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April 29, 2016 at Terra Blues in New York.


Andy Story takes the listener back to a place before time — where feeling was expressed in sound and melodies existed before they were found. Story’s hard-lining guitar work and weighty vocals invoke the simplicity of a blues era past. Join us at Terra Blues for a sampling of what the blues endeavored to portray in times bygone.

For table reservations please contact: reservations@terrablues.com

Address: 149 Bleecker St, New York

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Brooklyn: The Shtetl Stompers at 68 Jay Street Bar

March 05, 2016 at 68 Jay Street Bar @ 68JaySt btwn FrontSt&WaterSt DUMBO Brooklyn in Brooklyn.


The Shtetl Stompers – a klezmer band from Paris’ Belleville

For years, les Shtetl Stompers roamed the cafes and music halls of the Northern Paris neighborhood Belleville, bringing a bit of Brooklyn Klezmer schmaltz to the city of lights. Now, they are bringing a touch of Yiddish Belleville to Brooklyn this Sunday! On zee menu: Old Timey klezmer fiddle tunes, Franco-Yiddish crooning, Yinglish Screaming and some chanson françaises. Venez!

Eleonore Biezunski: violin, vocals
Ilan Moss: accordion
Jordan Morton: double-bass

The Shtetl Stompers at 68 Jay Street Bar

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Fairport: Family Fun Day

March 05, 2016 at Risen Christ Church-Fairport, New York in Fairport.


This event is chock full of fun activities to brighten up your Saturday! Risen Christ places great value on the family and loves our community and all it offers. We are highlighting local businesses with families in mind. Drop in play a bit and find out what our community has to offer. There are many hidden gems! this event is FREE!

And while here, gather some information from local business on everything from, meal planning, chemical free cleaning and essential oils.

We will have a Toy Silent Auction, and lite lunch available.

Please invite all your friends and family. It will be great fun!

Address: 1000 Moseley Rd, Fairport
Family Fun Day

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Saint James: Animals in Art – Our Partners on the Planet

June 03, 2016 at Mills Pond House Gallery / Smithtown Township Arts Council in Saint James.


Artists are encouraged to share their artistic vision of animals, both domestic and wild. Artwork may include any animals that live on land, in the sea or in the air and can range from
realism to surrealism to abstraction. Open to USA artists age 18 or older.
All media considered except photography and computer generated art. Work must be original and completed within the past 4 years. No reproductions or prints will be considered.
A non-refundable entry fee of $45 is for up to 3 images.

Awards: $1,000 Best in Show, $500 Second Place, $250 Third Place.
Entry Deadline: June 3, 2016.

Address: 660 Route 25A, Saint James
Animals in Art - Our Partners on the Planet

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Kenmore: Luigi Style: Lurhythmic Textures Master Class

March 20, 2016 at Nickel City Dance & Fitness Center in Kenmore.


Sunday, March 20th 10-11:30am
Taught by Tom Ralabate
$35 for students with a Class Pack or Unlimited Membership. See studio for discount code.

Luigi Style: Lurhythmic Textures

In celebration of Eugene Louis Facciuto, aka “Luigi” (1925-2015), Tom Ralabate will present a master class on Luigi’s signature style and the relevance of his unique style in contemporary dance. Emphasis will be placed on three Lyrical Port de bras and Lurhythmic variations. For over a half a century, Luigi’s signature style has been part of the classical jazz dance landscape embodied by performers, choreographers, educators, and aficionados of American Jazz Dance. As stated by Luigi, “To dance, put your hand on your heart and listen to the sound of your soul.”

Tom Ralabate

TOM RALABATE is Professor and Immediate Past Chair of the Department of Theatre & Dance at University at Buffalo. He is currently the Artistic Director of UB’s Zodiaque Dance Company and has taught for all major dance organizations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. A former United States and North American Latin Ballroom Dance Champion, he was the American representative with his sister Kip Ralabate, to the World Latin Dance Championships. Tom is currently the National Chair of Education Strategy for Dance Masters of America Inc. (DMA), and has contributed to revisions of both DMA’s Jazz Exam and Jazz Dance Manual. Honored for his contributions to dance by raising national dance standards, Tom is the third recipient of the prestigious Ivy Hall Foundation Award, first awarded to Gene Kelly and presented by DMA. The founder of DMA’s Student Honors Intensive Program (SHIP), DMA has established an educational scholarship in the name of Thomas Ralabate. In 2007, Dance Teacher Magazine honored Tom at their annual summer conference in New York City, for distinguishing himself as an outstanding educator in higher education. Other professional awards include: Artistic Achievement Award presented by CNADM; the Jazz Dance World Congress Angel Award presented by Gus Giordano; the Buffalo Ambassador Award; the first recipient of the College of Arts & Sciences Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Area of Arts at UB, and a SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Scholarship and Creative Activities. In 2009, he was awarded DMA’s Member of the Year, and in 2013, the Dance Teachers’ Club of Boston honored him with the Honorary Lifetime Membership Award.

Address: 2454 Elmwood Ave, Kenmore
Luigi Style: Lurhythmic Textures Master Class

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Huntington: Free Seminar: Cinema Arts Centre Website

March 14, 2016 at Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington.


SeniorNet’s neighbor, the venerable Cinema Arts Centre of Huntington, has invited SeniorNet to host a free training session on use of Cinema Arts’ website. The 1 ½ hour session will be held in the Cinema Arts Centre Sky Room Café where complimentary refreshments will be served.

People of all skill levels are welcome. The session will begin with the very basics, and move on to the intricacies of Cinema Arts’ informative and useful website. The session will show how to access the website, explore current offerings and use the website calendar for future special events. Attendees will learn how to become a member, renew memberships, buy tickets, look for discounts, make donations and more. This seminar will leave attendees ready to take advantage of all that Cinema Arts has to offer. RSVP 631-423-7610 x 18 or rene@cinemaartscentre.org

Address: 423 Park Ave, Huntington
Free Seminar: Cinema Arts Centre Website

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Huntington: Keep Pluggin Video Game Event: Spring Edition

April 16, 2016 at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington (UUFH) in Huntington.


Keep Pluggin Is putting on another VIDEO GAME EVENT. This means a lot of retro games. Come to play, sell, trade, buy, mingle, connect.

We will have food, refreshments, cosplay, and other attractions. At least 25 gaming stations consisting of classic game console free play, arcade machines, tournaments, and one giant 60+ inch screen in the main room!

Vendors are a huge part of our show as well, with video game sellers, store owners, artists, and collectors all rounding out our event.

There was a great turnout last time and we just couldnt wait another entire year. Join us for the Spring Edition of our special gathering for all ages. Be a part of the growing people of long island who love video games and the great community that surronds them.

Address: 109 Browns Rd, Huntington
Keep Pluggin Video Game Event: Spring Edition

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Ithaca: Experimenter w/editor Kathryn Schubert, MA ’05 in person!

March 04, 2016 at Cornell Cinema in Ithaca.


Cornell alum Kathryn Schubert has been working as an editor on independent films for several years, including acclaimed indies Beasts of the Southern Wild (first asst. editor) and Only Lovers Left Alive (assoc. editor). Her first feature film as editor, Experimenter, premiered at the 2015 New York Film Festival. “Michael Almereyda’s brilliant portrait of Stanley Milgram, the social scientist whose 1961, Yale-based “obedience study” reflected back on the Holocaust and anticipated Abu Ghraib and other atrocities carried out by ordinary people who were just following orders, places its subject in an appropriately experimental cinema framework. The proverbial elephant in the room materializes on screen; Milgram (Peter Sarsgaard) sometimes addresses the camera directly as if to implicate us in his studies and the unpleasant truths they reveal. Remarkably, the film evokes great compassion for this uncompromising, difficult man, in part because we often see him through the eyes of his wife (Winona Ryder, in a wonderfully grounded performance), who fully believed in his work and its profoundly moral purpose. Almereyda creates the bohemian-tinged academic world of the 1960s through the 1980s with an economy that Stanley Kubrick might have envied.” (New York Film Festival, 2015) Read more about the film at:
http://www.filmcomment.com/article/stanley-milgram-experimenter-michael-almereyda/ or experimentermovie.com

Address: Willard Straight Hall, Ithaca
Experimenter w/editor Kathryn Schubert, MA

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New York: The State of the Digital World Today

March 08, 2016 at NYPL The New York Public Library in New York.


Edge Tools in a Digital Age
Please join the Social Science Research Council and The New York Public Library for the first program in a three-part series that will explore understanding and agency in an increasingly complex and connected world. Architect Ann Pendleton-Jullian and innovation orchestrator John Seely Brown will guide this exploration through the lens of their new book Design Unbound. This event is free, and pre-registration is required.

From de Tocqueville’s Volcano to Today’s White Water World:
The State of the Digital World Today
Yochai Benkler
Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School
and Co-director, the Berkman Center for Internet and Society
David Krakauer
President, Santa Fe Institute and evolutionary theorist

Moderated by
John Seely Brown
Former Chief Scientist, Xerox Corporation and Head, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
Ann Pendleton-Jullian
Former Director, Knowlton School of Architecture, OS U and Distinguished Visiting
Professor, Georgetown University President’s Office

Address: Fifth Avenue at 42nd St, New York
The State of the Digital World Today

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Syracuse: Punks, folks, and folk punks at Gorham Brothers

April 11, 2016 at Gorham Brothers Music in Syracuse.



Matthew Charles (PA)
Folk Punker from Philly bringing us cathy vocal lines and dancy guitar. Come support a guy who is killing it all on his own.

Local acoustic act from Ben Sapp with a revolving cast of accompaniment and styles. Always a good time.

Methodist Bells
Local indie rockers that always put on a good set. Come ready to dance.

Come destroy fascism with us at Gorham Brothers by participating in an evening of subversive rock n roll!
music starts around 8:30 pm

Address: 118 Seeley Rd, Syracuse
Punks, folks, and folk punks at Gorham Brothers

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