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Syracuse: Hoverter Half Hour: “Bray Hall Centennial”

March 23, 2017 at Moon Library in Syracuse.


Did you know that SUNY-ESF has been using Bray Hall for 100 years? Did you know that Bray Hall is named after William L. Bray, our first interim Dean? See the original floor plans (circa 1914) of Bray Hall to view some of the major changes to the building from 100 years of use. Presented by Kevin Reynolds.

Location: 110 Moon Library

SUNY ESF Hoverter College Archives: http://www.esf.edu/moonlib/archives/

Address: SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse
Hoverter Half Hour: "Bray Hall Centennial"

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Buffalo: Babel: Edna O’Brien

March 24, 2017 at Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo.


In celebration of Women’s History Month, Just Buffalo Literary Center welcomes legendary Irish novelist Edna O’Brien. O’Brien first gained notoriety with the publication of “The Country Girls” in 1960. The book was censored and the family’s parish priest public burnt copies. Despite all of the turmoil, the book was awarded the Kingsley Amis Award in 1962 and is now considered a landmark in post-World War II Irish fiction.

Ms. O’Brien, who left Ireland after the incident, will be in Buffalo for Just Buffalo Literary Center’s BABEL series on March 25th. She will talking about “Why Literature Matters” focusing on writers who have been particularly influential on her practice—Joyce, Dickinson, Faulkner—and how literature deserves a place in our daily lives.

Address: 3 Symphony Cir, Buffalo
Babel: Edna O

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Brooklyn: Pamela L. Laskin in conversation with Lisa Selin Davis

March 14, 2017 at Community Bookstore in Brooklyn.


Ronit & Jamil, Pam Laskin’s five-act novel in verse, riffs on Shakespeare’s original star-crossed lovers, placing forbidden intimacy within the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and exploring walls both conceptual and concrete.

Lost Stars, Lisa Selin Davis’ novel based loosely on her own New York Times Modern Love column, couples astronomy and 1980s tunes with themes of tragedy and healing.

Together, the authors discuss allusion, hope, and love as modern as it is old.

Ages 14+

Address: 143 7th Ave, Brooklyn
Pamela L. Laskin in conversation with Lisa Selin Davis

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Yaphank: Spring Break Camp 2017

April 10, 2017 at Suffolk County Farm & Education Center in Yaphank.


Spring Break Camp

Grades K-6

The Suffolk County Farm and Education Center is the perfect place to be for a week off of school! April on the farm means:
• Baby Animals • Wagon Rides
• Fresh Air • Science Experiments
• Gardening • Bugs, Birds, & Wildlife
• Hikes • Crafts
• Sunshine • Blue Skies
• Getting Dirty • Fun!

Monday, April 10, 2017 thru Friday, April 14, 2017
Drop off between 8:30-9:30 a.m. and pick up at 3:30 p.m.
$225 for full enrollment or $50 per day.

Pre-registration and pre-payment required. Space cannot be held without payment. Register with Visa or MasterCard by phone (631) 852-4600 between 9am and 3pm.

Address: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, 350 Yaphank Ave, Yaphank
Spring Break Camp 2017

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New York: BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine for Life Science Professionals

April 12, 2017 at Annenberg Building in New York.


Save lab time and get better results with the newest lab research products, methods, and technologies available! You will meet lab suppliers and see new products.

Please look for poster advertisements at research buildings near you!

This is a FREE event and you may pre-register here:

Professors, PI’s, Post-Docs, Laboratory Researchers, Graduate Students and Purchasing Agents are invited to attend.

Address: 1468 Madison Ave, New York
BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine for Life Science Professionals

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Staten Island: Discussion: What’s Next for Women

March 23, 2017 at Alice Austen House Museum in Staten Island.


Inspired by Alice Austen’s imagery, join us for a facilitated conversation with socially-engaged artist Anna Lise Jensen and invited guests about expressing and representing oneself in today’s world. Free. RSVP to info@aliceausten.org or 718-816-4506. Part of our Women’s History Month Programming! Find events at: aliceausten.org/womenshistorymonth

Address: 2 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island
Discussion: What’s Next for Women

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New York: Isaac Lidsky + Jacqueline Gottlieb

March 18, 2017 at Rubin Museum of Art in New York.


“Whether we’re blind or not, our vision is limited by our past experiences, biases, and emotions.” — Isaac Lidsky

Isaac Lidsky knows better than most how the brain confronts new challenges. He went from childhood actor, to Harvard Law School graduate, to successful entrepreneur. He also began to go blind at age thirteen, eventually losing his sight entirely by the time he was twenty-five. He will discuss how the brain overcomes limitations and how perception goes beyond the visual with neuroscientist Dr. Jacqueline Gottlieb.

The program will be followed by a book signing with Isaac Lidsky and his book Eyes Wide Open: Overcoming Obstacles and Recognizing Opportunities in a World That Can’t See Clearly.

Isaac Lidsky is presented in partnership with the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives.

Brainwave is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.

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Address: 150 W 17th St, New York
Isaac Lidsky + Jacqueline Gottlieb

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