1. Support a surgery at The Roast of my Ovaries, a night of comedy to benefit Jenn Welch, a celebration of diminishing fertility, grapefruit-sized masses, heavy flows, hair down there, hormones gone wild, and more. (Monday, Pine Box Rock Shop, pay what you can)
2. Talk politics at Where Do We Go From Here?, an evening of conversation with Congressman Hakeem Jeffries about the future of the Democratic Party and talk to one of the party’s leaders about the issues that matter most to you. (Monday, The Brooklyn Commons, FREE)
3. Experience bingo hall realness at Bikes, Beers & Bingo, hosted by comedians with free popcorn and beer where you can win bike related prizes, and all proceeds benefit LifeCycle Biking. (Tuesday, Bicycle Habitat, $3-10)
4. Be brought to hysterics at Am I Write, Ladies?: Fourth Birthday Bash, an evening of work from women and gender non-conforming artists about changes, discoveries, and growing older, featuring comedy, poetry, burlesque, music, and other performance from a plethora of performers. (Tuesday, The Footlight, $10)
5. Become more informed and watch the Nixon-Cuomo Debate showing in the bar live and with sound, as Governor Andrew Cuomo has agreed to a television debate against challenger Cynthia Nixon, activist, actor, and first-time political candidate. (Wednesday, Syndicated Bar, FREE)
6. No need to be drunk for Drunken Masters Presents: Legend of the Drunken Masters, a celebration of the best and worst action flicks the world has to offer, this month it’s the reboot of the namesake film featuring Jackie Chan’s signature physical comedy. (Wednesday, The Way Station, FREE)
7. Grease your wheels for Myth and Prosthesis III: Robot, Teach Us to Pray, a sound performance by composer and robotics developer Efrain Rozas with his robotic percussive sculpture that recognizes human movements and generates rhythmic patterns in real time. (Thursday, Knockdown Center, $10)
8. Well actually, It’s A Guy Thing is made up of three gals who just don’t get “guy stuff” and invited some of the best comedians around town to receive some insight so that they can finally fit in. (Thursday, Industry City, $10-15)
9. Skate’s up at Flix & Chill: ATL, a screening of the 2006 coming-of-age film, ATL following four friends as they come full circle at their local rollerskating rink, plus catch the museum’s current exhibit, Empire Skate: The Birthplace of Roller Disco. (Friday, City Reliquary, $10)
10. Dance to the hits by Shonen Knife with The U.S. Americans and see the all female rock trio from Japan, the ones who did that “Woo Hoo” song from Kill Bill, and admire their tenacity for rocking for over 35 years. (Friday, Brooklyn Bowl, $15)
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