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Ginny’s Supper Club Presents Lea DeLaria

By Jenn Burka | October 28, 2015



We are excited to announce a new Sunday Brunch series at Ginny’s Supper Club featuring jazz performances from acclaimed actress, comedian, Broadway star and jazz singer Lea DeLaria (@realleadelaria)An American comedian and actress most recently recognized for her role as “Big Boo” Black on the Netflix hit series Orange Is the New Black, DeLaria is also an acclaimed jazz musician. She was the first openly gay comic to appear on a late-night talk show with her 1993 appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show. She has appeared in numerous Broadway shows, a number of films including The First Wives Club and Edge Of Seventeen, and has released two comedy albums and five jazz albums.

During the performances, a Rooster Brunch Buffet will include favorites like Mac n’ Greens; Fried Yardbird with Mashed Potatoes; Chicken & Waffles; Deviled Eggs; Helga’s Meatballs and Migas with Truck Stop Potatoes.

Sunday Brunch with Lea DeLaria at Ginny’s Supper Club

November 8 | December 13 | January 10

12:00PM and 1:30PM

Tickets are $45 per person and can be purchased on Ginny’s website.

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Halloween at Red Rooster and Ginny’s Supper Club

By Jenn Burka | October 19, 2015



Halloween is one of our favorite events over at the Roo and Ginny’s Supper Club, and this year we have events for everyone.

For those with children, join us at “Boo at the Roo,” a fun day of games, prizes, a maze, and of course candy at Red Rooster.

Once the kids are tucked away, the freaks come out to play! At night, we have three fun events, which we hope to see you at. At 7:30pm, we have an extra spooky supper club at Ginny’s. ELEW will be performing live while we show a silent horror film in the background. At 9:30, we will transition Ginny’s into our Freaks Come Out at Night Halloween Party with headliners DJ Evil Dee & Mr. Walt of Da Beatminerz. Both events are $15 and tickets can be bought here. We’ll also be having a costume contest with great prizes.

If you prefer old school hip hop, you can head upstairs to Red Rooster for DJ Kool Herc’s Hip Hop Halloween. Entry is free, and we’ll be there dancing the night away until close.

We hope to see you there!

Boo At the Roo
Red Rooster
October 31st 11am-2pm
Free Admission

Hip Hop Halloween
Red Rooster
October 31st 9:30pm
Free Admission

Halloween Supper Club
Ginny’s Supper Club
October 31st 7:30pm
$15 | Tickets here

Freaks Come Out at Night Halloween Party
Ginny’s Supper Club
October 31st 9:30pm
$15 | Tickets here



Early Spring at Gagosian Gallery

By Mac Malikowski | March 6, 2013


Awesome book exhibition at Gagosian Gallery featuring iconic pop artist Ed Ruscha. The exhibition, which includes over 100 pieces, created by other artists in direct response to Ruscha’s “Twenty-Six Gasoline Stations”, is sure to be beautiful, interactive and varied. Read More


Thelma Golden In Conversation with Glenn Lowry

By Jeannette Park | January 17, 2013

Photo: Courtesy of MOMA

Photo: Courtesy of MoMA


Guests of Rooster know Thelma as our dear friend and our patron of the arts, and we’re so excited for her conversation with MoMA director Glenn D. Lowry on February 7th.

Topics discussed will include their take on how our galleries and institutions capture artistic communities and history, held in conjunction with MoMA PS1’s exhibition Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980, which will be on display through March 11.

If you haven’t gotten a chance to see the exhibit yet, it’s worth checking out to see this examination of a pioneering group of African-American artists whose individual as well as collaborative talent with other artists helped shape a large part of Southern California’s art scene today. As well as viewing at least 140 works by over 30 artists, this exhibit also examines the increasing political, social and economic power of African Americans throughout the U.S.

For more information and tickets, click here.


Renowned Harlem Week Begins This Weekend

By Allana Mortell | July 25, 2012

Photo: Monika Sziladi

Photo: Monika Sziladi

This coming Saturday, July 28th kicks off a month-long celebration of all things Harlem. Since 1974, millions have flocked to 125th street and beyond to commemorate the past, present and future of the historical Harlem neighborhood we call home. What started as “Harlem Day,” turned into Harlem Week and eventually Harlem Month. Now in its 38th year, people of all ages are invited to take part in over 100 different events over the span of four weeks. Whether arts & crafts are your thing or free concerts, food, jazz festivals and even gospel choirs, Harlem Week has it all and we couldn’t be more excited to participate. Read More


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