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Sweatshop Social: Bag Building Workshop

Last Monday of every month, 7-10 p.m.

Not sure if you've heard, but plastic isn't really cool anymore, which is one reason why you should join the nonprofit organization Bags for the People as they show environmentally conscious trendsetters how to make custom cotton bags. Another reason is because there will be drinks, snacks and live music on hand (you bring the fabric of your choice; sewing machines and other materials provided). And then there's the whole saving the planet part too. FREE

3rd Ward
195 Morgan Ave, between Meadow and Stagg Sts (map)

Hester Street Fair

until 6 PM

A flea market in the Lower East Side. FREE

Hester St. @ Essex St.
Hester St. @ Essex St. (map)
Lower East Side

Cabaret Cinema

Fridays, 9:30 p.m.

Friday-night film series featuring popular movies and guest speakers. FREE with a $7 drink min.

Rubin Museum of Art
150 W 17th St., between Sixth and Seventh Aves (map)

Target First Saturday's at the Brooklyn Museum

until 11 PM

Target First Saturdays, thousands of visitors enjoy free programs of art and entertainment each month from 5 to 11 p.m. FREE

Brooklyn Museum of Art
200 Eastern Pkwy., at Washington Ave (map)
Crown Heights

Free Tuesdays at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Tuesdays, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Enjoy free admission to the Botanic Garden to admire the fall foliage and beautiful gardens.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden
900 Washington Avenue (map)
Prospect Heights


Mondays, 11 p.m.

Josh Wildman and Andrew Kuo spin indie on the main floor. Hugs! Tears! Indie Rock!

93 Second Ave., between E 5th and E 6th Sts (map)
East Village

Flashy & Trashy


One of our favorite types of human beings are the flashy and trashy kind, second only to those who don't take themselves too seriously. This, then, is our perfect dance party filled with perfect people: There's grilled cheese and tater tots served at the bar, classic 80s and 90s dance hits and old-school rap fueling the party, and no dress code enforced. In fact, you might see resident Jay McElfresh wearing a marching-band uniform or wizard robe because why not a marching-band uniform or a wizard robe? FREE

(Le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St, at Thompson St (map)
Greenwich Village



What claims to be Brooklyn's only dark wave and post-punk party which caters to "weirdos, punks and queers" is a real rainbow assortment of gloomy-weather dance music spun by DJs Jeffo! and Lark to the cloud-breaking backdrop of Casey Spectacular's projections. Nevermind the sweetness associated with the candy--this month, they celebrate wasted youth. Drink up, taste the rainbow. FREE

The Outpost
1014 Fulton St, between Grand Ave and Downing St (map)
Downtown Brooklyn

The Tip

Thursdays, 10 p.m.

DJs Krunk Pony, Robbie Loggia and eck$ get your money maker moving with a mix of disco, funk, house, breakbeat, electro and hip-hop. Drink specials aid this process, as do the 70s movie visuals. It all goes down every Thursday in the basement.

Happy Ending
302 Broome St., at Forsythe St (map)
Lower East Side

Six Six Sick

Tuesdays, 10 p.m.

Different guest hosts each week join DJs Micprobes, Dimitry!!! and Dances with Girls on the lower level to throw a themed party, complete with drink specials, champagne and an eclectic mix of electro and party jams. Check or for more info.

Happy Ending
302 Broome St., at Forsythe St (map)
Lower East Side

Musique Non Stop

Tuesdays, 11 p.m.

DJ Holla and guests spin dance punk and electro every Tuesday on the main floor.

93 Second Ave., between E 5th and E 6th Sts (map)
East Village

Disco Down

Tuesdays, 10 p.m.

Twig the Wonderkid, named "Best Rock 'n' Roll DJ" in our 2009 Nightlife Awards Issue spins electro, disco, new wave, rawk and indie alongside DJ Bastard on the ground floor.

Happy Ending
302 Broome St., at Forsythe St (map)
Lower East Side


Thursdays, 11 p.m.

Why sit in your apartment listening to the Smiths and wishing you were dead when you could be in the basement of Lit Lounge listening to the Smiths and experiencing a sweltering mass of sweat and self-promotion? "Best DJ" winner of The L's 2009 Nightlife Awards, DJ Jess helms the tables with DJ Bastard for a night of 80s new wave and Brit pop. (Not so coincidentally, Lit was also named "Best Post-Breakup Night Out Spot" in our Nightlife Awards.)

93 Second Ave., between E 5th and E 6th Sts (map)
East Village

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