After a Year Off, a Homecoming for Halloween at Chelsea Green Park

After a Year Off, a Homecoming for Halloween at Chelsea Green Park

      Halloween Parade & Festival: Saturday, October 30, 11am at Chelsea Green Park (140 W. 20th St. btw. 6th/7th Aves.) After taking last year off because of COVID (bet you haven’t read that phrase before), the freshly minted annual tradition of herding your little monsters into Chelsea’s “we made it happen” micropark will rear […]

This Week in Chelsea: October 25-31, 2021

This Week in Chelsea: October 25-31, 2021

In This Week’s “THIS WEEK IN CHELSEA” In Order of Appearance: The 10th Precinct Community Council Monthly Meeting / Rally Against Demolition / Oct. 30 Event Requires Dogged Preparation / 50% Off Admission at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum / Down to Earth Farmers Market Chelsea / Chelsea Community Church / Hudson Guild Gallery Exhibit / The […]

Through Oct. 31, Early Voting Time Travels You to Nov. 2’s Election Day

Through Oct. 31, Early Voting Time Travels You to Nov. 2’s Election Day

Daily through October 31, Early Voting allows you to have your say in the Nov. 2 General Election by taking care of that important citizenship task at your convenience (well, within available hours, which are daily and pretty long). There’s just one catch, if you can call it that: Your vote must be cast at […]

Local Merchants Shine, in GVCCC’s ‘It’s Time for Chelsea’ Campaign

Local Merchants Shine, in GVCCC’s ‘It’s Time for Chelsea’ Campaign

Chelsea Community News is proud of our content partner, the Greenwich Village – Chelsea Chamber of Commerce (GVCCC), for their tireless dedication to small businesses, old and new alike. As we emerge from the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic era, campaigns like the one you’re about to read about are more important than ever, in […]

After Pandemic’s Dramatic Pause, Theaters Press ‘Play’ Again

Saturday, October 30, 4-7pm | Et Alia Theater Presents This is Me Eating___  | Et Alia Theater director Ana Moioli’s $5,000 NYC Artists Corps Grant from the New York Foundtion for the Arts (NYFA) and the NY Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) allowed for this 45-minute immersive performance exploring the multicultural layers of one’s relations […]

Klea, We Need Ya: Longtime ‘Merman’ Who Won Over Herman Set to Fete Him, in Song

Klea, We Need Ya: Longtime ‘Merman’ Who Won Over Herman Set to Fete Him, in Song

It’s a rare individual who can take the stage, bring the best of herself to songs that have been the calling cards of others for decades, and emerge a favorite daughter of their creator. As actual documented showbiz legend has it, that’s exactly what happened from the moment Broadway lyricist/composer Jerry Herman heard beyond-brassy, rafter-raising […]

The ‘Alt’ Version Wins: Staged Reading of Raucous Comic Andrea Alton’s Short Plays to Benefit E.A.T.

The ‘Alt’ Version Wins: Staged Reading of Raucous Comic Andrea Alton’s Short Plays to Benefit E.A.T.

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | The very funny, much-missed Andrea Alton emerges from her COVID-compelled absence with an event that puts a “donor” feather in her cap, already festooned with plumage for work as a multi-disciplinary writer (plays, sketches, monologues), director, performer, producer, and publicist. We’re kidding, of course—Alton would never cover her exceptionally beautiful hair […]

This Week in Chelsea: October 18-24, 2021

This Week in Chelsea: October 18-24, 2021

In This Week’s “THIS WEEK IN CHELSEA” In Order of Appearance: Fair Warning: Oct. 30 Event Requires Dogged Preparation / Down to Earth Farmers Market Chelsea / Chelsea Community Church / The Fresh Food for Seniors Program  /  New Hudson Guild Gallery Exhibit / Flu Shots from Lenox Health Greenwich Village / 50% Off Admission at […]

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