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What’s Up Peekskill? May Day edition.

Thursday, April 30th

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Hockey!
The Rangers took care of the Penguins in Round 1, now they face the Washington Capitals. (Don’t you think it should be spelled with an “o” since the Capitol building is?)

Rangers vs. Capitals – NHL Playoffs, Round 2, Game 1.
I’m sure on every tv bar in Peekskill – 7:30pm

Elena Bonomo Trio
@ 12 Grapes 8:30pm

The Acquaintances
@ Birdsall House 9:30pm

Salsa Night!
with Hiram Colon & Brisa Tropical
@ The Hudson Room 8pm

Friday, May 1st

Joe Duraes
Gleason’s 9pm

Salsa Night!
with with Annette A. Aguilar and the Stringbean 5Tet
@ The Beanrunner Cafe 8pm

Showtime Dance Band
combines the sound of Motown, Soul, R&B, Funk, Old School Disco, Dance Rock and Jazz.
@ The Hudson Room 10pm

Dylan Doyle Band
@ 12 Grapes 9pm

Jazz Legends
Bucky Pizzarelli – Guitar & Jerry Bruno – Bass
@ Division Street Grill 7:00 & 8:45 PM

Saturday, May 2nd

Rangers vs. Capitals – NHL Playoffs, Round 2, Game 2.
I’m sure on every tv bar in Peekskill  12:30pm

Steven Wright – comedian
@ The Paramount 8pm

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Art Opening and Wine Tasting
Photographer Ocean Morriset’s collection “Peekskill Through My Eyes”
@ Dylan’s Wine Cellar 2-4pm

Glenda Davenport – Vocalist  & Hiroshi Yamazaki – Piano
@ Division Street Grill 7:30pm

Annual Cinco de Mayo Festival (3-10pm)
Prognosis 9:30pm
@ 12 Grapes

Ninth House & “Elvis”
@ Beale Street Barber Shop 7pm

The Rhythmic Jazz Vocals of
Kristina Koller with Jon Thomas on Piano
@ Division Street Grill 7:30pm

Magnets, with Kim Clarke, Rob Scheps-sax,Bryan Carrot-vibraphone, Special guest-drums
@ The Beanrunner Cafe 8pm

Roxy Perry, blues artist
@ Hudson Room 10pm

Sunday, May 3rd

Swing Band Sunday!
with Greg Westhoff’s Westchester Swing Band
@ 12 Grapes 5:30-8pm

R&B Soul & Motown
Tommy Dabbs Singing With His Band
$25.00 2 Course Show Special
@ Division Street Grill 4–7pm

Singer-Songwriters Katie & Nash
@ The Beanrunner Cafe 4-6pm

What’s Up Peekskill? Jazz, Reggae, Punk and More!

Thursday, April 23th

Dan Lavoie
@ Birdsall House@ 9:30 pm

Friday, April 24th

The Flynns
Gleason’s 9 pm

The Levins, and the Lords of Liechtenstein
@ The Beanrunner Cafe 8 pm

Fred Gillen, Jr.
@ The Peekskill Coffee House 7 pm

Adam Falcon
@ 12 Grapes 9pm

Phineas and the Lonely Leaves
@ Birdsall House 10 pm

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The Big Takeover
@ Hudson Room 10 pm

Rangers vs. Penguins – NHL Playoffs, Round 1, Game 5.
— The Rangers are up 3 games to 1. Can we clinch it?
I’m sure on every tv bar in Peekskill  7:00pm

Saturday, April 25th

Least Best Beast, Sad Horse and The Funs
@ Division Street Guitars – 8pm

Glenda Davenport – Vocalist  & Hiroshi Yamazaki – Piano
@ Division Street Grill 7:30 pm

Tom Cobb Trio
@ The Peekskill Coffee House 7 pm

Thunderhead Organ Trio
@ The Beanrunner Cafe 8 pm

Dynomite Di & Destruction
@ Hudson Room 10pm

Sunday, April 26

Sam Levin w/ guests
@ The Peekskill Coffee House 1 pm

Spring Fling
— Crafts, Gifts, Vintage Retail and an Open Mic
@ Beale Street Barber Shop 2-6 pm

AmericaAmerica
@ The Paramount Theater 7 pm

Rangers vs. Penguins – NHL Playoffs, Round 1, Game 6 (if needed).
I’m sure on every tv bar in Peekskill  Time – TBD

Wednesday, April 29

Ladies Night “Unplugged”
with Sara Carbone & Friends Tomas Cataldo and Anne Carpenter
@ 12 Grapes  8pm

Winemaker Wine Dinner @ The Hudson Room — Feb. 10.

At 7 pm this Tuesday, get your wine on!

There’s a wine-maker dinner, pairing 5 California wines from Julie Johnson’s Tres Sabore Winery with courses from Louie Lanza’s Hudson Room. He will be featuring a New Orlean’s style dinner!

For more info and to make reservations: click here for the Hudson Room.

or click here for Dylan’s Wine Cellar.

 

 

Follow the Yellow Brick Road…

… to see the wonderful Wizard of Oz at Peekskill’s Paramount Theatre.

Starts tonight, January 16 and runs through Sunday. Two shows on Saturday. Click here to buy tickets, and get more info.

And for those of you who don’t know, Peekskill does, in fact, have a yellow brick road! For realz!  Controversy surrounds whether it had anything to do with the Wizard of Oz, but the author, Frank Baum, did attend Peekskill Military Academy before writing the Oz stories.