Impulse Insider - What’s Happening In NYC this week (3/3-3/9)

Impulse Insider - What’s Happening In NYC this week (3/3-3/9)

March 3, 2014

​Welcome back to the Impulse Insider!  We hope everyone enjoyed the no-snow weekend and got to make the most of the almost pleasant weather we finally got!  Once again we are here with an update on the events and happenings taking place around New York City this week:

  • “Undercover” Exhibition

                Goyte fans will no doubt remember the uniquely artistic music video for “Somebody That I Used to Know” when the singers’ bodies were painted to match the background sets on the shoot. Artist Emma Hack, who did the body-work for the video, is now putting on a solo exhibition at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in Nolita. Entrance is free so stop by for a bit of culture before or after your weekend brunch date.  http://www.rebeccahossack.com/exhibitions/36/overview/

  •  Chelsea Handler Comedy Show

                The hilarious comedian will be kicking off her nationwide tour in The Theatre at Madison Square Garden this Saturday. Tickets are going fast but there are still some left on the website, and as always you can check Stubhub and Craigslist! In addition to material from her new book “Uganda Be Kidding Me” there will be a Q&A session and a surprise celeb guest. Sounds like a can’t-miss.  http://www.theateratmsg.com/events/2014/march/chelsea-handler.html

  •  Who’s Bad @ BK Bowl

                This world renowned Michael Jackson tribute band will be playing at Brooklyn Bowl this Friday night. The venue is known for its great/eclectic musical acts and this is no different. Whether you’re a “PYT”, know all the moves to “Thriller”, or just want to “Beat It” this sounds like the right way to jumpstart your weekend. Tickets available online or at the door.  http://www.brooklynbowl.com/

 

  •  For the Foodies:

                There is a new restaurants/bar opening to be on the lookout for!  Café Cambodge – Former Alphabet City restaurant Arcane is switching its menu focus from French-Carribean to Cambodian. Arcane had a homey/relaxing atmosphere, not to mention great food, so there is no doubt they will be carrying on the tradition in their new venture.  http://www.cafecambodge.com/home.html

 

Check in again next Monday for the events you can’t miss in NYC! 

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