Prince Street

Denny Daniels’ newsletter for the Museum of Interesting Things has the following information to impart: “As I mentioned, save Sept 13th for the Nautical/Prohibition Speakeasy. This week I got this 16mm film on old sailing boats just for that event! Our collection of vintage 16mm films is over 300 and has nearly every subject. From Nasa to Old cartoons to WW2 footage, circus footage and Bouncing Ball singAlong footage. I even got one vintage film on Arctic Ice and a 1940’s German one on how to make shoes. My dad was a big shoe designer.”…

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The following events represent a collaboration between The Museum of Interesting Things, the 19th Century Society, and the Freemasons:

A masonic lecture at 4pm
by The 19th Century Society
Freemasonry in 19th Century New York:
A True Story of Murder and Resurrection.
There is separate ticketing for that
And those tickets will also get you into the speakeasy!
Click here for details and ticketing

More about the Speakeasy:
Secret Speakeasy
Victrola – a – Go Go!!!
The History of Music Players!
Party in Soho

Sun Aug 23th 2015
6 pm – 11pm (all ages)

The Museum of Interesting Things
takes over a Soho loft for a special

Victrola – a – Go Go!!!
You get to DJ also!

16mm short movies & music fest & party!
Drinks, music, food & beautiful visuals!

In the spirit of a true Speakeasy
Anything can change so…
Please check this website before leaving.


We will have nearly all our cool music players
Victrolas, Edison cylinder players, Mikiphone
the famous Mighty Tiny! 8 Track karaoke players
I will demo and dj them all and … so will YOU!
Wait till you see the amazing selection of records!
in aaall formats!

At the Speakeasy we will have some performers and guest speakers, like the director of the Audio History Library & Museum and I may even do a song from Sofia Run music and some other musicians like the Angie Jackson Musical members.. Check the website for more details.
The Loft at Prince Street 177 Prince Street
3rd Floor! $10 to help the museum 🙂
Between Thompson & Sullivan street
in Soho NYC 212 274 8757

Advance Tickets:


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