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The Rejuvenary River Circus On-Demand

The Rejuvenary River Circus is an allegorical tale that follows Malakai the water carrier and messenger as he travels between Mountain Peaks and the Deep Blue Sea. Along his journeys Malakai encounters a host of creatures, including a lyrical sea turtle, a fast-talking crow, a pair of industrious beavers, filter-feeding oysters, and schools of migrating […]

Free

Monica Bill Barnes & Company: It’s 3:07 Again

Brookfield Place

Monica Bill Barnes and Robbie Saenz de Viteri return to Brookfield Place for It’s 3:07 Again, an interactive digital dance theater experience where the audience choose their own path, dropping into the interior life of people in public with a click. With barriers and distance between us, we look inward for real interaction. Step into […]

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Comfort at One

Trinity Church

Online concert. During trying times, music stills our souls and provides a healing grace. Throughout the season of Lent, Comfort at One will present performances that are inspired by the Gandhi quote: “In the midst of darkness, light persists.” These concerts include improvisations by Julian Wachner, light-inspired Bach cantatas, our 2014 Lenten “Lamentatio” series featuring […]

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Architectural Acupuncture: How Design and Innovation Are Saving China’s Villages—and America’s Cities, too

China Institute

How can design and innovation bring life back to an ailing community? It’s a global challenge. Join us as XU Tiantian, one of China’s most innovative architects, presents inspiring projects in Zhejiang’s countryside and shares notes with Joel Mills of the American Institute of Architects about how great design can make a difference. In the […]

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Seaport Fit Virtual Workouts

Seaport District

Fitness classes via Instagram released every Tuesday and Thursday, featuring Trooper Fitness, Pure Barre and Lyons Den Power Yoga.

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Food for Thought: No Place Like Home

Brookfield Place

This year’s Food for Thought digital series will focus on topics in pursuit of three goals – to restart, revive, and reconnect. Today interior stylist and writer Dominique Gebru (@dommdotcom) will join Cathryn Linn of The Organizing Organization (@theorganizingorg), to discuss how to turn your home into a haven, undertaking easy DIY projects that will […]

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Women In Investment Management (Part 2): The Gender Short Situation

Webinar. How have women succeeded in investment management? Katrina Dudley, co-author of Undiversified: The Big Gender Short in Investment Management, will moderate a panel of successful female portfolio managers to highlight some of the brightest stars of the “constellation” of women investors profiled in the book.

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Beyond Titanic: Travel and Immigration in the Era of Ocean Liners

South Street Seaport Museum

Join the Seaport Museum and special guests author, travel writer, and lecturer Theodore W. Scull and historian and educator William Roka for a virtual conversation about the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by immigrants and millionaires prior to, during, and after the “Era of Titanic.” The discussion will also examine the superliners that perfectly encapsulated […]

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A Conversation With Helen Epstein About The Second Generation

Museum of Jewish Heritage

In 1979, Helen Epstein published Children of the Holocaust, one of the first books to examine the intergenerational transmission of trauma from Holocaust survivors to their children. In the four decades since its publication, Epstein has published 11 additional books (including Franci’s War, a memoir of her mother’s life, in 2020) and has served as […]

$10

Living Gallery: David Cale

Gibney Dance

David Cale will present a selection of new works including the song, "Georgia O'Keeffe"; the monologue "Ellie", a portrait of an unstable actress who seeks revenge on a famous co-star she once appeared in a play with, who she felt subsequently undermined and de-railed her career; and the poem, "The Day I Got Older".

Free

Shredathon / Textile Recycling

Date: Sat, April 17 Time: 9am-1pm Location: Fulton Street between Cliff and Gold Streets RAIN OR SHINE Shredathon: Bring all your sensitive documents, tax receipts, junk mail, bills, and more to be shredded and recycled at this free community event. Clothing/Textile Recycling: Bring your used clean clothing (including shoes, sneakers, handbags, hats and belts) and […]

Kwibuka And Yom HaShoah: A Joint Remembrance

Museum of Jewish Heritage

Gather with survivors of the Holocaust and the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda to commemorate Yom HaShoah and Kwibuka 27. As they discuss memory, healing, and the role educating the next generation has played in their relationship with trauma, survivors Celine Uwineza (Kigali) and Maritza Shelley (New York) will invite us to find […]

$10