March 15: Women’s History Month Event at Two Moon with Sharon Goldman

March 2, 2013

Turns out that  Bev Grant and Carolann Solebello are doing a monthly series at my fave Park Slope art house and cafe. Two Moon is a cozy art gallery, performance space and coffee house on Fourth Avenue Park Slope.

We heart Fourth Avenue and the efforts of Two Moon’s owners Danielle and Joyce to bring food, beverage and culture to that up and coming Brooklyn thoroughfare.

Sharon Goldman, who used to be part of a sweet duo called Sweet Bitters, will be performing with Bev and Carolann in an evening of swapping songs and sharing stories, and this show will be extra fun because we’re tying it to Women’s History Month. She writes: “We’re an all-female cast, obviously, and we’ll be focusing on tunes with women-oriented and feminist themes (though that’s quite a wide swath of possibility!).”

Sharon promises to sing “Falling Into Place,” the Park Slope song I love.

Also,  Bev has a wonderful exhibit up of her photos from the 1968 Miss America Pageant protest…I can’t wait to see those.

Bev & Carolann Present: Second Fridays @ Two Moon

Friday, March 15, 8 p.m.

Two Moon Art House & Cafe

315 Fourth Avenue

Park Slope, Brooklyn

(718) 499-0460

$10 suggested donation

 

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  1. Ina May Wool on Sat, 2nd Mar 2013 4:34 pm
  2. Thanks for talking about our show! I will also be performing that evening in my duo with Bev Grant, known as WOOL&GRANT. -Ina May Wool