BERG'N

Brooklyn Beer Hall & Event Space

REMIXES! A Baby Hip-Hop Concert
Sep
29
10:30 AM10:30

REMIXES! A Baby Hip-Hop Concert

Join me, Lady B, as I perform “the REMIXES!” My debut album AVAILABLE everywhere NOW! All proceeds go to help with the post-production of Lavender Blues TV! Join us for a super fun morning at the best food & beer hall in Brooklyn!”


https://www.hisawyer.com/lavender-blues/schedules/activity-set/93954-remix-concert


We’ve got our date for our next REMIX concert! I’ll see you there!! “the REMIXES” are AVAILABLE to download & stream everywhere! Be sure to add your favorite song to your favorite playlist TODAY so that you & your Bunny can SING ALONG!

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Skip the Small Talk
Sep
15
6:00 PM18:00

Skip the Small Talk

Do you wish you could have more of the kinds of conversations you have late at night where for some reason, you feel safe talking about the things you actually care about?

Bring your friends (or come by yourself-- most people do) and spend your Sunday night at an event where you know everyone else is there for the same reason.

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ThinkOlio: Fighting the Future: Ethics & Algorithms
Sep
11
7:30 PM19:30

ThinkOlio: Fighting the Future: Ethics & Algorithms

Algorithms are quickly replacing human judgment in the criminal justice system and there are a lot of technical and social criticism about their implementation. After looking at these sides, we will zoom out and look at the situation in a philosophical context and discuss the ethics of algorithms.

Teacher: Barry Lam

Barry Lam is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Vassar College, and executive producer and host of Hi-Phi Nation from Slate, a show about philosophy that turns stories into ideas (www.hiphination.org). His academic interests are in epistemology, philosophy of language, and statistical reasoning.

Happy Hour Specials at the bar :)

Tickets HERE

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Skip the Small Talk
Aug
11
6:00 PM18:00

Skip the Small Talk

Do you wish you could have more of the kinds of conversations you have late at night where for some reason, you feel safe talking about the things you actually care about?

Bring your friends (or come by yourself-- most people do) and spend your Wednesday night at an event where you know everyone else is there for the same reason.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/skip-the-small-talk-at-bergn-tickets-66399920951?fbclid=IwAR3tNwqDHNtIEv8jR0lTyifUyACjClV0AoZZhE7I-ySXj4sNacmJ5tb9hfc

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Berg'n Monthly Family Hour
Jul
28
7:00 PM19:00

Berg'n Monthly Family Hour

Join us for the July 2019 installment of the Berg'n Family Hour featuring Ashley Strongarm and emilyrose.

Experience one of the most intimate performance settings i NYC as these artists swap songs and the stories that influenced them.

$8 suggested donation at the door gets you Happy Hour prices all night.

Ashley Strongarm is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and member of the indie folk trio Dear Ears. She began as a featured musician on Vine, where she met and formed the band with musicians Leslie Laine and Whitney Galaher. The group has since released an EP, four music videos and the full length album ‘Doe Eyed’, available now on iTunes and Spotify. They are currently working on their second album, to be released Summer 2019.

Her solo EP ‘For Ghosts’ pulls inspiration from traditional folk, southern rock, and indie surf to create a sound that reflects her southern roots and current journey as a young musician in New York. Written for the ghosts of her past, the album touches on past relationships both tumultuous and all-too-still, as well as her conflicting understandings as a woman raised in the south.

emilyrose hails from Indiana and sings songs that have been known to bring large midwestern men to their knees weeping.

Hosted by Charles Ellsworth

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