Tuesday Blend Goes Big, Marky Ramone Signs Your Books

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Here’s a final dose of holiday theater for ya. Henderson’s Theatre in the Valley wraps its run of The Magic Toy Box Dec. 27-28. This production was the first by the theater troupe in their new home, the Playhouse. Let’s hope the New Year brings more shows. TheatreInTheValley.org.


“A multisensory erotic fashion experience” is how Sin City Gallery describes Angel Alcala’s Retinue exhibition. On display Jan. 1-24, the centerpiece is a short film that features elaborate costumes, some of which will reside in the gallery space alongside props. Alcala will give an artist’s talk on Jan. 20—which is good, cuz we’ve got questions. SinCityGallery.com.


Some of the city’s best in music and dance will be honored at the Tuesday Blend Anniversary Awards on Jan. 6. The monthly talent showcase moves from its usual home at Hard Rock Live to bigger digs at Brooklyn Bowl for the occasion. B-Boy crews, DJs and choreographers will all represent while you get to enjoy the performances. WHKLV.com.


Marky Ramone, the former drummer and only surviving member of the Ramones, has penned an autobiography titled Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone. He’ll sign copies of the book—in which he opens up about the band, the music and his alcoholism—at the Barnes & Noble at 2191 N. Rainbow Blvd. at 7 p.m. Jan. 7. And yes, you can take selfies from the signing line. BarnesAndNoble.com.

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