SculptureCenter: In Practice Roundtable: I Want To Believe, Tue, Feb 4, 2020, 7-8pm

In Practice: Total Disbelief Tuesday, February 4, 2020, 7pm SculptureCenter 44-19 Purves Street In conjunction with In Practice: Total Disbelief, exhibition artists gather for a roundtable discussion with Kyle Dancewicz, Director of Exhibitions and Programs and exhibition curator. In Practice: Total Disbelief considers artistic engagements with dimensions of doubt as they contribute to the formation of social life. Across media, […]
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City Owlets: 4th Annual Lunar New Year FUNstival, Feb. 1, 2020 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

One of our most OWLsome events is back! Please join us for our 4th Annual Lunar New Year FUNstival on Saturday, February 1st. There will be a sidewalk lion dance performance & kung-fu demonstration, which is proudly sponsored by our dear friends and partners at Compass Realty and FM Home Loans, from 11am-11:30am. Each play […]
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Book Culture LIC: Mozart for Munchkins presents The Munchkins Piano Trio

Book Culture LIC: Mozart for Munchkins presents The Munchkins Piano Trio! 02/01/2020 – 4:00pm to 5:00pm 26-09 Jackson Ave Join Book Culture LIC on Saturday, February 1st at 4pm for a special performance from Mozart for Munchkins. Purchase your tickets here! Have you said hello to the violin, cello or piano recently? Join us for […]
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New York Irish Center Hosts Original First Irish Theatre Festival: Appropriate

WHAT: Irish Theatre Festival: Appropriate WHEN: January 27th – February 2nd 2020 WHERE: New York Irish Center, 1040 Jackson Ave # 3, Long Island City, NY New York Irish Center is hosting a play from January 27 – February 2nd called Appropriate. Appropriate is a darkly comic tale of Sorcha; queen bee of her small […]
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LIC Community, Neighbors raise $57,000 for Funding LIC’s Future Campaign

With the holiday season behind us and the start of a new decade, NYC Kids RISE announced that the “Funding Long Island City’s Future” campaign raised a total of $57,414, nearly doubling the amount raised over the original goal of $30,000, that will go towards local students’ NYC Scholarship Accounts for college and career training. […]
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