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Upcoming Events
September 25, 2016 at Times Square, Free
As part of the 2016 edition of Crossing the Line, the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)’s celebrated contemporary arts festival, FIAF is thrilled to join partners Dancing in the Streets, The Edmond de Rothschild Foundations, Gibney Dance, Times Square Arts, and The Bronx Museum of the Arts to present the US debut of breakdance world champion Anne Nguyen in two distinct works: Graphic Cyphers, in the South Bronx and Times Square; and Autarcie (….): a search for self-sufficiency at Gibney Dance in Manhattan. Anne Nguyen will also join a panel of performance-makers from Paris and New York for the Artists Talk Towards Cultural Equity: The Artist’s Perspective, presented as part of BRIDGING: A French-American Dialogue on Diversity and
September 25, 2016 at Elmo, $20 pre-pay, $25 at the door
If you're tired of combing through online dating profiles, trying to have meaningful conversations in cramped bars and having your friends set you up on bad dates (like we are), then Linger might be for you. We're back for our second social where lesbian, bisexual and questioning women looking for romance and friends can meet and mingle with one another in a warm and welcoming space. Think carefully curated small groups without the anxiety, because we'll pair you with women with similar interests, mixed with friendly competitions designed to spark conversations. We look forward to seeing you again or meeting you for the first time.
September 25, 2016 at The Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club, $5 with the code GOMAG
Join comedians Colby Black and Gina Leggett while they learn about modern online dating apps and sites with Steve Dean of Dateworking and enjoy mini lessons on sign language, shuffleboard, and yoga with PopUp Yoga NYC!
September 25, 2016 at OTB, free
This FREE event requires registration. RSVP now : A Talk by Dr. Simona Giunta, Ph.D. Cancer affects one in three people worldwide. New estimates show that in 50 years, anyone living long enough will get cancer. But do you know what cancer really is? In this talk, you will hear that cancer comes from a single one of your own cells, why that cell goes ‘crazy’, why it is so difficult to find a cure, and how you can live in a way to stack up your odds against this terrible disease. This talk may just change your life. Know SciSimona is a scientist ence founder, Dr. Simona Giunta does cutting-edge research on Cancer, and the genetics of Cancer, at Rockefeller University.
September 25, 2016 at American Theater of Actors, $20 online/$25 at the door
This comedic and heart warming story follows Graham Chili, a country boy from Texas who has just moved to New York City to follow his dreams as a wall street stock broker by day and a cabaret singer by night. Looking to make friends and connect with his new surroundings in the spirit of his hometown "mega church capital," and fresh off the bus in Timesquare, he enters a Manhattan Mega church in search of the "choir practice" room. Instead he erroneously stumbles upon four different 12 step addiction meetings going on in the church basement that divert his attention, inspire his love life, and creates new friends and life realizations! Hit songs in the show include "Making Amends," "Everyone is Addicted to Something," and "Higher Power!"
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