The Week That Will Be: “It”, A Masquerade, and Readings You Need To See

The Week That Will Be: “It”, A Masquerade, and Readings You Need To See
Photo by José Bayona
Photo by José Bayona

Below you’ll find information on events through the week in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill. Check back Thursday to see what’s scheduled this weekend!

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Clara Bow: movie star in Boston
Clara Bow ‘s charisma will blow you away. (Courtesy Flickr/Boston Public Library.)

BAM Rose Cinemas: It
When: Tuesday, 7:30pm
Where: Peter Jay Sharp Building at 30 Lafayette Avenue
What: What is that certain something, that je ne sais quoi that is so magnetic? “It”, starring Clara Bow, is a master class in the time-spanning charisma of the lead actor.
How much: $14

Pamela Erens presents Eleven Hours In conversation with Elisa Albert
When: Tuesday, May 17 at 7:30 pm.
Where: 686 Fulton street
What: Erens’ latest effort details a grueling childbirth in what’s sure to be an insightful conversation with Elisa Albert.
How much: Free


Drink and Draw
When: Wednesday May 18 from 7pm to 9pm
Where: 1094 Broadway, all the way in Bed-Stuy
What: Adults only at this 21+ event. Channel your inner Jack Dawson at this sketching event. Nude models will be present and you’ll be provided with materials like pens, pencils, and drinks.
How much: $10

Adrian Bosc and David Samuels
When: Wednesday May 18 at 7:30 pm.
Where: 686 Fulton street
What: Samuels, fresh off his headline-grabbing interview with Ben Rhodes of the Obama administration, will lead the conversation with Bosc, as they discuss Bosc’s new tome on the crash of the Constellation.
How much: Free

Trivia Night
When: Wednesdays from 8-11pm
Where: Putnam’s Pub at 419 Myrtle Avenue
What: Weekly trivia competition to win gift cards of $100 to Putnam’s. Beer specials all night.
How much: Free


(Courtesy Flickr/Mateus Lunardi Dutra)

When: Thursday May 19 at 7:30 pm.
Where: BAM Lepercq Space at 30 Lafayette Avenue
What: High prices meet high culture at this year’s fest, which will have a Cuban and Cajun flair. Guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks. We won’t make any Eyes Wide Shut jokes.
How much: $350


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