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Club Hard

133-35 Roosevelt Ave, New York, New York NY (Queens) United States

Club Hard is Queens new club complete with 2 bars and a sound system to rock the hardest of revelers. Hard features today's brightest stars and NYC's most notorious DJ's [more]

John H. Mulroy Cvc Ctr Theaters at Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater

411 Montgomery Street, New York, New York NY United States

John H. Mulroy Cvc Ctr Theaters at Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater Welcome to the Oncenter Complex’s home on the Web.  These are exciting times at our facility as well as in the city of Syracuse, and we would love to see you be part of it! Our dedicated staff of professionals makes this the perfect place to hold your next [more]

N.Y. Society for Ethical Culture-Concert Hall

2 West 64th Street at Central Park West, New York, New York NY United States

212-874-5210

N.Y. Society for Ethical Culture-Concert Hall Ethical Culture is a Humanist and Ethical movement inspired by the ideal that the supreme aim of our lives is to create a more humane society. We stand for separation of church and state. We believe acting morally does not require belief in a god. We place our faith in the demonstrated [more]

Capitale

130 Bowery Street, New York, New York NY (East Village) United States

212-334-5500

Capitale Originally the Bowery Savings Bank, the building was constructed in 1893 and is a national landmark. Now regarded as one of the most luxurious event spaces in all of Manhattan, Capitale is adorned with tall Corinthian columns, a soaring ceiling, and an art glass skylight. Garish opulence haunts this Stanford White-designed Beaux [more]

The Granada Theater

1020 Massachusetts St, New York, New York NY United States

(785) 842-1390

The Granada Theater The Granada Theater was originally built in 1928 as a vaudeville theater in Lawrence, Kansas by the Boller Brothers. It was renovated in 1934 as a movie theater. The first film shown there was Robert Montgomery's 1934 comedy Hide-Out. The theater was renovated again in 1993 and repurposed as a comedy club/concert [more]