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                (photo courtesy of Madre)

                At the start of 2019, Patch reported that Greenpoint earned a slot on “NYC Neighborhoods to Watch” list, a grouping of areas slated to get a lot more “shiny new things” in the ing year. One of the new editions to the neighborhood will be Madre, a swanky new restaurant offering an international array of flavors just a few blocks from the East River.

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                Drag-Scene Photographer Mike Sullivan Makes Wild, Wearable Sculptures

                The word “ethereal” es up, more than once, in my conversations about Mike Sullivan’s design work and photography. I’m not surprised—it’s an appropriate descriptor. There’s a delicate fleetingness to everything he does, most literally because many of his masks and headpieces are made of natural materials. He gathers armfuls of flowers, feathers, and shrubs, and makes them into halos. Which means parts of his works, or sometimes even whole pieces, have limited lifespans. They literally die. More →

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                Performance Picks: Paraguayan Dance, Baseball edy, and More

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                (photo: Russ Rowland)

                Madame Lynch

                Now through June 15 at New Ohio Theater, 8 pm (select shows at 4 pm and 7 pm): $25 http://newohiotheatre.org/madamelynch.htm

                Theater artists Normandy Sherwood and Craig Flanigin, who together run the pany The Drunkard’s Wife, are always up to something colorful. They specialize in the zany, the musical, the site-specific, the historically-inspired. Their latest creation, Madame Lynch, is sure to be no different. It centers around the self-proclaimed “Empress of Paraguay” Eliza Lynch, a woman who is not in fact from Paraguay but from Ireland. To help tell this tale of imperialism, they’ve enlisted the Paraguayan “folkloric dance group” Ballet Panambí Vera as choreographic collaborators.

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                Art This Week: Photography After Stonewall, IRL Investigation, Jojo Abot

                (image by John Paul Evans, via Soho Photo Gallery / Facebook)

                Photography After Stonewall
                Opening Tuesday, June 4 at Soho Photo Gallery, 6 pm to 8 pm. On view through June 29.

                As I’m sure you’ve heard (and if you haven’t, you might want to broaden the types of media you consume), it’s the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots this year, and it’s Pride month. Events memorating this historic milestone can be found pretty much everywhere you look, including at the Soho Photo Gallery, which will be showing creative photography works from 23 living artists making work about queerness today. The pieces on view include portraits, abstract works, documentations of romance and love, images that have more of an editorial flair, and more.

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                Photos: The Bright Side of a Washed-Out Governors Ball

                Attendees at Governors Ball’s main stage during The 1975’s set on Saturday afternoon (left pic) and moments after being told to evacuate after Nas’s set on Sunday night.

                Legitimately dangerous weather marred the last day of this year’s Governors Ball, overshadowing what was otherwise an awesome event. Friday was gorgeous and the late rain predicted for Saturday never came. Whenever possible, attendees enjoyed the relatively mud-free man-made meadow on Randall’s Island’s western edge. But a mandatory evacuation on Sunday didn’t make anyone happy, and some thought its implementation was downright unsafe. More →