Search by title
- Organization/Community Agency
- Performance Theater
View by genre
- Art Show
- Community Event
- Gay and Lesbian
- Public Hearing
- Special Event
Search By Venue
Never before in baseball history had a team finished last and rallied to take the pennant the following season. Yet in 1991, lightning struck twice as the Minnesota Twins and the Atlanta Braves both reached the World Series. Four of the games between the Twins and Braves were settled by “walk-off” runs. Three of them, including the climactic Game Seven, went into extra innings. And all seven games had memorable moments. In Down to the Last Pitch, award- winning writer Tim Wendel brings to life these seven memorable games, weaving contemporary interviews with discussions decades later about this classic World Series, and teasing out fact from legend. Enjoy a complimentary beer and ballpark snack, while being part of our podcast/discussion with one of the game's must-read writers. Join Tim Wendel in the Clubhouse on April 17th. Tim Wendel was a founding editor of USA Today's Baseball Weekly, which was in its inaugural season when the 1991 Twins-Braves Series played out. The highly acclaimed author of 11 books is currently writer-in-residence at Johns Hopkins University.
Comedian Christian Finnegan presents THE GORGEOUS MOSAIC featuring an hour of New York City-related stories and stand up comedy at the People’s Improv Theater on April 17, 18 & 19 at 9:30PM.
Admission: FREE and open to the public Advanced reservation required: email: firstname.lastname@example.org Join local author Henry Chang at MOCA for a book reading and discussion of his latest novel, Death Money.
Laurie Lehner, Scott McLaughlin and Charlie Barker are independent solo artists whose paths crossed while each began gaining notoriety from the same fan community on Twitter. From NY, CA and WV, respectively, the three singer-songwriters embark this time on the same path, a tour of the northeast to play their original songs & signature multi-genre covers together. A tweet of endorsement from their champion, violinist Boyd Tinsley (Dave Matthews Band) inspired the name of their tour. "I'm so excited Charlie, Laurie and Scott are going on tour. I wish you the best of luck. #Love"
This session will focus on the feasibility of Passive House for affordable housing with Scott Short of Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council (RBSC) and architect Chris Benedict. Scott and Chris will share their experience working together on two recent Passive House developments in Brooklyn. Along with the technical aspects of the Passive House standard, they will explain the financial and regulatory realities facing many affordable housing developers.
Affinity Health Plan invites families to spend a fun-filled day at one of New York’s most popular spring events, its thirteenth-annual Spring Fling and Easter Egg Hunt.