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The Economy


Tue Oct
7
:p - 9:00p

Thawing the American Dream

Presented by Fordham GSS


You are invited to the Emmy- Nominated documentary " American Winter" a poignant and moving portrait illustrating the economic struggles of American families. Join us for the post-film solutions focused panel discussion where you can join with experts in identifying and engaging in ways to be part of what's next in cultivating a green and growing future for our country
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Wed Oct
8
:p - 08:00p

Euro Innovation and Technology for Social Good

Presented by Italian Cultural Institute and the European Union


A forum to explore innovative strategies, technology and business models for social change & economic growth. This initiative is sponsored by the European Union. Join us for an engaging evening of expert panel discussion, companies showcase, and networking with thought leaders and practitioners interested in strategies and business innovation for positive social transformation as well as highlighting the EU and US's shared commitment to Creativity, Social Progress, Technology advancement and a vibrant public-private sector. This EU-sponsored event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to attend. Light food and refreshments will be served at the event.
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Thu Oct
16
:p - 10:00p

Resolve 2014

Presented by The Resolution Project


Join us for The Resolution Project's annual gala, Resolve 2014. Taking place at the Harvard Club of New York City, it is going to be an unforgettable evening dedicated to philanthropy and sustainability. The program will include an impressive live auction by Sotheby's, creative installations for exploring our areas of impact, a silent auction, and more. We hope to see you there!
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Categories: Community


Thu Oct
16
08:00p - 10:00p

Marketplace 25th Anniversary National Tour: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Numbers

Presented by Marketplace


Marketplace is hitting the road and revving up … the numbers? Host Kai Ryssdal, the Marketplace radio team and a compelling line-up of guests – including Delia Ephron, best-selling author and screenwriter – will be in New York for a live, one-night-only performance that takes a revealing and entertaining look behind the numbers. The Dow. The NASDAQ. Weekly unemployment. Numbers like these parade through our daily lives, in headlines, on TV and the radio. But what if these numbers hold some surprises? What if each and every one has an interesting story? What if they can actually be presented with a little [gasp] fun? Marketplace will explore, with this live evening event that’ll give you a new perspective on the news, the numbers and where you live. Featuring in-depth interviews, fascinating stories and the personalities you love. It’s everything Marketplace does best, but on stage and before your eyes. And there’s one important number we can’t leave out—Marketplace is celebrating 25 years on the air! So let’s get together on October 16 and do the numbers, in person.
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Thu Oct
16
8:00p - 10:00p

Marketplace 25th Anniversary National Tour: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Numbers

Presented by Marketplace


Venue: Kaufmann Concert Hall @ 92nd Street Y Price: from $30 Marketplace is hitting the road and revving up … the numbers? Host Kai Ryssdal, the Marketplace radio team and a compelling line-up of guests – including Delia Ephron, best-selling author and screenwriter, Hank Azaria, actor and comedian, Misty Copeland, ballerina and author, and Yancey Strickler, CEO and Co- Founder of Kickstarter– will be in New York for a live, one-night-only performance that takes a revealing and entertaining look behind the numbers. The Dow. The NASDAQ. Weekly unemployment. Numbers like these parade through our daily lives, in headlines, on TV and the radio. But what if these numbers hold some surprises? What if each and every one has an interesting story? What if they can actually be presented with a little [gasp] fun? Marketplace will explore, with this live evening event that’ll give you a new perspective on the news, the numbers and where you live. Featuring in-depth interviews, fascinating stories and the personalities you love. It’s everything Marketplace does best, but on stage and before your eyes. And there’s one important number we can’t leave out— Marketplace is celebrating 25 years on the air! So let’s get together on October 16 and do the numbers, in person.
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Wed Oct
29
:p - 9:30a

Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund - Info Sessions

Presented by Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund,LLC


The Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund is offering Micro-loan Information Sessions specifically designed for entrepreneurs in the Bronx, Harlem and Upper Manhattan. The Sessions are designed to provide entrepreneurs with the financial education they will need, to help move toward securing a small business loan.
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Wed Nov
5
8:00a - 6:00p

2014 Development Finance Conference

Presented by New York City Economic Development Corporation


The 2014 NYC Development Finance Conference is an annual event that brings together not-for-profits, developers, lenders, and others to meet industry experts and enhance their understanding of finance tools available for innovative development in communities throughout the five boroughs.
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Categories: Programs


Sat Nov
8
10:00a - 6:00p

Voices of Hope in a Time of Crisis

Presented by Local Futures


Concerned about climate change? Care about stopping global conflicts? Worried about financial insecurity and income inequality? Want to support local food systems and local businesses? Interested in the future of education? Healthcare? Endangered species? Then join us for a day of thought- provoking and constructive talks on our multiple crises and how we can solve them. It can sometimes seem like there is no reason for hope. But there is a solution. We call it the "economics of happiness."
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