The States are full of enticing fare, amazing hotels, exquisite events, and unforgettable beverages. This page is devoted to New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami, Austin, St. Louis, DC, Philadelphia, and every other incredible US city that is abundant in “things you cannot miss”.
If there is something happening that you think I should mention, please email me at email@example.com and I will check it out! If you go to any of these events listed, be sure to let them know you heard about it at “A Taste of Dawn”.
New Orleans, Lousiana
Opening Reception: Generation LA
The latest offering from the New Orleans Photo Alliance will feature work from Louisiana photography Master’s students, showcasing the talents of some fantastic young, emerging talent right here in Louisiana.
1111 St. Mary St.
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York, NY
Every Tuesday, Open Mic Night
One and One
76 East 1st Street
Downstairs Nexus Lounge
New York, NY 10009
Presented by Michael Geffner’s, The Inspired Word
The Inspired Word is not just a little Poetry Jam. It is a forum for poets, songwriters, musicians, and artists to come and express their thoughts and reveal their soul without restriction. Founder, Michael Geffner, started with a simple vision to create a place that always invoked the freedom of expression. Instead of a simple vision, what he has done is create a haven for voices everywhere. If you’re in the New York area, don’t miss it. For Calendar Info, visit NYC Open Mic.
Tuesday Night NYC: Open Mic Joint w/Host Nathan P – Poetry, Comedy, Music!
Weekly Event – Every Tuesday: 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (ET)
New York, NY: HBO Def Poet Brian Dykstra Headlines + Specials Guests + Open Mic
76 East 1st Street (corner of 1st Avenue)
Phone: (917) 703-1512Thursday, July 28 · 6:30pm – 10:00pm
Doors Open for open mic sign-up @ 6:30pm
Showtime @ 7:30pm
Cover Charge: $10
NO AGE LIMIT.
“The Inspired Word isn’t just a series, it’s a movement.”
There will also be a 12-slot open mic open to all types of artists.
Hosted by 3-time HBO Def Poetry star Gemineye.
Brian Dykstra is a poet, playwright, and actor. He is probably the only person (other than Mos Def) to have appeared on an episode of Chappelle’s Show and HBO Def Poetry in the same season. Currently he’s writing a Hip Hop play that is actually written using the language of Hip Hop about how easy it is to sell out, even when the topic is race. He’s about to run off and play the artist Mark Rothko in the play “Red” for three months in Cincinnati and St. Louis. He is a two time star poet of the Spoken Word Almanac Project. He lives in New York City with his amazing wife. For more info, please visit http://www.briandykstra.net/.
Jesús Ángel García is a writer, musician and filmmaker based in San Francisco: http://www.badbadbad.net/.
Talia Randall is a spoken word artist who writes about, cigarette buts, chicken bones, pigeons, estate agents, old school trainers, old school days, strangers on trains, drunken encounters, her dad’s record collection and bus journeys: http://rubixcollective.blogspot.com/, http://roundhouse.org.uk/, http://timeplacestory.tumblr.com/ http://www.taliarandall.com/.
Cirque de la Symphonie
The magic of Cirque comes to the Symphony! Marvel in amazement at high flying aerialists, daredevil cyclists and more acrobatic feats of wonder set to classical masterpieces and contemporary hits.