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PLANET YES · Down to Clown House of Yes presents Planet Yes every Thursday! Free before Midnight with RSVP | $10 Presale | $15 at the Door #FREE #PLANETYES @ House of Yes 2 Wyckoff Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11237 United States
Jul 25 @ 10:00 pm

Refund Policy
No Refunds
Dance Party All Night Long


About this event
Welcome to Planet Yes – every Thursday, we blast off to a different universe! Each week is a new destination as we journey between planets. In a universe that is as abundant as it is absurd, you definitely want to be on THIS spaceship. Grab your space shoes, your multipass, kiss your momma goodbye we are going for a ride baby!

Get ready to run away with the circus! Iron out your stripe and fluff your polka dots, CLOWN CULT is recruiting new members, and we want you to JOIN US! We have the rowdiest clowns in the city, rituals to bring you closer to sacred silliness, and shenanigans so ridiculous, you’ll never want to leave. Everybody say HONK!


performance art absurdity · carnival games and ridiculous prizes · devious divination · tarot & tattoos · clown glamour beauty bar · impossible questions booth · dazzling mimes · fools gold · tickles and tricks · riddles and rhymes · good times more inspo HERE




Tom foolery · big top candy shop · clown face paint station · carnival games · practical Jokes · rubber duckies · balloon ballyhoo · tiny hat jamboree · lolipop licking · parade of ridiculousness · toys coming to life · tattoos by pokey the clown · red nose nonesense · silly ceremonies


YES! We offer table packages for groups, special celebrations, or just because you’re fabulous. Book yours at houseofyes.org/tables or reach out to reservations@houseofyes.org.


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House of Yes is a space for everyone to feel welcome. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment, unwanted touch, and discrimination. Always ASK before touching anyone at our events. If someone is making you uncomfortable, speak to a security guard or ask for a manager. We will believe you, and we will help. All restrooms in our venue are gender neutral. The entrance to the venue is ADA accessible. Strobe lights are used during performances and parties. Find out more at houseofyes.org/SAFER


21+ | No Re-Entry | No Refunds| More questions? Check out: houseofyes.org/FA

Intrepid Museum Presents Astronomy Night Part of the Astro Live collection Astronomy Nights feature fun-filled and educational experiences for the whole family! @ Intrepid Museum West 46th Street New York, NY 10036 United States
Jul 26 @ 5:00 pm

Refund Policy
No Refunds
17:00 – 21:00

Apollo: When We Went to the Moon (Space Shuttle Pavilion)

(Ongoing) The Intrepid Museum, home of the space shuttle Enterprise, is thrilled to host Apollo: When We Went to the Moon. This special exhibition, which opened on March 26, 2024 in the Space Shuttle…
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17:00 – 21:00

RS-25 Engine Temporary Installation (Pier 86)

(Ongoing) Don’t miss the full-scale replica of the RS-25 Engine on display at Pier 86. Learn about the engine powering NASA’s Artemis II mission.
17:30 – 20:00

Education Workshops (Hangar 3)

(Ongoing) Families and visitors with young children are also invited to participate in drop-in activities throughout the night in Hangar 3! This month, design a layered astronaut glove and complete c…
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17:30 – 20:00

Educator Cart: Learn About Space Capsules* (Hangar 3 Gemini Capsule)

(Ongoing) Talk with a museum educator and discuss the Mercury-Atlas 7 and Gemini III missions that occurred during the Space Race! *ASL will be provided for a portion of the night.
18:00 – 18:20

Blast Off! Demonstration* (Hangar 3 Stage)

Launching a space shuttle takes some science, engineering, and a whole lot of rocket fuel. Explore how space shuttles got into space and, more importantly, how they got astronauts home safely, during…
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18:30 – 19:30

Featured Speaker: Charlie Blackwell-Thompson* (Hangar 3 Stage)

Hear from Artemis Launch Director, Charlie Blackwell-Thompson as she shares her experience in Firing Room 1 of Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Control Center for the historic launch of Artemis I. Learn…
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20:45 – 22:45

Summer Movie Series: First Man (Flight Deck)

Enjoy views of the Hudson River and city skyline while watching the film First Man on the flight deck. Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs, picnic baskets and blankets to view the film outdoors, …
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About this event
Important information: This is not a ticket into the museum. You do not need to bring this the night of the program. This is just for a reminder for Astronomy Night. It is not a ticket.

Free Fridays are back! The Intrepid Museum is once again extending its hours free of charge on Friday, July 26 from 5:00pm-9:00pm. Don’t miss special programming during Free Fridays, including the Museum’s popular Summer Movie Series and Astronomy Night, part of the Astro Live Series.

Astronomy Nights are FREE and feature fun-filled and educational experiences for the whole family, including talks from astronauts, engineers, and scientists and activities & demos led by Museum educators.

This month, hear from Artemis Launch Director Charlie Blackwell Thompson, in conversation with former NASA Astronaut Mike Massimino, as she shares her experience in Firing Room 1 of Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Control Center for the historic launch of Artemis I. Learn about the significance of NASA’s Artemis missions and returning humanity, including the first woman and person of color, to the surface of the Moon.

Livestreaming of the conversation will be available if you can’t make it in person to the Intrepid Museum. View the live event on Facebook or YouTube.

Additionally, in connection with the Museum’s newest exhibition: Apollo: When We Went to the Moon, all of the movies this summer will feature stories about humankind’s exploration and fascination with the Moon. During this movie night, enjoy views of the Hudson River and city skyline while screening the film First Man on the flight deck. Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs, picnic baskets and blankets to view the film outdoors, free of charge, on a huge inflatable screen on the flight deck. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis and space is limited. Light concessions will be sold onsite, and visitors are encouraged to bring their own food and non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is NOT permitted. Movie will begin at sunset.

* American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be available for the demonstration, featured speaker, and some of the educator cart. Movie will also have open captions.

Doors will open promptly at 5:00pm, Last entry to the Museum is at 8:30 pm (doors are subject to close earlier, entry is not guaranteed). All visitors must enter through the Welcome Center to receive a free ticket prior to entering the Museum.


Special Guest Speaker:

Charlie Blackwell-Thompson serves as launch director for NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems Program, based at NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida. She oversees the countdown and liftoff of NASA’s SLS (Space Launch System) rocket and Orion spacecraft for the Artemis missions. On Nov. 16, 2022, Blackwell-Thompson led her team during the first launch of Artemis – and uncrewed flight test of SLS and the Orion spacecraft. She is now preparing for Artemis II, the first crewed Artemis mission. Named to the position in January 2016, Blackwell-Thompson is NASA’s first female launch director.

Her role includes leading and managing the launch operations planning and execution for the Exploration Ground Systems program and Exploration Systems Development Division, or ESD. She also serves as the cross-program lead to the Launch Integration team responsible for integration and coordination of launch operations across the three programs: SLS, Orion and EGS. In her role as launch director, she manages the development of all launch countdown plans, philosophy, and launch and scrub turnaround procedures and schedules, as well as training approaches.


Mike Massimino is a New York Times bestselling author who served as a NASA Astronaut from 1996 to 2014. He is a four-time spacewalker who completed two missions to the Hubble Space Telescope, including the final Hubble servicing mission which has been called the most dangerous and complex mission in space shuttle history. Mike set a team record with his crewmates for the most cumulative spacewalking time in a single space shuttle mission, and he was also the first person to tweet from space. Mike received his BS from Columbia University and his PhD from MIT. He currently lives in New York City where he is a professor at Columbia, Senior Space Advisor at the Intrepid Museum, an expert television commentator, and an in-demand keynote speaker. He also had a recurring role as himself on The Big Bang Theory television series.

Astro Live is supported through a NASA Cooperative Agreement awarded to the New York Space Grant Consortium.

The program is also supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

STooPS 2024 Summer Festival Art Crawl. Block Party. Bed Stuy Legends & Legacies. @ Stuyvesant Avenue & Decatur Street Stuyvesant Avenue & Decatur Street Brooklyn, NY 11233 United States
Jul 27 all-day

Refund Policy
Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.

GCW Presents “Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport XI” GCW and Josh Barnett team up to bring BLOODSPORT to NYC for the first time on July 28th at Roulette Intermedium in Brooklyn! @ Roulette Intermedium 509 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States
Jul 28 @ 7:00 pm

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No Refunds
About this event
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Drew Afualo signs LOUD at B&N Union Square B&N Union Square welcomes Drew Afualo for a signing & photo-op for LOUD on Monday, July 29th at 6PM @ Barnes & Noble 33 East 17th Street New York, NY 10003 United States
Jul 29 @ 6:00 pm

Refund Policy
Refunds up to 1 day before event
About this event
Event lasts 2 hours
Join Barnes & Noble – Union Square on Monday, July 29th as we welcome content creator and women’s rights advocate Drew Afualo to sign LOUD. Empowering, inspiring, and patriarchy-smashing, this debut book is part manual, part manifesto, and part memoir.


To make this event safe and enjoyable for all attendees, please read the below guidelines ahead of buying a ticket, so you know what to expect on the day. To avoid disappointment, we must stress that there will be no access to the event for non-ticketholders.

Barnes & Noble reserves the right to make new rules and orders in its sole discretion with regard to COVID-19 at any time and any person not abiding by the Barnes & Noble directives will be refused entrance or directed to leave the premises.

Book Admission – $30.53 (Admission + one copy of LOUD + 5-cent bag fee): **LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE**: A ticket PER PERSON includes:

One copy of LOUD (out 7/30/24).
Admission to the photo op & signing line with Drew Afualo for one person.

Drew will pose for photos. B&N staff will be on hand to take your photo.

Drew will sign (signature only) copies of LOUD. There will be no personalization’s.

Any gifts for the author will be collected prior to the signing line.

Please arrive by 6PM in order to secure your place in the signing line. Late arrivals may not have the opportunity to meet the author.

No memorabilia will be signed at this event.

No large bags will be permitted into the event.

Ticket holders will be admitted into the event beginning at 5:30PM the day of the event. Please have a copy of your ticket available (either printed out or on your phone) for check in.

Due to health and safety and space limitations, those without a ticket will not be permitted into the event space.

Please note that Eventbrite is the only authorized dealer for this event. Each person must have a ticket to enter.

All event guidelines are subject to change.

If you have any additional questions, please call the store directly at: 212-253-0810.

Attendees can receive refunds up to 24 hours before your event start time.

If you are unable to attend the event, Barnes & Noble – Union Square will hold your book for seven days after the event. Please contact the store to arrange your pickup.

Should this event be canceled, all customers will be refunded their ticket price to the original method of payment per Eventbrite’s refund policy.

Event guidelines are subject to change.


Drew Afualo is best known as the internet’s “Crusader for Women” and is at the head of a new generation of entertainment’s rising stars. Loud is part manual, part manifesto, and part memoir. It makes it clear that behind her fearsome laugh is a mission and a life philosophy, a strategy for self-confidence from the inside out, and a pathway to once and for all remove men from the center of how women and femmes think about themselves.

Afualo has amassed more than nine million followers across her social platforms. When she first started creating content in 2020, she realized that men on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and other apps were creating sexist content aimed at disparaging women, and also containing rampant fatphobia, racism, and other forms of bigotry, with very real-life consequences. It didn’t take long for her to step into the role of unofficial watchdog for misogyny, and her signature laugh is now recognized as a feminist call to arms, a summoning cry to rid the internet (and our hearts, minds, and lives) of “terrible men” and create a space to fight outdated patriarchal ideals.

ABOUT Drew Afualo:

Drew Afualo is a content creator and women’s rights advocate. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, and she has been profiled in The New York Times, Nylon, and Rolling Stone. She was named Adweek’s 2022 Digital & Tech Creator of the Year, Meta’s Creator of Tomorrow, and one of Time magazine’s Next Generation Leaders. Afualo has covered the red carpet at the Academy Awards and hosts the Spotify Exclusive podcast The Comment Section. Loud is her first book.

Michael J. Seidlinger + Geoff Rickly: The Body Harvest Join us for an in-person event with horror author Michael J. Seidlinger for a discussion of his new book The Body Harvest. @ Strand Book Store 828 Broadway 3rd Floor, Rare Book Room New York, NY 10003 United States
Jul 30 @ 7:00 pm

Refund Policy
Refunds up to 7 days before event
Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.
About this event
Event lasts 1 hour
Join us for an in-person event with horror author Michael J. Seidlinger for a discussion of his new book The Body Harvest. Joining Michael in conversation is Geoff Rickly, author and lead singer-songwriter of the band Thursday. This event will be hosted in the Strand Book Store’s 3rd floor Rare Book Room at 828 Broadway on 12th Street.

Can’t make the event? Purchase a signed copy of The Body Harvest here.


Masks and vaccination checks are not required for entry.* Attendees are welcome to wear a mask if they choose. If you do not have a mask and would like one, The Strand will provide masks at the door.

*Please note this is subject to change any time before or during the event per the author’s request.


Strand Book Store is an ADA compliant venue. The event space is accessible via elevator. Please ask a Strand employee upon arrival for directions to accessible seating if preferred.

ASL interpretation is available for this event by request only. Please reach out to our events team at events@strandbooks.com by July 16th to request.

For further information on accessibility in this space, or to make a request, please contact events@strandbooks.com.


J.G. Ballard’s Crash meets Albert Camus’s The Plague in a transgressive horror novel for the TikTok generation.

Will is a fraud. Olivia is a wreck. They meet at a grief share group and quickly bond over their brokenness. They also have a peculiar hobby; they seek out sickness. Will hunts for the latest strain of flu. Olivia doesn’t feel comfortable in her body if she isn’t suffering from a fever. They become virus chasers, finding confidence in their ability to conquer every affliction they come across.

They soon discover an online community of chasers called The Source and realize that their hobby isn’t all that odd when seen from the right distance. And then the mysterious Zaff literally walks into their life, claiming that he has the goods, knows where the latest outbreak will drop. Intrigued, Will and Olivia decide to take their hobby to the point of obsession, believing that if they can conquer the newest strain, nobody can hurt them.

Michael J. Seidlinger is the Filipino American author of The Body Harvest, Anybody Home?, Tekken 5 (Boss Fight Books) and other books. He has written for, among others, Wired, Buzzfeed, Polygon, The Believer, and Publishers Weekly. He teaches at Portland State University and has led workshops at Catapult, Kettle Pond Writer’s Conference, and Sarah Lawrence.

Geoff Rickly is an American musician and author best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the band Thursday. His debut novel, Someone Who Isn’t Me, was released in 2023.

2024 NYC Neuromodulation The Conference will provide attendees with insights into the most timely and important advances in neurotechnology / neuromodulation. @ The City College of New York 160 Convent Avenue New York, NY 10031 United States
Jul 31 all-day

Refund Policy
Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.
About this event
Event lasts 4 days 10 hours
The past four NYC Neuromodulation conferences brought together hundreds of scientists, technologists and clinicians together in a dynamic curated program.

This year’s themes include:

Biomarkers of pain and depression: Guiding personalized neuromodulation.
Non-invasive and minimally invasive BCI: Application-driven technology.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) with separate sessions devoted to image-guided personalization, coil design for depth and targeting, and accelerating clinical responses.
Dramatic advances in restorative neurotechnology: The future is now.
Connectomic neuromodulation: Advanced patient imaging to circuit therapeutics
New cognitive neuroscience: Inferring causality from brain stimulation.
Special technical track: Advanced tools in computational model driven design from image-derived models, scale and speed, and predicting neuronal/networks responses.
Special technical track: Approaches to closed-loop neurostimulation from hardware, to software, to clinical paradigms.
This year, the NYC Neuromodulation Conference “gets personal” in four ways:

– Grand theme across technical sessions: Optimized interventions are personalized interventions.

– Extensive networking opportunities spanning poster sessions, on/off-site social events, funder and investor panels, and new investigators opportunities.

– Utmost focus on attendee experience includes complimentary drinks and meals (breakfasts, lunches, opening receptions), work and networking conducive environments, online and in-person attendee services.

– Unmatched opportunities to promote your work including day-long poster sessions, Abstract online enhanced content, Abstract publication, and featured Abstract oral presentations on main stage.

Fore more information please visit: https://neuromodec.org/nyc-neuromodulation-2024/