Souldish NYC: 11/20-26
))Souldish Specially Featured Events((
==Friday, November 20==
1. Evolver Presents: Re-Visioning Capitalism
Some say it’s time for American civilization to die. Come and join us for an electric night when Howard Bloom will tell Daniel Pinchbeck why American civilization has just begun to live – and how it will be saved and upgraded by – guess who? – YOU. “Machine –gun raconteur and scientist, ex PR magnate to the stars, and author of “The Genius of the Beast: A Radical Re-Vision of Capitalism”, Howard Bloom is a speaker of incendiary mercurial intellect” (Village Voice). Emceed by Daniel Pinchbeck, author and founder of Reality Sandwich and Evolver and who disagrees with Bloom about Everything. Forget sparks! Minds will fly. Bloom’s first roaring rant in NYC for 4 years. Don’t miss it! Stay for discussion, mingling with great food and bar. Special presentation to join Time Interchange New York (TINY. www.timeinterchange.com) a complementary currency system that is re-visioning capitalism right here on our own doorstep.
169 Bowery, NYC
2. Pour Your Art Out hosted by Chris Bee
Vol. 1″ This is going to be an art party of epic proportions. Art opening + fashion show, plus 3 bands and lots of djs. it is going… to be hella fresh more will be revealed as the party gets closer. Hope to see you there.
(5p – 9a yes that’s 9am, $donation is usually $5 or $10)
239 Washington St.
==Saturday, November 21==
Winter Wonderland at Rebel NYC presented by Rebirth
“But I don’t want to go among mad people,” Alice remarked.
“Oh, you can’t help that,” said the Cat: “we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.”
“How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice.
“You must be,” said the Cat, “or you wouldn’t have come here.”
Witness as Rebirth takes Manhattan. New York is steeped in the confusion of myth that has us all feeling a bit insane. But not to despair, instead let us celebrate, for sweet relief has found it’s way into our fair city. There is a ReBirth. Don the mask of fantasy where art, music, and dance fuse with spirit to create a wonderland where we may find momentary refuge along the way on our journey “back home — to ourselves.” We, the innocent few dream of illicit pleasure, childlike reverie, dancing ‘til dawn as we dream ourselves back to the eyes that once inspired us…and perhaps we may find ‘the others’ in the process. In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Alice represents our youthful struggle to survive in the confusing world of adults. To understand our adult world, Alice has to overcome the open-mindedness that is characteristic for children. Here is your chance to peel back the layers your adult self has created, and return to your innocence, your child-like open-mindedness, and perhaps your reckless cravings for exploration into other worlds and other minds. The Red Queen shook her head, “You may call it ‘nonsense’ if you like,” she said, “but I’ve heard nonsense, compared with which that would be as sensible as a dictionary!”
Join Alice in her trippy winter wonderland adventures into live painting, cage dancing, psychedelic visuals, trippy light shows, Tarot Readings, live music, dj’s, drinks, and black light visual sensations. Try out your right brain and dress “fantasy”, black light friendly attire will make us love you even more…Winter Wonderland “brought to you by Rebirth” Experience a Winter Wonderland “Go ask Alice,.. I think she’ll know.”Live Musicians: Spineless Thug, ATM, Bioluminescence, The Living Painting Group. Live DJ’s: iMu.uRi, Subsince, Promethea Pink, Mikey Likes It playing all varieties of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, IDM, Grime, Jungle, Bass) Winter Deco by Nephil Nine. Psychedelic Visual Projections by Kaliptus. In-Joy!
(11p - 6a, $10)
251 W 30th St.
see who’s coming: http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?ref=mb#/event.php?eid=165532643667&ref=mf
==November 23==Souldish Featured Event==
The Money Fix Film Screening and Filmmaker Q&A
Join us for a screening of the acclaimed feature-length documentary The Money Fix which exposes the assumptions behind the current money system and offers a look at existing alternatives. The screening will be followed by a panel and Q&A with director Alan Rosenblith, Jen Cohen of Seven Stones Leadership and The Global Sufficiency Network, and Jordan Schachter of Time Interchange New York (TINY). Alan and Jen will be joining us via Skype and Jordan will moderate the discussion. We hope you can join us as we surface and examine hidden assumptions about the function and use of money and learn practical tools for empowering our communities. Money is at the intersection of nearly every aspect of modern life. Most of us take the monetary system for granted, but it has a profound and largely misunderstood influence on our lives. The Money Fix is a feature-length documentary exploring our society’s relationship with the almighty dollar. The Money Fix examines economic patterning in both the human and the natural worlds, and through this lens we learn how we can empower ourselves by redesigning the lifeblood of the economy at the community level. The film documents three types of alternative money systems, all of which help solve economic problems for the communities in which they operate.
See trailer here http://www.themoneyfix.org/videos/money-fix-trailer
Presented by Evolver NYC, Souldish, and StorySpiral.
Here is a recent blog by Alan Rosenblith for Souldish in which he explores questions such as: What is money? Where does it come from? How does the design of our monetary system affect our lives? http://www.souldish.com/2009/10/19/the-money-fix-by-alan-rosenblith
Speaking will be: Jordan Schachter is the founder of TimeForCharity.com, an auction website that hosts auctions for charities and one of the founders of The Time Interchange Of New York, www.timeinterchange.com, where New Yorkers can trade goods and services for an alternative currency called Time Dollars or TINY’s. He has written and directed several feature films and television pilots as well as plays in New York. He meditates daily. http://timeinterchange.wordpress.com/
Please note: no one will be turned away for lack of funds but we do appreciate helping us pay for the space rental and so on, and we are also raising funds for TINY to help them renew their Time Bank software licensing fee and will be making a donation to the filmmaker for allowing us to show his film if there are available funds.
(7p, Suggested Donation $10)
6th St. Community Center,
638 East 6th Street (b/w Ave B & C)
==Friday, November 20==
Eyebeam - Performa 09
As part of the citywide biennial performance art festival, PERFORMA 09, EYEBEAM presents PERFORMING THE WEB featuring net art pioneers JODI’s The Folksomy Project, a performative audiovisual deconstruction of YouTube; and Eyebeamers Jeff Crouse and Aaron Meyers’ The World Series of ‘Tubing, a high-energy, augmented reality game show. Performing the Web is sponsored in part by The Consulate-General of Netherlands, and The Mondriaan Foundation
540 W. 21st St.
==Also on Friday==
The Shaman’s Way - Healing the Light Body
With medical anthropologist, Alberto Villoldo, PhD. Alberto Villoldo with shamansShamans understand that we all have a luminous energy field surrounding the body that holds a record of all our traumas and reflects the state of our health and psyche. The work of a shaman is to heal patients by bringing balance to this field. In this experiential workshop, Alberto Villoldo, who has studied and practiced the shamanic traditions of the Andes and Amazon for more than 30 years, will introduce us to the core practices of shamanic energy medicine, giving us powerful tools we can use to attain exceptional health and well-being and to positively affect our future evolution. The healing modalities we will explore will include: the illumination process which clears imbalances in the energy field before they have a chance to express as disease in the body; a method for extracting toxic energies embedded in our energy field; “soul retrieval” work to revisit and undo the damage of past traumatic events as we recover our essential Self; and rites of passage, including life and death rites.
NY Open Center
22 East 30th St.
==Also on Friday==
‘Out of the Silence’
Join us for an evening of live and multimedia performance art inspired by meditation. Hosted by Alan Barnes Netherton, Music by Kaia Dances by Kana, Cory, TREe, CoCo T, Monologues and Video by Jordan Schachter.
(8:30pm, Show 9pm, $5 suggested donation)
114 Forrest St., 4th Floor
Buzzer #15, BK
(2 blocks from L Train - Morgan Ave)
==Also on Friday and throughout the week==
Fix - the movie
One week only theatrical run not to be missed. Synopsis: Racing across Los Angeles in one, unwieldy day, documentary filmmakers Bella and Milo race from Beverly Hills to Watts and places in between to get Milo’s brother Leo from jail to rehab before 8pm, or Leo goes to prison for three years. A story inspired by true events, the trio documents their trip from a suburban police station in Calabasas through mansions in Beverly Hills, East LA chop-shops, rural wastelands, and housing projects in Watts as they attempt to raise the $5,000 required to get Leo into the rehab clinic. Along the way encountering dozens of colorful characters, each with their own anomalous perspective on Leo’s larger than life personality and style, and each with their own excuse for why they cannot help out. In the end, it may take a drug deal to get the necessary funds for rehab. “This is a life more vivid than any I’ve ever seen in this town. It’s a movie more vivid than almost any made in this town. Dirty, sweet and magical, the movie swirls kaleidoscopically through urban terrain. It has the hallmarks of a music video — fast motion, jump cuts, dizzying angles — but isn’t just vainly edgy. It’s meant to be a guerrilla film-on-the-fly, latticed like the broken windshield of perception. The movie has a sort of mantra — at least twice, characters offer the greeting “Each day’s better than the next.” Here is a two-faced piece of wisdom indeed. Does it mean life is getting ever-better, like it sounds, or ever-worse, like it says? Is “Fix” a movie about hope or catastrophe, the best of times or the worst of times? That’s for you to decide after seeing the movie. Catch it at the Brooklyn Film Festival, see it at another festival near you, beg your local arthouse to play it, do what you have to do, but see it. Because you just gotta.” -Joshua Tanzer offoffoff.com Friday, November 20, - Thursday, November 26
11:00 AM | 1:10 PM | 3:20 PM | 5:30 PM | 7:50 PM |10:10 PM
(Times vary, $12.50)
Village East Cinema
181 2nd Ave. and 12th st
==Saturday, November 21==
Unlock the Mystery of Reading Tarot
Please bring a notebook. Call the store for reservations; (212) 243-5994. Tarot readings at 1 with extra charge (not free.)
(10:30a - 12:30p, free)
78 5th Ave.
East West Books Cafe
==Also on Saturday==
Dharma Yoga Asana Clinic
Every third Saturday of the month. These highly valuable clinics will focus on proper placement and alignment in the practice of each pose. You will also learn the spiritual intention of the poses. As Sri Dharma Mittra always says in class, “Each posture is designed to bring the practitioner a specific state of consciousness.” There will be a Q & A period. This workshop is intended to give students the time to slowly work on the chosen postures and therefore make rapid progress. Asana Clinic Series Curriculum: • Surrender and Faith: Hips, Hamstrings and Healthy Knees • Twists: Unlock the Ageless and Supple Spine • Arms Balances: Strength, Suspension and Grace • Standing Balances and the Power of the Yogic Warroir Poses • Forward Bending and Hip Opening Postures • Forearm Balances: The Strength of the Fearless Heart • Inversions & Back Bends • Advancing Your Level from Dharma II to Dharma III • Sirshasana: King of the Poses • Backbends: Compassion in Action • Dharma’ Eight Main Postures: Your Path to Practice and Freedom • The Art of Stretching Through Yoga
Dharma’s Eight Main Postures
Dharma Yoga Center
297 3rd Ave at 23rd St
==Also on Saturday==
Opening Reception Art Show of Selected Contemporary Works
from the Permanent Collection. Opening Reception: Main Galleries: Selected Contemporary Works from the Permanent Collection, Part 2 (2002-present) aMore than 120 works by nearly 80 artists. Abdul Rahman Al Mozayen, Muhammed Al Amery, Nabil Anani, Bienvenido Bones Banez jr., Bahar Behbahani, Marcia Bernstein, Maurizio Bolognini, Ilya Bolotowsky, Beryl Brenner, Orin Buck, Hildy Burns, Rodriquez Calero (ROCA), Judy Chicago, Fabrice Covelli, Andrea Cukier, Donn Davis, Pablo Delano, Thomas DeLooza, Eben Dodd, Troy Frantz, Ayakoh Furukawa, Dinh Gia Le, Samia Halaby, Daniel Hanequand, Allen Henriquez, Halona Hilbertz, Virginia Hoge, Tom Hooper, Jeff Hoppa, Hasan Hourani, Richard Humann, Soojung Hyun, Takamune Ishiguro, Hidenori Izumi, Susan Jacobs, Gerald Johnson, Ahmad Kanaan, Guiro Kato, Ryoga Katsuma, Tamiko Kawata, Gloria Kennedy, Arthur P. Kirmss, Sachiko Kobayashi, Yayoi Kusama, Robert Lansdon, Alexandra Limpert, Tom Loeb, Sanae Maeda, Drew Maillard, Donna Moran, Hideo Murakami, Yumiko Nolan, Olsawsky, Nana Ono, Yoko Ono, Dana Parlier, Carmen Porfido, Yupin Pramotepipop, Carol Quint, Faith Ringgold, Ce Roser, Boom Rossukkon, Bonnie Rychlak, Cheryl Safren, Shigeno Sawada, Larry Scatturo, Frarncisco Schklowsky, Tasneem Shahzad, Shan Shan Sheng, K. Shima, Rachel Shoham, Sally Shore, Joel Simpson, Carri Skoczek, Gary Spradling, Sachiko Sube, Ari Tabei, Mayumi Takagi, Yasufumi Takahashi, Nocien Uskaemu, Nancy Ward, Mary Westring, Gaddy Wicken Dir, Maki Yamamoto, Phyllis Yampolsky, Haejin Yoon, Marcia Widenor, Hani Zurob, and others. Since late 1996 when the WAH Center opened, we have been acquiring contemporary works for a collection. While most of the works in the collection are from wonderful exhibitions held at the WAH Center, some works in the collection were not exhibited at the center, but donated by our generous friends. And while many works are from artists in New York City, we also have works by artists from across the United States and abroad. In one or two cases we have acquired work from an artist in depth, which we can show at special times. And, on particular themes such as last years, “Paradise Lost,” we have a very good body of art that can be shown again at special occasions. We are most thankful to have received many works donated by generous artists, and we are especially delighted and honored to have works by some particularly outstanding artists who are highly respected in the art world, such as Ilya Bolotowsky, Judy Chicago, Yayoi Kusama, Faith Ringgold, Jerry Rudquist, Toshiko Takaezu, Ansei and Toshiko Uchima, Chuyu Uemae, (a member of the Japanese avant-garde “Gutai” group) and more. For the most part, however, they are working professionals of high talent some of whom have been already recognized, having wide exposure in the New York Art World and beyond, and some of whom we feel will be known in future years. We are following their progress with great interest. We hope that you will come to visit Part 2 of the contemporary art show this November & December that opens November 21st with the smART Brooklyn Gallery Hop with free shuttle buses throughout the borough. November 21 - December 27, 2009
(1p - 6p, free)
Williamsburge Art & Historic Center135 Broadway (Corner of Broadway & Bedford)
List of Artists - http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?ref=mb#/event.php?eid=174045687956
==Sunday, November 22==
Permaculture: Queens Garden Assessment and Analysis
The Bungalow Garden Queens Field Trip to Middle Village/Elmhurst area .
An A and A- assess from here on the potentials.
We are renting a 100×30 lot with a tiny house in Queens that is available for collaboration in hands-on projects and teaching. Making soil, growing food, fish and indoor studio space- and make money. The space aims to be another of the many NYC urban examples of permanent culture. It’s also available as a eco-uberurban-vaca rental :). We have 6 fruit trees for pruning if you would like to teach fruit tree maintenance and health. The old pear tree (in the photo) is full of fruit yet you can see it needs care. It’s over lunch time so bring something to eat .. or there is food near by.
Rsvp at the NY Permaculture Meetup Group Page:
==Also on Sunday==
Permaculture: Film Screening of The Battle for Seattle
A viewing of the movie The Battle For Seattle. Co-hosted by Greg Todd and Alice Lo. To get to this address, take the #3 train to Nostrand. Walk down Nostrand toward the Banco Popular four blocks to Park Place, turn right. The format is a potluck, followed by the movie and sharing about your reactions. Please RSVP and let us know what you plan to bring. While many of the people present may consider themselves permaculturists, this event is open to all and we encourage any interested in positive change to attend. The rationale for showing this move now? The pendulum of public/movement attention is perhaps swinging back to the systemic ills of corporate globalization - and we’re curious if people are any more ready than they were 10 years ago to see international trade organizations and trade and finance agreements as a framework for converging social/ecological injustices and crises. It seemed to us that there was some mainstream awareness crystallizing around these issues before 9/11, the War in Afghanistan and the War in Iraq - despite rampant misinformation about and misinterpretation of protesters (not in small part due to the mixed messaged and diverse strategies/tactics used in the ‘movement’). We’re curious to see if people are now more able or inclined to see whole systems - and interested to know how a growing awareness of positivist strategies like permaculture will change how we pick up this thread and run with it.
Private Residence, you must rsvp as a meetup club member
==Also on Sunday==
Reading: Dr. Ayala Fader “Mitzvah Girls”
Please join author Ayala Fader for an in-depth look into the private worlds of Hasidic women and girls. Her book “Mitzvah Girls: Bringing Up the Next Generation of Hasidic Jews” examines the surprisingly secular fluency of women within a stringently observant Hasidic community. Joining Fader will be photojournalist Beryl Goldberg who will show photographs from Boro Park.
172 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington :: 212.777.6028
==Monday, November 23==
The Money Fix (see featured events above)
Kirtan Rabbi Teaching and Chanting at East West Books in Greenwich Village
Join chant composer and scholar, Rabbi Andrew Hahn (the Kirtan Rabbi) as he offers a teaching interlaced with Kirtan chanting. We will concentrate on two chants: Friday evening’s Lecha Dodi and one based on the Ineffable Name. Opportunity to learn with Rabbi Hahn and to ask him questions about his craft. With Elijah Tucker. Hebrew Kirtan is participatory chanting where short, sacred phrases from the Jewish tradition are treated as powerful, universal meditations. It is at once contemplative, ecstatic and — simply fun.
(6:30p – 8:30p, $15)
East West Living
78 5th Ave (at 13th just south of Union Square
==Tuesday, November 24==
Rethink Afghanistan screening, bike & pot luck
From the documentary film’s website: “Ending the U.S. military occupation of Afghanistan starts with getting together with our friends, neighbors and family members and discussing the costs of this misguided adventure.” Most people are confused about what is really going on with the war in Afghanistan. I found the film very clear and concise, well organized, and proving information which is strongly in defense of reevaluating our involvement in Afghanistan, especially against raising the number of troops at this time. The hosting space, Splinters and Logs has a large space and is planning one of their infamous potlucks, so bring a share if you can. Money donations will be accepted, to go to help the families of Afghan casualties. We hope to have an American Vet speak and that you can join us. There will also be a bike to the film, meeting on the BK side of the wburg bridge at 7:30pm. Graphic, may not be suitable for young viewers.
(8p - 10p, donation)
Splinters and Logs
4th Floor of 1027 Grand St. BK
==Wednesday, November 25==
“Tribal Solace: a very ancestral thanks.
Some very special friends of yours want to extend a very special thanks to you with a secret party the night before Thanksgiving November 25th. This is meant for all of you who wish you could celebrate by dancing around the fire. It’s for everyone who wants to beat their drums in tribute to the gods. Everyone longing to be part of the ancient culture, rich with rights and rituals will find liberation here. Come honor all our tribal ancestors with this night of thanks. We all know Thanksgiving is a holiday to appreciate all the positive aspects of our lives. We also know it is a celebration in remembrance of the feast the pilgrims had after their first harvest in the new world. The pilgrims were aided greatly by the Wampanoag Indians. These people were stripped of almost everything they had down to their very identity. We want to remember and give thanks to these people and every other culture decimated by colonization and westernization. Come in tribute to these misunderstood “heathen” people. Strap on your wampum, war paint, bone jewelry, beads, loin clothes or anything that brings out your inner heathen… This is a new celebration to remember all that was lost and give thanks to ALL our tribal ancestors. All your senses will be filled with amazing art, music and performance in ways comparable to your stomach full of turkey after thanksgiving gorging. We will have a Thanksgiving dinner, drink specials, prizes and special performances before 11. This will be a night to remember and it all starts at 8 and will end very late. The festivities are going to be a limited engagement so RSVP as soon as you can to receive party information. Featuring: Sweedish Meatballs, Zack Shadetek, DJ Vingioffre, 2melo, Mickey Western +more
($20, 9p - til 7a)
You must RSVP to get in: Your password is: pilgrim
rsvp email@example.com for location
==Saturday, November 28==
Filmmaker Keith Arronowitz and Souldish present: Metamorphosis- A Journey of Transformation
Ayahuasca has been used by Shamans and those they help for hundreds if not thousands of years. Found all over the Amazon, Ayahuasca and it’s incredible ability to heal has been slowly but steadily creeping into western consciousness. Metamorphosis is a documentary that follows several westerners as they undergo five Ayahuasca ceremonies and experience the gamut of emotions - from utter fear to outright ecstasy. It also explores the shamans who work with the medicine as well as all the key elements of an Ayahuasca ceremony.
In addition, tells the story of Hamilton Souther, who earlier in life had no belief of and in spirit. After having a spiritual awakening, Hamilton is led to the Amazon where he apprentices as an Ayahuascero, or person who practices medicine with Ayahuasca. Hamilton and Maestro Don Alberto (an indigenous master shaman for over thirty years that practices with Hamilton) take us through the ceremonies as well as explain the meaning behind them.
As the film progresses, we follow the journey that the participants take through the plant medicine. The difficulties of the experience are revealed as well as why each of the participants has come. Integral elements of the ceremony, such as the icaros (songs sung in ceremony) and the “purge” are explored further.
Finally, we get to see the transformations people have undergone, from physical to emotional to spiritual, after having spent more than a week with Ayahuasca. They reflect on their experiences and share what they have learned, leaving profoundly transformed from when they first arrived.
If you cannot make the screening, you can purchase the DVD online at Keith’s website: http://metamorphosisfilm.com/FilmClips.html
195 East 3rd St.
New York City, NY
==Thursday, November 26 – Sunday, November 29==
Giving Thanks 16th Annual Jivamukti Yoga Retreat at Ananda Ashram
Led by Jules Febre and Julie Kirkpatrick, Advance Certified Teachers
Enjoy a Delicious, Hearty and Compassionate Vegan Feast on Thanksgiving Day! Surrounded by the rich colors of Autumn and the Bhakti Soul vibration of the World Famous Ananda Ashram. Meditation Classes. Fun filled Sanskrit Classes. Ecstatic Musical Performances.
For details and to register: http://www.jivamuktiyoga.com
==December 11 - 13==
Portraying the Self Workshop w/ Alex & Allyson Grey
Few pictures through the ages are more honest or experimental than self portraits. Self portraiture can nobly and expressively convey the deepest feelings with sincerity. The mirror enables an artist to capture their most personal view of reality. The degree of comfort with which self portraits capture physical features, environmental conditions and the artist’s inner world can leave a faithful record of self scrutiny through the creative process. Facing ones moods, expressions and shadow, the artist can go beyond likeness and represent inner turmoil, inner spirit, and higher possibility. This workshop will allow the exploration of various mediums, examine the history of self-portraiture, offer immersion into the soul through self-revelation, and address philosophically the nature of the self. Course fee: $250. Materials list will be provided upon registration. Workshop begins Friday evening with arrivals from 5-7, dinner and then lecture. Saturday workshop hours go from 10am - 10pm and Sunday from 10 am- 1pm. Food is included in course fee. Limited accommodations available. Call to reserve. 845.297.2323 (arrive between 5 & 7p Friday night, includes dinner and lecture, $250) accommodations extra and limited
(beginning Friday night, $250 plus accommodations)
CoSM Art Sanctuary
46 Deer Hill Road
Wappinger Falls, NY
See train schedule for details on how to get there
==Saturday, Dec. 12th and Sunday, Dec. 13th ==
The international Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers Healing Circle
Jivamukti Yoga School is delighted to welcome members of the International Council of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Join us for two evenings of Prayer, Healing, and discussions on Prophecy and Sacred Medicine. “We the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers, believe that our ancestral ways of prayer, peacemaking and healing are vitally needed today. We come together to nurture, educate and train our children. We come together to uphold the practice of our ceremonies and affirm the right to use our plant medicines free of legal restriction. We come together to protect the lands where our peoples live and upon which our cultures depend, to safeguard the collective heritage of traditional medicines, and to defend the earth Herself. We believe that the teachings of our ancestors will light our way through an uncertain future.” Sponsored by friends of The Center for Sacred Studies and The Jivamukti Yoga School
When: Saturday Dec 12th
Teachings: Prophecy and Sacred Medicine
Ticket Price: $35.00
When: Sunday Dec 13th
Teachings: Prayer and Healings -(This session involves hands on healing work from the Grandmothers.)
Ticket Price: $70
(Tickets are $100 if you attend both nights)
For Online registration go to www.jivamuktiyoga.com
or call the jivamukti Front desk at 212-353-0214 ext. 0
Please register soon as tickets are limited as this will be a popular event.
Visions of The Amazon Featuring Pablo Amaringo and Ayahuasca Visions
The Peace on Earth Holy Rolling Blow-out
Reverend Billy and the Church Of Life After Shopping Present: The Peace on Earth Holy Rolling Blow-out with Reverend Billy and the Life After Shopping Gospel Choir! Children! As unemployment soars into the double digits, 2009 calls for a Guilt Free, Debt Free Christmas! Come to the Brooklyn Lyceum and let the Rev and our 40 voice choir fill you with a holiday spirit beyond buying, beyond logos, and beyond animatronic corporate mascots. We’re 1/5th the price of The Rockettes, twice as fun, and Ten Times Sexier .
(8p, $10 all ages, no one turned away)
The Brooklyn Lyceum
227 4th Avenue, at Union St. BK; )718) 857-4816
R train to Union Street Station
Order online here: http://bit.ly/2009-blow-out
Information and more: http://www.revbilly.com/events/christmas-revival-at-the-brooklyn-lyceum
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