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Featured EventPresented by Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn Arts College
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College continues its 2013-14 season with Jamaican jazz virtuoso Monty Alexander on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 8:00pm. Tickets are $40 orchestra / $30 mezzanine and can be purchased by phone at 718-951-4500 (Tues-Sat, 1pm-6pm) or online at BrooklynCenterOnline.org.
Our society has made tremendous scientific and social progress. So why do unemployment, environmental destruction, and poverty persist? Are they evidence of poor choices and misplaced priorities?
New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute’s Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis division announces an upcoming discussion in the second series of “Dialogues on…” events with leading child development experts. Dr. Philip Herschenfeld will discuss issues pertaining to siblings: what they do with us, to us, for us and against us.
Triangle features the artwork of Patrick Grzelewski, Jaime Martinez, and Brandon Wisecarver. These artists borrow the visual form of the triangle and its wealth of symbolic meaning. Their collaboration is in and of itself a triangle; a union of three creative points of reference focusing on the same symbolic center.
Inwood House has empowered teens in NYC since 1830, helping them take charge of their lives to become healthy, self-reliant adults. Our teen pregnancy prevention and teen family support programs focus on meeting teens where they are to help them overcome the challenges of poverty and build strong futures. Join us for the 2014 Gala Illuminating Possibilities: an evening of celebration and illumination to create possibilities for young people in our programs and in our community of NYC. To reserve your tickets, please visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/inwood-house-illuminating-possibilities-gala-2014-tickets-9187675585. Call 212-684-1110 with any questions.
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The panel discussion looks at the many forms of human trafficking and what fuels it. There is also a performance of real-life stories about human trafficking.
Subway Avenue Subway Geologist Julie Freitas will explain and answer questions regarding the origins and characteristics of the rock and soil under Second Avenue- and how they influence the construction methods used to build the subway. The event will take place at the MTA Second Avenue Subway Community Information Center (CIC) on Thursday, March 14,2014. This is a FREE event. It will be limited to 40 attendees so please RSVP @ http://transittalks6.eventbrite.com or call (646) 449-8700.