Date: February 9th 2018

Hello lovelies,

Welcome to our birthday week! Our very first event was on Valentine's Day in 2002, can you believe it? We turn 16 this year, so please join us in celebrating our peak terrible teenage behavior (did you know we're also hosting a makeout party tonight via House of Scorpio?).

Here's how we're celebrating (full invites below):

  • Tomorrow! Our annual love letter to all things cabaret, Meet Me in Paris. Luscious burlesque, tantalizing dancers, charming magic, against the backdrop of roaring hot jazz with a French feel -- followed by an electro-swing dance party. Tix: (yes, door sales will be available).
  • Like we've done for the last dozen years, we celebrate Valentine's Day proper, Wed 2/14, with our legendary Banya party. Tix: (we won't have a chance to email you again, so keep an eye on the Facebook page for the latest ticket availability -- we're usually maxed out for this one).
  • Later in Feb (2/23): our craft cocktail pop-up, The Cocktail Experiment, on a new monthly schedule. Now you can always count on us being open the fourth Friday of the month, as a refuge from the overcrowded weekend bar scene.


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Meet Me in Paris: a clandestine cabaret

Sat, Feb 10, $20 until 1am, $10 after, 21+ (25+ suggested) $40 for reserved table seats w/prime stage view 9-10pm cocktail hour, 10pm-1am live acts, 1am-5am dancing & lounging Gemini and Scorpio Lofe, must RSVP for Gowanus, BK address Details & address RSVP: Tix: (advance recommended) FB:

A clandestine French cabaret with sensuous live music, sultry burlesque and variety acts, followed by late-night dancing and lounging in our softly-lit loft, absinthe and other special libations at the bar, and kissing on the sprawling roof. Our house band will be playing three full sets to swoon, sway and dance to, with deliciously naughty performances in between. It's also our annual Birthday celebration: we turn 16 this year!

- Three sets of vintage danceable French gems by Myriam Phiro & the Cavaliers of Swing - Risqué burlesque by Dandy Dillinger and Countess Eden - Can-can and more by our delightful new dance troupe (so new it doesn't have a name yet!) featuring Mademoiselle Estelle, CeCe BrownSugah & Karen Ng - Hosted by dashing & dangerous magician Patrick Terry - Nouvelle chanson to electro-swing mix by DJ Poodlecannon (Marc Nasdor) - Love & compatibility tarot readings by Marcy Currier

Dress code (as usual, required): Cabaret through the ages (turn-of-century Belle Époque La Goulue cabaret, 1920s Josephine Baker cabaret, 1930s Marlene Dietrich cabaret, 1940s Edith Piaf cabaret, 1950s Jacques Brel cabaret, 60s and beyond cabaret lounge, anachronistic punk cabaret); "Cabaret" the movie; vintage or modern high style; dressy & classy.

Press: "A Pigalle-style playground with can can dancers, cabaret acts and vintage gypsy jazz" - TimeOut NY. "If there's one team of party planners we trust with throwing a stunning clandestine French cabaret, it's Gemini & Scorpio." - Flavorpill.

PARTY: 2/14

Gemini & Scorpio

Steamy Valentine's Night at the Russian Baths

Wed, Feb 14, 7pm-2am, $40-100
Brooklyn Banya, 602 Coney Island Ave bet Beverley Rd & Ave C, Kensington, BK

Details: Tix:

Break out your bikini or swim trunks, and join our hand-picked crowd of artsy, funky (and nearly naked) New Yorkers for the glorious return of Gemini & Scorpio's legendary Russian Baths party.

We will have the banya to ourselves, with a few hand-picked professionals on hand for the optional platzas and massages. Enjoy: Russian, Turkish and Swedish steam rooms, jacuzzi and cold plunge pool; poolside dance floor; rooftop smoking deck; hookah lounge and chillout rooms; authentic and delicious Russian food in a private restaurant room with a view of the dance floor.

Veveritse Brass Band, a rowdy Balkan gypsy band, will get you sweating faster than the saunas, and we'll keep the dance floor sizzling with our favorite DJ Joro Boro spinning irresistible ethnotek till 2am while we dole out pierogies for everyone. There will be an open vodka bar 9-10pm.

"Best (and Only) Russian-bathhouse Dance Party" - Village Voice "Best of 2006. "A night of steamy fun" -- TimeOutNY "Your Perfect Weekend" pick. "Epic" -- Brooklyn Based.

Only 100 tix available, and the event usually sells out in advance. Three ticket levels: $100 (7pm entry + open vodka bar + multi-course Russian banquet) / $55 (9pm entry + open vodka bar) / $40 (11pm entry). More details on each ticket tier are on our website.

This is the kind of party you always imagine, but can never quite find in real life...and the only one where you'll come out cleaner than when you came in.

DRINKS: 2/23

Gemini & Scorpio

The Cocktail Experiment + February Babies Birthday Party

Fri, Jan 26, 8pm-1am, FREE admission, 21+ (25+ recommended) Plus: FREE drinks if you bring a cocktail ingredient $6 per experiment / $17 flight of three / cash only

Gemini & Scorpio Loft, Gowanus, BK
Official site & address RSVP: FB: Social media: @gemini_scorpio / #geminiandscorpio

For the first time ever, we're opening our doors as a craft cocktail lounge on a set monthly schedule. Every fourth Friday, enjoy inventive cocktails in a better-than-bar atmosphere: a sexy low-lit loft, lots of couches, sprawling roof, chill music, serious skills behind the bar, no attitude, no cover. Weekend bars are awful; come hide out here. We'll make you something delicious.

Plus, the Experiment: craft cocktail pop-up meets Iron Chef. One kickass bartender, a fully stocked bar, and YOU bringing a liquid challenge: a bottle of something unusual for our pro to turn into a one-of-a-kind cocktail. If your bottle is used in creation of a cocktail, you and up to three friends get a complimentary round. No two cocktails will be the same, and all will be delicious.

Is your birthday in February? Your first drink is on the house (show us your ID). You can even get in touch to reserve a couch, arrange party favors, etc. For everyone else: free un-birthday baked goods!

Tips on bringing ingredients: we welcome both liquor and mixer challenges, but please no basic juices or sodas...that's not what craft cocktails are made of. Consider: half-size bottles, homemade infusions or syrups, that forgotten bottle of weird booze you don't know what to do with, inexpensive amaros, bitters or vermouths. Most importantly, since whatever you brought will be in your free cocktail round, choose flavors you enjoy!

/// NYC EVENTS: 2/9-2/15 ///


PUPPETS: The Magic City Nine-year-old Philomena's inner world materializes as a pint-size metropolis of found objects in this magical retelling of Edith Nesbit's 1910 fantasy novel. With the help of toy theater, shadow puppetry, live music, and live actors in silhouette, she copes with the loss of her parents and the challenges of her new blended family, eventually finding a way to reconcile her Magic City with the reality of the world outside it. (Fri/Sat 7pm, Sat/Sun 2pm, BAM Fisher, Fishman Space 321 Ashland Pl, BK, $16)

PUPPETS: Puppet Playlist #26: The Days of the Week
The most topical, up-to-date Playlist of all time, featuring your favorite songs that mention days of the week. Featuring musical performances by: Jocelyn Mackenzie, Miwa Gemini and Rebekah, Naeembot with Matt Hollenberg, Pinc Loud, Tristan McCoppin and Erin Maya, and Sticker Dude. Featuring puppetry by: Jenny Hann with Mery Cheung and Christine Schisano, Chad Williams, Brodrick Jones, Felicia Cooper, Aaron Fischer and Ora Fruchter, Jacob Graham, and Megan Barbour & Lizz Leiser with The Serious Theatre Collective feat. Kacie Laforest & Ricardo Delgado. (Fri 8:30pm/Sat 7pm & 9pm, The Tank at 36st St, 312 W 36th St, $15)

FILM: Oscar-Nominated Short Films For the 13th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures present all of the Oscar-Nominated Short Films with all three categories offered – Animated, Live Action and Documentary. This is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool). A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, don’t miss this year’s selection of shorts. (Fri-Thu, Alamo Draft House, 445 Albee Sq W, see site for details, $16)

ART: My Naughty Valentine exhibit & gallery party This exhibition might've made Saint Valentine of Terni blush. Open the full week of Valentine's day, Con Artist Collective explores love and sexuality in this mid-February show of erotica and more. Uncensored as always. NSFW. Bring your date(s) or come solo. Gallery Party Wednesday 7pm-11pm. (Mon-Thu, Con Artist Collective, 119 Ludlow St, 7pm-11pm, FREE)

FEST: Mixology Festival 2018 Circuit Breakers presents four evenings and seven musical artists and ensembles who bend, blend, and extend electronic instruments and tools toward new realms of creative communication. Surreal songs, ritual roustings, radiophonic phenomena, and a multimedia mélange will incite, inspire, and inhabit. This fest celebrates new and unusual uses of technology in music and the media arts. (Tue-Thu, this week and next, Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave, BK, 8pm, $15-$25)


ART/PERFORMANCE: Iconic Apex Rubulad hosts an opening reception featuring work of designer & performance artist Darrell Thorne. Over 70 pieces will be on display, including a bespoke mask created for Madonna, numerous pieces featured in Steven Klein’s Brooke Candy video “Opulence”, and a series of 18 pieces created for the Park Avenue Armory. Performances will happen throughout the evening including Katherine Crockett, House of Ninja, Javier Dzul/Dzul Dance, Akil Apollo Davis, and the Plaster Cramp. Music by DJ Sammy Jo and DJ Reaganomics. RSVP to rubulad@PROTECTED (RSVP for address, BK, 8pm, FREE)

PARTY: The 3rd Annual "It's Friday, I'm (Not) In Love: Anti-Valentine's Day Party" No love in your life? Flip Cupid the bird and celebrate singledom with all the other lonelyhearts. Hug yourself and sway as DJ Gordon Gloom (Feeling Gloomy, YDH2S) spins songs of heartache and desire from the 80s to today. Purge your emotional baggage with our cleansing anti-love ritual. Use our photo booth to show the world (and your exes) how much better you're doing on your own. Lubricate yourself with themed drink specials. Dress in black. All black. Only black. Creativity will be rewarded. (Littlefield, 635 Sackett St, BK, 10:30pm, $7)


PARTY: Love Potion Number 389 or All About Love: A Feastly Fiesta Featuring live music and performance by: Hungry March Band; Viva DiConcini's Rock N Roll Burlesque featuting The Maine Attraction, Tigger!, Miss Saturn and Seedie Edie is kittening; Bikini Car Wash. With your dj/hostess Baby K Love and friends (with benefits). Plus Tommy Jose Stathes Cartoon Carnival # 69 (er, 64) "What is Love" (vintage Valentine's cartoons on film). Dress: to bill and coo, you lovebirds you. RSVP to rubulad@PROTECTED (Rubulad, address with purchase or RSVP, BK, 7pm doors/7:30pm show, $10 adv/$15 door)

BURLESQUE: Wasabassco’s Electric Disco Space Pirates
tix: A striptease spectacular dance party adventure. What can turn a bleak midwinter’s night into a truly outrageous fantasia? Find out at this striptease spectacle of glamor and glitter. These interstellar raiders come from a distant nightclub beyond the stars to take it off and get on down with a burlesque show of galactic proportions - and when the show is over the dance party is just beginning. Show off your own faux-fabulous neon mirror ball finery and dance into the future. The magic is real, the striptease is fabulous, and the future is now. Hosted by Nasty Canasta, and starring GiGi La Femme, Ivory Fox, Poison Ivory, Qualms Galore as Pam The Natural, Roi King, Sapphire Jones, Sydni Deveraux, Amuse Bouche and more. (The Bell House, 149 7th St, BK, 7pm doors/8pm show/10pm dance party, $10/$20 seated/$30 VIP)

PARTY: Karnaval X at the Loft Some say this time of celebration stretches back to an ancient age when Romans celebrated Dionysian festivals such as Saturnalia and Bacchanalia. Carnival is a celebration of indulgence. The 4 days leading up to lent, a time when many pleasures are forbidden, are celebrated as a time of revelry, culminating on Fat Tuesday aka Mardi Gras. This event celebrates the birthday of host Akil Apollo Davis and features the JunXion All stars dj ensemble and maybe some brass. Costumes are greatly encouraged, masks, feathers, beads, puppets, come with your bloco OR your KREWE, carnaval parade, featuring King Cake, King Momo, the Queen of Carnival, Samba schools, the JunXionetts, and much more. (X Marks the Loft, 405 Johnson Ave, BK, 10pm-6am, $10)


SHOP: House of Boutique: Valentines Market Seasonal, handmade, artisan ethical, vintage, and upcycled jewelry, crafts, clothing, goods, arts, textiles, festival wear, costumes, menswear and more. (House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave, BK, 1pm-7pm, FREE with RSVP)

SHOP: Hearts Overflow At Cups: A Unique Shopping Bazaar Enjoy a cocktail or two while you peruse hand crafted jewelery, accesories & punk rock t’s, vintage by Clara Coquette of Lil Coquette Vintage, oils from Hoodoo Hussy, 'Knot Very Nice' hand dyed cotton rope floggers, and more. Bee L Zebabe of 'Blessing Bomb' will be offering 3 Tarot readings and single candle love bombs for February. Rock and Roll Photographer Delissa will bring out your inner goddess with gorgeous professional photos all day. Sit pretty with your sweetheart while legendary New York City artist Adriano Moraes captures your likeness with love. Sam Hariss of The Sweet Things and Caitlin Venters keep your body in the groove on the 1's and 2’s. (Three of Cups Lounge, 83 1st Ave, 2pm, FREE)

SHOP: Greenpointers Winter of Love Valentine's Market A highly curated selection of 60+ vendors will be selling beautifully designed locally made gifts to pick up for you or your sweetie. Plus massages by human@ease, digital scans and avatar creation by Capture me in 3D, henna tattoo by Miss V, nail art by Peenk, tarot card readings by Hannah Frishberg, and a psychedelic art installation for sky high photo shoots with Ben Shirai. Groove to live performances by Joata, Katy Rea, The Morning Sea curated by Supercrush Studio while sipping on craft beer or hot mulled cider with rum. (Greenpoint Loft, 67 West St, BK, 1pm-7pm, FREE)


COMMUNITY: Poly Cocktails: 11th Anniversary Poly Cocktails was started in 2007 to celebrate Valentine’s Day, by three polyamorous activists and friends as a way to create a social outlet for the local poly community in New York City. Eleven years later, Poly Cocktails has grown to become the largest regular social gathering in New York. Come early for pizza and get to know the hosts of Poly Cocktails who you can identify by their creative lighting. There will be cake and birthday singing to celebrate this amazing community. Please view the rules before attending and make sure your guests do as well. Failure to adhere to them can result in ejection from the event: (The Delancey, Roof Deck, 168 Delancey St, 7pm-12am, FREE, 21+)


PARTY: THE SALON: Mardi Gras & Valentine Ball The Big Easy comes to the Big Apple on Fat Tuesday -- the day before Valentines -- for the 6th annual creole carnival with a spectacular lineup of live dixieland, ragtime, n' swing bands, plus burlesque, cajun DJ's and free Mardi Gras beads for every dame & dapper gent. Featuring: Gordon Webster & Friends, The Grand St. Stompers, and Terry Waldo. Plus burlesque by Medianoche & Velvetina Taylor, stage kitten Trinity Starlight, swing dance lesson by Brooklyn Swings, DJ Cochon de Lait, Cajun Dinner Buffet includes a drink & dessert, and an all night open bar (must pre-order) (The Montauk Club, 25 8th Ave, BK, 6pm-11pm, $29 adv/$35 door/$25 dinner/$25 open bar)


BURLESQUE: Filthy Gorgeous Burlesque Valentine's Spectacular! Join Hostess Shelly the Singing Siren Watson and a bevy of burlesque beauties for this Valentines Spectacular. Featuring live music with hard and sexy rock-n-soul singer Storm Marrero, and steamy burlesque performances by Peekaboo Pointe, Akynos and Kôfī, Gigi Bon Bon, The Evil Hate Monkey, Pearls Daily, Porsche Control and Jenny C’est Quoi & Boo Bess. Plus DJ Momotaro on the decks & Rio Darling as Stage Kitten. (Highline Ballroom, 431 W 16th St, 6pm doors/8pm show, $30-$60)

COMMUNITY: Open Love NY's Poly Chai Polyamorous? Exploring an open relationship? Interested in hanging out with like-minded people and making new friends? Come to this sober mixer with your friends, partners, or other loved ones, and say hi. Beverages and snacks will be available for sale, but feel free to bring other snacks to share. This is a sober event, so no alcohol is allowed. Anyone who appears to be intoxicated will be asked to leave the event. Open Love NY’s General Rules of Conduct and Event House Rules: (Bluestockings Bookstore, Café, & Activist Center, 172 Allen St, 7pm-9:30pm, $10 sug donn)

VARIETY: We Want It Darker – A Valentine's Day Spectacular Produced and performed by Cassandra Rosebeetle and Elizabeth Munn, this show is a dreamy portrait of the surreal, also starring Jason Mejias. Through solo and collaborative work, they explore what is in the midst of the darkness. Also appearing: Kat Cunning - singer, Vic Sin - drag performer, Matthew J. Harris - dancer, Cornelius Loy - theremin. (The Slipper Room, 167 Orchard St, 7pm doors/8pm show, $20 adv/$25 door/$30 rsrvd seating, 21+)

PARTICIPATORY: Lovers vs Warriors: Immersive Onesie Wonderland Calling all onesie & cosplay lovers, come out to enjoy a night of love, art, games & music. Experience immersive virtual reality, VR player vs player game, VR karaoke, mixed realty, VR art & more. Dance the night away with DJ Giacomo. Performances by: Soul2Soul Hooping & Queen of Love & Hope. VR Art by Micah. Attire: Onesie & CosPlay. Beer & Water to keep you going and visit Mr. Purple next door for fab cocktails. (Jump Into The Light, 180 Orchard St, 7pm-12am, $30)

COMEDY: Tinder Live! Valentine's Day Special Produced and hosted by comedian Lane Moore (The Onion, HBO's GIRLS, former Cosmopolitan Magazine sex & relationships editor), this show is a totally improvised, anything-can-happen interactive comedy showstopper with helpful and oftentimes ridiculous Tinder tips, tricks, real-time swiping, and messaging (and sometimes even real-time phone calls with Tinder matches). (Littlefield, 635 Sackett St, BK, 8pm doors/8:30pm show, $15, 21+)

MUSIC: Valentine's Day w/ SSION, Ziemba, Caitlin Baucom, & Pauli Cakes This Valentine’s Day performers SSION, Ziemba, Caitlin Baucom, and Pauli Cakes will inhabit the hallowed walls of Monica Mirabile’s Model Home v2 installation. Undoubtedly luscious, this event will include a fragrance by Ziemba created exclusively for the occasion, with attendees encouraged to adorn themselves in hues of pink & red, and will culminate with the first 2018 Brooklyn performance by cult hero SSION. (Secret Project Robot, 1186 Broadway, BK, 8pm, $15)


WORD: A Lawyer, A Poet, and A Philosopher walk into a bar to talk about Love Join for a symposium on that which makes us human. Leo Glickman is a partner in Stoll, Glickman & Bellina, LLP. He has devoted his professional life of over two decades to holding the powerful accountable and obtaining justice for the underserved. Jane LeCroy is a poet, performance artist and educator who fronts the band The Icebergs and was a part of Sister Spit, the famed west coast women’s poetry troupe. Joseph S. Biehl has written on ethics, meta-ethics, and politics. He is the founder and executive director of the Gotham Philosophical Society and Young Philosophers of New York. Admission includes one tapa and drink. (Las Tapas, 808 W 187th St, 8pm-10pm, $15)


ART: Damien Echols’ “High Magick” In his debut solo exhibition with the gallery, artist Damien Echols aims to create a sacred space and to demonstrate that the techniques of ceremonial magick are not relics from a bygone age. In 1994 Echols was wrongfully accused and sentenced to death row for 18 years. Through outside support and documentaries like “Paradise Lost” and “West of Memphis”, he was able to make an appeal and new DNA evidence was submitted to the case resulting in his eventual release. For Echols, Magick was a coping mechanism to distract from mental and physical turmoil during his time in prison. Creating talismans helped him preserve his sanity and focus direct his attention away from pain, humiliation and trauma he was undergoing. (thru 2/17, Last Rites Gallery, 325 W 38th St, Frnt 1, see site for details, FREE)

THEATER: The Cult Play This new dramedy by Topher Cusumano, follows The Soul Scouts, a religious cult run by Mama Pearl, a charismatic mystic. The group believes the divine rapture will be realized with the coming of the Goddess. However, Mama Pearl fears she’s losing control of the struggling group after the defection of a longtime follower. When Mae, a tech-savvy queer punk, begins the process of joining the group, she introduces Mama Pearl to the powers of social media, changing the course of the Soul Scouts’ destiny forever. (thru 2/17, Paradise Factory Theatre, downstairs, 64 East 4th St, see site for details, $25)

ART: Pattern in Landscape
This group show includes artists that explore the concept of landscape outside of conventional ideas and incorporate components of pattern into their composition. These artists often make use of naturally occurring patterns such as spirals, waves, tessellations, cracks, stripes, symmetrical branches and fractals. Featuring the work of Sasha Bezzubov, Thomas Broadbent, Stephen Mallon, Mark Masyga, Ross Racine, Emily Roz, Zoe Wetherall and Julia Whitney Barnes. (thru 2/18, Front Room Gallery, 48 Hester St, see site for details, FREE)

THEATER: [PORTO] by Kate Benson A woman walks into a bar. Her name is Porto. She's a regular. She likes this bar: serious food, serious wine, serious bartender-a staple in a gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood (perhaps Bushwick?). Her friends, her wine, and her artisanal snacks are there; her doubts about being a Modern Woman are put on snooze. A handsome stranger walks in and orders something special. Disruption ensues: an upside-down romantic comedy unfolds inside and outside her head. Desires of all kinds are awakened with a ferocious thump. A nice smile is a nice smile, but can we enjoy the sausage once we know how it's made? (thru 2/25, WP Theater, 2162 Broadway, see site for details, $40-$90)

THEATER: Fusiform Gyrus - A Septet for Two Scientists and Five Horns
In Talking Band’s new music-theater work, big ideas bump up against big sound. Five brassy horns and two eccentric scientists leapfrog from epiphany to epiphany. The show celebrates the resilience of friendship, the power of music to make us feel like anything can happen, and the rigorous tradition of scientific discovery in a world where scientific truth is often challenged. (thru 2/25, Tue-Sat 7pm/Sun 2pm, Here, 145 Sixth Ave, $25-$75)

MAGIC: American Escape Artist starring Thomas Solomon This performance showcases the award-winning and original escapes of Thomas Solomon, recognized by the Academy of Magical Arts as the "World’s Greatest Escape Artist." With two network television specials under his belt, his performances at Coney Island will feature exciting presentations on classical magic and the unique escape artistry that has audiences standing and cheering. (thru 2/29, Fri, Coney Island Theater, 1208 Surf Ave, BK, 8pm, $15)

ART: Solid Light Works - Anthony McCall This exhibition marks the artist’s first institutional exhibition in New York and first time that his vertical installations will be shown alongside their horizontal variants. Requiring over thirty feet of clearance from floor to ceiling, very few New York venues can accommodate these six-colossal works. The epic vertical and horizontal installations will fill Pioneer Works’ monumental main hall, which will be completely blacked out and immersed in haze. (thru 3/11, Wed-Sun, Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer St, BK, 12pm-6pm, FREE)

ART: Gamelatron: Sonic Kinetic Sculptures by Aaron Taylor Kuffner, solo exhibition The exhibition is a dialogue with the emerging field of robotics, sound resonance and it's effect on the psyche. This is Kuffner's most extensive exhibition of Gamelatron artworks to date. Within the gallery's various spaces he is presenting 7 Gamelatrons. The show features over 80 robotized gongs and 6 never seen before artworks. There is seating with benches, rugs, and pillows. Kuffner has transformed the gallery into a urban sanctuary, internationalizing the exhibition as an offering. (thru 4/8, Tue-Sun, Crossing Collective Gallery, 559 W 23rd St, 10am-6pm, FREE)


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