Events: 5/13/09-5/17/09

13 05 2009


Still We Ride , a documentary about false arrests surrounding the 2004 RCN in New York will be screening with Times Up! at Vox Pop at 8pm. 


Mayoral Candidate Reverend Billy will kick off a one day “F  The Fair Hike”  F Train Whistle Stop Tour  on Thursday at 11 AM with a press conference at Rockefeller Plaza at 1pm and on into the evening.  Soon the good Reverend will also be touring the U.K.!



Bail Out the People Weekly Discussion Series at 7pm  Topic: The Pakistani President’s visit to Washington and the bloody offensive in the Swat Valley Dinner by donation starts at 6:30pm. Solidarity Center, 55 West 17 Street, 5th floor

AFL-CIO HEALTH CARE CAMPAIGN, presentation by NICK UNGER – Friday, May 15, 2009, 3-5pm at the Murphy Institute, 25 West 43rd Street, 18th Floor Conference Room. On May 15th, come hear Nick Unger, Training Director, AFL-CIO Health Care Campaign, talk about what we can do to make health care reform a reality.


Burlesque At The Beach – All summer on Thursdays at 9pm & Fridays at 10pm. $15 Bambi the Mermaid Presents: A Burlesque Salute to Grey Gardens! Starring Bunny Love, Clams Casino, Gal Friday, Sequinette, Matt Mohr, Dr. Likki & Tigger. Featuring Revolutionary Costumes & Mayhem!

Surrealist Theater at the Coney Island History Museum 10pm $10.


United for Peace & Justice will be hosting a fund raising & consciousness raising bike ride on Saturday Peddle for Peace on Saturday. Registration begins at 10Am and prices range from $25.00-$40.00 with children riding free. Check their website for more information.

Coney Island Film Society season opener “Psycho.”  8:30PM, $5 GENERAL PUBLIC, $3 FILM SOCIETY MEMBERS, FREE POPCORN! 


Marriage Equality New York ,  Broadway Impact & Civil Rights Front Rally – To counter an anti-gay marriage rally the group will gather at 40th street and 3rd Avenue to show their support for the gay marriage legislation introduced by Gov. Paterson and  just approved in the House. The rally will be at 1pm outside the Governor’s offices at 633 Third Avenue, Between 40th and 41st Streets

Later that night Broadway Impact is joining up with gay rights groups for a gala: 

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