The Rock and Roll Playhouse and Brooklyn Bowl Present
A Grateful Purim Party with The Terrapin Family Band and Rabbi Dan Ain (of Because Jewish)
We have very limited space in house for strollers. Once full strollers need to be stored outside.
Sunday, March 12th, 2017
Doors: 11:00 am / Show: 11:15 am (event ends at 1:15 pm)Brooklyn Bowl
This event is all ages
Tickets available at the door.
Children under one are free.
11am – Doors
11:15-12:00 - Storytelling with Rabbi Dan and The RRPH Band – Rabbi Dan will host the one of the most creative versions of Purim set to the music of The Grateful Dead.
12:00-12:15 Family Costume Contest
12:15-12:45 Family Concert with The Terrapin Family Band
12:45- 1:00 Mike Greenhaus, Editor-in- Chief of Relix Magazine, hosts a talk about music and spirituality with Terrapin Family Band
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Mike is the vice president and co-founder of Relix Media Group, the parent company of Relix magazine, Relix.com, Jambands.com, the Bonnaroo Beacon newspaper, specialty publications for Mumford & Sons’ and Phish’s festivals, the local event database DoNYC and the Here & There music network.
A former college radio DJ, Mike co-created Relix’s official podcast “Cold Turkey” in 2005—one of the first magazine podcasts, He has spoken on panels at South by Southwest, CMJ, M for Montreal, Asbury Park Film Festival and Tune-In Tel Aviv music conferences, co-curated the collaborative “Brooklyn Is Live” event for Relix’s 40 the anniversary and serves on the Young Patrons Board for City Parks Foundation.
He has written for Spin, Paste, American Songwriter and a variety of other outlets, and penned the introduction to noted music photographer Jay Blakesberg’s book, Jam. Mike currently hosts “The Friday Night Jam” with RabbiDan Ain, a speaking series at New York's LPR focused on the intersection of music, spirituality and religion.
A native New Yorker and Skidmore College graduate, Mike lives in New York City with his Southern- transplant wife, and has proudly seen a concert in all five boroughs (including Staten Island). You can follow him on Twitter at @greenhauseffect and Instagram at @greenhauseffect3
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