to Sep 30

JP Flea

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Saturday 9/29, 12-5pm
Sunday 9/30, 12-5pm

OUTDOOR ONLY (Classes will be going on inside the school)

The JP FLEA is back and better than ever at a new location! We're honored to be hosted by Boston's historic and inspiring Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts (, who has been serving this community for over 300 years!

As always the JP Flea features 75+ local and Latin American artists, vintage and antique dealers, small businesses and various artisans from the area. This time we'll be featuring some of the best locally owned repair services in the Jamaica Plain area via our side project Mendi's Boston ( Mendi’s is all about helping people invest in what they have, while getting tuned into their locally owned resources.

art + zines + local repair services + gifts + handmade knits + records + vintage clothing + handprinted cards + jewelry + herbal wellness + teas + books + pottery + succulents + prints + t shirts + candles + home decor + crystals + antiques + tarot card readings + more!


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Space is $20-80

Parking in JP is FREE! Get there early to find a spot. The Eliot School is located right between Jamaica Pond and the JP Monument (on Centre Street & South St). There are 2 entrances to the Eliot School yard on Eliot St and also on Holbrook St.

SEEK + FIND BOSTON is a community event organizer and soon-to-be free zine series guiding you to all that is free and affordable in Boston, MA.

THE ELIOT SCHOOL cultivates welcoming environments where people convene across a continuum of age, economic means and backgrounds to build skills, craftsmanship and community. Its offerings satisfy the human desires to create, engage in self-expression and learn by doing, and its vision builds upon the school's historic role in shaping education in fine and applied arts.

MENDI'S BOSTON offers alternatives to the 'throw-away' industry by featuring local repair services, designers, artisans and dealers of built-to-last, quality goods through our events and publications.

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11:00 AM11:00


The Ladies of Comicazi, who represent an inclusive community devoted to consuming, critiquing, and creating comics and pop culture, are teaming up with their homebase, Comicazi, to bring the third annual LadiesCon to the Armory on September 22, 2018.

The free one-day show will present writers, artists, creators and artisans specializing in comics, fantasy, and science fiction, with a particular emphasis on creators who identify as women, LGBTQ, non-binary, and people of color, as well as local artists.

Meet creators, buy books and crafts, and see panels on a variety of topics, including cosplay and fanfiction!

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8:00 PM20:00

Mount Olympus with Viscous & Tingle! (A Burlesque/Variety Show)

We invite you to Mount Olympus with Viscous & Tingle! Join us for an epic display of mythological shenanigans, heroism, vengeance, beauty, strength, and at least one sheep, as we pay tribute to the deities, demigods, heroes, mortals, and monsters of Greek mythology. Enjoy an evening of burlesque, live music, circus arts, and more, and be swept away in our Dionysian revels.

Live music by Johnny Blazes & Luminati and The Fourth Wall, an opening we will not describe by Thista Minai, a short film by Beren Jones, and burlesque, circus, and more performances by:

Dahlia Strack as Iris and Echo
Danny Drake as Apollo
Darkn Stór My as Achilles
Devilicia as Hephaestus
Fem Bones as Hades
Fonda Feeling as Artemis
Isobel Valo as Thetis
Jāne Doe as Ares
Kimmy Moore as Persephone
Lucifer Christmas as Pasiphae
Lucky Charming as Icarus
Maggie McMuffin as Hera
Mary Widow as Dionysus
Michael Geary as Narcissus
T the Amazing as Hermes
Viktor Devonne as Poseidon

Hosted by Lucky Charming and Shira Lipkin, featuring delicious specialty cocktails (and a mocktail), doors at 7:30, show at 8pm, two intermissions! Poster art by Kristilyn of Zombie Romance!

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to Aug 12

Essex St. Fair

  • Essex Street Salem, MA, 01970 United States (map)
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Come visit the Essex Street Fair during Salem Heritage Days to see over 40 vendors, listen to some live music, and enjoy historic Salem. Vendor sales include jewelry, handmade crafts, art, food, and much more! The Essex Street Fair will be held along the Essex Street Pedestrian Mall and you can shop on Saturday & Sunday, August 11 & 12, from 10am-6pm. This event brings thousands of visitors, so you do not want to miss out!

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to Jun 17

Scare-A-Con NE

  • Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center (map)
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THE HORROR FAN’S PARTY OF THE YEAR! Stay tuned for more information

Quick schedule:

Friday, June 15 – vendor setup & early bird social gathering

Saturday, June 16 – show opens

Sunday, June 17 – show continues

Monday, June 18 – everyone is sad and goes home…

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12:00 PM12:00

Black Market

The Boston Hassle and Ignore Rock'n'Roll Heroes present their joint effort, a bi-monthly one-day flea market featuring handmade artwork, prints, patches, records, tees, pins, ceramics, jewelry, zines, body care, tea, fiber art, vintage clothing, accessories, books, as well as tarot readings, haircuts, live drawings, and more!

PLUS: Coffee and tea from 1369 Coffee House on sale!
DOUBLE PLUS: A raffle for items donated by vendors, with drawings all day! Only $1 a ticket!

noon-6pm All Ages $1 Entry

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11:00 AM11:00

Central Flea

  • 91 Sidney Street Cambridge, MA, 02139 United States (map)
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Every Sunday, May through October 11am-5pm
New location - University Park, 91 Sidney Street, Central Square, Cambridge MA

The Central Flea is a ode to our roots; a Cambridge-Style flea welcoming all styles of goods from Boston Art and Vintage to Afro-centric  and Salvage, Food Trucks to Fair Trade.  All are welcome to join us in celebrating Urban Diversity in the cultural epicenter of Cambridge, Central Square! Don't miss the Opening Day at the Central Flea on Sunday, May 6th!

Click HERE to RSVP on Facebook for event updates

Central Square is a Cultural District, a designation that ties our diverse communities together through our unique proliferation of public art, entertainment, education, food and street culture. Central Square is the originator and host of exciting cultural events – occurring nightly and seasonally. Special events in C2 include the Central Elements and the Cambridge Science Festival, The World’s Fair, The Taste of Cambridge, A Festival of Dumplings, Pop-up Mini Golf, Lunch in the Park, Farmer’s Markets, A Superhero 5k, and the City Wide Dance Party, drawing annual audiences to the square in excess of 1,000,000 happy event-going people.

Central Square is constantly evolving while staying true to its core identity as an authentic, unique and eclectic place to live, work and play. The Square is part of the MIT and Cambridge College campuses and has long been a destination for students, faculty, visiting scholars, artists, and creative business owners due to our rich and varied cultural activities.

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11:00 AM11:00

Rose Kennedy Greenway Open Market

The Greenway Open Market is a vibrant open-air artisan market featuring talented area artists, crafters, and independent designers. Visitors will find exceptional art, locally produced products, and much more! Explore the parks, stroll tree-lined promenades, take in the city sights, soak up the sunshine, play in the Rings Fountain, grab a bite to eat at a food truck, and shop local at the Greenway Open Market! It’s truly an original Boston experience! 

The Greenway Open Market takes place in the Wharf District Parks Saturdays and every-other Sunday throughout the summer and early fall. Dates and location can be found on The Greenway's events calendar.

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6:30 PM18:30

ONCE More With Feeling: A Buffy Singalong

ONCE Somerville and Holy Crow presents

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Once More with Feeling"

FREE Sing-Along

6pm doors

6:30pm Special guest episode Dopplegangland

7:30pm Once more, with Feeling

Plus trivia with Meff

Vending from Holy Crow

Bar Lounge Info:


Lounge opens upstairs at 6pm for drinks and hanging out!

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12:00 PM12:00
4:00 PM16:00

Boston Roller Derby

The Boston All Stars take on the Tri-State area in their first at-home games of the season. Boston! Boston! Pinch, pinch, pinch! All tickets include admission to both games & the after party. Advance ticket sales will end at midnight the night before the game. VIP seats are trackside; General Admission seats are in the bleachers. Questions? e-mail:

Adults: $12 in advance, $16 at the door
Children 6-17: $6
Children 6 & under: Free
VIP Tickets: $18 in advance, $24 at the door

4:00 PM Doors open
5:00 PM Boston B Party vs Gotham Girls Grand Central Terminators
7:00 PM Boston Massacre vs Garden State Ironbound Maidens

Simoni Ice Arena
155 Gore St, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141

There will be vendors and food trucks at the event, to be announced soon!


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3:00 PM15:00

Trans Pop-Up

  • 55 Bethune Street New York, NY, 10014 United States (map)
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Trans Pop-Up is a one-time fair featuring an all trans/non-binary team of vendors, a clothing swap*, an interactive display of trans-related objects, trans/nb volunteers excited to answer anyone's questions about transness, and a bake sale and raffle benefitting Trans Lifeline.

Our vendors include Slutty Ghost Vintage, NaturaMorte, Fluide, Dylan Mars Greenberg, Witchpunk Collective, and many more, including tarot readers and palm readers.

ALL folks welcome! cis/trans/nb/gnc/any/ALL

Join us at the Westbeth Community Room at any time between 3:00pm-7:00pm on Saturday, June 2. 
(55 Bethune Street, corner of Washington Street).
(You can also enter through the courtyard at 155 Bank St.)

The Westbeth Community Room is wheelchair accessible and has one single stall, all gender restroom.

*We ask everyone who can to bring clothes, but only TGNC people to take them. You don't have to bring clothes to take some!

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7:30 PM19:30

Tarot Society Monthly Social at The Living Gallery

Welcome to our brand new/old Monthly Reading Social! Everything old is new again as we bring back the original Tarot Society monthly social to The Living Gallery, Bushwick!

Join us for readings from 7:30 to 9:30 with Tarot Society founder, Darcey Leonard visiting from our new Los Angeles location, Holy Crow (Éowyn Evans) from Salem, reading Tarot and Palmistry and Calley Nelson from Brooklyn reading Tarot. More readers TBA.

9:30 to 10:30 Musical sets from SONGS FOR THE SPIRITS, Darcey's musical incarnation, goth soul, inspirational tape loops, sitar and heart cries from JARVIS JUN EARNSHAW and sonic picture painting that will bend our ears from COLD BLINDS.

AT The Living Gallery, Bushwick
1094 Broadway
NO COVER, donations appreciated.
Readings range from $20-$90 generally, 15 min for $30, 30 min for $60 and 45 min for $90 - readers negotiate own rates.

7:30-9:30 Readings

Living between the worlds of reality and the esoteric Darcey Leonard will be on hand to see into all of your tomorrows through the ancient arts of Tarot and Palmistry. She is known as the founder of Tarot Society, a studio for divination services and esoteric study, founded in 2013 in Brooklyn, NY. Tarot Society has been at the vanguard of the current occult revival and has recently expanded to include a Los Angeles studio at The London House, a historic landmark. Darcey has studied comparative occultism for 16 years. Her intuitive and accurate readings nail the personality of the querent and point out how to grasp and take hold of the future. Allow her to take your hand and guide you with wisdom.

Holy Crow has been reading palms, cards, and developing her abilities since childhood. Holy Crow has read for private events, as well as a number of festivals and productions such as The Poetry Brothel NYC, The Electric Forest Festival, New York City Poetry Festival, Cafe 939 with Walter Sickert and the Army of Broken Toys, Out of the Box Festival under the 1920s Spiegeltent, sideshow as part of the Liars and Believers production Icarus, a multi-media performance with Bent Knee at Oberon, part of Harvard's A.R.T, Tarot Society, Alchemist Kitchen, and more. A unique post-modern take on ancient and venerated prognostication forms, Holy Crow utilizes a seamless blend of styles to ensure each client has a meaningful and nurturing experience.

Calley Nelson (Extraordinary Tarot) has been studying and practicing tarot for over ten years. She specializes in private parties and public events where she works to create empathetic and inclusive communities. Rather than focusing on destiny, she helps her clients analyze what can be done in the present in order to stay healthy, intuitive and empowered in the future. She's been a featured reader at Pitchfork Music Festival and Renegade Craft Fairs across the country.

9:30-10:30 Live Music

Jarvis Jun Earnshaw shamanic sitar and tape loops channeled from the center of the earth, shouting at the sky

Songs for the Spirits is inspirational music for the dead and the living, goth soul

Cold Blinds blank city blues

If we're still kicking after this we'll roll over to Tarot Society at 5 Charles Place.

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9:00 AM09:00

NYC Witchy Pagan POP UP Shoppes

Come join us at the NYC WITCHY PAGAN POP UP SHOPPES!! We are now a MONTHLY ST. FAIRE - we have joined one of the oldest and most prominent Markets in NYC.

9:00 AM to 5 PM


(West 39th Street, Btwn 9th & 10th Ave)


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to Dec 17

JP Holiday Flea

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SEEK + FIND Boston presents its 3rd annual... 


SAT 1-6pm
SUN 11am-5pm

@Spontaneous Celebration
45 Danforth St
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Stony Brook T Stop - Orange Line

2 Floors
60+ Vendors

Our annual holiday market is back with a bevy of local artists, small businesses and independent merchants covering all your bases this holiday season.

gifts • succulents • records • live tailoring & alterations • pottery • art • zines • vintage clothing + accessories • rare & used books • teas • candles • cards • terrariums • wreaths • wrapping paper • aromatherapy • handmade soaps • organic dog treats • prints • patches • divination tools • housewares • planters • bodycare • cat toys • jewelry • fiber art • crafts & more!

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7:30 PM19:30

Buttcracker VIII

Wednesday December 13
Doors 7:30
Show 8:00

*Drag *Burlesque *Music *Games *Butt puns *Shitshow

The Annual Anal Asstacular is BACK with a star-studded line up for your pleasure! Hasn't 2017 been a rough ride? Shit happens. It's time to let loose. Get your glutes in gear and come celebrate another fun and filthy Assmas with us!


Femme Brulée
Sara Kaufman
Lianne Ratzersdorfer
Benji Bombay
JP Delgado Galdamez
Anita Dick

& all the way from NEW YORK CITY...
Sweet Lorraine
Essence Revealed

Madge of Honor
Johnny Blazes

+ GO GOs, CAROLERs, vending by Holy Crow and live drawing by Zombie Romance

+ bring dollars for tipping AND for the raffle to benefit the Massachusetts Bail Fund

♥ thank you for supporting local (f)arts ♥

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8:00 PM20:00

The Poetry Brothel: The Holiday Party

Welcome to a unique and immersive poetry event that takes poetry outside classrooms and lecture halls and places it in the lush interiors of a bordello. The Madame presents a rotating cast of poets, each operating within a carefully crafted character, who impart their work in public readings, spontaneous eruptions of poetry, and most distinctly, as purveyors of private poetry readings on beds, chaise lounges and in private rooms. For a small fee, all of the poets are available for these sequestered readings at any time during the event. Of course, any true bordello need a good cover; ours is an immersive cabaret featuring burlesque, live music, vaudeville, aerials, visual art, magic, mysticism, with newly integrated themes, performances and installations at each event.

This Holiday season The Poetry Brothel is bringing back its Old Timey Office Holiday Party! That's right, we're gonna throw the photocopier up on the stage, and if you don't get your ass up there and sing a carol young man... This event will feature house band the Hot Club of Flatbush, aerialists The Lost Boys, burlesque dancers Cassandra Rosebeetle, Mademoiselle Estelle, & Puss N Boots, performance artist Jessy Smith, sketchy sketch artist Too Loose, palm reader & jewelry maker Holy Crow, a slew of poetry whores, and, as always, your hosts The Madame, Mister Charley, and Tennessee Pink

Doors open at 8pm; show starts at 9pm. Themed costumes and/or formalwear are encouraged but not required. This event is 21+.

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12:00 PM12:00

Black Market hosted by Boston Hassle & Ignore Rock'n'Roll Heroes

The Boston Hassle and Ignore Rock'n'Roll Heroes present their joint effort, a bi-monthly one-day flea market featuring handmade artwork, prints, patches, records, tees, pins, ceramics, jewelry, zines, body care, tea, macrame; vintage clothing, accessories, books, as well as tarot readings, haircuts, live drawings, and more!

PLUS: Coffee and tea from 1369 coffee house on sale!
DOUBLE PLUS: A raffle for items donated by vendors, with drawings all day! Only $1 a ticket!
TRIPLE PLUS: Gift wrap with recycled copies of the Compass by Hassle volunteers! Free! (Donations gladly accepted)

noon-6pm All Ages $1 Entry

Affordable Vinyl
Aimee Belanger & Dottie Danger
An Afternoon Affair
Artificial Distro
baby lion vintage
Bauman's Best Botanicals
Black Market Salon
Black-Haired Demon Illustration & Ephemera
Blood Moon
Boston Democratic Socialists of America
Dwice Fox International
Decadent West
Earth Tribe Medicine
Feminist Fiber Art
Feral Flesh
Gracie Makes Things
Grave World
Hideaway Records
Historia Naturale
Holy Crow
Hot Foot Vintage
Hungry Ghost Press, LLC
Illuminated Seed Society
Ink Forgotten
Josie Dybe Designs
Light Patch
Living Rainbows FIber Co
Mariessa devincentis
Martinas Andrius
Mass Love Distro
Melrosebooks & Art
Moonlight Mile Vintage
Mud Hedz
My Big Pink Crafty Box
New Moon Coffee Roasters
Oliver Lockwood
Our Back Pockets
Over it Studio
Personal Narrative Architecture Tarot
Primitive Ritual
Purgatory Ltd.
SD Ryan artist
Shane Maxwell
Sheep Lion
Sidney Gish
Slogans for Nothing
Snake Hair Press
Soy Much Brighter Candle Co.
Stevie Leigh
Strange Brains Shop
Strange Pine
Taylor Popek | The Jellyfish Lady
Temperatures Rising
the atomic garden
The Bone Lady
Thermal Shock Studio
Vagabundo Studio
Zoárd Wells Tyeklár
Zombie Romance

Boston Hassle is a volunteer-run organization. Our mission is to bring people together in a creatively empowering and inspiring environment. With this mission comes a dedication to safety, accessibility and vigilance. We strive to make our shows safe spaces for all people. If you ever feel uncomfortable at our events we want to know and we want to help. Find a Hassle volunteer at the door or email to contact a volunteer directly. Respect one another and enjoy yourself!

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