Sunday 02.02.14 - **3p start time** Opentoe Peepshow Salon #13: Azure Osborne-Lee, Louis Chavez, Muggs Fogarty, Jennie Gruber, AS Carson, and Charles Rice-Gonzalez of BAAD 3pm-5pm - Superbowl Seahawks vs Broncos 6:30pm - Nafsi Groove 10:30pm

OpenToe Peepshow Monthly Salon 3pm-5pm
The Opentoe Peepshow is a monthly salon that reveals new work by 4-6 queer artists each time. The extravaganza takes place the first Sunday of every month in Branded's back room!
Curated by the fabulous and fierce Heels on Wheels, a Brooklyn-based group of interdisciplinary artists who create performance-based cultural works and community events that have a feminist and radical agenda, are produced from sites of femme/inine-positive queer embodiment, and reveal the power in under-represented communities.

Invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/571071339638047/?fref=ts
Website: http://www.heelsonwheelsroadshow.com

Superbowl XLVIII Throwdown!
Seahawks vs Broncos 6:30pm
Big Screen in the back w/ sound! Game Day Specials and prizes!

Nafsi Groove 10:30pm
Nafsi Groove is a Brooklyn, NY-based, soul-fusion band that jams out an eclectic set of original music. Incorporating blues, reggae, jazz, urban and groove music, we are proud to have hit upon the ideal combination of talent, passion, experience and inspiration that allows us to captivate audiences wherever we perform. Each of us, coming from vastly different cultural backgrounds, are accomplished musicians in our own right. We have all been studying, playing and performing most our lives and are ever-evolving students of the craft. After pursuing our dreams and reaching goals individually, we decided to bring our influences together and create, Nafsi Groove.
The name Nafsi (Nŏf-see) comes from the arabic word "Nafs", which means "self". This simply describes our mission to fully incorporate our whole, individual selves --mind, body, soul and spirit-- into the music, in order to create an experience that takes us and our audiences into another dimension. We look forward to making a positive impact as we travel from stage to stage.