Caribbean Life, March 24-30, 2022
Friday, March 25. Exhibition On View
Now: Struggling Toward A Better World: Bev
Grant Photography 1968-1972. Visit us to experience
Struggling Toward A Better World: Bev
Grant Photography 1968-1972. The featured
images, curated by Katherine Gressel, draw from
Grant’s extensive archive of photographs from
this time period when she was on the front lines
as a feminist and political activist. Gallery hours
are Noon - 4 pm on Fridays, Saturdays, and
Sundays through March 26. Hours are subject
to change depending on private event bookings
in the gallery space. Check our website calendar
for details. Image: Bev Grant, New Haven, 1969,
Courtesy of OSMOS The Old Stone House &
Washington Park is located at 3rd Street between
4th & 5th Avenues in Park Slope, Brooklyn
Gallery open to the public, 10 visitors at a time,
Friday, Saturday, & Sunday from noon - 4 pm.
Fridays – Sundays, noon – 4 pm.
Friday, March 25. Re sidencia PATR ÓN:
PATRÓN Tequila, the world’s number one superpremium
tequila, is bringing modern, Mexican
luxury to New York City with Residencia
PATRÓN, a destination celebrating Mexican culture
and bold innovation. The experience brings
together a representation of the PATRÓN timehonored,
handcrafted tequila process alongside
Mexican artisans, inventors and creators who
push the boundaries of what contemporary
Mexican luxury embodies. Enjoy this private
special event and reserve a free spot. Space is
limited – first-come, first-serve, and attendees
must all be 21+. The event recurs every hour
from noon to 5 p.m. Studio 525, 525 W 24th St
New York, NY 1001. noon – 5 pm.
Friday, March 25. Public Art Installation:
Drive-Thru: The winter public art
installation, Drive-Thru, is a reconfigurable
outdoor theater that incorporates light through
rear projection, showing videos from Brooklynbased
artists that highlight New York City’s
communities and explores themes of urban
life. This weekend starting Friday, watch Tanika
I. Williams, (construct) Clearing(2021) and
Sanctuary (2021). (Construct) Clearing seeks
to understand how we wear and repeat family
patterns of silence and separation. Sanctuary
illustrates the aftermath of African-Caribbean
mothers leaving their daughters to immigrate to
the United States, combining academic research,
autobiographical expression, and archival interviews.
The free films are best viewed starting
at dusk. The Plaza at 300 Ashland, 85 Flatbush
Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217. 5 pm.
Friday, March 25. The Dance Floor:
Fresh, Bold & So Def: Joining Universal Hip
Hop Museum for Women’s History Month is
the Ladies of Hip-Hop Dance Collective (LDC),
an all-female intergenerational troupe led by
director/choreographer Michele Byrd-McPhee,
previewing a new commission from the Guggenheim’s
Works & Process series. LDC’s work
centers on feminist narratives examining intersections
of gender, race and resistance. After the
show, hit the dance floor for an unforgettable
hip-hop jam. This event is free starting at 7:30
pm. David Rubenstein Atrium, 61 W 62nd St,
New York, NY 10023. 7:30 – 10 pm.
Saturday, March 26. The Rock and
Roll Playhouse Re sidency at Rockefe
ller Center: Enjoy Rockefeller Center’s
new monthly live singalong series with The Rock
and Roll Playhouse. Dance, play and rock out
with the band to top rock hits, experience the
classics every month with a fun twist the whole
family can enjoy! This month, The Rock and
Roll Playhouse welcomes “Women of Rock” for a
Women’s History Month Celebration. This event
is free and doors open at 11 am. Center Plaza, 45
Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10111. 11 am.
Saturday, March 26. Trailblazers: A
Kids Concert Celebrating Women in Classical
Music: Experience an upcoming family concert
featuring works by female classical composers!
Our fantastic Suzuki strings and piano students
will present pieces by a variety of women composers.
Returning emcee Annie Lee Moffett will
introduce our performers and lead a discussion
on classical music, exploring what defines the
genre and how female composers have played
a role. This concert is for music lovers of all
ages but is especially geared towards kids age
8 and older. The show begins at 5 pm. Tickets
are priced at $12 for adults and $8 for children.
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, 58 7th Ave.,
Brooklyn, NY 11217. 5 pm.
Saturday, March 26. Come dians You
Should Know: Headliners Description: Every
Saturday night Comedians You Should Know is
proud to present our new headliner series featuring
longer sets from some of the best comics in
the city. For up to date line ups visit our website:
cysknyc.com. email@example.com cysknyc.com
(718) 387–3585 Location: The Gutter 200 N.
14th St. between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street
Brooklyn, NY. Saturdays, 9 – 11 pm.
Saturday, March. 26. “Carnival Saturday”
Ladies no cove r all night:
Each and every Saturday Music by NYC top DJS
10PM-4AM LADIES & GENTS 21+ EVENT 3
bottles for $600 till 11 pm Ladies free all night
with RSVP BDAYS & TABLES 917-658-2359 |
347-272-3778 Dress code ladies : Highly fashionable
heels and dresses (No sneakers UGG
slippers) Guys : No swat pants or sweat shorts,
no jerseys (Collar shirts recommended) Location
Jouvay Night Club 147-02 Liberty Avenue
Queens, NY 11435. Saturdays, 10 pm.
Sunday, March 27. Macy’s Flower
Show: Join Macy’s for the opening day of their
annual ode to springtime with thousands of
stunning flowers & lush plants transforming
their flagship store into one of the most colorful
destinations in NYC. This can’t-miss show
spotlights beautiful blossoms and the fresh fragrances
they evoke—it’s a scent-sational way to
usher in the new season. This event is free and
open to the public during store hours. Macy’s
Herald Square, 151 West 34th St., New York, NY
10011. Daily, all day.
Sunday, March 27. Plant Cure/Brooklyn
Botanic Garden: This Sunday is the
last day to visit this exhibit. Explore the healing
properties of plants through the eyes of five contemporary
artists. The exhibit features artwork
from Desirée Alvarez, Agnes Murray, Maddy
Rosenberg, Amanda Thackray and James Walsh,
who during their six months as visual artists-inresidence
at the Garden, found inspiration in its
archival and living collection. The exhibit is free
with general admission. Brooklyn Botanic Garden,
990 Washington Ave Brooklyn, NY 11225.
10 am – 5:30 pm.
Sunday, March 27. Colon Cancer
Challenge 5k: Unite and raise awareness of
colorectal cancer, support those battling the disease,
and raise funds for the Colon Cancer Foundation’s
strategic initiatives of Advocacy, Public
Awareness, Research and Screening. Choose the
1 Mile Walk, the 5K Run or run wherever you
are in the Virtual 5K! No Matter what distance
you cover, you will make up ground in the race
to prevent colorectal cancer. Survivors will be
invited to celebrate their victory over colorectal
cancer during a special Survivors Ceremony and
Commemorative Photo. The event begins at 10
am. Register online to secure your spot for $35.
Queens Museum, Flushing Meadows-Corona
Park, Building, Queens, NY 11368. 11 am.
Sunday, March 27. Caribbean winter
brunch party: New location Nutty Sports
Bar & Grill for ENYSAUCES Carribean brunch
party every other Sunday. Reserve your table
today tickets sell out. Come celebrate your birthday
at the newest brunch party in Queens. Two
hours of unlimited mimosa for $25 jungle juice
fish bowls for $50 DJ KASSY provides the music
by creating the vibes, reggae, hip-hop, salas,
reggaeton. Location Nutty Sports Bar & Grill
105-06 Jamaica Ave, Richmond Hill, NY 11418.
Sundays, noon – 5 pm.
Nutty Sp orts Bar & Grill 105-06
Jamaica Ave , Richmond Hill, NY 11418,
Nutty Sp orts Bar & Grill, Quee ns.
Sunday, March. 27. Sundaze Brunch
& Day Party: Sundays Brunch & Dinner
Day Party Each & Every Sunday at @Katranyc
2 Floor indoor space plus outdoor seating 217
Bowery, New York, NY, 10002. Music Mixes
curated by NYC Top DJsReserved seating starts
at 1 pm we close at 12 am Reserved seating
is 1 pm, 2 pm, 4 pm, 6 pm, 7 pm, 8 pm, 9 pm
Times can be adjusted please communicate
advance upon booking a Reservation contact
646.717.2520 to book your table. RSVP is mandatory.
Please RSVP online and confirm reservation
24-48 hours before event. To book reservation
for table must submit your name, number,
group size & one person address. For more
information or to reserve table Text: 3474574866
or Email: Djyungb@gmail.com Katra Lounge &
Event Space 217 Bowery, New York, NY 10002.
Sundays, 2 – 11 pm.
Katra Lounge & Eve nt Sp ace, 217
Bowery, Ne w York. 347–457–4866.