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New York, NYC Bacon and Beer Classic 2017 (4/29 - 4/30): Join us at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, for the 4th Annual Bacon and Beer Classic on April 29th + 30th, 2017. Come hungry, come thirsty, leave happy!

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Buffalo, Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival (4/29 - 5/6): On the fringe of Delaware Park the cherry blossoms of the Japanese Gardens burst open with bright pink hues for this serene and breathtaking annual event.

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Oyster Bay, Arbor Day Family Festival (4/29 - 4/30): Live music performances, children’s tree climb, face painting, circus acts, tree plantings, and lots of activities for children of all ages to enjoy!

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New Windsor, 3rd Annual Chocolate 5K Run (4/30): Our scenic course takes you through the picturesque roads of New Windsor and Cornwall, NY with the addition of a small cross country trail segment (Very Unique for a 5K Race!). Our amenity filled even

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Westhampton Beach, CRESLI Seal walks at Cuposgue Beach (11/26 - 5/7): Two hour naturalist led walk to learn about, observe, and photograph seals in the wild. Reservation are required.

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New York, Explore India - Celebrate The Spring Festival Of Colors (4/28): Come celebrate HOLI - The Festival Of Colors with Live Indian Music and More.

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Peekskill, Melissa Etheridge (4/29): Melissa Etheridge stormed onto the American rock scene in 1988 with the release of her critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, which led to an appearance on the 1989 Grammy Awards show. For sev

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Brooklyn, Regina Opera Companys Swing Along Broadway Concert. (4/30): Enjoy your favorite Broadway tunes at the “Salute to Broadway” Concert. This two-hour program features show-stopping classic & contemporary Broadway selections presented by several debut artists.

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Tarrytown, Rubber Duck Derby & Healthy Kids Day (4/29): 2000 Rubber Ducks are raced at Patriot's Park in Tarrytown, NY in 7 heats. Winner gets $1500. Enjoy, music, food, vendors, bouncy castles and more. Go to www.tarrytownrotary.org to adopt your rubber

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Brooklyn, SEA (Singular Extreme Actions)- An Hour of Action (4/13 - 5/7): STREB EXTREME ACTION's SEA is back -- a wild kaleidoscope of Action Heroes, Events, Machines, and Music. Join us for an hour that proves ACTION knows no time!

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Oneonta, SHIFT NY Holistic and Spiritual Arts Fair (4/29 - 4/30): Reboot Body Mind & Soul- 28 Free metaphysical workshops from yoga to dreams, angels & ghosts– 15 Psychic & Tarot Readers, 5 Energy Healers, Over 30 Vendors of unique gifts, henna tattoos, aura photos

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Bedford, Spring Bedford Antiques Show at Historical Hall (4/29 - 4/30): Spring Bedford Antiques Show at Historical Hall April 29 & 30 608 Old Post Rd Bedford NY Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm $9. at door Save $2. with ad

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White Plains, 4th Annual Forks Corks & Cocktails - Lgbtq Food, Wine & Cocktails Show (5/5): Join Björn & Company for the fourth year in a row as they take the fine palates of Westchester’s LGBTQ community & their allies on a culinary tour to experience the wide array of talent and cuisines.

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Ithaca, Community Day at PRI (5/6): Enjoy free admission to both the Museum of the Earth and Cayuga Nature Center.

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Syracuse, Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb (5/5): The area’s favorite international guitar duo perform stunning duets, featuring their world class guitar talents. 

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Lenox, Eastover Medical Qigong and Eastern Medicine Symposium 2017 (6/23 - 6/30): 14 Grand Masters and healers with their wisdom, knowledge of western medicine and psychiatry integrated w Eastern medicine, Qi transmission, a event to get your Qi energy activated, from here each of

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Albany, Albany Tulip Festival (5/13 - 5/14): Featuring annual traditions rooted in the city’s rich Dutch heritage, nearly one hundred artisans selling their handmade crafts, a fine arts show, delicious food, and many more!

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Albany, Annual History Fair (5/7): Discover the Capital City's rich heritage at the Albany History Fair! This May event explores a unique theme each year through family activities, talks, tours, presentations, exhibitions, and even foo

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Albany, Champions for Children of the Capital Region (5/10): Join us to honor the 2017 Champions for Children of the Capital Region for their outstanding contributions to children's health, safety and well-being.

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Albany, Five Guys Fundraiser! Dinner With Stevie! (5/2): Eat at Five Guys in guilderland while supporting a great organization!

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Albany, Hollis Brown/Lost Leaders at The Hollow (5/13): Hollis Brown and Lost Leaders play at The Hollow in Albany, NY on May 13th

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Albany, LECTURE 19th Century Landscape Photography (4/30): When photography arrived in the United States in 1839, it first established itself in major cities in the East.

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Albany, RMH Fundraiser by LTV (5/2): The LTV Class of 2017 needs your support to build Family Fun Rooms at the Ronald McDonald House.

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Angelica, Spring and Summer Recreation show (5/6 - 5/7): Everything you need for Spring and Summer! RVing, Boating, Camping, Golfing, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Off-Roading, Kids activities and more! Bring the whole family!

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Appleton, Victorian Tea (5/7): A four course Victorian Tea. Learn about victorian traditions and enjoy a wine tasting after.

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Barker, Who Bounced the Bouncer? A 1920’s Murder Mystery Dinner/Lions Fundraiser (4/29): Who Bounced the Bouncer? A 1920’s Murder Mystery Dinner/Lions Fundraiser on April 29, 2017 at Barker Fire Hall

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Beacon, Cash Is King Presents The Songs of The Highwaymen April 29th at The Towne Crier Cafe in Beacon NY (4/29): If you love Cash Is King's Tribute To Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Three your going to love Songs of The Highwaymen !!!

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Bedford, Spring Bedford Antiques Show at Historical Hall (4/29 - 4/30): Spring Bedford Antiques Show at Historical Hall April 29 & 30 608 Old Post Rd Bedford NY Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 11am to 5pm $9. at door Save $2. with ad

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Binghamton, Kolby Oakley (5/13): Kolby Oakley takes the stage. He picks up his custom built electric guitar, with his name proudly displayed on the fretboard and steps up to the microphone. In the first 10 seconds of the show, you ar

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Binghamton, Police Week Annual Breakfast (5/2): Southern Tier Law Enforcement Memorial Association annual "Police Week" breakfast, featuring guest speaker Officer Colin.

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Binghamton, Wine & Food Fest 2017 (4/27): Wine & Food Fest 2017 on April 27, 2017 at Roberson Museum and Science Center

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Bolton Landing, Girlfriends Getaway (5/12 - 5/14): Relax the body, Renew the Mind, Refresh the Spirit. An enjoyable time away with your Mom, Grandmother, aunts, sisters, cousins and friends.

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Brewster, Paint, Paint, Sip (5/8): Join us for Paint, Paint, Sip with Jessica Kennedy and help The Quirky Bunch reach their fundraising goal for 2017!

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Bronx, B’N Fit Annual Teen & Community Walk 2017 (5/6): Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (MMCC) and Children’s Hospital at Montefiore (CHAM) in partnership with J Train Wellness announce that registration is now open for the B’N Fit Annual POWER Walk.

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Bronx, Chief69 Hip Hop and fitness Bronx Ny (5/1 - 5/15): the workouts I will lead are simple but intense so come ready to sweat...

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Bronx, East Meets West Celebration (5/16): The Friends of Pelham Bay and The Friends of Van Cortlandt are co-hosting another East Meets West event celebrating 25 years in our parks.

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Bronx, Free Book Reading Event for Teens (5/6): Dream Jordan reads from her book, Hot Girl, and discusses the book's theme of peer pressure.

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Bronx, Mariachi Los Camperos (5/7): Mariachi Los Camperos was founded in 1960 by mariachi “Giant” Natividad “Nati” Cano. His passing in October 2014 was mourned nationwide by performers, students, and lovers of mariachi.

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Bronx, Mary Gauthier (5/4): In a Nashville bookstore, to the tune of steam hissing from a latte machine and laptop taps of nearby browsers, she speaks in a low voice, yet communicates urgently. Her voice never rises. Her music n

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Bronx, MPS 26th Annual Mothers Day Extravagnaza (5/14): a group of enterprising Montserratians, led by John L. Francis, formed the organization that came to be known as the Montserrat Progressive Society of New York, (MPS-NY) Inc.

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Brooklyn, 37th Annual Mothers Day Show (5/14): 37th Annual Mother's Day Show on May 14, 2017 at Walt Whitman Theatre

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Brooklyn, A Place to Bury Strangers (5/2): A Place to Bury Strangers (also known by APTBS) is an American noise rock band originally from Brooklyn, New York.

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Brooklyn, Anna Coogan (4/27): The Lonely Cry of Space and Time, a stunning new album by musical shape-shifter Anna Coogan, is ­for those unafraid to steep themselves in heart-wrenching honesty and to contemplate our place in the u

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Brooklyn, Around the World in Two Grapes! (5/12): Let the team at Good Wine take you on a journey of delicious discovery with the noble grapes, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir.

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Brooklyn, Atlantic Thrills (4/29): With a riff that packs more beef than a fraternity BBQ and drips raunch like a cat house bidet, Atlantic Thrills' second LP begins with a warning against the dangers of staying sober on a weeknight an

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Brooklyn, Badacaster (5/3): Badacaster are on a mission to provide you with the sonic equivalent of a bottle of Bud and a shot of Powers. It's boogie music and you can stumble to it.

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Brooklyn, Balkan Beat Box (4/28): Formed in New York, in 2003, Balkan Beat Box are truly in a league of their own, endorsing a genre of music that invites the influence of Gypsy punk, Middle Eastern traditions and Balkan music.

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Brooklyn, Benefit/Screening: The Good Fights for She Should Run (5/14): Join us this Mother’s Day -- and celebrate women everywhere -- for a fundraiser to benefit She Should Run!

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Brooklyn, Bklyn Designs (5/5): BKLYN DESIGNS is Brooklyn's premier design event showcasing a cross section of design, architecture and art.

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Brooklyn, Bloodshot Bill (5/4): Greasy Canadian has travelled on his own, playin' all over USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, Mexico...all sortsa places too, from big festivals to tiny bars to trailer parks & truck stops...Tours mostly as

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Brooklyn, Blue Future (5/6): Blue Future is an independent electronic music artist from the Chicago area, who was trained by aliens to create electro hiphop music from the future, and to unleash it on planet earth.

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Brooklyn, Brice Randall Bickford (5/1): In the '00s, Durham-based singer-songwriter Brice Randall Bickford was known for recording and performing his own country-inflected narrative pop songs as The Strugglers. Under that moniker, Bickford

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Brooklyn, Chaka Kahn (5/13): Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College concludes its 2016-17 season with internationally-acclaimed music icon Chaka Khan on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 7:30pm concert.

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Brooklyn, cory james (4/28): Native New Yorker Cory James is a hidden treasure in the city’s vibrant techno and house community. James’ signature New York techno sound has found him sharing the decks with such luminaries as VRIL,

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Brooklyn, Dangerous Animals (5/5): Dangerous Animals are an American rock band formed in 2012 in Storrs, Connecticut. The group consists of Mike Holler (lead vocals, guitar), Connor McTaggart (guitar), Mike Schulz (bass guitar), and Mi

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Brooklyn, Dwayne Gretzky (4/29): DWAYNE GRETZKY is a great big gang of Toronto's top musicians playing all of your dad's favourite songs.

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Brooklyn, Electric Love Machine (5/9): Electric Love Machine (ELM) is best described as an outer space adventure through sound, infused with doses of electronic funk, traditional Americana and improvisational jazz, and whose foundation is

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Brooklyn, Eli Escobar (5/12): New York’s house and disco evangelist Eli Escobar has been a familiar face on the city’s scene for the last two decades. Whether tearing it up at clubs across the capital (and beyond) or throwing down

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Brooklyn, Eliza and the Organix (4/29): Eliza and the Organix plays soulful, quirky rock.

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Brooklyn, Enzo Siragusa (5/6): When it comes to rave culture there aren’t many artists out there who are as passionate and dedicated as Enzo Siragusa. The Londoner is the mastermind behind one of the capital’s most infamous party b

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Brooklyn, Face To Face (5/11): Face to Face (formed in 1991) is an American punk band, fronted by Trever Keith from Victorville, California, in the U.S.

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Brooklyn, Farmhouse Family Days (3/18 - 6/17): Farmhouse family days are free and open to families with children of all ages.

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Brooklyn, Father John Misty (5/10): Father John Misty is an indie rock singer-songwriter hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, U.S who was born on the 3rd of May 1981. Since his solo debut in 2004, he has released 10 studio albums and has a

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Brooklyn, Frances Cone (5/3): Frances Cone is Christina Cone, Andrew Doherty, Alex Baron, and Adam Melchor. Their rich harmonies, electrifying guitar sound, and deliberate production accompanied with a striking audible sincerity m

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Brooklyn, Gnaw (5/6): Gnaw is a New York City noise/metal band created by Alan Dubin after the dissolution of Khanate and consisting of guitarist Brian Beatrice, multi-instrumentalist Carter Thornton, drummer Eric Neuser a

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Brooklyn, Golden Dragon Acrobats (4/30): The Golden Dragons combine award-winning acrobatics, spectacular costumes, ancient and contemporary music, and theatrical techniques to present an unforgettable show of breathtaking skill and beauty.

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Brooklyn, Greenpoint Film Festival (5/4 - 5/7): A yearly festival founded in 2011 now in tis 6th year, 4 days of films including a competitive program in all categories, Documentary, Narrative, Experimental, Animations, features and shorts.

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Brooklyn, Happy Days (4/23 - 5/28): Academy Award winner Dianne Wiest (Hannah and Her Sisters, Bullets Over Broadway) plays Winnie in Samuel Beckett‘s masterpiece Happy Days.

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Brooklyn, Haunting Renditions Live (4/27): HAUNTING RENDITIONS LIVE is an intimate night of bad music made good.

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Brooklyn, Hellshot (5/6): Hellshot, a four piece metal band has been a force in the NYC metal scene with its ferocious brand of thrash and hardcore. Soon after forming, the band played a slew of local gigs at noted venues incl

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Brooklyn, Hideout (5/4): HIDEOUT is Manhattan-based songwriter Gabriel Rodriguez, who's also a longtime member of indie-pop band, Cults. His sophomore album 'So Many Hoops/So Little Time' is due out February 3rd 2017 via Smal

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Brooklyn, Hollis Brown (5/5): Hollis Brown is an American Rock ‘n’ Roll band. Named after a Bob Dylan song (“The Ballad of Hollis Brown”), the band was formed by Queens-natives and songwriters Mike Montali (lead vocals/guitar) an

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Brooklyn, Hot Flash Heat Wave (5/5): Hot Flash Heat Wave is the brainchild of four best friends from Davis, California. During their high school years, they met and bonded through participation in a small, tight-knit community of musicia

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Brooklyn, Idan Raichel (5/1): Producer, keyboardist, and composer Idan Raichel has become a global music icon since the unveiling of The Idan Raichel Project, a multi-ethnic tour de force that changed the face of Israeli popular m

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Brooklyn, Indonesian Junk (5/10): Big hooks and big riffs is what Indonesian Junk is all about. Hailing from the land of Lenny, Squiggy, and the Crusher this Milwaukee ménage à trois takes the best elements of glam, punk, power pop, a

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Brooklyn, Jerry Joseph And The Jackmormons (5/1): For more than 30 years, Jerry Joseph has been strapping on a guitar and chasing down truth, understanding and soul with a tenacity and resonant skill that mark him as a hard charging kindred spirit to

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Brooklyn, Joakim (4/28): Since 1999, when he released his debut album as Joakim Lone Octet (an electro-jazz exercise in style on Future Talk, the experimental sub-label of Versatile), Joakim has been a tough musician to pinpo

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Brooklyn, Kerri Chandler (5/6): Kerri 'Kaoz' Chandler has been injecting soul into music since the early 90s, making him one of house music’s originators.

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Brooklyn, KValentine (5/3): On a cold snowy day at a downtown Chicago hospital, K’Valentine made her entrance into this world. She served as an early Christmas gift for her mother. The news of her birth also excited her father,

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Brooklyn, La Misa Negra (5/4): La Misa Negra is an 8-piece band from Oakland, California that plays a unique blend of 1950's and 60's style cumbia and high-energy, Afro-Colombian dance music. Powered by horn and accordion-driven ri

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Brooklyn, Maria Chavez (5/5): Born in Lima, Peru, Maria Chávez is mainly known as an abstract turntablist, sound artist & DJ. Influenced by improvisation, chance and accidents in contemporary art, her work expands outside of the

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Brooklyn, Mark Knight (4/28): DJ, producer, label owner and businessman: Mark Knight has proven a rare and wonderful breed of musical heavyweight. The second highest-selling Beatport artist of all time (with no less than eight No.

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Brooklyn, Marvel Years (4/28): Cory Wythe, the producer and guitarist better known as Marvel Years, has found a welcome place for himself within the increasingly popular glitch-hop / electro-soul dance music scene. His approach to

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Brooklyn, Meat Puppets (5/10): Meat Puppets (formed in 1980) is an American punk, country and psychedelic rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, in the U.S.

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Brooklyn, Mega Bog (5/7): Mega Bog is the moniker of song-dribbler Erin Birgy, a Pacific Northwest rodeo child with an unmistakable laugh who was allegedly cursed upon conception. Over the past 8 years the band has stretched a

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Brooklyn, Mexrrissey (5/4): Delving into Mexico’s unlikely obsession for all-things-Morrissey, Mexico City-based DJ and producer Camilo Lara, founder of the electronic music project Mexican Institute of Sound (M.I.S.), together

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Brooklyn, Mindscar (4/27): Mindscar is a three piece metal band from Orlando, Florida originally formed by Richie Brown (vocals/guitar) and Mike Radford (drums) in 1998. In 2001, the band made a powerful impact throughout the C

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Brooklyn, Mona (5/8): "Upon leaving the Midwest for Nashville, MONA quickly captured the attention of audiences and critics with driving, post-indie rock delivered with a rebellious energy. Looking back, singer and songwri

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Brooklyn, Moon Duo (4/27): Moon Duo is a band hailing from San Francisco, California, United States who formed in 2009. Made up of Wooden Shijps guitarist Ripley Johnson and singer Sanae Yamada, the band have released three E.P

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Brooklyn, Mufaros Beautiful Daughters (4/29): Told through traditional dance, drumming, narration, and song, this African version of the Cinderella story celebrates goodness, generosity, and kindness of heart. Recommended for ages six and up.

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Brooklyn, Nam Wayne (4/27): Recently featured in Destroy//Exist, Nam Wayne is a Philadelphia tape-rocker of Scottish Vietnamese ancestry. He began writing his self-titled debut album back in 2005 intending to give it a rough cha

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Brooklyn, Natural Stranger (5/3): We welcome anyone with open ears to enjoy the tunes we've worked very hard to craft. Like most bands, we have troubles pin pointing our sound. To be completely honest, nothing is off the table for us.

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Brooklyn, No Vacation (5/3): No Vacation is an Indie/Dream-Pop band that combines the novel sounds of college nostalgia and surf-tinged bedroom pop. What began as a sunny San Francisco dorm-room duo in early 2015 by frontwoman Sa

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Brooklyn, of Montreal (4/27): of Montreal are a psychedelic pop/electro quintet based in Georgia, U.S. and part of the celebrated Elephant Six Recording Company.

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Brooklyn, Old Salt Union (5/7): Old Salt Union is known for playing music by their own set of rules. While the men who make up the group are not complete rebels, they are certainly focused on exposing people to a purer, more excitin

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Brooklyn, Opening Bell (5/6): "Being a symbolic gesture of globalized commerce rather than a functional indicator of the start of a day's trading, Wall Street's opening bell now acts as a signifier of a bygone era, one that was le

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Brooklyn, Orcus (5/6): ORCUS is a metal band from the Philadelphia area. Rich Books & Greg Allison are the founding members of the band. Along with brothers Dann Romano on drums and Mike Romano on lead guitar. ORCUS has ope

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Brooklyn, Panama Wedding (5/2): Spending his nights walking the streets of New York City from his Flatiron recording studio down to his East Village apartment, things finally came into focus for Peter Kirk. After several years of wo

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Brooklyn, Pkew Pkew Pkew (5/7): The four-piece have crushed beers and shared stages with a lot of cool bands including Diarrhea Planet, FIDLAR, The Hold Steady, Pup, and Titus Andronicus. Pkew Pkew Pkew will be heading out on tour w

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Brooklyn, Plant Sale 2017 (5/11): Plant Sale 2017 on May 11, 2017 at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

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Brooklyn, Radkey (5/9): Radkey does whatever they want. Whether it's hard and fast, or slow and groovy as fuck. Radkey does whatever they want, and that's what rock and roll is all about. You can hear it in the music and it

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Brooklyn, Rebecca Pronsky (4/27): Rebecca Pronsky is a born and raised Brooklynite who plays twangy folk that is as “urban as it is rural, not afraid to be sophisticated” (Maverick). She’s a “poetic lyricist” (All Music Guide) who "ad

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Brooklyn, Regina Opera Companys Swing Along Broadway Concert. (4/30): Enjoy your favorite Broadway tunes at the “Salute to Broadway” Concert. This two-hour program features show-stopping classic & contemporary Broadway selections presented by several debut artists.

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Brooklyn, Salsa Party (5/11): Salsa Party on May 11, 2017 at Brooklyn Museum

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Brooklyn, Sam Moss (5/6): Sam Moss is a Boston based songwriter and string player. His work rambles through various offshoots of Americana, from original and interpreted folk songs, to pastoral and occasionally jagged instrume

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Brooklyn, Screaming Females (4/27): Screaming Females' seven years as a band, four full-length albums and 700 globe-spanning live shows has made them difficult to miss. Through it all, the New Brunswick, New Jersey trio have continued t

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Brooklyn, SEA (Singular Extreme Actions)- An Hour of Action (4/13 - 5/7): STREB EXTREME ACTION's SEA is back -- a wild kaleidoscope of Action Heroes, Events, Machines, and Music. Join us for an hour that proves ACTION knows no time!

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Brooklyn, Shwizz (5/9): ShwizZ is a unique cast of characters reigning from New York. Best described as a melting pot of funk and progressive rock, this giant original sound will be sure to put a smile on your face. The band

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Brooklyn, Silverteeth (5/8): "Guitar driven music with a dose of pop and a heavy amount of grit evocative of alternative rock’s golden era in the ’90s.. a rich soundscape abundant from track to track...one of the best local recor

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Brooklyn, Slowdive (5/8): Long-term school-friends Neil Halstead & Rachel Goswell formed Slowdive in October 1989, the name, Slowdive, coming from a dream Neil Halstead once had. According to an interview in Alternative Press,

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Brooklyn, Soramimi (4/28): Soramimi is a composer and producer based in NYC. “Soramimi” is defined as a mishearing or feigned deafness. She regards her music as narrative imagery, with an abstract sound illustrated by cerebral

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Brooklyn, Steal Your Peach (5/7): We are Mashup Concept, fusing the music of The Allman Brothers and The Grateful Dead. We are also an Original Band called Old Soul Revival on some nights.

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Brooklyn, Strand of Oaks (5/8): Strand Of Oaks, led by Philadelphia's Tim Showalter, will release its new album 'Hard Love' on February 17 on Dead Oceans. On the highly anticipated follow up to 2014's 'HEAL', Showalter confronts the

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Brooklyn, Sun Voyager (4/27): Sun Voyager is a heavy psychedelic band from the Hudson Valley consisting of Carlos Francisco (vox/guitar), Stefan Mersch (bass), & Kyle Beach (drums).

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Brooklyn, Taking Meds (5/7): Taking Meds formed in 2012 in Rochester, NY and consists of Skylar Sarkis, Ben Kotin, Jon Markson, and Matt Battle. The project began when Kotin and Sarkis were on tour with their other band, Such Gol

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Brooklyn, Talib Kweli (5/3): Born 3 October 1975 in Brooklyn, New York Talib Kweli Greene is a recording artist in the alternative hip hop genre. Artistically he is known as Talib Kweli and also as part of the group Black Star wi

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Brooklyn, Tall Heights (5/11): Getting there is half the fun, as the old saying goes, but the journey is really the whole point for Boston progressive-folk duo Tall Heights. And singer/guitarist Tim Harrington and singer/cellist Pa

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Brooklyn, Tasseomancy (5/7): Tasseomancy is the musical project of sisters Sari and Romy Lightman. Influenced by the likes of Robbie Basho, Broadcast, Mary Margaret O'hara, and Alice Coltrane's Turiya Sings, the band has develope

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Brooklyn, Tenth Annual National Grid Earth Day Celebration (4/29): Children and adults alike will enjoy live music, arts and crafts, and street performers at this free community festival.

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Brooklyn, The Black Angels w/ A Place To Bury Strangers (5/2): The Black Angels new album Death Song available on April 21st!

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Brooklyn, The Cult (5/10): The Cult (formed in 1983) is an English post-punk and hard rock band, originally formed as a gothic, metal revivalist band with Native American influences, hailing from Bradford, Yorkshire, UK.

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Brooklyn, The Damned (5/5): The Damned formed in 1976, and played their first gig supporting The Sex Pistols at the 100 Club. They were the first of the London punk bands to release a single, 'New Rose', on the independent recor

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Brooklyn, The Flowdown (5/8): Jazz-Rock-Funk-HipHop-World. Ropeadope Records. NYC. New Album "WorldSpeak" April 29th 2016.

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Brooklyn, The Lawsuits (5/5): For years, Philadelphia's The Lawsuits have been known for a sound that cannot be pigeonholed into one genre. There is something to be said about a band that has been creating music together as long a

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Brooklyn, The New Mastersounds (5/11): From their inception nearly two decades ago in Leeds, UK, The New Mastersounds have wholeheartedly embraced the “old school” label—their sound rooted deeply in those classic soul jazz, boogaloo and fu

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Brooklyn, The New Resistants (5/5): We write the only music we know how to, loud fast punk rock, with an ear for melodies and sharp guitar lines. Formed in 2014 in the little hamlet of Cold Spring NY, we will not stop until we conquer t

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Brooklyn, The Patient Zeros (5/3): Denver's fusion of soulful songwriting and rock n roll swagger, brought to a bar near you.

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Brooklyn, The Shadow Band (5/6): This band is very alright. lost in mists and fog, a light is bright but distant

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Brooklyn, Thunder Dreamer (5/11): "The words “We will destroy the Earth and all we’ve made” taken in their most literal form appear to be strikingly brutal. Approach it via its position in the opening track on Thunder Dreamer’s new LP

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Brooklyn, Tom Rush (4/29): Tom Rush's impact on the American music scene has been profound. He helped shape the folk revival in the '60s and the renaissance of the '80s and '90s, his music having left its stamp on generations o

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Brooklyn, Twin Limb (5/8): Louisville's Twin Limb is proof that a band can be a powerful trio without being a "power trio". When friends, Lacey Guthrie and Maryliz Bender decided they were going to build a musical edifice toget

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Brooklyn, We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 (4/21 - 9/17): We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 examines the political, social, cultural, and aesthetic priorities of women of color during the emergence of second-wave feminism.

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Brooklyn, What We Think We Know About Love (4/27): Inspired by this endless human quest for understanding love, we talked to a diverse selection of New Yorkers about what it means to them.

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Brooklyn, Yosvany Terry Sextet (5/6): Known equally for his improvisational artistry and his virtuosic compositions, Yosvany Terry's unique confluence of authentic Cuban roots music and jazz.

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Brooklyn, Zachary Cale (5/7): Zachary Cale is a NYC based songwriter/musician originally hailing from the small southern town of Enon, Louisiana. His music ranges from lyrically driven balladry over American Primitive inspired gui

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Buffalo, $12 Dinner every Tuesday at the Chandelier Bar (5/2): Penne Pasta Bolognese, veal . pork . tenderloin . penne pasta

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Buffalo, 2017 Buffalo Undy Run/Walk (4/29): Run brave and knock out colon cancer! Dare to be bold at the Undy Run/Walk, a family and pet friendly underwear themed-5K that raises funds and awareness for colon cancer.

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Buffalo, A Taste for Life (5/11): A Taste for Life is a sensational evening to sample fabulous wines, craft beers and sweet treats while supporting groundbreaking research advancing lung cancer treatments and therapies.

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Buffalo, AIDS Walk Buffalo (5/6): Join hundreds of Western New Yorkers at Hoyt Lake in Delaware Park for the 25th annual AIDS Walk Buffalo benefiting Evergreen Health.

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Buffalo, Arbor Day Tree Tours (4/28 - 4/29): Wear comfortable shoes/boots as the walk takes place rain or shine. Meet in the Botanical Gardens parking lot. Please see website for additional information.

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Buffalo, Arbor Day Tree Tours (4/27): Celebrate Arbor Day by visiting trees in our outdoor collections while learning the basics of tree identification.

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Buffalo, As Found: Works by Richard Rockford (4/2 - 4/30): "My work celebrates things we see around here but seldom consider as an art material. I offer the public my discovery, creativity, and transformation via these sculptures and wall pieces.

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Buffalo, Bayside (5/10): Bayside are an American punk rock (and occasionally emo) band, formed in Queens, New York in the winter of 2000.

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Buffalo, Big Mean Sound Machine (5/12): In 2009, Big Mean Sound Machine formed in Ithaca, New York with one goal: to create music that stimulates both the Body AND Mind. The result has become a fiery exhibition of artfully conceived dance m

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Buffalo, Bleeker (5/2): Bleeker are steadily building a rock solid name for themselves in their native Canada. But despite an altered band name and a slightly revamped lineup, Bleeker's aesthetic and work ethic remain as stu

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Buffalo, Brian Premo (4/29): "Backed by his acoustic guitar, evocative song lyrics and vocals, the singer embodies passion for music."

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Buffalo, Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival (4/29 - 5/6): On the fringe of Delaware Park the cherry blossoms of the Japanese Gardens burst open with bright pink hues for this serene and breathtaking annual event.

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Buffalo, Cedar Green (5/8): We are a band from Pennsylvania. Due to Facebook's limited reach, we promote primarily through Twitter and Instagram. Our new EP was recorded by Taylor Larson & will be released on April 22

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Buffalo, Ces Cru (5/16): Ces Cru comes up with a new acronym for each of its releases. But after feeling held somewhat captive by the title of 2013’s Constant Energy Struggles, Ubiquitous and Godemis felt creatively liberated

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Buffalo, Chevron Bloom (5/2): Chevron Bloom is a 3-piece rock band (enter shoegaze, psych, alt) from Buffalo, NY. The band released their first EP in August 2016, available now on Spotify, Bandcamp, Amazon.

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Buffalo, City Under Siege (4/30): City Under Siege a Powerpop/rock band from Buffalo NY City Under Siege has worked hard at gaining a loyal fanbase throughout the region. This 2 man duo, John Wittlinger and Ryan Wiesner, put together

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Buffalo, Dave Alvin & the Guilty Ones (5/2): Dave Alvin, Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter and self-described "barroom guitarist," is widely considered to be one of the pivotal founders of the current Americana music scene. A fourth generat

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Buffalo, David Bromberg (5/13): He’s played with everyone, he’s toured everywhere, he can lead a raucous big band or hold an audience silent with a solo acoustic blues. Here’s the story of David Bromberg, or at least some of it . .

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Buffalo, David Byrne & the Ross Brothers Contemporary Color (5/2): return to the beautiful North Park Theatre with David Byrne's exuberant concert film Contemporary Color,

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Buffalo, Dirty Smile (4/29): Dirty Smile is a RocknRolla outfit from the heart of rust belt realness, Buffalo, NY. If there was ever a band named 'Fleetwood Zeppelin', they would have to change their name to 'Dirty Smile'. Armed

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Buffalo, Discover the Power of All-Girls Schools (4/27): Join us at Buffalo Seminary for guest speaker Olivia Haas, Director of Strategic Communications & Research at the National Coalition of Girls' Schools.

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Buffalo, Elephant and Piggie: We Are in A Play! (5/6 - 6/3): Opposites attract and that is no different for Elephant and Piggie. Gerald the elephant may be melancholy but Piggie’s perky personality helps balance it out.

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Buffalo, Everyone Orchestra (5/13): The Everyone Orchestra’s conductor, Matt Butler has been leading a rotating cast of accredited musicians through full-length shows that are entirely improvised, since 2001. In 2012, Butler gathered pa

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Buffalo, Fairy and Gnome Festival (5/6): What was that you saw darting between the palms? Celebrate spring with our mythical friends!

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Buffalo, First 100 Days of the Trump Administration Teach-in-Series (4/29): Garden Walk showcasing private gardens and landscaped public spaces surrounding UB South Campus.

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Buffalo, Free Kids Book Reading with Senator Tim Kennedy (4/28): Celebrate Family Friday of Week of the Young Child with Child Care Resource Network and Senator Tim Kennedy!

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Buffalo, Homeschool Program (4/28): Join the Museum's pilot home-school program, open for ages K-6 who are eager to listen and learn!

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Buffalo, Ian C. Bouras (4/29): He is one of the main songwriters, and the guitar player for NYC rock/reggae band AñaVañA.

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Buffalo, International Jazz Day Celebration at Flying Bison (4/30): April 30th is International Jazz Day - a day in which jazz is celebrated around the world with special concerts, festivals, and events.

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Buffalo, Jack Russells Great White (5/11): Jack Russell’s Great White represents the next phase of a legacy.

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Buffalo, Johnny A. (5/4): Lots of folks throw around the phrase “let the music do the talking,” but only a few have the fortitude to really do it – to just go out there and play, shunning flash, shrugging off image and reeling

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Buffalo, Knuckle Puck (5/2): After a series of EP’s spent honing their sound, Knuckle Puck approached the writing and recording of Copacetic (their debut full-length for Rise Records and one of Alternative Press’ Most Anticipated

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Buffalo, Leading Innovation in the Social Sector featuring Seth Godin (4/27): Here is how we go for good, together. Join leaders from the business, nonprofit and academic worlds for a day of no-excuses action, interaction and collaboration focused on social innovation and entre

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Buffalo, LinkedIn: Build Your Brand with Free Professional Profile Photos for Students (4/28): Build your brand. Explore your career options. Get hired! Did you know you can do it all on LinkedIn?

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Buffalo, Lives Matter Narcan Training (5/9): In Erie County the opiate epidemic is taking 1.5 lives a day. Good Shepherd Community of Faith, 187 Southside Parkway, Buffalo NY, 14220 is once again responding to the opioid epidemic in WNY.

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Buffalo, Mike Watt (5/8): I am the son of sailor. I started playing w/d. boon as a boy and we later had a band called the minutemen. since then the bass has taken me to some very interesting places and I'm trying to learn all

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Buffalo, Mona (5/6): "Upon leaving the Midwest for Nashville, MONA quickly captured the attention of audiences and critics with driving, post-indie rock delivered with a rebellious energy. Looking back, singer and songwri

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Buffalo, Mrs Warrens Profession : Can Shaw still shock you? We think so. Kitty Warren has worked hard to provide for her daughter and now that Vivie is about to strike out on her own, her mother decides it’s time for her feminist daug

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Buffalo, Party Thieves (4/29): A solo artist from New York, Party Thieves, has swiftly made his presence known in the EDM community producing massive remixes and originals that have garnered support from artists such as RL Grime, S

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Buffalo, Primal Static (5/14): Imagine a top tier conservatory-trained pianist from one of the world’s oldest eastern cultures meets a self-taught American musical wild child and they form a band –that’s Primal Static. The duo has

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Buffalo, Professor Louie and The Crowmatix (5/7): Professor Louie & The Crowmatix began as the studio backing band for Aaron “Professor Louie’s” musical productions for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, The Band. Rick Danko christened him Pro

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Buffalo, Queen City Roller Girls: Suicidal Saucies vs Alley Kats (4/28): It’s about to get real spicy at Riverworks. Join your Queen City Roller Girls at 7PM on Friday, April 28 as the Suicidal Saucies and the Alley Kats battle it out in the last home-team game of the regu

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Buffalo, Reggie And The Full Effect (5/10): Reggie and the Full Effect combine infectious melodies, sappy love songs, good-natured yet offbeat slyness, and comic sensibility like virtually no other "band" before them.

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Buffalo, Rescue Dawn (5/8): Rescue Dawn was created in early 2013 by four incredibly different but some what respectively familar music perspectives with each member contributing a special aspect to the bands aggressive yet smoo

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Buffalo, Restorative Justice RJ Day at UB (4/27): Restorative Justice (n.). An approach to justice focused on the needs of the victims, offenders, and involved community.

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Buffalo, Rev. Peytons Big Damn Band - Tralf Music Hall- Buffalo, NY (5/2): playing country blues, fishing, eating good food, anything

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Buffalo, Rookie of the Year (4/30): Billboard Heatseeker and Top 10 New Rock Artist Rookie of the Year consists of Ryan Dunson, Tyler Bradford Wright, Jeff Nations, Cam Gillette and Josh Palkin. New record arrives in #2017 after five ye

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Buffalo, Root Shock (4/28): Root SHOCK was formed in Winter of 2012 with veteran musicians whose love of reggae music flows deep. Blending roots reggae, dancehall, heavy drum & bass and soulful vocals with conscious lyrics into

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Buffalo, Samantha Crain (5/12): You Had Me at Goodbye, the fifth full length studio album from Samantha Crain, finds the literary tendencies of her songwriting allowing room for a wink and a nod. This wildly original album stands as

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Buffalo, Say Anything (5/10): Say Anything has been making odd, unclassifiable indie rock music since they were 14 or 15 years old, playing strangely literate and loud rock, characterized by what one might imagine if Larry David f

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Buffalo, Shooter Jennings (4/29): Waylon Albright "Shooter" Jennings was born on the 19th of May 1979, the only child of country icons Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter. He is known for being one of the few modern performers of outlaw

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Buffalo, The Dirty Pennies (4/29): The Dirty Pennies was born in December of 2012 and have been creating some heavy blues music ever since.

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Buffalo, The Legendary Shack Shakers (5/11): Described by guitar legend Jeff Beck as “a cross between the Yardbirds and the Sex Pistols”, Legendary Shack Shakers has obviously earned quite a name for itself. The band’s hell-for-leather roadshow

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Buffalo, The Milestones (5/2): Oh my GOD how time flies! It feels just like yesterday when these five rock'n roll rebels to be known as THE MILESTONES took their native home town Helsinki by force with their timeless and soulful ro

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Buffalo, The Music of Prince (4/28): Another fantastic tribute show by Brent Havens and the Windborne Music team!

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Buffalo, The Platters (5/2): The Platters that you see on this channel, in live performances around the globe, and hear on a 2015 new recording titled, Back to Basics The Platters LIVE!

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Buffalo, The Ragbirds (4/27): Led by dynamic, energetic front woman and multi-instrumentalist Erin Zindle, The Ragbirds utilize an arsenal of instruments from around the world. The Ragbirds are a fusion of folk rock and pop hooks

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Buffalo, The Sofa Kingz (5/3): The Sofa Kingz is a energetic variety trio based out of Houston,Tx. Our song list is designed to satisfy everyones taste whether it be rock, country, rap, asian funk, we've got you covered. We have th

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Buffalo, Thirty Silver (4/27): Formed in 2014, Boston’s Thirty Silver combines thundering drums, scorching, sludgy guitars, and a primal howl to create their own brand of punk and metal-infused rock n’ roll.

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Buffalo, Topsoil Social (4/27): Join our spring fundraiser as we celebrate our innovative Green Shoots for New Americans program!

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Buffalo, Ugly Sun (5/5): With the July 2016 release of their debut EP, Ugly Sun from Buffalo, NY has bridged the gap between garage rock and emotive indie. The trio's name succinctly explains the bands general beliefs in rock

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Burdett, 8th Annual Kentucky Derby Party (5/6): Throw on your derby day attire and join us for our 8th Annual Kentucky Derby Party here at Finger Lakes Distilling on Saturday, May 6th from 5 to 8 pm.

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Burdett, Getting To Know Orange Wine (4/30): The winemaking process is the same as for red wine. It has nothing to do with citrus fruit. This method imparts a bright amber glow to the juice hence the moniker "Orange" wine.

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Burt, Paint Class ~ Down at the Waterside (5/2): This will be a fun, stress free night of painting, socializing, and yes drinking. ? Be prepared to meet the artist within you!

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Canandaigua, Brothers McClurg (5/5): From a legacy that now spans three generations of music and ministry comes the band Brothers McClurg. Up till now this 6 piece band of worshippers has been known throughout the Western New York region

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Canastota, 16th Annual Spring Migration Festival (5/6 - 5/7): 16th Annual Spring Migration Festival May 6 & 7 from 10 am – 4 pm at the Great Swamp Conservancy, Inc., 8375 N. Main St., Canastota. Guided bird walks, tractor/wagon rides to the Overlook, horse rides

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Carmel, Sybil Ludington 50km Run (4/29): Taconic Road Runners Club presents the 39th Annual Sybil Ludington Historical Run. Sybil is a NY Ultra Running Grand Prix Event. Water, energy drink and assorted snacks will be provided at nine locati

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Chappaqua, Dine to Donate: Sparkle for a Cause for The YMCA (5/16): Dine Under the Stars at Beautiful Crabtree’s Kittle House and Help The YMCA!

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Cheektowaga, A Night of Hope for Parkinsons (4/28): Join us for an evening of wine,craft beer,great food,desserts,basket auction, silent auction and much more.

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Collins, 4th Annual Mothers Day Craft Fair (5/6): Award Mom for her thoughtfulness throughout your life, buy her something different, something crafted by locals to the town of Collins. Soup & Sandwich lunch served.

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Commack, Ascent Golf and Tennis Classic2017 (5/15): Come join us for a day of golf or tennis, supporting a great cause! Golf begins at noon with a shot gun start, and the tennis play at 1pm.

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Congers, United Hospice of Rocklands Walk to Remember (4/30): This walk is held in conjunction with the Rockland Road Runners' George Wodicka Hook 1/2 and 5K Runs, the proceeds of which supports United Hospice of Rockland (UHR).

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Cooperstown, Celebrate Mom! Garden Party at Hyde Hall (5/13): Give Mom first looks at the new Dining Room marbleized walls and treat her to tea and sweets in the Drawing Room of our 200-year old English-style country mansion.

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Cornwall, 18th Annual Golf Tournament (5/1): 18th Annual Golf Tournament sponsored by The Greater Cornwall Chamber of Commerce.

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Deansboro, Daniel Barden Mudfest 5 Mile, 5k & Kids Mud Run (4/29): The Mudfest is named after Daniel Barden, was one of the first graders killed in Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. He will always be remembered for his kind spirit, generosity and friendship.

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Deposit, Deposit Chamber 5K Run April 29 2017 (4/29): See depositchamber.com for information and application

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Dix Hills, Alecs Run XIII (4/29): As Alec’s parents and founders of his charitable corporation, we have heard from quite a few people who are interested in Alec’s Run and wanted to know more information both about the run

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East Amherst, Shape Up for Summer! (5/1): The challenge starts on Monday, May 1, 2017 and lasts 31 days. In 31 days, your goal will be to attend as many classes as you can!

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East Aurora, Moving Miracles Dance 19th Annual Performance Red Carpet Premiere! (5/7): Moving Miracles 19th Annual Performance "Red Carpet Premiere!" features over 150 differently-abled dancers who will showcase their talents at both a 12pm and 4pm performance.

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East Aurora, Off To The Races Kentucky Derby Party (5/6): Crossroads Springs Africa, a non-profit organization located in East Aurora, NY will be hosting its annual fundraising gala at the Main House in Knox Farm State Park from 4:30pm to 9:00pm on Saturday,

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East Meredith, Hanford Mills - Opening Day (5/17): Nestled in the northwestern Catskills, Hanford Mills Museum features an authentic water-and steam-powered sawmill, gristmill and woodworking shop.

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Ellenville, Tulip Festival & Mother’s Day Celebration (5/14): Known for its spectacular collection of vendors, entertainment throughout the day, and highly anticipated Mother’s Day lunch buffet with live piano music.

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Fairport, New Wine Release Party (5/7): New Wine Release Party on May 7, 2017 at Casa Larga Vineyards

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Fayetteville, Little Moe 5K Walk/Run (5/13): A family-friendly, pet-friendly walk/run along the beautiful trails at Green Lakes State Park. We organized this walk/run to raise awareness about horse rescue, and to celebrate our love of Little Mo

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Flushing, Jumpin Jamie (4/27): Jumpin' Jamie plays "kindie rock" for all ages! He has played everything from birthday parties for a crowd of 12, to a stadium for a crowd of 12,000 and everything in between including Citi Field (NYC

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Garden City, Kristen Graves (5/5): Kristen Graves is a singer/songwriter and humanitarian from Fairfield, Connecticut who was recently listed as part of the “new generation of folk music” in the New York Times. With catchy songs, a pen

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Gardiner, Rock The Ridge (5/6): Rock The Ridge is a 50-mile endurance challenge. The goal is to traverse a 50-mile course within 24 hours by walking, running, or any combination thereof.

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Geneva, 10th Anniversary Vertical Tasting Series featuring Dry Riesling – The Evolution of Billsboro Winery (5/13): Join us as we celebrate Billsboro’s 10th anniversary with an in depth look and tasting of every vintage of Dry Riesling from 2006 – 2015.

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Glens Falls, Lorna Bieber: Forces of Nature (1/21 - 5/14): Lorna Bieber’s photo murals and montages look like snatches of memories and elusive recollections of familiar images.

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Grand Island, Spring Open House - Fantastic 4s (5/1): Applications for 2017-2018 will be accepted during the Open House. Please bring the completed application form and the application fee.

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Hamburg, DIY Leash & Treat Holder (5/2): Looking for the perfect gift for Spike, Buddy, or Daisy? This craft project to sure to spoil your four-legged friend!

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Hamburg, Happiness for Your Health Spring Expo (4/29): The Happiness for Your Health Spring Expo - "Happiness without a prescription" is coming to Hamburg Fairgrounds April 29 from 11am-6pm.

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Hamilton, Rogue One - Free - 40th Anniversary Star Wars Celebration! (5/2): A Star Wars Celebration begins at the Hamilton Movie Theater May 2nd at 7 PM. Special thank you to Joe Eakin.

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Hammondsport, Spring Barrel Tasting (5/13): Wine Club Exclusive Event! Meet the Winemaker! Barrel tasting event for Wine Club Members & 1 guest.

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Hastings On Hudson, Ageno Foundation Gala 2017 (5/13): Annual Gala Fundraiser to support Ageno's Life Changing Programs.

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Hector, Black Mountain Symphony (4/29): "Many CD's will claim to defy a specific genre label, but Black Mountain Symphony's redefines eclectic here. The music combines synthesized rock grooves with classic jazz rhythms and you don't have to

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Hector, Radio London (4/28): Join us for the happiest happier hour ever. Every Friday from 5:30 until 8:30 at Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Oasis. Great Wines! Great Times! Savory foods from local vendors.

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Hempstead, New York Lizards vs. Denver Outlaws (4/29): Come on down and bring your family, friends or even corporate clients, to the most exciting sporting event in the world - Major League Lacrosse!

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Highland, I Love My Park Day (5/6): Volunteer at the Walkway, and show your love for parks! Visit Walkway.org for more information.

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Hilton, 5K for FA (5/6): Hilton, NY just outside Rochester: The well-marked 5K for FA course is set on a beautifully maintained cross country trail, winding through both open and wooded areas of the Parma Town Park in Hilton,

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Himrod, Modern Mothers Day Getaway (5/13): Is your Mother Chic, Trendy, and Fashionable? Maybe you are looking for something fun and exciting to celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day?

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Horseheads, Little League Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser (5/2): Bring your family to eat while helping out the Elmira Little League with the upcoming 2017 season.

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Hunter, TAP New York at Hunter Mountain (4/29 - 4/30): TAP New York is the perfect place to choose your new favorite beverage. Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, and has grown into the largest craft beer and food event in New York State.

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Huntington, Chronixx (4/30): Jamaican musician Chronixx has ignited a torch in people's hearts the world over and is confidently lighting the path for an entire generation of youths to rediscover roots and culture.

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Huntington, Ded (5/9): If you're not pissed off, then you're not paying attention. Heavy music is alive and DED is bringing back the aggressive spirit that is authentic to the genre. "There is an honesty and a "fuck you" ab

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Huntington, Emarosa (5/7): Emarosa (formed in 2006) is an American post-hardcore band that combines the vocal sensibilities of R&B with alternative rock, hailing from Lexington, Kentucky, U.S.

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Huntington, Huntington Tulip Festival (5/7): The event is held from 11 AM - 4 PM on the first Sunday in May, rain or shine, although outdoor activities at the Festival can potentially be suspended for lightning.

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Huntington, Pierce the Veil (5/7): Since 2006, Pierce The Veil unassumingly, yet consistently have climbed their way into the hearts of millions worldwide via an unshakable devotion to making honest and hypnotic hard rock. The San Dieg

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Huntington, Sum 41 (5/7): Multiplatinum rock outfit Sum 41 wrapped its final tour supporting 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder in April 2013. It was one of the band’s longest and most attended touring cycles in its 20 year career

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Hyde Park, CUL-DE-SAC (4/29 - 5/14): Don't miss this brilliant new dark comedy by John Cariani, the Tony-nominated Broadway actor (Fiddler on the Roof, Something Rotten!)

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Islip, Historical Society of Islip Hamlets 5th Garden Walk - Secret Gardens of Islip (7/15): Enjoy a beautiful summer day as friends of the society open their gates for guests to stroll through and enjoy these unique gardens.

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Ithaca, Animal Encounters: Feeding Series (4/1 - 5/27): Foxes and turtles and lizards. Oh my! Discover all of the Amazing Animal Ambassadors that call the Cayuga Nature Center home every Saturday at noon! Our Animal Care staff will be on hand to answer all

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Ithaca, Cayuga Heights Elementary School (CHES) 5K (5/6): The Cayuga Heights Elementary School (CHES) PTA is pleased to announce that it is holding a fundraising 5K run/walk. his race is open to anyone who would like to race through the beautiful streets of

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Ithaca, Community Day at PRI (5/6): Enjoy free admission to both the Museum of the Earth and Cayuga Nature Center.

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Ithaca, FIRST Tuesday Ithaca Farmers Market in Dewitt Park! (5/2): Please join us for the first 2017 Tuesday farmers market in Dewitte Park.

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Ithaca, Lee Scratch Perry (5/13): "I’m an artist, a musician, a magician, a writer, a singer; I’m everything. My name is Lee from the African jungle, originally from West Africa. I’m a man from somewhere else, but my origin is from Af

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Ithaca, Meat Puppets (5/9): Meat Puppets (formed in 1980) is an American punk, country and psychedelic rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, in the U.S.

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Ithaca, PRIs Epoch Online Auction (5/9 - 5/18): Enjoy spa days and family getaways, wines and dines, fine art and more...all for a great cause! Our online auction runs May 9th through May 18th, 2017! Visit www.priweb.org/epochauction to bid toda

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Ithaca, Stephen Kellogg (5/11): I’m thirty-six years old. I say that I’m from Northampton, MA because that’s where I got my start, though now I live in Southern Connecticut. I’ve spent the better part of the last ten years on the ro

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Ithaca, Whitehorse (5/18): Glam and sleaze, desert grit and subway rats, scum-bags and fakers, hot messes and cold shoulders: welcome to the world of Whitehorse, a rock n' roll duo from Toronto.

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Jamaica, The Hilltopper Nation 5K Run/Walk (4/29): Come support the students of The Mary Louis Academy by running or walking in the 3rd Annual Hilltopper Nation 5K. Music and a great breakfast of French toast and fresh fruit follow the race.

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Lackawanna, Nickel City Wrestling Presents April Mayhem (4/29): Nickel City Wrestling presents April Mayhem Live Saturday April 29th from the Matthew Glab Post located at 1965 Abbott rd. Doors open At 5:30 & Bell Time is 6PM.

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Lagrangeville, Happy 2 Year Anniversary (5/1): We were born May 1st, 2015 with a vision to pave on new path for the history of exercise and introduce personalized workouts backed by science!

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Lake Ronkonkoma, Sachem North 5K (4/30): Sachem North Senior Class & Leadership is sponsoring a Fun Run/5K Race. Proceeds will go to Sachem North clubs, scholarships and the Stony Brook Children's Hospital.

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Lockport, Virtual A Train Load of Trouble Book Release (5/1 - 5/2): Molly and Max are brother and sister, and they both certainly love trains.

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Lyons, Wayne County Spring Shopping Fling (5/12 - 5/14): There are (17) participants. Visit the website for participant names and addresses.

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Malone, Color Your Hyde 5K Run/Walk (5/6): The University of Vermont Health Network - Alice Hyde Medical Center is hosting Color Your Hyde, our third annual 5K Run/Walk! This fun color run/walk is a no-pressure event designed

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Mamaroneck, Billy Porter (5/5): A Tony® and GRAMMY® Award-winner, Billy Porter is a singer, composer, actor, playwright and director.

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Mamaroneck, Seussical (4/29): “Oh the thinks you can think” when Dr. Seuss’s best-loved stories collide and cavort in an unforgettable musical caper!

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Mechanicville, Sashas Run Along the Hudson (4/29): Welcome to the inaugural Sasha’s Run Along the Hudson. This event was organized by the parents of Sasha Hudson White, a beautiful baby boy, who only lived for 24 days before suddenly passing away

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Mexico, Derby Hill Bird Observatory Bird Festival (5/13): Live birds of prey demonstrations, birding and nature walks, as well as barbecue and kids’ activities.

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Monroe, Music & Arts Store Grand Opening (5/6): Join us for family fun as Music & Arts celebrates its new store opening and its 65th year in business! We’ll have prizes, giveaways, food, a caricature artist, event only specials, tons of free family

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Nanuet, 4th Annual Nanuet Street Fair (6/4): Best Street Fair in the County! Rides for the kids, old fashioned family games, great food, beer and wine garden, over 200 booths with jewelry, clothing, arts & crafts and so much more. Live entertain

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New Windsor, 3rd Annual Chocolate 5K Run (4/30): Our scenic course takes you through the picturesque roads of New Windsor and Cornwall, NY with the addition of a small cross country trail segment (Very Unique for a 5K Race!). Our amenity filled even

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New York, “Highlights in Jazz” Centennial of Joe Bushkin (5/4): Featuring: Harry Allen, Eric Comstock, Wycliffe Gordon, Steve Johns, Nicki Parrott, John Colianni, Ted Rosenthal, Warren Vache, Spike Wilner, and more.

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New York, 2/3 Goat (5/9): 2/3 Goat (pronounced: Two Thirds Goat) ?is a champion of metrobilly music in New York City. Their album Stream of Conscience and their music video of the title track have gained them recognition & fea

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New York, 2016 Wynn Newhouse Awards (4/21 - 6/1): The exhibition that was created to draw attention to the achievements of artists of excellence who have disabilities.

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New York, 2017 Hastings-on-Hudson Spring Flea Market (4/9 - 11/12): The event will feature antique and vintage furniture, crafts, collectibles, jewelry, comics, posters, food, community, music and much more.

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New York, 2017 Pre-Audition Workshop (5/3): Martha Graham Dance Company will hold a Pre-Audition Workshop, May 3-5, and Auditions, May 6-7, 2017.

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New York, 2017 Springtime in Canandaigua (4/30 - 5/2): Imagine a place where regionally renowned painters, sculptors, and glass blowers come together to share their latest creations.

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New York, 7th Annual Gala: I Believe (5/2): Located at the beautiful Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, this will be an evening of dinner, drinks, and dancing you won't want to miss!

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New York, A Journey Through Native Wines Of South Italy - Wine Class (5/8): Discover the nuanced flavors of native grapes that have been growing in the same soil for thousands of years in Southern Italy.

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New York, A Lot Like Birds (5/12): Emotional. Chaotic. Haunting. Intense...Now entering the grim anti-fairytale of No Place, the latest full- length album from Sacramento’s A Lot Like Birds.

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New York, A Night In The Old Marketplace (5/4 - 5/6): The iconoclastic post-modern musical oratorio, “A Night at the Old Marketplace,” returns to NY for the premiere of an enhanced full-length version fusing music, projections and storytelling.

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New York, A Year with Children 2017 (4/28 - 6/4): This exhibition features artwork created by students participating in Learning Through Art (LTA), the Guggenheim’s artist-in-residence program in New York City public elementary schools.

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New York, Ab-Soul (5/3): Ab-Soul, aka Herbert Anthony Stevens IV, is an American hip hop artist born in Carson, California, America 1987. Personally, I think he should have kept his real name as his rapper name too...

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New York, Adrian Belew Power Trio (5/9): Adrian Belew is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer and guitar guru. Belew has released 20 critically acclaimed solo records and was the frontman, singer, co-writer and guitarist for

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New York, Alexander String Quartet (5/3 - 5/5): Now in its 30th year, the world renowned group returns to BPAC for two residencies in the fall and in the spring.

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New York, American Ballet Theatre: Whipped Cream by Alexei Ratmansk (4/30 - 5/1): Sunday and Monday, April 30 and May 1, 2017 at 7:30pm, Works & Process at the Guggenheim presents performance highlights and discussion on American Ballet Theatre’s newest production.

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New York, American Cancer Societys Annual Taste of Hope (5/9): We are thrilled to announce that plans are well underway for the American Cancer Society’s Taste of Hope, taking place on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at Metropolitan Pavilion.

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New York, Andrew Rayel (5/12): He's the modern-day Mozart -- today's leading talent in the ever-growing electronic dance music scene. He's the pride of Moldova, known for his unique and very own sound. He is Andrei Rata, better kno

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New York, Arianna Neikrug (5/4): Arianna Neikrug, winner of the 2015 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition (the "Sassy" Awards), is a Miami-based jazz/pop/R&B vocalist originally from Los Angeles. In May 2015, she gradua

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New York, BCAGlobal 2017 13th Annual Global Food & Wine Experience (5/5): BCBCAGlobal’s 13th Annual Global Food & Wine Experience will take place on Friday, May 5th, 2017 at Guastavino's, 409 East 59th Street in New York, NY from 7 PM to 10:30 PM.

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New York, BeerProv (5/2): A rotating cast of comedians instantly create hilarious, unscripted sketches from audience suggestions and are eliminated one by one until only the winner remains and is awarded the coveted BeerProv M

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New York, Bill Scorzari (4/29): New York native, Bill Scorzari, is set to independently release his sophomore album, Through These Waves, on March 10, 2017. Produced by Jonah Tolchin (Yep Roc) and engineered, mixed, and mastered by

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New York, Billy Galewood (5/4): Billy Galewood - known to many as Bushwalla - recently took the Louie CK approach to song writing and has retired every song he ever written under the name Bushwalla.

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New York, Black Lips (5/5): Atlanta's beloved sons the Black Lips(Jared,Ian,Cole, and Joe) entered last year through a screaming cloud of sweat, smoke, blood, and beer mist. After a spring and summer of exciting audiences across

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New York, Blake Morgan (5/10): Fighting to realize a dream is in Blake Morgan’s DNA. He seemingly had it all—a multi-album, major-label deal with a music legend in his native New York City. But uniquely, Morgan had the foresight to

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New York, Bonobo (4/27): Simon Green aka Bonobo is back with his sixth album – the masterful, magisterial “Migration” – is a record which cements his place in the very highest echelons of electronic music and beyond. By turns

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New York, Brianna Thomas (4/29): Brianna’s singing is deeply enriched by an understanding of the masterful voices of jazz past. Beyond a healthy serving of sass, Sarah Vaughn’s influence contributes to Brianna’s style the artistic sa

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New York, Bunny Buxomm (5/3): Known as the Beauty and the Beast of Burlesque, Bunny Buxom is a New York based burlesque performer and producer. Upon graduating from the New York School of Burlesque in 2011, Bunny has taken every s

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New York, Cagney The Musical (3/3 - 5/28): CAGNEY is the dramatic new musical that follows the life of the legendary James Cagney from the streets of New York to his rise as one of the brightest stars of Hollywood

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New York, Caravela (5/5): Caravela is an indie rock band consisting of brothers Frank and Stephen Graniero from Yorktown Heights, New York. Their debut release “Caravela Forever” dropped in March of 2015, produced with Gregory

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New York, Carmen Rodgers (5/6): After releasing the sweet-sounding album Free five years ago, Carmen Rodgers, the lyrical psychologist who turns happiness and heartache into melody, is back and better than ever. The sound? Beautiful

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New York, Central Park - New York City World Tai Chi Day (4/29): The last Saturday in April, we celebrate the World Tai Chi Day in Central Park, New York every year.

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New York, Charlie Parr (5/3): An easily confused and very shy individual, Charlie Parr has been traveling around singing his songs ever since leaving Austin Minnesota in the 1980's in search of Spider John Koerner, whom he found a

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New York, Chiara Izzi (5/7): Chiara Izzi’s musical path began in her adolescence by learning to play the piano and starting to perform very early. By the age of 17 she had already performed in concerts in Italy and abroad with so

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New York, Chris Potter (5/7): A world-class soloist, accomplished composer and formidable bandleader, saxophonist Chris Potter has emerged as a leading light of his generation. Down Beat called him "One of the most studied (and co

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New York, Chris Trapper (5/11): CHRIS TRAPPER began his career as the front man for late-90’s alternative rock band THE PUSH STARS (Capitol Records). With four CD releases and several high profile national tours -- including a run w

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New York, Cool Company (5/5): Cool Company is an East-Coast pop/hip hop duo formed in 2012, composed of members Cool Yan (vocals) and Fat Matt (production). With influences that range from Stevie to Outkast, they are known for the

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New York, Courtney Marie Andrews (5/8): At just 16 years old, Courtney Marie Andrews left home in Arizona for her first tour. She traveled up and down the West Coast, busking and playing any bars or cafés that would have her. Soon after, sh

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New York, Craig David (5/10): Craig David is a singer and songwriter hailing from Southampton, Hampshire, England who was born on May 5th, 1981. Since his debut in 1999 he has released five albums and become one of the most succes

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New York, Curtis Stigers (5/9): The genre-hopping singer/songwriter/saxophonist celebrates the 50th anniversary of Sinatra at the Sands with the Danish Radio Big Band on new live recording One More for the Road.

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New York, Darioush Wine Dinner (5/2): Darioush Wine Dinner at Strip House Midtown Join us at Strip House Midtown for a five course dinner featuring a specially curated menu and fine Darioush wines.

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New York, David Gravell (5/12): It is said that electronic music is on the verge of a major shift. That the most exceptional of talents are lining up to earn their spot, trying their hardest to make a difference. David Gravell is on

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New York, Deaf Rhino (5/6): New Jersey Rock and Roll. Opening/Supported: Deftones, Refused, Nick Oliveri and Mondo Generator, He Is Legend, Through Fire, John Austin (Hinder), No Devotion, Night Riots, Must Be the Holy Ghost, Ni

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New York, Dee Dee Bridgewater (5/6): DEE DEE CAPTURED THE HEARTS of audiences worldwide in The Wiz with her signature song, If You Believe. According to Nick Ashford of Ashford and Simpson, Dee Dee’s rendition "personified a generation a

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New York, Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book (1/20 - 5/14): Delirium: The Art of the Symbolist Book explores creative encounters between Symbolist authors and the artists in their circles.

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New York, Der Fliegende Holländer (4/25 - 5/12): New Met star Michael Volle sings the title role of the ghostly sailor damned to wander the seas in search of the love that will set him free, under the baton of the exciting Yannick Nézet-Séguin.

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New York, Diana Ross (4/24 - 4/29): See living legend Diana Ross perform songs spanning her entire career in an historic five-night engagement at City Center.

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New York, Dianne Reeves (5/6): Reeves was featured in George Clooney’s six-time Academy Award nominated “Good Night, and Good Luck,” which chronicles Edward R. Murrow’s ongoing confrontations with Senator Joseph McCarthy. The sound

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New York, DJ Abilities (5/5): Billy Freekin Dee. In the beginning… there were turntables on a hardwood floor. DJ'ing for the first six months was done on the ground with a case of beer. Eventually he got a table and a mpc. Since t

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New York, Don Broco (5/11): Don Broco (formed in 2008) are an English alternative rock four-piece whose name has become synonymous with relentless touring and confidently boisterous live shows, hailing from Bedford, Bedfordshire

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New York, Dream Circle (5/7): Dream Circle is a electronic/world/hip-hop band formed in Brooklyn in 2011 by Katy Walker & Joel Mejia. The trio is made up of Katy Walker (lead vocals, keys, production), Nikkie Bliss (vocals) and Jo

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New York, Eagles of Death Metal (5/11): Just when you thought it was safe to take your ladyfriends out again, Eagles of Death Metal are perched and ready to swoop in. The band has already toured their mustaches off, but the road once more b

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New York, Emel Mathlouthi (5/6): Emel rose to prominence after her 2007 recording "Kelmti Horra (My Word Is Free)" became a viral anthem during the Arab Spring, earning her the title "voice of the Tunisian revolution" and eventually

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New York, Empire of the Sun (5/10): Empire of the Sun (formed in 2007) is an Australian electronic music duo, comprised of Luke Steele and Nick Littlemore from Sydney, Australia.

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New York, Empire of the Sun (5/9): Empire of the Sun (formed in 2007) is an Australian electronic music duo, comprised of Luke Steele and Nick Littlemore from Sydney, Australia.

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New York, Esperanza Spalding (5/6): Seven collaborative and five solo albums into her career at 31, Esperanza Spalding has always resolutely, intuitively, deftly expanded upon both her art and herself as a world-renowned genre- bending

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New York, Excerpt (1/26 - 7/2): For generations, artists have used text and books to challenge the purveyors of knowledge and to trouble the certainty of facts.

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New York, Exploratory Works (4/14 - 7/16): This exhibition brings to light for the first time an archive of images that illustrate the formation of our modern definition of nature.

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New York, Explore India - Celebrate The Spring Festival Of Colors (4/28): Come celebrate HOLI - The Festival Of Colors with Live Indian Music and More.

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New York, fashion after Fashion (4/27 - 8/6): In 2015, fashion trend forecaster Li Edelkoort declared “the end of Fashion as we know it,” and in her “manifesto for the next decade” provided “ten reasons why the fashion system is obsolete.”

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New York, Fenech-Soler (4/28): Fenech-Soler are a band from Kings Cliffe, Northamptonshire, England who formed in 2006. They are known for their eclectic mix of indie rock and electro pop and have released two studio albums and six

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New York, Garry Tallent (5/7): Since the early '80s, Tallent played with and produced other artists (including Gary US Bond's 1981 comeback album, Dedication), and when Springsteen decided to take a break from the E Street Band by

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New York, GENERATION STARTUP - An Exclusive Documentary Screening & Panel (5/8): GENERATION STARTUP - An Exclusive Documentary Screening & Panel Bloomberg L.P. With Andrew Yang (Founder, Venture for America), Labib Rahman (Product Mgr, IPC Systems), Kate Catlin (Founder, Flock),

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New York, Gilad Hekselman (5/3): Gilad Hekselman has been developing a reputation as one of the most promising guitarists in New York since his arrival in 2004. In only a few years this native Israeli has shared the stage with some o

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New York, Giulio Gallarotti (4/27): Giulio Gallarotti is a standup comedian and actor from Brooklyn, NY. Giulio was a recurring cast member on the show Totally Clueless on MTV and appeared on Girl Code as well. As a standup comedian he

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New York, Hari Kondabolu (5/5): Hari Kondabolu is a Brooklyn-based comedian who has performed on the Late Show with David Letterman, Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, John Oliver’s New York Standup Show, Russell Howard's Good News and has h

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New York, Henri Cartier-Bresson India in Full Frame (4/21 - 9/4): Displacement, political transformation, new nationalisms, the tension between urban and rural—India of the mid-twentieth century does not sound so distant from the world today.

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New York, Hillary Capps (4/28): Singer-Songwriter Hillary Capps combines thoughtful lyricism with clean, soaring vocals and catchy melodies - captivating audiences with her alluring alternative pop songs.

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New York, Holy Golden (5/1): Holy Golden is the band of Leslie Schott and Andrew Valenti. Based in Detroit, and currently recording from a ballroom in Newport, Rhode Island.

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New York, Home, Memory, and Future _ Closing Day (4/29): Join us in celebrating the final day of our inaugural firehouse exhibition, HOME, MEMORY, AND FUTURE.

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New York, Hotel Garuda (5/5): Hotel Garuda, composed of DJ/producer duo Manila Killa & Candleweather, have epitomized the DIY culture of modern dance music. Scaling the online tastemaker world with an array of remixes and remakes,

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New York, How to Be Human Tour (5/7): QUEENS, NY | The Classic Crime album release tour for "How to Be Human" with Matt and Toby and CIVILIAN VIP Tickets include: GA Ticket, Early Entry, Signed VIP Pass Keepsake Laminate, Photo w/band, Me

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New York, I’m Nobody! Who are you? The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson (1/20 - 5/21): One of the most popular and enigmatic American writers of the nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson (1830–1886) wrote almost 1,800 poems.

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New York, Immortal Chi: A Warriors Quest for Balance (5/5 - 5/6): A spectacular new fusion of Chinese martial arts and jaw-dropping acrobatics, accompanied by an all-female percussion ensemble.

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New York, Infected Mushroom (5/6): Electronic dance music legends Infected Mushroom are best known for their sonic innovations and pioneering of the Psychedelic Trance genre. Twice ranked amongst the world’s "10 Best DJ’s" by DJ Magazi

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New York, inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd (8/25 - 7/25): inHarlem: Rudy Shepherd will bring to Jackie Robinson Park the most recent of the artist’s series of sculptures created to dispel people’s feelings of racial prejudice, violence or ordinary disdain.

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New York, Irving Penn Centennial (4/24 - 7/30): The most comprehensive retrospective to date of the work of the great American photographer Irving Penn (1917–2009), this exhibition will mark the centennial of the artist's birth.

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New York, Jamie deRoy (5/7): A gifted singer/comedienne, Jamie has appeared as Joan Rivers' opening act, and headlined at major clubs in New York, Los Angeles, Atlantic City and Lake Tahoe. Since 1990, Jamie has hosted and produc

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New York, Jerry Douglas (5/4): Internationally recognized as the world's most renowned Dobro player, Jerry Douglas undoubtedly ranks amongst the top contemporary maestros in American music. Douglas has garnered thirteen GRAMMY® Awa

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New York, Jimmy Greene Quartet (4/27): Saxophonist, composer, recording artist, and educator Jimmy Greene has emerged as a positive young presence in the creative music world. His solo recordings, Live at Smalls (smallLive), Mission Statem

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New York, Jimmy Kenny and the Pirate Beach Band (4/29): Professional, talented and experienced in fun! Our musicians have over 20 years of live playing experience. We pride ourselves in bringing the most authentic listening experience possible. You work on

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New York, JoAnne Artman Gallery Presenting works by America Martin & John Crash Matos (5/3 - 5/7): JoAnne Artman Gallery at CONTEXT, New York Pier 94 | 55th St. and West Side Highway New York City Wednesday, May 3rd – Sunday, May 7th, 2017.

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New York, John Schmitt (4/28): John Schmitt supporting Matt Simons in Netherlands, Belgium, and Amsterdam in October. Listen to his new music here!

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New York, Jose Feliciano (5/1): Puerto Rican singer and virtuoso guitarist José Feliciano (born September 10th, 1945), overcame congenital glaucoma which left him permanently blind at birth, to become one of the most popular Latin a

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New York, Joseph Alton Miller (5/3): For years, Joseph Alton Miller has embraced the life of a wayfarer.

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New York, Kate Chaston (4/28): With a voice as soothing as a hot toddy on a cold winter's night, the mellifluous tones of Kate Chaston have long been stoking the embers in New Yorkers’ hearts. The Canadian/American performer has t

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New York, Kate Mills (5/9): Kate, who has been performing in front of audiences since she was 9, is no stranger to the stage. As a pre-teen, her voice carried her to multiple musical theater opportunities from performances with

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New York, Klas Torstensson (4/27): Sweden’s Ensemble SON teams up with Miller favorites Either/Or to introduce to New Yorkers the Swedish-born, Netherlands-based composer Klas Torstensson.

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New York, Knox Hamilton (4/28): Fueled by the similar staples within their collective musical taste, the members of Knox Hamilton blend laid back guitar riffs and catchy bass lines with rhythmic drum beats and soaring vocals to prod

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New York, Knuckle Puck (5/9): After a series of EP’s spent honing their sound, Knuckle Puck approached the writing and recording of Copacetic (their debut full-length for Rise Records and one of Alternative Press’ Most Anticipated

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New York, Lexi Scherr (5/9): Lexi's expressive arrangements – built on strings, piano, percussion, and guitar – serve as a canvas on which her voice swells from smooth to soulful. Her vocal performances draw comparison to Sara Ba

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New York, Life of Agony (4/28): Life of Agony is a hard rock/metal crossover band from Brooklyn, NY. Best known for their debut album "River Runs Red", LOA has shared stages with the biggest names in rock for over two decades, inclu

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New York, Lil Miss Lixx (5/6): Lil Miss Lixx innocently wandered off a playground in Baltimore Maryland into the whirlwind of New York City. Immediately, she became enthralled in the wonderful world of burlesque. A classically trai

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New York, MAD HOT Swing n Ballroom Party - every 2nd Friday (5/12): WHERE THOSE WHO LOVE TO DANCE COME TO PARTY! Looking forward to seeing you there…. 2 Dance Rooms: Mixed Ballroom/Latin & Swing 8:00 pm: 1-hour Intro Lesson 9:00 pm: Ballroom and Swing dancing

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New York, Manatee Commune (5/9): Manatee Commune, a.k.a. Grant Eadie, began in the misty trees Bellingham, Washington. Combining textures of the rainy woods and the windy seas of the Pacific Northwest with the calming mood of clean s

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New York, MasterVoices presents Babes in Toyland (4/27): MasterVoices (formerly The Collegiate Chorale), closes its 75th anniversary season with Victor Herbert's Babes in Toyland on April 27, 2017 at 7pm.

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New York, Mastodon (5/11): Art is a cyclical beast. The same can easily be said of Grammy Award nominated hard rock juggernaut Mastodon. The group’s four members recognize the importance of life’s omnipresent cycles on their si

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New York, May Day 2: Punk Rock All Stars ft. Phil Marcade & many more (5/2): feat. Phil Marcade (of The Senders) with The Rousers & Friends+ Lenny Kaye, The Waldos feat.

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New York, Mayday Parade (5/9): Ten years ago, a group of friends from Tallahassee, FL formed a band and traveled the country, selling their CD to anyone that would listen in parking lots at Vans Warped Tour. Building a following fr

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New York, Megan Davies (4/30): Megan Davies is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter originally from Harrisburg, PA. She graduated from Belmont University where she studied song-writing and classical guitar. During the summer of 2013

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New York, Memoir Writing in The Age of Trump: The Art of Radical Truth-Telling (3/27 - 5/1): The art of memoir breaks the veil of polite half-truths we are normally encouraged to tell about our lives. In this workshop, we will use emotion, sensory details, critical thinking, and imagination

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New York, New Myths (5/5): Blending electronic elements with fuzzy guitars and haunting vocal harmonies, NEW MYTHS create a sound that catches you and keeps you. A Brooklyn/NYC-based power trio with a new wave/rock sensibility,

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New York, Ninet Tayeb (5/11): In her native Israel, Ninet Tayeb is more than a household name — the acclaimed singer/songwriter/actress is arguably the biggest entertainment figure in the country.

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New York, Noneed (5/2): NoNeed is a four-piece Alternative-Reggae band thriving in Tampa Bay, Florida, but quickly stretching its influence across the state and Southeast United States. The band’s sound is rooted in a rock-a

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New York, Nothing More (5/8): There are a lot of bands who claim to wear their hearts on their sleeves, but for Texan quartet Nothing More that sentiment could scarcely be more literal. “When we first started, we branded ourselves

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New York, NYC Bacon and Beer Classic 2017 (4/29 - 4/30): Join us at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, for the 4th Annual Bacon and Beer Classic on April 29th + 30th, 2017. Come hungry, come thirsty, leave happy!

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New York, Oceano (5/11): Windy city deathcore titans Oceano awaken with their brand new studio album, ‘Ascendants’. Oceano’s evolution continues on their 4th full length venture. The band’s trademark vicious hybrid of bone-sp

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New York, OM Lab: Offer Your Voice (2/3 - 5/8): Tune in to the sacred sound of the universe, and contribute your voice to the largest collective chant of OM ever generated.

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New York, Once Human (5/9): Evolution is not just the title of Once Human’s sophomore release, it’s an armor-plated declaration. Having made waves with their 2015 debut, The Life I Remember, the band have dramatically progressed

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New York, Opius Bliss (5/5): Opius Bliss is a Blues-Fusion band based in New York. Blues-Fusion merges the soulfulness of the blues with the sophistication of jazz.

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New York, Over the Rhine (5/6): "It's a collection of songs that required some extra real estate," Linford Detweiler says of Over the Rhine's Meet Me At The Edge Of The World, the latest product of his prolific two-decade musical co

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New York, Perle Noire (4/30): Perle Noire, is the epitome of elegance and grace. Named one of the top 3 performers in the world, she is truly a rare gem. To watch her is an experience!

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New York, Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change (1/27 - 5/7): Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change continues ICP’s long-standing tradition of exploring the social and historic impact of visual culture.

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New York, Peter Rabbit Tales (5/6): “Once upon a time there were four little rabbits, and their names were – Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail and Peter…”

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New York, Pinegrove (4/27): More than any other single artist, Pinegrove was the driving force behind the return of teen pop in the late '90s.

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New York, Polyphonia (4/25 - 4/29): Regarded as one of Wheeldon's breakthrough contemporary works, Polyphonia's four couples wind their way through ten eerily melodious Ligeti selections.

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New York, Ponicz (4/29): United Kingdom bass music has yet another producer that is demanding attention. Jonathan Smith publicly known as Ponicz has been standing out with his signature sound, dubstep and riddim. His well kno

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New York, Punky Meadows (4/29): One of the most striking hard rock bands of the 1970’s was undoubtedly Angel - who sported costumes and a highly theatrical stage show only rivalled by KISS (their then-label mates on Casablanca Recor

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New York, Rachael Sage (5/7): Rachael Sage has had an illustrious career as an independent artist, respected and praised by the likes of the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Rolling Stone and Billboard. She has shared the stag

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New York, Raleigh Ritchie (5/1): Raleigh Ritchie (born June 18, 1990) is the stage name of British singer and actor Jacob Anderson. Best known for his high profile acting roles in the film “Adulthood” and TV series “Game of Thrones”,

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New York, Rave In The Park _ Israel Independence 2017 (5/2): Celebrate Israel Independence with Realize Israel in Washington Square Park!

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New York, Richard Barone (5/7): Richard Barone is an acclaimed recording artist, performer, producer, and author. Since pioneering the indie rock scene in Hoboken, NJ as frontman for The Bongos, Barone has produced countless studio

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New York, Richie Kotzen (5/11): KOTZEN personally curated THE ESSENTIAL RICHIE KOTZEN from his 18 solo albums in order to give listeners the most comprehensive, cohesive and concise introduction to his extensive body of work. “I’ve

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New York, Righteousgirls (4/29): RighteousGIRLS have received awards including the 2016 New Music USA Impact Fund Award, a 2015 New Music USA Project Grant, 3rd place in the 2015 International Songwriting Competition for GIRLS by com

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New York, Riley Etheridge Jr. (5/8): Acclaimed singer-songwriter Riley Etheridge Jr. has reached many people with his poetic and vulnerable songwriting. His carefully crafted four-album catalog is rife with haunting and healing stories o

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New York, Rooftop happy hour! (5/2): You're very welcome to join us! Check out the Events tab for upcoming meetings and events.

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New York, Rooftop Jazz: Sweet Megg & The Wayfarers (May2nd) (5/2): Join us every Tuesday for our rooftop music series featuring some of NYC's best Hot Jazz & Swing bands

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New York, Rooms (5/3 - 5/28): A trio of installations—each room frames a new voice from Enda Walsh—in this absorbing exploration of solitude.

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New York, Russian Circles (5/11): Perhaps the most immediately apparent characteristic of the fifth Russian Circles album, Memorial is its wide range of emotion. Vacillating from somber-yet-soaring melodies on one track to pummeling m

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New York, Salonen Conducts Also sprach Zarathustra (4/27 - 4/29): The New York Philharmonic performs Strauss’s iconic Also sprach Zarathustra, immortalized in popular culture in the majestic fanfare that hails a primeval sunrise in Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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New York, Salsa Crash Course (4/27): Open to beginners with little or no prior dance experience. NO partner necessary - Class will rotate partners. Students will learn the basics and get the confidence to get out on the dance floor.

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New York, Sara and Kenny (5/9): Sara and Kenny met in Milwaukee, WI (USA), through a shared love of the growing improvised music scene. They immediately connected and started working on original music in July 2015. An eclectic blend

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New York, Scarlet Sails (4/29): In 1923 Russian author, Alexander Grin wrote the book, Scarlet Sails, and told a story about true love and following your dreams. As a young woman, living in Moscow, Russia, Olya Fomina read the story

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New York, Shannon McNally (5/11): Conjures ghosts and heroines, thieves, lovers and redeemers in a transcendent folk-blues, country-rock moonshine she's been pulling straight from the still for nearly 20 years. She's been living in th

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New York, Sir Cadian Rhythm (5/6): Sir Cadian Rhythm is a 5 piece Rock Fusion band hailing from Long Island, New York. Members include Jack Weppler (Vocals), Alex Laudani (Guitar), Richie Cluxton (Bass), Micah Cowher (Drums), Matt Carl

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New York, Skylark Vocal Ensemble (4/27): Skylark is a professional chamber choir of world-class musicians with a passion for small ensemble performance.

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New York, Sofia Rei (4/29): Building on the success of her Independent Music Award-winning second release Sube Azul, Sofia returns with the spellbinding De Tierra Y Oro (“of earth and gold”). She describes the album as a series

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New York, Special GUEST Monitor Night (5/2): We are thrilled to have visiting artist, Noel MacNeal, teaching this month's Monitor Night at the Puppet Kitchen.

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New York, Spottiswoode And His Enemies (5/11): Referred to as a “genius” and a “downtown ringleader” by The New Yorker, Spottiswoode is the son of an American singer and an English clergyman. WNYC’s John Schaefer describes him as "one of New York’

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New York, Stefan Falke: Wall(s) Exhibit Opening (4/28): Deutsches Haus at NYU presents a photography exhibition of Stefan Falke's "Wall(s)".

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New York, Stefon Harris (5/6): Vibraphonist-composer Stefon Harris is heralded as "one of the most important young artists in jazz" (The Los Angeles Times). He is unquestionably developing what will be a long and extraordinary care

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New York, Steve Moakler (5/12): The versatility of Steve Moakler’s music goes beyond his magnetic pull as an artist. The Pittsburgh native moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music in 2006. A handful of odd jobs, hundreds of sh

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New York, Steve Wilson (5/5): One of the most eclectic and prolific artists in rock music, Steven Wilson has been writing, recording, and producing music continuously since the age of 10. A native of Hemel Hempstead in England, St

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New York, Stories of Olde New York Walking Tour (3/4 - 4/29): On our STORIES OF OLDE NEW YORK TOUR see the many vestiges of the Lower East Side from yesteryear. Regale in a dozen mostly forgotten stories from New York's past.

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New York, SummerStage 2017 (5/1 - 5/15): Seasonal outdoor venue presenting a range of free & ticketed performances in multiple music genres.

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New York, Taka Kigawa (5/1): Critically acclaimed pianist TAKA KIGAWA has earned outstanding international recognition as a recitalist, soloist, and chamber music artist since winning First Prize in the prestigious 1990 Japan Mus

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New York, TAPs Spring Gala (5/2): We “add venture” to create jobs in developing countries.

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New York, Target Margin: Mourning Becomes Electra by Eugene O’Neill (4/26 - 5/20): From Target Margin Theater, “known for radically reinventing classic behemoths” (The New York Times), comes a new marathon production of Eugene O’Neill’s epic trilogy, MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA.

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New York, Tattooed New York (2/3 - 4/30): For more than 300 years, New York has played a central role in the development of modern tattooing.

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New York, Terry Reid (5/4): Terry Reid is the musician’s musician with “ the voice” that has lost none of its power, still singing, still playing, still writing songs. In recent years his songs have featured in the soundtracks o

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New York, The Alarm (4/29): Over 30 years in the rock and roll business, the story of THE ALARM is a continuing and ever unfolding drama that still commands worldwide attention since being formed in Rhyl, North Wales and is stil

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New York, The Alice-in-Wonderland Follies (4/30): Follow Alice’s adventures through Wonderland as she meets some of the most beloved characters in children’s literature.

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New York, The Bad Plus (5/12): The Bad Plus is a collective made up of bassist Reid Anderson, pianist Ethan Iverson, and drummer David King. All three are from the Midwest and they have known each other since their teens. Nonethele

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New York, The Bad Plus (5/10): The Bad Plus is a collective made up of bassist Reid Anderson, pianist Ethan Iverson, and drummer David King. All three are from the Midwest and they have known each other since their teens.

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New York, The Bad Plus (5/9): The Bad Plus is a collective made up of bassist Reid Anderson, pianist Ethan Iverson, and drummer David King. All three are from the Midwest and they have known each other since their teens.

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New York, the elovaters (5/1): The Elovaters are Reggae/Rock/Funk band hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. The band is fronted by lead singer/songwriter/rhythm guitarist Jackson Wetherbee who has toured internationally. The Elovate

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New York, The Fame Riot (5/11): The pair of brothers are at the forefront of a shift in musical style and culture, drawing influences from the last 4 decades of rock, pop, electronica, disco, and everything in-between. THE FAME RIOT

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New York, The Freeway-Pryor Cashman 5K Run (4/30): We're excited to announce our next 5K race in the film festival series. This event will be held during the 2nd Sunday of this years Tribeca festival. We are also proud to announce that Goldcrest Films

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New York, The Golden Cockerel by N.Rimsky-Korsakov (5/18 - 5/21): First time in decades, New Opera NYC presents a new production of the opera “Golden Cockerel” by N.Rimsky-Korsakov.

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New York, The Hipp Pipps (5/5): Raw, ready & rockin'!! Straight ahead all original rock'n'roll with a hepped up twist by 3 of NYC's most beloved indie scene players. If Chuck Berry, The Ramones, Eddie Cochran and Little Richard get

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New York, The Hugo Boss Prize 2016: Anicka Yi, Life Is Cheap (4/21 - 7/5): Anicka Yi is the recipient of the 2016 Hugo Boss Prize, a biennial award for contemporary art that for over 20 years has recognized some of the most powerful and singular voices in the field.

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New York, The Ninth Annual Rainbow Book Fair, (4/29): Please join us for The Ninth Annual Rainbow Book Fair, taking place April 29th at John Jay College, NYC.

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New York, The Palms (5/8): "The Palms have shifted toward creating music that is as catchy as pop, yet melded with poignant elements of blues, hip-hop, rock, and reggae. Rothbard's distinct vocals also invite the listener into

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New York, The Paris Buns (5/10): The Paris Buns are Will and a group of imaginary (and sometimes real) friends. They play folk rock.

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New York, The Poxylifts (5/6): Proto-Post-Power Pop Garage Rock out of the great city of New York

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New York, The Sedona Effect (4/27): The Sedona Effect plays with industrial elements blending EBM, Dark Wave and Dark Electro into a unique mix. Stay tuned for the debut album VORTICES!

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New York, The Tal Farlow Collection Exposition (4/24 - 4/29): Here is a unique opportunity for guitar collectors and fans of the legendary jazz guitarist Tal Farlow.

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New York, The Velveteins (4/27): The Velveteins are a rock n' roll band consisting of members Spencer Morphy (vocals/guitar), Addison Hiller (percussion) and Dean Kheroufi originally from Edmonton, Canada. Their latest work " A Hot S

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New York, The Whiskey Extravaganza- New York (5/5): Whether a serious whisky aficionado or just at the beginning of your whisky affair, you’ll no doubt find something to ignite your passion at The Whisky Extravaganza.

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New York, The Wonder of Moms / The Sound of Music (5/7): Rodgers & Hammerstein's cinematic treasure, "The Sound of Music" is the winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

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New York, The World of Radio (2/3 - 9/24): A 1934 batik mural created by Arthur Gordon Smith to celebrate the career of soprano and radio star Jessica Dragonette will be displayed alongside radios, drawings, and photographs of the era.

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New York, Ties to Brahms (5/1): Carl Georg Peter GRÄDENER String Trio in G minor Op. 48 ~ influenced by Schumann and Brahms, Grädener’s chamber music is of interest for its ingenuity and freshness of harmonies and excellence of form

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New York, Titicut Follies: The Ballet (4/28 - 4/30): This World Premiere ballet is inspired by Frederick Wiseman’s groundbreaking and controversial 1967 documentary, Titicut Follies.

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New York, Toni Romiti (5/10): Toni Romiti is a singer from Chicago with a sound that is a unique fusion of R&B vocals with a raw hip-hop influence. While Toni was playing college basketball, her first song gained major traction. T

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New York, Trace Bundy (4/28): Internationally-acclaimed guitar virtuoso Trace Bundy must be seen, not just heard. His music is poetry in motion, using harmonics, looping, multiple capos, and his unique banter and stage presence to

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New York, Treasures from the Nationalmuseum of Sweden: The Collections of Count Tessin (2/3 - 5/14): The Nationalmuseum, Sweden’s largest and most distinguished art institution, is partnering with the Morgan to bring more than seventy-five masterpieces from its collections to New York for a rare visi

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New York, Uptown/Downtown/Dance (4/28 - 4/29): NYTB's new season of UPTOWN/DOWNTOWN/DANCE at Pace University's Schimmel Center features as-yet-untitled World Premieres from Martin Lawrance and Zhong-Jing Fang

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New York, Voices Of Ascension (5/3): Based in the heart of Greenwich Village, Voices of Ascension is one of the world's premier professional choral ensembles.

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New York, Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys (4/29): Boston-based phenomenon Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys are dada darlings of the steampunk world, sharing music for anyone who has ever been broken (-NPR). The Army of Broken Toys's stage sho

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New York, Water of Life Whisky Charity Event, NYC (5/18): The Water of Life Charity Event is a unique whisky tasting opportunity to support the efforts of The GIST Cancer Awareness Foundation.

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New York, Weather or Not, That is the Question (2/2 - 5/21): Children’s Museum of the Arts is pleased to announce Weather or Not, That is the Question, an exhibition about the power, mystery, and grandeur of weather and its impact on our environment.

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New York, West Coast Swing Crash Course with Exenia Rocco (5/13): West Coast Swing Crash Course with Exenia Rocco This contemporary partner dance is known for its freedom, its sexy, smooth “elastic” look, improvisation and musicality. This style is great for fans

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New York, White Lung (4/29): After the critically acclaimed release Deep Fantasy (2014), White Lung return with their fourth album Paradise. Vocalist Mish Barber-Way, guitarist Kenneth William and drummer Anne-Marie Vassiliou, re

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New York, Wine on Wheels Grand Tasting and Silent Auction (4/29): This spring, Wheeling Forward, a charity focused on serving NYC's disabled community brings together some of the greatest sommeliers and wines in the world.

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New York, Witness Theatre (4/27): Experience an evening you will long remember as high school students re-enact critical moments from the lives of local Holocaust survivors.

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New York, Xandria (5/9): A confident statement by a band that knows it’s ready for a big, big step! German Epic Symphonic Metal stalwarts, Xandria found stability with singer, Dianne van Giersbergen and now take things to the

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New York, Yngwie Malmsteen (5/10): Yngwie Malmsteen is one of rock's premiere virtuoso guitarists. Yngwie has dominated the world of solo guitar for two decades. When he was barely 20, Yngwie exploded onto the music scene with his jaw-

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New York, You Me At Six (5/8): You Me At Six are an alternative rock band who formed in 2004 and hail from Surrey, UK. They have rapidly transitioned into a world class act.

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Niagara Falls, Big Tim Kellams (5/12): Big Tim Kellams is a rapper, musician & entertainer. He is mostly known for his music & rant videos about controversial subjects. If Tim isn't in the recording studio, you can find him getting things

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Niagara Falls, Chester Copperpot (5/18): Chester Copperpot from Buffalo,NY (716) was formed in January 2011 and is Nick Wierzbicki - Guitar/Vox Eric Stachewicz - Bass/Vox and Joe Urban - Drums. Currently Chester Copperpot is getting ready to

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Niagara Falls, Colony House (5/13): We are a four piece rock band from Franklin, Tennessee.

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Niagara Falls, Dawn of Ashes (5/16): DAWN OF ASHES: The very name calls to mind the legend of the Phoenix, a god-being born anew from the ashes of its own destruction. It unites the Alpha and Omega, signifying that every end is a beginni

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Niagara Falls, Famous Last Words (5/6): Famous Last Words” - A phrase reflecting the final articulated words of an individual before death, often to be immortalized as the centerpiece of a particular movement…. It’s a pertinent name for a b

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Niagara Falls, Green Schwinn (5/18): Green Schwinn is a band, we play fun music for anybody who needs it, even if they don't know it

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Niagara Falls, Greta Van Fleet (5/18): Firing twin barrels of arena-rock muscle and moving melodies, Greta Van Fleet is a modern rock & roll band rooted in the genre's strongest traditions: super-sized hooks, raw riffage and the sweeping v

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Niagara Falls, Kosha Dillz (5/3): World class improv artist that has received major attention for his dedication to success. He has played every kind of gig,ranging from shows with Rza of the Wu Tang Clan and Matisyahu, to the Legenda

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Niagara Falls, Manafest (5/6): “True peace comes from Jesus and from being content with what you have right now. I’m a big believer in setting goals and striving for bigger things but you’ve got to enjoy—and be present in—the momen

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Niagara Falls, Mark Lee (5/12): Way back in the summer of 1991, I asked my friend Mac if he wanted to start a band. I had no idea at the time but that was the beginning of the most incredible journey...

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Niagara Falls, Matt Buetow (4/28): With songwriting reminiscent of Neil Young and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Matt Buetow’s songs are both heartfelt and intricate. The versatile sound ranges from poetic ballads to energetic indie rock arrang

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Niagara Falls, Optic Oppression (5/16): Out of western NY, Optic Oppression is a synth-rock phenomenon in it's infancy. Born from the culmination of the band’s twisted childhood traumas, incarcerations and abuse Optic is about the human evo

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Niagara Falls, Projekt F (5/16): Montreal-based industrial rock group, Projekt F, are well-known for their emotionally intense music and powerful stage presence. Founded in 2009, the band is comprised of lead singer and main composer

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Niagara Falls, The Falling Birds (5/18): The Falling Birds have a simple concept: Write songs with foundations in blues and folk, then throttle them with punk rock snarl.

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Niagara Falls, The Struts (5/18): A UK-bred band full of reckless swagger and hugely catchy hooks, the Struts are returning the sweet and dirty spirit of glam to modern rock & roll. Having already taken Europe by storm with such feats

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Niagara Falls, The Waves (5/18): The Waves are a two piece Psychedelic band based in Louisville, Kentucky.

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North Creek, Hudson River Whitewater Derby ~ 60th Anniversary (5/6 - 5/7): In 1958 the Johnsburg Fish and Game Club began this nationally known, longest running canoe competition. Every year since the Derby became the spring thing to do for both paddlers and spectators.

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North Tonawanda, Murder Mystery Dinner (4/28): Murder Mystery Dinner Company presents Crime and Pun-ishment at Sandra Lane Apartments. Enjoy the show while eating a delicious pasta dinner. Seating is limited.

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Norwood, Cooking Class with Cornell Cooperative Extension (5/2): A 6-week cooking class for adults. Learn to cook fast, affordable, healthy meals. Learn new cooking skills and techniques. Classes run through June 6.

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Nyack, A Rally for Love Multi-Media Concert Event with The Levins (5/13): Concert, Connection & Community! A Rally for Love concert event and gathering of various communities who offer positive perspective and resources in and around Rockland County to bolster our colle

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Nyack, La Cage Aux Folles (5/12 - 6/10): The Elmwood Playhouse of Nyack NY will be presenting “La Cage Aux Folles”, written by Jerry Herman (Music and Lyrics), Harvey Fierstein (Book), based on the play by Jean Poiret and directed by Alan De

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Olean, Rock City Parks Annual Arts & Crafts Show (5/13 - 5/14): Located at 505 Route 16 South in Olean, New York, Rock City Park is home to one of the largest natural displays of quartz conglomerate in the world and attracts thousands of global visitors each year.

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Oneonta, SHIFT NY Holistic and Spiritual Arts Fair (4/29 - 4/30): Reboot Body Mind & Soul- 28 Free metaphysical workshops from yoga to dreams, angels & ghosts– 15 Psychic & Tarot Readers, 5 Energy Healers, Over 30 Vendors of unique gifts, henna tattoos, aura photos