March Warms Up With Hot Sauceology, Exhibit Launches
Spring into action with any number of events taking place below Chambers Street in March.
New York Stories: Danny Meyer (March 5)
Acclaimed restaurateur Danny Meyer speaks about his experience in New York City, circa 9/11, and his subsequent initiatives to revitalize the devastated city’s restaurant culture.
The History Of New York City’s Water (March 5)
This “Ebb & Flow” exhibit on the history of bringing clean water to the city features a live recording of Randy Cohen’s interview series “Person Place Thing” with Commissioner Vincent Sapienza. Check out our interview with Cohen in which he admits to having “high” anxiety levels and tries “to focus on one catastrophe at a time.”
A Cappella Live: Featuring Committed, The Filharmonic, Blake Lewis & Women of the World (March 8)
Four of the country’s most esteemed a cappella acts perform together at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center.
Hot Sauceology (March 11)
Learn how to make your own hot sauce at this Fulton Stall Market cooking class.
Five Steps To Launch Your Startup Or Side Hustle (March 16)
Join LMHQ at their workshop on kickstarting your own business.
St. Patrick’s Day Tea In Battery Park City (March 17)
Don your finest green and head over to BPCA for tea and sweets.
The Abbottabad Papers (March 26)
Nelly Lahoud, a senior fellow at New America’s International Security program, discusses her forthcoming book in conjunction with the 9/11 Museum’s exhibit “Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden.”
Hung Liu On Art In China, Yesterday And Today (March 30)
Explore the relationship between art and politics with revered contemporary painter Hung Liu.
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