Saturday, September 26, 2009

Old Time Drink Night + Benefit

Sunday, Sept. 27th 6pm-9pm
at Kill Devil Hill
170 Franklin St. Brooklyn NY

Mary Pickford was the first "American Sweetheart" of the silent silver screen.
She was a pioneer in the motion picture industry, one of the founding members of United Artist, and has since been named on of the leading women contributors to the movie industry.
During her time she was considered "the greatest woman who ever lived" by most Americans.

What sparked our interest in Mary Pickford was not only that she has three cocktails named after her, but how much she did to try and make the lives of everyone around her better. She started by nailing tin cans to the walls of movie studios to collect money for down and out actors after WWI. Mary then went on to set up The Motion Picture Relief Fund and The Motion Picture Country House and Hospital.

Mary Pickford was a remarkable woman that we could all learn from.
In her honor we will be making the first cocktail named after her, which was conceived by a legendary Cuban barman Vincenzo Marianella.

Most importantly will also be taking donations (of money) in Tin Cans for our neighborhood arts. No kidding. Its a Benefit.

Sunday is also the closing night of Greenpoint Open Studios
click on the link for the weekend schedules
*If you missed the rest of the weekend don't miss Sunday!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Time Travel at Kill Devil Hill

Time Travel Tips:

Buy bottle of whiskey

Ride in a Biplane

Look for a black hole

Sit at the bar

Visit Kill Devil Hill

Monday, September 14, 2009

In Stock

hand painted lockets by artist Khara Ledonne  $50-
think birds, barns, branches, whales

backpocket books by Marilyn Glinka  $25-$35
hand bound from recycled books, paper, and denim

gold plated bug jewelery by Rene Francis  $50 - $120
earrings, necklaces, and rings
shrinky dink necklaces by artist   Melanie Jelacic $45-
anatomy of a frog, a fish, soaring eagle

silk screened ties by   Cyberoptix Tie Lab  $45-