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It’s time for Vintage Train Day 2017!!! The FREE 2017 Vintage Train Jazz and Swing Festival will be held on the north end of the 96th St. Q Station Sunday Dec. 3, 11am-6pm. (Yes, the location is new!) Band schedule will be announced a few days in advance. This invite will be continually updated with more information (here and in discussion posts) right up to the date and during the event. Note: This is a totally unofficial event, completely separate from the official New York Transit Museum’s “Subway Swing” party Dec. 9. Tickets on sale 11/29. Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/194469697782158/ WHAT’S HAPPENING? Sunday, Dec. 3, hundreds of jazz musicians, swing dancers, vintage clothing enthusiasts, photographers (plus families, commuters, and subway/railroad buffs) will converge on the 96th St. Q train station for a full day of music, dance, and happiness — totally FREE with your Metrocard swipe. Top-quality established AND up-and-coming jazz bands will perform throughout the day. This volunteer-driven grassroots gathering is one of the absolute highlights of the winter season for a certain subculture of jazz and vintage lifestyle fans — and the general public is welcome! Please RSVP so we have an idea how many guests we should prepare for, thank you! PRESS WELCOME Journalists, bloggers, photogs, documentarians, etc. are absolutely welcome to come and cover the event! We just ask that everyone please share or post your reports/posts/broadcasts here or online with the hashtag #NYCVINTAGETRAIN2017 so we can enjoy them later. Post any query here or on the NYC Vintage Train page. MUSIC SCHEDULE […]

Icons in Ash, Death in Music — Female Voice Festival Concert & Spoken Word Performances West Park Presbyterian Church 165 W. 86th St. (Amsterdam Ave.) Heide Hatry: Icons in Ash, Cremation Portraits, an exhibition at Ubu Gallery, inspired this concert, in which the curators Jane LeCroy and Heide Hatry try to reintegrate life and death: to touch death, work with death, to let it speak in its mundanity, its grandeur, its familiarity and its mystery, its uniqueness and its universality, to redeem it from oblivion, to give it its own life again. Featuring the following artists:   Tammy Faye Starlite Nicole Peyrafitte Katelyn Richards Queen Esther christine Isherwood Danielle Blau Nora Fox Kaila Mullad Victoire Oberkampf: Karoline Rose Stanislavska Milica Paranosic Liana Gabel Hot Glue and the Gun Anastasia Petropoulos Katelyn Richards and more!   For more information, click here.