Saturday, June 22, 2019


At SOB's on June 29, Silvana Magda and Katende Band & Viva Brazil Dancers will perform a show with music and dance with the audience being invited to participate in the quadrilha while Silvana Magda's enthusiastic talents will lead the folklorically-driven performances with lots of joy and energy. Musicians will also perform the sanfona and zabumba, Brazilian instruments, driving the public to stand up and dance while appreciating Brazilian drinks and spirits like Caipirinha and Quentao. 
When: June 29, 2019, at 7 p.m.
Location: SOB's, at 204 Varick St. at W. Houston St., New York City, N.Y.
DJ Chocolate/ Mike Hughes
Tickets are $15 adv., $20 door. Age 21+
For reservations, please call 212-243-4940.


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China Heat Energy Exhibiiton

  •  16-18 Aug 2019 
  •  China Import and Export Fair(Canton Fair Complex), GuangzhouChina
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    The China Heat Energy Exhibition (Heat China) represents the premier event of industrial / commercial heating and central heating industry. Since the inception in 2005, Heat China has branched out a series of thematic shows for a better optimization of industry chain, comprising products of biomass boiler, electric heat, water heating, heat pump, solar energy, biomass energy, etc. In 2018, burning system, thermal treatment, dry technology and other segments will be staged with an attempt to build a one-stop trade platform. Heat China nowadays takes the leads in the field of heating. Over a decade it has become a high-caliber and international event for the heating industry..
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June is bustling with awesome summer events for the whole family!

15 Fun Summer Events in NJ

Whitesbog Annual Blueberry Festival in Browns Mills, June 22 and 23

Whitesbog – 36th Annual – Blueberry Festival June 22 & 23 10am-4pm “Preserving the History of the Blueberry from where it began” $5 per Carload More information

Cape May Hops Festival June 22

From CapeMayMac: Help us kick off summer in Cape May with some blues, brews and BBQ! This all-day outdoor family festival will feature local breweries, live music on the outdoor stage, and food vendors serving up some tasty BBQ favorites, plus a crafts and collectibles show and kids activities. This event is FREE to attend. […]

Chatham Food Truck Festival June 22

From Chatham Food Truck Festival: A fun, family-oriented food truck festival benefitting the Cultural Committee of the Chathams. Pre-paid tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children under 12. Children under 5 are FREE! Event day tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Children under 5 are FREE!) Event is […]

27th Annual Baymen’s Seafood & Music Festival in Tuckerton

From Tuckerton Seaport: Experience Jersey’s Freshest at the 27th Annual Baymen’s Seafood & Music Festival at Tuckerton Seaport. On June 22nd & 23th from 11am to 5pm, the Tuckerton Seaport will host its 27th Annual Baymen’s Seafood & Music Festival. Enjoy delicious Jersey fresh clams, crabs, scallops and shrimp from the finest local seafood purveyors. […]

Princeton Pride Parade June 22

From Bayard Rustin Center: Princeton Pride Parade – Princeton’s first!, June 22nd, 11:00 AM Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice (in Princeton) More information 

Annual Fairy Day June 23 in Morristown

From The Frelinghuysen Arboretum: Celebrate the 13th Annual Fairy Day! Welcome these wee folks into the garden by designing and creating a magical, miniature garden home made from all natural materials. Enjoy delicious treats and live music, and create a fairy themed craft to take home. At 3 p.m., join a colorful, musical procession around […]

Paramus Food Truck Festival June 23

From The Festival will be held on June 23, 2019. Savor a variety of delicious food at more than 20 gourmet food trucks. In addition, enjoy live music, kid’s activities, face painting, vendors, and more. There will be a craft beer, sangria and margarita bar. Admission $5. Kids under 10 free. Hours: 11am-7pm More […]

Somerville’s Summer Stage on Division Street Runs Through Sept. 21

From Somerville: Enjoy live music on Division Street all season long! Date(s): Saturdays, Memorial Day to Labor Day Time(s): 6:00 pm-9:00pm Location(s): Division Street More information

Monmouth Park Wine & Chocolate Festival, June 22

Unlimited wine…sweet dessert samples….what more do you need! It’s the sweetest weekend of the summer. Gather your friends and come on out for our Wine & Chocolate Festival!   New Jersey’s finest wineries are back for another weekend of elegant wine tasting as are some of the area’s best chocolatiers and dessert vendors. Plan your weekend […]

Arlene Stein – June 24 Words Bookstore in Maplewood

From SOMAPRIDE: Arlene Stein – June 24, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm “Unbound: Transgender Men and the Remaking of Identity.” Book talk and signing with author Words Bookstore, Maplewood FREE event, open to all More information

Giralda 2019 Music & Arts Festival June 23

From Giralda 2019 Music & Arts Festival: Enjoy a concert by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra on the gracious lawns of Giralda Farms in Madison, NJ. Gates open early (4pm) for picnics and activities, including an art show/sale, the Montclair Art Museum Art Truck and other activities for children. Prizes will be awarded for the […]

‘Spark!’ at The Gallery of Fine Craft May 18 – June 23 in Millville

From Wheaton Arts: What spark ignited these exhibiting artists to create their latest works? Join us in celebrating with the artists as they push their limits while also challenging the viewer to fuel their own creative fire! This invitational exhibit includes works by Carmen Lozar, Kit Paulson, Jo Yarrington, and from featured “ignite! a Wheaton […]

Cabaret – One Moment in Time w/Gregory Omar Osborne, June 22 & 23 in Maplewood

From SOMAPRIDE: Gregory takes us down memory lane with standards and personal stories of being an outsider that many LGBTQ persons can relate to.  Through song, Gregory will inspire and lead us to just ‘live our lives, damn it.’ This is a ticketed event. More information

‘The Bridges of Madison County’ June 20 – 30 at SOPAC

From SOPAC: The Bridges of Madison County THU, JUN 20 – SUN, JUN 30 A chance encounter forever changes the lives of a traveling photographer and an Iowan farm wife. With a soaring score, and based on the best-selling novel, The Bridges of Madison County portrays a passionate and moving love story. More information

Weequahic Park House Music Festival in Newark, June 22

Join us for the 9th Annual Weequahic Park House Music Festival June 22, 2019, as we go back in time to the days of Club Zanzibar, Paradise Garage, Club 88, Cheetah’s Club and party to all the great hits. This event starts “The Essex County Summer Music 2019 Live Free Concert Series.” Confirmed Lineup DJ […]

Brazil Agrochem Show

The expo has become the most professional platform for trading communication for the agrochemical enterprises of China and even across the world to expand the markets of Brazil and South America, as well as the best channel in understanding the latest pesticide registration policies, markets, product information, new products and technologies in Brazil and South America.

All On The Line

Democratic presidential debates and forums are about to get started -- and we need to do everything in our power to ensure the fight for fair districts is a central topic discussed at these events.

Netroots Nation is hosting a presidential forum on July 13 where they'll ask candidates questions submitted by progressive organizations. The deadline to add yours is just over 24 hours away. Can you submit a question about gerrymandering before 5pm ET tomorrow?

Submit a question

As Saumya said below, this is a chance for candidates to show that they know how important this work is -- that they know that securing a fair and accurate 2020 Census and fair redistricting in 2021 are pivotal to fixing our broken democracy.

Let's get the candidates on the record. Submit your question today:

Submit a question


The first Democratic presidential debates are only a week away, hosted by NBC News next Wednesday and Thursday in Miami, Florida.

If you're like me, you're excited to see this (massive) field of candidates have productive conversations about how we'll push forward on a range of progressive issues. But there's one fight that impacts our success on every issue: Gerrymandering.

Our work for an accurate 2020 Census and fair redistricting in 2021 will determine how much progress we can make on securing health care, addressing climate change, reducing gun violence, protecting reproductive rights, and more. It's up to all of us to make sure that candidates know how gerrymandering could stall a progressive agenda if we don't work to end map manipulation now.

NBC News has asked people to send in questions for next week's debates, with a chance they'll use them on-air. Can you submit a question about redistricting today?

Submit a question

Make the question your own, but here's what I want to know from candidates:

"How do you plan to combat gerrymandering and fight for fair districts?"
"How will you ensure a fair process when redistricting begins in 2021?"
"How will you work to make sure we have a fair and accurate 2020 Census?"
This is a unique opportunity for these candidates to demonstrate an understanding of how important the census and fair redistricting are when it comes to fixing our broken democracy. So it's pivotal to get a question on-air, so millions of viewers can learn about this issue and get involved.

Send in a question and make sure NBC News knows you want this covered.

Campaign Director, All On The Line


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