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Friday, February 22

Bacon of the Month Beer Blast

Friday 2/22, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
host: BarBacon
where:BarBacon
127 4th Avenue
New York, NY 10003 (map)
price:free
details & rsvp online

Just come, buy a beer and get a ticket to try our homemade slab bacon! Hoboken Brewery will also be on-site serving 5 oz tastings!

Our current BarBacon Menu has a menu selection: House Cured and Smoked Slab Bacon. As described, this is our own bacon that we make and smoke every day. Our mission as a company, is to introduce people to new and interesting ways to experience bacon, not just in flavor but in presentation. Only at BarBacon can you get fresh out of the smoker and impossibly tender.
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Saturday, February 23

African Pop-Up Festival NYC

Come experience the sounds, sights, style and taste of Africa as you shop, eat, dance, and mingle. Celebrate Black History/Heritage month - featuring vendors across food, fashion, beauty, wellness, design, arts, crafts and more.

Join New yorkers, foodies, culture enthusiasts, world travelers as they come out and support entrepreneurs from all over the Diaspora in a festive environment. Win Tickets as you celebrate Black History/Heritage Month.

Saturday 2/23, 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM
host: A Taste of Africa USA
where:MIST Harlem
46 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026 (map)
price:$15-$50
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Sunday, February 24

Sunday 2/24, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
host: The Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture
where:ST. JOHN'S IN THE VILLAGE
218 West 11th Street
New York, NY 10014 (map)
price:$10-$20
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Chamber music with Jonathan DePeri

“BACH TO THE FUTURE” CONCERT SERIES

Jonathan DePeri, pianist and Founder and Artistic Director of Gotham Arts, will be joined by friends for an undoubtedly fantastic afternoon of great chamber music.
  • Mozart: Piano Quartet No. 1 in g minor, K. 478(Jonathan DePeri, piano; Eric Simpson, violin; Eran Leigh Sykes, viola; Ben Hildner, violoncello)
  • Brahms: Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78 (Jonathan DePeri, piano; Jeffery King, violin)
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Monday, February 25

Gold Mining in Colombia

A conversation with human rights and visual imaging photographer Stephen Ferry author of La Batea. La Batea book looks closely at small-scale gold mining in Colombia and documents the struggles of gold mining communities in Colombia to defend their way of life against armed criminal organizations and multinational corporations seeking their gold. Colombia reflects the situation of local communities worldwide who face violent repression for opposing large-scale mining projects in their territories.

Monday 2/25, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
host: CLACS-NYU
where:King Juan Carlos I of Spain, Auditorium
53 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012 (map)
price:free
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Tuesday, February 26

Migration as Survival in the Era of Climate Crisis

Governments are failing to take the action needed to stave off the worst effects of climate change. Meanwhile, tens of millions of people, primarily from poor communities and the Global South, are displaced by climate impacts every year only to be met by rising xenophobia, anti-migrant sentiment, and militarized borders.

This panel brings together journalists, activists, frontline organizers, academics, and artists to discuss the inextricable links between migration and climate catastrophe.

Tuesday 2/26, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
host: A/P/A Institute at NYU
where:NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center
53 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012 (map)
price:free
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Wednesday, February 27

Why Facts Don't Change Minds

Wednesday 2/27, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
host: Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment
where:Pace University - NYC Campus
Zannino Conference Room
One Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038 (map)
price:free
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Environmental managers need to communicate scientific information to the public, but are often in need of tools for effective and meaningful messaging. This workshop will discuss recent research on the psychology of science communication and lead participants in exercises to enhance science communication with the public, such as story-telling and emotional reasoning.
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Thursday, February 28

Fair Elections, Better Turnout

There have been successes recently in Albany in regards to voting reform. But what has actually been accomplished? What is there still left to be done? New York has consistently ranked among the nation's worst states for voter turnout, and we want to explore why that has been the case and what we need to do going forward.
Join us as we invite institutions across New York City to come together and to be a part of a coalition that advocates for sensible legislation.

Thursday 2/28, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
host: Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
where:Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 West 68th Street
New York, NY 10023 (map)
price:free
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Friday, March 1

Mardi Gras 2019 at 230 Fifth

My annual Mardi Gras party is one of my signature events, with past celebrations drawing over 600 guests!

This year we will celebrate in the private event space of NYC's largest and most spectacular rooftop lounge!

Upon entering the building, take the FRONT elevators to the top floor. There will be signs & staff to help direct you.
  • Drink specials on beer, wine & well drinks!
  • There will be dancing, drinking and general merriment, and of course, lots of beads!
Admission is FREE!

Friday 3/1, 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
host: Andy Troy
where:230 FIFTH
230 5th Ave. Bet. 26th & 27th Streets (FRONT Elevators)
New York City
price:Free
rsvp/contact:AndyfTroy@aol.com or call 917-754-4329
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Tuesday, March 5

Tuesday 3/5, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
host: Clean Energy Connections
where:The Greene Space
44 Charlton St
New York, NY 10014 (map)
price:$12-$30
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Clean Energy Connections: The Circular Economy

We’re happy to partner with Circular City Week in bringing you the first Clean Energy Connections of 2019. This panel is all about the Circular Economy - what is it, how it works and how it can be implemented in New York City. You’ll hear from a variety of viewpoints on the Circular Economy. Panelists:
  • Kate Daly, Executive Director, Center for the Circular Economy at Closed Loop Partners
  • Tinia Pina, Founder/CEO, Re-Nuble
  • Further panelists to be announced
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Thursday, March 7

Film Screening - Paywall: The Business of Scholarship

Paywall: The Business of Scholarship is a documentary that focuses on the need for open access to research and science, questions the rationale behind the $25.2 billion a year that flows into for-profit academic publishers, and examines the 35-40% profit margin associated with the top academic publisher Elsevier.

After the viewing, producer and director Jason Schmitt will join a live Q&A session via video conference that will broadcast to screening locations throughout New York state.

Thursday 3/7, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
host: Metropolitan New York Library Council
where:METRO Library Council
599 11th Avenue
8th Floor
New York, NY 10036 (map)
price:free
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International Contemporary Ensemble - Discussion & Performance

Thursday 3/7, 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
host: The New School
where:Ernst C. Stiefel Concert Hall
55 W 13th Street
4th Floor
New York, NY 10011 (map)
price:free
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Join the International Contemporary Ensemble for a panel discussion on Creating (in) a more Just Society and a performance of Earth Ears by Pauline Oliveros, together with students from the College of Performing Arts at The New School.

“the new gold standard for new music” - The New Yorker

5:00-7:00 pm PRESENTATIONS AND PANEL DISCUSSION
Creating (in) a more Just Society: Representation, Equity, and Openness in Performing Arts

7:00 - 7:30 pm PERFORMANCE
Earth Ears by Pauline Oliveros
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Singles Event - Rejuvenating the Dating Scene

At Bonder, we curate events that offer innovative ways to spark a natural connection. Get ready to smile, laugh, and see where things go!

Tonight we bring you a brand new way to meet people, build meaningful relationships and have memorable conversations. Forget about the endless swipes and messages that lead nowhere. Join us for a singles event that offers a fresh way to date in the digital age!

Thursday 3/7, 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
host: Bonder
where:Drexler's
9 Avenue A
New York, NY 10009 (map)
price:$10
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Saturday, March 9

Saturday 3/9, 3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
host: New York Wine Events
where:PlayStation Theater
1515 Broadway
New York, NY 10036 (map)
price:$65
rsvp:online
contact:email or call 877-571-6690

NYC Winter Wine Festival

Join Us In Times Square For Our Largest Annual Wine Tasting!

General Admission Includes:

Sample hundreds of wines, feast on light accompaniments and take in a jazz concert.

In The Heart Of The Big Apple!

It goes down at the PlayStation Theater in the heart of Times Square, a 2100-capacity venue designed by award-winning architect David Rockwell.

Sample Wines From Around The World!

Participating wineries source their wine from the world’s finest grape growing regions.
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Sunday, March 10

Kim Foster plays J.S. Bach: Music for Viola

Brooklyn based Violist Kim Foster presents the solo works of J.S. Bach. Explore these deeply personal works along with the artist and discover other works that draw influences from Bach's compositional style. Concerts are presented live in homes of music supporters to small intimate audiences and broadcast online via Concert Window.  A portion of all ticket sales will be donated to each concert host's choice of organization.

Sunday 3/10, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
host: Kim Foster
where:New York, NY (map)
price:$20
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Monday, March 11

The Future of Community Green Space and Affordable Housing

Little Italy's Elizabeth Street Garden is a community sculpture garden with over 100,000 visitors a year and year-round free public programs. Currently, the City and NYC Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) plan to destroy the garden to develop affordable housing, office space, and luxury retail, despite a proposed alternative site for the planned development.

Join community garden representatives, activists, and scholars, as they explore access to public green space and affordable housing.

Monday 3/11, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
host: The New School
where:The Auditorium
66 West 12th Street
Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall, The New School
NY, NY 10011 (map)
price:free
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Wednesday, March 13

Wednesday 3/13, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
host: The Winston
where:The Winston
72 Hudson Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030 (map)
price:$35
details & rsvp online

A Taste of Ireland Cocktail Class

Join us in The Churchill Study as you get in the St. Patrick's Day spirit with our Special Edition: A Taste of Ireland Cocktail Class presented by Jameson.
Learn how to properly shake, pour, and stir delicious and FESTIVE cocktails.
  • Cocktail Instruction from The Winston's Beverage Director and Head Mixologist
  • Create and sample delicious Holiday cocktails (REAL Irish Coffee anyone?)
  • Custom cocktail recipes
  • Light fare
  • Giveaways
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Sunday, March 17

Magnificat: A Musical Celebration of International Women’s Day

Sunday 3/17, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
host: Distinguished Concerts International New York
where:Carnegie Hall
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100. Use code DCG30382 for 30% off.
rsvp:online
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org or call 212-247-7800

In celebration of International Women’s Day, DCINY guest conductor Nancy Menk leads an orchestra and all-female choir in various choral works arranged for women’s voices. DCINY Artistic Director and principal conductor Jonathan Griffith conducts John Rutter’s Magnificat with the Distinguished Concerts Orchestra and Distinguished Concerts Singers International.
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Thursday, April 4

Ninth Annual International Gold Conference

Thursday 4/4 8:30 AM -
Friday 4/5 5:30 PM
host: Initiatives in Art and Culture
where:Bohemian National Hall
321 East 73rd Street
Between 1st and 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10021 (map)
price:Various
rsvp:online
rsvp/contact:email or call 646-485-1952

BE THERE! NETWORK with your peers, colleagues, jewelry industry luminaries and sustainability leaders
BE IN THE KNOW regarding major developments in ethical sourcing and responsible practice
STAY AHEAD of developments in technology, manufacturing, new business models
GET INSIDER INSIGHTS on new approaches to social media and digital marketing  
   
Through talks, panels, conversations, book signings and a reception IAC takes a wide-ranging look at gold with a focus on jewelry.
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Unknowability: How Do We Know What Cannot Be Known?

Thursday 4/4 3:00 PM -
Friday 4/5 3:30 PM
host: The New School
where:The New School
New York, NY 10011 (map)
price:free
rsvp:online
rsvp/contact:cps@newschool.edu

At a time when the distinction between what is true and what is not has become increasingly problematic, focusing attention on how we know what we cannot know has become essential. From the earliest moments of humanity’s search for answers and explanations, we have grappled with the unknowable. The 38th Social Research conference will look at the ways the unknowable figures across various disciplines.

This conference is partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Award #SES 1837895
Full Conference Agenda and Speaker List
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Sunday, April 7

Sunday 4/7, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
host: DCINY
where:David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
price:$20-$100
rsvp:online
contact:boxoffice@DCINY.org

Mass in Blue: The Music of Will Todd

DCINY presents an evening of music by English composer Will Todd led by Maestros James Meaders (DCINY Conductor) and Alicia Walker (DCINY Guest Conductor).

English composer Will Todd is well known for his beautiful and exciting music. His work encompasses choral works large and small, opera, musical theatre and orchestral pieces, as well as jazz compositions and chamber works.

PROGRAM:
Todd: Mass in Blue
Todd: Songs of Peace
Todd: No More Sorrow
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Saturday, May 11

Brooklyn Crush: Spring Edition

Saturday 5/11, 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
host: New York Wine Events
where:Industry City
233 37th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11232 (map)
price:$69
rsvp:online
contact:email or call 877-571-6690

Experience the event Thrillist said was one of the things “You Absolutely Have to Do in NYC.”

General Admission Includes

Opportunity to sample scores of wines and taste a huge lineup of Brooklyn (and beyond’s) finest artisanal culinary delights served by the creators themselves.

The Space

Brooklyn Crush takes place at Industry City, the 21st century innovation and manufacturing district that is situated on the waterfront in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

With World Class Wine & Artisanal Treats!
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Saturday, May 18

Saturday 5/18 12:00 PM -
Sunday 5/19 8:00 PM
host: Festival Media Group
where:Citi Field
123-01 Roosevelt Avenue
Queens, NY 11368 (map)
price:$5-$199
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The World's Fare 2019

EAT. DRINK. UNITE. Welcome, all people, all ages, all backgrounds, all New Yorkers and beyond! Join us in celebrating NYC’s diversity through cuisine at the 2nd Annual World’s Fare at Citi Field!
  • 100+ NYC’s Top Ethnic Food Vendors from the 5 Boroughs
  • 60+ Craft Brewers at the International Beer Pavilion
  • World Cocktails
  • Newly Added World Market Bazaar w/global food products & handmade crafts from around the world
  • World Music, Dance, Art & Entertainment Programming
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Saturday, June 22

North Fork Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival

Saturday 6/22, 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
host: New York Wine Events
where:Martha Clara Vineyards
660 Herricks Lane
Riverhead, NY 11901 (map)
price:$65
rsvp:online
contact:email or call 877-571-6690

North Fork Crush is your chance to sample wine at a working vineyard and receive tasting notes directly from celebrated North Fork winemakers!

About The North Fork:

Long Island’s North Fork region is New York’s unheralded “Wine Country”, and the North Fork Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival is your opportunity to taste what you've been missing.

What's Included:

Attendees will have the chance to taste over 100 wines, sample artisanal foods, and nibble on light accompaniments.
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Saturday, July 20

Summer Rosé & Bubbly Fest

Saturday 7/20, 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
host: New York Wine Events
where:Martha Clara Vineyards
660 Herricks Lane
Riverhead, NY 11901 (map)
price:$75
rsvp:online
contact:email or call 877-571-6690

Rosé Wine + Rosé Champagne + Sparkling Wine + Music + Summer… on the East End of Long Island

The Wine And Bubbly Event Of The Summer

Taste dozens of refreshing rosé’s and sparkling wines. Sample farm to table cheeses, crostini, local fruits and vegetables and craft foods from local makers.

At Martha Clara Vineyards

Take in the fresh air blowing in from Long Island Sound. Dance on the lawn to music Dress Code: summer-chic and pink. Dress to impress.
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Saturday, October 19

NYC Autumn Wine Festival

Highlighted by Grubstreet & New York Magazine as a “destination wine and food event”

Sip & Nibble:

It's an awesome opportunity to sample a large variety of wines enhanced by a light menu of hors-d'oeuvres, cheese, crackers, crudité and pasta.

Artisanal Bites:

Artisanal food makers -- many local to the NY area -- will sample their products, including charcuterie, baked goods, sweets, savory items and more.

Saturday 10/19, 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
host: New York Wine Events
where:The Altman Building
135 W 18th St.
New York, NY 10011 (map)
price:$85
rsvp:online
contact:email or call 877-571-6690
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Ongoing

Economic Science

This course investigates the field of political economy with an eye to establishing the subject on a scientific foundation as expounded by Henry George’s in his last book, The Science of Political Economy. Among the topics to be covered are the nature of science and the role of natural law in it, the importance of clear definition, the nature of wealth, what money is and what it can and cannot do, the vital role cooperation plays in the production of wealth, and popular objections to George's thinking.

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Mondays: 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, 2/18, 2/25
host: The Henry George School of Social Science
where:Henry George School of Social Science
149 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016 (map)
price:free
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Philosophy Works: Practical Philosophy Introductory Course

2.5h, weekly, 7 pm Mondays – Thursdays; 9:30 am Wednesdays; 10 am Saturdays
host: The School of Practical Philosophy
where:West Side YMCA
5 West 63rd Street
New York, NY 10023 (map)
price:$10
details & rsvp online

Jobs come and go, physical beauty fades, markets rise and fall. Even close relationships can end. But the benefits of philosophy last a lifetime. This 10-session course, Philosophy Works, offers time-tested principles that lead to freedom and sustainable happiness. Discover how wisdom brings real satisfaction, gain tools for living life more consciously, and develop the power of attention to fully realize your potential.
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Le Trumpet

A party by Spencer Ludwig featuring his full band and horn section and a line up of incredible guest performers and DJs that brings together the essence of Studio 54 and Sleep No More to create a totally immersive event unlike any other live music experience.

Fridays 2/22, 3/29, 4/26, 5/31
8:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Doors @ 8pm, DJ @ 9pm, Show @ 10pm
host: Spencer Ludwig
where:Freehold
45 South 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11249 (map)
price:free
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