Tuesday, May 31, 2005
The High Cotton Theater Company: Devin Cries
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The High Cotton Theater Company
a staged reading of
Devin Cries
a Play in One Act
by Sharon L. Williams

"Devin Cries" tells the story of a young African American couple dealing with the untimely death of their infant son.

A discussion with the playwright will immediately follow the reading.

Please Join us at 4pm Sunday, June 5, 2005 at
Solomon's Porch
Brooklyn's Cafe & Performance Space
307 Stuyversant Avenue
(Conner of Halsey Street)
Brooklyn, NY
Just Take the A or C train to Utica Ave
(If you are coming from Manhattan, ride the back of the train)
Tickets are $5.00

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The First Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival
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The First Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) is set to debut at the historic Brooklyn Brewery in June.


Get Your Tickets Now

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Pop Burger Party
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An event that actually lives up to the HYPE! Taste Maker Tuesday's @ Pop Burger. Spinning, Arguably 1 of the GREATEST DJ's Alive, DJ SCRATCH of EPMD. In Addition the atmosphere is Chic/Stylish & the kitchen is open all night! Afterwork to Late Night! FREE, although RSVP strongly recommended! The food is good. Think of it as an upscale White Castle with better food and good looking people.

Pop Burger
58-60 9th Ave
(212) 414-8686
Cross Street: Between 14th Street and 15th Street
Directions: A, C, E; L at 14th St

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/31/2005 05:36:00 PM  2 comments
MTV Networks' New Caribbean Channel Celebration
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One Love. One Network.

You’re invited to an all-star concert celebration announcing the name and mission of the first and only all-Caribbean network.


Where: South Street Seaport, NYC
When: Tuesday, May 31, 5:00pm – 7:00pm

The destination for all things Caribbean – people, community, travel, culture, sports, music and much more – launches this October in the Caribbean and in the U.S. in 2006. So come to the Seaport to kick off the Caribbean Week celebrations, catch the positive vibration and find out what it’s all about.

Stir it up all week long.
Caribbean Week in New York begins May 29 and runs through June 5. It's the time to check out the dynamic people, magnetic culture and breathtaking destinations that make up the Caribbean. For more info go to www.caribbeanweekny.com.

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/31/2005 01:29:00 PM  2 comments
Monday, May 30, 2005
Submissions: Hip-Hop Odyssey International Film Festival
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Calling All Video & Filmmakers!
Submissions Deadline: July 15, 2005.
Fourth Annual H2O [Hip-Hop Odyssey] International Film Festival.

Films are now being accepted in all lengths for the following
categories: Narrative, Documentary, PSA (Public Service Announcements),
Under The Influence and Freestyle/ Experimental. Selected films will be
screened during November 6 - 12, 2005 at various locations in NYC.
Winners will be honored during the legendary Odyssey Awards and are
eligible for participation in international film screenings.

Films will also be considered for distribution through one of our
affiliates. For application forms, selection criteria, fees &
additional information log on to www.h2oiff.org
or call 212.500.5970 ext 3.

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Free Ring Tones
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Love em or hate em here is a site that host a lot of free ring tones.

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Sunday, May 29, 2005
Bill Bellamy tonight@Carloines Comedy Club
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Carloines Comedy Club
1626 Broadway
start time 8pm
$15-$25 cover; two drink minimum

Best known for etching the phrase "booty call" on the national psyche, Bill Bellamy discovered his aptitude for stand-up while auditioning for a male beauty pageant. Grasping for a skill to flex in the talent competition, he told a few jokes and found himself addicted to the unpredictable equation of working an audience. Despite his meteoric rise as an actor in television and feature film, the Newark-born hybrid continues to hone his craft in the comedy clubs, mining his experience for an act he describes as more R&B than hip-hop.

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After the BBQ enjoy some Old School
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Fuelray Bar & Lounge
Located at: 68 West 3rd Street (between LaGuardia & Thompson)
Join us: Sunday, May 29th, 2005 at 10 p.m.

Featuring some old school hip hop flavor: Biggie, Run D.M.C., Rakim, Slick Rick and some other classics straight from those mix tapes you bought back in high school.


For more information contact:


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Saturday, May 28, 2005
The Harlem Knitting Circle
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“The Harlem Knitting Circle”
at the George Bruce Library-518 West 125th St.
(Btw. Amsterdam Ave. and Broadway)

Time: 1pm Sharp!
You must bring with you:
-Cotton yarn or cotton blend
-Crochet needle size “G” or “H”
*Skill level:Beginners who can make a chain stitch!

For more information contact Njoya Angrum
Phone: (212)368-9697

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Friday, May 27, 2005
Toni Braxton asks her fans to "Please" look at my body
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The last time we heard new material from sultry songstress Toni Braxton was in 2002. The singer is back to please eager fans with her new single, "Please," which is the first cut off Braxton's upcoming, untitled album. The video can be found on Launch.yahoo.com. Toni proves once again that the less cloths you have on the better. The video is very sexy and will once again put her back in the public eye. One must wonder if we will have to suffer through another season of her sister Towanda Braxton-Carter on that damn show "Starting Over."

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Snip/Snip Fridays at GLO Nightclub
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431 W16th St. (bet. 9th & 10th Aves)


hip hop rock r&b classics reggae

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Thursday, May 26, 2005
Whitney Houston is out (again).
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Whitney oh Whitney...you where absent from Oprah's Legends Ball. An event you should have been at. However you where to busy smoking weed and buying cheap crack rock to help celebrate the wonderful event that was at Oprah's house. You need to really get yourself together. And why isn't Bobby in Rehab?

Anyway you've let these no talent bitches take over the music scene and give us really wack and dry music that's over produced. It's time for you to get your act together get back into the studio and let them know what real singing is about.

Yes Crack might be cheap but that doesn't mean you should smoke it up. Seems like you've been on a 15 year fixed high, while the music business is in a slump. Everyone loves a good come back so now is your time to really make that return. Now go into hiding, write some songs of pain, of living just enough for the crack pipe. Do a duet with Mary J. Blige and make it hot. Otherwise we are going to have no talent hacks like that Carrie who just won American Idol singing your songs.


IF you need assistance just holla at us 1800GETGREASY


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Watch out for the BIG GIRLS!
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Big Girls and Guys Party BK STYLE!
31 rockwell place between dekalb and fulton st.
free before 10pm
$10 dollars after 10pm
spinning all types of the best music all night. click on the email above to join our guestlist.

Don't be scurred you might just run into that cutie that you've been talking to on Yahoo personals. So take the D,N, or R to Dekalb and have some run.

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G-Unit After Prom Party!
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Girls get your hair laser removal so that your face is so fresh and clean. Then get your Gggggg-Unit Party on.







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Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Yahoo! Be in a reggae video
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We all know you've been dying to show off your dancing skills. So don't be scurred take a chance and trying out for the Music video casting on Tuesday, May 26th - Thursday 28 / 1pm - 6pm , at NTZ Entertainment for Empire Isis the most promising entertainer in international reggae. The video shoot will be on Saturday May 30th, Mtv. will be present on the behind the scenes of making the video of Empire Isis for the hit "What You Say Bout That". For further info call 212-997-7304, for Ray Stewart.
1030 Ave of the Americas 6th Ave 3rd floor. Between 38th+39th manhattan

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RSVP for Doug E Fresh, Nice & Smooth Sunday May 29th, 2005 CHINA CLUB
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Doug E Fresh, Nice & Smooth will be performing live at the China Club
on Sunday May 29th, 2005. If you want to see them for free you will
have to RSVP to be on the guestlist and get there b/4 a certain time.

Guys you will have to get there B/4 11pm and ladies you get an extra
hour to be there, but will have to get there b/4 midnight.


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We LOVE Paris Hilton!
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Only she could sell Hamburgers this good.

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1st Annual Hip-Hop Memorial
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"Temple" 240 west 52nd street
Dress code: "All White"
Hosted By: Mad Linx (BET Rap City), and D Block
Live Performance by: Quan (Just A Moment f./Nas)
Tickets and info 718.219.8956 or 212.365.8872
or teamlife@hotmail.com
proceeds benefitting
"VH1 Save The Music Foundation"and "The Harlem School of the Arts"

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@The Living Room, NYC
154 Ludlow St, bet. Stanton & Rivington Sts., Lower East Side, NYC 10002 - (212) 533-7235**$5 bucks! suggested donation**

If you don't know Martha Redbone then you are missing out on an amazing singer and performer. Music needs your spirit and support! See ya there!!


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Tuesday, May 24, 2005
Check out Coffee Shop Tonight! DJ Emskee in da house
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COFFEE SHOP (a.k.a. the Union Square Lounge - 30 16th street between 5th avenue and union square west) in manhattan, new york city from 9pm to 2am spinning feel good beats and vibes of varying kinds. Stuff you know, may know, and definitely don't know. No cover. Get your dance and drink on. Coffee Shop is the serious spot for some good hip-hop.

directions: take the N,R,Q,W,L, 4,5, or 6 train to Union Square (14th street)

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/24/2005 01:13:00 PM  3 comments
Get Your White Girl Music On!
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OK we know this is a urban site. However, We LOVE Sophie B. Hawkins! So get your

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2004
An international pop star with 1992's smash Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover, Sophie Ballantine Hawkins has since fallen out with her record company and is trying to reinvent herself as a singer-songwriter. Her new, self-funded album - rich in religious imagery - is called Wilderness, which is presumably how it feels to be starting again on the pub circuit.


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Monday, May 23, 2005
EMI Listening Party
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EMI Music invites you to the EMI Music Listening Party this Monday, May 23rd to hear one of your favorite music groups!!

Shhh, can't tell you who it is, but trust me-its going to be big!!! Free drinks provided by Rheingold Beer. Complimentary giftbags by LRG, Complex Magazine, and Red Bull. Pre-selling of the CD by Tower Records on site before street date of 5/24! Come celebrate this DOPE group's NEW music along with the open bar and gift bags on us. Get there early!

RSVP: by Monday, 5/23 by 3pm. P.S.-Okay, okay, I'll give you a hint. This music group is really "animated". wink wink... Date: Monday, May 23rd Time: 8pm Place: Supreme Trading Subway Directions: Take L train to Bedford Ave. (1 stop from Manhattan) Music By: DJ Rob Flow of Spin Dynasty Free Beer by: Rheingold Beer 8-9pm $3 Bacardi Drink Specials 9-10pm Complimentary Giftbags by: LRG, Complex Magazine, Red Bull V.I.P. rsvp: Dilia.Baille@emicap.com Free Admission / Must Be 21 & Up

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Sunday, May 22, 2005
PETE ROCK @ Table50
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Pete's performance at last month's NYC root down is already legendary! He returns to bless use with rare groove, soul 45s and hip hop. Come celebrate his new monthly residency at table 50!

9:00 PM - 2:00 AM 21+ cover:
$5.00 before 10:30pm, $10 after
Table 50
643 Broadway (@ Bleecker Street) New York, NY 10012
212.253.2560 www.table50.com

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Saturday, May 21, 2005
Eat yourself silly!
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A fundraising event supports local NY school. Over 30 different resturants to chose from and you can eat from 11:30-3:00pm so you'll enough time to pack on a few extra pounds.

$45 for tickets. Don't be cheap it's for a good cause.

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Saturday May 21, 2005
9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
hosted by York College at the City University of NY 94-20
Guy R. Brewer Blvd. Jamaica, NY 11451

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE HIP-HOP GENERATION - The aim of this workshop is to explore the culture of Hip-Hop and how it relates to domestic violence. We will seek to address both positive and negative depictions of men and women, the clothing, and more specifically, the challenges that arise in relationships due to images and attitudes depicted in Hip Hop culture.

Presented by Sheryl R. Donald, LMSW, Life Coach, Mike Bobbitt, Project Director, Vera Institute, and Carol Grant, Professor, Adelphi University. Moderated by Trevor M. John, MSW, Administration for Children Services Family Preservation Program.Sponsored by Newsday, Greater Queens Chapter of The Links, Inc., Health Plus, Samaritan Village, Inc.For More Info Phone: Jean Phelps (718) 262- 2008; or Brunilda Almodovar (718) 262 -2347 or Email to awhyt@samvill.org

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DUNGEONS & DAWGS ( movie screening)
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Paul Robeson Screening Room
54 Greene Avenue (Between Adelphi and Clermont AveBrooklyn NYC)Date: Saturday May 21st 2005
Show Times: 3:30, 5:30 & 7:30

Film Synopsis
Upon her arrival in New York City with her best friendRED, RAIN saw all the wonderful possibilities of herfuture in the great borough of Brooklyn. Things gotoff to a good start as both young women were cast inlead roles in famous Brooklyn Rapper, D-HOP's latestmusic video.RAIN, 24 years old, and D-HOP, 26 years old, quicklybond. After the video shoot, they are inseparable. They became each others confidante.

RAIN is finally able to open up to someone about finding her murdered parents bodies upon returning fromschool.D-HOP confides in her about a secret that he thinkswould ruin him, should his fans and the public findout.As a way of presenting a stable image to the public,RAIN suggests that D-HOP get married. She is shockeddays later when he agrees by asking her to marry him.He promises her a life fit for a queen, with somespecial arrangements. Thinking of all her ambitions,and not with her heart, RAIN agrees to marry D-HOP.

Three years after a glamorous life, RAIN feels her life has stagnated. She desires true love, a realmarriage and family. All the things D-HOP cannot giveher.D-HOP has other issues in his life. Trying to keep upwith the demands of fame, and staying ahead the rap game.

JAZZ is a 28-year-old construction worker who is goodat one thing meeting and bedding various women. Histwo main squeezes, SHAWNIQUE and EBONY don't fulfill his true desires. SHAWNIQUE has an infant daughter byanother man who is not sure that he wants to be afather to, though he desires a family. EBONY is anemotionless woman who he looks at as no more than afavorite any time, any place snack.As faith would have it, JAZZ and RAIN meet and developan instant attraction. Can they find in each otherwhat has escaped them?

PROBLEM CHILD, 19 years old, is like most young Brooklynites. He's a talented rapper, with big dreams. He desires a recording contract, fame and fortune if only he can get signed. A chance encounter with D-HOP on the streets of Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn could be just what he's looking for.Can these people escape the abyss of unhappiness & misery (DUNGEONS) that have engulfed their lives, ifthey leave it up to those around them (THE DAWGS)? Find out in the new and exciting surprise hit of 2005.

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Thursday, May 19, 2005
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419 W 13th St.NYC 10014
(212) 414-4245
Tonight it's the return of NegroClash @ APT, and we’ve got special guest DJ/Producer/Visual Artist GE-OLOGY rocking with us this month! Ge-ology is renowned for his production work for Black Star, Mos Def, Vinia Mojica and Jem among others; his remix on the Platinum Pied Pipers single featuring J-Dilla can be found in stores now and his forthcoming Ge-ology Plays Ge-ology mix CD/LP on Female Fun Recordings is due out June 21st. And to top it all off, he’s also one hell of a good DJ! For those of you who are headed to the PPP show, come see us afterwards...we'll be rockin' til late.

Thursday, May 19th>>Negroclash w/ DJs Language, Lindsey and Duane
SPECIAL GUEST DJ: GE-OLOGY (Mos Def, Black Star, FemaleFun Recordings)
$5/ 10-4AMAPT (aptwebsite.com)

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Tuesday, May 17, 2005
(Tuesdays) ShaBoomBoom
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ShaBoomBoom*s Tuesday show is action-packed with Special guest, the ULTIMATE QUEEN of COMEDY !!!!! HARMONICA SUNBEAM !!!!!!! ALSO Free CD and DVD giveaways include: J-LO's Rebirth CD's , NEW DIVAS complementary CD with our old Favorites from da' 90's and Mariah Carey's "Emancipation of MiMi CD. Also in Celebration of Mothers DAY....... WIN FREE MOMMIE DEAREST DVD's !!!! Drag War finals May 24th with special guest judges... This is a show you don't want to fuck with or miss !

ShaBoomBoom*s Drag Wars @ OW BAR
58th between 2nd and 3rd aves
Tuesday (TONIGHT)
Special Guest: Harmonica Sunbeam Free DVD and CD giveaways
Showtime: 11PM

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Monday, May 16, 2005
GOT SOUL? UniverSoul Circus in the BX
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UniverSoul Circus is the best Circus EVER. It's a must see if children and adults.
They have the elephants, lions, tigers and bears OH MY. Hip-Hop clowns, high wire acts, and
contortionists. The whole show is set to a positive message and hip-hop and R&B music. Do not miss out on this experience for the ultimate in family entertainment.

7:30 pm - $10 to $30 5/17/2005-5/22/2005 HURRY AND GET YOUR TICKETS!

If you get up early for the 10:30am show on Sat. or Sunday you can pay just $10.

Yankee Stadium
161st Street and River Avenue
Subway: 4, B or D to 161st Street /
Yankee Stadium
(718) 293-6000

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GOT BOOKS? Benilde Little - “Who Does She Think She Is?”
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Hue-Man Bookstore
2319 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
(between 124th Street and 125th Street)
Subway: A, B, C or D to 125th Street;
2 or 3 to 125th Street
(212) 665-7400
Author Benilde Little - “Who Does She Think She Is?”
From the beloved, bestselling author of “Good Hair” and “The Itch” comes
a richly evocative multigenerational story of three powerful women.
6:00 pm - Free

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Sunday, May 15, 2005
Movie Location Tour
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Sun. 2:00PM and 4:00PM
Have FUn fUn FuN!!!!!! while visiting SoHo, where A-list celebrities (such as KATE HUDSON, JULIA ROBERTS, DEMI MOORE, ADAM SANDLER plus many more) shot over 20 movies ON LOCATION. Meet at SOHO Square by the statue of General Jose Artigas. 6th avenue between Spring and Broome.

For more info please call 212-675-5078 or go to http://www.sohonyc.com

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Saturday, May 14, 2005
Porgy and Bess
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This weekend, the Museum of the Moving Image is presenting the first theatrical screening in New York in more than 40 years of PORGY AND BESS, shown in the world's only existing 35mm Technicolor print, with magnetic stereo sound. Otto Preminger's 1959 film version of the George Gershwin opera stars Dorothy Dandridge, Sidney Poitier, and Sammy Davis, Jr. The film will screen Saturday and Sunday, May 14 and 15, at 3:00 and 6:30 p.m. each day, with the Saturday 3:00 screening introduced by Donald Bogle, author of Dorothy Dandridge and Bright Boulevards, Bold Dreams: The Story of Black Hollywood.<BR<BR> It's a real one-of-a-kind experience, so we hope you will to attend. The film inaugurates the Museum's new monthly series, Black Light:Films from the African Diaspora, curated by Warrington Hudlin.

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Friday, May 13, 2005
Camaradas El Barrio
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Camaradas El Barrio
invites you & your friends to party with us every 2nd and 4th Friday

Rose In Spanish Harlem

Friday, May 13th
$3 Sangria Glasses
$15 Sangria Pitchers
$3 Draft Beers
All From 10pm To 12am

DJ Eric Prince Spinning Funk, Soul & Hip Hop
$5 Admission
Ladies Free Admission

Camaradas El Barrio
2241 First Avenue/115 Street
El Barrio, NYC 10029
(212) 348-2703 www.camaradaselbarrio.com

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Thursday, May 12, 2005
IS Foxy Brown ok?
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sq-foxy-brown-candy-defFoxy Brown was recently spotted at a rally showing her support for Minister Farrakhan. However, our spy reports that mama looked nervous and was "shaking." Foxy was fumbling through her extra large over priced hand bag and was seen scribbling on another person notebook about how she was ready to leave the function. Her new arch enemy Remy Ma was in the place and was overheard saying "look at her. You see her shaking."

What's going on Ms. Brown? Stop fighting with Remy Ma and put out another album PLEASE. We still love you but it's time to grow up. The fights and the over dramaticness of yourself has got to end. You more worried about what Remy Ma is doing then when your about to put out another album. Hello Eve has moved past all ya'll bitches. TV show , clothing line, movies, multi-platinum albums...EVE is doing her thing. You and Kim where out a long time before her. But look at what she's accomplished.

So Foxy please let Remy Ma go. She is just one woman and that whole beef thing is PLAYED out like a $2 hair weave.

See you at the next function - GG

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Afterwork Thursdays at K Lounge
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Afterwork Thursdays at K Lounge
An Afterwork party that is the embodiment of sexy and seclusion.
* 2 for 1 Well Drinks 5-7pm* $5 Domestic Beers All Night*
$5 Passion Martinis All Night*
$30 buckets of Coronas All Night*
$35 buckets of Heinekens All Night*
$100 bottles of Finlandia Vodka til 10pm
Music by DJ Frank Swift playing Classics, Hip Hop, Latin, Reggaeton, & 80s
Ladies Free All Night Gents Free till 8pm, $10 After
This is a 21 & Over Event, Proper ID Required

Dress Code: Business Attire Preferred (Jeans OK only in good taste) *Doorman has the right to be selective.

K Lounge,
30 West 52nd Street (Bet. 5th & 6th Avenue) (located on the 2nd floor of the Bombay Palace)

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Wednesday, May 11, 2005
Subway Entertainment
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Who would have known that there is so much talent underground in NYC? During anytime of the day or night you can run across a train show. Most frequently you will see the hip-hop dance performance. Usually two or three brotha’s break dance on the train to the hottest break beats. You might also run into a Puerto Rican kid playing 50 Cent on his violin. There are a lot of singers that will roll though the train at any given time. And now starting to pop up on the trains are the spoken word artist spitting ill rhymes for a few coins. Keep ya eyes out for train entertainment cause you’ll never know what you’ll see.

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Suede lounge
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Every Wednesday night, Damon & LA Promotions invite you to one of NYC's best parties, "True NYC Wednesdays", at one of NYC's premiere hotspots,

Suede lounge (161 West 23rd Street between 6th & 7th Avenues NYC).

DJs Degree & Noble play an eclectic mix of Hip-Hop, House, R&B, Reggae, Rock and '80s.

Doors open at 10pm and there's an Open Bar from 10pm - 11pm.

All Ladies on the guest list are FREE up until Midnight and pay Reduced Admission afterwards.

All Guys on the guest list pay Reduced Admission.

Don't miss out, this is an incredible party. Come experience what everyone is talking about.

Please dress your best and please try to come early.

To RSVP, please e-mail: damonslist@aol.com or call: 212-560-5616

Celebrate your birthday at Suede on a Wednesday night and receive FREE Admission for everyone in your party.

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Open Turntables@The Slide
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Are You a DJ? bring your cds or records and come @ the slide. Every wednesday night you can performe for about 30/40 min. And after 10pm we have $10 open bar, all you can drink. The dj booth is open for you @6pm. ....of course djs drink for free! for info call 646 489 6721 we are located 354 bowery st bet great jones & 4th st

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Tuesday, May 10, 2005
DJ Emskee Tonight@Coffee Shop
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COFFEE SHOP (a.k.a. the Union Square Lounge - 30 16th street between 5th avenue and union square west) in manhattan, new york city from 9pm to 2am spinning feel good beats and vibes of varying kinds. Stuff you know, may know, and definitely don't know. No cover. Good to see you man!! directions: take the N,R,Q,W,L, 4,5, or 6 train to Union Square (14th street)

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Monday, May 09, 2005
Legal Clinic for the Arts
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Do you want to know how to protect your rights as a starving artist? Are you fed up with losing profits to money-grubbing galleries? Solve these problems and more at the Legal Clinic for the Arts. Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse at 149th St. Call (212) 319-2787 to register. 6:30 p.m. Free.

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Sunday, May 08, 2005
Celebrating Mother’s Day at Madison Avenue Wines
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Time: 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location: Madison Avenue Wines
1793 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10035

Demographics of Attendees:
Total # of guests: 200 100 to 125 African American Professional women Age Range- 25 to 60 years (Average Age 36)

Other additional information:
A variety of spirtis and wines to taste AND
There will also be dessert’s to sample served by
Harlem’s own Dessert Diva.

The Dessert Diva will be providing a sampling of Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Pecan Pie and Peach Raspberry Cobbler.

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/08/2005 09:38:00 AM  2 comments
Saturday, May 07, 2005
Sexy Saturdays at China Club
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"SEXY"NYC's Hottest International Party @ CHINA CLUB
268 West 47th St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave)
New York, NY
(212) 398 3800

Join Us this Saturday to see her Top Come Off
China Club's world famous roof deck 'Jade Terrace' will be open.3 Rooms of music - Main Floor, Shei Shei Lounge, & The Jade Terrace
Open Bar 10PM - 11PM
Doors Open @ 10PM $
95 Bottles of Moet & Chandon
$125 Bottles of Grey Goose


Dress Code: Super Chic & Trendy, Jeans are ok if worn in good taste, no sneakers Age: 21 & Over - ID Required

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/07/2005 08:07:00 PM  2 comments
Basquiat retrospective at Brooklyn Museum
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Haven't made it out to see the Basquiat retrospective at Brooklyn Museum yet? Tonight is the perfect time. Go tour the show, then check out a free screening of "Downtown 81," the documentary about NYC's idiosyncratic artistic scene circa 1980. Then you can chat with the film's producers, Maripol and Glenn O'Brien, and get jiggy at a dance party hosted by the don of soul, Fab 5 Freddy. Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, (718) 638-5000. Screening starts at 7 p.m. Free.

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/07/2005 07:56:00 PM  1 comments
Friday, May 06, 2005
Out on the town: New York Get's Unleased
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Last night we had invites to the NY premiere of Unleashed staring Jet Li and Morgan Freeman. We got to the movie theater early cause industry folks tend to get to movie screenings early so they can get good seats. However, there was no line so we just breezed right into the function. Inside was a who's who of acting faces we sat one row over from Morgan Freeman and just a few seats away from Saffron Burrows. The Rza from the Wu-Tang clan was there chillin. He scored the movie..this is becoming his forte now having helped score Kill Bill. Mark Ecko kicked off the movie by introducing the director Brett Sullivan.

The movie was good it was a action flick with a heart. Good fighting and good acting on the parts of Oscar winner Morgan Freeman and Jet Li.

The after party was heled at Mark Ekco's fabulous loft. We now want to own a loft after having been to his loft. His space is filled with different cloths from his collection, a pool table, leather sofa's, hard wood floors, and a bar in the middle of it all. We did the industry walk about to see who was who. The party was filled with fashion people, publicist, rappers, street teamers, and NY social wannabees. One Complex employee who use to work at Vibe magazine has picked up A LOT of weight. Stop eatting all those cookie's mama that tummy is not cute.

After downing a nasty apple flavored drink and making the rounds we left the party and headed home. NO GIFT BAGS! How dare they!

Shout out to our Allhiphop.com fam. Jason who was in the house mixing and mingeling.

See you at the next function. Chow Bella! - GG

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/06/2005 10:32:00 AM  0 comments
Friday's Hot Party: Silk Vinyl at Taj
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Silk Vinyl at Taj
48 West 21st Street, b/w 5th & 6th
Open Bar 10p-11p
DJ Mary Mac
Empire Isis Album Release http://www.empireisis.com
CD give-aways
View Evite at www.thesoleilgroup.com/silkvinyl/index.html
RSVP: silkvinyl@thesoleilgroup.com

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It's about that time again if you missed your dose of soulful house& all things funky + those classics you won't hear any where else Soul Summit Music will take you

Every first Friday of the month
A,B,C,D,E,F,V train to west 4st
Info: 212 591-0441

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/06/2005 07:58:00 AM  1 comments
Thursday, May 05, 2005
DJ Emskee talks about Black Betty
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DJ Emskee, NY's hot mix master, gave us a few works on music at Black Betty, here's what he had to say to Da Greasy Guide:

Black Betty is worlds away from commercial radio, it's antics, and general spam music recycling. The gig is held down by THE TOGETHER BROTHERS crew which includes Dj Monk One, myself, and G Man the mc. We play virtually everything from original salsa, to old school dancehall reggae, classic soulful house, old school hip hop, some new stuff, album cuts, rare 12" inches, soulfunk, 80's contemporary, UK soul/hip hop, and more. To sum it up, anything that touches your soul and spirit and makes your toes tap or head nod...constantly. The party's been running for 4 years and is a music lovers party. Heads come to hear what the dj's are going to serve up from week to week. Sometimes there are 4 people in the whole place and sometimes it's healthy with people. The constant is that there's ALWAYS excellent music and a cool vibe which you don't get at most mainstream clubs that everyone flocks too. I can talk all day about it, but heads would have to come through to actually critique for themselves. My opinion is that most people are married to the radio and videos so their minds are only truly open to a point.

Visit his website at:
DJ Emskee On-Line to refrence mixes and other info.

Check him out TONIGHT at Black Betty 366 metropolitan avenue at havemeyer street) in williamsburgh, brooklyn from around 10 until 4:30am. No Cover, cheap drinks, and GOOD MUSIC! TAKE THE L TRAIN!

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Mixx Lounge

84 7th ave South (Bleeker/Grove),

When: Thursday, May 5,

5:00pm to 11:00pm

~DRINK SPECIALS~5PM-8PM: 2 for 1 drinks (well drinks, beer, cosmos, appletinis)

Complimentary Buffet


The Jade Terrace

3 Floors Of Music, featuring NYC's Only Outdoor Roof Deck

The Jade Terrace Ladies Free Till 7pm, $5 Till 9pm Men $5 Till 7pm, $10 Till 9pm

Open Bar 5 to 6pm2 For 1 Drinks 6 to 7pm

Hot and Cold Buffet Till 7pm

In Honor Of Cinco De Mayo:Live Mariachi Show

Hot Mexican Buffet

Tequila Drink Specials All Night

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/05/2005 12:38:00 AM  1 comments
Wednesday, May 04, 2005
Looking for something different? Check out Minoritees.com
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With so much wack clothing out there it's refreshing to find something actully hot. Turn your web browser to www.minoritees.com and you'll find men and women's clothing that is truely funky fresk dress ready to impress. This on-line store truely has a excellent collection of trendy/urban "Black I" tee's that will make you wonder why you where ever into wearing white tee's anyway.

Don't wanna shop on-line? Then check out the clothing line at :
Pieces in Harlem
228 WEST 135th

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/04/2005 07:43:00 AM  1 comments
The Greasy Ipod Playlist 4 This Week
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1. I Don't Need It - Faith
2. Cab Ride - Tweet
3. Oh - Ciara f/ Ludacris
4. U Already Know - 112 f/ Foxy Brown
5. Girl - Destiny's Child
6. We Belong Together - Mariah Carey
7. Touch - Amerie
8. Truth Is - Fantasia
9. Switch - Will Smith
10. The Corner - Common

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/04/2005 07:22:00 AM  2 comments
"WHATS DA WORD" Open Mic night in Harlem
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BrownIzes Production, LLCpresents
(Corner of 139th Street & 8TH Avenue)
Doors Open: 7:30 - 12:00
$5.00 - Poets: $2.00
Hosted By Brother Earl

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/04/2005 06:57:00 AM  2 comments
Tuesday, May 03, 2005
4 A CAUSE: ReOpen Your Eyes EVENT May 13, get tickets now
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As you are well aware, HIV/AIDS is a killer. But with new life-prolonging medications and since high profile cases like Magic Johnson and the Sub-Saharan epidemic have fallen from the media's eye, urban communities have begun to think that all is well. New cases are on the rise again, and it is up to us to do something about it. We must REOPEN OUR EYES to this epidemic.

What can we do? AIDS WALK 2005 is coming up this month and m3models has a walking team. But instead of simply collecting pledges, we decided to give something back for your donation. Reopen Our Eyes http://roe.m3models.com 25 Jay Street, on the East River in Brooklyn, NY May 13th 7 PM to Midnight

Fashion showcase featuring three versatile designers of color. Live music featuring the sexy, party groove, dancehall sounds of Deejay Debbie and a live acoustic band. Documentary footage, slides, live art, etc.

Hosted by Maria Davis ( HIV+, HIV/AIDS activist.)

Tickets are only $25 !!

Bring family, friends, and co- workers. BUY NOW http://roe.m3models.com

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/03/2005 04:02:00 PM  0 comments
5/3-5/6: Publishing Industry CAREER FAIR BROOKLYN
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The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College will hold a two-day job fair during the first week of May featuring representatives from Harper Collins, Inc. and Time Warner Book Group and other A-list publishing companies.

On Tuesday May 3rd from 6:00-8:00 pm, the Career Fair will focus on how to get started in the publishing industry. The event will be held at The Small Press Center, on 20 West 44th St, in Manhattan. Industry experts will give you tips on how to get your foot in the door andhow to put the winner's touch on your resume. The event is free and open to the public.

On Friday, May 6th, from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm, the second segment of the job fair will be held on the Medgar Evers College Campus, Founders Auditorium, 1650 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11225. Best selling author Ms. Terrie Williams, founder of both The Terrie Williams Agency and the Stay Strong Foundation, will be the featured speaker. Panel discussions are scheduled from 12:00 noon to 2:30 pm, followed by a recruitment session from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm.

Companies featured at the fair will include: ABC, Inc.; Association of American Publishers, Inc.; Harper Collins, Inc.; Black Issues Book Review; Earl Cox & Associates; Penguin-Putnam; Simon & Schuster; thebacklist.net; Time Warner Book Group, and Ziff Davis. The panels and career fair on Friday, May 6th on the Medgar Evers Campus are free for Medgar Evers students, $5.00 for other studentswith ID and the general public. For further information: Call 718 270-6983 or email vicepresident@baip.org. Please come dressed in business attire and bring your resume.

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/03/2005 02:35:00 AM  0 comments
The Eclectic Ride @ Joe's Pub
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KYA Entertainment presents The Eclectic Ride- hosted by BELINDA BECKER and FORREST. A night of great music from NYC's best DJs (ie DJ Cosi, Belinda, DJ Herbert, and DJ Reborn) and soul samples from the world's most eclectic mix of artists (ie Bilal, Meshell N'Degeocello, Alia Marie, Dead Prez, Lady Alma, Goapele, Martin Luther, Wunmi, Anthony Hamilton, and more). Come experience another level of partying. $10 at the Door....6 train to Astor Place.

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/03/2005 02:25:00 AM  4 comments
Monday, May 02, 2005
Spoken Word Mondays in the BX
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Spoken Word Mondays in the BX
Check out the OPEN MIC Mondays at Two Cousins Bar where you can SPEAK, SING, RHYME, YELL OR JUST RELEASE SOME TENSION ON THE MIC. Every monday starting at 7pm
BRONX NY 10452
Take the D train to 167
FOR MORE INFO CALL 718 293-3255

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/02/2005 06:11:00 AM  3 comments
Get your free Ice Cream today!
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May 2nd is Ice Cream day. Ben & Jerry's and Baskin-Robbins both have free offers. You can find the details at the following links:Free Ice Cream at Ben & Jerry's http://www.benjerry.com/scoop/ Free Ice Cream at Baskin-Robbins http://www.baskinrobbins.com/

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/02/2005 06:10:00 AM  2 comments
Sunday, May 01, 2005
Sunday Dinner? Monie Love suggest the Pink Tea Cup
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Rapper and Radio personality Monie Love likes to get her eat on at the Pink Tea Cup. We had a chance to catch up with Monie and here's what she had to say about her favorite soul food spot:

"Let me tell you it's a hole in the wall but it is good good comfort food boy, food for the soul. I used to always eat there with quest love and common we used to meet there every Sunday religiously they introduced me to the place actually and I love it, I take my husband there and we like to eat there. Its real down low, I seen lots of celebrities there sometimes in there eating, it's a real D L spot but the food is really really good."

The Pink Tea Cup is located at 42 Grove St. in The Village. Take the 1 or 9 to Christopher St. http://www.thepinkteacup.com/

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/01/2005 01:58:00 PM  1 comments
Free Music Business Seminar
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FREE!!! For all aspiring or established artists, producers, managers, or any other music industry professionals come out to BMCC’s first ever Music Business Seminar.This will be an all day extensive training session that will include a series of groundbreaking panel discussions and creative workshops.Featured workshops are specifically for: Songwriters, Singers, Producers, A&R/Managers Featured Panel discussions include:Understanding your legal rights, The future of music business and technology to name a few.

Panelists include:Doug E. Fresh, Mtume, Justo, Mona Scott, Alchemist, Londell McMillian with other special SURPRISE Guests.

Date: Saturday, May 7th 2005

Time: 9 a.m. registration 10 a.m. Opening Remarks

Place: Borough of Manhattan Community College 199 Chambers St. New York, N.Y. 10007 Richard Harris Terrace

Price: FREE!

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/01/2005 11:08:00 AM  2 comments
Family Film Day at Tribeca Film Fest.
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Sunday, May 1

Family Film Festival: THE MUPPETS WIZARD OF OZ (Kirk R. Thatcher, 2005), SA, 6:00

http://www.tribecafilmfestival.org/ visit here to find theater location

posted by Sneaker15 @ 5/01/2005 10:52:00 AM  3 comments