Blog Posts Categorized as"Events"

02/10/2020 Will Meat Become Moot? A One-Day Conference Weighs The Future Of Food.

The Impossible Burger or pork grown in a petri dish — what’s better? The ethics of meat (and the question of going meatless) in the…

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01/31/2020 Five Writers Who Are Owning The Newsletter Game

In recent years, the newsletter has been revived as a critical platform for building a large and loyal digital following. From independent newsletters that cover…

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01/27/2020 Sign Up For The 9/11 Memorial's Annual 5K Run/Walk And Community Day

Run or walk in commemoration of the nearly 3,000 lives lost on September 11. This April 26, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is hosting the…

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01/23/2020 Brews, Book Clubs And Reel Culture Coming This February

The shortest month of the year is packed with Downtown events for every age. Skim our list for what's happening below Chambers Street in February:…

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01/17/2020 A Democratic-Socialist Takeover At McNally Jackson

Chances are you've heard the phrase "democratic socialism" thrown around quite a bit these days — sometimes with ardent enthusiasm and hope, other times with…

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01/16/2020 Make Your Own Comics At The Battery Park City Library

What’s (possibly) better than Saturday morning cartoons? Learning how to make your own comics on two upcoming Thursday afternoons. The New York Public Library’s Battery…

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01/10/2020 China Institute Gears Up For Lunar New Year 2020

Despite what any seasoned New Yorker might think, there’s a lot to embrace about 2020 being the Year of the Rat. This ubiquitous city inhabitant…

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01/07/2020 Cellist Maya Beiser Is Performing An Entire Bowie Album At Brookfield Place — Listen To Her 'Ziggy Stardust' Cover

On January 10, cellist Maya Beiser will debut her new album “Aura Blackstar: Bowie Cello Symphonic Visualized” inside Brookfield Place's Winter Garden. "Aura" is a…

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12/30/2019 Shadow Puppets And More Ring In The Lunar New Year At The China Institute

The Year of the Rat is showing real promise at the China Institute, where learning how to make your own shadow puppets for the Lunar…

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12/27/2019 Three Must-See Cult Classics Are Coming to Battery Park City’s Film Series

Starting in January, three free screenings of some amazing art house flicks on race and class are coming to Battery Park City’s community space at…

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