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Kyp Malone, Susan Sarandon and Other Sandernistas Turned Up For ‘Bern NY Bern’

Rain Machine. (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Rain Machine. (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Flash Factory recently made a New York Times list of Manhattan clubs that are keeping it real, but it probably wasn’t the best place for a populist Bernie Sanders rally – anyone who left a $2 tip on a lousy can of Bud ($9) and a Jack and Coke ($17) would’ve immediately blown the $27 they might have otherwise contributed to the Sanders campaign. But hey, everyone who showed up for last night’s “Bern NY Bern” party got free entertainment from bands like Rain Machine and Wild Belle, plus some Instagrammable speeches from Gaby Hoffman and Susan Sarandon.

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Greg Barris and Dennis McKenna Will Drop Some, Er, Knowledge About Psychedelics Tomorrow

311152011_640The Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics conference kicks off Friday at Judson Memorial Church in the Village, but what about Brooklynites who don’t want to take the, er, trip into Manhattan to hear about the role of psychedelics in science, healing, culture and just plain feeling groovy? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, man: tomorrow evening at the B+B Newsroom, East Village comedian Greg Barris interviews scientist and psychedelic journeyman Dennis McKenna.
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Adam Green Wants to Do a Papier-Mâché Remake of ‘Aladdin’ With Macaulay Culkin

Adam Green in front of one of his paintings (Photo: Anna Silman)

Adam Green in front of one of his paintings (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing designer Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing designer Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing by Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Clothing by Andrea Diodati (Photo: Anna Silman)

Jewelry designer Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Jewelry designer Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas holding one of Green's sculptures (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas holding one of Green's sculptures (Photo: Anna Silman)

Andrea Diodati, Adam Green and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Andrea Diodati, Adam Green and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Tennessee Thomas and Meghan Farrell (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

Outside the Deep End Club (Photo: Anna Silman)

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Daniel Pinchbeck films an interview for "Mind Shift" (Photo: Anna Silman)

Adam Green's Cat Sarcophagus (Photo: Anna Silman)

Adam Green's Cat Sarcophagus (Photo: Anna Silman)

Last night, Adam Green of the Moldy Peaches came together with other local artists and designers for the opening night of the Deep End Club, Tennessee Thomas’s new collaborative creative space and cool-kid hangout (and store!) next to a Repeat Performance.
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