Friday, November 01, 2013

Lots of Weekend Fun: The Cave, LaunchPad, Marathon, and More

ILFA has become such a shadow of its former self that even this long goodbye has petered out and become boring. This is, in part, because team ILFA is gearing up to ramble through 26.2 miles of NYC as part of the marathon on Sunday. (Semi)-interesting wrap-up postings are promised thereafter, along with the final annual roundup. In the meantime, there's lots of fun to be had tomorrow around the Avenue, including a big event over at 964 Dean Street (The Cave) and good times at LaunchPad. Also, there's more to come on local businesses, but in the meantime, Stork is in the running for a big-time grant. Help them out and click here.

- The Cave:

Please come join us at
THE CAVE
Saturday, November 2nd and 9th
Doors @ 7:30PM
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964 Dean St.
Between Franklin ave and Classon.
TRAIN: Franklin AVE AC or 2345
$10 online / $12 at the door

8:00-9:00
Dance & Music performance by Archaic Remnants &
The Methods of Transfer
In collaboration with:
Laura Cuille, Justin James Hampton, Craig Harff, Kathryn Nusa Logan, Amanda MacLeod, Jon Montefu, Don Panicko, Justin Passmore and Robyn Rikoon
9:00-11:00
Jess Ledbetter (BULLIT)
Matt Howels Blues Project
11PM-LATE
$7 at the door
DJs Anthony Morin, José Hamilton, Ace Baron and more will be mixing house, techno, disco, funk, dance hall, breaks and bass in the basement until late night. Jam session and after hours to follow.

Limited seating available for the dance performance so please get your tickets ahead of time!
*Please note that performance will begin at 8:00. Following the performance we will have two live bands and a DJ. If you can't make it at 8PM doors will reopen at 9 for the live musical performances. Bring your dancing shoes.  
We will have a bar so PLEASE NO BYOB.
We look forward to seeing you in THE CAVE!
CAVE LINKS
Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/org/4707214451?s=17809461


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- LaunchPad:

Saturday, November 2nd @ 8pm
PULSEWAVE SPOOKTACULAR: Part BOO! 


It's time to get ghastly with your favorite ghouls, gals and undead pals! Coming in costume is EXTREMELY encouraged. And y'all better come prepped with your best open mic material: we'll be holding a contest where the winner receives a slot to play the next Pulsewave!

♪ OXYGENSTAR (LAST LIVE SET EVER!) as LED ZEPPELIN

OxygenStar is a scatterbrain. He creates music by all means necessary. His live set can include drums, old laptops running MS-DOS, the original NES, guitars, keyboards, all of the above or none of the above. And just when you think he has stuck to one style of music, he will drop an album on your face that doesn't relate to anything. Tell your sister.

http://www.oxygenstarpower.com/
https://www.facebook.com/oxygenstar
https://soundcloud.com/oxygenstar

♫ an0va as QUEEN

an0va is a chiptune musician from Philadelphia who specializes in energetic and technical rock. This Pulsewave, an0va will be performing as a tribute to Queen. aka pretty much the best rock band of all time. I mean, come on.

http://facebook.com/an0va

♪ BRIGHT PRIMATE

IN A WORLD WHERE CORRUPTION RULES THE STREETS AND THE PEOPLE ARE WITHOUT HOPE, 2 UNLIKELY FRIENDS WILL MAKE MUSIC... WITH A GAMEBOY.

http://brightprimate.tk/


☼ MR. GIF
http://mr-gif.com/

LaunchPad
721 Franklin Ave
2/3/4/5/C Franklin Ave
8pm; $10 suggested donation

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Sunday, November 3rd @ 4pm
NYC Physics and Math Self-Learners Group


At the NYC Physics & Math Self-Learners, we basically work our way through graduate physics materials, and meet on the first Sunday afternoon of each month to discuss what we've learned and to answer one anothers' questions.  The emphasis is on intuition rather than problem-solving methods, but we do both.

LaunchPad
721 Franklin Ave
2/3/4/5/C Franklin Ave
4pm; Pay what you wish

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Sunday, November 3rd @ 6:30pm
Financial Planning for Freelancers and Artists


Today we are faced with more financial decisions than ever before. If you are one of the many freelancers, contractors, part-timers, artists, all creative types working nontraditional hours for nontraditional pay this seminar is for you. You will get practical advice for all the decisions you have to make--managing the money you are bringing home, knowing how to deal with the unexpected (illness, break up or debt) and how to save.
Professional financial planner and MSF, Inna Babenko, specializing in non-profits and freelancers will share her insider knowledge which will help you navigate the choppy waters of today’s economy.
She will also talk about the Obamacare--something that we all have heard about but don’t quite understand what it means for us.

LaunchPad
721 Franklin Ave
2/3/4/5/C Franklin Ave
6:30pm; $5 suggested donation

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