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Natalie Kocsis art show 5/22/07

Kocsis’ bright, twisted, witty pen-and-watercolor work closely resembles Gerald Scarfe at his best circa The Wall, 1980. This is her first solo show and very much worth your while. The opening reception is at Pie by the Pound, 124 4th Ave (btwn. 12 and 13th St.)  Tues May 22, 7-9 PM. For some background on the headbanging artist click http://www.natty.org

May 16, 2007 Posted by | Art, Live Events | Leave a comment

Rally for Affordable Housing May 23rd


On Wednesday, May 23rd, New Yorkers will rally in support of New York is Our Home, a broad coalition of advocacy groups and labor unions campaigning for the preservation and creation of affordable housing opportunities in New York City.

Meet up with a team representing Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn for the rally and march on May 23rd at 5 p.m., at the corner of First Avenue and 15th Street in Manhattan (in front of the Chase Bank on the west side of First Avenue). Wear your Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn t-shirt if you have one and join with thousands of other demonstrators in forming a human chain around Stuyvesant Town.

For more information on the event, please visit www.newyorkisourhome.com.

May 16, 2007 Posted by | New York City, Politics | Leave a comment