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Vous ne pouvez jamais manquer de choses à faire à New York, et cela inclut des choses gratuites! Pincez quelques sous avec la liste des activités gratuites à faire à New York cette semaine. Vous serez peut-être surpris de voir à quel point il vous en coûtera peu de passer un bon moment dans la plus grande ville du monde, avec de la musique, des musées et d’autres événements gratuits en attente.

Festival Musique du Japon 2020 – Scandinavia House
23 février 2020 – New York

Pour son festival du 45e anniversaire et sa cinquième résidence d’artiste, Music From Japan invite la compositrice Noriko Koide et le musicologue Seiji Choki pour un week-end de concerts et d’événements éducatifs.

Brown Sugar ‘un spectacle de comédie de brunch du dimanche – Sanctuaire
23 février 2020 – New York

Chocolate Sundays est un nouveau spectacle de comédie au Shrine, mettant en vedette des comédiens talentueux de partout, dont certains que vous avez peut-être vus sur Comedy Central, ComicView, B.E.T, MTV, Vh1, Conan et Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Venez prendre un mimosa, savourez un délicieux repas et profitez du spectacle!

La session Shrine Jazz Jam avec Andrew Kushnir – Shrine
23 février 2020 – New York

Rejoignez-nous au Shrine pour une Jam Session hebdomadaire chaque dimanche soir. Apportez vos instruments et préparez-vous à jouer!

Javier Rosario Trio- Jazz – Sanctuaire
23 février 2020 – New York

Javier Rosario est un guitariste électrique virtuose qui, avec son trio, interprète les compositions originales de Javier.

New York Cartel Ft. PeterJam – Reggae Dancehall – Sanctuaire
23 février 2020 – New York

« New York Cartel Ft. PeterJam » est un groupe de reggae dancehall basé à New York, formé à l’été 2018, le groupe fait actuellement la promotion de son premier single « selvatica » avec plus de morceaux originaux et des classiques du reggae en anglais et en espagnol .

Whisky 101 chez Fine and Rare – Fine & Rare
23 février 2020 – New York

Notre classe la plus populaire à ce jour. Cette classe vous donne un aperçu des différents styles de whisky, y compris le bourbon, le seigle, le scotch, l’irlandais et d’autres marques internationales. Vous allez nez, goûter et évaluer une sélection diversifiée de whisky.

Jazz Brunch: Miss Maybell & The Jazz Age Artistes – Fine & Rare
23 février 2020 – New York

Jazz Brunch: Miss Maybell & The Jazz Age Artistes

« Cette terre est votre terre » Concert du 80e anniversaire – Théâtre de la mairie
23 février 2020 – New York

Jeff Tweedy dirigera une gamme diversifiée d’artistes rendant hommage au classique de Woody Guthrie This Land is Your Land à l’occasion du 80e anniversaire de son écriture à New York lors d’un concert à l’hôtel de ville le 23 février. This Land is Your Land a écrit à propos de trois jours après l’arrivée de Guthrie à New York après avoir voyagé à travers l’Amérique, ce qu’il a vu au cours de ses voyages, de la générosité des ressources dans la vallée dorée à la ligne du Relief Office, où Woody a vu mon peuple. La soirée comprendra des performances de Tweedy, John Fullbright, Gangstagrass et d’autres invités spéciaux rassemblant des amis le long de ce ruban d’autoroute pour se réunir dans le même quartier où Woody a écrit ces mots importants en 1940.

Immy et Jimmy (James Maddock et David Immerglck) – The 11th Street Bar:
23 février 2020 – New York

James Maddock, auteur-compositeur-interprète né à New York et né en Grande-Bretagne, fait de la musique folklorique lettrée et sincère et influencée par l’Amérique. Né à Leicester, en Angleterre, Maddock était membre du groupe Fire Next Time and Wood avant de se lancer dans une carrière solo. David Immerglck a un concert à plein temps avec les Counting Crows

Rucosea – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

RUCO est un chanteur de soul japonais

Alesia Lani – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Peu d’étoiles montantes brillent aussi brillantes que la propre Alesia Lani d’Austin. La chanteuse primée a 2 albums à son actif, propose un curriculum vitae qui inclut le partage d’une scène avec des légendes telles que George Clinton et The Ohio Players, et joue dans des festivals tels que 35 Denton et South By Southwest. La voix rauque et sensuelle de l’ancien modèle associée à une touche hip-hop vous donne le sentiment que vous avez peut-être trouvé Lauryn Hill ou Erykah Badu de cette génération, tout en lui donnant un son distinct qui est tout aussi unique que puissant. Alesia apporte une éthique de travail cols bleus à sa carrière, passant d’innombrables heures en studio, et est connue pour offrir des performances live d’élite conçues pour les heures de grande écoute. L’élan continue de croître derrière cette starlette alors qu’elle éblouit dans son voyage musical.

Couturière – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

La couturière est née Gabriella Chavez le 3 décembre 1991 à Hoboken, NJ. À un âge précoce, elle a trouvé du réconfort dans l’art. Explorant les arts visuels puis voyageant vers la musique, elle a utilisé les médiums pour donner un sens au chaos qui a suivi autour d’elle. Exposée au chagrin à un âge précoce, Gabriella a commencé à sonder rapidement les différents coins de ses émotions. Utilisant l’écriture de chansons comme un outil pour communiquer ce qu’elle ne pouvait pas toujours comprendre, ses expériences ont grandement façonné le son magnifiquement obsédant pour lequel la couturière est connue.

Jacob Colin Cohen – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Jacob Colin Cohen

Sarah Wise – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Sarah Wise est une auteure-compositrice-interprète axée sur la folk-pop au cœur américain et racé. Influencé par l’émotion brute d’auteurs-compositeurs tels que Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, Mieka Pauley et Emmylou Harris, les paroles confessionnelles de Sarah sont provocantes et brûlantes, vulnérables et en quête. En développant du matériel avec les vétérans Clifford Carter, Marc Shulman et Ann Klein, Sarah se prépare à enregistrer son premier album en 2018.

L’expérience Black Soul – Groove
23 février 2020 – New York

21 ans et plusDeux éléments minimumBienvenue à The Black Soul Experience, un spectacle en direct intense et puissant. R&B, funk, soul, soca, hip-hop, reggae et house vous feront danser dans les allées toute la nuit!

Vive la fête du CharityBrunch Day qui soutient le Sommet national des étudiants entrepreneurs – Hudson Terrace
23 février 2020 – New York

Venez faire la fête pour une cause lors de la 1ère soirée annuelle du Cheers for Charity a National Student Entrepreneurs Summit! Organisée par Business Arsenal University et Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs Tous les profits iront aux bourses et aux subventions pour les étudiants participant au Sommet national des étudiants entrepreneurs. aura lieu le dimanche 23 février 2020. Heure 14 h – 21 h Hudson Terrace 621 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036 Tenue de cocktail requise Les billets sont 45 $ à l’avance2 pour 1 verre entre 14 h et 15 h. Tous les spéciaux de bouteille de nuit. La nourriture est disponible à l’achatMusique par: DJ Jon Quick & DJ CommishTous sont les bienvenus! Si vous ne pouvez pas y assister, n’hésitez pas à faire un don à https://www.mightycause.com/story/NationalstudententrepreneurssummitÀ propos de la charité: Le 1er Sommet national des étudiants entrepreneurs aura lieu cette année au Colden Center du Queens College, campus de l’Université de la ville de New York, le samedi 18 avril 2020, il s’agit d’un événement gratuit pour soutenir l’étudiant entrepreneur. Nous distribuerons du capital d’amorçage, des mentors et un stagiaire ainsi que des bourses aux étudiants méritants. Pour plus d’informations, rendez-vous sur https: //www.eventbrite … (en savoir plus)

Michelle Shocked – Cafe Bohemia
23 février 2020 – New York

Michelle Shocked est une troubadour itinérante dont le talent musical est si éclectique qu’il est difficile de la catégoriser.Michelle Shocked a fait ses débuts en Europe en 1986, avec « The Texas Campfire Tapes », un enregistrement bootleg réalisé sur un magnétophone Sony Walkman autour d’un feu de camp d’un festival. . En 1987, elle a signé un contrat avec (maintenant) Universal, conservant la propriété des maîtres et de l’édition. Ses débuts en studio ont été l’album de 1988, « Short Sharp Shocked »; vignettes de grandir dans les régions rurales de l’est du Texas. «Captain Swing», sorti en 1989, et «Arkansas Traveller», sorti en 1992, ont terminé sa «Mercury Trilogy». En 1995, « Quality of Mercy » était sur la bande originale du film oscarisé « Dead Man Walking ». Une version studio d’une version underground, « Kind Hearted Woman » est sortie en 1996 après avoir remporté un vaillant combat pour conserver ses droits de propriété intellectuelle. En 2002, elle lance son label Mighty Sound. Un bootleg 2003 d’un ensemble de gospel live a été sanctionné pour une sortie en 2007 sous le nom de « ToHeavenURide », suivi d’une sortie en studio en 2009, « Soul of My Soul ». En 2013, Shocked a conçu « Truth Vs Reality », un exploit d’art de la performance, et ses efforts de studio inspirés de la rumba cubaine 2019, Musical Chairs: … (en savoir plus)

Ressources théâtrales illimitées Comment écrire une comédie musicale qui fonctionne Deuxième partie: Conflits et obstacles – Studios 150
23 février 2020 – New York

Theatre Resources Unlimited (TRU) présente l’atelier How to Write a Musical That Works Part Two: Conflicts & Obstacleson le dimanche 23 février 2020 de 10h à 18h au Studios 150, 150 W.46th Street, 7e étage, NYC. La date limite de soumission est le mercredi 2/12. Envoyez un e-mail à TRUStaff1@gmail.com ou inscrivez-vous en ligne sur http://truonline.org/events/feedback-workshop2-2020/. et toutes les personnes impliquées dans la création et la production de nouvelles œuvres. Les frais d’inscription sont de 10 $ pour les membres, 20 $ pour les non-membres. S’ils sont acceptés, des frais seront appliqués à des frais de participation de 100 $ (80 $ pour les membres du TRU). Ceux qui ne seront pas sélectionnés seront invités et encouragés à assister à l’atelier en tant qu’observateurs. Le prix est de 55 $ (35 $ pour les membres TRU). Nous en ferons la promotion auprès des scénaristes, réalisateurs et producteurs, dans l’espoir de générer une conversation utile pour nous aider à développer les compétences nécessaires pour créer des œuvres à succès pour le théâtre musical. Le coût pour les non-participants d’assister à la journée entière, d’observer les présentations et de participer aux discussions, est de 55 $ (35 $ pour les membres de TRU) .Fi … (en savoir plus)

La diversité, c’est amusant! Comédie, musique et droits de l’homme – Salle de jeux
23 février 2020 – New York

Rire ensemble, c’est grandir ensemble. De plus, nous nourrissons nos propres âmes en tant que militantes lorsque nous prenons une soirée et que nous nous amusons simplement.À propos de cet événement, la diversité est amusante repose sur le fait que parfois, une soirée de gaieté et de plaisir partagé est exactement ce que l’esprit-doc a commandé! Nous nous réunirons à Times Square, décompresser et profiter de la musique et de la comédie d’un groupe diversifié d’artistes / activistes, se ressourcer ensemble et se préparer à rejoindre la bataille de Light v. Dark … Avec: Dee Who: Dee Who is un auteur-compositeur, chanteur et bassiste qui présente des chansons originales, généralement dans des espaces publics comme le métro. Dee est un visage familier en ville, ayant gagné sa vie en tant que musicien de métro itinérant au cours des cinq dernières années. Dee est né à New York, a grandi à Taiwan, a étudié la batterie à Berklee, a joué dans un groupe de rock aux Pays-Bas, a voyagé à travers l’Équateur à cheval, a travaillé comme photographe pour le NY Times, et réalisé, tourné et monté deux longs métrages documentaires . Il vit actuellement à Brooklyn où il élève sa fille de sept ans et deux chats. Retrouvez-le sur « TheDeeWho » sur Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Cashapp et Venmo.Alex White III: Alex est un comédien stand-up originaire de … (en savoir plus)

Dimanches inclusifs pour les enfants handicapés physiques – Musée des arts pour les enfants
23 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Ce cours hebdomadaire d’abandon encourage les jeunes à collaborer et à faire preuve de créativité dans les beaux-arts et les arts médiatiques. Les élèves ont la possibilité d’être indépendants de leurs parents et les activités sont adaptées pour s’adapter aux capacités spécifiques de chaque enfant. Les élèves exploreront la pratique consistant à combiner divers médias d’art visuel distincts, tels que le papier, la peinture, les textiles et la sculpture, avec de nouvelles technologies dans nos laboratoires de médias tels que l’animation, l’art sonore et la photographie. La classe découvrira et discutera également le travail et les techniques d’artistes de médias mixtes notables. Les étudiants organisent des expositions et visitent d’autres espaces culturels de New York lors d’excursions sur le terrain. Les cours du dimanche inclusifs de l’AMC offrent une occasion gratuite aux enfants handicapés physiques, à leur famille et à leurs amis. Les artistes enseignants de l’AMC sont appuyés par des évaluateurs agréés en ergothérapie. Ce programme est basé sur un modèle de classe dans lequel les artistes enseignants et les spécialistes travaillent pour faciliter l’expérience de groupe, avec un œil attentif aux besoins particuliers des participants. Au cœur de tous nos programmes inclusifs, la socialisation profite à tous les participants.

Ehud Asherie Trio – Fat Cat
23 février 2020 – New York

Ehud Asherie Trio

Trois ou quatre nuances de Mingus – gros chat
23 février 2020 – New York

Trois ou quatre nuances de Mingus

After Hours organisé par le programme de déprogrammation – Fat Cat
23 février 2020 – New York

After Hours hébergé par le programme de déprogrammation

Michelle Shocked – Cafe Bohemia
23 février 2020 – New York

Michelle Shocked a fait ses débuts en Europe en 1986, avec «The Texas Campfire Tapes», un enregistrement de bootleg réalisé sur un magnétophone Sony Walkman autour d’un feu de camp. En 1987, elle a signé un contrat avec (maintenant) Universal, conservant la propriété des maîtres et de l’édition. Ses débuts en studio ont été l’album de 1988, « Short Sharp Shocked »; vignettes de grandir dans les régions rurales de l’est du Texas. «Captain Swing», sorti en 1989, et «Arkansas Traveller», sorti en 1992, ont terminé sa «Mercury Trilogy». En 1995, « Quality of Mercy » était sur la bande originale du film oscarisé « Dead Man Walking ». Une version studio d’une version underground, « Kind Hearted Woman » est sortie en 1996 après avoir remporté un vaillant combat pour conserver ses droits de propriété intellectuelle. En 2002, elle lance son label Mighty Sound. Un bootleg 2003 d’un ensemble de gospel live a été sanctionné pour une sortie en 2007 sous le nom de « ToHeavenURide », suivi d’une sortie en studio en 2009, « Soul of My Soul ». En 2013, Shocked a conçu « Truth Vs Reality », un exploit d’art de la performance, et son œuvre de studio inspirée de la rumba cubaine 2019, Musical Chairs: A Comparsa for Artist Rights, attend sa sortie. Shocked poursuit ses efforts créatifs en tant qu’artiste indépendante … (en savoir plus)

thelovemaze.com Match de singles en art au Met Museum – Met Museum
23 février 2020 – New York

Reliez l’art à l’amour. Rencontrez et associez-vous pour explorer la mer de l’art en partenariat. Le partenariat se fait avec l’algorithme de création de correspondances scientifiques de LoveMazes.N’oubliez pas de déverrouiller des labyrinthes pour localiser des correspondances potentielles et aller à des dates virtuelles pour vous familiariser avant votre joint-venture.RSVP pour sécuriser une place: https://thelovemaze.com/events Déverrouillez des labyrinthes pour identifier vos partenaires d’activité et commencez à gagner des crédits de labyrinthe pour obtenir des événements de rencontres amusants et gratuits: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. Plus d’informations sur LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Jazz pour les enfants – Jazz Standard
23 février 2020 – New York

Le Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra est un programme axé sur la performance qui donne aux jeunes musiciens de jazz talentueux et dévoués la possibilité de se produire régulièrement dans l’un des principaux clubs de jazz de New York, souvent avec des artistes invités de la scène new-yorkaise.

Musée américain d’histoire naturelle présente: Milstein Science Series: Polar Bears – American Museum of Natural History
23 février 2020 – New York

Ce festival familial plonge dans toutes les choses de l’ours polaire avec des activités, des spectacles avec des collections du Musée et une représentation théâtrale interactive. De plus, les scientifiques seront sur place pour discuter de la conservation, de la nature prédatrice des ours polaires et de la façon dont les humains ont interagi avec ces mammifères étonnants à travers l’histoire. Découvrez le comportement, le régime alimentaire et le territoire de cette espèce et comment le changement climatique menace sa survie.

Menage – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Très tôt, en 2015, le duo frère / sœur a signé un accord avec iPLAY records hors du Portugal. Une rotation à la radio et deux tournées nationales portugaises suivirent bientôt. En 2016, Menage sortit un album complet. Il a été publié en Chine et soutenu par une tournée de 14 villes de Chine qui comprenait des performances au célèbre festival MIDI et aux festivals MTA. Maintenant, avec ses yeux sur l’Amérique du Nord, Menage lancera de nouvelles musiques. Une tournée et une nouvelle génération suivront.

– Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Mary Edwards est une compositrice, auteure-compositrice et artiste sonore dont les projets s’étendent d’enregistrements et de performances « évoquant des bandes sonores cinématographiques épiques combinées à une intimité lyrique ». (Time Out NY), aux installations sonores environnementales et architecturales immersives. Les thèmes de la temporalité, de l’impermanence, de la nostalgie, du désir, de l’enfance et du monde naturel sont entrecoupés tout au long de son travail.

Mary Edwards – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Mary Edwards est une compositrice, auteure-compositrice et artiste sonore dont les projets s’étendent d’enregistrements et de performances « évoquant des bandes sonores cinématographiques épiques combinées à une intimité lyrique ». (Time Out NY), aux installations sonores environnementales et architecturales immersives. Les thèmes de la temporalité, de l’impermanence, de la nostalgie, du désir, de l’enfance et du monde naturel sont entrecoupés tout au long de son travail.

The Buck and a Quarter Quartet – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Nous sommes le quatuor de Brooklyn et Manhattan et un quart qui joue les joyaux oubliés de l’âge d’or de la pop américaine, ainsi que des favoris et des originaux d’inspiration vintage dans notre propre style défiant les catégories, décrit comme « skiffle rencontre Cole Porter « et » quel genre de musique est-ce?  » Nous combinons la pop vintage, le swing occidental, le jazz traditionnel et même les valses et les tangos ensemble, principalement sur des cordes.

Lina K.O. – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Lina est une auteure-compositrice basée à Brooklyn. Commençant à écrire des chansons à l’adolescence (principalement pour sa chaîne YouTube sans trafic), elle l’a ensuite mise de côté pour poursuivre une carrière dans les relations internationales, jusqu’à ce qu’un changement d’avis au milieu de la vingtaine la ramène à la musique.

Rucosea – Rockwood Music Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

RUCO est un chanteur de soul japonais

Woody Guthrie Centre présente: Cette terre est votre terre: une célébration de 80 ans – Hôtel de ville
23 février 2020 – New York

This Land is Your Land: A Celebration of 80 Years Le Woody Guthrie Center de Tulsa marque le 80 e anniversaire de l’écriture de l’hymne classique par Woody avec un concert à New York TULSA, Okla. Des cours de musique des écoles élémentaires au spectacle de mi-temps du Super Bowl, Woody Guthrie’s « This Land is Your Land « fait partie de notre culture depuis 80 ans, une lettre attachante à la beauté de l’Amérique et ce que nous pouvons faire pour le rendre meilleur pour tout le monde. Pour célébrer le 80e anniversaire de sa rédaction, le Woody Guthrie Le Centre accueillera un concert le 23 février à l’hôtel de ville de New York, au coin de l’endroit où Guthrie a écrit la chanson pour la première fois le 23 février 1940. Le programme comprendra des performances de John Fullbright, Branjae, Gangstagrass, natif de l’Oklahoma. Haley Heynderickx, Jeff Tweedy et quelques invités spéciaux. Les billets commencent à 50 $ plus les frais et seront en vente le 16 décembre, disponibles sur thetownhall.org.

Ella, Billie et les femmes du jazz – Birdland Jazz Club
23 février 2020 – New York

La chanteuse primée Thana Alexa et le MusicTalks Jazz Quartet lors d’une célébration des femmes du jazz. Certains des standards de jazz les plus appréciés ont été écrits par des femmes comme Lil Armstrong (l’épouse de Louis Armstrong) et Alice Coltrane (l’épouse de John Coltrane)! Nous présenterons de la musique d’Ella Fitzgerald et Billie Holiday et partagerons les histoires inédites des mères fondatrices du jazz.

James Gideon et Lou Gioia – Interdiction
23 février 2020 – New York

« James Gedeon et Lou Gioia ont accumulé une riche expérience dans la scène au fil des ans. Entre les deux, ils ont partagé la scène ou ouvert pour des artistes tels que l’Amérique, Paul Simon, Bernie Williams, Billy Joel, Harry Connick Jr, Le Marshall Tucker Band, Vanessa Williams et Kenny Rogers. Venez profiter d’une soirée de favoris acoustiques. « 

Rita Rovenskaya, piano. Sonates Beethoven et Schumann – Église St. John’s dans le village
23 février 2020 – New York

La pianiste de renom Rita Rovenskaya présente un concert solo de la Sonate n ° 2 en sol mineur de Schumann, op. 22Soundha beethoven n ° 21 en do majeur, « Waldstein » À PROPOS DE L’ARTISTE: Margarita Rovenskaya, PianoMargarita Rovenskaya s’est produite à de nombreuses reprises aux États-Unis et à l’étranger, avec des récitals en solo et en chambre dans des salles telles que Weill Recital Hall à Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall. Gagnante du Concours International de Concerto Mary Smart, du Concours de Concerto pour Piano de Westminster, du Concours des Jeunes Artistes du Connecticut et du Festival Américain des Beaux-Arts, Mme Rovenskaya est basée à New York. Elle est professeur adjoint à l’Université Rutgers, a exercé les fonctions de professeur adjoint de piano à l’Université de New York et est actuellement professeur de piano dans plusieurs studios et écoles de NYC.A SUNDAY SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE WEST VILLAGE, NYC! L’hebdomadaire « Bach to the Future « , une série de concerts présente des programmes du meilleur répertoire musical classique, avec le plus haut niveau de performance, dans un petit cadre. Rejoignez-nous tous les dimanches à 15h pour un après-midi de beauté et d’inspiration. La réception des vins suit chaque concert.Billets: GRATUIT pour tous les enfants de moins de 18 ans, 20 $ à l’avance, 25 $ à la porte.http: … (en savoir plus)

Événement de thérapie pour enfants / famille à New York | Séances et consultations gratuites – Energi Studio
23 février 2020 – New York

Attention aux parents et aux familles de New York! Rejoignez-nous pour une pop-up de thérapie pédiatrique passionnante comprenant des projections gratuites de développement de l’enfant, des consultations gratuites avec des thérapeutes agréés, des rafraîchissements et des activités thérapeutiques amusantes. Rafraîchissements-Fromage grillé frais Station-Séances de développement gratuites-Séances de consultation avec un thérapeute-Cours d’origami dirigés par un instructeur par Origami USA-Arts & Crafts, Games and Puzzles Pourquoi y assister? Les premières années de la vie sont une période critique de développement pour les enfants c’est le meilleur moment pour s’attaquer aux problèmes qui peuvent amener les enfants à prendre du retard sur leurs pairs à chaque étape de leur développement pour le reste de leur vie.Pour aider votre enfant à atteindre son plein potentiel, nous proposons GRATUITEMENT des ressources thérapeutiques de haute qualité , directement à vous à New York pour aider à évaluer si votre enfant atteint ou non ses étapes de développement et vous aider à accéder à un soutien qui le préparera à un brick hter future.À propos de Enable My ChildEMC s’associe avec des écoles, des centres d’intervention précoce, des hôpitaux et des parents … (en savoir plus)

Le bungalow petit déjeuner Kings Hawaiian apporte l’esprit Aloha à New York – Le bungalow petit déjeuner King’s Hawaiian
23 février 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian amène l’Aloha Spirit à New York pour une durée limitée cet hiver avec l’ouverture du Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, un restaurant de petit-déjeuner interactif situé à Midtown Manhattan. Fabriqués avec de vrais ingrédients, les produits hawaïens de King sont connus pour leur texture fondante dans la bouche douce et moelleuse avec juste la bonne touche de douceur et prennent les plats de petit-déjeuner salés et sucrés au niveau supérieur. Conçu pour transporter les New-Yorkais sur les rives chaudes d’Hawaï, le restaurant propose plusieurs expériences Kings Hawaiian uniques allant d’une fosse à billes d’inspiration océanique où les participants peuvent nager rapidement jusqu’à une balançoire au sommet d’une montagne dans les nuages. Les clients pourront également profiter d’un menu infusé hawaïen organisé par le chef connaisseur du petit-déjeuner Jaime Young, du lieu de brunch bien-aimé dimanche à Brooklyn, tous mettant en vedette les pains emblématiques de la marque, notamment les pains sucrés hawaïens originaux, le pain haché sucré hawaïen original et le pain rond sucré hawaïen original. Les participants peuvent choisir entre plus de 50 garnitures et garnitures pour créer une création de petit-déjeuner mettant en vedette des thats Kings Hawaiian, ou ils peuvent choisir parmi les plats signatures du chef Youngs: … (en savoir plus)

Orchestre Rvolutionnaire et Romantique – Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage Carnegie Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Symphonie n ° 6 de Beethoven, « Pastorale » Symphonie n ° 7 de Beethoven Aucune Symphonie n ° 6 de Beethoven, Symphonie n ° 7 « Pastorale » de Noeth Entendre des représentations musicales de chants d’oiseaux, une danse country bruyante, un orage sauvage et des paysans de fête comme Beethoven 1808 Le public aurait à la première de la symphonie « pastorale ».

Damion Scott Action Pose Sculptures – Musée des arts pour les enfants
23 février 2020 – Hudson Square

Damion Scott est un illustrateur et designer de bandes dessinées avec des rôles importants dans Marvel et DC Comics. Son travail utilise souvent des dessins de personnages déformés et exagérés pour transmettre l’action et le mouvement. Originaire de Brooklyn, une grande partie de son travail reflète le graffiti et le street art avec lesquels il a grandi. Il est même l’auteur d’un livre intitulé How To Draw Hip-Hop! En utilisant ses personnages bourrés d’action comme une influence, créez vos propres sculptures de super-héros! Concentrez-vous sur la conception de costumes et les poses d’action pour votre personnage.

Paradise Prime – Monsieur Paradise
23 février 2020 – New York

L’idée originale de Will Wyatt, Eric Kruvant et du chef Jeremy Spector, Paradise Prime apporte leur fameuse côte de bœuf à Mister Paradise.Commencez votre soirée avec des martinis dans la salle rouge, avant de passer à travers la salle à manger élégamment aménagée à votre table. coule librement et abondamment, alors que le chef Jeremy éblouit la foule avec son cocktail César et crevettes à côté de la table. Alors que la côte de bœuf homonyme arrive sur la table, sculptée somptueusement et savamment, préparez-vous à saliver. Rien ne se compare à cette première bouchée, sauf! Peut-être ce qui vient après que les pommes de terre allemandes et les épinards sautés soient cueillis propres. Ce qui ne peut être décrit que comme « Holy Cow »! Une crème glacée riche et veloutée dégoulinant de manière décadente dans une sauce au chocolat chaude, accompagnée d’une bonne dose de Johnny Walker Blue. Régalez-vous, faites-vous plaisir et régalez-vous au Paradise Prime.

Solistes de la Kronberg Academy Antoine Tamestit, Alto Gary Hoffman, Violoncelle – Zankel Hall Carnegie Hall
23 février 2020 – New York

Mozart Mozart Duo pour violon et alto en sol majeur, K. 423 Dohnnyi Dohnnyi Sérénade pour trio à cordes en do majeur Brahms Brahms Quintette à cordes n ° 2 en sol majeur Nonemozart Duo Mozart pour violon et alto en sol majeur, K. 423 Nonedohnnyi Dohnnyi Serenade pour trio à cordes en do majeur Nonebrahms Brahms Quintette à cordes n ° 2 en sol majeur Faites de nouvelles découvertes dans ce concert qui présente un duo rare de Mozart, un aperçu de ce qu’une cinquième symphonie de Brahms aurait pu être, et une sérénade Daredevil de Dohnnyi. Le duo de Mozart offre aux deux instruments des opportunités de briller dans ses mouvements extérieurs et de chanter un air fluide dans la magnifique section centrale

Yeti, Set, Snow! – Théâtre de marionnettes Cottage suédois
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – New York

Yeti, Set, Snow! une histoire originale et une production de marionnettes produites par la City Parks Foundation feront leur retour prévu au Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre à Central Park. Parfait pour les familles avec de jeunes enfants, cette aventure hivernale démarre la saison des fêtes avec des marionnettes et de la musique du 12 novembre 2019 tout au long de la saison d’hiver au 23 février 2020. La production est recommandée pour les familles avec enfants de 3 à 8 ans. Yeti, Set , Neige! raconte l’histoire d’une jeune fille nommée Widget, et de son amie, Twig, qui rencontrent un yéti nommé Pascetti et un chat de compagnie, Tinsel Kitty, le premier jour de neige de la saison d’hiver. Pascetti, qui vit au sommet d’une montagne à proximité, n’aime pas la neige. À travers des chansons et des activités de la journée de la neige, Pascetti découvre non seulement que la neige peut être amusante, mais apprend également la valeur de l’amitié.

Devinette des Trilobites – Nouveau Théâtre de la Victoire
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – New York

Voyagez de façon très loin dans le temps! Dans cette comédie musicale originale et vivante, qui se déroule il y a 500 millions d’années, toute la vie habite dans une seule mer et les trilobites gouvernent le fond de l’océan. Lorsque la jeune Aphra découvre que le sort de tout le royaume des trilobites repose sur ses épaules décortiquées, elle et ses copains arthropodes doivent résoudre le RIDDLE OF THE TRILOBITES avant qu’un changement de mer aux proportions épiques ne détruise leur maison. Avec humour, cœur et marionnettes préhistoriques époustouflantes, cette aventure sous-marine nous montre comment nous pouvons laisser notre marque sur le monde lorsque nous osons être courageux. RIDDLE OF THE TRILOBITES a une durée de 80 minutes sans entracte, et est recommandée pour les 6 ans et plus.

Exposition annuelle des trains des Fêtes – Annexe et magasin de la galerie du New York Transit Museum
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – New York

Chaque saison des fêtes, la Grand Central Gallery du New York Transit Museum accueille une ville dans une ville avec l’affichage d’un chemin de fer électrique miniature qui traverse, traverse et sous certains des monuments les plus magnifiques de New York.

Holiday Express de la collection Jerni Train – The New-York Historical Society
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – Manhattan

Les trains de la collection Jerni, accompagnés d’un éclairage théâtral et d’un paysage sonore, sont une tradition de vacances à la New-York Historical Society.

La putain de l’Ohio – Théâtre pour la nouvelle ville
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – NEW YORK CITY

« The Whore from Ohio » de Hanoch Levin est une comédie noire sur le désir, la fantaisie, la mortalité et l’illusion de l’amour. C’est l’une des pièces les plus célèbres de Levin. Un vieux mendiant, fuyant la mort, va chez une pute et dépense toutes ses économies, à l’horreur de son mendiant agrippé de fils. Ce chef-d’œuvre absurde est profond dans son hébreu original et très bon en anglais, mais c’est vraiment drôle en yiddish. La traduction en yiddish est par Eli Rosen. Gara Sandler dirige. Les acteurs sont David Mandelbaum comme le vieux mendiant, Eli Rosen comme le fils et Malky Goldman comme le talonneur éponyme. Spectacle avec surtitres en anglais du 19 au 23 février, mer, jeu, ven, sam à 7h30, sam et dim à 3h00. Achetez des billets: https://bpt.me/4486159

Off-Broadway Week: The Little Mermaid – The Players Theatre
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – New York

La Petite Sirène la comédie musicale de Michael Sgouros et Brenda Bell. « Il était une fois une petite sirène qui rêvait du jour où elle serait enfin assez vieille pour explorer les merveilles du monde au-dessus de la mer. Quand son tour arrive, elle n’est pas déçue. En fait, elle sauve une jeune prince de se noyer dans un naufrage et tombe profondément amoureux de lui. Maintenant, son désir augmente, car elle désire devenir mortelle afin qu’elle puisse épouser son jeune prince; mais comme pour tous les rêves, il y a des sacrifices. La petite sirène apprend vite que réaliser son souhait signifie faire des choix difficiles. Elle apprend également combien elle est prête à abandonner pour quelqu’un qu’elle aime. « Convient à tous les âges (nous n’avons aucune restriction), mais nous recommandons les âges de 5 ans et plus! Le spectacle dure 70 minutes sans entracte. La production comprend un ensemble de musique live et comprend un atelier familial 1 heure avant chaque représentation en matinée. Ici, le public rencontre des membres de l’équipe créative ainsi qu’un acteur de la production qui racontent comment ils transforment un livre en scène musicale. Par la suite, les enfants sont invités à créer une créature marine qu’ils pourront rapporter à la maison en souvenir.

Pop-up exclusif: Banana Republic présente les designs NASO – Banana Republic Rockefeller Center
Jusqu’au 23 février 2020 – New York

Introducing NASO at Banana RepublicA limited-time pop-up of original NASO designs February 20-23, 2020Banana Republic Rockefeller Center626 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10020 About NASO: Designed in New York, Made in Africa. NASO was founded by Uyi Omorogbe, a first-generation Nigerian-American, as a way to use business to change the world. NASO authentically marries Uyis Western and African backgrounds while empowering African youth. NASO is manufactured entirely in Africa and 7% of every purchase is put towards building schools in rural villages across Africa.

Sound of the Crickets – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Our installation Love Crickets, Save the Planet allows us to consider crickets and their many jobs in nature. Crickets contribute to the food chain and are highly nutritious as prey and as fertilizing agents for soil. They were even used as home alarm systems for citizens of ancient China! Their famous chirping sounds are also very soothing and beautiful to listen to. Can we make rhythms, beats, and songs inspired by our insect friends? Using sound samples from our cricket farm, invent your own harmonic tunes and celebrate our insect friends!

Glittering Gardens inspired by Ebony G. Patterson – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Artist Ebony G. Patterson uses sequins, embroidery, and glitter to create lush and fantastical gardens. Patterson uses these materials to draw people into garden images to address issues of identity and social injustice. Today, we will use similar materials to create our own gardens with important messages. Choose a message you would like to share with the world and create a garden around it. Embellish your garden to attract viewers and bring awareness!

Ian Jones-Quartey Cartoons – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Ian Jones-Quartey is the creator of the Cartoon Network short « OK K.O. » and has also worked on countless other cartoons like « Steven Universe » and « Adventure Time. » Jones-Quartey loves animation because your characters can do things they would never be able to do in real life. Inspired by his whacky and colorful characters, create your own cartoon character and bring them to life with animation!

21st Century Fairy Tales inspired by Ronald Wimberly – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 23, 2020 – Hudson Square

Ronald Wimberly’s Prince of Cats is a modern comics retelling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The story takes place in the 1980s New York while retaining the Olde English-style dialogue of the original play. Wimberly tells a centuries-old story using visual motifs and style from an era much closer to ours. Today in the gallery, we will create our own comic stories, retelling fairy tales as if they were taking place in our present-day NYC. Which story will you choose to tell, and how can your story take advantage of modern news and technology to give it a breath of fresh air?

« God Bless Ben Evans » – a solo show by Ben Evans – Guy Hepner
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

Join us Thursday January 23rd at Guy Hepner gallery for the print release and signing of artist Ben Evan’s latest print series launch from 6-8PM with the artist present.Exclusively with Guy Hepner, the release features a series of unique hand embellished works as well as three standard prints based off of Evans’s latest original paintings that will be on view during the showcase and signing event.The prints will be available online on Guy Hepner’s website world wide at 2PM EST, Thursday January 23rd.

Animal Farm – The Seeing Place @ The Paradise Factory
Through February 23, 2020 – New York

All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others »The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence. This dramatization remains faithful to the book’s plot and intent and retains both its affection for the animals and the incisiveness of its message. This play is being performed by an ensemble of just four actors, which results in a fast-paced, tightly drawn interpretation of this timely story.Cast/Creative Team for ANIMAL FARM: Starring Laura Clare Browne, Erin Cronican, William Ketter, and Brandon Walker. Directed by Erin Cronican and Brandon Walker. Sound Design by Brandon Walker. Costume Design by Erin Cronican.

For the Love of Agave Tasting Party! – Aejo Tribeca
February 24, 2020 – New York

Calling all tequila enthusiasts – Aejo, the Mexican restaurant and tequileria in Tribeca which features one of the largest selections of tequila in the city, will be reprising their tequila tasting event on Monday, February 24 starting at 7:00 p.m. Guests are invited to sample rare and unique expressions from over 30 different types of tequila and mezcal along withspecialty cocktails. There will also be a delicious guacamole & salsa station and build-your-own taco bar from Executive Chef Ricardo Camacho. Refine your agave palette and learn from experts and brand ambassadors about the production process and techniques of each spirit.

Lucie Ticho, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 24, 2020 – New York

Lucie Ticho, Cello

DJ Saddam – Shrine
February 24, 2020 – New York

DJ Saddam from Ivory Coast Afrobeat DJ , Hip Hop ,House and more !!With 20 years of experience, the Multi- talented DJ is known in music entertainment as Host, Singer and played at many African Americans events including the international Mafrika Festival ,etc.

Buddy Bolden: Jazz Pioneer – The Juilliard School
February 24, 2020 – New York

Juilliard Jazz’s Mary Lou Williams and Jelly Roll Morton Ensembles perform at 7:30 and 9:30pm at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.

Kenneth Ryu Naito, Violin and Yun Chai Lee, Harp – The Juilliard School
February 24, 2020 – New York

Kenneth Ryu Naito, Violin and Yun Chai Lee, Harp

First Year Composers – The Juilliard School
February 24, 2020 – New York

First Year Composers

Lara Ewen – Rockwood Music Hall
February 24, 2020 – New York

Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Lara Ewen tells stories, most of which are true. The quasi-autobiographical songs are set against a musical landscape that blends country, Americana, and singer/songwriter influences, drawing comparisons to people who sometimes get summarily lumped into the folk category, such as Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams and Jonatha Brooke.

Cheryl Pepsii Riley’s ‘Black Velvet Mondays, Musicians and Singers Jam’ – Groove
February 24, 2020 – New York

21 & overTwo item minimumGlobally recognized powerhouse singer-songwriter and actress Cheryl Pepsii Riley isthe magic and force behind this world renowned weekly event. The Black VelvetExperience started more than 13 years ago in The Village in NYC and garneredinternational attention being the first and still the only platform to offer a uniqueopportunity for up-and-coming talents, as well as returning seasoned talents, in such awarm, welcoming and special way.

John Schmitt – Rockwood Music Hall
February 24, 2020 – New York

Called « one of New York City’s best young storytellers, » John Schmitt was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and his songs are a direct reflection of his experiences growing up there. His simple, honest approach tells stories that hit at the heart of American life. Blending a folk-meets-soul style, Paul Simon-meets-Motown, to go along with thoughtful lyrics and images, John sings about his life in real terms.

Rebecca Haviland – Rockwood Music Hall
February 24, 2020 – New York

Rebecca Haviland is a Grammy award winning vocalist with years of touring and songwriting experience. Her band Rebecca Haviland and Whiskey Heart, a roots rock Americana band based in New York, consists of bassist Chris Anderson (Martin Sexton), drummer Kenny Shaw (Dispatch) and B3 player Todd Caldwell (Crosby Stills and Nash). Rebecca’s big vocals and intimate songwriting accompanied by her soulful band break new barriers with their unique form of Americana. Their album Bright City Lights released in 2018 was called « hauntingly beautiful » by Paste Magazine, and « the rare seven song disc that deserves to be stretched to a full length » by Chronogram. After completing a tour opening for Martin Sexton in 2018, Rebecca and her band released two live albums, Sun Studio Sessions Volume 1 and Volume 2, tracked across two late night recording sessions at the famous Sun Studio in Memphis, TN where artists like Elvis and Johnny Cash made their first recordings. Their episode of Sun Studio Sessions Live taped for PBS and other public television stations is airing now nationwide. The new single, Hide Away, inspired by a collection of late night memories, will be released May 17th with tour dat… (read more)

Nicky Barbato Project – Rockwood Music Hall
February 24, 2020 – New York

Nicky Barbato is a guitarist, bandleader, composer, and educator based in New York, NY. His latest album, the Nicky Barbato Project’s Every Day is a Bad Hair Day (produced by Jon Irabagon) has been called « eclectic…hard driving NYC style guitar noir » and a « modern day album essential for adventurous guitar fans » by Roots Music Report. « Nicky’s vision cuts through surf rock, jazz, ’70s prog rock, funk and rockabilly–and that’s just in the first song and a half  » says The Vinyl Anachronist. Barbato’s guitar playing has been called « really quite amazing » by Sea of Tranquility.

Scott Chasolen Trio feat. Josh Dion & Brian Killeen – Rockwood Music Hall
February 24, 2020 – New York

Scott Chasolen is a native of northern NJ, and accidentally began playing the piano by ear at twelve years old. By the time he was sixteen he was already performing in clubs in New York City and studying jazz. With a passion for improvising and composition, he later attended and graduated from New School University in Manhattan while maintaining a hectic lifestyle of creating, touring and recording with the successful instrumental group ulu.

The Writers Round – Rockwood Music Hall
February 24, 2020 – New York

Here to promote up and coming songwriters. Catch our « virtual » round via IG Live, or our Songwriter Showcases via the real world.

Debate with The Nation: Sanders or WarrenTime to Choose? – The New School, Tishman Auditorium
February 24, 2020 – New York

With Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren vying to take on Trump in November, the Democratic Party could be on the cusp of nominating the most progressive candidate of our lifetime. But which candidate can defeat Donald Trump and deliver fundamental change?On Monday, February 24th, The Nation magazine is hosting a debate at The New School in New York City, moderated by Nation editor D.D. Guttenplan: Sanders or WarrenTime to Choose? For Sanders: Author and law professor Zephyr Teachout and Jacobin founding editor Bhaskar SunkaraFor Warren: New York City Councilman Brad Lander and Working Families Party National Director Maurice Mitchell The event will also be live-streamed at TheNation.com.

Liverpool vs. West Ham Premier League – 11th St. Bar
February 24, 2020 – New York

Doors open at 2:00pm. No Reservations. First come, first served up to 125 people. No children under 21 without a parent. Liverpool NY Merchandise available during the match.

Monday Night Jazz Night – 11th St. Bar
February 24, 2020 – New York

Every Monday is Jazz Night at 11th St. Bar. Our house band, « The 11th St. Bar Quintet », is comprised of Richard Clements piano, Murray Wall bass, Taro Okomoto drums, Grant Stewart tenor sax, and Joe Magnarelli trumpet. In addition, Dr. Barry Harris has been known to sit in occasionally.

Amy Marcs’ Breast Cancer Celebrity Comedy Reading: NICE T!TS – The Triad
February 24, 2020 – New York

WHO: Amy Marcs and cast of the Tony Award winning HADESTOWN including Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Kimberly Marable, Jessie Shelton, Kim Steele, along with directors Coco Cohn and Peter Michael Marino WHAT: Amy Marcs’ hit solo comedy show about breast cancer, NICE T!TS, returns as a special benefit event featuring the cast of HADESTOWN WHERE: The Triad, 158 West 72nd Street New York, NY 10023 WHEN: February 24 at 7:00pm with additional upcoming performances March 30 & April 20 WHY: Amy Marcs is a breast cancer survivor who needed to tell her story of « hope, love, and the resiliency of the human spirit, as well as our capacity to triumph over adversity even in the most traumatic of situations. » A portion of the proceeds will go to support The Actors Funds Phyllis Newman Womens Health Initiative, a program that addresses the myriad of concerns women face when dealing with a serious medical condition and provides a safe space to go to for confidential and compassionate help.

Works & Process at the Guggenheim presents Swing 2020, A Joyce Theater Production – Guggenheim
February 24, 2020 – New York

Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, presentsSwing 2020, A Joyce Theater Productionon Monday, February 24, 2020 at 7:30pm.Celebrating the tradition of innovation in America’s partnered dance form, the Lindy Hop, acclaimed choreographerandDance Magazinecover starCaleb Teicher, along with several Lindy Hop champions, brings the joy, fire, and fight of competitive and social swing dance to the Guggenheim stage. Prior to the August premiere ofSwing 2020at the Joyce Theater, Teicher, his collaborators, Evita Arce, LaTasha Barnes, and Nathan Bugh, and composer Eyal Vilner discuss their creative process, and the acclaimed cast members perform sections of the show accompanied by the Eyal Vilner Big Band.TICKETS & VENUE$45, $40 members (unless otherwise noted)$10 TodayTix Lottery and student rush tickets one hour before performance, based on availability (student tickets for those under 30 with valid ID)Priority ticket access and preferred seat selection starts Dec 10 for $500+ Friends of Works & Process and Guggenheim members at the Associate level and above.For more information, call 212 758 0024 or 212 423 3587, Mon-Fri, 1-5 pm, or visi… (read more)

The Hot Club with Matthew ‘FAT CAT’ Rivera Mondays at Cafe Bohemia – Cafe Bohemia
February 24, 2020 – New York

In the 1930s, French record collectors and enthusiasts of le jazz hot began record listening groups under the name of the Hot Club of France, a major institution of jazz listening and appreciation in Europe when rare imported records were scarce and threatened by the eminent rise of Fascism. Listening to a record was a communal and rarified ritual, replete with the fun of discussion and replay.

Margarita Monday at TGA NYC – TGA NYC
February 24, 2020 – New York

TGA NYC an upscale restaurant and sports bar featuring a retractable roof is now offering Margarita Monday. Guests may sip $10 specialty margaritas all day. The menu, subject to change, includes: Fig Margarita (Getting Figgy With It) Viva Resposado tequila, black fig vodka, fresh lime, agave, triple sec, fresh fig Berry Sangarita Viva Joven tequila, fresh lime, agave, triple sec, Malbec, sprite, fresh muddled berries Choice of: Strawberry, blackberry, raspberry, blueberry Spicy Watermelon Jalapeo infused Viva Resposado tequila, fresh watermelon, fresh lime, agave, tajin rim Honeydew Viva reposado tequila, fresh muddled honeydew, fresh lime, agave, black salt rim Rita-Collins Viva Joven tequila, gold apricot vodka, fresh lemon, agave, triple sec, fresh muddled cucumber, tajin rim Strawberry Viva Joven tequila, fresh muddled strawberries, fresh lime, agave, triple sec, sugared rim Not-Quite-Rite (+$2) Viva Resposado Tequila, orange liqueur, fresh pineapple, orgeat, fresh lime, Viva Anejo tequila floater The ClassicViva Joven tequila, fresh lime, agave, triple sec

« Zero Waste » — Fad or Force? – Microsoft
February 24, 2020 – New York

A Grit Daily Live production, in collaboration with Microsoft and Microsoft for Startups filmed in Times Square, New York. Includes drinks — alcoholic and not.With media from Grit Daily, Esquire, Vice, The Rising, and Hackernoon with special guest and co-moderator Drew Grant.We’ve heard the stats:- The US is the « King of Trash » — producing 250 million tons per year (National Geographic)- While 75% of consumables are recyclable — we only recycle 30% of it (CNN)- 11 million tons of clothes, shoes and textiles go to landfills annually (Rubicon)Here to go a layer deeper behind the sometimes scary psychology, economics, and structural obstacles behind those numbers:- Moderated by guest moderator Brendan Sullivan (Lady Gagas DJ, contributor, Esquire) and Drew Grant (Managing Editor) with:- Magdalena Kulisz (Amphibag)- Anna Kimelman (Loopline)- Ushma Mehta (ThinkZero)- Mary Bemis (Reprise Activewear)- Chloe Vichot (My Fresh Bowl)- Anya Sapozhnikova (House of Yes)And other special guests.

Erik Robert Jacobson – Fat Cat
February 24, 2020 – New York

Erik Robert Jacobson

Eric Wheeler Group – Fat Cat
February 24, 2020 – New York

Eric Wheeler Group

After Hours hosted by Billy Kaye – Fat Cat
February 24, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Billy Kaye

One-Act Play Festival: Staged Readings of Short New Works – The National Arts Club
February 24, 2020 – New York

The National Arts Clubs second annual One-Act Play Festival features short new works by notable playwrightsJohn Pielmeier, Steven Otfinoski, David Masello, among othersthat examine the art of conversation. Each of the chosen works features two characters in dialogue, and it is through their talk that deep truths, conflicts, and resolution are reached.The plays, which will be performed as staged readings, are a mix of the humorous, the poignant, and the absurd. The art of conversation is practiced at its best in these works.

Open Mic – Prohibition
February 24, 2020 – New York

Come see why Prohibition host the best Open Mic with hottest band in New York City on Mondays!

Dance Against Cancer Presents THE YOUTH MOVEMENT – Manhattan Movement & Arts Center
February 24, 2020 – New York

Join us at Dance Against Cancers 4th Annual THE YOUTH MOVEMENT on Monday, February 24th at 7pm with performances by the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company, Ailey II, The Juilliard School, Manhattan Youth Ballet, Ellison Ballet, Ballet Academy East, Hunter College, Marymount Manhattan College, Shuffles, the East Side Dance Company, Passaic County Tech, Earl Mosley’s Hearts of Men, MMACKids, LaGuardia Dance Ensemble, and Kanyok Arts Initiative along with a guest performance as well as a light reception to follow.The American Cancer Society is working to finish the fight against every cancer in every community. We are the largest private, not-for-profit funder of cancer research in the United States, investing more than $4 billion since 1946. Thanks in part to our contributions, more than 1.5 million lives have been saved in the US in the past two decades. Now, that is a reason to celebrate, so please join us.

Banhez Mezcal Master Class – HandCraft Kitchen & Cocktails
February 24, 2020 – New York

Join HandCraft and Mariah Kunkel, Brand Development Manager for Banhez Mezcal Artesanal on Monday, February 24th at 6 pm for a mezcal master class. $20 admission includes class, single expression tasting, two cocktails and appetizers. Must purchase ticket ahead of time to attend.

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 24, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

Buddy Bolden: Jazz Pioneer – The Juilliard School
February 24, 2020 – New York

Buddy Bolden: Jazz Pioneer

Ann Toebbe Plaques – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 24, 2020 – Hudson Square

Ann Toebbe creates interiors of domestic life and focuses on past and present living spaces. Using her work as inspiration, create a 2D relief of a room and decorate it with your favorite objects!

The Flavors of NOLA at HandCraft Kitchen & Cocktails – HandCraft Kitchen & Cocktails
February 25, 2020 – New York

Celebrate The Flavors of NOLA at HandCraft with New Orleans native and owner/chef of the Upper East Side’s Infirmary who joins us to create a pop-up celebrating Mardi Gras.In addition to featuring the Infirmary’s most popular dishes – including the Boudin Balls and the restaurant’s famous Hurricane cocktail – guests can enjoy a special HandCraft menu:Traditional Gumbo over riceFried OystersShrimp FrittersFried Catfish or Fried Oyster Po BoyBlackened CatfishThe Fat Tuesday celebration also includes Abita, The Beer of Mardi Gras specials:$6 Purple Haze drafts$25 Variety Buckets that include Mardi Gras Bock, Big Easy IPA and Strawberry Lager.A New Orleans-style BandBeads – lots of beads!Don’t miss the fun!

Celebrate Mardi Gras at Croton Reservoir Tavern – Croton Reservoir Tavern
February 25, 2020 – New York

Croton Reservoir Tavern, midtown’s popular after-work gathering spot, is celebrating Mardi Gras in true New Orleans fashion – with a classic Vieux Carre (voo car-ray) cocktail, Fried Oysters and Chicken Po Boys. One sip of the Vieux Carre, a classic New Orleans cocktail, and you will be transported to the French Quarter. Made with Benedictine, bitters, rye, sweet vermouth and cognac, it pairs well with our Fried Oysters and our Chicken Po’ Boy for a special Fat Tuesday indulgence!

Tokyo Groove Jyoshi- R&B Pop Soul – Shrine
February 25, 2020 – New York

In 2018 , these three female session musicians are picked up as the member of the band named « TOKYO GROOVE JYOSHI » (TGJ)by the producer called Kaneko. TJG plays groovy songs regardless genres but mainly 70s/80s jazz,R&B, soul, pop, rock, etc

DJ Yote from Japan – Shrine
February 25, 2020 – New York

Based in NYC since 2015 , DJ YOTE is a very famous and professional dj in Japan. He started his career in JAPAN since 2002. He spins Hip Hop,RnB,Reggae,Dancehall,Soca,Latin,Naija,House

Austin Wulliman & Conrad Tao – Miller Theatre
February 25, 2020 – New York

Austin Wulliman, violinist of the JACK Quartet, has been praised as both a chamber musician and soloist. The « gifted, adventuresome violinist » (Chicago Tribune) demonstrates his talents in both categories in this Pop-Up, collaborating with pianist Conrad Tao, called « one of the most compelling voices in classical music » (The Baltimore Sun). Don’t miss this star-studded evening featuring recent works, including four world premieres.

Austin Wulliman & Conrad Tao – Miller Theatre
February 25, 2020 – New York

Austin Wulliman, violinist of the JACK Quartet, has been praised as both a chamber musician and soloist. The « gifted, adventuresome violinist » (Chicago Tribune) demonstrates his talents in both categories in this Pop-Up, collaborating with pianist Conrad Tao, called « one of the most compelling voices in classical music » (The Baltimore Sun). Don’t miss this star-studded evening featuring recent works, including four world premieres.

Duanduan Hao, Piano – The Juilliard School
February 25, 2020 – New York

Duanduan Hao, Piano

Arianna Brusubardis, Violin and Hannah J Kim, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 25, 2020 – New York

Arianna Brusubardis, Violin and Hannah J Kim, Cello

James Rootring, Bass-Baritone – The Juilliard School
February 25, 2020 – New York

James Rootring, Bass-Baritone

Issei Herr, Cello – The Juilliard School
February 25, 2020 – New York

Issei Herr, Cello

Xen Model, Slalomville, Catty @ Mercury Lounge – Mercury Lounge
February 25, 2020 – New York

11 – Xen Modelhttps://xenmodel.bandcamp.com/album/ostor10:15 – Slalomvillehttps://slalomville.bandcamp.com/album/fell-ep9:30 – Cattyhttps://catty.bandcamp.com/album/scratch

Marshall Estrin, Composition – The Juilliard School
February 25, 2020 – New York

Marshall Estrin, Composition

Pasquale Grasso – Solo Guitar – Cafe Bohemia
February 25, 2020 – New York

The best guitar player Ive heard in maybe my entire life is floating around now, Pasquale Grasso, – Pat Metheny, Vintage Guitar MagazineBorn in Italy and now based in New York City, the 30-year- old guitarist has developed an astounding technique and concept informed not by jazz guitarists so much as by bebop pioneers like Powell, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie and the classical-guitar tradition. His new digital-only EP series, available beginning in June from Sony Masterworks, showcases Grasso in the solo-guitar format, where his intensive studies of both mid-century jazz and classical meld into a signature mastery that is, remarkably, at once unprecedented and evocative.

Stories, by Humans presented by Loop & Tie – Crosby Street Hotel
February 25, 2020 – New York

Come uncover Stories by Humans, and see what’s below the surface.About this EventStories, by Humans, is a night of storytelling by seven individuals each sharing a different life moment. Stories, by Humans, has one goal: create an avenue for storytelling as shared human experience by people across backgrounds, careers, and all manner of differences. Everyone has a defining moment, most people have several, and those stories go unheard too often.In an era where human connection is becoming more and more imperative to change the world, we need the opportunity to understand each other. With Stories, by Humans, we provide another opportunity to do just that.Join us as we hear from the following individuals as they share their own life defining moments:Steve Dean, Online Dating Consultant & Speaker, Dating Coach, Relationship Writer, Community BuilderLeiti Hsu, Show Host / Speaker, Food / Travel Expert, Company-Builder, Advisor / Cofounder, Journy, Contributor, ForbesIfeoma Ike, Co-Founding Partner of Think Rubix, LLC; co-founder of Black and Brown People Vote, Black Policy Lab and The PC WaySara Rodell, Founder/CEO of Loop & TieBenish Shah, CGO of Loop &… (read more)

Trade Day – Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
February 25, 2020 – New York

Bring in your treasures (valued at $1,000) or more and match wits with the amazing array of dealers you’ll find at the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center.Dust off your jewelry, paintings, porcelains, silver, antiquities, collectibles, and more, representing all genres and periods. Open to the public. Buy, sell, or trade!

Drew Yowell – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Drew Yowell

Katja ulc – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Katja ulc is a Slovenian vocalist moving between poetry and music.

Alyson Faith and Joe DeJesu – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Joe DeJesu

Alfonso Velez – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Alfonso Velez has become a closely guarded secret among audiences seeking his unique form of songcraft and lyricism.

Michael Daves – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Michael Daves was born in 1977 in the southern empire of Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up playing bluegrass in that grand old tradition of staying up late & singing real loud. As a young, impressionable-type person, he spent his free time at the venerable Freight Room, Atlanta’s answer to the Opry. There he learned at the footlights of the masters: Dallas Burell, Del McCoury, John Hartford, Norman Blake, and many others, as well as family friends Whit Connah and Barbara Panter. Although he’s since moved north, the humid south remains, lodged in his heart and sinus cavities.

Bobby Hawk – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Bobby Hawk

Impact Dining – Chaiwali
February 25, 2020 – New York

Come on out, meet friends, drink, or dine at the fabulous Chai Wali and a percentage of your tab will support Classical Theatre of Harlem

Special Guest Tba – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Special Guest TBA

The Soundshop, Vol. at Rockwood – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

The Soundshop, the community breaking down the silos of the music world through performances and engaging audience conversation, returns with another amazing Salon

Aleksander Simic, Cello – Weill Recital Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

Aleksander Simic, Cello

James Maddock – Rockwood Music Hall
February 25, 2020 – New York

James Maddock’s status as a fixture on the Folk and Americana scene is confirmed with every listen of any song in his prodigious catalog. Relix Magazine put it this way: « James Maddock possesses the kind of lived-in craggy voice that would sound authoritative if he were singing the sports pages. Fortunately, he doesn’t need to do that because his compositional skills are a match for his delivery. »

Big Mamou Special Fat Tuesday Gig – 11th St. Bar
February 25, 2020 – New York

It’s finally here! Big Mamou has been joining us for two rocking sets the « Last Tuesday of Every Month » and it all culminates tonight with « FAT TUESDAY ». Big Mamou plays a rocking mix of original and traditional Cajun, Country, and Zydeco. Fronted by accordionist/singer John Sherman and singer Julianne Fenhagen, the lineup also includes guitarist/pedal steel player Michael Levine, upright bassist Jim Fenhagen, drummer Billy Loos, and trombonist Fred Parcells. Their new album Deux can be heard atbigmamouband.

Theater Resources Unlimited February Panel Festivals: Working Hard to Give Your Show a Chance – The Actors Temple Theatre
February 25, 2020 – New York

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) presents the February Panel, Festivals: Working Hard to Give Your Show a Chance, on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at The Actors Temple Theatre, 339 W. 47th Street, NYC. Doors open at 7pm for networking and the panel starts at 7:30pm.If you think it’s daunting to produce yourself in a festival, take a moment to consider the complexity and challenge of running the festival itself. Here’s a behind the scenes peek at the history and evolution of a range of these safe havens for developing new work … why and how they came into being … what their mission is (and whether it is in sync with your own goals) … and how they may need to evolve and adapt to changes in our cultural and political environment. One of the major festivals just closed its doors, and others have gone on hiatus to regroup and redefine themselves. What changed? It isn’t easy, and they need you to be a part of their producing community. So come and learn all the basics about the submission process, deadlines, what’s expected of you and what you can expect from them.With confirmed panelistsSuzanna Bowling, producing manager for NYTheaterfest (Summerfest, Winterfest);Cate Cam… (read more)

Saul Rubin Zebtet – Fat Cat
February 25, 2020 – New York

Saul Rubin Zebtet

Itai Kriss & Gato Gordo – Fat Cat
February 25, 2020 – New York

Itai Kriss & Gato Gordo

After Hours hosted by Latin Bop – Fat Cat
February 25, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Latin Bop

Papa Vega’s Dream Shadows – Cafe Bohemia
February 25, 2020 – New York

Ernie Vega is a singer/songwriter, guitarist and mandolin player born and raised in Queens NYC. Ernie performs the blues in an original way, detailing the precise finger-picking styles by masters like Mississippi Fred McDowell. Ernie harbors a plethora of stories and information to go along with the songs. He is an aficionado of the blues, and a lovely character as well.

Billy Megofna – Prohibition
February 25, 2020 – New York

Billy Megofna Jr. is a professional guitarist and singer living in New York City. With over 3000 live performances to his credit, Billy’s fearless and adaptive approach to music has allowed him to be a successful private guitar instructor as well as a credible studio/session musician. Billy has experience in slide, acoustic, electric guitar and lead/background vocals. Aside from understanding the traditional aspects of guitar and vocals, Billy is continually exploring music through the use of a wide variety of effects pedals. Tone is always paramount but equally important is the need to explore the possibilities of creative and textural sounds. Billy can be both a role playing rhythm guitarist/singer or a stand alone lead guitarist.

Our Cosmic Ballet – American Museum of Natural History
February 25, 2020 – New York

All objects in the universe are in constant motion.Throughout our 13-billion-year history, and looking forward into the not-so-distant future, stars zip by each other, space objects collide, and galaxies merge. Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty uses the power of the Museum’s digital software to show guests the cosmic ballet of stars and galaxies as they dance around each other through time.Meet the PresenterJackie Faherty is a senior scientist and senior education manager in the American Museum of Natural Historys Department of Astrophysics and the Department of Educationa unique position that lets her pursue scientific research while mentoring and advising education programs for students and the general public. She is working at the forefront of brown dwarf and exoplanet studies with over 80 peer reviewed papers on the topic and numerous top awards and grants won. She co-runs the dynamic research group called Brown Dwarfs in New York City, the extremely popular citizen science project called Backyard Worlds and is a leading expert in visualizing Gaia data in the form you are about to see.

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 25, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

James Rootring, Bass-Baritone – The Juilliard School
February 25, 2020 – New York

James Rootring, Bass-Baritone

Baile Noir WinterLust by BrennSelle – The Slipper Room
February 25, 2020 – New York

Baile Noir WinterLust by BrennSelle returns to The Slipper Room NYC!Its time once again to join BrennSelle and a cast of exhilarating performers as they whirl you through their annual winter play land known as WinterLust. Come and marvel at how each artists’ imagination come alive with titillating theatrical dance performances that celebrate the winter season! Will you catch a bit of frostbite from a mystical snow creature or will you feel all warm and fuzzy inside seeing hints of spring? Only one way to find out!The Slipper Room167 Orchard StreetNew York, Ny 10002Doors @ 7:00pmPerformances @ 8:00pmAdvanced Tickets $20.00Door Tickets $25.00Reserved Seating $35.00Tickets available online through Eventbrite!https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winterlust-a-belly-dance-soiree-tickets-90395841395Performers:Brenna CrowleyCarola ApsaraDanielle HuttonGiselle MencioKaren Wahl and Caridad RiveraIrinaMakedaMika BeserumeRene Renata BerganSamantha NievesJacqueline ShimmiezzSingle Point Aerial Dance Co.AN EVENT TO MAKE YOU MELT!

Adam Larson Quartet – Smalls
February 26, 2020 – New York

Originally from Normal, IL, twenty six year-old saxophonist-composer Adam Larson, endorsed artist for P. Mauriat saxophones, D’Addario Woodwinds, Lebayle and Bari mouthpieces, began playing saxophone at the age .Bassist and composer Desmond White is rapidly becoming one of New York CityGlenn Zaleski is one of the most in-demand pianists on the New York City jazz scene. Originally from Boylston, MA, Glenn has made a name for himself playing .Jochen Rueckert was born in 1975 near Koeln, Germany and started playing drums at age six. In 1995 he moved to NYC, where he lives now.

DJ Dakar – Shrine
February 26, 2020 – New York

DJ Dakar is from the Pikine neighborhood of Dakar, Senegal, and now lives in Harlem, New York City. He got his start in the music business as an audio technician for radio and television in Dakar. He also DJ’d Dakar’s late-night, hip-hop radio show « Hotmix » on WALF-FM. Now in New York, DJ Dakar’s music is distinguished by his mixing of the latest hits in dance, hip-hop, Sengalese mbalax, reggae, Ivorian couper decaler, Congolese soukous, salsa, reggaeton and more.

Japanese Tea Ceremony: Omotesenke – Japan Society
February 26, 2020 – New York

The Japanese art of tea ceremony is a time-honored tradition still widely practiced today, but with so many tools and so much etiquette, learning this beautiful practice can seem daunting. At our workshop, an instructor from the Omotesenke Domonkai Eastern Region USA school of tea ceremony will guide guests through the delicate steps of a traditional tea ceremony in a casual setup.

Todd Baker / Andy Kissel – The 11th Street Bar:
February 26, 2020 – New York

TODD BAKER is a Brooklyn based but Southern raised singer/songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, writer and actor. Baker has six studio albums to his credit and has served as either front-man, bassist, guitarist or drummer for multiple bands including, most notably, Fountain Project, The Wicked Hemlocks, Featherweight and his own eponymously named solo project.

Jiawei Lyu, Piano – The Juilliard School
February 26, 2020 – New York

Jiawei Lyu, Piano

Hannah Geisinger, Viola – The Juilliard School
February 26, 2020 – New York

Hannah Geisinger, Viola

Rannveig Marta Sarc, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 26, 2020 – New York

Rannveig Marta Sarc, Violin

Thalia Navas, Bassoon and Ipek Karataylioglu, Flute – The Juilliard School
February 26, 2020 – New York

Thalia Navas, Bassoon and Ipek Karataylioglu, Flute

The Music of Chick Corea | Juilliard Jazz Orchestra – The Juilliard School
February 26, 2020 – New York

The Juilliard Jazz Orchestra presents the big band music of Chick Corea live in concert at Peter Jay Sharp Theater.

Jin Wen Sheu, Violin – The Juilliard School
February 26, 2020 – New York

Jin Wen Sheu, Violin

MONSTA X Karaoke Night at Sony Square NYC – Sony Square NYC
February 26, 2020 – New York

Choose from a selection of your favorite songs and have your moment in the spotlight. Sing your heart out, enter to win hourly MONSTA X raffle prizes, and enjoy complimentary eats.

West Village Word: Lindsey Wilson & The Human Hearts – Cafe Bohemia
February 26, 2020 – New York

West Village Word is a monthly curation by poet and jazz journalist John Pietaro at the legendary Cafe Bohemia. The series features integrated poetry and music conjuring the Village’s creative past and the spoken word to be via JazzPoetry, Neo-Beat and Post-Punk verse.Schedule:10pm: opening number by SHADOWS (poet John Pietaro and bassist Laurie Towers)10:05pm: LINDSEY WILSON & THE HUMAN HEARTS: vocalist/guitarist/poet/actress Lindsey Wilson, drummer Reggie Sylvester, bassist Michael Trotman with guest saxophonist.

West Village Word: Puma Perl & Friends – Cafe Bohemia
February 26, 2020 – New York

West Village Word is a monthly curation by poet and jazz journalist John Pietaro at the legendary Cafe Bohemia. The series features integrated poetry and music conjuring the Village’s creative past and the spoken word to be via JazzPoetry, Neo-Beat and Post-Punk verse.Schedule:8pm: Opening number by SHADOWS (poet John Pietaro and bassist Laurie Towers)8:05 pm: PUMA PERL & FRIENDS: poet Puma Perl, violinist Walter Steding, saxophonist Danny Ray, guitarist Joff Wilson, bassist Joe Sztabnik and drummer Dave Donen.

A History of New York City in 27 Buildings: Sam Roberts in Conversation – The Graduate Center, CUNY
February 26, 2020 – New York

Sam Roberts, longtime reporter at The New York Times and host of CUNY-TV’s program The New York Times Close Up, speaks about his new book A History of New York in 27 Buildings: The 400-Year Untold Story of an American Metropolis. Exploring the history of the city via the prism of architecture, Roberts describes how these structuressome iconic, others far less soshaped New York’s political, economic, and social development. He joins in a conversation with Rob Snyder, who was recently appointed Manhattan borough historian.Presented with the Gotham Center for New York City History.

Orin Swift Wine Dinner at Irvington – Irvington
February 26, 2020 – New York City

Join us at Irvington Restaurant for an elevated evening and enjoy a four-course dinner paired with premium wines from Orin Swift.Wednesday February 26th[7:00pm seating]The menu includes four courses paired with Orin Swift wines. Dinner is $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity.First Courseseared salmon oyster butter, chervilBlank Stare, Sauvignon Blanc, 2018Second Coursesmoked sunchoke agnolotti ricotta, spigarello, cara caraMannequin, Chardonnay, 2017Third Courseroasted duck breast charred carrots, cherry jusMachete, Petite Syrah, 2017Dessertchocolate terrine mascarpone, black pepper, strawberry8 Years in the Dessert, Zinfandel, 2017 featuring Blank Stare

The Snozzberries – Rockwood Music Hall
February 26, 2020 – New York

Swirling psychedelia, funk and fusion in lively whirlwinds of sonic pleasure, The Snozzberries are Asheville’s freakiest musical pioneers. Since their formation in fall of 2017, The Snozzberries have been building their name as the Southeast’s most electrifying live band. Their infectious grooves have been unavoidable for Asheville concert goers, who caught them headlining the Asheville Music Hall, hosting the Disco Biscuits afterparty, and playing at The Orange Peel supporting Here Come The Mummies. Their 2019 summer highlights include Sweetwater 420 Festival, Resonance Music & Arts Festival, Papadosio’s Summer Seequence (afterparty), Soulshine Farm Fest (2 sets), Lotus Afterparty, Xpandfest, Groverfest, Dark Star’s Pisgah Jubilee, and more. The Snozzberries newest release, « No Evil, » came out in January 2019. Recorded at The Eagle Room in Asheville, NC, these studio cuts reflect the band’s unique dichotomy of thoughtful bliss and visceral excitement.

Young Talents World Festival of Performing Arts 2020 – Weill Recital Hall
February 26, 2020 – New York

Young Talents World Festival of Performing Arts 2020

Thor Jensen – Rockwood Music Hall
February 26, 2020 – New York

I want to show people that rock and roll guitar doesn’t have to be fucking dumb and predictable.

Mark Bragg – Rockwood Music Hall
February 26, 2020 – New York

Such a pleasure to hear this record. It feels like a gutsy, stripped-back departure for the St. John’s legend best known for frenetic and fiery alt-rock.

Joy Askew – Rockwood Music Hall
February 26, 2020 – New York

Vocalist Joy Askew recorded much of her debut for Private Music/BMG, Tender City, in her home studio. She had no idea at the time that her tracks would be the foundation for her first solo album. But Askew, a veteran vocalist and sidewoman singer to performers as varied as Joe Jackson, Peter Gabriel, Laurie Anderson and Rodney Crowell, agreed with the record executives’ assessment that it was time for her to step into the limelight. Aside from her work as a touring vocalist with these artists, she’s also recorded with Phoebe Snow and Jules Shear, among others.

Emily Zuzik – Rockwood Music Hall
February 26, 2020 – New York

Emily Zuzik is an L.A. based Americana singer-songwriter who has planted her musical roots in a unique eclectic blend of alt-country, modern, rhythm & blues and rock music. She brings to her songs a woman’s vulnerability and strength in the tradition of Patsy Cline and Madonna. As a singer-songwriter, her music captures the film-noir essence of Los Angeles’ haunted past infused with the soul of the Memphis Stax sound. Her songs compel and engage as they call to mind her musical kinship with Carole King and Rickie Lee Jones. Her voice is warm as she seduces the listener in a way reminiscent of Sheryl Crow and Liz Phair. She is currently celebrating the release of her latest single Trouble, cowritten and produced by Grammy winning bassist Ted Russell Kamp (Tanya Tucker), coming out Feb. 7. Her full album, Torch & Trouble, comes out in May 2020.

Soul Sister Revue w/ Jive Poetic, T’ai Freedom Ford, & More – Von Bar
February 26, 2020 – New York

Join Soul Sister Revue for its Winter Show at Von Bar where we ask What does Soul mean to you? Readers include Jive Poetic (Clone Wars: A Poem by Jive Poetic), T’ai Freedom Ford (& more black), Catherine Chen (Manifesto, or: Hysteria), Starr Davis, and Susan John. Free w/1 drink. Soul Sister Revue is a quarterly reading series for established and emerging poets who write in the narrative tradition of storytelling.

thelovemaze.com Speed Dating Party Online Offline Party – The Oculus
February 26, 2020 – New York

Join the party, experience the virtual experience together, face to face!Note: You dont have to join the offline party to participate in the online part. But if you do prefer to meet, a profile and RSVP in LoveMaze is required to attend: https://thelovemaze.com/events/bwpLHjEA/ .A smart phone with data connection is required onsite.thelovemaze.com Speed Dating Party Online:Like nothing youve ever experienced, its LoveMazes monumental contribution to human love empowered by modern technology. Stable matching reveals the best prospect you can secure from the group. Gamification tests compatibilities based on your natural and genuine psychological tendencies and preferences. Virtualenables you to stay true to self and be free from the sway of physical attraction and the distraction of real-world noises. Science better than a crystal ball, it combines Mathematics, Psychology, Behavior, Social, Relationship, Compatibility; love is a complex subject. Fast, easy, powerful, effective, and fun 30 minutes go a long way in the virtual world!The Speed Dating Parties Online is for you to Get a true sense of each other and the probability of success before you fall… (read more)

Thrift Shop Comedy – Bowery Electric
February 26, 2020 – New York City

FREE weekly stand up showcase with hosts Randall Otis (Daily Show writer), Yedoye Travis (Comedy Central) & Sam Morrison (Stand Up NBC) featuring NYC’s hottest up and coming comedians next to big names from Netflix, HBO, Comedy Central and more!It is completely 100% free with house party vibes. Trust us, you wont regret it.

Raphael D’Lugoff Trio +1 – Fat Cat
February 26, 2020 – New York

Raphael D’Lugoff Trio +1

Sanah Kadoura Octet – Fat Cat
February 26, 2020 – New York

Sanah Kadoura Octet

After Hours hosted by Ned Goold – Fat Cat
February 26, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Ned Goold

Je Ne Sais Quoi – Bagatelle NYC
February 26, 2020 – New York

Bagatelle NYC is introducing that little something extra to Wednesday nights with their new weekly Je Ne Sais Quoi event. Beginning at 6:30pm, guests are invited to join an elevated dinner featuring selections such as truffle pizza, lobster and foie gras ravioli, and homemade Parisian gnocchi in black truffle sauce, and sip on new signature cocktails including the Le Marseillaise, Top Up Cucumber Tonic and French 75. At 10:00pm, an unforgettable party in true Bagatelle style begins when the DJ turns up « I Will Survive, » from the French World Cup anthem. and a massive French flag is unveiled throughout the restaurant. Je Ne Sais Quoi will bringing the Parisian flair unique to this celebrated evening–a tribute to an iconic French culture.Image: Bagatelle London.

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 26, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

UG! COMEDY SHOW!! @ Drexler’s: Tuesday Feb. 25th 2020 ed. – Drexler’s
Through February 26, 2020 – NYC

UG! COMEDY SHOW!! NOW @ Drexlers: Tuesday Feb. 25th, 2020 ed.Todd Montesi & Richard James present awesome comics in front of a cool supportive crowd in the epicenter of hip, NEW YORK CITY. Featuring both established comic veterans you’ve seen on TV to the up and comers, UG! guarantees a swell time all for FREE! We’ve also got tons of drink specials! Alors qu’est-ce que tu attends? Come down and UG! it with us!!!UG! COMEDY SHOW!! @ DrexlersPresented by Todd Montesi & Richard James9 Ave A (btwn E. 1st & 2nd st.)Showtime: 8:30PM No Cover, 1 Drink Min.For info/reservations: (646) 524-5226Via Subway: F train to 2nd AvenueThis Weeks Guests: (Tuesday Feb. 25th, 2020 ed.):The Return Of Josh Homer!Il Maestro Massimo Cannistraro! Uncut Gem Courtney Mclean!Wonder Wall Tommy Amado!Infinite Jest Gregory Hall!The International Serine A. Prive!Kid Buckets Asif Khan! & Clevelands Finest Jason Reynard!w/ Special Guest Host G-Man Brandon Trusso! Featuring The One True King of UG! Todd Montesi!& The Big Bawse Hawse Christopher Wagner!! DJd By Prodigal UG! The Son Richard James!! COME & #UGIT

Mike Bond Quintet – Smalls
February 27, 2020 – New York

One of the most striking qualities of Mike Bond’s superb debut recordingone of the most gifted young woodwind specialists on the modern scene. Anwar MarshallJosh EvansAs Wynton Marsalis said, ‘Ben Wolfe swings with authority.’ Including his recent Resident Arts Records release ‘Fatherhood,’ bassist-composer Ben Wolfe has released nine CDs.

K.Q & the Soundtrip – Funk Reggae Latin Soul – Shrine
February 27, 2020 – New York

Sound Trip infuses the mixture of different styles of music including funk, jazz, fusion, Latin and Soul. Encompassed with a foundation of blues the sultry songs with vocals will resonate in the soul of everyone who hears it. The musicians are all seasoned and proficient in there instruments. Playing for many years each of us has played the Shrine Venue dozens of times and also has played Silvana’s. A musical experience and a trip through many sounds is what’s expected.

DJ Saddam – Shrine
February 27, 2020 – New York

DJ Saddam from Ivory Coast Afrobeat DJ , Hip Hop ,House and more !!With 20 years of experience, the Multi- talented DJ is known in music entertainment as Host, Singer and played at many African Americans events including the international Mafrika Festival ,etc.

The Campion Brothers – The 11th Street Bar:
February 27, 2020 – New York

Chris Campion has one of the longest-running residencies at 11th St. Bar, « The Last Thursday of Every Month. » He formerly fronted The Knockout Drops and brings an eclectic mix of both original and cover songs tied together by some of the best between-song banter you’ll ever hear. He is joined at these gigs now by his brother, Billy Campion, who formerly fronted The Bogen and now performs under the name Vic Thrill.

William Socolof, Bass-Baritone – The Juilliard School
February 27, 2020 – New York

William Socolof, Bass-Baritone

The Harlem Sessions hosted by Marc Cary – Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
February 27, 2020 – New York

The Harlem Sessions hosted by Marc Cary

Parlando Presents: Dual Selves – Merkin Concert Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

A 75-minute concert exploring the relationship between music and dual identities. The program explores how certain dualities of self (nationality, traditions, and relationships) are represented musically.FRANZ SCHREKER IntermezzoGABRIELA LENA FRANK Leyendas: An Andean WalkaboutARNOLD SCHOENBERG Verklrte Nacht (Transfigured Night)Reception to follow.Come enjoy a performance of modern masterpieces with context!Ian Niederhoffer, Conductor

Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House – Salmagundi Club
February 27, 2020 – New York

The classic book Bricks & Brownstone, originally written by Charles Lockwood and published in 1972, is the first and still the only volume to examine in depth the changing form and varied architectural styles of the much-loved New York City row house, or brownstone. That edition helped pave the way for a brownstone revival that has transformed New Yorks historic neighborhoods over the past half-century.This revised and expanded edition, published by Rizzoli, revisits the classic comprehensively, with updated text and additional chapters, and an abundance of specially commissioned color photography.Join author Patrick W. Ciccone for a lecture and celebration of the revised edition of this classic work featuring Federal, Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, and Second Empire architectural styles and so much more.

French Impressions – Bohemian National Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Grace Park, violinGilles Vonsattel, pianoThe Calidore String QuartetDebussy Violin Sonata in G minorChausson Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet, Op.21

Evan Petruzzi – Rockwood Music Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Evan Petruzzi is a singer/songwriter from Long Island, New York. She sings with an unreserved passion that speaks an emotional truth. Combined with her catchy, melodic songs and her distinctive voice, Evan captures her audience with a sound uniquely her own. With meaningful lyrics, a heartfelt bluesy-pop musical style, and a powerful live show, Evan’s music appeals to a wide audience. She has performed in venues in the New York area with her five-piece band such as Mercury Lounge, The Bitter End, and Rockwood Music Hall and performed solo in places such as the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville and The Reserve in Sarasota.

Jeff Plankenhorn – Rockwood Music Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Jeff Plankenhorn

Walter Parks and Swamp Cabbage – Rockwood Music Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Walter Parks & Swamp Cabbage

Ryan Scott – Rockwood Music Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Ryan Scott

Chappo – Rockwood Music Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Brooklyn’s CHAPPO make driving, psychedelic, and post-punk-influenced indie rock. Formed by Baton Rouge native lead singer/songwriter Alex Chappo and Seattle-born keyboardist Chris Olson, the band expanded to include guitarist Dave Feddock and drummer Zac Colwell. Formed in Manhattan in 2007, CHAPPO released the EP Plastique Universe in 2010, followed by the Plastique Universe II: Pisces Princess EP a year later. In 2012, they issued their full-length debut, Moonwater, on Majordomo Records. Two more EPs, Petite Plastique and the free download Nothin’ to Sell Ya (featuring covers of Beck, Jefferson Airplane, and Kenny Rogers), followed in 2013. After multiple tours that included headlining, festival appearances, and shows supporting bands such as Royal Teeth, Big Data, and Imagine Dragons, CHAPPO signed with Votiv in late 2014. Another EP, Celebrate, came out in December of that year. A freewheeling concept album involving travel through a black hole, Future Former Self arrived in the spring of 2015.

Fancy Colors – Rockwood Music Hall
February 27, 2020 – New York

Fancy Colors

Backlash – Dixon Place
February 27, 2020 – New York

When an intersectional feminist brand receives backlash for almost exclusively hiring perky white women, the company does everything to get into the public’s good graces again. But the harder they try to fix it, the worse their image gets, especially when the brunt of the work falls on their one woman of color

Professional Development Workshop: Advancing Your Career Your Way – Japan Society
February 27, 2020 – New York

How do I advance in my career? What do I need to do to be better recognized for my efforts? Can I move to another field at this point in my career?It’s common to have these and other questions as we aim to achieve our career goals while balancing personal and professional commitments.This event is designed to provide mid-career professionals with a framework and approaches to enhance the potential for career advancement. Participants will also be guided in developing action plans that translate aspirations into reality.Maureen McGurl, CEO of Sutton Place HR Consulting Group, LLC who is a leading expert in career development planning will conduct the workshop.Speaker:Maureen McGurl, Chief Executive Officer, Sutton Place HR Consulting Group, LLC.

Cafe Bohemia Jazz Quartet w/ Jon-Erik Kellso – Cafe Bohemia
February 27, 2020 – New York

2 sets, 8PM and 10PM.Visit Eventbrite for early and late show tickets.Trumpeter Jon-Erik Kellso has been leading The EarRegulars featuring guitarist Matt Munisteri and various guest artists at the Ear Inn on Sunday nights since 2007. On Mondays and Tuesdays Jon plays with Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks at Iguana on West 54th Street. Aside from these steadies, Jon can also be seen performing at all the great NYC venues, including Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Birdland, the Blue Note, the Iridium, the Jazz Standard, Small’s, etc.Jon-Erik can be heard on several television and movie soundtracks, including Ghost World, « The Aviator, » « The Good Shepherd, » « Bessie » and « Mildred Pierce » with Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks. He can be seen and heard in « Revolutionary Road, » and in the HBO series, « Boardwalk Empire, » for which the Nighthawks won a Grammy.Jon is on well over 100 CDs, including several CDs as a leader and three with his mentor Ruby Braff. The eponymously titled CD, « The EarRegulars » was recorded in Berlin in 2014, and Jon-Erik Kellso and The EarRegulars « In the Land of Beginning Again » was recorded in New Orleans in 2015.

Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum present flutist Nicole Mitchell – Jewish Museum, Scheuer Auditorium
February 27, 2020 – New York

Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum’s 2019-2020 concert season continues on February 27 at 7:30pm at the Jewish Museum’s Scheuer Auditorium. Flutist Nicole Mitchell’s trio Matape, with Val Jeanty and Chad Taylor, creates ancient future soundscapes informed by the African diaspora through flute, Afro-Electronica, and percussion. This season’s Bang on a Can performances celebrate the unique power of artist’s voices, and Mitchell, emerging from Chicago’s innovative music scene in the late 90s, continues that theme. The 2019-2020 season marks the sixth year of the Jewish Museum and Bang on a Can’s partnership.$12-20.Presented by Bang on a Canhttps://thejewishmuseum.org/calendar/events/2020/02/27/performance-nicole-mitchell-022720 info@bangonacan.org 718-852-7755

RISK! Live – Caveat
February 27, 2020 – New York

RISK! is a live show and podcast where people tell true stories they never thought theyd dare to share in public, hosted by Kevin Allison of the legendary TV sketch comedy troupe, The State. The award-winning live show happens monthly in New York and Los Angeles and has featured people like Janeane Garofalo, Trevor Noah, Ilana Glazer, Samantha Bee,Margaret Cho, Marc Maron, Sarah Silverman, Lili Taylor, Dan Savage and more, dropping the act and showing a side of themselves weve never seen before. The weekly RISK! podcast gets 1.5 million downloads each month.Slate.comcalled it jaw-dropping, hysterically funny, and just plain touching.

Avi Rothbard Band – Fat Cat
February 27, 2020 – New York

Avi Rothbard Band

Anthony Wonsey Group – Fat Cat
February 27, 2020 – New York

Anthony Wonsey Group

After Hours hosted by Reid Taylor – Fat Cat
February 27, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Reid Taylor

Plagued by Fire: The Dreams and Furies of Frank Lloyd Wright – The Graduate Center, CUNY
February 27, 2020 – New York

In a reassessment of the life of Frank Lloyd Wright, whose creative brilliance was matched by his rank egotism, Paul Hendrickson has produced a biography that will change the way we understand the mind and work of the premier American architect. In showing Wrights facades along with their cracks, the new book helps to form a fresh, deep, and more human understanding of Wright. Hendrickson, author of the acclaimed Hemingways Boat and professor at the University of Pennsylvania, speaks with Kai Bird, executive director of the Leon Levy Center for Biography.Presented with the Leon Levy Center for Biography.

Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum present flutist Nicole Mitchell – Jewish Museum, Scheuer Auditorium
February 27, 2020 – New York

Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum’s 2019-2020 concert season continues on February 27 at 7:30pm at the Jewish Museum’s Scheuer Auditorium. Flutist Nicole Mitchell’s trio Matape, with Val Jeanty and Chad Taylor, creates ancient future soundscapes informed by the African diaspora through flute, Afro-Electronica, and percussion. This season’s Bang on a Can performances celebrate the unique power of artist’s voices, and Mitchell, emerging from Chicago’s innovative music scene in the late 90s, continues that theme. The 2019-2020 season marks the sixth year of the Jewish Museum and Bang on a Can’s partnership.

Alex and Ricky’s House Party – Prohibition
February 27, 2020 – New York

The stage at Prohibition transforms into « Alex and Ricky’s House Party » as the pair call upon their favorite musicians to gather in one place for sing-alongs and on-stage improvisation. Participate in the excitement when they play songs as a duet, trio, or full band with artists they’ve shared the stage with over the years.

The Push and Pull – Groove
February 27, 2020 – New York

21 & overTwo drink minimumThe Push and Pull is a soul-jazz funk combo led by guitarist Gabriel Caplan (Fred Thomas of the J.B.’s).

Valentine: Love It or Leave It – NoHo Sound
February 27, 2020 – New York

Sean Altman & Jack Skuller: The Everly Brothers’ sweet, sultry harmonies come back to life!Carolyn Castiglia: Comedy Central, MTV, VH1, HLN, WE tv, fyi, LifetimeJiji Lee: Kennedy Center; published in New Yorker, NY Times, Wash PostKambri Crews: Runs QED variety show in Queens; NYT best-selling memoir Susan Seliger: Host, Journalist (NY Times, New York Mag. Wash. Post) Chief Mischief-makerTHE DEAL: * Save $5 OnlineDoors 7:30pm | Showtime 8:00pm | WHEN: Thurs. 2.27.2020WHERE: New Location: Noho Sound at 75 Murray St. Former 75 Club, in landmark Bogardus Mansion

Mackenzie Shivers in « Shivers & Strings: The Unkindness » – Feinstein’s / 54 Below
February 27, 2020 – New York

Recording artist and composer Mackenzie Shivers makes her Feinsteins/54 Below debut in ‘Shivers & Strings: The Unkindness.’ Alongside a string quartet and upright bass, Shivers performs songs from her critically acclaimed 2019 release ‘The Unkindness,’ an album that stands like a powerful army with resilient soldiers on the battle lines fighting against the unkindness that appears in the world. Featuring the talents of bassist Yuka Tadano (Smokey Joes Caf, The Lightning Thief), multi-instrumentalists Sarah Elizabeth Haines (Hamilton, Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812) and Claire Wellin (Once), violinist Camellia Hartman, cellist Jon Chen, and Shivers herself on piano and vocals, the evening is sure to allure and charm each listener, pulling them into a stunning musical terrain.Mackenzie will be joined by Kenyon Phillips (Unisex Salon, The Life and Death of Kenyon Phillips), crowned the new King of New York by The Huffington Post, a wildly theatrical singer, songwriter, and performance artist.Additional special guests are singer-songwriters and performers Jess Clinton and Georgia Sackler.

Film Screening and NYC Premiere of The Movie – Come Back Daily Soho
February 27, 2020 – New York

Come Back Daily and Dr. Snaxxx present the NYC premiere of Michael Mandells movie, The Movie, on Thurs 2/27 from 7:30-10pm at our store location in Soho, 301 Canal Street.The Movie is about a creepy director who forces a washed-up actress to star in his movie with him, which just so happens to be the worst movie of all time. But will it be her last?Part comedy, part drama, part thriller, The Movie is a commentary on our appetite for violence and our treatment of women in film.Starring Bonnie Root and Jarrod Pistilli. 86 minutes. Unrated and all sorts of bizarre.Doors at 7:30pm | Movie at 8pmNo cost to attend w/ RSVP!YOU MUST RSVP, SPACE IS LIMITED

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 27, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

Famous Bugs – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 27, 2020 – Hudson Square

A Cricket in Times Square, Charlotte’s Web, The Very Hungry Caterpillar! All of these stories are based around famous bugs with assigned human qualities to bring them to life in our eyes. Some of history’s most compelling storytellers have reimagined bugs into epic unforgettable characters. Today at the Clay Bar, create your own famous bug and bring them to life with unique traits you would love a bug to have! Does your cricket wear a top hat? Does your Ant wear a monocle? Make your bug famous today at the clay bar!

Flowers & Glass at 180 The Store – 180 The Store
Through February 27, 2020 – New York

We are excited to exhibit the glass sculptures of American artist John Torreano, in collaboration with Mel Furukawa on February 20th, from 6-8pm.Mel Furukawa, a floral designer, will be curating the show and making floral arrangements in Torreano’s work using seasonal flowers and branches.John Torreano was born in Flint, MI and has worked in a variety of mediums and methods including painting, sculpture, relief, furniture and hand-blown glass. His works have been exhibited at the Whitney Museum of Art and the MoMA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery, the Whitney, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and many others.Torreano theorizes that all art « exists somewhere between a totally abstract creation and a total reproduction of physical things in the world. » Torreano uses the gems and glass to bring together the world of theory and the world of things.Please join us on Thursday, February 20th from 6-8pm for the opening of FLOWERS & GLASS.

NYU Emerging Writers – KGB Bar
February 28, 2020 – New York

NYU Emerging Writers

Winard Harper Group – Smalls
February 28, 2020 – New York

Downbeat magazine says, « Winard Harper is one of his generation’s greatest standards bearers.

E.J. Strickland Group – Smalls
February 28, 2020 – New York

Enoch Jamal “E.J.” Strickland is the world-class, world-traveled drummer, composer, educator, and artist you’ve heard on over 60 albums in the last 10-plus years.

Led Zeppelin Tribute Lez Zeppelin Perform Physical Graffiti More – Gramercy Theatre
February 28, 2020 – New York

16+ Unless Accompanied by a GuardianFounded in 2004 by New York Guitarist, Steph Paynes, the All-Girl Quartet, Lez Zeppelin, Has Since Gained Unanimous Critical Acclaim as One of the Most Exciting Live Acts Around, Becoming the First Female Rock Act to Pay Homage to Led Zeppelin and to Garner Rave Reviews Across the Board. Lez Zeppelin Stays True to the Musically Audacious Spirit of the Original, Delivering the Legendary Rock Band’s Blistering Arrangements and Monstrous Sound Note-For-Note at Sold-Out Frenzied Shows Around the World. in June, 2013, Jimmy Page Attended Their Show in London and Said of the Group, « They Played the Led Zeppelin Music With an Extraordinary Sensuality and an Energy and Passion That Highlighted Their Superb Musicianship.

The Blicker Blues Band – Fine & Rare
February 28, 2020 – New York

The Blicker Blues Band

Duke Bantu X- Jazz – Shrine
February 28, 2020 – New York

Duke Bantu Hali.. born in Durban South Africa, from a family of musicians. And raised in and around Southern part of Africa. I spent some time attending a number of performing arts schools and workshops- around South Africa and Zimbabwe/ Rhodesia in the Apartheid era. My father and Mother were music gurus, I learned a lot from them. Also, my grand parents William and Elvira Zuma Mseleku were music gurus.

Edu Mora Organ Trio- World Jazz – Shrine
February 28, 2020 – New York

Spread the word is a project focused in the arrangements and mixture of popular music with different genres like world music, folk music and jazz. Creating an interesting new palette of musical colors and flavors. Vox: Sasha Dubyk Sax: Luis Alberto Sigenza Guitar: Edu Mora Costa Bass: Dylan DeBiase Drums: Reggie Thomas Jr.D

Bernadette Barnes & Call Me Dope- Soul R&B – Shrine
February 28, 2020 – New York

Introducing Bernadette Barnes. This Baltimore born singer/songwriter has been described as a vocal powerhouse. Her sound is as unique as the city in which she was born. Baltimore is a place where the buzz of The North East meets the charm of The South and Bernadette’s voice reflects just that. A mix of melodic undertones and racy runs, her voice will leave you spellbound. She combines the grace of the late great Whitney Huston, the corky creativity of Erykah Badu with the raw power of Jennifer Hudson. She has graced some of the world’s most prominent stages including McDonald’s Gospel fest, Groove NYC and even made an appearance at the 2018 U.S Open. Her sound can neither be defined nor contained. She’s a true original.

Bernadette Barnes & Call Me Dope- Soul R&B – Shrine
February 28, 2020 – New York

Introducing Bernadette Barnes. This Baltimore born singer/songwriter has been described as a vocal powerhouse. Her sound is as unique as the city in which she was born. Baltimore is a place where the buzz of The North East meets the charm of The South and Bernadette’s voice reflects just that. A mix of melodic undertones and racy runs, her voice will leave you spellbound. She combines the grace of the late great Whitney Huston, the corky creativity of Erykah Badu with the raw power of Jennifer Hudson. She has graced some of the world’s most prominent stages including McDonald’s Gospel fest, Groove NYC and even made an appearance at the 2018 U.S Open. Her sound can neither be defined nor contained. She’s a true original.

Rho & The Nomads – World / Reggae – Shrine
February 28, 2020 – New York

Rho & The Nomads is a collection of veteran NYC musicians with a love for groovy world rhythms.

The Foundation – Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre – Hell’s Kitchen
February 28, 2020 – New York

One of UCBs longest running Maude teams takes its bold and provocative brand of sketch comedy to a new Friday show. The Foundation is unique not only for the diversity of its members, but also for its direct takes on current issues of race, culture and politics. From a group of white office workers throwing an « MLK Day Party » for their black colleague to a Boeing focus group featuring the sole survivor of a 737 Max 8 plane crash, The Foundation consistently goes there and makes you laugh hard along the way.

Strawberry Blonde Abrielle Scharff Luna Rose Darryl Rahn – Arlene’s Grocery
February 28, 2020 – New York City

Abrielle Scharff (album release show) Strawberry Blonde, Luna Rose, Darryl Rahn at Arlene’s Grocery!

Lezlie Harrison – Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
February 28, 2020 – New York

Lezlie Harrison

thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Art @ The Guggenheim Museum – Guggenheim Museum
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

Connect art with love. Meet and match to explore the sea of art in partnership. Partnering is done with LoveMazes scientific match making algorithm.Dont forget to unlock mazes to locate potential matches and go on virtual dates to get acquainted before your joint venture.RSVP to secure a spot: https://thelovemaze.com/eventsJoin LoveMaze today, Unlock Mazes to identify your activity partners, and start earning Maze Credits to get Free fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

DeShawn Alexander – Rockwood Music Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

Born in Denver, Colorado, DeShawn began playing music at the ripe old age of three. By the age of seven he became the organist in his grandparents’ Commerce City-based church. He went on to attend the Berklee College of Music where he formed the hip hop band Viva La Hop. Since then he has shared the stage and toured with many incredible artists in the worlds of jazz, hip hop, blues, rock and funk—including Marcus King, Eric Krasno, Talib Kwalie, Joe Louis Walker, and many more. Check out his solo album « On the Groove, » streaming on Spotify and Apple Music.

Niu Raza – Rockwood Music Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

Hailing from Madagascar, singer-songwriter Niu Raza’s music is a blend of jazzy vocals, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop.

The Jazz Bastards – Pangea
February 28, 2020 – New York

Come see the NYC sextet, The Jazz Bastards, perform both original music and jazz standards with a vaudeville comedy edge. The group is known for its energetic stage presence and performances like no other! They perform every last Friday of the month at the Pangea. Enjoy a night of jazz, comedy and good food and drinks at this iconic East Village supper club! Show begins at 9:30 and will wrap up at 11. For more information and reservations, visit thejazzbastards.com

Craig Greenberg – Rockwood Music Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

Craig garnered his reputation as his generation’s « troubadour piano man » (Jambands.com), from his start performing in the bars and on the streets of Chile and Spain, living there in the early 2000’s. With his infectious melodies and musicianship reminiscent of Billy Joel or Ben Folds, Greenberg creates a sound that is at once both familiar and unique. His voice is filled with soul and personality, reflecting his New York City roots, and also his professional musician beginnings abroad. Touring nationally and internationally, Greenberg currently calls Queens home.

Nick Africano – Rockwood Music Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

A son of the moon. A butterfly bull. A true aritst and creator. Nick Africano is part singer-songwriter, part poet, multi-intrumentalist, band-leader, solo performer, experimenter with watercolors, and actor.

Tuelo – Rockwood Music Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

TUELO is led by South African born Tuelo Minah who brings her traditional influences to the bold, soulful, punk-rock sound from New York City that can simply be dubbed revival music. There is heartbreaking storytelling and rebellious passion in Tuelo’s music, with an unraveling mind and captivating voice which inspired a recent Huffington Post article to dub her « New York’s Best Singer (and the world’s)! » TUELO sounds like the wild child of Nina Simone and David Bowie, who grew up with Sex Pistols and Blondie posters on her wall, and was taught music by Miriam Makeba. Fate was on her sidefrom a shy, non-singing child to being a vocalist on Grammy winning albums, TUELO is carving out a permanent and memorable place in popular music worldwide. After an homage album to her homeland with her cousins in 2014, we are now seeing the emergence of a new, courageous and raw TUELO that will make waves in the music world from Cape Town to LA. They are crafting powerful, raw live show experiences and bringing soul revival in their multi-genre EP album.

Kevin Harrison & True North – Rockwood Music Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

evin Harrison & True North was founded to bring a once familiar style of music back to the forefront of New York City’s legendary scene rock & roll.

Bohemia After Dark Jazz Jam Fridays 12am 3am Led by the Bohemia Allstars – Cafe Bohemia
February 28, 2020 – New York

The Jam Session Fridays at the Cafe Bohemia DONATIONS Late night Jam Sessions – All Jazz Musicians Welcome! 12AM – 3AM House Band: The Bohemia Allstars led by Kyle Poole Sponsored in

thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Art @ MOMA – Museum of Modern Art
February 28, 2020 – New York

Connect art with love. Meet and match to explore the sea of art in partnership. Partnering is done with LoveMazes scientific match making algorithm.Dont forget to unlock mazes to locate potential matches and go on virtual dates to get acquainted before your joint venture.RSVP to secure a spot: https://thelovemaze.com/eventsJoin LoveMaze today, Unlock Mazes to identify your activity partners, and start earning Maze Credits to get Free fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Electric Voices – Bloomingdale School of Music
February 28, 2020 – New York

Bloomingdale School of Music: FREE CONCERT SERIES -Electric Voices

Ray Gallon Trio – Fat Cat
February 28, 2020 – New York

Ray Gallon Trio

Ray Gallon Trio – Fat Cat
February 28, 2020 – New York

Ray Gallon Trio

Live Recording: Leap Day Trio w/Mimi Jones & Jeff Lederer – February 28 – Cafe Bohemia
February 28, 2020 – New York

2 sets, 8PM and 10PM. Visit Eventbrite for early and late show tickets.Join us for the first live recording in 60 years at the legendary Cafe Bohemia!Giant Step Arts presents the Leap Day Trio (Matt Wilson, Jeff Lederer & Mimi Jones) at the New Cafe Bohemia. This is the first recording in 60 years at the legendary club and was put in motion by Jim Austin Editor-in-Chief of Stereophile magazine introducing Jimmy Katz to Cafe Bohemias Christine Santelli. Matt Wilson explains, one evening the renowned jazz photographer, recording engineer Jimmy Katz, called me with a brilliant idea. He suggested we make a live recording at the recently reopened Cafe Bohemia as part of his non-profit presenting organization, Giant Steps Arts. The original club, which was a NYC favorite from 1955-60, was a venue where Kenny Dorham, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Randy Weston and George Wellington made celebrated live recordings. »Jimmy Katz requested that I involve my frequent collaborator, saxophonist extraordinaire Jeff Lederer. I am big fan of bassist Mimi Jones so I wrote her and she was excited to be a part of the collective trio. So we are writing and workshopping original songs to be rec… (read more)

The Supreme Queens – Fat Cat
February 28, 2020 – New York

The Supreme Queens

Oscar Perez Cuban Afro Fusion – Fat Cat
February 28, 2020 – New York

Oscar Perez Cuban Afro Fusion

After Hours hosted by Tadataka Unno – Fat Cat
February 28, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Tadataka Unno

Algorithms, Culture, Ethics: A Conversation – The National Arts Club
February 28, 2020 – New York

Join us and our partner creative tech organization, CTW for a conversation about how computer programmers and their algorithms are shaping our world. The event will feature a sneak peek into a new book by Clive Thompson, Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World which explores the culture and influence of the programmers that increasingly impact so much of our daily lives.

Eastside Mix – Prohibition
February 28, 2020 – New York

Eastside Mix puts a unique spin on the Billboard Top 40 with creative mashups, transitions and choreography.

The Town Halls Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, celebrating Solange Knowles – The Town Hall
February 28, 2020 – New York

GRAMMY Award-winning singer/songwriter and visual artist Solange Knowles will be the first-ever recipient of The Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, the first major entertainment award to be named after a woman of color, honoring excellence at the intersection of arts and activism. Knowles will be honored at a special event which will be held at The Town Hall in New York City on Friday, February 28, 2020. She will be awarded $100,000 to donate to Project Row Houses, a Houston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering people and enriching communities through engagement, art and direct action. The organization, founded in 1993, is a catalyst for transforming community through the celebration of art and African-American history and culture.

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 28, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

Pick-a-Piece – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 28, 2020 – Hudson Square

Explore the exhibition in the gallery and pick your favorite piece. Think about how you would sculpt it and identify the broad shapes and structures. Next, go back to the Clay Bar and fabricate it with clay!

Young Genius: Mozart and His Mentors – Hudson View Gardens
February 28, 2020 – New York

PROGRAMOboe Quartets in G and Bb by Johann Christian BachOboe Quartet after K158 in F and K285b in Bb by Wolfgang Amadeus MozartTrio in A minor Ho.XI:87 by Franz Joseph HaydnTrio in Eb by Leopold Mozart

ReFashion Week – Multiple Venues
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

DonateNYC and the Foundation for New Yorks Strongest present ReFashion Week NYC 2020celebrating secondhand and sustainable fashion in New York City, through a series of events designed to challenge your style and ReFashion your world! Join us February 22-28, 2020 for an exciting week of shopping, swapping, mending, and discussions.

Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover – Photography Exhibit – ZAZ10TS
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

Israeli artist Boaz Aharonovitchs photo-diary Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover artfully documents a gardening project that took place in his studio. Incorporating photographic works and a single-channel video art installation, the archived garden is created from flowers, vegetation, and containers Aharonovitch collected from his immediate surroundings. He cultivated his plants, staged them to create the most appealing images and photographed them, hoping the images will attract an unknown lover. The outcome of the process is a meditation on the fleeting nature of the garden as a metaphor for the passage of time and longing. Presented in conjunction with the Friends of Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jersualem, at ZAZ10TS, an ongoing cultural initiative that integrates art into the office building at 10 Times Square.

Grandma’s Braised Pork – Rolln
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

ROLLN has also launched a winter specialGrandma’s Braised Pork, a hand roll with slow-cooked pork for over 8 hours with a blend of warming spices. This menu is taken straight from one of the co-owners Grandma’s recipes!

Growing a Garden for an Unknown Lover – ZAZ10TS
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

Israeli artist Boaz Aharonovitchs photo-diary documents a gardening project that took place in his studio. Incorporating photographic works and a single-channel video art installation, the archived garden is created from flowers, vegetation, and containers Aharonovitch collected from his immediate surroundings. He cultivated his plants, staged them to create the most appealing images and photographed them, hoping the images will attract an unknown lover. The outcome of the process is a meditation on the fleeting nature of the garden as a metaphor for the passage of time and longing.Boaz Aharonovitch received his BFA and MFA from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. His work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, including solo exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Bielefeld, Germany; Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York; and Braverman Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Aharonovitch has won several awards such as the Rich foundation Award for an Israeli Artist, the Israeli Culture and Sports ministry prize, and Sharet Foundation Grant.Curator Aya Goshen was born and raised in Israel and moved to New York, where sh… (read more)

The Fine Arts Library – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 28, 2020 – Hudson Square

Teaching Artists have created a communal bookshelf in the Pepperman Family Fine Arts Studio for books made by young artists! Today in the studio, create your own artist book and leave it on the shelf for other CMA friends to read and enjoy. By sharing these special books with others, we can help foster a sense of community in our studio!

AR Portraits – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 28, 2020 – Hudson Square

Augmented Reality (AR) allows us to create digitally in the real world. We can paint in three dimensions, add digital characters to real life and draw over reality as we envision it! Using this tool, create tracings of your grown up’s face! Add sunglasses, moustache, or bugged out eyes and amplify the world we live in!

Narciso Rodriguez Sample Sale – Narciso Rodriguez Atelier
Through February 28, 2020 – New York

Pieces include SS20, FW19, SS19, and mixed seasonal samples50 75% off retail, $75-$400Cash and Credit Card acceptedWalk-ins welcome!

Interactive Cityscape – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 28, 2020 – Hudson Square

Today in the gallery, we are making work inspired by Stephanie Beck. Beck makes work about architecture and the places where people live. Teaching Artists have created large scale cardboard buildings it’s your job to add things happening in the windows and to move around the buildings! Rearrange the city over and over again and have a discussion about changing public spaces.

Watch Me Work: Lichtenstein Editions – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

For this Saturday only, we’re joined by Gary Lichtenstein of Lichtenstein Editions. Gary is a silkscreen printer, and he’ll be treating one side of the studio as a print lab, where young artists can observe the process and ask any questions they have for Gary. They can also aid in the process and take home their own finished product at the end of the day!

Crickets – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

In honor of Love Crickets, Save the Planet sculpt your own cricket at the Clay Bar! Give it a home, or sculpt it as it exists in nature.

Kitchen Planning Workshop – IKEA Planning Studio
February 29, 2020 – Manhattan

Design your dream kitchen! Welcome to the IKEA Planning Studio! Do you want a smart, multi-functional, stylish kitchen designed to meet your everyday wants and needs? If so, join us during our kitchen workshops every Saturday!* Well show you how to combine function and form to create a kitchen that youll love spending time in. RSVP below, show your IKEA Family card, or come in to sign up on site to join the free workshops and enjoy refreshments. Get special offers with your Family card as well! *Our kitchen workshops will take place at the IKEA Planning Studio from 1-2:30 p.m. from February 22nd through March 21st. RSVP here. Spring Kitchen Event Offers: February 19th through March 29th: 30% OFF select doors 10% OFF custom Quartz countertops Up to 50% off select appliances

Watson Adventures Met Madness Scavenger Hunt: The Trivia Edition – Metropolitan Museum of Art
February 29, 2020 – New York

Its a trivia quiz! Its a scavenger hunt! Wait, its both! Heres a chance to show off your knowledge of unusual facts on this unique trivia scavenger hunt for adults at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. On this hunt, each question challenges your team to come up with an answer to a trivia question. That answer then becomes a crucial clue to answering a question about an object on display. Experience in art is not required! The trivia comes from movies, pop music, history, sports, science, books you name it. If you love pub quizzes, youll enjoy this hunt. Prices include museum admission. Advance purchase is required.

House Tours – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

Using layering, sequencing, and panning, create an animated house tour with the help of CMA Teaching Artists! Focus on conveying movement and create the illusion of traveling through a space.

Lucia Hierro Inspired Potluck – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

Use collage materials to make one of your favorite foods to contribute to our collage « potluck. » What food best represents your family and your background? What foods bring you comfort? Make them today and all them to our place settings in the gallery!

Rutgers – KGB Bar
February 29, 2020 – New York

Rutgers

2020 Visions of Justice Award – Stitch NYC
February 29, 2020 – new york

Join Art and Resistance Through Education (ARTE) for a celebration of art, human rights, and community. On Saturday, February 29th, join us in recognizing the recipient of the 2020 Visions of Justice Award, the first-ever award honoring a woman-identified visual artist of color dedicated to using their art to catalyze change, instill hope, and uplift their communities for human rights change.Along with honoring the Visions of Justice Award recipient, each $50 fundraiser ticket will include the following:1 complimentary drink ticket1 hour of light hor d’oeuvres1 hour music set by DJ Sabine Blaizinand a few other surprises!We can’t wait to see you there! If you reside out of New York City and/or are unable to attend, please consider making a matching contribution to ARTE’s 2020 Visions of Justice campaign.Nominations for the 2020 Visions of Justice Award currently being accepted!Nomination Link: https://www.artejustice.org/2020visionsofjusticeawardnomination

Luxury Whiskeys at Fine & Rare – Fine & Rare
February 29, 2020 – New York

This class features six luxury whiskeys. We consider them ‘single ingredient cocktails’ meant to be sipped and savored as they are. You will learn how to nose, taste and appreciate fine whiskey and what makes each expression so unique. This class is a treat for those looking for something a bit more special.

Winard Harper Group – Smalls
February 29, 2020 – New York

Downbeat magazine says, « Winard Harper is one of his generation’s greatest standards bearers.

Miss Maybell & The Jazz Age Artistes – Fine & Rare
February 29, 2020 – New York

Miss Maybell & The Jazz Age Artistes

Jazz Brunch: Kelly Green Duo – Fine & Rare
February 29, 2020 – New York

Jazz Brunch: Kelly Green Duo

Be Our Guest the Disney DJ Night – Gramercy Theatre
February 29, 2020 – New York

16+ Unless Accom16+ Unless Accompanied

E.J. Strickland – Smalls
February 29, 2020 – New York

Enoch Jamal & ; E.J.” Strickland is the world-class, world-traveled drummer, composer, educator, and artist you’ve heard on over 60 albums in the last 10-plus years.

Nutella Syrup Swap Shop – Vanderbilt Hall At Grand Central Terminal
February 29, 2020 – New York

On Saturday, February 29th from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET (or while supplies last), Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal will be home to the « Nutella Syrup Swap Shop, » a pop-up that will only « sell » one product – Nutella- and will only accept one form of « payment » – bottles of syrup.Stop by with your family and friends to swap out your bottle of syrup (open or unopened!) to receive pancakes topped with Nutella and a free 13 oz jar (while supplies last.) Don’t have syrup to swap? Stop by and see what we may have in store for you.

Celebrate Women in NYC’s Public Markets – Essex Market
February 29, 2020 – New York

New York Citys Public Markets celebrate the rich history and diverse cultures, communities, and cuisines of the city we love. Join us as we celebrate the Women of Essex Market!There will be a kickoff ceremony at 2 pm, live music, networking, voter registration and info on training, M/WBE Certification and grants and funding to start-up or expand your own business. Shop the market, network with other women entrepreneurs and get inspired during the 19th Amendment Womens Right to Vote Centennial and Womens History Month!Saturday, February 29th2pm – 5pm at Essex MarketFREE ADMISSION!Free business services such as advertising placements and marketing consultations will be raffled off to those that attend from Heritage Radio Network, Queens Feasts, Edible Manhattan and EscapeMaker.com. Prizes include:Free web services for 2 years from Godaddy ($50 Value)Customized social media plan for a business owner from QueensFeastFree legal clinic with NELP for 30 minute session with a lawyer30 minute photo session by a professional photographer for your business or productsOn-air mentions on 6 episodes of Heritage Radio & social media mentions ($500 Value)Social… (read more)

Nutella Syrup Swap Shop – Vanderbilt Hall At Grand Central Terminal
February 29, 2020 – New York

On Saturday, February 29th from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. ET (or while supplies last), Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal will be home to the « Nutella Syrup Swap Shop, » a pop-up that will only « sell » one product – Nutella- and will only accept one form of « payment » – bottles of syrup.Stop by with your family and friends to swap out your bottle of syrup (open or unopened!) to receive pancakes topped with Nutella and a free 13 oz jar (while supplies last.) Don’t have syrup to swap? Stop by and see what we may have in store for you.

National Surf ‘n Turf Day Dinner – Chef’s Dinner Table
February 29, 2020 – NY

In observance of this « Leap Day », we are delighted to invite you to join Chef’s Dinner Series as we celebrate the extra 24 hours we get to indulge in the finer things of Life, such as an expertly-prepared meal accompanied by a curated and exquisite wine program. In charge of the meal for this special occasion, will be our guest chef, Patricia Williams, proud awardee of 2 New York Times stars.Chef’s Dinner Series is a NYC-based private dining club which meets monthly to savor the flavors of acclaimed guest-chefs. We eat, drink, and make merry without being fussy about it. We prefer smaller gatherings and higher quality food and wine. If it sounds like you are one of us, email us at Info@ChefsDinnerTableNYC.com. No strangers here, only friends we have yet to meet!

The Midnight show with Johnny O’Neal – Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
February 29, 2020 – New York

« this fine pianist and singer is a throwback to the long-gone days when performers had to know any song that was thrown at them, and then toss it off with authority. He has built a coterie of devoted listeners entranced by his old-school erudition. O’Neal celebrates the release of his album « In the Moment » » The New Yorker

Behind-the-Ropes: Insiders Tours of the Merchants House Second in a Series Changing Tastes in 19th Century Furniture – Merchant’s House Museum
February 29, 2020 – New York

Join us for a series of behind the ropes tours of the Merchants House. From late Federal to Greek Revival, Duncan Phyfe to Rococo Revival, whale oil to gas to kerosene, youll gain new perspectives on these unique insiders tours, learning about changing period styles and technologies and how they reflect the attitudes and values of the merchant class in mid-19th century New York City.Changing Tastes in 19th Century Furniture. Well explore in detail the finer points of the original Tredwell family collection of furniture and what it tells us about both the tastes and values of Antebellum New Yorkers and how growing international connections made lasting impact on design, trade, and international relations.Anthony Bellov: Bachelors in Architecture from Pratt Institute, Graduate in Museum Leadership from Bank Street College of Education, long-time volunteer and board member of the Merchants House Museum and an aficionado in 19th Century American Decorative Arts and Architecture.

Watson Adventures Whodunit at the Met Family Scavenger Hunt – Metropolitan Museum of Art
February 29, 2020 – New York

Join Watson Adventures on a unique murder mystery scavenger hunt for kids 10 and up! A killer is on the loose at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and its up to you to stop him! The killer has created a scavenger hunt that reveals his name, the weapon he used and where he hid the body. Follow the trail of clues throughout the museum and answer tricky questions to solve the crime. Can you figure out whodunit? Kids must be accompanied by an adult. Price includes museum admission. Advance purchase is required.

A Celebration of Gandhi’s 150th Birth Anniversary – Faison Firehouse Theater
February 29, 2020 – NEW YORK

A Celebration of Gandhi’s 150th Birth AnniversarySaturday, Feb. 29th, 5pm Gandhi’s life story told through dance: Odissi, Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Contemporary Dance and More!Reception to follow at: Faison Firehouse Theater6 Hancock Place, NYCSubways: A,B,C,D to 125th St. Proceeds to benefit Save the Children: US Border CrisisTickets: $150 Benefactor and $100 Patron include reception, $50 General Admission. Online tickets at www.lotusmusicanddance.org or call 212.627.1076

NYCMC presents The Little Match Girl Passion – Church of the Holy Apostles
February 29, 2020 – New York

The New York City Master Chorale (NYCMC) will present The Little Match Girl Passion, the second concert of its fourteenth season, on Saturday, February 29th at Church of the Holy Apostles in Chelsea. The performance will be anchored by David Langs Pulitzer Prize-winning composition by the same name, and feature other a cappella works for choir, including Billy Joels Lullabye. The program we have developed around David Langs breathtaking Little Match Girl Passion aims to help us collectively examine how we build our world for the most vulnerable around us the promises we make to children, and the hopes we have for our future and theirs, said Dusty Francis, Artistic Director of the New York City Master Chorale. These a cappella choral works are a unique opportunity for our audience to hear the choir in its purest form, and we are eagerly preparing for the chance to share this music.

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating, Match In Books – Amazon Books
February 29, 2020 – new york

Meet and match in your favorite books and bookstores. See if your thoughts match.Matching is done with LoveMaze scientific match making algorithm. A profile and RSVP in LoveMaze are required. https://thelovemaze.com/events.Join LoveMaze today for free, UNLOCK MAZES to identify your activity partner, and start earning MAZE CREDITS to get FREE fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Liverpool at Watford Premier League – 11th St. Bar
February 29, 2020 – New York

Doors open at 11:00am. No Reservations. First come, first served up to 125 people. No children under 21 without a parent. Liverpool NY Merchandise available during the match.

thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Art @ The Jewish Museum – The Jewish Museum
February 29, 2020 – Upper East Side

Connect art with love. Meet and match to explore the sea of art in partnership. Partnering is done with LoveMazes scientific match making algorithm.Dont forget to unlock mazes to locate potential matches and go on virtual dates to get acquainted before your joint venture.RSVP to secure a spot: https://thelovemaze.com/eventsJoin LoveMaze today, Unlock Mazes to identify your activity partners, and start earning Maze Credits to get Free fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Young and With Time – Dixon Place
February 29, 2020 – New York

Harper CravenAbby Peek is a Kansas City native who recently moved to NYC after graduating with a BFA in Acting from Oklahoma City University. Recent credits include Bound For Broadway at The West End Lounge, Bad Shakespeare at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, and The Who’s Tommy at Musical Theater Heritage. When not onstage, she is a photographer and YouTuber.

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating, Match In Books – Amazon Books
February 29, 2020 – new york

Meet and match in your favorite books and bookstores. See if your thoughts match.Matching is done with LoveMaze scientific match making algorithm. A profile and RSVP in LoveMaze are required. https://thelovemaze.com/events.Join LoveMaze today for free, UNLOCK MAZES to identify your activity partner, and start earning MAZE CREDITS to get FREE fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

The LoveHowl – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

The LoveHowl is a Brooklyn soul infused rock band bringing their unique, contemporary take on classic blues. The LoveHowl consists of Amy Sheehan on lead vocals and guitar 2, Alex Sherba – guitar. 1 Jonathan Vergara – drums, Jonah Durning-Hammond – bass and keys, and Gabby Sherba on backing vocals, bass and keys.b

Adam Roberts – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Adam Roberts

Bickel Brothers Band – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

A truly versatile group of musicians. In short, the Bickel Brothers Band boasts a unique blend of musical influences which all come together into a sonic jambalaya every time they hit the stage.

Brave Body & Mind Workout – Brick Grand Central
February 29, 2020 – New York

BRAVE BODY & MIND WORKOUTAT BRICK GRAND CENTRAL (465 LEXINGTON AVENUE)February 29, 2020Get ready for a workout of your BODY and MIND with our founder, Heidi and decorated lacrosse champion, Crista Samaras Feb 29th at 12pm.The workout will be broken into 4-parts. The physical led by Heidi and the emotional championed by Crista. You will experience Cristas proven concept of training the underdog, while Heidi will have you re-defining any self imposed limitations of what is possible in a workout.This event is for anyone identifying as female and proceeds will benefit the Cornelia Connelly Center.Samaras was a 3-time All-American, spent 12 years on the U.S. Womens Lacrosse team contributing to Gold and Silver medals at two World Cups and coached lacrosse at Yale University. She now runs Brave Enterprises, a company that helps people brave their fears.

Cynthia Sol – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Cynthia Sol

Golden Alphabet – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Golden Alphabet

Stripes stART for Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder – Children’s Museum of the Arts
February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

Led by our renowned stART Studio Teaching Artists, this engaging and fun bi-monthly class encourages children to explore different art mediums through sensory experiences, music, and movement activities. Children build motor skills and self-regulated independence and social skills while connecting with their siblings and caregivers.CMA’s Inclusive Saturday Classes provide a free opportunity for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are trained in facilitating structured workshops that are specifically designed to help children with autism develop social skills, creative problem-solving, and expression through art. The program’s supportive environment also helps strengthen family ties and builds a sense of community for families affected by Autism.

Dallin Applebaum – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Dallin Applebaum

Ryan Star – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Ryan Star

Colin Smith – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Colin Smith

Watson Adventures Escape From Grand Central Scavenger Hunt – Grand Central Terminal
February 29, 2020 – New York

Congratulations: Youve been poisoned! Thats the bad news at the start of this unique scavenger hunt for adults in Grand Central. The good news is that the villain is giving you two hours to come up with the combination to a box that contains the antidote. To find it, youll have to follow a trail of clues to answer tricky questions, tackle sneaky puzzles and ultimately crack the secret code that will unlock the box. Does your team have what it takes to unlock the box? Your life may depend on it. A smartphone is required for each team to participate. Advance ticket purchase required.

New York Flute Fair – W83 Ministry Center
February 29, 2020 – New York

The annual NYFC Flute Fair features concerts, masterclasses, workshops, exhibits, the NYFC Competition, and more. As part of the NYFC Centennial Season, this year’s Flute Fair will pay tribute to the Club’s traditions and history, while also looking forward to the future. Seth Morris, Stephanie Mortimore, Maron Khoury, and Koren McCaffrey, flutists of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, are this year’s guest artists.

Live Recording: Leap Day Trio w/Mimi Jones & Jeff Lederer – February 29 – Cafe Bohemia
February 29, 2020 – New York

2 sets, 8PM and 10PM. Visit Eventbrite for early and late show tickets.Join us for the first live recording in 60 years at the legendary Cafe Bohemia!Giant Step Arts presents the Leap Day Trio (Matt Wilson, Jeff Lederer & Mimi Jones) at the New Cafe Bohemia. This is the first recording in 60 years at the legendary club and was put in motion by Jim Austin Editor-in-Chief of Stereophile magazine introducing Jimmy Katz to Cafe Bohemias Christine Santelli. Matt Wilson explains, one evening the renowned jazz photographer, recording engineer Jimmy Katz, called me with a brilliant idea. He suggested we make a live recording at the recently reopened Cafe Bohemia as part of his non-profit presenting organization, Giant Steps Arts. The original club, which was a NYC favorite from 1955-60, was a venue where Kenny Dorham, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Randy Weston and George Wellington made celebrated live recordings. »Jimmy Katz requested that I involve my frequent collaborator, saxophonist extraordinaire Jeff Lederer. I am big fan of bassist Mimi Jones so I wrote her and she was excited to be a part of the collective trio. So we are writing and workshopping original songs to be rec… (read more)

Steve Blum Trio – Fat Cat
February 29, 2020 – New York

Steve Blum Trio

Lawrence Clark Band – Fat Cat
February 29, 2020 – New York

Lawrence Clark Band

After Hours hosted by Greg Glassman – Fat Cat
February 29, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by Greg Glassman

Francis Aud – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Francis Aud

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating NYC, Match In Fashion – The Museum at FIT
February 29, 2020 – New York

thelovemaze.com Singles Dating NYC, Match In FashionArt, fashion, and life are mysteriously intertwined.Meet and match in your favorite fashion pieces and museums. See if you can find that mysterious connection.Matching is done with LoveMaze scientific match making algorithm. A profile and RSVP in LoveMaze are required. https://thelovemaze.com/events.Join LoveMaze today for free, UNLOCK MAZES to identify your activity partner, and start earning MAZE CREDITS to get FREE fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Velvet Elvis – Rockwood Music Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

Velvet ElvisVelvet Elvis has called it quits. Former members have moved on with Sean McVay and Dan Reynolds to form King Buffalo.

Bliss – Prohibition
February 29, 2020 – New York

Get funky with the 70s, rock out to the 80s, sing along to the 90s and dance the night away to today’s favorite pop anthems! Formed in 2009, Bliss has built a reputation for coming to any venue with a large arsenal of the best known and most enjoyed party hits. Ready to tailor playlists to the vibe of the party, Bliss can appeal to the avid toe-tappers and the eccentric dancing queens all in the same night. Dust off those dancing shoes and warm up those pipes because we are bringing a fun, high energy performance that is guaranteed to get any crowd having a good time!

HISTORYTalks – Carnegie Hall
February 29, 2020 – New York

HISTORYTalks is a traveling speaker series of live events that will explore newsworthy topics and historical milestones through conversations with global leaders, trailblazers, witnesses, historians, authors and filmmakers.Leadership & Legacies main event will be an exclusive session with President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush in conversation with presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. The all-day HISTORYTalks event will feature additional speakers like former White House Official Photographer Pete Souza, Retired General Stanley McChrystal, West Point English professor & author Elizabeth D. Samet and many more incredible notables to come! Ticket prices range for a full day of unsurpassed information & knowledge and are on sale now (https://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2020/02/29/HISTORYTalks8482-1000AM)

Dance Parade’s Lift Off – Taj Lounge
February 29, 2020 – New York

Dance Parade begins its 14th annual season with Lift Off!, a launch party at the Taj Lounge. Two of the grand marshals for the Parade (set for May 16th) will be on hand – David Dorfman and DJ Liquid Todd – along with performances by just a few of the hundreds of dance companies that appear in the Festival, showing an amazing 80+ different styles of dance. All at the Taj with its opulent Indian decor, New American Cuisine, and a dance floor and DJ for partiers with dancing feet.

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
February 29, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

Young Genius: Mozart and His Mentors – Holy Trinity Church
February 29, 2020 – New York

PROGRAMOboe Quartets in G and Bb by Johann Christian BachOboe Quartet after K158 in F and K285b in Bb by Wolfgang Amadeus MozartTrio in A minor Ho.XI:87 by Franz Joseph HaydnTrio in Eb by Leopold Mozart

Gypsys Dream by Gypsy Fun Trio at Russian Samovar – Russian Samovar
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

The legendary Russian Samovar Restaurant and Piano Bar received rave reviews for its one and only Gypsys Dream. The one-hour show is performed every Friday and now Saturday as well at 9:00pm, includes classic Gypsy ballads and dancers. The Gypsy Fun Trio consists of renowned musicians Valery Zhmud, Andrey Solodenko and Sergey Pobedinsky (Sergey is also the shows musical director). Russian Samovar manager Vlada Von Shats says of the show, The incredible sound of the gypsies will touch your soul.Russian Samovar is unique in its long-standing ties with the art community and has become a home for many famous Russian poets and writers who keep coming back for the exceptional dining experience. Owned by Roman Kaplan and managed by his daughter Vlada Von Shats and her two sons Michael and Nicholas, Russian Samovar offers some of the finest Russian cuisine in New York.For more information, visit www.russiansamovar.com212-757-0168

« a photograph / lovers in motion » by Ntozake Shange – Theatre 80 St. Marks
Through February 29, 2020 – NYC

The Negro Ensemble, Inc. revives a lyrical play by Ntozake Shange, author of « for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf » (1975). Audiences are transported to an artist’s flat in San Francisco during the waning years of the Black Arts Movement. A photographer named Sean David fights for his creative chops while navigating his relationships with a female dancer, a female model, a female lawyer and a male lawyer. They struggle to communicate, to create their world and to love. Although this play is not a chorepoem like « for colored girls…, » Shange’s transcendent language soars throughout, underscored by music and movement. Shange’s sister and frequent collaborator, Ifa Bayeza, directs.

NYC’s 9th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival – Cinema Village Theatre
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

The 9th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival runs February 20-29 2020, including awesome film screenings, cool discussion panels, career-building professional development workshops and super-fun parties at venues throughout NYC. The event concludes on February 29th with a glittering awards ceremony and hot red carpet gala at NYCs premier nightclub. Check out our jam-packed lineup of 79 outstanding films from 27 countries in all genres, including shorts and features, drama, romance, comedy, horror, animation, documentary, music videos and web series. Panels and workshops include Shooting Sex & Violence, Crafting a Great Opening Scene, Distribution 101, Everything You Need to Know About Music for Film, Art of the Pitch, Social Media for Filmmakers and Camera Hacks for the Frugal Filmmaker.Winter Film Awards is dedicated to showcasing the amazing diversity of voices in indie film and our 2020 lineup is half made by women and 53% by or about people of color. Free Discussion Panels – Daily Screenings – Free Parties. Screenings at Cinema Village (22 E12th St). Industry Networking Opening Night Party, Feb 20 7PM-11PM. Gala Red Carpet + Award Ceremony + After-Par… (read more)

Sugar Sammy Headlines Caroline’s on Broadway! – Caroline’s on Broadway
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

After an incredible year, marked by a series of prestigious events, Canadian comedy superstar Sugar Sammy brings his razor-sharp wit to the Carolines on Broadway in New York, NY February 27th 29th. Sammy is a master at interacting with his audiences delivering hilarious scenarios and comments on our global societys inherent contradictions in a brilliantly entertaining way, sharing his views of his Indian roots and world travels. Ultimately, his comedy has changed the landscape of our cultural reality by confronting language and social issues and exploring the great cultural divide. He can hit on cultural, social and political themes with such charm and finesse that it allows him to push the envelope a little farther than most. As one of the hottest comedians on the international circuit, Sugar Sammy has performed over 1,700 shows in 32 countries, in English, French, Hindi, and Punjabi. His career rocketed in his home city of Montreal, Quebec when he debuted his extremely successful bilingual show Youre Gonna Rire which he performed in English and French. The unprecedented success of this groundbreaking show made him a cultural phenomenon. A total of 421 sold-out performa… (read more)

Teens for Jeans – Aeropostale
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

Work with your friends and classmates to collect gently-used jeans. Before February 29, drop off jeans at your local Aropostale store to participate. Dont worry, Aropostale employees are in charge of making sure the jeans get to young people in your community experiencing homelessness.Make sure you upload a photo of the jeans you collected! Once you submit a picture, youll be entered for a chance to win one of two $2,500 scholarships. If you participate as a school, and collect the most jeans, your school will win a $10,000 grant. The school in second place will win a $5,000 grant!

Chasing the River – Chain Theatre
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

Recently released from prison, a young woman returns to her childhood home – the scene of the crime that put her away when she was just a teenager. Still entwined in the memories of her tumultuous youth, she struggles to break free and focus on her future. Chasing the River is about survival, second chances and learning to bet on yourself.

Cricket Sagas – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

Crickets have been used in literature and folklore across time and cultures. They often symbolize luck or are characterized as guardian angels, song makers, and trusted pets. Using the cricket and their literary significance as your starting point, tell your own cricket story with soundscapes to amplify your epic tale!

Brazilian Moqueca & Ruinart Champagne at Boulud Sud – Boulud Sud
Through February 29, 2020 – New York

Through February, Boulud Sud will offer a pairing of Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne alongside an elevated rendition of the centuries-old Brazilian dish, Moqueca for $58. A portion of proceeds from pairing will be donated to Imazon, a Brazilian non-profit that focuses on conservation and sustainable development in the Amazon Rainforest. Boulud Suds Moqueca a beloved stew traditionally made from seafood and coconut milk is cooked low and slow in a terra cotta casserole with snapper, shrimp, calamari, and cashews, served with coconut rice. The dish can also be ordered a la carte for $35.

Teaching Artist Highlight: Weaving Inspired by Phyllis Yao – Children’s Museum of the Arts
Through February 29, 2020 – Hudson Square

Teaching Artist Phyllis Yao’s piece on the Fine Arts wall is inspired by her memories of Lunar New Year celebrations as a child. Today, we will take inspiration from Phyllis’ artwork and make our own weavings! Think of a memory of a special celebration or place. What colors come to mind? What textures? Find yarn and string that reflects your memory and use it to weave onto a popsicle stick loom. Next, decorate the loom to look like the special place that you were inspired by!

Theater Resources Unlimited presents Writer-Producer Speed Date – Shetler Studios
March 01, 2020 – New York

Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) presents a unique networking and educational opportunity for writers: TRU’s renowned Writer-Producer Speed Date on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at Shetler Studios, 244 W. 54th Street, Penthouse. Submission deadline is 2/19/20. Session 1 offers coaching at 4:30PM, pitching at 5:30PM; session 2 offers coaching at 5:30PM, pitching at 6:30PM. Tickets are $75 for TRU members, $85 for non-members, $25 for each additional collaborator. Submission is free, and your spot in the lineup can be purchased upon acceptance starting 2/22/20 athttps://truonline.org/events/speed-date-03-01-20/ You meet a producer at a party and have two minutes to interest him in your work. Do you have the skill to sell yourself? Here’s a chance to practice your pitching with real producers who are open to and interested in meeting you. Okay, they probably won’t option you on the spot, but they’ll give you valuable feedback about your work and your ability to talk about it. And you’ll have the opportunity to start developing a relationship. And that’s what this business is all about. Relationships. »The Speed Date is the only event I know of that gives writers the chance to … (read more)

Mike Ferrio – The 11th Street Bar:
March 01, 2020 – New York

Mike Ferrio began his musical journey in the 80s as a roadie for the likes of Bo Diddley and Butthole Surfers, before forming folk rock tour de force Tandy in the ’90s, managing a dozen years of exceptional productivity which included over 1,000 live shows and 8 albums. From the ashes of Tandy, Good Luck Mountain appeared. Already receiving rave reviews from critics and peers alike, legendary troubadour Steve Earle is an early and longtime supporter and Jim White continues to spread the word about his love for Mike and his music

Charles: A Bio-Musical on the Life & Songs of World Singer Charles Aznavour – Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space
March 01, 2020 – New York

Charles, written and directed by Taleen Babayan, traces key points in the musician’s life while incorporating 15 of his most cherished songs. The production charts the personal and professional struggles the singer faced on his climb to becoming an iconic award-winning entertainer throughout the course of his eight decade career in his beloved France and across the globe. From his humble beginnings, to his perseverance as a working musician in occupied France during World War II, to overcoming crippling criticism, to his creative spark with Edith Piaf, the 90-minute show serves as an homage to his legacy as an integral member of France’s Golden Age of Music, while capturing the charismatic and shining spirit he embodied as a singer, lyricist, actor, diplomat and humanitarian.Featuring singer Maurice Soudjian, pianist and actor Bernard C. Bayer, guest appearance by Mariette Soudjian and under the musical supervision of Harout Soghomonian (accordion/guitar) and Levon Ghanimian (bass). This performance marks the third for the bio-musical production that debuted in Hollywood, California at The Hotel Cafe last Fall, followed by a repeat performance at the El Portal Theatre in North … (read more)

Michelle Shocked et les Chocolats – Ready to Rumba Project – Cafe Bohemia
March 01, 2020 – New York

Join Michelle Shocked on a wild adventure with her Les Chocolats, among the rumba traditions deeply embedded in Cuba, and emerged with a pitch-perfect synthesis of her bete noir, Copyfight for the debut of her forthcoming Musical Chairs: A Comparsa for Artist Rights.Intrepid does not begin to describe it. Michelle Shocked has returned from a wild adventure among the rumba traditions deeply embedded in Cuba, and emerged with a pitch-perfect synthesis of her bete noir, Copyfight (think Moby Dick, but instead of a giant whale, Google and Amazon) and rumba idioms nurtured in the private solars and public calles of Cuba. Were talking guaguanco, yambu, mozambique, son, changui, guaracha and yes, even a little boogaloo. Recall, please, the romance of Ry Cooders Buena Vista Social Club drifting across your latte at Starbucks in the 90s. Or Paul Simons Graceland coalescing international resistance against South African apartheid in the late 80s.Now open your minds and hearts, come listen to Michelle share her new studio effort, Musical Chairs: A Comparsa for Artist Rights, and hear her describe, first-hand, the fast-growing underground movement for sustainability for independent… (read more)

New York Youth Symphony and Cellist Sterling Elliott at Carnegie Hall – Carnegie Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

The New York Youth Symphony (NYYS) continues its 2019-2020 season with The McCrindle Concert, presented by the NYYS Orchestra on March 1 at 2pm, at Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, led by Music Director Michael Repper. The concert features 2019 Senior Division Sphinx Competition winner and cellist Sterling Elliott performing Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B Minor as well as the world premiere of First Music commission The Sycamore and the Oak by composer Tanner Porter, and Respighi’s Pines of Rome. Porter’s piece is co-commissioned by the Interlochen Arts Academy, and was written in collaboration with students at the KIPP Academy Middle School in the Bronx.

The McCrindle Concert | Orchestra – Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
March 01, 2020 – New York

Sterling Elliot, 2019 Winner of the Sphinx Competition, will perform the Dvorak Cello Concerto. Composer Tanner Porter’s commissioned work will take inspiration not only from the Pines of Rome by Respighi, but also from the students at the KIPP Academy in the South Bronx, where NYYS has been in-residence for two seasons. Dvorak: Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in B Minor, Op. 104 with Sterling Elliot, celloTanner Porter: The Sycamore and the Oak (First Music world premire)Respighi: Pines of Rome

Sunday Irish Seisin – 11th St. Bar
March 01, 2020 – New York

Sunday night is our Traditional Irish Seisin. It is one of the longest running seisins in NYC. Tony DeMarco and Eamon O’Leary are joined by some of the best trad players from around the world. They have recently been the subject of an article in the NY Times and also appeared on « Live From Here » with Chris Thile on NPR. The tunes start at 10 pm and go till really really late!

Cult of Luna With Emma Ruth Rundle, Intronaut – Gramercy Theatre
March 01, 2020 – New York

16+ Unless Accompanied by a GuardianFormed from the remnants of a hardcore band named Eclipse in the far-northern Swedish town of Umea (also home to avant-hardcore masters Refused and metal extremists Meshuggah and Naglfar), Cult of Luna have perfected an elaborate, extremely dark progressive style of metalcore largely derived from the pioneering work of America’s Neurosis. Although hardly the only band to find inspiration in the Bay Area bunch (Isis and Rwake also numbering among their disciples), Cult of Luna are unquestionably among the most accomplished and distinctive in their own right, making an immediate impression upon metal fans with their eponymous 2001 debut through Rage of Achilles, and attaining further noisecore cred via a 7″ release on tastemaker Hydra Head Records the following year. Their sophomore effort, The Beyond, solidified their standing a couple of years later and inaugurated a new relationship with Earache for vocalist Klas Rydberg, guitarists Erik Olofsson and Johannes Persson, bassist Andreas Johansson, keyboardist Magnus Lindberg, and drummer Marco Hilden. The last was replaced by Thomas Hedlund the next year, and Cult of Luna expanded to a seven piec… (read more)

Inclusive Sundays for Children with a Physical Disability – Children’s Museum of the Arts
March 01, 2020 – Hudson Square

This weekly drop-off course encourages young people to collaborate and get creative in both Fine Arts and Media Arts. Students are given the space to be independent of their parents, and activities are adapted to accommodate the specific abilities of each child. Students will explore the practice of combining various distinct visual art media, such as paper, paint, textiles, and sculpture, with new technology in our media labs such as animation, sound art, and photography. The class will also discover and discuss the work and techniques of notable mixed media artists. Students host exhibitions and visit other NYC cultural spaces on field trips.CMA’s Inclusive Sunday Classes provide a free opportunity for children with physical disabilities and their family and friends. CMA Teaching Artists are supported by Evaluators licensed in Occupational Therapy. This program is based on a class-like model in which the Teaching Artists and specialists work to facilitate the group experience, with a keen eye towards the special needs of the participants. At the heart of all of our inclusive programs is socialization, benefiting all participants.

thelovemaze.com Singles Match In Art @ The Met Museum – Met Museum
March 01, 2020 – New York

Connect art with love. Meet and match to explore the sea of art in partnership. Partnering is done with LoveMazes scientific match making algorithm.Dont forget to unlock mazes to locate potential matches and go on virtual dates to get acquainted before your joint venture.RSVP to secure a spot: https://thelovemaze.com/eventsJoin LoveMaze today, Unlock Mazes to identify your activity partners, and start earning Maze Credits to get Free fun activity driven dating events: https://enter.thelovemaze.com. More info on LoveMaze: https://thelovemaze.com.

Japanese Folk Dancing – Japan Society
March 01, 2020 – New York

Traditional Japanese dance has a long history and many variations, often borrowing movement from nature, animals, and life. At this workshop, families will have the unique opportunity to embrace a joyful Japanese tradition! Learn, create, and dance with the Hanagasa Kai group from the Japanese Folk Dance Institute of New York. All abilities welcomed!

Hinamatsuri (Dolls Festival) – Japan Society
March 01, 2020 – New York

Hinamatsuri is the early-spring tradition of families wishing for the health and happiness of young girls in Japan. Each year, grand collections of beautiful hina dolls are put out on display in honor of this festival. At this program, families will have the opportunity to view an authentic collection of these traditional dolls and join in on other Hinamatsuri crafts. All children are welcome!

Terry Waldo’s Gotham City Band – Fat Cat
March 01, 2020 – New York

Terry Waldo’s Gotham City Band

Jade Synstelien’s Fcbb – Fat Cat
March 01, 2020 – New York

Jade Synstelien’s Fcbb

After Hours hosted by The Program of Deprogramming – Fat Cat
March 01, 2020 – New York

After Hours hosted by The Program of Deprogramming

Ronald Reggae – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

February 1781, James Watt issues a patent for the steam engine. July 1964, Congress passes the Civil Rights Act. March 1987, Hulk Hogan body slams Andre the Giant. These moments in human history pale in comparison to a series of events which unfolded in late 2015 and led to the formation of a musical group that Rolling Stone has called « we do not accept submissions ». You have come to this page in search of something. Truth, perhaps? You have found truth. You have found justice. You have found Carmen Sandiego. You have found Ronald Reggae.

Cult of Luna with Emma Ruth Rundle, Intronaut – Gramercy Theatre
March 01, 2020 – New York

Age Restriction: 16+ Unless Accompanied by a Guardian

« A Gospel Celebration » – Marble Collegiate Church
March 01, 2020 – New York City

The Marble Community Gospel Choir presents A Gospel Celebration, featuring traditional and contemporary music that highlights the power of Gospel as Message, Healing and Celebration. Under the direction of Rev. Rashad McPherson, come be transformed by the spirit and songs performed by this uniquely diverse and talented group of singers. Marble’s Community Gospel Choir is a joyful group of volunteers and professional singers who are committed to « singing a new song to the Lord ». Its repertoire includes spirituals, hymns, and contemporary gospel pieces.

Ryan Owens – Prohibition
March 01, 2020 – New York

Ryan Owens is a Fl native who just moved up to New York in October of 2017. In Florida he has opened up for bands such as Rusted Root , G.Love , TR3 ( Tim Reynolds Dave Matthews Band ) and many more. Playing acoustic versions of some of some of his favorite artists Jason Mraz, John Mayer, Allen Stone to solid throwbacks throughout the 60s-90s.

Jazz For Kids – Jazz Standard
March 01, 2020 – New York

The Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra is a performance driven program that gives talented and dedicated young jazz musicians the opportunity to perform regularly in one of New York City’s leading jazz clubs often with guest artists from the New York scene.

House of Waris Dinner Club ft. Chef Camille Becerra – Bowery Hotel
March 01, 2020 – New York

A delicious exploration of the healing power of whole food plant based nutrition

Taj Lounge NYC Hip Hop vs. Reggae Sunday Funday Brunch Party – Taj Lounge
March 01, 2020 – NEW YORK

Taj NYC Sunday Brunch & Day Party Sunday March 1st, 2020 RSVP 3475920300About this EventSunday March 1st, 2020 – Taj NYC, Taj Lounge Sunday Funday Bottomless Brunch & Day Party located at 48 W 21st between 5th & 6th Avenue.Join us at a one time event 1st Sunday once a month for an exclusive Taj Sunday Brunch Party with no cover until 5pm on guestlist.Brunch Specials:$40 Prefix Brunch Menu w/ bottomless Mimosas until 6pm & 2×1 Drink specials for All from 2pm -5pm.$40 Prix Fixe Brunch Menu w/ Bottomless Mimosas & Sangria until 6pm.2 for 1 Top Shelf Drink Specials for Everyone until 4pm.$10 Margarita/Frozen Margarita Specials.Flavored Hookah is available All Day & Night.Bottle Specials Include:Pre-Order Bottle Special Include:2 Bottles (750ml) w/ 1 Hookah for $4502 Bottles (Liters) w/ 1 Hookah for $5501 Premium (750ml), 1 Champagne & 1 Hookah for $275Pricing:Everyone FREE on the Gametight Guestlist on with pass until 5pm, reduced after with Gametight Guestlist passDresscode:Casual, Trendy & Chic Attire is a must!$40+ Brunch Prix Fixe w/ 2 Hour Bottomless Mimosas until 6p.m.***TAX & TIP NOT INCLUDED*** 2 for 1 … (read more)

Casual Fantastic – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Casual Fantastic is a new two-person band mixing original modern pop songwriting with the gamut of American music sounds: rock, r & b, country, folk, and whatever pleases. On stage, they mix theatricality with a crafty brand of bare-bones music making.

Sean Donovan – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Singer/songwriter from The Bronx.

O Memorie with Yanise – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

O Memorie is a storytelling concept-project from Joseph Ruddleston focusing predominantly on music about dreams and memories. Originally conceived in London in 2016, it first took the form of an LP called Something True, Ruddleston wrote 10 tracks, recording them lo-fi, unedited and barely finished through his cassette recorder, all in the space of 2 hours. The stream-of-consciousness, daydream-style approach to songwriting allowed him more creative freedom and led him to write a followup EP called Cave Drawings. Cave Drawings was his first inclusion of another musician, Australian singer Ruby Muller.

Danny McMahon – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

A singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who’s music is filled with emotive language, compelling vocal harmonies and the melodic tones of modern country music.

The Furies – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Described as « fiery, ferocious, and familiar » lead singer Lee Moretti formed The Furies after coming fresh off the road as Third Eye Blind’s multi-instrumentalist and background vocalist. The band built a sound that began with their EP « Omens, » and resulted in two national tours, $20,000 in crowd funding raised, and a 2018 New England Music Award for « Best in State. » With a delivery that’s been described as both « raw and ruthless » as well as « powered with hooks and populsion, » the group combines soaring vocal harmonies with instrumental prowess, creating a dense indie sound that leaves a powerful and haunting wake. The Furies have shared the stage with the likes of The Ataris, Big Scary, Howie Day, The Indigo Girls, Joan Baez, and Mary Chapin Carpenter among others. With a new album and tour ahead for 2020, these women show no signs of slowing down. And much like their namesake, they mean business.

Dym – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Dym

Paola Gladys – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

PAOLA (Paola Arcieri) is a New York based singer/artist born in the South Italy, in an artistic family. Growing up in this environment she develops her way to bring together every soulful influence she receives.

Barry Clyde – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Barry Clyde

Dahna – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Dahna

Jessie Davis – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Jessie « DJ Nebraska » Davis is a Brooklyn based performing artist that can only be described as a one-woman CabaRave. Be it behind turntables, a microphone, or a table covered in synthesizers and loop machines, Davis ignites a fire in her audience with her powerful energy. Jessie aka DJ Nebraska has spent the past 3 years touring extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Latin America. From Best Buy Theater in NYC, to Untold festival in Romania, to headlining LoopFest in Oregon, Davis brings the heat from the NYC underground to stages and dance floors all around the world. Her list of collaborators reads like a high school crush and includes Grammy award winner Louis Cato, Roots crew member Ray Angry, and hip hop pioneer Rob Swift. Her music has appeared in TV and film including CSI LA and the George Lopez special on HBO. Most recently she was selected by the state department to serve as a hip hop ambassador in Mexico and developing countries around the world. Davis is currently in production on her fourth recording project, « Notes From The Road. » A self-produced album that explores love, loss, healing, and self actualization. The album will be preceded by two singles at the top of… (read more)

Brown Sugar’ a Sunday Brunch Comedy Show – Shrine
March 01, 2020 – New York

Chocolate Sundays is a new comedy show at The Shrine, bringing out talented comedians from all over, some of which you may have seen on Comedy Central, ComicView, B.E.T, MTV, Vh1, Conan, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Come grab a mimosa, eat a delicious meal, and enjoy the show!

CUNYAC Indoor Championships – The Armory New Balance Track & Field Center
March 01, 2020 – New York

CUNYAC Indoor Championships

Jessie Davis – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Jessie « DJ Nebraska » Davis is a Brooklyn based performing artist that can only be described as a one-woman CabaRave. Be it behind turntables, a microphone, or a table covered in synthesizers and loop machines, Davis ignites a fire in her audience with her powerful energy. Jessie aka DJ Nebraska has spent the past 3 years touring extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Latin America. From Best Buy Theater in NYC, to Untold festival in Romania, to headlining LoopFest in Oregon, Davis brings the heat from the NYC underground to stages and dance floors all around the world. Her list of collaborators reads like a high school crush and includes Grammy award winner Louis Cato, Roots crew member Ray Angry, and hip hop pioneer Rob Swift. Her music has appeared in TV and film including CSI LA and the George Lopez special on HBO. Most recently she was selected by the state department to serve as a hip hop ambassador in Mexico and developing countries around the world. Davis is currently in production on her fourth recording project, « Notes From The Road. » A self-produced album that explores love, loss, healing, and self actualization. The album will be preceded by two singles at the top of… (read more)

The Shrine Jazz Jam Session w / Andrew Kushnir – Shrine
March 01, 2020 – New York

Join us at Shrine for a weekly Jam Session every Sunday evening. Bring your instruments and come ready to play!

The Shrine Big Band – Jazz – Shrine
March 01, 2020 – New York

The Shrine Big Band is a 15-piece big band, with three trumpets, three trombones, four saxes, flute, piano, guitar, bass, and drums. Come and experience the experimental and hard-swinging sounds every first Sunday of the month

Diego Moraes – Rockwood Music Hall
March 01, 2020 – New York

Diego Moraes

Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow Brings Aloha Spirit to NYC – King’s Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow
March 01, 2020 – New York

Kings Hawaiian is bringing the Aloha Spirit to NYC for a limited time this winter with the opening of the Kings Hawaiian Breakfast Bungalow, an interactive breakfast restaurant located in Midtown Manhattan. Made with real ingredients, King’s Hawaiian products are known for their melt-in-your-mouth texture soft and fluffy with just the right touch of sweetness and take savory and sweet breakfast dishes alike to the next level. Designed to transport New Yorkers to the warm shores of Hawaii, the restaurant features several uniquely Kings Hawaiian experiences ranging from an ocean-inspired ball pit where attendees can take a quick swim to a mountain top swing in the clouds. Guests will also enjoy a Hawaiian infused menu curated by breakfast connoisseur Chef Jaime Young of beloved brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn, all featuring the brands iconic breads, including Original Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, Original Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread and Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Attendees can choose between more than 50 toppings and fillings to craft a breakfast creation featuring Kings Hawaiian thats all their own, or they can select from Chef Youngs signature dishes: … (read more)

CUNYAC Indoor Championships – The Armory Track
March 01, 2020 – New York

CUNYAC Indoor Championships

FABULATION, or The Re-Education of Undine – HSA Theater
Through March 01, 2020 – Harlem

The Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) Spring mainstage production presents, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottages – Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine, under the direction of Chesray Dolpha, head of the organizations theatre department. Performances are scheduled on February 28 March 1st at the HSA Theater located at 645 St. Nicholas Avenue, New York 10030. (The show is recommended for ages 16 and up due to mature content.)Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine, follows the unraveling of a successful African American publicist, Undine Barnes Calles, who has spent a great deal of her professional life erasing her past, as she makes her way up the social ladder. But as would have it, life steps in and blindsides her. When her husband takes off with the small fortune she has worked so hard to build, sending her tumbling down the social ladder, Undine must return broke and pregnant, to the family she had not merely shunned but expunged from her life.

Cecile Mclorin Salvant – Village Vanguard
Through March 01, 2020 – New York

She sings clearly, with her full pitch range, from a pronounced low end to full and distinct high notes, used sparingly […] Her voice clamps into each song, performing careful variations on pitch, stretching words but generally not scatting; her face conveys meaning, representing sorrow or serenity like a silent-movie actor.

The Feb. 29 Aaron Benefit – Nublu Classic
Through March 01, 2020 – New York

The Feb. 29 Aaron Benefit is going to be a music benefit for the drummer Aaron Johnston on Saturday, Feb. 29, at Nublu Classic in the far East Village at 62 Ave. C, between East 4 – 5 Streets. It’s going to feature many great local groups, including Escaper, Cosmonaut Radio, Mojo and the Mayhem and many more. Tickets are only $10 in advance, all proceeds go to Aaron, the music will run all night.

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park – The Lodge by Urbanspace – Bryant Park
Through March 01, 2020 – New York

After its successful debut last year, The Lodge by Urbanspace returns to Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park featuring a festive cocktail bar surrounded by a full range of eateries and an outdoor beer garden. The aprs skate-escape will host a mix of returning vendor favorites like The Stackery, and new ones like Ovenly, designed to fulfill the cravings of New Yorkers and visitors alike from morning until night. This cozy winter destination with a dozen new and classic NYC restaurants such as Casa Toscana, The Lodge Bar, The Lodge Biergarten by Stout NYC, Mayhem Smokehouse, Ovenly, Pierogi Boys, S’mores N’more by Renegade, The Stackery, and Two Tablespoons. Beginning in January 2020, head to The Lodge by Urbanspace for live music and other special events. The Lodge by Urbanspace is open daily, 8 a.m.-10 p.m., from October 31, 2019-March 1, 2020. To learn more about The Lodge by Urbanspace, vist: wintervillage.org.

Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park – Free Skating – Bryant Park
Through March 01, 2020 – New York

Head to the only FREE admission skating rink in NYC between October. 31, 2019 and March 1, 2020 at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park. The Rink at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park offers high quality rental skates, free skating shows, Broomball pick-up games, Exerskate classes as well as other special events and activities for both children & adults. For more information and the most up to date schedule of events at The Rink during this years Bank of America Winter VIllage at Bryant Park, go to: wintervillage.org.

NYC Super Bowl Party at 5th and Mad – 5th&Mad
Through March 02, 2020 – New York,

Watch the Super Bowl in NYC at this multi level venue, featuring a stunning 45 foot long bar on the main level and wrap around mezzanine section. This is a real new yorkers back to basics party and sure to go down as one for the ages! The Super Bowl Watch Party at 5th and Mad will feature a cash bar, drink and food specials all night long!

Upper Story by Charlie Palmer – Upper Story by Charlie Palmer
Through March 02, 2020 – New York

A premier private event destination, Upper Story by Charlie Palmer sits 14 stories above 3rd Avenue at 59th Street in the prestigious Decoration & Design Building (DDB), a Cohen Design Centers property, owned by Charles S. Cohen. Upper Story features a progressive American, seasonally driven special events menu. Local ingredients are expertly crafted into delectable dishes by Chef Fernando Marulanda, who combines his life-long passion for food with incredible attention to detail at Upper Storys large-scale events.Visitors of the DDB can enjoy spectacular views of Manhattan for lunch, Monday through Friday 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM. During lunch, Upper Story offers an American caf menu, which includes Pesto Zucchini Noodles with Arugula and Oven Dried Tomatoes and Scottish Salmon with parsnip puree, dandelion greens, tricolored quinoa and pomegranate emulsion. For more information, visit www.upperstoryny.com212-644-9394

Taj Lounge NYC Hip Hop vs. Reggae Sunday Funday Brunch Party – Taj II Lounge and Event Space
Through March 02, 2020 – New York

Taj NYC Sunday Brunch and Day Party Sunday February 2nd, 2020 RSVP 3475920300About this EventSunday March 1st, 2020 – Taj NYC, Taj Lounge Sunday Funday Bottomless Brunch and Day Party located at 48 W 21st between 5th and 6th Avenue.Join us at a one time event 1st Sunday once a month for an exclusive Taj Sunday Brunch Party with no cover until 5pm on guestlist.Brunch Specials:$40 Prefix Brunch Menu w/ bottomless Mimosas until 6pm and 2×1 Drink specials for All from 2pm -5pm.$40 Prix Fixe Brunch Menu w/ Bottomless Mimosas and Sangria until 6pm.2 for 1 Top Shelf Drink Specials for Everyone until 4pm.$10 Margarita/Frozen Margarita Specials.Flavored Hookah is available All Day and Night.Bottle Specials Include:Pre-Order Bottle Special Include:2 Bottles (750ml) w/ 1 Hookah for $4502 Bottles (Liters) w/ 1 Hookah for $5501 Premium (750ml), 1 Champagne and 1 Hookah for $275Pricing:Everyone FREE on the Gametight Guestlist on with pass until 5pm, reduced after with Gametight Guestlist passDresscode:Casual, Trendy and Chic Attire is a must!$40+ Brunch Prix Fixe w/ 2 Hour Bottomless Mimosas until 6p.m.***TAX and TIP NOT INC… (read more)

‘Miracle Workers: Dark Ages’ New Season Happy Hours – Ophelia
Through March 03, 2020 – New York

Merchants Hospitality venues and TBS are partnering to host a city-wide Happy Hour special to promote the season two premiere of the hit comedy series, Miracle Workers: Dark Ages starring Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi. Seven establishments will be offering specialty cocktails including a « Dark Age Dry Martini » and an « All-Wise Dry Negroni » featuring the custom « Meadieval ». The special will be offered every Tuesday kicking off the night of the nationwide premiere on January 28th. Happy Hours will run from 8 pm – 9 pm, every Tuesday (while supplies last), prior to the series airing at 10:30 pm ET. Participating venues include cocktail bar/restaurant, Ivy Lane (116 East 60th Street), new American restaurant Industry Kitchen (70 South Street), rooftop lounge Ophelia (3 Mitchell Place), Treadwell Park (all three locations), and contemporary speakeasy Black Hound (301 S End Ave).

Paddington Gets in a Jam – Daryl Roth Theater
Through March 06, 2020 – New York

Brought to you by the creators of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show that ate its way through Union Square last year, Paddington Gets in a Jam will make its debut in time for the holidays, on December 13th. Bring kids – or nostalgic adults – to see Paddington making his famous marmalade and of course get into some hysterical trouble.

A Southern Fairytale – Kraine Theater
Through March 06, 2020 – New York

Performances will be held as follows: Wed., February 19 at 7:10pm; Sat., February 22 at 5:00pm; Sat., February 29 at 5:00pm; Wed., March 4 at 7:10pm; and Fri., March 6 at 5:30pm.Based on true events, A Southern Fairytale artfully illuminates the challenges facing a young, gay Christian growing up in the Deep South, written and performed by Ty Autry and directed by David L. Carson. As we accompany the protagonist through multiple journeys into and out of the closet, the audience emotionally connects with the very real impacts of conversion therapy, excommunication, and a father who believes that a demon has possessed his son.A Southern Fairytale is my personal journey which happens to reflect that of so many gay youth finding their truth in a society that is against them, stated playwright and performer Ty Autry. Through our previous workshop productions, we discovered a deep story that showcases the trauma created from the lack of acceptance, while having the audiences rolling on the floor with laughter as they relate to how their past has shaped them into who they are today.An international summer tour of A Southern Fairytale is being developed with confirmed stop… (read more)

Magnetic Dragons – Under St. Marks Theater
Through March 07, 2020 – New York

Gunfire. Explosions. Heartbreak. These are the things that happened not in front of the camera, but behind the scenes of the film with the worst production day ever: Magnetic Dragons. This comedic one-man show revisits all the disasters that happened for the 25th anniversary of the movie. Official selection Frigid Festival 2020

TADA! Youth Theater Presents How to Eat Like a Child and other lessons in not being a grown-up – TADA! Youth Theater
Through March 08, 2020 – New York

In this kids guide to being a kid, both children and adults will laugh along to comical numbers such as How to Torture Your Sister, How to Beg for a Dog, How to Understand Your Parents, How to Stay Home from School and many more. TADA! was the first company to stage this musical in 1984 without any adult actors, and it went on to be produced as a TV special starring Dick Van Dyke in 1991. Performances, February 15 through March 8, 2020. Book by: Delia Ephron, John Forster and Judith Kahan. Music and Lyrics by: John Forster. Based on the book by: Delia Ephron. Musical Director: Calvin Hitchcock, Set Designer: Joel Sherry, Costume Designer: Ceanna Bryant, Lighting Designer: Steve OShea. The production will be directed by Janine Nina Trevens, TADA!s Founder and Producing Artistic Director and choreographed by Joanna Greer, TADA!s Associate Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer.February 15 at 7PM, Opening NightFebruary 17 at 12PM & 2PM Presidents DayFebruary 16, 22, 23, 29 & March 7, 8 at 2PM & 4PMFebruary 26 at 11PM & 1PM Special School Day PerformancesMarch 6 at 7PM

A Chinatown Odyssey – Pearl River Mart Gallery
Through March 08, 2020 – New York

Through striking illustrations, graphic novel artist Jerry Ma retells the classic Chinese tale of the Monkey King in a modern, urban setting, and takes us on a journey through the Chinatown of his childhood.Join us for the opening reception Jan 18, from 5 to 7pm with delicious Taiwanese bites served by Ho Foods.JERRY MA is a New York-based Taiwanese American graphic artist. Hes the founder of independent comics studio, EPIC PROPORTIONS; the creator of popular graphic T-shirts featuring such Asian American luminaries as Constance Wu, Sandra Oh, and Jeremy Lin (seen sporting Jerrys Constance Wu We Can Do It shirt); and a co-founder of the groundbreaking graphic novel series, SECRET IDENTITIES. Currently at work on his creator-owned graphic novel LEGEND, he also freelances around the world as a graphic designer and illustrator.

Artisanal Intelligence – Kraine Theater
Through March 08, 2020 – New York

***1/2 stars – Edmonton Journal**** stars – Global TV…one of my favourite Fringe shows of all time – The Buzz PEISpec Theatre’s ARTISANAL INTELLIGENCE is a comedy with original music, about Barry, a hipster customer service robot for all your too-cool-for-school business needs. Barry knows a little about many topics, can play a mean ukulele, is able to memorize reasonable length coffee orders (2 paragraphs minimum) and doesn’t mind being shoved in awkward crawl spaces.DATESMonday, February 24th, 10:30PMWednesday, February 26th, 8:50PMSaturday, February 29th, 6:40PMMonday, March 2nd, 5:30PMTuesday, March 3rd, 10:30PMSunday, March 8th, 5:10PMVIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh8jrbMXR5Y

Love Me Hug Me Pop Up – Love Me Hug Me
Through March 10, 2020 – New York

Love Me Hug Me is proud to announce a new pop up exhibition, with interactive capabilities, for participants to experience a touching immersive love story. It tells the story of the reoccurrence of a couple whose love memory is gradually stolen by Alzheimers disease. The event will debut in New York City on December 1st at 139 Wooster St, New York, NY 10012. With the aim of appealing to society to cherish the present and seize the memorial moment, Love Me Hug Me emphasizes the significance of Alzheimers disease to the young generation and reminds them to treasure the time that they stay with their loved ones.Love Me Hug Me features 7 rooms and has over 2,500 square feet space. Through the entire exhibition, the participants will begin their journey sitting in Memory Theater to watch a short love film of Modesto and Lolis (the male and female character of the exhibit). They will then depart for Memento Terminal, play in the Twisted Playground, travel through Pink Station or immersed in Secret Galaxy, and find peace in Fading Zone and finally stop at Love Crossroad. Hours of Operation:Sunday-Thursday: 11 am – 7 pmFriday- Saturday: 11 am – 8 pm

Comedy Carnival – Lucky Jacks
Through March 10, 2020 – New York

Comedy Carnival is a carnival-themed comedy show with some of NYC’s top up-and-coming stand up comics.Join us every Tuesday night at Lucky Jack’s on the Lower East Side.Hosted by Maura Sateriale and Rebecca Kaplan.Visit our Facebook to see this week’s lineup: https://www.facebook.com/comedycarnivalNYC/

Amsterdam Whitney Gallery February 2020 Exhibition – Amsterdam Whitney Gallery
Through March 11, 2020 – New York

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 531 West 25th Street- Ground Floor-Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase its FEBRUARY 8- MARCH 11, 2020 Valentine Exhibition starring leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds. This sweetheart of an exhibition contains a wealth of visual delights reflecting sublime artistic prowess. The exhibition is highlighted by its 18th Annual « VALENTINE’S » SOIREE on Saturday, FEBRUARY 15, 2020, which embraces unsurpassed contemporary master artworks, radiateing supreme artist energy as it seductively romances our visual senses. Delivering a visual commentary on the art world of today and pulsating with mesmerizing synergy and luminescent artistic creativity, these Valentine treasures are infused with a romantic mystique and become landmark visual gems as they boldly re-imagine the contemporary quotidian. Sophisticated, eclectic and evanescent, this visual diary of art represents the universality of the world as they shine the spotlight on a global artistic language and present various perspectives. Emotional engagement pairs up with acute observation and intelligent analysis to form compelling, thou… (read more)

Carter Burden Gallery Announces New Exhibitions by Re-Emerging NYC Artists – Carter Burden Gallery
Through March 11, 2020 – New York

Carter Burden Gallery presents three new exhibitions: Metamorphosis in the East Gallery featuring Claire Boren, Pauline Chernichaw, & Carlos N. Molina, Visions and Voices in the West gallery featuring nextactART, and On the Wall featuring Adrianne Lobel. The reception will be held February 13, 2020 from 6 – 8 p.m. The exhibition runs from February 13 thru March 11, 2020 at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The gallery hours are Tuesday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.In Metamorphosis, Claire Boren presents recent large, abstract mixed media works. The inspiration for Borens works often stem from her personal history; they represent her feelings and mindset as she processes each experience. Boren states, In contrast to much of my earlier work, these paintings express the urgency and anxiety associated with such decisions, offset by the immediacy of our present time. These works embody my current frame of minda transition from one phase to the next.Claire Boren began working with abstraction in 1995 after many years of creating realistic and figurative work. Making the shift to abstract work in mixed media allowed her to translate her interior wo… (read more)

« A Most Violent Year » – Tambaran 2 Gallery
Through March 12, 2020 – New York, New York

Alone, dead winter, and again, Im awake with the ravens. I havent really slept since the end of November. On a Fulbright grant in Kyiv, the city of my birth. From a country that no longer exists. In a new country I no longer know, I must spend the remainder of the cold months in Ukraine.The extended metaphor: journey is uphill and the perils too real. War, martial law, global market economies, all of our lives in the balance, and always, the missing. The missing and the art are the only constants.My studio looks like a room prepped for an execution. Plastic wall to ceiling, and Im painting about myself, about vulnerability, about love, about longing. Im painting about politics, about turmoil, about misunderstanding. Im painting about systemic violence, and the present so informed by nostalgia.The winter lasts right up until the summer. I have completed some projects and broken new ground. I have suffered but ate well. I, mostly intact, brought back this testament of my time and labor for your consideration.- Misha Tyutyunik

Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship With David Bowie – Pangea
Through March 14, 2020 – New York

WHO: RAQUEL CION, described by the New York Times as « half witch… half cabaret performer » and by TONY as an « alt cabaret siren. » Director Cynthia Cahill, Musical Director Karl Saint Lucy. WHAT: Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship With David Bowie, a 90-minute cabaret exploring Raquel Cion’s soul love for David Bowie’s artistry and David Jones’ humanity, through personal stories and musical performance, is back at Pangea for a 3-month residency. WHEN:Thursday, January 16Friday, January 17Friday, February 21Saturday, February 22Friday, March 13Saturday, March 14

Drumfolk – New Victory Theater
Through March 15, 2020 – Manhattan

Powerful. Precise. Persistent. Political. The drum is talking. The music is calling. When Africans lost the right to use their drums, the beats found their way into the body of the peoplethe DRUMFOLK. New percussive art forms took root and made way for tap, beatboxing and the African American tradition of stepping. From hambone to hip-hop, an extraordinary ensemble of dancers, drummers and musicians takes us from West Africa to Washington, D.C., to reveal the hidden histories and resounding rhythms that transformed America.This show has a running time of 1 hour and 35 minutes including one intermission.

Colorstruck – Theater for the New City
Through March 15, 2020 – New York

This solo show by Bay Area comic Donald E. Lacy, Jr. is a bittersweet examination of how cultural assumptions drive American society. Paul Berss (NY Theatre Wire) characterized the production as « a seamless ride from hate and injustice to funny and heartwarming, all artfully blended and delivered by a master entertainer who is at once an actor, a comedian, a thinker and an activist. » The show is continually reshaped to keep up with current events. Lacy uses humor as an icebreaker to bring all races to the racial colloquy.

Keeping Hope Alive: 10 Years of Care in Haiti – Tzu Chi Center
Through March 15, 2020 – NY

Join us as we commemorate the 10 years of Tzu Chi USAs commitment to Haiti since the 2010 earthquake through our brand new photo exhibition,Keeping Hope Alive: 10 Years of Care in Haiti.The Exhibit will be on view until March 15, 2020, during the Tzu Chi Center Operational hours every day 11 am- 4 pm. Hourly tours are available.LocationTzu Chi Center229 E 60th StreetNew York, NY 10022

WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines – ROYAL FAMILY
Through March 16, 2020 – New York,

After a sold-out run in 2018, Royal Family will bring back WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines by popular demand for only 12 Performances Led once again by Kathleen Chalfant, this star-studded, rotating cast of women explores the state of the United States. Our cast includes Gina Naomi Baez, Andra Burns, Maddie Corman, Julie Halston, Steffanie Leigh, Cynthia Mace, Gargi Mukherjee, Alysia Reiner, Laila Robins, Constance Shulman, Lianah Sta. Ana and Ashley Williams with more to be announced shortly!Tickets are $30; $100; $250 and can be purchased by clicking royalfamilyproductions.org

WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines – ROYAL FAMILY
Through March 16, 2020 – New York,

After a sold-out run in 2018, Royal Family will bring back WOMEN ON FIRE: Stories from the Frontlines by popular demand for only 12 Performances Led once again by Kathleen Chalfant, this star-studded, rotating cast of women explores the state of the United States. Our cast includes Gina Naomi Baez, Andra Burns, Maddie Corman, Julie Halston, Steffanie Leigh, Cynthia Mace, Gargi Mukherjee, Alysia Reiner, Laila Robins, Constance Shulman, Lianah Sta. Ana and Ashley Williams with more to be announced shortly!

Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter – International Print Center New York (IPCNY)
Through March 21, 2020 – New York City

INTERNATIONAL PRINT CENTER NEW YORK (IPCNY) is pleased to present Homebody: New Prints 2020/Winter, an exhibition featuring 31 artists from Australia, Canada, Portugal, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States whose work explores relationships between personal and domestic structures. IPCNYs New Prints Program is a biannual, juried open call for prints and print-based work that captures current voices and issues in contemporary printmaking.Throughout the jurying process, Ariana Barat, Gregory Burnet, Orit Mardkha-Tenzer, and Keris Salmon were collectively drawn to works that played with themes of domesticity and place. Burnet noted his affinity for things we see all the time but maybe become too used to, including landscapes, domestic interiors, furniture, utensils, and even pets.

Above / Below Opening with Joan Iaconetti and Joshua Benson – The Gallery at W83
Through March 23, 2020 – New York

Above / Below Gallery Opening. Above / Below features Joan Iaconettis watercolors of New Yorks subway system paired with Joshua Bensons images of the citys rooftops and skylines. Opening wine reception Thursday, January 23, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm, and on display at the Gallery at W83 (150 West 83rd Street) until March 23.

Winter 2020at the South Street Seaport Museum – South Street Seaport Museum
Through March 31, 2020 – New York

South Street Seaport Museum announces the upcoming February and March schedule of events and exhibitions. The Museum, located at 12 Fulton Street, NYC, is open Wednesdays-Sundays in February and March from 11am-5pm. General admission is $20 ($14 for seniors and students, children ages 8 and below are free). Tickets are available at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/34598/1577854800000. Museum memberships are also available at https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/store/34598/packages.Step inside 12 Fulton Street at Schermerhorn Row to begin a seaport adventure, followed by a visit to the Street of Ships on Pier 16. Museum admission includes on-going exhibitionsMillions: Migrants and Millionaires abroad the Great Liners, 1900-1914andStreet of Ships: The Port and Its Peopleas well as access to historic ships:shipWavertreeand lightshipAmbroseare available to tour as part of the admission experience.March Special EventsCelebrate Pi Day on Wavertree:Why is a porthole round? Explore the world of circles on tall ships through activities for all ages. The number pi, which is used in measuring circles, is approximately 3.14, so on March 14 (3.14) we celebrate Pi Day. Hands-o… (read more)

360 Reality Audio At Sony Square NYC – Sony Square NYC
Through March 31, 2020 – New York

Sony Square NYC invites you to immerse yourself in music from some of your favorite artists through 360 Reality Audio technology. Step inside Sony Square NYCs custom built 360 Reality Audio studio and listen to your favorite tracks like youve never heard them before. Immerse yourself in music from some of your favorite artists like Khalid, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott, O.A.R, Chloe x Halle and more.

Denied from New York – Improv Asylum NYC
Through April 02, 2020 – New York

Rejection is a part of every comedians life, but Giancarlo Mariutto and Sean Reidy turn that rejection into rejectionade with Denied from New York a sketch show about trying to find success in all walks of life. Each show they assemble a hilarious cast that features some of NYCs best comedians and musical acts alongside celebrity guests.Cassidy Routh (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee)Jo Firestone (The Tonight Show, Hulu’s Shrill)Michael Torpey (TruTV’s Paid Off, Orange is the New Black)Every 1st Thursday at 9pm

Exhibition, « Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950s1980s » – Grey Art Gallery, NYU
Through April 04, 2020 – New York

Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950s1980s explores the development of abstraction in the Arab world via paintings, sculpture, and works on paper dating from the 1950s through the 1980s. Examining how and why artists investigated the expressive capacities of line, color, and texture, Taking Shape highlights a number of abstract movements that developed in the Middle East, North Africa, and West Asia, as well as the Arab diaspora. Across these regions, individual artists and artist collectives grappled with issues of authenticity, national and regional identity, and the decolonization of culture. Drawn from the collection of the Barjeel Art Foundation based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, the exhibition features nearly 90 works by a diverse group of artists such as Etel Adnan, Shakir Hassan Al Said, Kamal Boullata, Huguette Caland, Ahmed Cherkaoui, Saloua Raouda Choucair, Rachid Korachi, Mohamed Melehi, and Hassan Sharif, among others. On view are works produced by artists from countries including Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and United Arab Emirates. Curated and organized by Suheyla Takesh, Curat… (read more)

A Sign of the Times – Theater 511
Through April 04, 2020 – New York

A Sign of the Times is an epic theatrical exploration of life, loss, hope and time. At a personal and professional crossroads, a man becomes a Stop/Slow traffic controller outside a construction site in an effort to catch his breath and simplify his life. With his wit and vivid imagination, he invokes Shakespeare, Einstein and more visionaries on his emotional odyssey. Though he tries valiantly to distract himself from the pains in his present from his recent past, its through the saving grace of time that he reclaims his future. Join him for his entertaining and soulful investigation of lifes meaning in an uncertain world. Part joyous comedy, part thoughtful tragedy it is the entirety of life in 95 minutes. Monday and Tuesday at 7PM; NO SHOW on Wednesdays Thursday Friday at 8 PM; Saturday at 3 PM and 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM

Two Can Play – Castillo Theatre
Through April 05, 2020 – NY

Playwright Trevor Rhone (1940 2009) was the artistic giant of Jamaican theater. This play is a masterpiece of comic realism. Gloria and Jim, a lower middle-class couple in Kingston, try a wild scheme to escape gun crime and establish residence in the US: Gloria will legally divorce Jim, marry a US citizen, and then having obtained a visa, will divorce her new husband and remarry Jim. Through the confusions and hardships she meets in the US, she becomes assured in her in her own self-sufficiency and resourcefulness. Their marriage, one of domination for him and struggle for her, is now leveled. They survive because they learn to communicate and rediscover each other. The play celebrates the pent-up need for self-discovery and personal development in Jamaican women, a theme which is also universal. Presented by Woodie King’s New Federal Theatre, performed by Michael Rogers and Joyce Sylvester; directed by Clinton Turner Davis.

Shinique Smith ‘Indelible Marks’ – UBS Art Gallery
Through April 10, 2020 – New York

The UBS Art Collection presents Indelible Marks, an exhibition of new sculptures and paintings by the American artist Shinique Smith at the UBS Art Gallery in UBSs New York headquarters at 1285 Avenue of the Americas from January 27 April 10, 2020. For this exhibition, Smith unveils a selection from her newest body of two and three-dimensional works comprised of coded messages in cloth and calligraphy. Smith, who is represented in the UBS Art Collection, has employed recycled clothing, fabrics and objects to construct sculptures, paintings and site-specific installations. Inspired by the vast nature of the things that we create, consume and discard, her works resonate on personal and social scales, operating at the convergence of consumption, displacement and sanctuary. On view alongside Smiths paintings and sculptures are artworks by other artists in the Collection, which Smith selected, including Brice Marden, Cecily Brown, Cy Twombly, Julie Mehretu and Helen Frankenthaler, that relate to the theme of line and gesture.The UBS Art Gallery opened in 2019 and celebrated its inaugural season of exhibitions with A History and a Moment: Works from the UBS Art Collection and … (read more)

Ballerina: Fashions Modern Muse – Museum at FIT
Through April 18, 2020 – New York

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (MFIT) presents Ballerina: Fashions Modern Muse, the first large-scale exhibition to illustrate the profound and enduring influences of classical ballet and its most celebrated practitionersballerinason modern high fashion.Although ballet is a centuries-old art form that consistently reflected and absorbed prevailing fashions, it was not until the interwar years of the twentieth century that this dance form took its place in the Western pantheon of modern high culture and began to influence many areas of creativity, including fashion. At the same time, the ballerina, the art forms most celebrated practitioner, blossomed into a revered figure of beauty and glamour, and her signature costumethe corseted tutuinspired many of fashions leading designers for the first time.Organized by Patricia Mears, deputy director of MFIT, Ballerina: Fashions Modern Muse presents objects that reflect this phenomenonfrom tutu-inspired haute couture gowns to American ready-to-wear designs based on leotards and other ballet practice clothingall interspersed with a dazzling selection of costumes. Dating mainly from the 1930s to the early … (read more)

Sloomoo Institute – Sloomoo Institute
Through April 18, 2020 – New York

A sensory playground centered around slime, Sloomoo Institute is an artistic universe made to intrigue, delight, and evoke your inner child. Slime encourages wonder and joy, regardless of age. More than a childhood memory or satisfying social media trend, slime has been known to be a source of stress relief and it lets you unleash your imagination. Sloomoo Institute is a limited engagement. We are only open in New York Citys SoHo for nearly six months and then we will pack up and bring our recipe for happiness to another city.So wear comfortable shoes, clothes you dont mind getting messy (tip: wear pants and shirts with sleeves you can easily roll up) and get your ticket to indulge!

Sloomoo Institute – Sloomoo Institute
Through April 18, 2020 – New York

A sensory playground centered around slime, Sloomoo Institute is an artistic universe made to intrigue, delight, and evoke your inner child. Slime encourages wonder and joy, regardless of age. More than a childhood memory or satisfying social media trend, slime has been known to be a source of stress relief and it lets you unleash your imagination. Sloomoo Institute is a limited engagement. We are only open in New York Citys SoHo for nearly six months and then we will pack up and bring our recipe for happiness to another city.So wear comfortable shoes, clothes you dont mind getting messy (tip: wear pants and shirts with sleeves you can easily roll up) and get your ticket to indulge!

High Tea at Elsie Rooftop – Elsie Rooftop
Through April 25, 2020 – New york

Enjoy High Tea in high places at Elsie Rooftop. Every Saturday from 2:00pm – 5:00pm with a special High Tea menu. Featuring tiered sandwich and dessert platters along with specialty boozy hot cocktails.

NOTHING HERE IS REAL – Oxbow Tavern
Through April 26, 2020 – New York

After a nearly sold-out run in 2019, magician and mentalist Gary Ferrar returns to The Oxbow Tavern on the Upper West Side, with his unique and intimate magic show, NOTHING HERE IS REAL. NOTHING HERE IS REAL is a mesmerizing parlor show that takes place in a secret room below Tom Valenti’s Oxbow Tavern. Part speakeasy, part nostalgic cocktail lounge lined with velvet curtains, plush couches and an old fashion bar, the space is transformed into a place of endless possibilities. With a mixture of humor, charm, and unexplainable magic, what takes place over a thoroughly entertaining 90 minutes is a one-of-a-kind experience that cannot exist elsewhere. Be prepared to be mystified by Ferrar and leave wondering how he did it and if any of it was real.All tickets include two complimentary beverages (beer, wine, cocktails, soda). Running time: 90 minutes.Recommended for adults and children 10 and up.Upcoming Performance Dates:Sunday, February 23 @ 7 pmSunday, March 29 @ 7 pmSunday, April 26 @ 7 pm

The Little Mermaid the musical OPENING WEEKEND! – The Players Theatre
Through April 26, 2020 – New York

« Once upon a time there was a little mermaid who dreamed of the day when she would finally be old enough to explore the wonders of the world above the sea… » Running 70 minutes with no intermission, this production features a live music ensemble and includes a family workshop 1 hour prior to each matinee performance. Here the audience meets members of the creative team as well as an actor from the production who relate how they turn a book into a musical onstage. Afterward, the children are invited to create a sea creature that they can bring home as a souvenir.

Frankenstein (musical) – St. Luke’s theatre
Through April 28, 2020 – New York

Frankenstein, is a new musical, with book, music and lyrics by Eric B. Sirota based on Mary Shelley’s novel, and directed by Clint Hromsco. It is a two-act sweeping, romantic musical about the human need for love and companionship. It has been running Off-Broadway at St. Luke’s Theatre for over 2 years!Published in 1818, Mary Shelleys Frankenstein has celebrated its bicentennial year, and this musical honors its source material. Having lost his mother at a young age, Victor Frankenstein seeks to end human mortality and arrogantly enters territory beyond his control. While he enjoys unconditional love from Elizabeth, Victor grants none to his creation. Frankenstein has been extended into 2019 and continues to play Mondays at 7 PM, Off-Broadway at St. Lukes Theatre in the heart of the theatre district. It is an open run, and tickets through Jan 28, 2020 are on sale now. (There is no performance on Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve, Monday Dec. 31.)

Happy Hour at TGA NYC – TGA NYC
Through April 29, 2020 – New York

TGA NYC, an upscale restaurant and sports bar featuring a retractable roof, serves happy hour every Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the bar. Guests may enjoy $9 appetizers alongside drink specials. The menu, subject to change, includes: Appetizers Veggies & Hummus Pita, celery and carrots Spinach Artichoke Dip Served with fresh tortillas Crispy Bacon Ranch Bites Fried chix popcorn, bacon pieces, topped with a drizzle of Ranch and fresh chives TGA Soft Pretzel Spicy brown mustard and beer cheese fondue Mommas Meatballs Topped with grated Parmesan, served with Italian bread Mozzarella Sticks Marinara sauce Chicken Wings Three Cheese Sliders Drinks $6 Well Drinks $5 Beer (Excluding Lord Hobo) $7 House Wines Pinot Grigio / Sauvignon Blanc / Prosecco / Riesling / Merlot / Pinot Noir / Malbec / Toscana

Baruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch College Announces 2019/2020 Season – Baruch Performing Arts Center
Through May 02, 2020 – New York

Baruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch CollegeAnnounces 2019/2020 SeasonBaruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch College announces its 2019-20 Season of music, theatre, dance, opera and more, a season spanning genres and cultural influences, rich in imagination and ideas.Season Highlights:World Premieres by choreographersAbdul LatifandAmanda Selwyn,A collaboration by jazz greatsVijay Iyer(pianist) andWadada Leo Smith(trumpeter),The World Premiere ofBarbara Hammond’s playTerra Firma,directed byShana Cooper(TFANA) withAndrus Nichols,The World Premiere ofBlood Moon,an opera-theatre work byGarrett Fisher(composer) andEllen McLaughlin(librettist) andRachel Dickstein(director), co-presented withPROTOTYPEand theJapan Society.2019/2020 Season:Terra Firma*World Premiere*September 27 – November 10, 2019Co-presented with The COOPIn a not-so-distant Beckettian future, years after The Big War, a tiny kingdom wrestles with the problems of running a nation, sparring with the concepts of what makes a citizen, a country and a civilization. The play is inspired by real life events: In the 1960’s a retired army major in the United Kingdom cl… (read more)

Sylvia: A 19th Century Life Unveiled – Merchants House Museum
Through May 04, 2020 – New York

In 2002, a small, timeworn leather trunk was discarded for garbage on a sidewalk in Lower Manhattan; it was found replete with the cherished keepsakes of a 19th century New York City woman. Thus began visual artist Stacy Renee Morrisons self-proclaimed love affair with Sylvia DeWolf Ostrander, whose early life parallels that of Gertrude Tredwell, who lived at 29 East 4th Street.For almost two decades, Ms. Morrison has been on an obsessive quest to weave together Sylvias life in the 19th century through the personal belongings she left behind and to re-imagine it in todays world through art and fashion.This is the first time Sylvias trunk and its treasured contents will be exhibited in public. On display, an invitation to a ball honoring the Prince of Wales in 1860, letters from the Civil War, Sylvias journals, mourning jewelry made of human hair, paper dolls, and other ephemera. Photographs and screen-printed clothing illustrate Sylvias life in the present as the artists muse.Stacy Renee Morrison is a visual artist who often forgets what century it is. She finds herself haunted by women who lived their lives well before her own and creates visual biographies … (read more)

Ballet Connoisseurship Seminars for Adults – School of American Ballet
Through May 06, 2020 – New York

SAB’s Ballet Connoisseurship is an educational offering for adults providing seasoned ballet goers, patrons, students, scholars, and newcomers alike with knowledge and perspectives that will enhance their appreciation of ballet. Each unit consists of three 90-minute courses and will feature one course which illuminates SAB’s unique methods and the Balanchine aesthetic through live in-studio student demonstrations.Ballet Connoisseurship was launched in January 2019 as part of our new « SAB Open » division. The first three units ran January through April 2019, exploring history, technique, and choreographic masters.The next six units will run September 2019 through May 2020, both covering new territory and taking deeper looks into last winter’s course matter.

Earth Celebrations ECOLOGICAL CITY: Art & Climate Solutions Action Workshops – Earth Celebrations @ Sixth Street Community Center
Through May 06, 2020 – Manhattan

Earth Celebrations ECOLOGICAL CITY: Art & Climate Solutions Action Workshops Join creative climate solutions action and collaborate with Earth Celebrations’ artists-in-residence creating visual art, giant puppets, costumes and performances to be presented in the culminating Ecological City: Procession for Climate Solutions.Ecological City: Cultural & Climate Solutions Action Project applies the inspirational power of the arts to build community, collaboration and action on climate solution and ecological sustainability initiatives throughout the community gardens, neighborhood and waterfront on the Lower East Side of New York City.ARTS & CLIMATE SOLUTIONS WORKSHOPSFebruary 29 May 6Wednesdays 6pm 9pm | costume with artist Michele Brody Saturdays 12pm 4pm | puppet with artist Lucrecia Novoa*** ECOLOGICAL CITY – Bio Arts Workshops – Making Mycelium, Kombucha and Seaweed Sculpture & Costumes – with bio-remediation artist, Dee Dee MaucherMarch 4, 11, 18 – 6-9pm (separate sign up through link)LOCATION: Earth Celebrations @ Sixth Street Community Center638 E. 6th Street (btw. Aves. C & D) Lower East Side, NYCFREE SIGN UP TO REGISTER | LEARN M… (read more)

Museum of Modern Art Presents Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures – Museum of Modern Art
Through May 09, 2020 – New York

Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures, the first major solo exhibition of the photographers incisive work in over 50 years at the Museum of Modern Art (located at 11 West 53 Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), opens to the public on Sunday, February 9. On view through May 9, 2020, Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures includes approximately 100 photographs drawn entirely from the Museums collection, paired with archival materials such as correspondence, historical publications, and oral histories. Organized by Sarah Meister, Words & Pictures will provide a deeper understanding of how Lange used her photography and words to urge photographers to reconnect with the world around them.Toward the end of her life, Dorothea Lange (18951965) remarked, All photographsnot only those that are so-called documentary, and every photograph really is documentary and belongs in some place, has a place in historycan be fortified by words. Organized loosely chronologically and spanning her career, the exhibition groups iconic works together with lesser known photographs and traces their varied relationships to words. The exhibition will also include contemporary voices, to examine the ways in… (read more)

TADA! Youth Theater Announces Winter Semester Classes Open for Registration – TADA! Youth Theater
Through May 09, 2020 – New York

Winter Classes 12 session musical theater weekly classes begin January 27, 2020 through May 9, 2020.All TADA! classes and camps are focused on original work and are team-taught by two professional Teaching Artists with extensive experience in musical theater and arts education. Ensemble methods are taught to encourage active listening, empathy and working with others. All students focus on daily musical theater training, expressing themselves through storytelling and developing characters within their show. Winter session classes culminate in a quality performance where students perform their very own mini-musical for a live audience.

Craftsmanship and the Creation of Babylon’s Ishtar Gate – ISAW
Through May 24, 2020 – New York

In fall 2019, ISAW will present A Wonder to Behold, an exhibition exploring ancient ideas about craftsmanship and the power of clay, glass, and stone through the display of the surviving fragments of Babylon’s iconic Ishtar Gate and Processional Way.

Ballet Hispnico School of Dance Drop-In Classes – Ballet Hispnico
Through June 06, 2020 – New York

Ballet Hispanico announces 2020 Adult Drop-in Classes, available every week and open to all levels. Classes begin Monday, January 6, 2020 and include Ballet, Flamenco, Hip-Hop, Salsa, Tap, and Yoga. Must be 18 and up to register, children are NOT permitted to these classes. Students more than 10 minutes late will NOT be permitted to join class. See class descriptions for recommended attire. For more information and a detailed schedule please visit: https://www.ballethispanico.org/classes/drop-in?org=1573&lvl=100&ite=538&lea=7013&ctr=0&par=1&trk=a1Gf4000006vny3EAAQuestions?/Preguntas?E-mail school@ballethispanico.org *AARP members receive 20% off Drop-In Classes through 12/18/2019. Use discount code provided by AARP in Mindbody checkout.CLASS SCHEDULE Tap -Mondays 7:00-8:00pmBallet -Tuesdays 7:15-8:15pmSalsa -Wednesdays 7:30-8:30pmYoga -Thursdays 6:30-7:30pmFlamenco -Saturdays 4:30-5:30pmCLASS DESCRIPTIONSBalletDevelop a holistic understanding of the ballet curriculum and technical skills in a disciplined yet nurturing environment. The program emphasizes clarity of lines, execution and precision, dynamic movement, musicality, and artistic express… (read more)

Works & Process, the Performing Arts Series at the Guggenheim, Announces Spring 2020 Season – The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through June 14, 2020 – New York

Works & Process, the Performing Arts Series at theGuggenheim, Announces Spring 2020 SeasonHighlightsOpening Night Cabaret with Anthony Roth CostanzoNew dance commissions by Ephrat Asherie and Omari WilesTheatrical first looks atCompany,West Side Story, andOcean FilibusterOpera sneak peek with Lincoln Center Theater’sIntimate Apparel, The Metropolitan Opera’sAgrippina, and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis’sAwakeningsDance previews featuring BalletX and Pennsylvania Ballet »An exceptional opportunity to understand something of the creative process. »-The New York Times(NEW YORK, NY -November 25, 2019)-Works & Process at the Guggenheim is pleased to announce itsspring 2020season. Since 1984,the performing arts series has championed new works and offered audiences unprecedented access to leading creators. The intimate Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater is the venue for these seventy-minute programsthatexplorethecreativeprocess through stimulating discussions and riveting performance highlights. One-of-a-kind productions created for the Guggenheim’s rotunda offer a unique experience of the landmark museum. Additional information is availabl… (read more)

The Wizard of Oz: a Jazz Musical for All Ages – Harlem Rep/Tato Laviera Theatre
Through June 20, 2020 – New York

« The Wizard of Oz » is mounted for the stage with a multi-racial cast, a jazz underscore and authoritative dramaturgy by representatives of the Yip Harburg Lyrics Foundation. Director/choreographer is Keith Lee Grant, Founding Artistic and Producing Director of Harlem Rep. With its timeless score and eternal allegories, this musical is a magical experience for young (and young-at-heart) audiences. Based on MGMs classic motion picture, the stage version mounted here follows John Kane’s adaptation for the Royal Shakespeare Company, which is based on the book by L. Frank Baum, with brilliant songs by lyricist E.Y. (« Yip ») Harburg and composer Harold Arlen.Thanks to work of dramaturg Deena R. Harburg, President of the Yip Harburg Lyrics Foundation, in association with acclaimed librettist Arthur Perlman, New York audiences have a chance to see the show sharpened to more of the original vision of E.Y. « Yip » Harburg, who was an unashamedly progressive thinker. The cast is multi-racial and features Latino, Black and Asian actors, fulfilling Yip’s vision of a multicultural universe. Dorothy, played by Taylor-Rey Rivera, is interpreted as a modern girl and future leader who is grow… (read more)

Magic Show – Broadway Comedy Club
Through June 27, 2020 – New York

Prepare yourself for an afternoon filled with mystery and inspiration during the Magic Show, one hour show at the legendary Broadway Comedy Club. Master magician will enchant the young at heart with a dazzling display of sleight of hand tricks for kids and mentalism for adults. Multiple show dates — Feb. 22, March 14, March 28, April 4, April 28, May 9, May 16, June 13 and June 27It is an interactive experience for the young at heart.DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 P.M.SHOW RUNS FROM 1:00 P.M. TO 2:00 P.M.Please note – there is two item food and beverage minimum requirement.

MoMA Presents JUDD- The First Retrospective Work Of Donald Judd – Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through July 11, 2020 – New York

Judd, the first major U.S. retrospective dedicated to the work of Donald Judd (19281994) in over three decades, will open to the public on Sunday, March 1st at the Museum of Modern Art, located at 11 West 53rd Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), Manhattan. Presented solely at MoMA, the exhibition explores the remarkable vision of an artist who revolutionized the history of sculpture, highlighting the full scope of Judds career through 70 works in sculpture, painting, drawing, and prints, from public and private collections in the US and abroad. Judd is organized by Ann Temkin, The Marie-Jose and Henry Kravis Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture, with Yasmil Raymond, Tamar Margalit, and Erica Cooke.Judd will be the first full-scale introduction to the artists career for many viewers (including a generation born since his last American retrospective in 1988). It will be organized in chronological order to demonstrate an artistic vision that developed in both methodical and utterly unpredictable ways. Tickets to the Museum can be purchased at moma.org. Museum Cost of Admission:Adult: $25Seniors (65+): $18Visitors with disabilities: $18Students: $14… (read more)

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – McFadden’s
Through August 31, 2020 – New York

General knowledge trivia games with picture round, Name That Tune and social rounds. Topics include, but are not limited to: sports, TV, music, movies, geography, science, technology, history, government and pop culture. Current events and NYC questions also show up.Follow on Instagram and/or Facebook ThinkWhileYouDrink for hints, promotions and event reminders.Games are FUN and free to play and teams (from 1 to 6 people per team) can win $$$ off bar tab.Not a league.

Third Dimension: Works from The Brant Foundation – The Brant Foundation
Through September 03, 2020 – New York

Third Dimension: Works from The Brant Foundation is the second exhibition at The Brant Foundations New York space, featuring over 20 artists integral to its collection. The selected sculptures, installations, and other works oscillating between painting and object represent the multifaceted practices of the artists on view, offering visitors the opportunity to encounter artists who have been collected in depth by Brant Foundation founder Peter M. Brant over the past 50 years. With a focus on sculpture and installation, The Brant Foundation pays tribute to the history of its East Village space, formerly the longtime studio of artist and sculptor Walter De Maria.

High Tea at Elsie Rooftop – Elsie Rooftop
Through October 19, 2020 – New york

Elsie de Wolfe created the first penthouse in the 20s. Also knownas Lady Mendl, Elsie was an American actress, interior decorator, and author of the influential novel The House in Good Taste,and a prominent figure in New York, Paris, and London society.HIGH TEA SERVICE @ ELSIE ROOFTOPStarting October 19th, Else Rooftop will run High Tea Service every Saturday from 2pm-5pm.

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Bar None
Through November 16, 2020 – New York

General knowledge trivia games with picture round, Name That Tune and social rounds. Topics include, but are not limited to: sports, TV, music, movies, geography, science, technology, history, government and pop culture. Current events and NYC questions also show up.Follow on Instagram and/or Facebook ThinkWhileYouDrink for hints, promotions and event reminders.Games are FUN and free to play and teams (from 1 to 6 people per team) can win $$$ off bar tab.Not a league.

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Bar None
Through November 19, 2020 – New York

ThinkWhileYouDrink trivia events weekly at 6:30pm Thursdays at Bar None on 98 3rd Avenue in the East Village.Free to play! General knowledge game with picture, social, Name That Tune rounds… Topics include geography, history, science, pop culture, movies, TV, sports, and games. Prizes for winning teams. 1-6 players per team.Come check it out!ThinkWhileYouDrink.netFollow for hints and event info at Instagram and Facebook – ThinkWhileYouDrink

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Johnny Utah’s
Through November 30, 2020 – New York

General knowledge trivia games with picture round, Name That Tune and social rounds. Topics include, but are not limited to: sports, TV, music, movies, geography, science, technology, history, government and pop culture. Current events and NYC questions also show up.Follow on Instagram and/or Facebook ThinkWhileYouDrink for hints, promotions and event reminders.Games are FUN and free to play and teams (from 1 to 6 people per team) can win $$$ off bar tab.Not a league.

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Johnny Utah’s
Through November 30, 2020 – New York

General knowledge trivia games with picture round, Name That Tune and social rounds. Topics include, but are not limited to: sports, TV, music, movies, geography, science, technology, history, government and pop culture. Current events and NYC questions also show up.Follow on Instagram and/or Facebook ThinkWhileYouDrink for hints, promotions and event reminders.Games are FUN and free to play and teams (from 1 to 6 people per team) can win $$$ off bar tab.Not a league.

Kest Pizza Making Class – Kest Fulton
Through December 17, 2020 – New York, NY

Keste recreational pizza classes consist of 2 hours of pizza history, techniques, and the actual making and enjoying of your pizza. We also include one glass of our house wine or beer/soft drink. If you want to purchase unlimited wine and beer you can do so with an additional $35 per person. Also included in our recreational classes is a gift bag of Caputo flour, a can of our highly prized Ciao tomatoes and a recipe of our pizza so you can make at home. We host classes every Tuesday and Thursday of the week 7PM-9PM, depending on the availability left. The pricing depends on how many people you would like in your reservation. The class for 1-9 adults is priced at $80/person (not including taxes and tips). However, if you plan on having more than 10 people we do have a group discount of $60 (not including tax + gratuity) per person. It is to be noted that the maximum capacity for our classes is 40 people. Please note we require a 30% non-refundable down payment for us to reserve the spot for you. This does not include sales tax and gratuity. Please keep in mind the rate will change according to the above stated amount should the number of attendees drop from the initi… (read more)

Picasso’s Le Tricorne – New-York Historical Society
Through December 31, 2020 – Upper West Side

Now on display at the New-York Historical Society is a newly acquired and conserved Picasso in the exhibition Picasso’s « Le Tricorne. » It is the first work by Picasso, and one with great wall power and a New York history, to enter New-York Historical’s collection.Pablo Picasso painted the stage curtain for the two-act ballet The Three-Cornered Hat (El sombrero de tres picos or Le tricorne). The ballet and curtain were commissioned by the impresario Sergei Diaghilev for his avant-garde, Paris-based Ballets Russes, the most influential ballet company of the twentieth-century. The ballet was choreographed by Lonide Massine with music by the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla. It premiered on July 22, 1919, at the Alhambra Theatre in London with sets, costume designs, and the monumental stage curtain created by Picasso. Picasso biographer John Richardson once called « Le Tricorne » the artist’s « supreme theatrical achievement. » The production, which was conceived by Diaghilev and Massine during a trip to Spain, was enhanced by its many Spanish collaborators, including Picasso who also designed the costumes and set for the ballet.Measuring roughly 20 feet square, the curtain depict… (read more)

ThinkWhileYouDrink Trivia – Johnny Utah’s
Through February 12, 2021 – New York

ThinkWhileYouDrink trivia events weekly at 6pm Mondays at Johnny Utah’s on 98 51st street between 5th & 6th avenues in midtown Manhattan.Free to play! General knowledge game with picture, social, Name That Tune rounds… Topics include geography, history, science, pop culture, movies, TV, sports, and games. Prizes for winning teams. 1-6 players per team.Come check it out!ThinkWhileYouDrink.netFollow for hints and event info at Instagram and Facebook – ThinkWhileYouDrink

Harlem Jazz Singers Showcase – Gin Fizz
Through May 31, 2021 – Harlem

Gordon Polatnick, the founder of Big Apple Jazz, has created a weekly series that brings the most talented, captivating and engaging Harlem jazz singers together with their knock-out all-star quartet – each week a new featured singer and band. Local musicians and singers often stop by to be a part of the excitement, and our guests are guaranteed seating for both sets unlike many other venues. Plan your next great evening out with the Harlem Jazz Singers Showcase. See talent like Tina Fabrique, Lynette Washington, Melanie Charles, Boncellia Lewis, Brianna Thomas, Emily Braden, Seydurah Avecmoi, Irene Blackman, Gary Samuels, and many more.Gin Fizz is a supper club right next to Red Rooster Harlem and conveniently located steps away from the 2/3 Train’s 125th Street stop on Lenox Ave. You will think you exited the subway and stepped into the kind of jazz age speakeasy which brought this neighborhood international fame during Prohibition and the Harlem Renaissance.Check our link to see who’s coming up this week.

Blythe Doll – New York
Through November 29, 2021 – City Guide

BLYTHE DOLL CUSTOMIZATION PANELWhen the worlds of fashion enthusiasts and doll collectors collide, Blythe dolls are at the center. These wide-eyed darlings are beloved as a creative dress for fans who love to pose and style their dolls. But with so many fashion options, how does one get started making custom Blythes? Youll learn just how at our Blythe doll customization panel!Ever wonder how to sew your own Blythe doll clothes, resculpt her face, or style her hair? Our panel will take fans through the basics of coordination and customization. With the mini petite Blythe, middie Blythes or even the moveable Neo Blythe doll, you will learn how to make your doll special.From her humble beginnings in the 70s to her modern resurgence in the past few decades, Blythe is about bringing together the style-savvy. Almost every aspect of her can be customized. Her hands, ears, and faceplate can be swapped out to add attitude and personality. Her hair and eyes can be changed to a rainbow of colours and styles to fit any aesthetic. And, of course, there are as many options for her clothing as fans can dream of.With so many choices, a Blythe doll is a blank canvas for the fashio… (read more)

New York City Scavenger Hunt – Central Park
Through December 31, 2021 – Manhattan

Explore the sights, sounds, and places that make New York City amazing as we lead you on a New York City scavenger hunt adventure.This hunt guides you and your friends on an intrepid walking tour as you find the best things to do in New York City. Solve puzzles, uncover historical secrets, and capture wacky moments as you scavenge your way to the New York City hall of fame and scavenger hunt glory.Without giving it all away, here are some of the top spots along this hunt: Bethesda Fountain, Belvedere Castle, The Dakota.Compete against your friends or colleagues in the best large group activity New York City has to offer. Uncover your teams fearless leaders, trivia champions, and sharpshooting photographers as your company works together to conquer New York City. Teambuilders by ScavengerHunt.com are the most epic outdoor team building game in town and one your team will never forget.And does anyone else hear wedding bells? Let us guide you through your New York City bachelorette party adventure as you and your bride tribe take over the town, hitting all the hot spots in New York City and taking some great pictures along the way. Its the New York City bachelorette party idea that … (read more)

Magic show featuring Randy Masters – Broadway Comedy Club
Through May 04, 2091 – New York

Prepare yourself for an afternoon filled with mystery and inspiration during the Magic Show, one hour show at the legendary Broadway Comedy Club.Master magician will enchant the young at heart with a dazzling display of sleight of hand tricks for kids and mentalism for adults.It is an interactive experience for the young at heart.DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 P.M.SHOW RUNS FROM 1:00 P.M. TO 2:00 P.M.Please note there is two item food and beverage minimum requirement.

Magic show featuring Randy Masters – Broadway Comedy Club
Through May 04, 2091 – New York

Prepare yourself for an afternoon filled with mystery and inspiration during the Magic Show, one hour show at the legendary Broadway Comedy Club.Master magician will enchant the young at heart with a dazzling display of sleight of hand tricks for kids and mentalism for adults.It is an interactive experience for the young at heart.DOORS OPEN AT 12:30 P.M.SHOW RUNS FROM 1:00 P.M. TO 2:00 P.M.Please note there is two item food and beverage minimum requirement.

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