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New York: “Elysium Fields” fashion show by Andres Aquino

February 13, 2016 at Crowne Plaza Manhattan Times Square – New York City Hotel in New York.

Designer Andres Aquino will present his latest collection, entitled “Elysium Fields”, during the upcoming 23rd season of Couture Fashion Week in New York City. The highly-anticipated runway show will be held at 8:00 pm on Saturday February 13, 2016 in the Broadway Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, in the heart of the city that never sleeps.

Elysium Fields” is a magical place where the immortal heroic paradise of Greek mythology meets the Champs-Elysees in a blissful confluence of art and fashion. The collection by Mr. Aquino, who is also the founder and producer or Couture Fashion Week, features two sections: mischievous vixens with plenty of sex appeal versus angelic maidens with elegant allure.

The show will include musical performances by world-class entertainers as well as the designer’s signature surprises.

The show is followed by a gala party with live music, dance, open bar and gourmet food. You can attend the show and or show and gala party.

Address: 1605 Broadway, New York
"Elysium Fields" fashion show by Andres Aquino

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New York: Dixon Place presents: Beautiful Figure, work-in-progress

January 12, 2016 at Dixon Place in New York.

Dixon Place presents the evening of the work-in-progress of Beautiful Figure by Regina Nejman. With Julie Miller, Regina Nejman and Ryan Tully.

Beautiful Figure is a new multimedia dance, in which two dancers explore various ideas of ‘‘beauty.’’ Ranging from the late Renaissance period until contemporary times—when beauty is merely defined by our culture as ‘‘hot,’’and often distorted, exploiting and objectifying women. The piece is performed by choreographer Regina Nejman & dancer Julie Miller, with live original piano score by Ryan Tully.

Address: 161 Chrystie St, New York
Dixon Place presents: Beautiful Figure, work-in-progress

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New York: Jefferson Starship

March 20, 2016 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York.

Performs and Celebrates
the Music of
Paul Kantner, David Freiberg, Cathy Richardson, Donny Baldwin, Chris Smith & Jude Gold

March 20, 2016
Showtime @ 8pm
Doors Open @ 6pm

VIP Reserved Booths on Floor
* $75 per Ticket – Must Buy Entire Booth
* Booth for 4 = $300
* Booth for 6 = $450

VIP Gold Circle Reserved Seating
* $75
* First Come, First Served

General Admission – Fully Seated
* $40 Advance / $45 Day of Show
* First Come, First Seated

* Full Menu Available
* $10 Minimum Per Person, For All Tables
* All Ages

See more at: http://www.bbkingblues.com/bio.php?id=6385

Address: 237 W 42nd St, New York
Jefferson Starship

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March 10, 2016 at American Sephardi Federation in New York.

The epic NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival is coming back for its 19th edition from March 10th to 17th at the American Sephardi Federation located at:
The Center for Jewish History in New York.
15 West 16th Street
New York NY 10011

More info and program to come very soon!

Address: 15 W 16th St, New York

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New York: The Poetry Brothel: Gatsby

January 10, 2016 at The Wooly in New York.

Calling all Gold-Diggers & Lounge-Lizards! It be may be 2016, but this January the whores of The Poetry Brothel are partying like it’s 1922! Be prepared for a night of classic 1920’s debauchery: champagne, dancing, candlelight, green lights, car crashes, owl eyes, and mistresses named Myrtle. And Poetry, which throughout the night will carry each of us briskly into an intimacy from which we may never recover. The evening will feature performances from dancing dames, Foxx Von Tempt & Puss N Boots, tin pan house band, The Hot Club of Flatbush, and guest poet, Natalie Eilbert. Bring equal parts pearls, waistcoats, class, and desperation, and you’re in for a cocktail of a night you’ll never forget. Join us, darlings!

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

Address: 11 Barclay St, New York
The Poetry Brothel: Gatsby

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New York: Music for Aardvarks

February 07, 2016 at The Jewish Museum in New York.

Ages 2 – 5

“It’s no exaggeration that Weinstone has changed the musical geography of New York,” says Time Out New York Kids. Groove to the original rockin’ sound of The Music for Aardvarks Band and celebrate being a New York City kid with cool, catchy favorites like “Modern Art”, “Taxi” and more!

Music for Aardvarks will also be performing at 11:30am.

Address: 1109 5th Ave, New York
Music for Aardvarks

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Brooklyn: Body Music New Years Eve at Randolph Brooklyn

December 31, 2015 at Randolph Brooklyn in Brooklyn.

New Years Eve 2016!!!!

DJs Jesse Mann & Mickey Perez bringin Body Music from 2015 into 2016 at The Randolph in Williamsburg!!

Dance music in the form of the Funk, Soul, Disco, House, Classics, Golden era Hip Hop & Tropical grooves starting from 10pm and going late into the night!

For those who don’t yet know, The Randolph is a dope new restaurant/bar/lounge located in South Williamsburg on South 4th bt Bedford & Berry. In addition to Jesse & Mickey bringing the musical heat, the ball drop will be played on a huge movie screen along with a free shot at midnight of Whiskey, Tequila or Bourbon! What spot does that for New Years? If you’re looking for a cheap/no frills/shake your ass kinda jam then this is place to be!

Jesse Mann

DJ Mickey Perez


The Randolph

Address: 104 S 4th St, Brooklyn
Body Music New Years Eve at Randolph Brooklyn

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Brooklyn: Mexican Workers and the Mexican Labor Movement: A History

January 28, 2016 at The Commons Brooklyn in Brooklyn.

Mexican Workers and the Mexican Labor Movement
A History
Dan La Botz
Thursdays, 5:30 pm
January 28 through April 7, no class February 11

This course will deal with the history of Mexican workers and their union and political organizations from ancient times until today. The course will look at the political economy and the organization of work from indigenous communal organizations in the pre-Columbian period to the self-organization of workers in the colonial and early independence periods, through the era of the Porfiriate, the Mexican Revolution, and into the modern era. We will look at the interaction between the United States and Mexico and between the U.S. and Mexican labor movements in the modern era and touch on Mexican immigrant workers in the United States. The course will be taught through a combination of lectures, readings, and discussions. Student will read about one or at most two articles of about 70 pages per week.

Dan La Botz is the author of several books on Mexican labor and social movements as well as a biography of César Chávez. He was a founding member of Teamsters for a Democratic Union, later a Socialist Party candidate in Ohio for the U.S. Senate. He was for 20 years the editor of Mexican Labor News and Analysis and is currently a co-editor of New Politics (newpol.org). He was a Fulbright scholar in Mexico and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati. Most recently he taught Comparative Labor, the Latin American Labor Movement, at the Murphy Institute.

Address: 388 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn
Mexican Workers and the Mexican Labor Movement: A History

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New York: Jewish Book Council Presents: Unpacking the Book: Jewish Writers in Conversation – Apostles and Apostates

February 29, 2016 at The Jewish Museum in New York.

Three authors share their unorthodox perspectives on what it means to keep the faith with respect to their writing, personal lives, and the Jewish people at large.

Shulem Deen is the author of All Who Go Do Not Return, a memoir about growing up in and then leaving the Hasidic Jewish world. His work has appeared in The New Republic, Salon, Tablet Magazine, and The Forward, among others, and in 2015 he was listed in the Forward 50, an annual list of American Jews with outsized roles on political and social issues. He serves as a board member at Footsteps, a New York City-based organization that offers assistance and support to those who have left the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Christopher Noxon is an author, journalist, and illustrator. He’s the author of the novel Plus One and Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown Up. He has written for The New Yorker, Details, The New York Times Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, and Salon; his illustrations have been featured on The Undo List and in Unscrolled: Writers and Artists Wrestle with the Torah. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, television writer/producer Jenji Kohan, and their three children.

Sigal Samuel is an award-winning fiction writer, journalist, essayist, and playwright. Currently opinion editor at the Forward, she has also published work in the Daily Beast, the Rumpus, BuzzFeed, and Electric Literature. She has appeared on NPR, BBC, and Huffington Post Live. Her six plays have been produced in theaters from Vancouver to New York. Sigal earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia. Originally from Montreal, she now lives and writes in Brooklyn. The Mystics of Mile End is her first novel.

The program is free but space is limited and advance RSVP is requried for entry.

Address: 1109 5th Ave, New York
Jewish Book Council Presents: Unpacking the Book: Jewish Writers in Conversation - Apostles and Apostates

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