Noche Flamenca: Big Hearts Clatter at The Joyce Theater

Noche Flamenca: Big Hearts Clatter at The Joyce Theater

BY ELIZABETH ZIMMER | Spanish-speaking flamenco fans will find themselves in heaven at The Joyce. The 26-year-old ensemble Noche Flamenca, founded by Madrid-born Soledad Barrio and her husband, New Yorker Martín Santangelo, has settled in through Dec. 1 with dazzling guitarists, percussionists, singers, and a small cadre of dancers. The show is as much a […]

‘Win Stuff’ Will Be Back for The Holidays!

Take a break from your holiday shopping and get something for yourself–something FREE! Our “Win Stuff” reader contest is coming back, strong, for the Holiday Season. Check out the WIN STUFF section of our website the day after Thanksgiving. And thanks for visiting us! 0

This Week in Chelsea: November 18-24, 2019

This Week in Chelsea: November 18-24, 2019

Thursday, November 21: The Chelsea Reform Democratic Club presents a panel discussion: “Homeless: Challenges, Choices, Crises.” | See the below flyer. Thursday, November 21: Midtown South Community Council Meeting | The Midtown South Community Council was established in 1983 to enhance quality of life by addressing the concerns of its residents and local businesses: trash […]

Mom-and-Pops Sprint Toward Endangered Species List, as Dozens of Chelsea Small Businesses Shutter

Mom-and-Pops Sprint Toward Endangered Species List, as Dozens of Chelsea Small Businesses Shutter

BY DONATHAN SALKALN | Chelsea’s retail stores, food stores, and restaurants are at the crossroads. Astronomical rents, changing demographics, online purchasing, the new minimum wage, and even the proliferation of food truck and cart vendors have contributed to closure of many local businesses, while establishments struggling to remain open have no choice but to pass on the new costs to […]

Chelsea Remembers Its Veterans

Chelsea Remembers Its Veterans

BY ALLEN OSTER | On Mon., Nov. 11, at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial on Ninth Ave. (btw. W. 27th & 28th Sts.), Chelsea residents, elected officials, and the NYPD came together to remember our country’s veterans and give special recognition to the members of Chelsea’s St. Columba Parish, who served their country in World […]

Pumpkin Art Becomes Compost

Pumpkin Art Becomes Compost

Where do Halloween pumpkins go when the calendar turns to November? Savvy shutterbug Pamela Wolff provides the answer, as seen on a Chelsea side street.   Chelsea Community News is made possible with the help of our awesome advertisers, and the support of our readers. If you like what you see, please consider taking part […]

This Week in Chelsea: November 11-17, 2019

Sunday, November 17: Eileen Millan’s Art and Craft Show | From 1pm to 4:30pm, this local artist welcomes you to see her new, one-of-a-kind collage and watercolor greeting cards and paintings. Millan’s friend and neighbor, Nina Leto, will also be on hand to display (and her beautiful, unique hand-crafted jewelry. All work is available for purchase. […]

Drag Duo’s Latest Mines All Things 80’s, and So Much More

Drag Duo’s Latest Mines All Things 80’s, and So Much More

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Parachute pants. The premiere of MTV. Cellular phones the size of those shoes you’re walking around with. Totally tubular, gag-me-with-a-spoon, grody to the max, excellent adventures. If it’s the 80’s, RuPaul’s Drag Race (RPDR) alums Mrs. Kasha Davis and Darienne Lake were there—living through it, so that they may bring you […]

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