Recommended Shit To Do In New York This January

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Life Drawing Night

119 Ludlow Street

The artists of the co-working space Con Artist Collective are hosting a life drawing session on January 4th. Ticket cost covers admission to the workspace during the event, access to shared art supplies, as well as a one-month online Con Artist Collective membership! It’s a great space to meet like minded people and make stuff.



Brooklyn Slam Poetry

647 Fulton Street

Hosted by poet, activist, and educator Mahogany L Browne, with music by DJ Jive Poetic, Brooklyn Slam Poetry brings together Brooklyn’s own slam poets. This event takes place on January 9th. Come early and sign up for the open mic that will follow.

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On A Lighter Note Comedy Show


Dan Wilbur is hosting a totally FREE comedy show on January 18th for everyone who feels like the sky is falling. This one is guaranteed to keep things light because each comedian is required to leave the stage on a positive note. If that doesn’t cheer you up, there will be random chances to win a free drink during the show. Who doesn’t love the sound of that?

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2018 Women’s March On NYC

Central Park West & 61st/62nd street

In 2017, women across the nation marched together. If you were struck with pneumonia and unable to attend, January 20th is your next chance to take part in the movement. The rally stage will be at Central Park West between 61st and 62nd street. After the rally, marchers will head toward Bryant Park.

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#PoetsForPuertoRico - Benefit Reading For Hurricane Relief

Bronx Museum Of The Arts / South Wing Lower Gallery

After you’ve gotten all fired up and inspired at the Women’s March, head to the Bronx Museum Of The Arts for a special reading. All proceeds will be sent to Puerto Rico to help rebuild. Tickets are $20.

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Bushwick Vendors Market

The Silent Barn 

Support your local vendors! Head to The Silent Barn on January 27th for a collection of over fifteen local vendors selling art, jewelry, vintage, home decor, and more. Admission is donation based and no one will be turned away.

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