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Are you looking for free things to do in New York City (NYC) on December 6, 2023?

41 free events take place on Wednesday, December 6 in New York City. Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides! Exciting, high quality, unique and off the beaten path free events and free things to do take place in New York today, tonight, tomorrow and each day of the year, any time of the day: whether it's a weekday or a weekend, day or night, morning or evening or afternoon, December or July, April or November! These events will take your breath away!

New York City (NYC) never ceases to amaze you with quantity and quality of its free culture and free entertainment. Check out December 6 and see for yourself. Summer or Winter, Spring or Fall! Just click on any day of the calendar above and you'll find most inspiring and entertaining free events to go to and free things to do on each day of December . Don't miss the opportunities that only New York provides!

Some events take place all year long: same day of the week, same time there are there for you to take advantage of. One of the oldest free weekly events in Manhattan is Dixieland Jazz with the Gotham Jazzmen, which happen at noon every Tuesday. Another example of an event that you can attend all year round on weekdays is Federal Reserve Bank Tour, which takes place every week day at 1 pm (but advanced reservations are required). You can take at least 13 free tours every day of the year, except the New Year Day, July 4th, and the Christmas Day. If you are classical music afficionado, you can spend whole day in New York going from one free classical concert to another. If you love theater, then New York gives you an option to attend plays and musicals free of charge, or at deep discount. You just need to have information about it. And we are here to make that information available to you.
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41 free things to do in New York City (NYC) on Wednesday, December 6, 2023

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free events nyc Address by Israel's Special Envoy for Combatting Antisemitism (online)
free events nyc Tree Lighting in the Park, with Music, Cookies and Cocoa
free events nyc Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Village
free events nyc Orchestral Works by Verdi and More
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Tour | 13 Tours, All City Neighborhoods, Any Time Of The Day, Choose One Tour Or Many -- Includes Holiday Lights Tour


These free tours take place at various times during the day, all day long. You can make reservations for as many tours as your schedule allows. SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights + DUMBO 3 Hour Lower Manhattan Harlem Chelsea and the High Line 6 Hour Downtown Combined Greenwich Village Central Park Lower Manhattan Midtown Manhattan Grand Central Terminal Graffiti and Street Art Tours World Trade Center Holiday Lights Tour
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Talk | Address by Israel's Special Envoy for Combatting Antisemitism (online)


Speaker: Michal Cotler-Wunsh, Israel's Special Envoy for Combatting Antisemitism, Jerusalem, Israel
   New York City, NY; NYC
11:00 am
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Book Discussion | Feeling Moved: Upward Mobility and Emotions in Socialist Poland


In this presentation, Magda Sczceśniak offers a theorization of socialist upward mobility stories, a heterogenous genre which aimed to capture the experience of class advancement in state socialism, on the example of the Polish People’s Republic. A key declaration of the new post-war state was the promise of mass upward mobility of the peasant and working classes. The new system’s introduction was to precipitate the improvement of material living conditions for working classes, their symbolic appreciation, and—perhaps most importantly—their participation in state management. The professed end goal was a classless society, if classes are understood as hierarchical groups remaining in conflict over differing interests and the ownership of means of production. Although this goal was never achieved, the socialist period in Poland was in fact a time of intense social mobility. Drawing on diverse representations—from propaganda newsreels through film and literature to working-class writing—Szcześniak will examine recurring figures and tropes of the newly identified genre. Socialist upward mobility stories developed over time in response to the evolving class politics of the state and transforming class relations and influenced the ways in which class was thought and lived in state socialism. Szcześniak argues that socialist upward mobility stories were characterized by four recurring ideologemes: the collective character of socialist upward mobility, the state’s role as benefactor, the diffusion of upward mobility, and a heightened emotionality. Magda Szcześniak is Assistant Professor in the Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw. Author of Normy widzialności. Tożsamość w czasach transformacji (Norms of Visuality. Identity in Times of Transition, 2016) and Poruszeni. Awans i emocje w socjalistycznej Polsce (Feeling Moved. Upward Mobility and Emotions in Socialist Poland, 2023). Two-time Fulbright scholar (2010/2011, 2019/2020) and mentor in the Fulbright Poland “Top Minds” program. She has also received stipends from the Polish National Science Centre and the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Lecture | Klaus Friedeberger (1922-2019): Journey Around the World (online)


Born in Berlin in 1922, the artist Klaus Friedeberger escaped Nazi Germany in 1937. After studying at the Quaker School in Holland he arrived in London as a refugee in 1939. Classified as ‘enemy alien’ he was interned and subsequently deported to Australia on the transport ship Dunera. He spent two years in internment camps at Hay in New South Wales. Released in 1942 he joined the Australian Army labour corps and after demobilisation he studied art at East Sydney Technical College. After ten years in Australia Friedeberger returned to Europe and settled in London where he lived and worked until his death in 2019. Lecture by Monica Sidhu, followed by Q&A with wife Julie Friedeberger, both in London
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Tour | Tour of New York City Hall


One of the oldest continuously used City Halls in the nation that still houses its original governmental functions, New York's City Hall is considered one of the finest architectural achievements of its period. Constructed from 1803 to 1812, the building was an early expression of the City's cosmopolitanism. City Hall is a designated New York City landmark, and its rotunda is a designated interior landmark as well.
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Classical Music | Bach at Noon (In Person and Online)


Take a momentary respite from a busy day to enjoy a selection of organ works by Johann Sebastian Bach in an intimate venue.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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12:20 pm
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Concert | Holiday Harmonies


Featuring: The guitar duo Aerial Acoustics has been delighting audiences for over 25 years with their spirited original and cover instrumentals. Described as “electrifyingly acoustic,” Dorothy Wagner and Dennis Smith play complex arrangements of classic tunes, as well as original compositions, infused with elements of rock, jazz, classical and Spanish guitar. Ilya Shneyveys (accordion) and Jake Shulman-Ment (violin) are two of the leading contemporary musicians breathing new life into old-world klezmer, the celebratory music of East European Jews. This performance for Hanukkah will be filled with soulful Hasidic spirituals and rollicking dance melodies.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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12:30 pm
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Book Discussion | Mainstreaming and Game Journalism by David B. Nieborg and Maxwell Foxman


Mainstreaming and Game Journalism (MIT Press, September 2023) addresses both the history and current practice of game journalism, along with the roles writers and industry play in conveying that the medium is a “mainstream” form of entertainment.  Through interviews with reporters, David B. Nieborg and Maxwell Foxman retrace how the game industry and journalists started a subcultural spiral in the 1980s that continues to this day. Ultimately, Mainstreaming and Game Journalism provocatively questions whether games ever will—or even should—gain widespread cultural acceptance.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Workshop | Adult Chorus


Directed by Church Street School of Music, the chorus is open to all who love to sing. Learn contemporary and classic songs and perform at community events throughout the year.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Jazz | Standards from the American Songbook


Jazz guitarist Bill Wurtzel and guests play standards from the American Songbook. Bill Wurtzel began playing guitar at age 9, and was a radio and TV country music performer by age 12. He attended art school and had a career as an award-winning advertising creative director. He continued to play professionally and switched to music full time in 1989. Bill has played worldwide with many jazz legends, including the Count Basie Countsmen, Wild Bill Davis, Bill Doggett, Jimmy McGriff, the Harlem Blues & Jazz Band, singers Gloria Lynne and Terri Thornton, as well as Paul Simon. Bill is a director of the Jazz Foundation of America.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Classical Music | Works by Mozart and More for Violin, Viola, and Cello


Isaac Park, violin; Luke Henderson, violin; James Preucil, viola; Ian Maloney, cello; Haram Kim, violin; Dylan Hamme, violin; Oriana Hawley, viola; I-Jou Yang, cello; Gabrielle Couillard-Despres, violin; Coco Mi, violin; Jeremy Klein, viola; Julia Lee, cello. Program Will Stackpole, Here Without Trying Ziyi Tao, Notspur Mozart (1756-1791), String Quartet No. 19 in C Major, K. 465 "Dissonance"
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1:00 pm
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Film | Sister Act (1992) with Whoopi Goldberg


When lively lounge singer Deloris Van Cartier sees her mobster beau, Vince LaRocca, commit murder, she is relocated for her protection. Set up in the guise of a nun in a California convent, Deloris proceeds to upend the quiet lives of the resident sisters. In an effort to keep her out of trouble, they assign Deloris to the convent's choir, an ensemble that she soon turns into a vibrant and soulful act that gains widespread attention. Director: Emile Ardolino Cast: Whoopi Goldberg, Maggie Smith, Kathy Najimy, Wendy Makkena, Mary Wickes, Harvey Keitel Whoopi Goldberg is an American actor, comedian, author and television personality.] A recipient of numerous accolades, she is one of 18 entertainers to win the EGOT, which includes an Emmy Award, a Grammy Award, an Academy Award, and a Tony Award.
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2:00 pm
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Book Discussion | Absolution: Women's Lives and the Vietnam War (online)


Author Alice McDermott discusses her new book, a riveting account of women's lives on the margins of the Vietnam War, from the renowned winner of the National Book Award.
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Festival | Tree Lighting in the Park, with Music, Cookies and Cocoa


Come out for the 111th annual holiday tree lighting! Enjoy free cookies and cocoa and live performances by Gabrielle Lee and Alvin Hough (Courtesy of the Tin Pan Alley American Music Project) and the NYL Singers (from New York Life Insurance Company). The tree lighting begins at 5 pm at the northern section of the park.
   New York City, NY; NYC
4:00 pm
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Jazz | Joe Henderson Ensemble


Directed by Armen Donelian.
   New York City, NY; NYC
5:00 pm
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Film | Paris Is Burning (1990): 80s New York Drag Scene


A chronicle of New York's drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality. Director: Jennie Livingston 78 min. There will be a dialogue post-screening on Queer living through the AIDS epidemic in NYC.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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5:30 pm
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Discussion | State of Silence: The Espionage Act, Politics, and Press Freedom


Since the passage of the Espionage Act in 1917, the U.S. secrecy regime has expanded with no overall vision, limiting the press, restricting political dissidents, and keeping citizens in the dark. After opening remarks from Jameel Jaffer (Knight Institute Executive Director), a panel of legal experts and journalists will discuss the contemporary politics of the Espionage Act, including its use in the prosecution of former President Trump, the ongoing efforts to extradite Julian Assange to the United States, and the prospects for reforming the act to reduce the harms it poses to American democracy. They will also discuss the forthcoming book State of Silence: The Espionage Act and the Rise of America’s Secrecy Regime (Basic Books, November 2023), by Sam Lebovic (Knight Institute Senior Visiting Research Scholar 2023-2024; George Mason University). A reception will follow the panel.  
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Discussion | The Craft of Writing


Author Emily X.R. Pan as she sits down with Caron Levis. 
   New York City, NY; NYC
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5:45 pm
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Screening | Black Girls Play (2023): Short Film on the Story of Hand Games


There may be no journey more fascinating than the exploration of our roots. There may be nothing more revealing than the discovery of where we come from — our inspiration, our ideas, our culture. This short film chronicle the origins of the hand games that have been played by young Black girls for generations, and their influence on music, dance, and community all across the American creative landscape. Tracing the beginnings of the games all the way back to the slavery era, the film’s collection of illuminating voices — including musicians, music educators and ethnomusicologists — trace a fascinating cultural history that explains the significance of hand games, particularly in the evolution of popular music from jazz all the way to hip hop. The film also explores hand games’ influence on style and individualism everywhere from the playground to TikTok videos today. And it also questions why so much of the popular culture to come out of hand games has been dominated by men, when young girls were its original creators. Directors: Joe Brewster and Michèle Stephenson 18 min. Post-screening discussion with Kyra Gaunt, ethnomusicologist and author of The Games Black Girls Play: Learning the Ropes from Double-Dutch to Hip-Hop 
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Film | Kidnapped (2023): Jewish Child Stolen by the Church


In 1858, in the Jewish quarter of Bologna, the Pope's soldiers burst into the home of the Mortara family. By order of the cardinal, they have come to take Edgardo, their seven-year-old son. The child had been secretly baptized by his nurse as a baby and the papal law is unquestionable: he must receive a Catholic education. Edgardo's parents, distraught, will do anything to get their son back. Supported by public opinion and the international Jewish community, the Mortaras' struggle quickly take a political dimension. But the Church and the Pope will not agree to return the child, to consolidate an increasingly wavering power. Directed by Marco Bellocchio Starring: Paolo Pierobon, Fausto Russo Alesi, Barbara Ronchi 134 min. In Italian with English subtitles Accompanied by a Q&A with the director
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6:00 pm
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Opening Reception | The Book Show: Group Exhibition


An exhibition of book projects by 19 artists from the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay, curated by instructors Anna Raff and James Ransome.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Discussion | Political Trust in Europe: Is There a Crisis, and Does it Matter?


Political trust is commonly said to be critical for the functioning of liberal democracy. It indicates the belief that parties and politicians are ready and able to govern in the interests of citizens in reliable ways, even if exposed to little supervision or scrutiny. Trust facilitates political compromise, political integration, and social peace. Public debates and some studies suggest that European voters may be losing this important disposition. The surge of populist parties across European democracies, shrinking vote shares of mainstream parties, and visible protest movements are widely seen as clearcut signals in this regard. This conversation explores the scope of this perceived crisis and what the conditions and long-term consequences might be. It brings together international experts from the fields of political theory, empirical political sociology, and party politics. The panel participants will present their insights on the state of political trust in European politics in short introductory statements, discuss them in a panel a conversation, and respond to questions from the audience. Participants: __ Marc Hooghe is a full professor of Political Science at the University of Leuven (Belgium), and a Visiting Professor at the Universities of Mannheim, Lille-II and Utrecht. -- Mark Warren is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia, former Merilees Chair for the Study of Democracy, and President of the American Political Science Association. -- Milada Vachudova is Professor of Political Science at the Department of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. -- Thomas Zittel is Professor for Comparative Politics at Goethe University Frankfurt and currently Max Weber Visiting Professor for European and German Studies at the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, New York University.
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Classical Music | Sonatabend Recital (In Person and Online)


Artists perform a sonata repertoire with instrumentalists.
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Discussion | Telephone Telephone: Discussions About Video Art, Television and Their Descendant Media


A discussion about video art, television and their descendant media and how artists have used these to extend exhibition space and build new distribution networks for their ideas. Presented as part of the Library's ongoing exhibition, City Scenes: Video Art from the Collections of the n.b.k. and EAI. They will be discussing the architecture of televised communications and how artists integrated their works into existing circuits of presentation for art and performance.
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Festival | Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Village


The Rob Susman Brass Quartet, vocalist Linseigh Green and children and grown-ups alike will sing holiday songs. The sparkling lights on the resplendent tree will be turned on to mark the beginning of festive winter evenings. Santa Claus himself has promised to appear, candy canes in hand, and lead the children in the illumination countdown. Songbooks provided.
   New York City, NY; NYC
6:00 pm
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Talk | Artist Talk: Imagining African Futures


An evening of conversation with Ruth Sacks, a Johannesburg-based visual artist and author of Congo Style: From Belgian Art Nouveau to Independence. Sacks will show some of her recent visual work and talk with us about her practice as an artist and a scholar. How do architecture and the visual arts register and respond to the complex dynamics of colonialism and decolonization? How do Kinshasa and Johannesburg compare as sites for imagining African futures? In conversation with Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi and Jennifer Wenzel.
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Film | Glory to the Heroes (2023): Ukrainian Soldiers and Civilians Document the Ravages of War


From Kharkiv to Bakhmut to Kherson, filmmaker Bernard-Henri Lévy documents the ravages of the war in the Ukraine through testimonies from soldiers and civilians. Directed by Bernard-Henri Lévy 94 min. Followed by a discussion with the director
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Film | In the Rearview (2023): Fleeing the Russians in a Van


A Polish van traverses the roads of Ukraine. On board, the driver-director and evacuated people, following the Russian invasion. The vehicle becomes a fragile and temporary refuge, a zone of confidences of exiles. Director: Maciek Hamela 84 min. In Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish with English subtitles Followed by a discussion with the director
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Discussion | Artist Talk: Process and Practice (online)


In this virtual talk, artist Cannupa Hanska Luger will discuss his exploration of papermaking in the context of his multidisciplinary artistic practice with Apsara DiQuinzio, Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Nevada Museum of Art, and Tatiana Ginsberg, Dieu Donné Artistic Director and Master Collaborator. Rooted in generational knowledge of Indigenous craft and art, Luger creates monumental artworks utilizing repurposed materials, ceramics, textiles, steel, and digital media. In an ongoing collaboration with Dieu Donné, Luger has created handmade paper feathers and bustles to replicate and reinterpret customary regalia of Northern Plains tribes as part of a larger body of new work, Speechless, currently on view at the Nevada Museum of Art.
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Discussion | Conspiratorial Memory in Russia


In 2021, the National Liberation Movement (NOD), a nationalist social movement backed by the Russian state, started gathering signatures to petition the Russian Supreme Court to overrule the USSR’s breakup. The petition claims that the dissolution of the USSR was unlawful and resulted from a conspiracy between Mikhail Gorbachev and other key politicians of the time. To motivate people to sign, the activists addressed current problems: the reunification of the USSR would have stopped the war in Donbas (pre-February 24, 2022) and would stop the ‘special military operation’ in Ukraine, prevent opening the “second front” in Georgia, strengthen the country against the hostile West.  The idea that the dissolution of the USSR was a conspiracy is not new; in fact, it has been circulating in other milieus, especially pro-Soviet communities. Some of them also petitioned the courts or even went as far as claiming that the USSR still existed, Russian passports are void, and that the current regime has usurped power. The latter communities are now outlawed. However, the topic is new for the National Liberation Movement, which previously did not engage deeply with the Soviet memory.
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Discussion | How Can We Solve the Border Crisis? (in-person and online)


Fernanda Santos leads a panel of Elizabeth F. Cohen, Julia Preston, Cinthya Santos-Briones, and Van Tran on this urgent topic. What can be done to alleviate the chaos and human suffering at the U.S.-Mexico border? Without comprehensive immigration reform by Congress, what actions can the Biden administration take to create safe and legal pathways for asylum seekers? A panel of experts discusses creative solutions to America’s immigration crisis, and how to end the past decade’s debacle at the southern border.  
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Book Discussion | Flores and Miss Paula: Mother-Daughter Drama


Melissa Rivero presents her new novel, a wry, tender work about a Peruvian immigrant mother and a millennial daughter who have one final chance to find common ground.
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Reading | Look Then Below: A Performative Reading


Science-fiction writer Mark von Schlegell will give a performative reading of his fantasticritical script, Look Then Below, followed by an informal conversation with Guillaume Dénervaud. Cologne-based U.S. science fiction novelist and cultural critic Mark von Schlegell has been creating hybrid projects on the margins of the art community since 1992.  He earned a PhD in literature from NYU in 2000, and directed the Pure Fiction Seminar at Frankfurt’s Staedelschule from 2011-2018. His first novel, Venusia (Semiotext(e)), 2005, was honor’s-listed for the Otherwise Prize in science fiction. He has published more than eleven books and continues to write, perform and collaborate with independent artists in experimental projects around the world.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Poetry Reading | Words Unwhispered: Ghazals in the Time of the Pandemic, 2021


Pamela L. Laskin's latest is a poetry book of ghazals written during the pandemic.Its focus is primarily on personal grief, but also on the anguish of the world's inhabitants, and how the virus has impacted on them. Challenged by the political landscape, there are also the small and poignant moments of grace, the joy of being stuck inside with a loved one.Ultimately, the book is a prayer for a better world. ("Prayers", page 3): "But then I write this poem/my prayer for peace."
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Book Discussion | Lesbian Poetic Traditions (In Person AND Online)


The iconic feminist poet Judy Grahn re-explores the traditions of lesbian poetry from Sappho to Pat Parker and beyond. In 1985, Judy Grahn boldly declared that lesbians have a poetic tradition and mapped it from Sappho to the present day in the groundbreaking book The Highest Apple. In 2023 the book is being reprinted as part of the Sapphic Classics series, which is dedicated to reprints of iconic works of lesbian poetry. Grahn revisits the original text, which situates poetry by Sappho, Emily Dickinson, Gertrude Stein, Adrienne Rich, Audre Lorde, and more as central to lesbian culture—and more radically as central to society as a whole. Judy Grahn is joined by scholar and poet Julie R. Enszer and others to discuss the continued relevance and dynamism of Grahn’s seminal work.
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Jazz | Mingus Ensemble


Charles Mingus was one of the most original, iconoclastic and influential composers of the twentieth century. The vast scope of his work includes everything from orchestral tone poems like "Adagio ma Non Troppo," to the Gospel-tinged "Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting" and the hard-swinging jazz classic "Moanin'." He was passionate, political, controversial and an ever imposing force on the global jazz scene until his untimely death in 1979. His rich legacy remains an indispensable part of the jazz canon and continues to invite deeper inspection and modern interpretation. With a respectful nod to the forward-looking spirit of Charles Mingus, contemporary rhythmic elements (hip-hop, drum & bass, etc.) will be introduced in the reshaping, deconstruction and at time, total renovation of the original material.
   New York City, NY; NYC
7:00 pm
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Discussion | Revelations on Mandela's Legacy


A conversation with Justice Malala and Jonny Steinberg. This is an insightful and engaging conversation as these two prominent authors discuss their newly released books on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela with moderator Jody Jacobs. This unique event offers a deep dive into the complexities, challenges, and profound impact of one of the most iconic figures in modern history.
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Talk | The Great Rewiring: What Phone-Based Childhood Has Done to Our Children (online)


A lively and in-depth discussion on the ways technology is shaping childhood, with a focus on the impact of social media on teen mental health. Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist at New York University’s Stern School of Business, will explore practical solutions that both parents and school leaders can implement, recognizing that homes and schools are formative, and that when aligned, they form a vital partnership.    
   New York City, NY; NYC
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Classical Music | Orchestral Works by Verdi and More


MSM Symphony and Jazz Orchestra; George Manahan, Conductor; Ed Neumeister, Conductor; Ken Kagawa, trombone. Program Verdi (1813-1901), Overture to La forza del destino Henri Tomasi (1901-1971), Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra Jennifer Higdon (b. 1962), blue cathedral
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7:30 pm
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Jazz | Jazz Super Trios


This ensemble covers the musical contributions of the piano trios of Nat King Cole, Bill Evans, Paul Bley, Hampton Hawes, McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett, and others. Pianists, acoustic bassists, and drummers display the communication and mutual support they have developed between the various members of their trio, while understanding the individual roles of each player.
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