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Harlem World Magazine and InJoy Enterprises, in partnership with the Emblem Health Care will host a Town Hall information session about how the new Affordable Care Act will affect artists (visual, performers, actors, dancers, musicians, designers, etc.,) as independent contractors and how artists can and will benefit on Saturday, December 7th at the Emblem Health Neighborhood Care Center, from 2 pm to 4 pm , 215 West 125th Street, Harlem, NY (www.ehnc.com/Locations/Harlem.aspx). Admission is Free. As artists, we need to take care of ourselves, so that we can ultimately take care of each other. Now, more than ever, is a time where we need to be strong and make our voices heard. We deserve SO MUCH BETTER as the people responsible for bringing the CULTURE, COMMUNITY, and ECONOMY that makes NYC and so many major cities such incredible places to live. Artists are SMART, HARD-WORKING, PASSIONATE people, and the world needs to know that. The time is now to find out how to obtain health coverage and financial help to pay for it. Emblem Health Care will be there to answer all of your questions. Let’s be pro-active and show up for ourselves. Let’s get covered by January 1, 2014! I hope you can share our vision and commitment to the future of artists and realize that this is the beginning of bigger and better things to come. Please, let everyone in your band, studio, troop, theatre, performance, your venue, your email list, social network, etc. know about this meeting. As we talk about Affordable Care, we will celebrate those who are no longer with us who lost the healthcare battle and died of HIV/AIDS. We will celebrate them with a showing of a selection of the 700 patches (see image above) from Danny Tisdale, IUME and students at Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing & Visual Arts and organizations in Harlem as part of the Harlem AIDS Blanket (HarlemAIDSblanket.wordpress.com). See you Saturday, December 7th at the Emblem Health Neighborhood Care Center, from 2 pm to 4 pm, 215 West 125th Street, Harlem, NY (www.ehnc.com/Locations/Harlem.aspx). If you can’t attend the event you can listen live at www.Blogtalkradio.com/harlemworld and on www.Rhythmandsoulradio.com. Sponsor: Emblem Health Care For more information and/or questions please contact Harlem World Magazine 646.216.8698 or www.Rhythmandsoulradio.com 646-397-3686. Read more at http://www.harlemworldmag.com/events-3/#uPDrbIuyBIgaGOT0.99
More Between Heaven and Earth: Thomas Jefferson, Maria Cosway, and the Music and Philosophy of the EnlightenmentPresented by Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
Igniting in Revolutionary Paris and unfolding over a 40-year epistolary relationship, the Jefferson/ Cosway correspondence brims with exquisite music and eloquent prose, as the romance between two polymaths, the Statesman-Architect and the Musician- Painter, renders a vivid picture of musical life in 18th century France and America. The Jefferson/Cosway letters reveal his evolving views on the Separation of Church and State intermingled with her account of a stifling marriage and the limited options open to a woman of brilliance. With an original script composed entirely of selections from their writings, this play with music features repertoire that they heard,composed, played, and sent to each other, including works of Corelli, Hewitt, Sacchini, and Cosway herself. Please join us for this unique event and post- performance dinner at the historic Fraunces Tavern, where Jefferson served as the nation's first Secretary of State when the 1719 structure housed Washington's cabinet. Featuring Campbell Scott as Thomas Jefferson and Melissa Errico as Maria Cosway with Judith Hawking as the Narrator Jessica Gould, soprano & Tony Boutté, tenor Members of the Sebastians Jeffrey Grossman, harpsichord & leader Script and Stage Direction by Erica Gould Music Research by Jessica Gould
Over 40 independent and local artisan vendors!! New Vendors at every market event! Local, Artisan, and Vintage Gifts! Food and Pastries! Brunch and Alcohol! And more!!! Kid Friendly! Date Friendly!
Categories: Arts, Community, Programs
Six historic sites in Flushing invite you to celebrate the holiday season and learn about the houses and their unique histories. Each site will offer special activities and delicious refreshments. A trolley will be available to take visitors from one historic house to the next.
Guerilla concerts highlight talented jazz and classical musicians from the students & faculty of Queens College’s Aaron Copland School of Music. Call the week prior for artist names.
Renowned astrophysicist and award-winning author Ray Jayawardhana takes us on a thrilling journey into the shadowy world of neutrinos and the colorful lives of those who chase them. For more than 80 years, brilliant and eccentric scientists around the world have been searching for neutrinos—tiny but elusive subatomic particles with zero electric charge. Neutrinos may hold the secrets to the nature of antimatter and what the universe was like just seconds after the Big Bang, but they are extremely elusive and difficult to pin down—much like the scientists who doggedly pursue them.