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    Stand Up Comedy (Fri and Sat)

    Founded by native New Yorkers experienced in the comedy business, EastVille Comedy Club, at its new home where it is the only comedy club in Brooklyn, prides itself on featuring the funniest and most experienced comics in the biz for a sure-fire night of laughs. There are no drink or food minimums and the 125-seat retro club regularly hosts comedians seen in film and on television’s Comedy Central, HBO, The Tonight Show and Late Show. Janeane Garofalo, Judah Friedlander, Jim Gaffigan and Todd Barry are among the top comics who’ve recently played the EastVille, and up-and-comers often share the bill, so you can see the comedy stars of tomorrow, too. Is there a better way to spend a Friday night?
    Stand Up Comedy (Fri and Sat)

    487 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn

    • Watch some of the city's (and country's) hottest stand-up comics perform and enjoy a night filled with laughter
    • Ease the tension from the daily grind with a comedy show
    • All ages welcome
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    115 positive reviews
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    Alternative New York Tour

    When people think of New York, they think of famous neighborhoods and landmarks such as Wall Street, the Empire State Building, and Central Park. Did you know there is another, equally impressive, side that helped shape the city's image throughout the years? Discover the real New York on this alternative walking tour as you stroll through the streets of the Bowery and East Village. You'll visit the homes of influential poets, writers, musicians and artists who contributed to the cutting edge culture of New York City. Along the way, see street art from well-known graffiti artists, hear about tragic events that have left New Yorkers weeping, and witness inspirational community activism that keeps New Yorkers moving forward every day. You won't be able to read about these experiences in any brochure or pamphlet, but you can listen to stories from those who've experienced them firsthand on this one-of-a-kind walking tour experience.
    Alternative New York Tour

    2nd Ave & E Houston St, New York

    • Explore the neighborhoods of East Village and the Bowery in Manhattan
    • Learn about the poets, musicians, writers, and artists that helped shape the culture in New York as it is today
    • See sticker and street art from well-known graffiti artists
    • Visit sites such as St. Marks Place, Tompkins Square Park, and The Mosaic Trail
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    9 positive reviews
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    High Line Park Tour

    What better encapsulates the essence of New York's creativity, majesty, and love of change than the railroad-turned-park open air oasis floating 25 feet above the city streets? Welcome to High Line Park. The 1.45-mile-long railroad structure operated from 1934-1980 as a vital line of freight transport for the Meatpacking District and industrial West Side. Decades later, it has been regenerated as the beautiful park you'll tour, now as rich in greenery as it is in history. You'll behold the cutting edge art and architecture that make for the perfect supplements to an already unique experience. Hovering above the bustle of the city life, you'll enjoy a rare pocket of peace and vibrancy from an entirely new perspective.
    High Line Park Tour

    Greenwich Ave & W 13th St, New York

    • Discover High Line Park, a former elevated railroad recently transformed into a beautiful park that sits above the city streets
    • Learn the history of the Meatpacking District, Chelsea, and Gansevoort Market Historic District
    • Enjoying cutting edge art and unique views of the city you won't see anywhere else
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    7 positive reviews
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    Blues Show

    Whether you're a longtime lover of blues or looking to expand your musical palette (e.g., is Blink-182 really an acceptable band for you to still be buying tickets for?), this is the right night of entertainment for you. Pay homage to the great ancestor of the Rock n' Roll we know and love today at one of NYC's signature blues clubs. The Blues Show features a rotating list of musicians, combining forces with a rock-solid house band to create one powerful, authentic blues experience. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your night of booze and blues.
    Blues Show

    149 Bleecker St, New York

    • Enjoy live entertainment from featured musicians with the Terra Blues house band
    • Experience one of the most authentic blues hotspots in NYC
    • Discover a genre of music that inspired today's rock
    • Sit back and enjoy!
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    34 positive reviews
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    East Village Food Tour

    Craving a pierogi? Or maybe a falafel? Ruggelah sounds good, too. It's just too bad there isn't a place that can satisfy your craving for all types of ethnic treats at once. Oh wait... there is! On this food adventure, you'll explore the East Village with its unrivaled food and ethnically diverse community. Savor a delicious array of cuisines and flavors, including a cannoli from a landmark pasticceria, falafel from the city's oldest falafel shop, and a class "black and white" cookie from a Jewish bakery, which was voted the best smelling shop in the city. Don't worry about the calories because you'll burn it all off with a history and cultural tour of the area. Good food and good stories -- what more could you want?
    East Village Food Tour

    Astor Place, New York

    • Sample a variety of delicious ethnic treats from famous eateries around East Village
    • Visit New York's most famous falafel shop, as well as a pasticceria that opened in 1894
    • Explore historic sites such as the Mosaic Trail, St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Cooper Union, and the Deutsch-Amerikanische Schuetzen Gesellschaft building
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    3 positive reviews
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    Japanese Ink-Painting (Sumi-e) (Chelsea)

    "If we study Japanese art, we see a man who is undoubtedly wise, philosophic and intelligent, who spends his time doing what? ...He studies a single blade of grass." -Vincent van Gogh Sumi-e is the art of ink wash-painting. Practiced for over one-thousand years, Sumi-e depicts the spirit or essence of an object rather than its outward appearance. Using the fewest possible strokes, you'll learn the techniques that are fundamental to embracing the art form loved by the greats, including van Gogh himself.
    Japanese Ink-Painting (Sumi-e) (Chelsea)

    203 W 20th St, New York

    • Learn Sumi-e, the Japanese art of ink wash-painting
    • Depict the spirit of the objects you paint
    • Embrace an art form beloved by some of the world's greatest artists
    • Paint the essence by mastering your brush strokes
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