LIC Community Acupuncture offering free herbal consultations in April

LIC Community Acupuncture is offering free remote herbal consultations during the COVID-19 crisis. While the physical location at 42-72 Hunter Street is currently closed, LIC Community Acupuncture still has ways to help its customers deal with heightened anxiety, indigestion, or insomnia, and managing chronic conditions like neck and shoulder pain.1 “There is a wide range […]
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MoMI: On Location with the Muppets in NYC, with Dave Goelz

LIVE ONLINE EVENT On Location with the Muppets in NYC, with Dave Goelz Part of Jim Henson’s World (2020) Saturday, April 18, 7:00 p.m. Join the Museum of the Moving Image for a live online conversation with legendary puppeteer Dave Goelz (Gonzo, Bunsen Honeydew, Zoot, Waldorf, Boober Fraggle, Uncle Traveling Matt), as he discusses his […]
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Levante at 26-21 Jackson Avenue has switched to delivery, pick-up service

Levante, an Italian restaurant at 26-21 Jackson Avenue, has shifted to a take-out and delivery service as a result of an order by New York City mayor Bill de Blasio to shutter all restaurants for dine in services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The restaurant will be open daily from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. for […]
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While SculptureCenter is closed, ‘no.1 Exhausted in Place’ comes to life online

Rafael Domenech: Model to exhaust this place (SculptureCenter Pavilion) SculptureCenter and Isométrico Publications, 2020 Over the next few weeks while we are sequestered in our homes and SculptureCenter’s exhibitions remain closed, we will try to bring instances of artists’ making and unmaking of art, and the emptying out and filling up of our lives lived […]
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