June 9 – 23
$10 general, $7 student, $5 senior
Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
This 25-year-old organization works to confront human rights abusers and defend basic freedoms.
ALL Screenings at Walter Reade Theater
at Lincoln Center, 165 W 65th St, Plaza Level
(btwn. Broadway & Amsterdam)
www.hrw.org/iff (212) 875-5600
7pm • FREE
Reading: The Risks of Sunbathing Topless: And Other Funny Stories from the Road. This new collection captures the comedic essence of bad travel, and a uniquely female experience of the possible fiascos of life on the road.
BlueStockings 172 Allen St. betw Stanton and Rivington
8pm • FREE
A trailblazer in the African American dance community since 1970, PHILADANCO has become one of the country’s leading dance ensembles.
Prospect Park Bandshell, Prospect Park West
& 9th St. Bklyn.
2—6pm • FREE
2005 NYC PRIDE RALLY
Join thousands in support of gay, lesbian, queer and transgendered people.
Bryant Park 6th Ave. and 42nd St.
9am • FREE
Off-road ride on Old Croton Aqueduct
Meet West 242nd St and Broadway, Bronx, last stop 1 train, next to Van Cortlandt Park.
12:30pm • FREE
South Bronx People’s Environmental Tour
Meet at Brook Park, 141st St. and Brook Ave.
ABC NO RIO Benefit
Charles Cohen, Chris Welcome/Mmike Baggetta, Drew Gardner trio, Diana Wayburn trio, Ed Chang, Francois Grillot/Daniel Levine, Kabloona, Jeff Arnal trio, John Hagen trio, Nick Gianni ens. Robyn Siwula, Ty Cumbie ens. Sam Newsome… and more
156 Rivington St. (btwn. Clinton & Suffolk)
7pm • FREE
Reading: The Lives of Agnes Smedley with author Ruth Price
The story of one of the most significant women of the 20th century — a journalist, feminist heroine, political activist and spy — whose liberated lifestyle stamped her as a woman ahead of her time.
BlueStockings 172 Allen St. btwn. Stanton and Rivington
1:30—3:30pm • FREE
Show Your Support in Court
NY Federal Appeals Court Hearing on Voting Rights Restoration Lawsuits two landmark cases aimed at overturning New York’s felon disfranchisement law, will be heard by all of the active judges of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals
Please arrive no later than 1:30
*No cells in courtroom
40 Foley Square, 17th floor (4,5,6 to Brooklyn Bridge or 1,2,3,9 to Chambers St)
SCREENING: In the Name of Sugar
The Ongoing Strike at Hacienda Luisita
UNITE HERE Union hall
31 West 15th St Btwn 5th and 6th Aves.
6.30pm $10 advance / $12 at the door
PARTY 4 CUBA to End the Blockade benefiting the 16th IFCO/Pastors for Peace Caravan & the 36th Venceremos Brigade. Entertainment and food. Afro-Cuban music – Xiomara Rodriguez, Pedro Domech and DJ Carlito.
Freedom Hall, 235 W 23rd St. 1/C/E train to 23rd St.
7pm • FREE
Critical Mass: Manhattan
Union Sq Park North
7:30pm • FREE
SOULIVE / ANTIBALAS AFROBEAT ORCHESTRA
Prospect Park, Prospect Park West & 9th St., Bklyn.
5pm • FREE
NYC DYKE MARCH
Dykes, allies, friends and family welcome!
Bryant Park @ 6th Ave. and 42nd St.
An event not to be missed!
Theatre for the New City 155 1st. St.
7pm • FREE
Pride Open Mic and Skill Share
Hosted by Leah, Lissy, and Jill March first. Swap words, then stay to swap skills with dykes who know how.
BlueStockings 172 Allen St. btwn Stanton and Rivington
2pm • FREE
23rd Annual Mermaid Parade
Nation’s largest art parade. See website for registration fees if you want in the parade.
Coney Island. Take D, F, Q lines to Stillwell Ave.
7:30pm • FREE
NEW PORNOGRAPHERS / STARS /
A host of indie rockers descends on the Bandshell for an early Canada Day fête. Prospect Park West & 9th St. in Park Slope, Bklyn.
11am-10pm • Free
Including vendors, music, performance and dancing
West Village, Greenwich St., Washington St. Clinton St. etc. www.hopinc.org
10:30am • FREE
Beach Ride to Jacob Riis Park
Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge or
11 a.m. Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn.
5pm • $5
Ping Pong Tournament
A Benefit for the ABC No Rio Building Renovation Fund. All playing levels
welcome! Individuals & Teams!
Sophie’s Pub, E. 5th St btwn A & B
7pm • Donation
Hasta la Victoria Siempre! — A Critical Appraisal of the Cuban Experiment in National Healthcare
Blue Stockings 172 Allen St. btwn Stanton & Rivington
7pm • $3—5 Suggested Donation
Women’s Poetry Jam & Open Mike featuring stories about sexuality, sex, and gender.
Blue Stockings 172 Allen St. btwn Stanton and Rivington
8—9:30pm • FREE
Rev. Billy and The Church of Stop Shopping
The Church of Stop Shopping holds an outrageous gospel revival service.
St Marks Church 131 E. 10th St., at 2nd Ave.
June 30 – July 4 • FREE
Cycle Messenger World Championships
Messenger races, cargo races, stationalry bike sprints, regular sprints, bunny hops, arm wrestling, gear fixing.
Continuous (FREE EVENTS)
Jay St. Market– Performances,
art flea market
Jay & Water St. Brooklyn.
Food Not Bombs – Cooks at ABC No Rio
156 Rivington St. 212.254.3697
Craft-On – Church of Craft’s Craft-on, weekly meeting to hang out and make stuff
325 Gold Street, No. 2, near Myrtle and Flatbush, A,C,F. 347.249.8470
Food Not Bombs – Serves in Tompkins Square Park by the Chess tables
Books Thru Bars – Send books to prisoners. To donate email email@example.com 212.254.3697 ext. 323
DOC.TAILS, Documentaries & cocktails,
DJ after party & drink specials
84 7th Ave. South (btwn Bleecker & Grove)
Big Blue Kickball Game – McCarren Park Bedford & North 11th, Williamsburg
Open Mic – Spittin Devil Literary Open Mic – poetry, short stories, prose, no slam poetry, hip hop or stand up
359 Metropolitan at Havemeyer, Williamsburg
Yoga – Good for all levels; wear comfortable clothes in which knees can bend.
6BC garden 6th St between Aves. B&C
Peace Vigil – Across from Ground Zero
Public Speakout – with No Police State.
In Union Square.
Play Dirty – Craft night, talent optional.
Stain Bar, 766 Grand St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Progressive Happy Hour, East River Bar South 6th St, Bedford & Berry, Williamsburg, Bklyn.
Qi Gong – breath control, self-massage, and meditation. Wear comfortable clothes 6BC Garden 6th between B & C
Art and Ecology Workshop – For children ages 8-12. RSVP 212.777.7969
Protest – End the Occupation, Peace with Justice. Women in Black, (men welcome) Israeli women for peace
14th St. & Broadway, Union Square
DRINKING LIBERALLY Progressive drinking hour Rudy’s, 9th Ave., between 44th & 45th St.
Experimental Art Night – Open music jam: Bring your own instruments or use theirs. Collaborative painting. Glass House, 38 South 1st Street, between Kent & Wythe, Williamsburg, Bklyn.
Liquid Courage – Open Mic Improv Comedy Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. 307 W. 26th St 212.366.9167
RIGHT RIDES – Free rides home for Women
& Transwomen in Lower East Side & Williamsburg
www.RightRides.org • 718.964.7781