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New York: Perturbator (NYC Debut), Computer Magic, Kel Valhaal

January 12, 2017 at (le) poisson rouge in New York.


Perturbator (NYC Debut)
/ Computer Magic
// Kel Valhaal (of Liturgy)

8:30pm doors // 9:30 pm show
$25 // 18+

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Address: 158 Bleecker St, New York
Perturbator (NYC Debut), Computer Magic, Kel Valhaal

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New York: Connect(); // 2016

November 16, 2016 at New York, NY in New York.


#MSFTConnect – our annual Developer Event is back!

Last year we presented:
– Visual Studio Code. A web-based version of Visual Studio available for Windows, Mac, and Linux,
– Dev Essentials. So every developer can get tools, gain access to Azure for free, and learn how to use them all thanks to XamarinU and Pluralsight subscriptions,
– .NET Core 5 RC and ASP.NET 5 RC
… and many other exciting announcements.

What’s in store for this year? SO MUCH MORE. More announcements, more openness, more data. More everything.

It is our pleasure to invite you to Connect(); 2016!

Over the 2 days, you’ll have the opportunity to engage in live, interactive Q&A sessions with our engineering teams, customers and partners and learn how it’s now easier than ever before to build and manage breakthrough intelligent apps that work across Android, iOS, Linux and Windows.

Share your opinions here or on Twitter using the hashtag #MSFTConnect. See you online!

Connect(); // 2016

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New York: FIDE World Chess Championship 2016

November 11, 2016 at South Street Seaport, Manhattan, NYC in New York.


The World Chess Championship Match 2016, held from 11 to 30 November, will be contested by 25 year old reigning champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway and his challenger, 26 year old Sergey Karjakin of Russia — and this is the first time that two players who have come of age in the computer era are fighting for the title and represent a generational shift in chess.

The contest consists of 12 games, with every move avidly followed and analyzed by a global audience of hundreds of millions of chess fans. To win, a player must reach a score of 6.5 points. After 12 rounds, if the score is even, there will be tie-breaks.

This is going to be a trully cultural event with famous grandmasters and celebrity guests and will happen at the Seaport District, New York City’s popular neighborhood which is located on the East River in Lower Manhattan with unparalleled views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

Travel+Leisure recently named the Seaport the 22nd most visited tourist attraction in the world. Adjacent to the Financial District, the Seaport is only minutes-walk from Wall Street.

The Match arena is being built within the historic Fulton Market building, and will feature a dedicated Spectator and VIP Lounges with panoramic view of the Brooklyn Bridge, retail space, café, TV studios and much more.

You can find more info about the championship at http://worldchess.com/nyc2016

See you this November, it’s going to be spectacular!

FIDE World Chess Championship 2016

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New York: Portrait Retouching for Beginners

August 22, 2016 at Adorama in New York.


Portrait Retouching can be one of the most complicated subjects in the world. Join Jeff Rojas as he demonstrates easy-to-implement portrait retouching techniques you can use at home.
You’ll learn the fundamental retouching tools built in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. He’ll also shoot a live demonstration so that you can see how to correctly import your files to create beautiful, jaw-dropping images.

Monday, August 22, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Adorama – 42 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011

Address: 42 W 18th St, New York
Portrait Retouching for Beginners

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Brockport: LIF 101 Webinar – Get the Most Out of Your Insurance

June 14, 2016 at The College at Brockport State University of New York in Brockport.


Join our affinity partner Liberty Mutual and Jeff Sachs for a webinar on the ins and outs of home, renters, and auto insurance.

Get the Most Out of Your Insurance from Liberty Mutual gives you everything you need to know about auto and home insurance. Using common accident scenarios, this interactive webinar presents the information in a way that’s easy to follow and understand. Auto insurance topics include deductibles, declaration pages, various coverage options, and policy limits. Home insurance topics include dwelling coverage, the replacement cost of your home, and how to protect your personal belongings. Additional Liberty Mutual discounts and benefits are also detailed.

Jeff would be happy to answer any specific questions attendees may have.

Register at the “Tickets Available” link above. You will receive an email on the day of the event with the link to the webinar.

The webinar is hosted on Adobe Connect. Make sure your computer has the necessary software/hardware to participate: https://na1cps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

Address: 350 New Campus Dr, Brockport
LIF 101 Webinar - Get the Most Out of Your Insurance

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New York: Build a Small Business Web site with WIX

April 21, 2016 at Pace University in New York.


Small Business Development Center (SBDC) presents
Build a Small Business Web site with WIX
No coding skills needed

Thursday, April 21
10: 00 a.m.- 12: 00 p.m.
Room Birnbaum Library
Electronic Classroom (Computer Lab)
One Pace Plaza, New York City

Know you need a Web site but never seem to get around to building it? Get a head start in this free two-hour workshop!

A representative from Wix will walk through how to create a beautiful, professional Web presence at no cost. This workshop is a hands-on class. You will create a finished Web site and learn the tools to completely customize it.

No creative limits. No coding skills needed.

What you’ll leave with:

-A FREE new Web site

-All the tools you need for managing your business

-50% off 1 Year Wix Premium Package

Bring your own laptop to participate fully in the hands-on Web site building, but you are welcome to attend without one.

RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/build-a-smallbusiness-website-with-wix-tickets-24438059895

Questions? E-mail sbdc@pace.edu

Address: 1 Pace Plz, New York
Build a Small Business Web site with WIX

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Syracuse: Dan Tedesco at Funk ‘n Waffles

April 21, 2016 at Funk ‘n Waffles in Syracuse.


My story is…..that I have no story, per se. I come from a solid family. It’s a point of pride. I grew up in the far west suburbs of Chicago. My folks weren’t rich, but there wasn’t much that I was left wanting. I’ve never been arrested. Always got good grades. I never developed any major drug addictions (at least, not yet). The only serious addiction in my life, if you’d like to call it that, has been with music. Let me bring you up to speed.

Piano at age 5.
Violin at age 9.
Guitar at age 11 after hearing Eddie Van Halen. And that, as they say, is all she wrote. I’ve been madly in love with it ever since.

Growing up my ears were fortunate enough to be treated to a fairly eclectic musical mix: The Beatles, Dylan, Paul Simon, James Taylor, The Band, The Beach Boys, Pink Floyd, CCR, Bob Seger, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty. Even a healthy dose of Mozart, Beethoven and Wagner. A friend in my neighborhood used to make cassette mixes for me: The Who, They Might Be Giants, The Police, The Clash. I missed the grunge period, and it wouldn’t be until nearly a decade later that I’d discover the power of Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. Once I found the guitar, things focused in a touch. It wasn’t unusual for me to fall asleep at night to the sounds of guitar wizards like Joe Satriani and Eric Johnson. And the random Van Halen record was never far away.

Then there was the jazz period. Wes Montgomery. Joe Pass. George Benson. Charlie Christian. John Coltrane. Elvin Jones. McCoy Tyner. The things I learned from those guys. Man. It’s everything really. The spirit of jazz. The freedom of it. That’s been it’s great influence on me.

But I was always a rock ’n roll kid. Pete Townsend more than Pat Metheny. And, ultimately, I craved power chords over the complex harmonies of jazz.

High school was a weird time. I straddled the jock world, playing baseball, and the music world, as a member of the high school jazz band. Most mornings, after being dropped off by the bus, everyone would hang out in the lunchroom before first period. Not me. I’d head straight to a room adjacent to the school’s band rehearsal hall, writing music on the computer. Like I said, it was an addiction. Outside of school, I jammed in a duo with one of my best friend’s, who happened to be a fantastic drummer. We wrote all kinds of stuff. Lots of instrumental music (queue the Satriani). Recorded various demos. But neither of us sang. That made it hard to play out. And most of the other kids were interested in the classics: Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Stones. They weren’t interested in what we had going on.

So, like many of my heroes, I was a bit of a social outcast. That, if anything, was and has always been my struggle. Everyone has at least one. And I found my comfort, security and confidence in the world out on the fringe, populated by the misfits. The world of rock ’n roll.

Let Me Play My Old Guitar, and sing for you my song
Let Me Play My Old Guitar, and sing for you my song
I promise you my friend
I Will Not Do You Wrong

– DT

Address: 727 S Crouse Ave, Ste 8, Syracuse
Dan Tedesco at Funk

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Plattsburgh: Book Talk with Joe Bebo

May 07, 2016 at Plattsburgh Public Library in Plattsburgh.


Joseph W. Bebo was born, raised and educated in Plattsburgh, New York. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in music composition from Berklee School of Music, and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Boston University. Currently Joe lives in Hudson, MA with his wife Kathy, and programs computers for a living. He has published four full-length novels in a variety of genres and has another book, Stricken – Quantum of Revenge, coming out soon.

Bach Again blends music and science together in a story of intrigue and suspense, to tell how an ancient oath and a family’s DNA can change the course of music history.
David Gordon Reid and Johann Sebastian Bach have a lot in common. They are both virtuoso musicians and conductors of renown. They are both two of the greatest composers in history. David Gordon Reid, considered the first great twenty-first century composer, even looks like Bach, and like Bach, he is going blind on the debut of his new symphony. The composer’s closest friend thinks someone is trying to kill him, but then he also thinks J.S. Bach was murdered, as preposterous as it sounds. Could history be repeating itself?

Address: 19 Oak St, Plattsburgh
Book Talk with Joe Bebo

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Buffalo: Digital Landscape Painting

May 04, 2016 at Buffalo Game Space in Buffalo.


In this 2 hour workshop Anthony Pismarov will introduce fundamental landscape painting techniques.

Instructor: Anthony Pismarov

Level: Beginner

• Desktop or laptop computer
• Drawing tablet
• Adobe Photoshop

• $40 for non-members
• $24 for Bronze Members
• $20 for Silver Members
• $10 for Gold Members

About the instructor:
Anthony Pismarov is an Illustrator, Fine Artist and Concept Artist. His work primarily focuses on crafting expansive environments that provoke exploration and wonder into fantastical worlds.

Address: 2495 Main St, Ste 454, Buffalo
Digital Landscape Painting

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New York: SSDP Farewell [For Now…] Concert

May 11, 2016 at New York, NY, United States in New York.


Friends! After 6 long (but also very fast…) years, I’m taking a break (ish) from NYC and going to the University of Michigan to pursue my MFA in Choreography! Before I leave, I wanted to give you one last chance to catch some highlights from SSDP’s major works, a peek into the new work I’ll be developing in grad school as well as celebrate SSDP’s incredible multimedia collaborators.

Whether you saw one, every or none of our shows, mark your calendar and be there! Can’t make it that early? Come to the after party! Have the Periscope app or want to know what it is? I’ll also be privately broadcasting the performance. Message Sydney Schiff to set that up!

Please support the artists with a suggested donation of $10 (more is more than welcome, of course!)

We’re going to announce our super cool venues shortly, so RSVP now so you don’t miss the updates…

Lastly, our lineup will include a mix of SSDP veteran artists, excerpts from Dry Bones: Resurrection of the Living and It Won’t Buy You Lunch, and some new faces collaborating on exciting projects exploring Blues dancing and computer programming. Don’t miss it!

Love always,
Sydney Schiff Dance Project

SSDP Farewell [For Now...] Concert

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