Mister Chicken II opens at 44-64 21st Street

In September, we reported that permanent signage had appeared for Mister Chicken II at 44-64 21st Street.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that the eatery has opened. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. For more information visit its website.

Google describe the original Mister Chicken in Woodside as an “unfussy take-out joint dispensing fried & rotisserie chicken, plus wraps, burritos & salads.”

44-64 21st Street

A view of 44-64 21st Street


‘City Mailroom’ opens at 44-70 21st Street

In September, we stopped by 44-70 21st Street and saw that a mail facility was about to open.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that the new business is called “City Mailroom” and ships using USPS, DHL and FedEx, and also has copy and printing services.

It is open from Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed on Sundays.

44-70 21st Street

A look at 44-70 21st Street


Halloween Ball with Susanne Bartsch: Cirque de Musée at MoMA PS1

Saturday, October 27, 8:00–11:59 p.m.

MoMA PS1 is once again collaborating with New York nightlife legend Susanne Bartsch for the seventh annual Halloween Ball. Featuring performances, DJs, and the most elaborate and outrageous costumes in the city, Cirque de Musée will be a raucous menagerie of wondrous beasts, fantasy revels, and vaudevillian magic.

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Early Bird General Admission: $20
MoMA / MoMA PS1+ Members: $18
Ticket Package (expedited entry and two complimentary drinks): $55


Black Forum at MoMA PS1 on Sunday, Nov. 4

Black Forum
Sunday, November 4, 3:00–6:00 p.m.

Founded in 1970 by Motown Records’ Berry Gordy, Black Forum served as a platform for political spoken word and music during a time of civil unrest. With contributions from some of the era’s most visible and influential thought leaders, including Amiri Baraka, Elaine Brown, Stokely Carmichael, Langston Hughes, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., eight albums and one single were released under the Black Forum label imprint from 1970 until 1973. This program includes discussions with and performances by contemporaries of Black Forum as well as younger artists working in its legacy, highlighting the enduring relevance of the label’s progressive themes over 40 years later.

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General Admission: $15
MoMA / MoMA PS1+ Members: $13