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Featured EventPresented by Apollo Theater
Career Panels at the Apollo feature interviews and panel discussions with performing arts, entertainment industry, and media professionals. Events are free, open to the public, and take place on-site at The Apollo Theater.
Featured EventPresented by Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy to hold a special policy forum on poverty.
Exhibition Dates: November 1, 2012 – November 21, 2012 Reception: Thursday, November 8, 2012, 6-8 pm Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11a.m. - 6 p.m. Event URL: http://www.agora- gallery.com/receptionexhibitio ns/11_8_2012.aspx
Sign up at www.amnestyusa.org/jan11 to be part of a human chain between the White House and the Capitol in protest of the 10th anniversary of the Guantanamo detention facility! We'll start with a rally in front of the White House with inspiring speakers and then form a human chain down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol. When: Noon - 2PM Eastern on January 11, 2012 - the 10th anniversary of the Guantanamo detention facility Where: Meet at Lafayette Square (across from the White House: http://maps.google.com/?maps?hl=en&tab=wl) Note: Please wear orange or black and bring signs that say "No Guantanamo. No Torture. No Excuses!" Let us know you're coming or hold a solidarity event in your community: www.amnestyusa.org/jan11 More info: email@example.com
"Attention Deficit Disorder & Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder" The pairing is an odd one: ADD-type behavior looks spontaneous; OCD behavior, repetitive. People with ADD seem to act without thinking; while some with OCD plan ahead, avoid risk, attend to detail, and ponder each decision. ADDers often come across as irresponsible, while OCDers can be burdened with an exaggerated sense of obligation. And yet the two disorders can coexist. For more, hear psychologist Stephen C. Josephson.
Halloween is fast approaching, but in some New York City communities, October 31 doesn’t hold a candle next to Day of the Dead one day later. . . Union Settlement Association, the oldest and largest social services provider in East Harlem, is holding its 16th annual El Día de los Muertos celebration on Thursday, November 1, 2012. In collaboration with local artists and businesses, East Harlem children, family, and community leaders will spend all-day building a ceremonial altar commemorating those who have passed away in the past year. Evening events will include skits, dancing, and musical performances by Mariachi Real de Mexico and Folkloric Ballet Yavidaxui of Eric Olea; Inez Lario leading “sugar skull” workshops; and a Mexican feast featuring traditional foods including tamales, mole, horchatas, pan de muertos, and more. Video, photo, and interview opportunities are available throughout the day’s events!