Jersey City Art Tour (web-cast)http://jcat2000.org
Tonic (FREE - no cover)
Sat., Feb. 3, 2001 2-5pm
107 Norfolk St., NYC (near Delancy St.)
Salon featuring Carolyn along with Celtic rock legend Pamela Novick, indie rocker Matt Keating, Kill Henry Sugar's Erik Della Penna; with poets Boni Joi (well known in poetry circles and a talented and witty fashion plate), Linus Gelber (owner of web-ho and a wonderfully funny and insightful poet), performance artist/song-writer Liz Davis.
Come on down for the afternoon for a free art-fest - you can check out Economy Candy (down the block) which features extremely low priced and hard-to-find candy selections.
Tonic is located at 107 Norfolk Street between Delancey and
Rivington in Manhattan's Lower East Side. You can take the F
train to Delancey Street or the J/M/Z trains to Essex Street. Walk along Delancey towards the Williamsburg bridge and take your first left onto Norfolk. Parking is occasionally available on Norfolk Street and often available in the municipal parking garage (that means
cheap) right around the corner on Essex Street between
Delancey and Rivington. See http://www.ny.com/nyc-cgi-bin/frame?url=http://www.tonic107.com for more information.
Halcyon (FREE, no cover)
Sun, Feb. 4, 2001, 1 pm
227 Smith St. (between Butler and Douglas Sts.), Brooklyn (take the F or G subway to Bergen Ave.)
Halcyon is a lovely cafe in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn serving snacks, hot drinks, and alcoholic beverages.