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Which movie do you want to watch after March Book discussion?

March Movie Vote!

Mar 9, 2012 7 so far

Which book would you like to read for the September Book Discussion?

Book Poll for September Book

Aug 20, 2010 49 so far

What date would be better for a trip to the HP Lovecraft Exhibit Trip?

Love Craft: Art Inspired by Monsters, Madness and Mythos Observatory 543 Union St (between Bond and Nevins Sts.) Gowanus, Brooklyn Subway: N, R to Union St; F, G to Carroll St | Directions Prices Tickets: $5 Description Author Howard Phillips Lovecraft, who believed reasoning was an act of insanity, argued that the universe is fundamentally incomprehensible. In this new exhibit, curator Dylan Thuras, cofounder of Atlas Obscura, has invited artists—like Esao Andrews, Aeron Alfrey and Johnny Ryan—to contribute work inspired by Lovecraft’s science-fiction novels, written between 1917 and 1935, which are riddled with mythic creations like the Necronomicon. When Thu–Fri 3pm–6pm , Sat–Sun noon–6pm , Jul 15 3pm–6pm Ongoing through Jul 23. Read more:

Jul 6, 2010 4 so far

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