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November 18, 2018

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MONDAY FINALS - COLLEGE NIGHT POETRY SLAM

Bowery Poetry presents Monday Finals: a slam venue specially for college students, hosted by NYU CUPSI slam champion Ugochi Egonu. “There will be prefixed pairings of the contestants, American Idol style judging, and the judges will use colored paddles to choose a winner of every bout in lieu of points.” Come on out on November 19; tickets are $5 at the door with student ID!

THANKSGIVING PARADE FLOAT INFLATION TOUR + LATE NIGHT PARTY

Grab a bite on the Upper West Side on November 21 and see for yourself how the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade prepares for one of the most anticipated events of the year! Then join the group at a nearby tavern for food and drinks to finish off the night! Find tickets and information at bit.ly/ThanksgivingFloat.

CATACOMBS BY CANDLELIGHT

“Beneath the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral are the only catacombs in Manhattan, and one of only a handful that exist in the entire United States.” Now you can explore the crypts under this 200-year-old church on November 22 on a candlelit tour! Book tickets at bit.ly/CatacombsByCandlelight.

ROOM FOR TEA EXHIBIT

“Like a great cup of tea, NYC is an amazing blend made with ingredients from all around the globe. Tea has the power to bring people together. It stands for different cultures. Every culture has its own version, and here in NYC, we celebrate that!”Experience 18 exclusive highlights on November 24 as you make your way through the delicious world of tea! Reserve a spot at bit.ly/RoomForTeaNYC.

YAS QUEEN SUNDAYS

On November 25 at The Phoenix, a $3 cover will get you a whole evening of music, drag, and festivities galore! One of my personal favorites will be performing: Dreama Belle, a Virginia queen who, when she isn’t reading to children or headlining Charlottesville Pride, pops into NYC to deliver a show to remember!

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Photo by Samuel Herrera

written by
Aaron Cohen
November 18, 2018