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Weekday Fun: The Best Events January 27-29


Ben Stapp and the Zozimos via FB

Chow down for a good cause, learn about using public land for community projects, relive the glory days of pro wrestling, and more things to do in the neighborhood this week:

Community Land Access Workshop
When: Monday, January 27, 6:30-8:30pm
Where: Central Library, InfoCommons Lab, 10 Grand Army Plaza
What: Got your eye on a plot of vacant public land, and curious how to go about using it for a community project? This workshop from 596 Acres aims to help you figure it all out.
How much: Free!

Size Matters: Ben Stapp And The Zozimos
When: Monday, January 27, 8-10:30pm
Where: Tea Lounge, 837 Union Street
What: Composer, conductor, and tubist Ben Stapp will be joined by 10 fellow musicians (and a few extra guest artists) to relay the story of Myrrha’s Red Book.
How much: $10 suggested donation

Brooklyn Pride Fundraiser
When: Tuesday, January 28
Where: Bogota Latin Bistro, 141 5th Avenue
What: Need an idea for something to eat on Tuesday? Consider dining in or getting delivery or take-out for lunch or dinner from Bogota, which will be donating 10% of the day’s profits to Brooklyn Pride.

Wrestling Mania: The Best Of The Worst Of Pro Wrestling
When: Tuesday, January 28, 8pm (doors 7:30pm)
Where: Union Hall, 702 Union Street
What: A new monthly series that brings together a mix of wrestlers, comedians, and commentators to the stage to watch and lampoon the best of the worst of ’80s and ’90s pro wrestling.
How much: $6, tickets available in advance

The Future Of Whiteness
When: Wednesday, January 29, 7pm
Where: Central Library, InfoCommons Lab, 10 Grand Army Plaza
What: The new monthly series Brooklyn Public Philosophers presents Linda Alcoff, of the CUNY Graduate Center, who will discuss race and identity in order to “understand the limits and obstacles to revisioning or refashioning whiteness.” Heady stuff, but it’s a discussion even non-philosophers will find compelling.
How much: Free!

Photo via Ben Stapp and the Zozimos

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