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))Souldish Featured Event((

===Friday, October 23===

Evolver NYC Presents:  Thought For Food and the Healing Journey

Come to Evolver NYC’s next Spore, “Thought for Food and The Healing
Journey” to experience different perspectives on food and healing as
they relate to health, ethics, and our future.  Participate in “brain
massages,” healing meditations, and engage with a great panel of
speakers. Meet members of alternative food groups who are actively
contributing to positive change within the community, ranging from
healing modalities to raw food to aquaponics systems.

Then you are invited to stay and party until the early morning at
Re: Creation, the official Sound Tribe Sector 9 after-party, presented
by Euphonic Conceptions and MCP!  Featuring: Dr. Fameus, Welder, Sub
Swara, Two Fresh

Eliott Edge will lead an informal, audio-based sound meditation “brain
massage” and Helene Finizio will lead a healing meditation

Helene Finizio, an intuitive life coach, will speak about the science
supporting alternative healing practices as they relate to human
consciousness. Stacey Antine, founder and CEO of Health Barn USA, will
be speaking about the benefits and power of making informed, conscious
food choices. Robert Lighton will tell us about his personal journey
battling his own health issues and how this led to his current writing
project –a book about mercury poisoning and the economy.

The panel and Q&A will be moderated by Liz Blake, a holistic health counselor Reiki master, and co-founder of The Be Hive.

DrFameus, a guru of sound, began natural melody and TBM (Traditional
Beat Medicine) in 2001. While surgery and healing beats have been given
on a more personal level the doctor is looking forward to treating the
masses with his delectable ear candies.  Welder, aka Brendan Angelides
and “Eskmo”, is a San Francisco based musician and live performer who
creates heavily melodic instrumentals hosting considerable atmospheres
and wide sound palettes.  Sub Swara is a live electronic crew that
represents the best in lo-frequency hi-vibration culture.  Built for
both the dance floor and the headspace, Sub Swara melds dubstep,
dancehall, and jungle, to breakbeat, midtempo, and glitch hop, mixing
it all with a global sensibility.  Two Fresh consists of twin brothers
Sherwyn and Kendrick Nicholls and is accompanied live by drummer Colby
Buckler. They have a raw, cutting edge sound that is a combination of
hip-hop and jazz that takes electronic music to a whole new level.

(9PM-Midnight, $10 at door before 11, $15 after)
Rebel; 18+
251 W. 30th St.

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===Friday, October 23===

Creation the Official STS9 After Party at Rebel

Euphonic Conceptions, MCP, and Mr. Bugsly Present Dr. Fameus ( Allen
from the Disco Biscuits) Welder, Sub Swara, Two Fresh and Tucci. 
Tickets can be purchased thru and inside Terminal 5 by the
merch booth. ** This will also be an Evolver Spore Networking Event in
the early evening from 9-11, featuring a sound healing, panel
discussion on transformative nutrition, group meditation, and organic
treats.  Complete Spore Details:

(9p – 5a, $15)
Club Rebel
251 W 30th St.; 18 +

==October 23 – 25==

Passionate and the Path: Working with Emotions

Presented by The Shambhala Meditation Center of New York with Joseph
Mauricio.  Emotions – the waves beneath – are a wealth of stored
information and power; providing the keys to an aware and compassionate
life. Rather than live in fear of this natural energy, we can meet the
beast under the bed, learn to cradle our fear, calm the great inner
strain of embarrassment, and begin to open up to ourselves, our life
and the world. By touching the emotions with loving awareness we
transform neurosis into gateways of understanding.  The Friday night
talk, and the three workshops, will present a series of practices,
meditations and contemplations designed to allow us to begin to wake up
to this great potential.  Public Talk: Passion and The Path.  Friday,
October 23, 7 pm. Workshop 1: Shenpa: Where We’re Stuck.  Saturday,
October 24, 10 am – 1 pm.  Workshop 2: Loving Awareness.  Saturday,
October 24, 2 – 5pm.  Workshop 3: Boundaries Into Bridges.  Sunday,
October 25, 10 am – 1 pm.  Joseph Mauricio, a senior teacher in the
Shambhala Community, is a long time student of the Sakyong, and was
privileged to serve as his chef and attendant for many years. Joseph is
currently the Director of New Programming, and Public Outreach at the
New York Center.  He is the founder of LIFEWORK a self-help counseling
service, and serves as a lifecoach, meditation instructor, performer,
motivational speaker and public speaking

Public Talk October 23 Friday
(7 – 9p, $20)
October 24 Saturday, (10a – 5p)
October 25 Sunday, (10a – 1p)
Shambhala Meditation Center of New York
118 West 22nd Street – 6th fl.; 212.675.6544;

==Friday, October 23, 2009==

Party With The Greens In Queens

Hosted by Reverend Billy Talen for Mayor of NYC.  Join us in a
celebration of the Green Party’s Mayoral candidate, Rev. Billy Talen.
Our candidate supports healthy neighborhood defense, free transit,
community access to healthy, affordable food, Join your neighbors and
the NYC Greens for refreshments and hear the After Shopping Choir and
Rev Billy.  The Green Party of New York City is a local political
party, and part of a global movement. We confront corporate influence
in our elections by linking the election process to the fight for
environmental and social justice.  We will be joined by our Green
candidates for City Council seats: Lynne Serpe, in District 22, Astoria
and Evergreen Chou, District 20, Flushing. Sponsored by the West Queens
Greens, further info: 718-482-0170.

(7:30p – 11:55p)
All Saints Episcopal Church
43-12 46 St.

=====October 23 – 25=====

God’s Nature Field an Art Workshop at CoSM Sanctuary

Friday, October 23rd, 7pm – 10pm
Saturday, October 24th, 10am – 10pm
Sunday, October 25th, 10am – 1pm

Great artists throughout history have immersed themselves in God’s
Nature Field and each shared their unique painterly portrayal. Van Gogh
channeled the rhythms of the cosmos in his brushstrokes. Georgia
O’Keefe revealed the mystery of the Divine Feminine in a flower.
Fredrick Church, a master of the Hudson River School, demonstrated the
majesty and power of the waterfalls and exquisite beauty of our region.
We will draw and paint the splendor of fall colors at CoSM Art
Sanctuary, from a leaf, to a tree, to a forest. This workshop will
examine both Eastern and Western approaches to the contemplation and
representation of elemental regenerative forces. Artists of all
experience levels are welcome. Explore and share your own unique
relationship to God’s greatest creation and the sacredness of Mother
Nature’s womb.  Materials list will be provided upon registration.

Course fee: $300
Wappinger Falls
Limited overnight on-site accommodations available.
Call for more information about housing and travel.

===Saturday, Oct 24===

One Love  commUNITY  Drum Circle

Drum, Dance, Celebrate & Connect from your heart with a
conscious, vibrant community.  Two music rooms to explore-Ecstatic
Drumming Circle & Relaxing Nirvana Chill Out Lounge with mini
massage & reiki sessions available to nourish your body, heart and
soul.  The night will start with an opening ceremony of invoking the
gratitude in our hearts with a shamanic journey lead by NY Shamanic
Circle Facilitator Joey Levine. Following the shamanic journey
JustinJustin Toca will lovingly facilitate the drummers leading the
dancers into ecstatic bliss.  The One Love commUNITY  Circle provides a
safe & sacred place for you to connect, express yourself fully,
& celebrate life in a healthy, positive, and nurturing way.

Presented by The Dancing Path™ & Energy of Breath™
Dancers- $20 adv $30. day of
Drummers- $20 day of, or arrive by 6:30 and it’s $15.
You must register in adv at the meetup site below to get adv rate.

6:30-7p Opening Ceremony 7p-9:30 Live Drumming
Dance Theater Workshop Studio
219 W 19th Street 3rd Floor (bet 7th & 8th Ave)
Register at:

===Saturday, October 24===

Sierra Club Brooklyn Bridge March

This fall, the world will set its response to climate change. In
December, an international conference in Copenhagen will negotiate a
global climate treaty level. Will it be strong enough to bring
greenhouse gases down to safe levels? Or will it be too weak? In the
next few months there will be both worldwide negotiations, and a global
call to action, demanding a strong and enforceable climate treaty.  On
Saturday, October 24th, the international Day of Climate Action,
citizens around the world will hold events calling for a treaty to
limit carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to 350 parts per million – what
scientists tell us is the upper safe limit. We’re already over that
now. Join us, and citizens around the world, to call for bringing CO2
down to safe levels.  March across the Brooklyn Bridge. 
Meet Sierra Club NYC and other New Yorkers at 12 noon at the entrance
ramp of the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge. Bring signs, bells,
whistles. Wear costumes if you’ve got them.  Rally in Times Square. 
After marching across the Brooklyn Bridge, we’ll proceed to a large
rally in Times Square. Details to be confirmed. Please contact
Stephanie Corrado for more information at [email protected]
or 908.309.3986.  Help us spread the word about October 24.  To make
this a successful event, we need your help!.  1. Forward this email.
Invite friends though Facebook. 
2. Email Stephanie for flyers. Print them out and post them widely.  3.
Over the next few weekends, take an hour or two to help our volunteers
hand out flyers to passersby at the Union Square Greenmarket.  4. Join
us on October 24. Contact [email protected] to volunteer or
if you have any questions.


===Saturday, October 24===

Out Of This World

New monthly party debuts saturday at new williamsburg club with the
first official union of two of fine wine and jonathan toubin.  Panache
booking, new york night train, and downtown soulville present “out of
this world”: an early 60s soul dance party w/mr fine wine and mr
jonathan toubin. Plus cameos by josh styles and international guests…
for free.  Fine wine: a tastemaker known worldwide for his wfmu radio
show, compilations, and, above all, his exquisite vinyl collection.
Orderly, responsible, and deliberate, this dj legend practices his art
on the air, in comfortable bars, classy clubs, and other prestigious
institutions. A favorite of soul enthusiasts and collectors.  Jonathan
toubin: a party rocker known worldwide for his late-night high-speed
sets and spectacular approach to dance parties. So messy, reckless, and
candid that he hasn’t yet taken the time to select a dj name, this
newcomer practices his art on the concrete floors of d.i.y. Spaces,
rock venues, dance clubs, and afterhours. A favorite of punks and party
people. What will happen when this odd couple shares a common dj booth?
It may just work – it’s already been well-established that fine wine
also knows how to bring a party and mr. Toubin has some fine jams of
his own. I’m starting to hear the theme song from the tv show, how
’bout you? While new york spends one last night watching live music
during the cmj festival, new york night train, downtown soulville, and
panache booking offer an alternative – the monumental soul dance party
taking place at a brand new venue, 213 n. 8th (between roebling and
driggs) saturday night. Two of the best known soul 45 djs on the
planet, mr fine wine of wfmu’s downtown soulville and mr jonathan
toubin of new york night train, after independently practicing their
black art in new york and all over the road without crossing paths, are
officially paired for the first time for this, the debut of their new
monthly dance party, “out of this world.” this odd couple was initially
brought together behind the booth for the first time in late august at
the memorial for their mutual favorite dancer, carlos alvarez. This
unlikely pairing worked so well that the two decided to collaborate on
a new party in which both focus exclusively on the preferred sounds of
their favorite dancer – the ecstatic rhythm of early 1960s soul. If
you’re thinking the wild and wonderful post-r&b/post-doo wop sound
typified by early 1960s james brown, isley brothers, contours, etc,
you’re on the right track jack. Additionally, tonight they will be
joined for a cameo set by their mutual colleague and friend, another
towering figure in the contemporary international 45 dj landscape, josh
styles of smashed. Blocked! And surprise international guest djs in
town for the wfmu record fair.  213 n. 8th is the recently remodeled
large venue in the conveniently located williamsburg spot that was
formerly supreme trading boasts a huge wooden dancefloor and amazing
sound system. An ideal place to dance, listen, and experience the magic
of this amazing combination of djs playing the raw thrilling sound
that’s so easy to love.

(10:10p, $Free)
N8 (Old Supreme Trade) 213 N. 8th btwn driggs and roebling
Williamsburg, Brklyn

===Saturday, October 24===

Sub Swara +

(Sub Swara dj set at 1-3pm) doors at 1pm, 2:00pm restless people,
2:45pm mndr, 3:30pm the temper trap, 4:15pm jenny Wilson, 5:00pm
chauffeur with mark ronson, theophilis london & sam sparro, 5:45pm
vega, 6:30pm midnight juggernauts, 7:15pm florence and the machine,
8:00pm pill, 8:45pm special guests. with dj sets by sub swara, nick
catchdubs, jubilee and dre skull

(1p – 10p)
All in one room for your enjoyment, 1 – 10pm
Liberty hall at ace hotel
20 w. 29th st.
Must be 21+, admission based on capacity

===Saturday, October 24===

The Global Siddha Yoga Shaktipat Intensive

For 2009 in Honor of Baba Muktananda’s Mahasamadhi.  On Saturday,
October 24th, 2009, the Global Siddha Yoga Shaktipat Intensive, in
honor of Baba Muktananda’s Mahasamadhi, will be held at the Siddha Yoga
Meditation Center in New York.  The title of this year’s Shaktipat
Intensive is Search for the knowledge of the Truth and become
established in the awareness of the Self This Intensive was originally
presented in 2008, the 100th anniversary year of Baba’s birth.  In the
Shaktipat Intensive, participants receive the grace and teachings of
the living Master, Gurumayi Chidvilasananda. Those taking their first
Intensive receive shaktipat diksha, the awakening of a seeker’s inner
spiritual energy.  This Shaktipat Intensive focuses on Baba’s life and
profound spiritual legacy through rare and precious archival footage of
his early years of sadhana.  This Siddha Yoga Shaktipat Intensive is
taught by Swami Ishwarananda.  Registration is now open.  You can
register at the Siddha Yoga meditation center in New York, Tuesday
Nights after Satsang.  [U.S. centers only] You can also register online
for locations in the U.S. by visiting the Siddha Yoga website.  If you
would like more details about registration for the Shaktipat Intensive,
you can call The Siddha Yoga Ashram in Manhattan @ 212 873-8030 and
leave a message or e-mail [email protected],  For more
information about the Shaktipat Intensive and to learn about the
Preparation Satsang, please visit  Tuesdays Doors
open for seva, selfless service, at 5:30PM; Satsang 7-8:30p; Seva

(9:30a – 6p, donation)
Siddha Yoga Meditation Center in New York (SYMCNY)
230 West 29th Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues)

==Sunday, October 25==

The Second Coming The Tribes of Humanity, Doing it for the People

“Reconsider Columbus Day”, a :60 public service announcement
produced by Nu Heightz Cinema and made possible through the exemplary
efforts of our collaborators who donated their time, resources, and
were not afraid to speak the truth. The Grand Gathering of the Tribes. 
The Gathering is an event, a workshop, an experience, a journey, a
celebration, medicine for the masses..Indeed Tribes of Humanity is a
seed, the blueprint, the flint that will spark the Hearts of a People…
The fire & desire to unite what’s right for all our relations, we
call upon all Aboriginal /Indigenous Nations from the 4 winds, it’s
time for the Gathering to begin…  Children of the Sun, thy will be
done, here on Earth, when we come together as one & give birth to
the  Tribes.  To view “Reconsider Columbus Day”, please click this link
to youtube:

(7 to 11p, $15)
Centerpoint Yoga Studios
324 Lafayette St., 7th Flr

==Monday, October 26==

Sweatshop Social, Monday, October 26, 7 to 10 p, Free Admission

Bags for the People and 3rd Ward have partnered up to bring you
“Sweatshop Socials” every last Monday of each month. You bring the fun
and the fabric; we’ll provide the sewing machines, instruction, drinks,
food from Nha Toi and live music curated by Pendu Ors Arts &
Actions. ‘Cause everybody knows plastic is passe.”

RSVP [email protected]

Call for Vendors

Share your goods with hundreds of creative gift-givers at our
classic, marketplace-style craft fair.  The 2009 Handmade Holiday Craft
Fair showcases the wares of local artisans and craft mavens amidst live
performances, winter treats, delicious drinks and free workshops.  Now
in its third year, our craft fair extravaganza has become a
holiday-shopping-must for people who want to have fun while they shop!
Plus, this year acclaimed illustrator Fernanda Cohen designed our free
swag bags.  So start brainstorming marketing materials and products for

Submitting your crafts is easier than ever and can all be done online:

===Thursday, October 29===

Evolver NYC Presents:  A Night of the Occult

Come dressed in your Halloween costume for an adventure into hidden
dimensions.  7.30pm:  Daniel Pinchbeck will talk with Mitch Howoritz,
leading editor and writer of spiritual, metaphysical and esoteric
books.  His latest book “Occult America: The Secret History of How
Mysticism Shaped our Nation” has been lauded by Deepak Chopra and Ken
Burns.  9.30pm: Two filmmakers will screen their occult visions and
shake up your mind.  Jason K Tallon – filmmaker and poet, whose
imagination was cultivated in the same back woods as Lovecraft’s
“Whisper in the Darkness.”  Artist Cosimo Cavallaro, sculptor of
Chocolate Jesus says, “Tallon creates images that fossilize in your
memory and unlocks emotions from one’s own prison…”  Eliott Edge –
began experimental filmmaking aged 10 and was known for his bizarre and
brilliant visions by his classmates and his NYU professors and
colleagues.  Upon leaving NYU after finding the narrative form too
limiting, he showed “Hello Sexy Curse” at Alex Grey’s Entheovideo
Festival, VJ-ed, played improv noise music and co-created the Art Zine,
Upstairs Arcade.  His father was a mortician and he currently lives
next to a cemetery.  His work can be seen at 
10pm til late:  Music and party including Midnight Ouija, Urban tarot
reader and (be)witching artwork.

(7p til late, $10)
Collective Hardware
169 Bowery
Great food and bar. Come in costume.

===Saturday, November 7===

Electrik Soul Sessions

Electrik Soul Sessions: Onionz & Nutritious w/ vj Mamiko
Kushida.  The legendary house music label returns laced with
three-walled visuals and handmade sound.  Help us celebrate the return
of Electrik Soul, the internationally renowned house music label that
made its name fusing techno and house with earthy tribal rhythms, long
before it was fashionable.  At 11pm on Saturday, November 7th, deejays
Onionz and Nutritious kick-off Electrik Soul Sessions by spinning soul
infused grooves – fresh off the presses – served hot through a handmade
sound system provided by MoFo Sounds. Budding visual empress, vj Mamiko
Kushida, will provide the optical solution with fully synchronized
visual displays while infamous dancers Shimmy and Sparkle play muse to
your dance moves.  If you’ve been longing for a party to hit all the
right spots, this is definitely the one.

(11p – 4a, $10) 21+
Monkey Town
58 N. 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY

===Oct. 30 and Nov. 1=====

Ascent of Humanity with Charles Eisenstein

Join us for a talk by author and visionary Charles Eisenstein on the
subject of his prescient book The Ascent of Humanity. This talk
reframes the converging crises of our time as a birth process or
collective initiatory ordeal, through which humanity is emerging into a
new relationship to the planet, and a new individual and collective
identity. The changes happening today are nothing less than a
revolution in human beingness, birthing the more beautiful world our
hearts have always told us is possible. This talk will help transform
your heart-knowing into embodied belief.

Oct. 30 (Fri)
(6:30p – 9p, event fee – you choose)
15th Street Meetinghouse, 15 Rutherford Place, (15th St b/w 2nd & 3rd Ave)

Nov. 1 (Sun)
(7p – 9:30pm, event fee – you choose)
Bluestockings Books
172 Allen St (b/w Stanton & Rivington)

=====Saturday, October 31=====

Deities & Demons Halloween Party

Celebrate CoSM’s first Halloween at the Art Sanctuary upstate in
Wappingers Falls.  This is going to be a magical evening.  More
information to come.

(6p – 11:55p, $30)
CoSM Art Sanctuary
46 Deer Hill Rd
Wappingers Falls, NY; 8453972323

====Nov. 7-8========

Seeding Gift Culture – Two-Day Seminar with Charles Eisenstein

Writer and speaker Charles Eisenstein will lead a two-day seminar on
the overarching theme of the Gift. This gathering is a transmission or
an attunement to a new story of self and world: the self of interbeing,
living in the spirit of the Gift. Cognitively, we will embed the crises
converging upon us today within a vast metahistorical context;
experientially, we will translate the heart’s knowing – that a more
beautiful world is possible – into embodied, living belief. Something
will crystalize within you, and never again will you doubt what you
know or think that maybe it is you, and not the world, that has gone
mad. With the power of word, attention, and presence, we are gathering
to catalyze the next step of the revolution in human beingness. The
time of loneliness on the path, the time of wondering if maybe we are
crazy, the time of feeling alone in our intuitions against a world
hostile to the Gift, is over. This seminar will bring you clarity about
your gifts, new confidence in their power, and an unconquerable
determination to live them. Presented by StorySpiral, Souldish, and The
NY Mythology Group. For the full event description, visit

Nov. 7-8
(9a – 6p, $80)
Sixth Street Community Center
638 East 6th St. (b/w Ave. B & C)
Learn more and register here

===Saturday, November 7===

Electrik Soul Sessions

Electrik Soul Sessions: Onionz & Nutritious w/ vj Mamiko Kushida
The legendary house music label returns laced with three-walled visuals
and handmade sound.  Help us celebrate the return of Electrik Soul, the
internationally renowned house music label that made its name fusing
techno and house with earthy tribal rhythms, long before it was
fashionable.  At 11pm on Saturday, November 7th, deejays Onionz and
Nutritious kick-off Electrik Soul Sessions by spinning soul infused
grooves – fresh off the presses – served hot through a handmade sound
system provided by MoFo Sounds. Budding visual empress, vj Mamiko
Kushida, will provide the optical solution with fully synchronized
visual displays while infamous dancers Shimmy and Sparkle play muse to
your dance moves.  If you’ve been longing for a party to hit all the
right spots, this is definitely the one.

(11p – 4a, $10) 21+
Monkey Town
58 N. 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY

==Saturday, Dec. 12th  and Sunday, Dec. 13th ==

The international Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers Healing Circle

Jivamukti Yoga School is delighted to welcome members of the
International Council of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Join us
for two evenings of Prayer, Healing, and discussions on Prophecy and
Sacred Medicine. “We the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous
Grandmothers, believe that our ancestral ways of prayer, peacemaking
and healing are vitally needed today. We come together to nurture,
educate and train our children. We come together to uphold the practice
of our ceremonies and affirm the right to use our plant medicines free
of legal restriction. We come together to protect the lands where our
peoples live and upon which our cultures depend, to safeguard the
collective heritage of traditional medicines, and to defend the earth
Herself. We believe that the teachings of our ancestors will light our
way through an uncertain future.”  Sponsored by friends of The Center
for Sacred Studies and The Jivamukti Yoga School

When: Saturday Dec 12th
Teachings: Prophecy and Sacred Medicine
Time: 7.30pm
Ticket Price: $35.00

When: Sunday Dec 13th
Teachings: Prayer and Healings -(This session involves hands on healing work from the Grandmothers.)
Time: 7.30pm
Ticket Price: $70.00
(Tickets are $100 if you attend both nights)

For Online registration go to
or call the jivamukti  Front desk at 212-353-0214 ext. 0
Please register soon as tickets are limited as this will be a popular event.

))More upstate news((

Wonder where our beloved Julie (Jivamukti) is these days?  Shakti Yoga Studios

Shakti Welcomes Two New Advanced Teachers at Shakti Yoga Woodstock
Studio : Julie Kirkpatrick & Mark Kinder.  About Julie Kirkpatrick
We are actually welcoming Julie back upon her return to Woodstock.
Julie taught at all Shakti Studios 2 years ago. Julie began studying
yoga in 1986, in a NYC basement on Ave. B, in the heart of the East
Village. She went on to complete the Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training
program in May 2003, and became an Advanced Certified Jivamukti Teacher
in 2005. Since then she has served as a mentor to other teachers and
has continued studying, practicing, and learning about yoga from many
sources, including her teacher’s teachers, Sri Brahmananda Saraswati,
Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Sri Swami Nirmalananda, as well by the study of
Sanskrit inspired by Manorma De’Alvia, the human body as taught by
Kriota Wilberg, and the journey of life as inspired by her children,
Jules and Alex. According to the Jivamukti method, Julie incorporate s
meditation, devotion to a higher source, yoga scriptures, inspirational
music, and asana practice that leads the practitioner into a deepening
of the experience of a spiritual/yoga journey.

Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30 PM Level II Woodstock Studio
1685 Sawkill Road, Woodstock, New York 12401 845.679.0706

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