Tonight in New York City: Find out how to raise a chicken in your city dwelling, learn how to cook delicious Korean dishes at home, or laugh along with Colin Quinn. By Carly Petrone.
City Chicken Institute: Brooklyn
Imani Community Center
Tonight’s your last chance to come by the Imani Community Garden to learn about how to raise a chicken in your city dwelling. Tonight’s workshop is all about preparing your coop for winter. This final workshop is perfect for the owner who is looking for tips on how to get their coop ready for those upcoming cold winter months. Find out more tonight starting at 5 p.m. Workshop is 2 hours and free to attend.
Sustaining a Career and an Artistic Vision
The Film Society of Lincoln Center
Filmmaker in Residence Lisandro Alonso (Jauja) joins a slate of other NYFF52 filmmakers tonight to discuss the challenges of sustaining a career while staying true to an artistic vision. This New York Film Festival event also includes panelists Nick Broomfield (Tales of the Grim Sleeper), Debra Granik (Stray Dog), and Matia Pineiro (The Princess of France) to talk about their opinions on this important topic. Event is free to attend and begins at 7 p.m.
Radio City Music Hall
Listen to London-based band Bastille perform live at Radio City tonight. Their hit single “Pompeii” put their name on the map last year and they’ve shown no sign of stopping. After their debut album, “Bad Blood,” went to number one and became the most downloaded album of 2013, it seemed inevitable that this British foursome would soon hit the road and go on tour. Luckily they have and they’re bringing along Grizfolk to open tonight’s concert starting at 8 p.m. Tickets range from $35-$58.95.
The Comedy Cellar is known for bringing some of the biggest names to the stage. Tonight is no exception as Keith Robinson hosts a lineup that includes Mike Vecchione, Jeff Lamp, Phil Hanley, Greer Barnes, and Colin Quinn. Watch these hilarious guys take the stage at one of the most recognized comedy clubs in the country. Tickets are $14 and includes a two drink minimum.
Korean Home Cooking
Whole Foods Market
Do you love Korean food but aren’t sure how to cook it at home? Stop by the Bowery Culinary Center at Whole Foods Market tonight and let instructor Shin Kim teach you how to use basic ingredients to create some delicious dishes in your own kitchen. Tonight’s menu includes: spicy Korean-style fried chicken, chicken mu (radish pickle condiment served with Korean fried chicken), Hobakjuk (sweet pumpkin soup) and Bae Jjim (steamed pear with ginger and honey). Mouth watering already? Make sure to claim your spot by RSVPing here. Class begins at 6 p.m.