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Two Nouvellas appearances, three craft fairs, four NYC holiday events...

Might Fine & The Nouvellas - tonight @ Zebulon
The Nouvellas

NOUVELLAS
MIGHTY FINE
DJ MR. MIKEY

Saturday, December 6th
Doors at 9PM. Free show.

Zebulon
258 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, U.S.A.

Knitting Factory
The {NewNew} York Etsy Street team -- a group of sellers from Etsy.com, the online marketplace for handmade goods -- is heading to TriBeCa/SoHo to set up shop in the Knitting Factory. The craft fair will take place from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

A spunky newcomer to the indie shopping scene, the Holiday Handmade Cavalcade is a one day event showcasing more than 30 locally grown purveyors of handcrafted soaps, housewares, ceramics, paper goods, jewelry, accessories, clothing, and original artwork for the shopper looking to support local craft in addition to filling up their holiday stockings.

Don't miss this one-day event! Join the {NewNew} at the Handmade Cavalcade fair for indie crafts and loads of fun! For more information or to RSVP for savings, please contact us at handmadecavalcade @ gmail.com (subject: coupons)!

3rd Ward Craft Fair 3rd Ward
In the free column, Gimme coffee will keep us all caffeinated, live music from Sigmund Droid & VJ Clay Franklin will provide a soundtrack for the event and the Third Ward will offer workshops in textile design, electronics and collage. And come say hi to us at the BB merch table (we'll have baked goods for sale, too) and get your free BB temporary tattoo. Oh, and free totes filled with treats to the first 300 shoppers through the door.

The stats:
Sunday, December 7
Noon to 7pm
At 3rd Ward, 195 Morgan Avenue, Bushwick (directions)
Just over 50 vendors including artists, photographers, knifemakers, chocolatiers, knitters and sewers, jewelers, a butcher, some bakers and maybe even a candlestick maker.

BUST
BUST Magazine's Holiday Craftacular is set for Sunday, December 14, and it's going to be our BIGGEST ONE EVER!

BUST Magazine will be hand-picking over 200 of the most unique and talented crafters from across the country to stuff your holiday stockings with the very best in indie-designed and handmade wares! Take care of your entire shopping list while browsing thousands of ware that will include knitwears, jewelry, beauty products, ornaments, vamped up vintage clothing, silk-screened apparel, gourmet sweets, handbags, chic and original iPod cases, funky home d├ęcor, books, sassy soaps (for the naughty and the nice!), cards, the best gear for babies and more. Then take a break from shopping as the BUST DJs jingle your bells on the Craftacular dance floor.

Independently owned and operated, BUST Magazine has been a leader in the crafting movement since 1993. Now in its 15th year, BUST continues to support and influence the handmade revolution though constant editorial coverage, sponsorships, and events such as the Holiday Craftacular. Always on the cutting-edge, BUST is a revered and trusted authority in the DIY and crafting community.

The Metropolitan is located at 125 West Eighteenth Street in NYC. BUST Magazine's Holiday Craftacular will take place 10:00 AM - 7:30PM on December 14th. Your entry ticket also gives you a shot at winning a BUST-load of booty in the Craftacular Raffle! DJ set by The Nouvellas

*Please note, the address and date printed in our Dec/Jan issue is incorrect! We lost the original space we were planning on and had to change the date and venue to the Metropolitan, this change happened after our issue went to press.

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Comments (6)

Wolf's Blood!

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 3:26 PM

i'd pumpkin that.

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 3:36 PM

What happened to all the ugly chick singers?
Just sayin'

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 4:11 PM

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Posted by sloweducation | December 4, 2008 4:16 PM

ask WILL BERMAN?

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 4:16 PM


More cowbell!

Posted by Anonymous | December 4, 2008 4:52 PM

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