — including those of an abusive husband (Per Morberg) who, it turns out, bullied Daniel decades earlier in school.

“[A] tale of love, community and redemption … and a true believer’s faith in the transcendent powers of music,” says critic Amy Biancolli in the Houston Chronicle.

“A thematic piece of art,” says Mario Tarradell in The Dallas Morning News.

“A really beautiful film … one of the year’s best,” says Per Ganbar in Sweden’s MovieZine.

The 2004 Swedish-language film with English subtitles — whose original title is “Så som i himmelen” — runs 133 minutes and was nominated for Best Foreign Film at the 77th Academy Awards.

Address: 243 Albany Ave, Kingston

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Kingston: Trip to Coney Island

August 15, 2015 at Riverview Missionary Baptist Church in Kingston.

FIELD TRIP to Coney Island sponsored by the Trustee Ministry. Saturday, August 15, 2015. The bus will leave Riverview at 10 am and leaving Coney Island at 9:30 pm. Tickets: $40 for Adults and $20 for Children 12 and under. For more information contact the church or Lead Servant Sis. Marlo Brodhead

Address: 240 Catherine St, Kingston
Trip to Coney Island

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