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Super Summer Calendar Late July

The Indypendent Jun 30, 2006

THE INDYPENDENT has
open weekly meetings
TUESDAYS AT 7PM
4 West 43rd Street
Room 311
SAT JULY 15
7pm • $5 Suggested
SCREENING: BLACK DIAMONDS
This film examines surface mining, mountaintop
removal practices and radical community
resistance to mining destruction in
West Virginia. Bluestockings 172 Allen St.

THURS JULY 20
7PM • $5 Suggested
TWO DOCUMENTARY SCREENINGS: “i”, a
doc on Indymedia Argentina and their struggles
and triumphs amidst political turmoil
and a collapsing economy.
& a screening of “The Indypendent,” a
short doc. about the people and process
behind New York City’s radical independent
newspaper.
www.ithefilm.com • 212-777-6028
Bluestocking, 172 Allen St.

THURS JULY 27 – FRI JULY 28
BENEFIT: GALLERY SHOW FOR DANIEL

MCGOWAN. w/Armsrock, Arofish, Borf,
GoreB, Peter Kuper, Josh MacPhee, RB827,
Nicole Schulman, Chris Stain, Swoon, Seth
Tobocman, & many more. All proceeds go to
help pay environmental & social justice
activist McGowan’s legal costs.
ABC No Rio, 156 Rivington St.
visual.resistance@gmail.com

EVERY SUNDAY AT 3PM
SOS: THE SUNDAY OPEN SERIES is ABC No
Rio’s open poetry reading. No Sign-Up. No
Time Limit. No Features. No Bullshit.

MON 7/17 – SAT 7/22
& MON 8/7 – SAT 8/12

WILLIE MAE ROCK CAMP, an empowerment
program for girls, using music as a tool for
empowerment. For girls ages 8-18.
Bkln Friends School in downtown Bkln.
www.williemaerockcamp.org

GOING ON ALL SUMMER LONG
RIVER TO RIVER/ SOUTH ST. SEAPORT

Music, Speakers, Dance, Film, Pretty much
everything. Corporate Sponsorship up the
ass so don’t expect anything to radical.
www.RiverToRiverNYC.com
212-748-8568

PROSPECT PARK BANDSHELL
The Celebrate Brooklyn! festival of music,
dance, film and spoken word performances
June — August, with musical tastes ranging
from funky hip-hop to modern jazz to Afro-
Brazilian fusion rock. Get your funky picnic on.
718-855-7882 • www.prospectpark.org

MOVIES AT BRYANT PARK
Mondays at dusk • FREE
July 3: M*A*S*H
JULY 10: Bullitt
JULY 17: The Band Wagon
JULY 24: High Noon
JULY 31: A Shot in the Dark

MOVIES AT SOCRATES SCULPTURE PARK
Films start at sunset, prescreen performances
at 7:30 • FREE
www.socratessculpturepark.org
718-956-1819
JULY 5: Walkabout (Australia)
JULY 12: Wild Strawberries
JULY 19: Motorcycle Diaries

ROOFTOP FILMS
All films start at dusk • $10-$15
see www.RoofTopFilms.com for full schedule
and locations.
July 7 – August 25 • Thursday nights
At this Dumbo park series, DJs spin music
starting at 6pm, and the movies – this year
revolving around a water theme – begin at
sunset. Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park,
718-802-0603 • bbpc.net

Through Jan 7 • $10; students and 65+,
$5; under 12, free.
LEGACIES: CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
REFLECT ON SLAVERY

Tue – Sun: 10am – 6pm; Fri to 8pm
NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY,
2 W 77th St., Manhattan
212-873-3400

Through September 24 • FREE
WILL WILSON: AUTO IMMUNE RESPONSE
A photographer’s deliberate counter narrative
to romantic visions of Native people living
in an unchanging past.
1 Bowling Green, George Gustave Heye Ctr.