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Bronx, 152nd Street Cultural Festival (5/27): 152nd Street Cultural Festival celebrates Puerto Rican culture with live music, dancing, comedy, art and food vendors, celebrity appearances, and a children’s pavilion with storytelling, face painting

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New York, The Loisaida Festival (5/28): The Loisaida Festival is a family friendly event with music starting at noon, shows, and vendors on Losaida Avenue, plus a kids’ parade. Free.

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New York, 16th Annual Mamapalooza Outdoor Extravaganza (5/28): Mamapalooza offers music, art, kids’ activities, food vendors, and crafts for mothers and the people who love them at Riverside Park South. Free.

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Lockport, Fire Pit Festival (5/28): Join us at New York Beer Project for our Fire Pit Festival as we enjoy beer, blues and BBQ!

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Newburgh, Murder at the Speakeasy PRIDE OF THE HUDSON Dinner Cruise (5/26): Three hour Cruise aboard the Pride of the Hudson includes Murder Mystery Show performed by the Murder Cafe and Buffet Dinner. Ship departs Blu Pointe Landing, Front Street, Newburgh.

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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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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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Peekskill, Dare to Dream Concert- Featuring Svet (5/30): Svet is one of the most profound and unique acts of today; A hip hop/electro violinist who is globally recognized from his appearance on NBC’s America’s Got Talent and is the most well known for his i

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Purchase, Catch the Spirit! Summer Gala to Benefit Childrens Non-Profit Friends of Karen (6/2): Help to support families with a critically-ill child in the NY Tri-State area by attending the Summer Gala, "Catch the Spirit!" to benefit the North Salem based non-profit, Friends of Karen.

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Amityville, Games We Play at Revolution (6/1): South Florida Pop Punk band, Games We Play will performing at Revolution Bar & Music Hall!

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Amityville, Homecoming Farm Garden Party, 2017 (6/16): Join us for a lovely evening of Networking as we celebrate our Mission and Support.

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Armonk, Our Town (6/2 - 6/10): The Armonk Players celebrates its 20th anniversary with Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Our Town transports us to Grover’s Corners, a place of secret wishes and disappointments, loves a

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Astoria, Astoria Park Carnival (6/7 - 6/11): Enjoy family fun along the colorful midway with rides for all ages and food for every taste, including funnel cakes, elephant ears, cotton candy, candy apples and much more.

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Astoria, Book Discussion: The Handmaids Tale (5/30): Make sure to have read the book beforehand, because there WILL be spoilers here, folks.

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Astoria, Screening & Live Event: The House of Tomorrow with Ellen Burstyn (5/31): A special advance screening of The House of Tomorrow, about the ideals of futurist and engineer Buckminster Fuller, and two rebel teens trying to become punk gods.

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Bay Shore, Islip CrossFit Murph 2017 (5/29): Our 5th annual Memorial Day "Murph" is coming soon! Heats will start at 9am sharp! If you have a vest, bring it!

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Bayside, Lights, Camera, Music! (5/28): Enjoy great American cinema like never before with the scores from some of the most notorious feature films of our time performed live. People of all ages can enjoy these beloved films in a whole new

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Bellport, Annual Members Exhibit (5/24 - 5/28): A public reception will be held on Friday, May 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. The artist award ceremony will be held at 7 p.m.

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Bohemia, Summer Product Launch! (6/1 - 6/2): Also check our sale/clearance section of our website as more items will be listed there as well!

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Bridgehampton, Southampton Chamber of Commerce Charity Golf Outing (6/12): The Southampton Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing at the prestigious private Bridge Golf Club partial proceeds to benefit the Southampton Hospital Phillips Family Cancer Center.

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Bronx, 152nd Street Cultural Festival (5/27): 152nd Street Cultural Festival celebrates Puerto Rican culture with live music, dancing, comedy, art and food vendors, celebrity appearances, and a children’s pavilion with storytelling, face painting

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Bronx, Bronx NYC - Sunday Service (5/28): Join Marcus Gill for a Sunday Service in the Bronx! Eastchester Church of God will be celebrating the ministry of Bishop Dixon.

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Bronx, Jig Jam at Keanes! (5/31): JigJam are a multi-award winning quartet from the heart of the midlands in Ireland.

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Bronx, VIP Reception and NY Philharmonic Concert in VCP (6/13): VIP Reception at 6:30pm with Pre-Concert Libations and Hors d’oeuvres on the lawn of the Van Cortlandt House.

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Brooklyn, 13th KidsFilmFest (6/3): Enjoy children’s films followed by a filmmaker’s workshop at KidsFilmFest at Made in NY Media Center in Brooklyn. news events

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Brooklyn, 2017 SBP Launch Party (6/2): The 2017 sketchbooks are here, let's party! Check out the new additions to the collection exclusively, drink beer and meet friends!

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Brooklyn, Ablebody (6/9): Ablebody is an LA-based duo comprised of identical twins Christoph and Anton Hochheim (members of Pains Of Being Pure At Heart/Depreciation Guild). They’ve been quietly releasing music under this moni

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Brooklyn, Baby Shakes (6/9): Baby Shakes are a rock n’ roll-punk band from New York City. Mary on lead vocals and guitar, Judy on lead guitar and vocals, Claudia on bass and vocals, and Ryan on drums. With catchy melodic vocals o

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Brooklyn, Bent Knee (6/1): Bent Knee is a band without frontiers. The Boston-based group seamlessly connects the worlds of rock, pop and the avant-garde into its own self-defining statement. On its Cuneiform debut release Say S

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Brooklyn, Blind Wine Tasting at BKW (5/29): Hone your tastebuds with this introduction to blind tasting. We won't blindfold you, but we will pour the wines "blind,” meaning we won’t tell you what you are tasting, you have to figure it out. You’

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn + Queens Design Awards Gala 2017 (6/1): Please join our chapters as we honoring our professionals and their architectural contribution and their vision as designers.

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn NAACP 2017 Freedom Fund Dinner (6/14): The Freedom Fund Reception & Awards Ceremony is the premier fundraising event for the Brooklyn NAACP, highlighting the local programs and initiatives of the local organization.

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn Uncorked (5/31): Its 11th year and this time around, we’re celebrating the best of local, national and international wines! Featuring All Hands, Australis Barramundi, Baba’s Pierogies, Banfi Vitners, Beaulieu Vineyard

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Brooklyn, Charles Copley EP Release, Retail Space, Misha (5/30): Come to C'mon Everybody to celebrate the release of Charles Copley's long-awaited "Nighttown EP.

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Brooklyn, Charly Black (6/3): Charly Black is becoming one of the most widely received and passionately influential artists of his day! His extraordinary charm and decedent melodic tunes snag the hearts of audiences across the nat

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Brooklyn, Chuck Ragan (6/11): Simply put, they don’t make musicians like Chuck Ragan anymore. For nearly two decades Ragan has traversed the country and the world—first with his celebrated punk act Hot Water Music and later as a s

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Brooklyn, Color Me Bushwick 2017 (6/2 - 6/4): MUSIC - HAIR - TATTOO - ART ::

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Brooklyn, Cross Culture (6/11): A NYC based band set out to break down barriers among peoples through the fusion of popular musical genres.

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Brooklyn, DanceAfrica (5/26 - 5/29): DanceAfrica celebrates the dance, music, and culture of Guinea with performances, classes, films, a dance party, and a craft & food bazaar at BAM Howard Gilman Opera House.

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Brooklyn, Darcy Malone and the Tangle (6/3): Darcy Malone & The Tangle began when the daughter of Dave Malone of The Radiators fame met skateboarder/guitar player Christopher Boye. The husband/wife duo wanted to create music that incorporated Da

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Brooklyn, Darkwing Toranavox Desert Sharks Hans Gruber Red Arkade (5/30): Providing national and local acts a place to play in the greatest city in the world.

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Brooklyn, Dead Leaf Echo (6/9): Brooklyn's Dead Leaf Echo is an music/art collective that released their debut LP "Thought and Language" in 2013. The album had clear 4AD influences as it was mixed by John Fryer (Lush, NIN, Depeche M

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Brooklyn, DeepSeaPeachTree : FlaccidAshbacks : Fixtures : Carolla Lovelace (6/1): Deep Sea Peach Tree "Vaguely Navy" Record Release Show feat.

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Brooklyn, Deerhoof (6/16): Deerhoof are an American experimental punk rock band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1994. Their records have been characterized by an eclectic mix of styles.

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Brooklyn, Elliot & the Ghost (6/3): Elliot & The Ghost came together in 2013 in New York City. Having recently departed from Austin’s teen outfit The Steps, singer William Thompson met drummer Daniel Edwards, guitarist Brett Giroux, and

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Brooklyn, Eternal Black (6/16): Eternal Black is a doom band based out of Brooklyn, NY. Steeped in the American doom tradition of Saint Vitus, The Obsessed, Spirit Caravan, and EyeHateGod, Eternal Black’s music is full of heavy and

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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, Food Will Win the War (6/11): "Food Will Win the War explores a space largely unexplored even in Brooklyn's dense music scene. There's a delicate balance in this music between the fun of surrealist fantasy and the acceptance of li

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Brooklyn, Giant Kitty (6/15): Giant Kitty continues the tradition of strong female voices in punk while bringing along eclectic influences, diverse backgrounds, and a comedic sensibility. This four-piece combines elements of punk,

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Brooklyn, Giuda (6/9): Giuda is a five-piece band from Rome, Italy. Their mix of anthemic ‘70s glam hooks and the punchy delivery of early UK punk, has stunned listeners all across the globe. Their debut album “Racey Rol

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Brooklyn, Great Caesar (6/1): In the dead of winter, the grand summer homes of the Hamptons sit vacant and silent, their yards piling high with snow behind the perfectly manicured hedges that line the quiet streets… or so you migh

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Brooklyn, Green Earth Poets Cafe Open Mic -Poetry, Prose, Comedy, Music (5/30): Founded and produced by Green Earth Poets Cafe, this open mic is one of the hottest open mic/performance series.

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Brooklyn, Greenpoint Open Studios Artist Pre-Launch Party (5/30): Artists and their guests are welcome at the official pre-launch party for Greenpoint Open Studios!

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Brooklyn, Groupie/ Grampfather/ Atlanteans/ Witchslap (6/2): TJO Presents are a flexible full service music and branding agency based out of Brooklyn.

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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, Iration (6/16): Iration has been touring nationally since 2008, performing at national festivals like Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Hangout, and many others. These Hawaiian-bred musicians look forward to spreading the

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Brooklyn, J Boog (6/16): Jerry "J Boog” Afemata, a reggae singer of Samoan descent, was born in Long Beach and was raised in Compton, California. Steeped in Samoan culture and as the son of a Samoan chief, J Boog’s large fami

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Brooklyn, James Vincent McMorrow (6/15): James Vincent McMorrow (born 14 January 1983) is an indie singer and songwriter from Dublin, Ireland who’s chilling vocals has grasped the nation.

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Brooklyn, Jay Som (6/6): On her first proper album as Jay Som, Melina Duterte, 22, solidifies her rep as a self-made force of sonic splendor and emotional might. If last year's aptly named Turn Into compilation showcased a fu

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Brooklyn, Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers (6/2): Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers will make a sprightly young groove doctor out of anyone. With spectacular energy pulsating from every member of the band, the Rainbow Seekers could illuminate the ver

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Brooklyn, Kate Simko (6/2): One of dance music’s most unique and standout artists, Kate Simko combines her Chicago house background with a melange of influences.

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Brooklyn, Kings County Distillery at Noormans Kil (5/30): Kings County Distillery is New York City's oldest operating whiskey distillery, the first since prohibition.

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Brooklyn, Madam West (6/2): Madam West is a psychedelic alt-soul band from Brooklyn, NY. Originating as a synthpop duo in a musty Bushwick basement, the group has grown into a five-piece elegantly fusing pop, synthesizers, soul

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Brooklyn, Mark Redito (6/3): Producer/DJ Mark Redito (fka Spazzkid) has one of the most positively charged and energetic live sets of any electronic artist hailing from Los Angeles right now. Focusing in on hyper dance, J-pop ins

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Brooklyn, Mary J. Saran: Escape Earth (6/2): Amos Eno Gallery presents Escape Earth, an exhibition of mixed media works by Mary J. Saran.

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Brooklyn, Matthew Dear (6/2): Depending on whom you ask, Matthew Dear is a DJ, a dance-music producer, an experimental pop artist, a bandleader. He co-founded both Ghostly International and its dancefloor offshoot, Spectral Sound.

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Brooklyn, Megaweapon (6/15): indie punk band. Sounds like cartoons after you do your homework and scribbling about bad dreams in your diary. http://megaweapon-rock.com

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Brooklyn, MEMORIAL DAY 2017 (5/29): The grill burning; hotdogs, burgers, stake, rids, corn, jerk chicken and the works. Memorial Day is the official start of BBQ Season.

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Brooklyn, Memorial Day Concert (5/29): Memorial Day Concert on May 29, 2017 at Green-Wood

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Brooklyn, Mirah (6/9): Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn has been creating incorruptible independent pop music since the late 1990’s. She has released over a dozen solo and collaborative recordings on K Records, Kill Rock Stars and var

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Brooklyn, Moor Mother (6/8): MMGZ music is a history lesson, a future lesson, and a comment on the present all at once. And really it is more than a lesson, its a soundscape to these different time dimensions, so that you are hea

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Brooklyn, Mount Kimbie (6/13): Mount Kimbie are a duo hailing from London, England who formed in 2008. They are known for their two studio albums of esoteric, subtle dubstep and are celebrated for having one of the best live shows

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Brooklyn, Mustardmind, Future Heart, Radiant Reveries (5/30): Please come and join us on May 30th at Knitting Factory Brooklyn. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Brooklyn, NARS Spring Open Studios (6/2): NARS announces its Spring Open Studios, a two-day exhibition of international contemporary art in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn, Nervous Dater (6/9): The members of Nervous Dater are originally from Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey, and Connecticut, respectively. They all reside in different boroughs of NYC and make emotional music fueled by their

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Brooklyn, Northside Festival (6/7 - 6/11): Northside Festival is about music, art, film, fashion, food, and innovation in Greenpoint and Williamsburg. The music begins on June 8.

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Brooklyn, Opening Reception: Otherwise, you dont see me (6/2): We began research for this exhibition by seeking evidence of bureaucratic violence and presently shifting power structures.

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Brooklyn, OSA Presents: 6th Annual Party for the Parks (5/31): Join forces with OSA and the neighborhood’s Super Friends Groups to fight for nature, beauty, health, fun, environmental justice and economic development at:

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Brooklyn, Pink Martini (6/1): “Pink Martini is a rollicking around-the-world musical adventure … if the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.” – Thomas Lauderdale, bandleader/pianist

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Brooklyn, Playing Hot: A Jazz Concert Play Reading Picnic (5/29): This Memorial Day, an old favorite is comin’ on back. Join us for a one-day-only jazz-concert-picnic-reading of Jaki Bradley and Kevin Armento’s PLAYING HOT.

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Brooklyn, Pour The Core (6/10): Try 75 hard ciders with food truck fare at Pour The Core for age 21+ at Brooklyn Expo Center.

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Brooklyn, Product of Hate (6/2): Wisconsin-based newcomers Product Of Hate chose their band name for a good reason – a crushing response to the world in which we live. The five-piece honed their sound by sharing the stage with Lamb O

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Brooklyn, Rebirth Brass Band (6/3): Simply put, The Rebirth Brass Band is an institution. Formed in 1983, the band has long since graduated from the streets of New Orleans to theaters and festivals all over the world. Rebirth is committ

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Brooklyn, Rooftop Yoga at Rooftop Reds Winery (6/5): After an invigorating Vinyasa Flow class by Pop Up Yoga NYC, enjoy a 4 wine tasting (included!) with the wine experts as we watch the sun set over Manhattan. Bring a yoga mat and water. Read the direc

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Brooklyn, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers (6/15): Sarah Shook & The Disarmers are a country band with a sneer, a bite, and no apologies. Shook's original songs take on the usual country spin on shitty relationships, bad decisions, and excessive alcoh

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Brooklyn, Seth Troxler (6/4): In accordance with Mayan prophecy, Seth Troxler was, in fact, a gift to the world of techno by intergalactic demigods from the distant future. Rumours that Seth Troxler is actually an alien are untrue

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Brooklyn, Sharkmuffin (6/9): Sharkmuffin is Tarra Thiessen and Natalie Kirch, a duo of Brooklynite sirens bred from the waves of the Jersey shore. Influenced by everyone from Nirvana to The Ronettes, Sharkmuffin adds a unique jag

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Brooklyn, Shavuot Across Brooklyn (5/30 - 5/31): Join us on May 30th at Congregation Beth Elohim as a host of Brooklyn's minyanim and synagogues come together for an all-night celebration

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Brooklyn, Skyler Cocco (6/2): Skyler Cocco is a New York based singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and model hailing from Floral Park, a quaint town on the Queens/Nassau County border. Cocco began writing songs in h

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Brooklyn, Slightly Stoopid (6/16): Slightly Stoopid are an alternative rock band hailing from San Diego, California, USA. The band formed in 1995 and their eclectic brand of summery, genre blending rock & roll has made them one of the

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Brooklyn, Sloop Brewing Night! (6/1): Join us Thursday, June 1st as we welcome Sloop Brewing Company of Elizaville, New York! We'll be pouring as much Sloop as we can get our hands on, and the brewery crew will be in attendance.

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Brooklyn, Slow Caves (6/2): Listening to Slow Caves, one is reminded that being sonically interesting doesn’t mean that a band must sacrifice having old fashioned hooks or pop sensibilities. Danish born brothers, Jakob and Olive

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Brooklyn, Slow Dancer (6/6): Simon Okely is lost in time. Or at least, his songs sound that way: warm, near-whispered indie-rock love letters to the 60s and 70s rhythm and blues records his parents would play on family car rides

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Brooklyn, Soulive (6/7): Soulive has never made any bones about what they do best; it’s right there in their name. Since forming in 1999, the trio of guitarist Eric Krasno, drummer Alan Evans and keyboardist Neal Evans has ca

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Brooklyn, Southern Culture On The Skids (6/6): Southern Culture On The Skids has been spreading the rock and roll gospel since since they formed in Chapel Hill, NC in1983. Guitarist/singer Rick Miller, drummer Dave Hartman and bassist/singer/heart

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Brooklyn, Steve Kimock (6/7): Kimock’s ability to articulate tone, melody and emotion into music combined with technical brilliance has earned Kimock the title “Guitar Monk”( Relix Magazine) for his commitment to guitar, and his a

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Brooklyn, Supporting Lgbtq+ Families in Childbirth Education/Doulas (5/30): This interactive workshop examines various birth settings and models of care that have historically included/excluded queer birth.

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Brooklyn, Sworn Enemy (6/16): Sworn Enemy, fronted by Sal LoCoco, established itself in 2000 with the release of "Negative Outlook" on Jamey Jasta's Stillborn Records. The record was a mix of old school hardcore punk and new schoo

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Brooklyn, Teen Vice (6/4): Teen Vice is a NYC based rock band consisting of Tammy Hart (guitars, vocals), Joshua Ackley (bass, vocals), May Dantas (guitars, vocals) and Derek Pippin (drums).

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Brooklyn, The Dream Eaters (6/16): The Dream Eaters bring skin-tingling harmonies together as a dream-pop duo like no other. Blending the vocals of Jake Zavracky and Elizabeth LeBaron, their music will envelop and transform you. Former

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Brooklyn, The First Annual Rarebit Animation Festival (6/1): The First Annual Rarebit Animation Festival is named in honor of cartoonist and Sheepshead Bay resident Winsor McCay (c.1867-1934).

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Brooklyn, The Martinez Brothers (6/4): The Martinez Brothers, an American DJ duo, are two of the most recognizable global stars in house, techno, and club culture. Introduced to disco and house by their father from a young age, they come f

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Brooklyn, The Movement (6/16): The Movement's sixth studio album, GOLDEN, was released April 8, 2016, on Rootfire Cooperative. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart. The album has been added to regular rotation on SiriusXM

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Brooklyn, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart (6/9): The Pains of Being Pure at Hearts are a New York based indie-pop band consisting of vocalist Kip Berman, guitarist Christoph Hochheim, drummer Anton Hochheim, keyboardist Jessica Weiss and bassist Jac

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Brooklyn, The Weisstronauts (6/6): Hard to categorize guitar-based instrumental rock. Think: twang, surf, spy, psychedelia, lounge, rock, semi-funk. Not necessarily in that order.

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Brooklyn, Three Hierarchs Festival 2017 (6/2 - 6/4): Our Annual Festival is traditionally held the first weekend after Memorial Day.

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Brooklyn, Timber Timbre (6/10): Timber Timbre is a Canadian psychedelic folk group, featuring Taylor Kirk, Simon Trottier, Mathieu Charbonneau and Olivier Fairfield originating from Toronto and Montréal.

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Brooklyn, Tipsy Oxcart (6/2): Tipsy Oxcart plays electric, sweaty, bumpin' Balkan music, channeling the spirit of 36 hour weddings to keep the crowds dancing until the sun comes up. Serving up originals and fresh, upbeat arrangeme

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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, Wine and Cheese Tasting (6/4): Explore the nuances of everyone's favorite pairing as we taste a selection of Brooklyn Winery wines and Saxelby Cheese. In this hour long tasting, we will discuss flavor profiles, how to pair these fl

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Brooklyn, WITH: LaTasha Diggs hosts Adjua Greaves and Joseph Cuillier (6/8): Belladonna* and Pioneer Works co-present a night of readings by Adjua Greaves and Joseph Cuillier, followed by a conversation moderated by LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs

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Brooklyn, Wolf (Jerry Garcias Legendary Guitar) Live Auction Concert (5/31): Wolf (Jerry Garcia's Legendary Guitar) Live Auction with performance by Joe Russo’s Friends with Benefits at Brooklyn Bowl

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Chester, Sugar Loaf Spring Festival (5/27 - 5/29): 3-day festival of art, music, food and crafts. Visiting artisans and crafters join the Sugar Loaf community of unique shops and artists to celebrate Spring.

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East Hampton, 2017 DANCERS FOR GOOD (6/3): The Actors Fund, The Dancers' Resource/Career Transition For Dancers Paul Taylor Dance Foundation

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East Hampton, Digging Deeper: The Art of Elegance—An Afternoon at Home with Marshall Watson (6/3): To celebrate the publication of his first book, The Art of Elegance: Classic Interiors, Marshall will spend the late afternoon with an intimate group, exploring his waterfront home both inside and out

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Farmingdale, PALS Above & Beyond Long Island 2017 (6/2): Join us for an awe-inspiring evening of cocktails, dinner and dancing to the music of Steven Reta's Something Extra!

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Garden City, 64th Annual Memorial Day Fair (5/29): The fair takes place following the Garden City Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 29th.

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Garden City, Erase Racisms 2017 Annual Benefit (6/7): Work and honors leaders who are making a difference in the fight for racial equity. The theme of the event is "Moving forward together." With this theme, we hope to send a clear reminder that together

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Garden City, Pan Am Museum Foundation - Grand Opening of Clippers Go To War Exhibit (6/4): The Pan Am Museum Exhibits operating at the Cradle of Aviation Museum opening its second exhibit chronically the history of Pan Am.

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Goshen, Memorial Day In The Village Of Goshen (5/29): Memorial Honor Guard services commence 7:00 am at St. John's Cemetery on Main Street.

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Great River, Rev. Msgr. Thaddeus Rooney Memorial Golf Outing and Dinner (6/1): Enjoy panoramic views of the Connetquot River and the Great South Bay as we play 18 holes at the Timber Point Country Club in Great Neck, NY, sponsored by Mangano Funeral Home.

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Hampton Bays, Memorial Day Weekend Plant Sale (5/28): Organically grown heirloom vegetable and herb plants., Many varieties to choose from!

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Hauppauge, Rescues Rock the Runway VIII (6/4): PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR 8th ANNUAL PET FASHION SHOW & FUNDRAISER!!! See info below flyer for more details.

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Haverstraw, North Rockland Community Day 5k Run/Walk (6/4): Come run, jog, walk, or slowly meander the course with your family & friends through beautiful Bowline Point Park and Peck's Pond. Proceeds benefit North Rockland residents.

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Hempstead, Battle of the Border (5/30): Last year, 7 of the 40 players went on to sign professional contracts directly after the game.

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Huntington, Energetic Awakening with Marci Baron & Cher Meli (6/2): This delicious workshop is back by popular demand!! Marci Baron + Cher Meli return to The Work-Shop for this extraordinary practice...

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Islip, Alejandro Aviles (5/31): The Alejandro Aviles Quintet plays the music of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh, and others... Featuring some of the finest musicians on the Island and Manhattan

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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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Levittown, 2017 Memorial Day Parade & BBQ (5/29): After parade, caravan to Wantagh Park for the, May meeting and complimentary club BBQ, parking field 2, the shelter.

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Lockport, Fire Pit Festival (5/28): Join us at New York Beer Project for our Fire Pit Festival as we enjoy beer, blues and BBQ!

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Long Island City, Long Island City Bike Parade (6/10): Repair & decorate your bike, and join the Long Island City Bike Parade at Socrates Sculpture Park.

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Long Island City, Why Reading Matters 2017: Building a New Audience (6/15): The National Book Foundation’s second annual Why Reading Matters conference returns on June 15 for a full day of presentations focused on building a new audience for books.

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Mattituck, Mattituck Strawberry Festival (6/15 - 6/18): By the middle of June the North Fork strawberry crop is reaching its peak and bursting with flavor.

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Melville, 1st Annual VetsBowl (6/11): Come on down to Sell To A Veteran's 1st annual fundraiser called VetsBowl.

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Monroe, Leadership Orange Golf Classic (6/1): Leadership Orange is the county’s premier leadership training program.

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Monroe, Wine & Design (6/1): . Come and paint and sip and have a wonderful time with friends while supporting this important piece of history in our community.

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Montgomery, Childrens Earth and Water Festival (6/3): Family-friendly environmentally-themed festival with many free games and children's activities.

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Montgomery, Get Out of Your Own Way (5/30): Come join Life & Career coach Peter Heymann and Nan who are having a candid conversation with participants about what it takes to eliminate mental roadblocks, set goals, and get things done!

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Mount Kisco, Kirtan! (6/2): Join Satya Franche for an evening of meditative chanting that will bring you deeper into the heart-mind connection through the practice of Kirtan (call & response singing).

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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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Nesconset, Donation Class (6/2): Family Tree Yoga & Wellness is proud to host a donation class for Brittany’s Baskets of Hope to raise Down Syndrome awareness and celebrate people of all abilities.

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New Hampton, Advanced Cocktail Class, June 11, 2017 (6/11): $30 includes an interactive, hands-on presentation and lesson from our resident mixologist on how to make a more advanced cocktail, as well as a cocktail to start the day.

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New Hampton, Greystone Stables Schooling Horse Show (5/28): Greystone Stables will be hosting a WHVPHA Schooling horse show on May 28. M&S and TIP recognized as well.

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New Rochelle, Middle School Open House (6/1): Are you still looking for a Middle School for your son/daughter? Inspire Academy prepares students for life by engaging them in real world, project based learning.

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New Windsor, Gas Blowback Day (Memorial Day) (5/29): Come on out and join us for our first ever Gas Blowback Only Day! This will be a day of regular open play with only gas blowback weapons.

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New York, 16th Annual Mamapalooza Outdoor Extravaganza (5/28): Mamapalooza offers music, art, kids’ activities, food vendors, and crafts for mothers and the people who love them at Riverside Park South. Free.

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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 Believe: A Gala to Benefit Autism Services (6/13): QSAC’s annual gala, Believe, raises funds to support our programs and services for children and adults with autism living throughout New York City and Long Island.

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New York, 2017 Benefit (6/3): 2nd Annual Benefit featuring a limited-edition Dyckman Beer brew. Proceeds will support community programs.

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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, 8th Annual Life Preservers Project Summer Fundraiser (6/13): Don't miss the fun at our Annual Summer Fundraiser benefiting GEMS and Project Rhythm.

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New York, 8th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival (5/20 - 6/3): Travel around the world for free, eat, drink, dance, enter our Love Yourself Pavilion and take the stress away. This is a free family festival. So come join us!

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New York, A Night for Our Children: A Little Hope 2017 (6/7): A Little Hope presents an Elegant Evening of Cocktails and Hors d' Oeuvres, Silent Auction & Special Guest Speaker.

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New York, A Night of Worship at Carnegie Hall (6/2): Join us for a magnificent night of praise and worship at one of the most prestigious concert venues in the world. Get your tickets today and share the event with family and friends!

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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, Alec Lytle (6/3): Having spent much of his life in a supporting role for various musicians as a harmony singer and upright bass player, Alec Lytle began his solo music career at the urging of fellow musicians who convi

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New York, Alex & The Kaleidoscope (6/12): Alex & The Kaleidoscope takes children on adventures to fun and interesting places around the world. Songs and wonder are central to each exciting field trip. Animated and live-action music videos rei

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New York, Alex Cruz (6/10): Alex’s true aim is to make the world a better place by bringing depth, love, and joy through music to as many hearts as possible. When music that stems from a place of such humble, selfless authentici

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New York, Ambrosia (6/1): The year is 1970, and four young musicians from the South Bay of Los Angeles, come together to create a new invigorating style of music exploring the possibilities of progressive, classical and world

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New York, Arch Ballet - Hues of Memory World Premiere May 30 - Jun 1 (5/30 - 6/1): Arch Contemporary Ballet, in its mission to launch ballet and music to an inclusive 21st century audience,

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New York, Artist talk with Tadashi Suzuki (Japan) (5/30): The Segal Center welcomes legendary Japanese theatre artist Tadashi Suzuki on his perhaps last visit to the United States.

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New York, Balboa Footwork Frenzy with Lainey Silver (5/30): Lainey will teach her favorite footwork variations and rhythms that are doable on the dance floor.

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New York, Basement Bhangra at SOBs ft. DJ Rekha, DJ Petra, DJ Shilpa (6/1): Please come and join us on June 1st at SOB's. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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New York, Beatallica (6/2): There's a bunch of those, depending on my mood. Folks like Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Lyle Lovett and his Large Band, Kate Bush. Even metal bands get slack for supposedly "selling out" lik

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New York, Ben Zaidi (6/3): Poet-songwriter producing intimate, plaintive songs from a bedroom studio in Seattle.

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New York, Best Friends Pet Super Adoption (6/2 - 6/4): Hundreds of fabulous dogs and cats will be there just waiting to introduce themselves, so you’re sure to find your perfect match.

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New York, Big Apple Barbecue Block Party (6/10 - 6/11): Enjoy award-winning barbecue, cooking seminars, Southern fare, and live rock, blues, and soul at Big Apple Barbecue Block Party at Madison Square Park

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New York, Big Apple Zinfandel Experience (6/7): Billed as the city’s largest single varietal tasting event, Big Apple Zinfandel Experience features 75 wines, appetizers, and an opportunity to meet 20 California Zinfandel winemakers at Union Square

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New York, Billy Dodge Moody (6/5): Since playing along to Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and Nirvana songbooks on guitar at age 11, Billy Dodge Moody has developed a love, passion, and admiration for raw, well-crafted, and emotional songwriti

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New York, Bloomsday (6/16): Actors and writers perform selections written by Joyce during Bloomsday at Symphony Space.

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New York, Blue Note Jazz Festival (6/1 - 6/30): Blue Note Jazz Festival is 100 concerts in 15 venues.

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New York, Book Expo America (5/31 - 6/2): Book Expo America includes 1000 exhibitors, author lectures and autographing events, and publishing-industry sessions at the Javits Center.

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New York, BookCon 2017 (6/3): BookCon is an immersive experience that features interactive, forward thinking content including Q&As with the hottest talent, autographing sessions, storytelling podcasts, special screenings, literar

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New York, Born to Lead: Leadership in a Time of Change (6/15): AWIB’s Annual Born to Lead Conference explores the ways in which Asian women executives have adapted to and thrived when confronted with change. Whether it is domestic or global, change can drive inno

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New York, Brand X (6/8): BRAND X are recognized as true musical pioneers, as they helped create an entire musical genre and influenced a broad spectrum of musicians and bands, from Phish to Dream Theatre. They are unrivaled i

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New York, Bria Skonberg (6/2): Canadian singer, trumpeter, and songwriter Bria Skonberg is described by The Wall Street Journal as one of the “most versatile and imposing musicians of her generation.” Recognized as one of “25 for t

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New York, Broadside Reading Series: Monica Sok and Dawn Lundy Martin (6/2): The Center’s Broadside Reading Series produces 12 limited-edition letterpress-printed broadsides each year, featuring the poetry of New York-based writers of diverse backgrounds.

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New York, Brooklyn Mile: Training Cycle Kickoff (6/1): This is a group practice session for the Brooklyn Mile marking the beginning of a 12 week training cycle in preparation for the event to be held on August 20.

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New York, Buddhagraph Spaceship (6/10): From The Old Time To The Far Side, A Good ole Fashioned Clambake With That Eclectic Jive Sound That Makes You Wanna Get Down.

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New York, Buzzcocks (6/9): There are hardly any bands performing today that genuinely deserve the adjective ‘legendary’. Buzzcocks are one of those very few. Their achievements are staggering: one of the original holy trinity o

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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, Call for Artists - Governors Island Art Fair - Apply Now (6/2 - 6/15): Seeking artists working in Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Installation, Video, & Sound.

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New York, Camila Meza & The Nectar Orchestra at Jazz Gallery! (5/30): *SUPPORT THE PROJECT AND GET YOUR TICKETS THROUGH OUR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN (YOU ALSO GET ALBUM IN ADVANCE!) follow ticket link.

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New York, CAQ Festival and Batizado 2017 (6/5 - 6/11): What do those words mean? Come to the workshops and find out!

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New York, Celebration & Reflection (5/26): Celebration & Reflection features an orchestra and choir performing works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Faure, and Guanais at Carnegie Hall.

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New York, Chad Wackerman (6/16): We also played four shows at Tanglewood, MA. One at Ozawa Hall as a more unplugged type of set, the second with the Boston Pops with John Williams conducting, and the last two with the full band and g

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New York, Chris Kasper (6/16): Chris Kasper is an American songwriter with a style rooted in folk, rock and blues. His music has been compared to everything from Paul Simon to Beck, and draws on inspiration from musical greats such

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New York, Christian Tetzlaff (6/6): For nearly 30 years Christian Tetzlaff has enjoyed a fulfilled concert life performing over 100 concerts each season to audiences worldwide.

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New York, Chuck Ragan (6/10): Simply put, they don’t make musicians like Chuck Ragan anymore. For nearly two decades Ragan has traversed the country and the world—first with his celebrated punk act Hot Water Music and later as a s

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New York, City and Colour (6/10): Known artistically as City and Colour, acoustic/folk singer Dallas Green hails from Ontario, Canada. He was also a member of the folk band Alexisonfire from 2001 to 2012.

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New York, CLE: Advising Clients on Employment Law Matters (6/1): The Hellenic Lawyers Association invites you to join us for our upcoming Advising Clients on Employment Law Matters CLE, being held at Duane Morris on Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 6 pm.

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New York, Columbia Reunion 2017 (6/1 - 6/4): Alumni of all class years can enjoy the benefits of #ColumbiaReunion, including alumni talks, receptions, dancing on Low Steps and more. See you there!

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New York, Corb Lund (6/1): Recorded with his long time band The Hurtin’ Albertans (Grant Siemens on electric guitar and lap steel, Kurt Ciesla on bass and Brady Valgardson on drums), Things That Can’t Be Undone is a self-assure

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New York, Dead Winter Carpenters (6/15): Hailing from North Lake Tahoe, Calif., Americana band Dead Winter Carpenters has built a reputation for pouring their heart and soul into each performance. In just a few years, they have positione

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New York, Decent Criminal (6/10): While blending elements of 90's alternative with surf and power-pop, California's, DECENT CRIMINAL, offer catchy, upbeat songs that mercilessly collide with abrasive and often melancholy undertones, t

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New York, Demons Within (6/1): DEMONS WITHIN was formed as a brutal/groove death metal band in January of 2008.

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New York, Donovan (6/6): DONOVAN was born Donovan Philips Leitch in, Glasgow, Scotland as part of the post-war baby-boom in1946. On April 14, 2012, he will take his rightful place among his peers when he will be inducted into

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New York, Drums Along the Hudson (6/4): Drums Along the Hudson features traditional dance, drumming, crafts, and foods at Inwood Hill Park.

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New York, Dwarves (6/10): Live recordings from Estonian Public Radio make their way into the hands of international audio smugglers and Dwarves fans win again. Impossibly tight, fast and earth shaking these 10 tracks illustra

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New York, Elle Winston (6/13): Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Elle Winston's sound might best be described as a meeting of folk-legend James Taylor & songstress Anita Baker. A deep mixture of jazz inspired soul, with hints of blu

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New York, Emmet Cohen (6/1): Jazz pianist Emmet Cohen has quickly become one of the most in demand jazz musicians in New York. A finalist in both the 2011 Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition and the 2015 American Pian

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New York, Everclear (6/6): It’s been 20 years since Everclear released their 1997 multiplatinum smash So Much For The Afterglow, yet the album remains a beloved fan favorite, and continues to inspire new generations of musician

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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, FAMILY FUN DAY (5/29): A DAY OF FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

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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, Fay Victor, Joe Morris, Reggie Nicholson - Vision After Dark (6/2): Vocalist Fay Victor, guitarist Joe Morris, and drummer Reggie Nicholson perform at the official Vision Festival after party!

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New York, FDNY Phoenix Society Inaugural Dinner and API Heritage Celebration (5/26): FDNY PHOENIX SOCIETY CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO OUR: Inaugural Dinner and Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration

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New York, Force of Nature (5/30 - 6/9): Force of Nature examines how the beauty and complexity of the natural world have inspired fashion designers for centuries.

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New York, Freddie Gibbs (6/12): Freddie Tipton (born June 14th, 1982) a.k.a. Freddie Gibbs is an American rap artist from Gary, Indiana, US, offering complex rhymes with a thuggish element reminiscent of Tupac Shakur, Nas and Bone T

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New York, Free Cooking Workshop (5/31): Please come and join us on May 31st at Healing Arts NYC. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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New York, Friends at the Falls (6/7): Birthed in Mahopac, New York, Friends At The Falls is composed of Jake Stam on vocals and guitar, Matt Montgomery on drums, Don Senese on the keys, Daen Walsh on bass, and Kevin DuBois on lead guitar.

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New York, George Bernard and Nycsingles.com (5/27): A Complimentary Sumptuous Chicken Pasta/Salad Buffet Dinner. Super DU Lou Smith will be on hand to spin the memorable hits of the past while he mixes with the present. Dress jeans OK along with smar

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New York, Gourmet Pizza & Cocktail Social (6/2): trendiest eateries for some summer socializing, a culinary demo, live music, and drinks specially designed for us.

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New York, Governors Ball (6/2 - 6/4): Governors Ball is a three-day outdoor music festival featuring more than 60 acts at Randall’s Island Park.

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New York, Gryffin (6/4): Over the past couple of years, NYC-based multi-instrumentalist and producer, Gryffin aka Dan Griffith, has cemented his path to the international spotlight with his melody-rich style of house music th

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New York, Guest Designer Soirée With Jane Stoddart (6/2): Join us to welcome guest milliner Jane Stoddart on her tour of North America,

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New York, Hail the Sun (6/9): Hail The Sun is a progressive post-hardcore quartet who met in Chico, CA, while studying music technology. The overlap of influences throughout the group has led them to become one of the most dynamic

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New York, Harlem Pride Launch Party (6/1): We have just over two weeks before our Harlem Pride Launch Party. We have an OPEN BAR, Food Buffet, music and dancing ALL Night.

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New York, Have Gun, Will Travel (6/2): Florida’s HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL have a natural instinct for combining folk, pop, rock and classic country influences to create a sound all their own. “Their music has a great energy to it with infecti

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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, Highbridge Voices 2017 Benefit Concert (6/8): Join us on Thursday, June 8th, for a concert celebrating Highbridge Voices’ 19th year of inspiring excellence in the the South Bronx.

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New York, Honey Radar (6/3): "Not sure if it's layered solo work or a group or what, but it's great short pop spasms owing equal debts to early New Zealand's South Island groups and Guided by Voices."

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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, Israel Day Parade Shabbaton (6/2 - 6/4): Join hundreds of high school students from across the country, reconnect with your camp friends, march in the Celebrate Israel Parade on 5th Avenue!

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New York, Italian Restaurant Week (6/2 - 6/9): Best New York Italian Restaurants for Italian Restaurant Week - June 2nd-9th.

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New York, J. Alan Schneider (6/14): New York City is a loud place. Trains & planes, sidewalk arguments & rooftop celebrations -- it's one big rumbling concrete ecosystem. And it made recording Lo & Behold, the debut EP from NH-born, NYC

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New York, Janita (6/8): The buzz and anticipation surrounding Brooklyn-based artist Janita (pronounced YA-nee-tuh) is as unsurprising as it is palpable. Standing room only concerts and sold out festivals have cemented her re

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New York, Jennifer Knapp (6/1): Jennifer Knapp’s beautifully intimate new album Set Me Free puts her uncommon honesty front and center, solidifying her return to a music career set on her own terms. Set Me Free, coming October 14 on

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New York, Jermaine Dupri (6/16): Jermaine Dupri has established a successful career as a hip-hop artist, producer, songwriter, author, and CEO of So So Def Recordings, which he founded in 1989. He has collaborated with artists such a

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New York, John OCallaghan (6/9): John O'Callaghan is an artist, producer, DJ and an internationally respected name in the world of Electronic music. O’Callaghan or 'JOC' as his army of fans have dubbed him, has long pushed the bound

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New York, Jonah Smith (6/10): Jonah Smith is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter that is based in Los Angeles, CA. He pulls from the deep well of American blues and many of its offshoots, including soul, country, and folk. Sm

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New York, Jungle Rot (6/1): Shots’ firing overhead, out of breath, thankful to be alive, an exhausted, courageous soldier takes cover in a nearby trench. Overcome with tragedy, the cadet looks down to carefully remove his worn d

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New York, Justice and Peace Revival! (6/3): Liberation scripture, dance and spoken word, singing and drum. On this weekend that Christians celebrate the Holy Spirit, be inspired to witness for justice for Deborah Danner, Mohammed Bah...

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New York, Kafkas A Hunger Artist (6/1 - 6/14): Once cheered by thousands, the Hunger Artist is now forgotten by everyone except his one-time manager.

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New York, Kasador (6/7): Kasador (Will Hunter, Cam Wyatt, Boris Baker, Nick Babcock, Angus Fay) are a 5-piece indie rock band from Kingston Ontario. Born out of a university town, Kasador brings the energy of a party to the s

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New York, Killiam Shakespeare (6/2): Killiam Shakespeare is a critically acclaimed music collective based in Philadelphia. The band is led by Steve McKie and Corey Bernhard – both seasoned musicians and producers whose status as artists

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New York, Laura Reed (6/3): South African born, Nashville and NC based singer/songwriter Laura Reed has become a global success story with her seductive, signature vocal style, her thought-provoking lyricism, and powerhouse live

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New York, Laurence Juber (6/8): Laurence Juber is a two-time Grammy award-winning acoustic guitarist, also known for his electric work as lead guitarist in Paul McCartney's Wings. He has released 19 acclaimed solo albums which featu

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New York, Lazer Lloyd (6/10): Lazer Lloyd is a singer/songwriter/guitarist and an international recording artist influenced by Americana, rock, blues, gospel, folk, country, southern rock, and the great guitar traditions of power

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New York, Leota Sample Sale! (5/22 - 5/27): Join us at the Leota showroom and shop your favorite styles for crazy deals! We will have sizes XS-4L and a wide selection of Contemporary, Full Figure, and Maternity Styles. The sale will be held 8-6

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New York, Lines West (6/2): Bridgeport, CT based post-Americana/Indie-pop band that has been described as "Simon and Garfunkel fronting Wilco or The Band".

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New York, Lisa Loeb (6/6): Lisa Loeb (born March 11, 1968) is an American contemporary folk and rock singer-songwriter and musician, hailing from Dallas, Texas, U.S.

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New York, Lisa Loeb (6/7): Lisa Loeb is a singer/songwriter, producer, touring artist, actor, author and philanthropist who started her career with the platinum-selling number (or No.) 1 hit song, “Stay (I Missed You)” from the

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New York, Lower East Side Festival of the Arts (5/27 - 5/29): Lower East Side Festival of the Arts features dance, film, music, poetry, theater, and visual art at the Theater for the New City.

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New York, Lupe Fiasco (6/3): A decade after Lupe Fiasco exploded onto the hip-hop scene with his seminal 2006 debut Food & Liquor, the Chicago native is closing the chapter on his career with his most visualized projects yet. The

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New York, Make Cool Embroidery Wall Art (6/2): Why stick with store-bought home prints? Your space deserves a decorative touch that’s totally you!

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New York, Marvins Room (6/8 - 8/27): Marvin's Room on June 8 - August 27, 2017 at American Airlines Theatre

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New York, Memorial Day Brunch & Happy Hour (5/29): Heated Outdoor Beer Garden, Indoor Beer Hall, Bar

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New York, Memorial Day Eve - Singles Meetup Mingle Mixer (5/26): Don't feel like hanging out in bars among a bunch of recent college grads or wasting time weeding through online dating profiles. You've been there, done that and want to find your mature match who is

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New York, Metropolitan Orchestra (6/6): With a total membership of over 40 players we strive to present a quality, musical experience to our patrons. The CMO has also had the privilege to invite internationally recognized artists, such as D

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New York, Metropolitan Orchestra (6/3): The Metropolitan Festival Orchestra (MFO) is Singapore's only fully-independent professional symphony orchestra. With its roots in the acclaimed Singapore Festival Orchestra, resident orchestra of the

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New York, Moonchild (6/2): Voyager’ is the third full-length album from LA’s Moonchild, whose candid style of soul and new-school jazz has propelled them onto a swirling, emotionally charged journey of the heart. Since 2014 the

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New York, Nancy Borowick LIVE - Photo Brigade Podcast (6/2): Join award-winning Guam-based photojournalist Nancy Borowick for a live Photo Brigade Podcast.

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New York, Napoli, Brooklyn (6/9 - 9/3): Napoli, Brooklyn on June 9 - September 3, 2017 at The Laura Pels Theatre

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New York, National Puerto Rican Day Parade (6/11): Billed as America’s largest demonstration of ethnic pride, the National Puerto Rican Day Parade goes joyously up Fifth Avenue from 44th to 79th.

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New York, New York City Bourbon Bash (6/10): Sample 8 one-ounce servings of bourbon in 8 venues at New York City Bourbon Bash for age 21+.

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New York, Nicholas Ryan Gant (6/2): Nicholas Ryan Gant is a New York based singer/song writer/vocal composer from Phoenix, Arizona. His love for music was discovered in the church at an early age. Nicholas began cultivating his gift at

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New York, Nick Lowe (6/9): Somewhere in London a musician carries the keys to the musical kingdom. In Nick's Technicolor sonic scope are all kinds of sounds, from rock to country to soul to pop. Nothing is off limits, as long a

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New York, Noah Gundersen (6/10): For Noah Gundersen, the past few years have brought about immense growth and change, both as an artist and as a young man grappling with issues of identity and independence. It should come as little s

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New York, NYC Salt Photography Show: We Dont Have to Yell to be Heard (5/30): Salt students present photography projects entitled "We Don't Need to Yell to Be Heard" featuring photo essays about issues surrounding the 2016 Presidential Election.

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New York, Olli Hirvonen (6/5): Winner of the Socar Montreux Jazz Electric Guitar Competition 2016, Olli Hirvonen is a Finnish electric guitarist currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Fluent in various styles from jazz to rock to more ex

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New York, Otep (6/12): Otep Shamaya's music is formed from the poetic marrow of creative intercourse. Art for art's sake. She was signed to Capitol Records in 2002 after only 5 shows, without a demo, and strictly on the pow

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New York, Out by 10: Music & Stories: LAUGH YOURSELF SILLY: June 9 in NYC (6/9): Watch 3 Hilarious storytellers + musicians in an intimate venue in NYC -- Cover includes FREE wine + Pretzels

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New York, Passport to Taiwan Festival (5/28): Passport to Taiwan Festival features night-market foods, teas, Taiwanese crafts, and aboriginal music and dance in Union Square Park North. Free.

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New York, Phil Gammage (6/2): Originally from Houston, Texas and currently living in New York, Gammage co-founded post punk legends Certain General and toured both the U.S. and Europe with the band. Moving on to explore his musica

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New York, R/V Neil Armstrong in New York (5/24 - 5/26): WHOI is the world's largest private, nonprofit ocean research, engineering and education organization.

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New York, Republican Hair (6/6): The information age rendered our protagonist comatose. When he awoke, he was gifted with a quirky pop songwriting sensibility, acerbic wit, and a morbid fascination with pop culture fallout from 1980s

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New York, Riesling Without Borders - A Noble Grape for Noble Causes (6/14): June 14th for the 2nd annual Riesling Without Borders Grand Tasting and Dinner at the Golden Unicorn Restaurant in Manhattan featuring over 175 Rieslings from around the world to benefit Wheeling Forw

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New York, River to River Festival (6/14 - 6/25): Attend 50 cultural performances and events at River to River Festival, including dance, film, music, poetry, theater, and visual arts

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New York, Rob Townsend (6/16): I'm Rob. I write songs and sing them. I'm 28 years old, 6 feet 2 inches, and 155lbs.

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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, Sean Jones Quartet (6/1): Trumpeter Sean Jones has revealed himself as among the most immensely expressive, versatile and gifted players of his generation. With each new project, the Warren, Ohio native has peeled back another

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New York, Serge Devant (6/4): New York resident Serge Devant is turning heads. Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Damian Lazarus and Hot Since 82 have already acknowledged that there’s a new and extremely impressive producer on the scene, and

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New York, Signature Book Club (6/1): Please come and join us on June 1st at Signature Theatre Company. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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New York, Soapbox 2017 (5/31): SOAPBOX is The Laundromat Project’s spirited and art-filled annual benefit.

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New York, Soho International Film Festival (6/1 - 6/8): See great films from around the world at the Soho International Film Festival at Village East Cinema.

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New York, Sound Bites 4.0 (5/29): CONNECTED (book, music & lyrics by Alanya Bridge) is a poignant through-composed musical that deals with love and loss, heartache and heartbreak.

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New York, Stephanie Quayle (6/14): Stephanie Quayle captures the heart of storytelling as she offers the genre a fresh sound, relatable storylines and an invigorating presence that is unmatched in today’s musical spectrum. Fans can exp

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New York, Sunset Boulevard on Broadway (5/24 - 5/28): Glenn Close returns as Norma Desmond,the role that earned her a Tony Award for Best Actress.

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New York, Tenzin Choegyal with Jesse Paris Smith, and Friends (6/2): Together they will weave a gorgeous tapestry of sound that is both mesmerizing and radiantly warm.

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New York, Terence Blanchard (6/11): Trumpeter/band leader/ film scorer Terence Blanchard is the epitome of an artist who's made good choices. One of the distinct voices in the post-Miles Davis and Wynton Marsalis era, he has moved from

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New York, The 2017 Cheryl Diamond NYC 5K SCHLEP: Breast and Ovarian Cancer Run / Walk (6/4): The NYC 5k Schlep Breast & Ovarian Cancer Run / Walk is a qualifying 5k race. Breast and ovarian cancers are the most common cancers afflicting women in the United States and Israel.

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New York, The Amazing Fleet Week Scavenger Hunt (5/28): This hunt celebrates our military as they descend upon New York City for this traditional week kicking off Memorial Day weekend! Each member of the winning team receives a New York City gift package.

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New York, The Bloody Muffs (6/8): The Bloody Muffs make dirty pretty. Formed in NYC in 2009 (although the history goes back a little further), Bryan Defiance, Jessica Carmen and Kat Kaos, quickly gained notoriety with the release of t

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New York, The Convalesence (6/12): The Convalescence is a Death Metal/Deathcore band from Toledo,OH that has recently signed to 3Thirteen Entertainment Group/eOne Music to release their newest full length album titled "Poison Words".

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New York, The Diller-Quaile String Quartet Concert #3 (6/8): Ensemble-in-Residence of The Diller-Quaile School of Music, the Diller-Quaile String Quartet was founded by Philip Hough in 1988. The Quartet performs a free concert on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 7:30

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New York, The Governors Ball Music Festival 2017 (6/2 - 6/4): A three-day, multi-stage music festival on Randall's Island in New York City on June 2-4, 2017

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New York, The Great Randall’s Island Treasure Hunt (6/10): All ages can learn how to use a map and compass, and follow clues to find island treasures at The Great Randall’s Island Treasure Hunt south of Icahn Stadium.

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New York, The Green Festival (6/10): The Green Festival has exhibitors, an organic food court, a sustainable beer and wine garden, a kids eco-fun zone, and a yoga pavilion at Javits Convention Center.

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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 Loisaida Festival (5/28): The Loisaida Festival is a family friendly event with music starting at noon, shows, and vendors on Losaida Avenue, plus a kids’ parade. Free.

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New York, The Negroni (6/5): This Italian-inspired drink is one of the world's most celebrated cocktails. In this class, we'll teach you how to make the perfect Negroni along with two fun variations: the White Negroni and our ve

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New York, The NY Cake Show (6/10 - 6/11): See extraordinary decorated cakes and visit vendors at The NY Cake Show at Pier 36. Classes and a Saturday off-site cocktail party are at additional cost.

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New York, The Portal to Dreams (5/19 - 6/8): This collection of artists features three painters of the human form: one who creates psychological studies using expressive brushstrokes, one who constructs bodies out of geometrical shapes and tempe

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New York, The Prism Quartet (6/4): Intriguing programs of great beauty and breadth have distinguished the PRISM Quartet as one of America’s foremost chamber ensembles.

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New York, The Rally (6/16): Join community activists, organizers, politicans, and more for this unprecedented moment in our history. Take a stand, show up in force, and make your voice heard in this re-imagined Rally experience.

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New York, The Suitcase Junket (6/1): Swamp-yankee music. The Suitcase Junket is Matt Lorenz's internationally touring, throat-singing, slide guitar playing one-man-band

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New York, The Woggles (6/9): “For two decades, The Woggles have marched forth from Georgia like Sherman in reverse, leveling nightclubs with their hip-shaking, windshield-steaming garage rock fusillade” (Austin Chronicle). From s

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New York, The Woodsheep (6/8): The sound from the mountains of Appalachia has long been swelling at its banks, on the verge of spilling over the confines of folk and electronic music convention. Andrew Preston and Austin Tackett –

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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, The World Over (6/12): The World Over is led by front-woman Tiaday Ball, granddaughter of Ernie Ball (world renowned creator of Music Man guitars and Slinky Strings). With post-hardcore roots from their first record, "Rampa

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New York, Trillion Bubble Party (6/11): A magical bubble battle! Bring bubble toys, bubble generators, and bubble solution. We will meet, fill our bubble blasters and pull the trigger! This event has attracted thousands over the years at fa

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New York, Tucker Woods (6/3): Honing in on vintage rock & roll blues vibes and channeling a modern british wave movement, Tucker Woods delivers a raw and dynamic sound. Hurd's impressive songwriting, vocals and guitar skills, mixe

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New York, Union Square Slam Presents: OOMPA (5/30): *Mark your calendars: the last Tuesday of every month will feature a local musical performer.*

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New York, Upper Hudson Whitewater Weekend (6/2 - 6/4): If snow melts into the rivers then we’ll just follow and ride it there. Enter – Whitewater Rafting Season.

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New York, Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit (5/27 - 6/4): Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit features 120 artists on the sidewalks of University Place, May 27-29 and June 3-4.

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New York, We Used to Cut the Grass (6/1): We Used to Cut the Grass is an enigmatic experimental ensemble performing both original and adapted contemporary/classical music. The group, led by bassist, thereminist, hand sawist and composer Cody

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New York, Wheeler Walker, Jr. (6/6): I'm a country legend/I'm the Pussy King New album "Ol' Wheeler" out June 2nd. Pre-order on iTunes now. Here's the link: smarturl.it/Ol-Wheeler

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New York, Wine Tasting! Seven Falls Cellars Merlot (5/31): Guests of the New York Hilton Midtown are invited to join us for Wine Tasting Wednesdays! This month we're featuring Seven Falls Cellars Merlot

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New York, Wine Tour de France 2017 Sun-kissed Sips: A Summer Rosé Tasting (6/13): Taste some of France’s top rosés with Wine Enthusiast's Managing Editor Joe Czerwinski. One of the most food-friendly wines in the world, rosé also offers a style for every palate. Learn how terroi

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New York, Womens Reading of Megillat Rut (6/1): Sixth Street women read Megillat Rut. Cheesecake and mimosas to follow.

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New York, World Science Festival (5/30 - 6/4): Attend 50 world-class lectures, films, and events on science and innovation at World Science Festival.

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New York, World Without Parkinsons: A Look Into the Future (6/1): Join us for a cutting-edge scientific event marking the 200th anniversary of James Parkinson's, "A Shaking Palsy."

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New York, Zane Lowe (6/4): Grammy nominated Kiwi producer, songwriter, broadcaster and DJ Zane Lowe has always stood at the forefront of music and culture, making artist discovery and intimate interviews his trademark. Now at t

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New York, Zombies Wanted For Munchies! The Film Shoot (5/28 - 5/29): We are filimg a promo video for the feature film Munchies!

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New York, ZviDance Benefit Party (5/30): ZviDance is hosting a party of dance, dancing, food and drink, in support of ZviDance's newest creation, LIKE, premiering November 8th at New York Live Arts.

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Newburgh, 10 Year Anniversary of Pentagrama Musical (5/27): Please come and join us on May 27th at Hudson Valley Hotel. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Newburgh, Murder at the Speakeasy PRIDE OF THE HUDSON Dinner Cruise (5/26): Three hour Cruise aboard the Pride of the Hudson includes Murder Mystery Show performed by the Murder Cafe and Buffet Dinner. Ship departs Blu Pointe Landing, Front Street, Newburgh.

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Newburgh, Newburgh Illuminated Festival 2017 (6/3): All day festival spanning several streets. music, art, and heritage. Vendors, live music and entertainment on multiple stages, kids activities, world of food, art shows and more!

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Northport, A Party With a Purpose! (5/30): Join us for an amazing evening of theatre and dance with a social voice!

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Nyack, Finding Inner Peace: Meditation & Discourse (6/2): The core of Baba's teaching is: People are suffering because they have forgotten the liberating Truth of who they are.

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Nyack, La Cage Aux Folles Performance to Benefit Candle (5/31): CANDLE is celebrating its 35th Anniversary in 2017! Join us as we commemorate this special milestone with a benefit performance of La Cage Aux Folles at the Elmwood Playhouse in Nyack.

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Nyack, Nyack Memorial Day Parade & KSC Concert (5/29): Free hot dog and soda are available to kids. Vendors for food, soft drinks, gifts and more will be there.

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Nyack, Tender Steps of New York, Inc.s 4th Annual Fundraiser Event (6/11): Please join us at our 4th Annual Fundraiser which will be on Sunday, June 11, 2017!

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Patchogue, Live Music with Moe Greene (6/2): Were back at BobbiQue with 2 sets of sweet tunes celebrating the music of The Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, Phish and many more.

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Peekskill, Dare to Dream Concert at Paramount Theatre (5/30): Concert by Svet Music, the Electro Hip Hop Violinist from NBC’s hit series America's Got Talent.

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Peekskill, Dare to Dream Concert- Featuring Svet (5/30): Svet is one of the most profound and unique acts of today; A hip hop/electro violinist who is globally recognized from his appearance on NBC’s America’s Got Talent and is the most well known for his i

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Peekskill, Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot: Celebrating the Music of Billy Joel (6/3): Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot- Celebrating the Music of Billy Joel. Michael DelGuidice, a well known, world class, respected, Long Island multi-instrumentalist. He is backed by one of the most dynamic an

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Pine Island, Restorative Yoga Teacher Training w/Jenese Martinez (6/2): Learn the art of observation and support through the practice of Restorative Yoga.

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Purchase, Catch the Spirit! Summer Gala to Benefit Childrens Non-Profit Friends of Karen (6/2): Help to support families with a critically-ill child in the NY Tri-State area by attending the Summer Gala, "Catch the Spirit!" to benefit the North Salem based non-profit, Friends of Karen.

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Riverhead, Riverhead Mosaic Street Painting Festival (5/28): This beloved annual fun-for-the-whole-family festival includes street painting on East Main Street, live music and entertainment, children's activities, drumming, dance, festival food, and more

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Ronkonkoma, Retro Palooza 8 (6/1 - 6/4): Pj Raceway will hold Retro Palooza 8, June 2017. We hope you can all make this great Retro event!

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Seaford, Breakfast with the Smurfs and Trolls (5/28): Join us for breakfast with Papa Smurf and Smurfette and Poppy and Branch !!

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Sparkill, Numerology 101 & WINE! (6/2): Join Tim Rothschild, Nondual Kabbalistic Healer, philosopher, numerologist, broadcaster and writer for an evening dedicated to our mathematical world where everything is named and numbered.

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Staten Island, Band Together for Michael Packer (6/3): Hey Everyone, "Band Together" is still on. It will now be a day of celebrating the life and music of Michael Packer.

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Staten Island, SIST Audtions: KING LEAR (6/2 - 6/3): Callbacks will immediately follow on June 3 from 3:30 to 6:00pm.

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Staten Island, Staten Ireland Irish Fair (6/10 - 6/11): Staten Ireland Irish Fair has two stages of traditional Irish music and dance, festival food, an Irish marketplace, and a kids’ area on Staten Island.

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Tarrytown, Juke Joint and The Tarrytown Horns back at the SET BACK INN (6/2): Come celebrate Spring, graduation, and all good things with good friends and music at our favorite local bar.

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Uniondale, Ledisi (6/10): Ledisi, also known as Ledisi Anibade Young is an American R&B singer, songwriter and recording artist from New Orleans, U.S.

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Valhalla, Burger and Beer Blast (6/8): Burgers, beer, music, wine, spirits, food trucks and the best grilling this side of the Hudson River all come together at Westchester’s ultimate block party!

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Valhalla, Grand Tasting Village (6/10): The signature event of the Wine & Food Festival, the Grand Tasting Village features tastings from 50+ local restaurants and more than 200 wines & spirits.

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Valley Stream, Echo Black (6/2): Formed by front-man Danny Blu in 2015, Echo Black is a pop|rock|industrial band based in New York City. Drawing on the differing influences of each unique member, Echo Black sets out to make evocative

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Valley Stream, Generation Empty (6/2): Formed from the cesspool of Philadelphia; Generation Empty stands a singular force, demanding a revolution in a jaded world that has been intellectually deteriorated by chemical lobotomies and social

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Wading River, SASI Blue Party (6/8): This star studded event will be a night to remember and will benefit SASI (Suffolk Aspergers/Autism Support & Information) which aids children and families across Long Island who are affected by autis

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Wantagh, Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach State Park (5/27): United States Air Force Thunder Birds will be performing their Precision Demonstration over the Atlantic Ocean in front of the shores of Jones Beach.

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Wantagh, Daya (6/3): Daya, a 17-year-old high school junior, is a singer-songwriter from Pittsburgh, PA. Music has been central to her life since starting classical piano at age 3, moving to jazz piano at age 11, and find

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Wantagh, Martin Garrix (6/16): When Martin Garrix’s smash ‘Animals’ topped sales charts in late 2013, it felt like a watershed moment for EDM, and marked the beginning of the then-seventeen-year-old talent’s remarkable career.

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Wantagh, Sean Paul (6/16): Currently, Sean Paul tops the charts with Cheap Thrills collaboration with pop star Sia; the song has also been nominated for Party Song of the year for the Teen Choice Award. The toaster is also topp

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Wantagh, Shaggy (6/3): With a commanding presence, a distinctive voice that is recognizable throughout the world and titles such as artist, businessman, philanthropist and Grammy Award winner, Shaggy is and has been a force

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Wantagh, Tinashe (6/16): Tinashe does everything on her own terms. The stunning 21-year-old singer, songwriter, and performer arrives with a distinct and dynamic vision of R&B punctuated by hip-hop attitude, pop flavor, rock

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Warwick, Farm to Fork Fondo - Hudson Valley (6/10 - 6/11): Ride through the Black Dirt farming region at this unique cycling event featuring farms, local food and farm festivities. Prices based on packages and levels of participation.

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Warwick, Paddle Board Fitness Class - Reserve through Pedal Power (5/31): Curious about Paddle Board fitness? Looking for a fun way to stay fit all summer? Paddle your way to a fitter, healthier you!

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Warwick, Woodcut Print Exhibit (5/18 - 5/29): A woodcut is an image drawn on and carved into wood.

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Westbury, Chuck Negron (6/16): Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night has been captivating audiences for over five decades with his iconic vocals, unique humor and brilliant storytelling. His catalog of hits are timeless and app

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Westbury, Johnny Mathis (6/3): Born September 30, 1935 in Gilmer Texas, Johnny Mathis grew up learning songs and dance routines from his father, Clem Mathis, a vaudeville veteran. Moving with his family to San Francisco, Johnny beg

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Westbury, LATCP 5th Annual Golf Outing (6/5): Let All The Children Play Foundation’s 5th Annual Golf Outing Monday, June 5, 2017 at the Eisenhower Park Red Course (Field 7) Breakfast & Registration at 7:30 A.M.

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Westbury, Stephanie Mills (6/2): Stephanie Mills has one of the most distinctive voices that has helped earn her Legendary status in music history. Show love to the "Princess Lady of Soul"

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Westbury, The Cowsills (6/16): The real-life inspiration behind the hit television series The Partridge Family, The Cowsills -- were one of the biggest pop acts of the late '60s.

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White Plains, An Evening with Westchesters Taste Makers (6/9): Experience Westchester cuisine like a celebrity at the most exclusive event of the Wine & Food Festival.

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White Plains, June Jazz for the Gardens (6/8): fundraiser by the Woman's Club of White Plains for the gardens restoration

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White Plains, Thrift Shop in White Plains : The Thrift Shop provides clothing and other items at bargain prices for the community

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Yonkers, Fundraising Dinner (5/28): The fundraising dinner is in aid of the rehabilitation and resettlement of women and children who are survivors of the Boko Haram terrorist attacks in Northeast, Nigeria.

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Yonkers, Furbridge - Days of Power Screening - Ridge Hill Cinema (6/1): This film is a thriller with the main message shining a spotlight on puppy mills and that people should adopt, not shop for their companion animal.

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