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Ballston Spa, GottaGetGon Folk Festival (5/24 - 5/26): A Family-friendly Folk Music Festival

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Auburn, Majorpalozza (5/26): Come sample food, wine, cider, spirits & craft beer from restaurants, wineries & breweries plus live music acts on the main stage, a 5K race, a children's race & exciting family fun.

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Buffalo, Totally Buffalo Festival (5/25 - 5/26): This expanded festival will now be two days of action-packed fun for the entire family!!

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Brooklyn, Cub Sport Live In Concert @ Knitting Factory - Brooklyn, NY (5/23): Cub Sport is coming to Brooklyn! The trans-dimensional genre-queer pop group released their self-titled, third studio album earlier this year, debuting at the coveted #1 position on the Australian

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New York, Harlem Jazz Series - Alex Layne (5/21): The Harlem Jazz Series - presenting Alex Layne on May 21, 2019, @ 12 pm at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church in Harlem. Price: $15

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Coxsackie, The Marvelous Wonderettes (5/25 - 5/26): "The Marvelous Wonderettes" is a fun musical with songs of the '50s & '60s. Dinner & Show tickets are $40 each and are available at Pegasus on online at www.upstageproductions.org. Reservations are

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New York, The PrimaDonna Reeds at The Bitter End - 5.24.19 (5/24): The PrimaDonna Reeds will rock The Bitter End with new original songs from their upcoming CD, Glitter Girl on May 24th at 9:30 PM. $10

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New York, 10th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival (6/1): The 10th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival is one of the most awaited festivals celebrating New Yorkers’ diverse cultural traditions through music, dance, art, food, fashion, new tech and more.

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Astoria, Family Fun at Rainey Park! (6/2): Central Astoria LDC is Proud to bring you, "Family Fun at Rainey Park!" Come join us for a day of Family Fun!! There will be Face Painting, Balloon Art, Planting Crafts, Children's Performances and

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Huntington, Huntington Village Art Walk (6/9): A self-guided tour of the new exhibits at the museums and galleries, in the Village of Huntington, New York.

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Warrensburg, Woods Walk and Artisan Market (6/1): Guided walks about trees, mushrooms & herbal remedies. Artisans: wooden ware, pottery, quilting, soaps, forest art and greeting cards. Demos & activities: dowsing, master gardener, carving, mushrooms

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Lenox, <$200/day - Weekly 5 Day Scientific Fasting & Meditation Retreat, Improve memory & Health.. : Less Than $200/day, Sunday - Friday: Reclaim Clarity and Rebuild Self Immune System: Can you get dramatic health benefits from a modest adjustment in how you eat? A clinically-proven regimen that mimi

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Lenox, The Art of Lucid Dreaming Workshop (7/5 - 7/14): The Art of Lucid Dreaming Workshop with Dr. Andrew Holecek

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Newton, Summer Solstice 5 Mile Trail Run and 5K (6/22): Summer Solstice 5 Mile Trail Run and 5K/10K will be on June 22nd, 2019 Friday 5:00pm at Kittatinny Valley State Park in Newton, New Jersey.

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Albany, Anne Diggory: All in a Days Work (4/6 - 8/18): Artist Anne Diggory paints nature's multiple expressions in the context of both contemporary and historic approaches, such as the Hudson River School.

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Albany, Dinner and a Movie Featuring My Girl (5/25): Last Saturday Dinner and a movie April 27th Featuring “My Girl” at 7pm We are showing the 90’s classic “My Girl” at 7pm for our last Saturday of the month Dinner

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Albany, Family Storytime (6/1): Join WMHT for a storytime about gardens and gardening. Watch an animated version of the story "Two Old Potatoes and Me" and plant a tomato and a petunia to take home.

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Albany, Frenship (6/1): Frenship is an American electropop duo, consisting of James Sunderland and Brett Hite.

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Albany, Hanzolo at Lost and Found Albany (5/31): Hanzolo is back ALBANY! Come out and enjoy some soul filled original songs, fun and funky covers — all of which will make you move. See you there!

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Albany, Just For The Health Of It (6/1): Just For The Health Of It! is the Capital Region West Indian Association's inagural health fair and wellness festival!

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Albany, Madelaines Hair Salon Is Having a 5th Anniversary! (6/1): Please join us in spirit as we celebrate our 5th anniversary and we are so thankful for all our clients continued support!!

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Albany, Mookie Wilson Meet & Greet (6/1): Tickets will be available online March 22nd at 10 am!

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Albany, Patio Launch Party! (5/24): Join us as we shake away the last of Spring and kick off Summertime.

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Albany, Preserving Your Family Heirlooms (6/1): From photographs to textiles and furniture, many families have mementos of the past that they cherish and want to preserve for the future.

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Albany, The Revolution Ball (6/1): Open Mic (Sounds of a Revolutionary) – Revolutions were birthed from dance, songs, and other forms of expressions.

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Albany, The Ultimate Challenge (6/8): We would Like To Thank All American Sports, Frank Rogers, Terry Bradford, and The Albany Empire. Without them, this would not be possible.

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Alexandria Bay, Grape Blossom Festival at Thousand Islands Winery (5/25): The 2019 Grape Blossom Festival is back! What a great way to kick off your summer!! The annual festival includes an artisan and craft market, live music, food, and weather permitting, hayrides.

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Alpine, The Tomahawk GNCC (6/1 - 6/2): The world's top off-road motorcycle and ATV racers will take on the 4th annual Dunlop Tomahawk GNCC.

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Amityville, Songs In The Attic:The Music of Billy Joel live at The Warehouse (5/31): A musical tribute to Billy Joel by Long Island veteran singer/piano player David Clark!

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Astoria, Family Fun at Rainey Park! (6/2): Central Astoria LDC is Proud to bring you, "Family Fun at Rainey Park!" Come join us for a day of Family Fun!! There will be Face Painting, Balloon Art, Planting Crafts, Children's Performances and

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Astoria, Glow Party (I Need A Break Night) (5/25): Need a break? Date night? Need to run an errand? Bring your kids to ACD Playspace for some fun. We will have, crafts and storytime along with Play!

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Astoria, MATTN (6/1): At 26 years old, and driven by a relentless hunger for dance music, the mysterious MATTN is ready to make a serious name for herself, having already made a mark as one of the hottest young female arti

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Astoria, Minglewood Residency at The Quays Pub (6/1): Astoria Music Collective presents: Minglewood "Residency" at The Quays Pub, Astoria NY!

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Astoria, The Astoria Park Carnival! (6/5 - 6/9): Central Astoria Local Development Coalition Proudly Presents.... The 2019 Astoria Park Carnival!! From June 5th - June 9th In the Astoria Park Parking Lot!

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Astoria, The Storrs Objection: Wellness (5/29): New York’s best comedians try to stay focused while being cross-examined and fact-checked during their sets.

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Auburn, Joanne Shenandoah (6/1): Joanne Shenandoah, Ph.D., is one of “America’s most celebrated and critically acclaimed Native American musicians of her time”, Associated Press.

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Auburn, Majorpalozza (5/26): Come sample food, wine, cider, spirits & craft beer from restaurants, wineries & breweries plus live music acts on the main stage, a 5K race, a children's race & exciting family fun.

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Babylon, Childrens Fancy Tea at the Conklin House (6/2): Join us for our first ever Children's Afternoon Tea at the historic Nathaniel Conklin House featuring savories & sweets (and tea of course) along with a Mad Hatter craft compliments of the Babylon Vil

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Babylon, Relay for Life of North Babylon (6/8): Relay is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path.

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Baldwinsville, Master Gardeners 7th Annual Plant Sale (6/8): Reasonably priced perennials, annuals, herbs, ferns, shrubs, houseplants, vegetables, native plants and native seedlings will be available.

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Ballston Spa, 40th Annual Saratoga Antique Bottle Show & Sale (6/2): The Show serves as the Museums chief annual fundraiser and is attended by dealers and collectors from across the United States.

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Ballston Spa, GottaGetGon Folk Festival (5/24 - 5/26): A Family-friendly Folk Music Festival

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Basom, INWR Youth Fishing Derby (6/1): Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge Annual Youth Fishing Derby is back again! Join INWR and friends for a day of fun and fishing at Ringneck Marsh on Oak Orchard Ridge Road.

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Bayside, Live Emo Night with Under the Covers (5/25): Under the Covers - Covering all your favorite Emo & Pop Punk Hits from the 90's and 00's.

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Beacon, Hike and Learn: Hudson River History and Current Threats (6/8): Join the Riverkeeper Young Advocates Council and Outdoor Fest for a 4-mile, 3-hour hike of Mount Beacon to the fire tower.

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Bellmore, L&A Team Fundraiser (6/2): L&A Team Fundraiser is on June 2nd atGovernor's @ The Brokerage Comedy Club in Bellmore, NY.

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Bellmore, Strawberry Festival (6/1 - 6/2): Come join us for a free family shopping event! A unique destination where consumers can interact with and buy directly from the source, featuring Long Island's finest vendors selling their personally

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Binghamton, Best OF Both Worlds A Gemini Extravaganza (5/24): The Best Of Both Worlds A Gemini Extravaganza on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 10:00 PM.

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Binghamton, Lisa Bodnar and Whistlegrass in Binghampton, NY (6/1): Lisa, Dann, Leo, Shawn, Brendan and Kiera converge on Cyber Cafe West's amazing stage to rock all night long playing songs off the upcoming record as well jams of classic original material.

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Binghamton, Lucky 7- CDA 7th Annual Recital (6/1): General Admission Ticket Sales begin May 1st.

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Brentwood, Bras For a Cause 2nd Annual Gala Dinner and Dance (5/31): Our fundraising efforts enable a program designed to provide temporary assistance to women and men while they are in active treatment to pay for medical bills, assist with housing costs, utilities and

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Brewster, 27th Annual Birds of Prey Day (6/2): Celebrating 27 years of Green Chimneys’ famous annual tradition dedicated to children, the environment and magnificent birds of prey.

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Briarcliff Manor, Old Mill Singers Spring Concert (5/31 - 6/1): Old Mill Singers Spring Concert, May 31st & June 1st at Clear View School in Briarcliff Manor, NY.

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Bronx, 2019 Co-op City Community Fair (6/1): The Annual Co-op City Community Fair and Caribbean American Heritage Month Celebration will be held on the Section 1 Greenway on Saturday, June 1, 2019!

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Bronx, Bronx Pride Festival / Kid Cody Live! (6/1): KID CODY will be performing his new music @ this amazing event ! GO TO TIDAL TO LISTEN TO his new single M.A.R.S

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Bronx, Coop City Little League 50th Gala (5/25): Co-op City Little League is proud to host the 50th Gala in honor of our 50th year in Little League Baseball!

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Bronx, Decorate with the Fairy Godmother of Cake!! (6/1): You will take home a 6 pack of your very own designed cupcakes, a goodie bag filled with decorating tips, coupler, and a disposable piping bag so you can practice at home.

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Bronx, INVINCIBLE, A Glorious Tribute To Michael Jackson (5/25): INVINCIBLE, A Glorious tribute to Michael Jackson has the world’s most amazing and authentic Michael Jackson impersonators!

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Bronx, Screening + Q&A: Detroit 48202 (6/1): Blamed for the devastation but determined to survive, the community offers creative solutions to re-imagine a more inclusive and equitable city.

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Bronx, Sip, Paint & Sing (6/1): It’s Exactly this, Sip wine, or teas and coffee and Sing Karaoke with your favorite songs.

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Bronx, South Bronx Indigenous Festival (6/1): A Celebration of Traditional & Contemporary Native Performing Arts in partnership with Taino storyteller Bobby Gonzalez & Garifuna Coalition.

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Bronx, Stepping Up Shabbat (5/31): A very special service in which we honor our children and their accomplishments with a stepping up Shabbat.

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Bronx, Vigil ~ Bronx ~ Meditation (5/25): Join us for our first vigil in hopes of reaching community members and finding some new organizers in the Bronx area.

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Brooklyn, 2019 New York Annual Conference WIM Installation Service (5/31): Get Ready! We need everyone to mark their calendar for the New York Annual Conference WIM Installation Service which will be held on Friday, May 31, 2019 @ 7pm.

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Brooklyn, 2nd Annual Unplugged Fundraiser (6/1): THE 2ND ANNUAL UNPLUGGED FUNDRAISER FOR THE CHILDREN AT THE SCHOOL OF MASSON-SION, HAITI!

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Brooklyn, 5th Anniversary Celebration! (6/1): I can hardly believe it, but June 1st marks our fifth year in business!

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Brooklyn, A Wake in Providence (5/24): A Wake in Providence are vile enough to make sewers look clean, and vicious enough to tear the still-beating heart out of the listener's chest.

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Brooklyn, Alex Kennon (5/25): Already making serious waves with productions on labels like Rebellion, Crosstown Rebels and Saved, Alex Kennon has always been surrounded by great music.

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Brooklyn, Allinor (6/9): Originally from Ghana, West Africa, Allinor has always been influenced by the music of his motherland as well as his deep roots in spiritual music.

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Brooklyn, Another Astronaut (5/24): Another Astronaut started out as a high school talent show band in 2008 with intentions of being just a brief project.

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Brooklyn, Archspire (5/24): Yet ARCHSPIRE set out to take the sound to the next level from the start as their debut album ‘All Shall Align’ (2011) made clear, which immediately received critical comparison with the scene’s spear

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Brooklyn, ArtLinks 4: A Multi-Disciplinary Exhibition (5/24): Twenty-three artists working together to create one unending chain reaction of creativity.

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Brooklyn, Bass Physics (5/25): Arja Adair, aka Bass Physics, is a Denver based musician/producer who has one objective in mind: to spread positive vibes through the power of music.

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Brooklyn, Belle-Skinner (5/31): Belle-Skinner (aka Maria Brosgol) is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer from New York.

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Brooklyn, Bells Atlas (6/1): Soulful noise pop, inspired, propellent psych pop… Trying to nail down the sound of Bells Atlas is a bit like narrating the inner workings of a kaleidoscope – where it's more about tripping out than n

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Brooklyn, Black Crown Initiate (5/24): Progressive death metal Black Crown Initiate have proven themselves to be that band in 2014.

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Brooklyn, Black Feast: Crowns (5/31): A vibrant and celebratory four-course plant-based meal created by and dedicated to Black artists, featuring the work of artist Alisa Sikelianos-Carter.

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Brooklyn, Bluebeats (6/8): By combining strong vocals and rock-solid rhythms with original songs and Jamaican classics, The Bluebeats have been making fans whenever they perform

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn Take Steps (6/2): No one should have to deal with the fear, uncertainty, and pain of Crohn's Disease and Ulcertive Colitis.

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Brooklyn, Brooklyn Take Steps Walk (6/2): Join the Brooklyn Take Steps Walk on 6/2/2019!

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Brooklyn, Bucky Hayes (5/31): Singer/songwriter from Brooklyn (by way of Georgia).

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Brooklyn, Carroll (5/25): Philadelphia's Carroll, one of the most colorful, carefully honed acts in indie rock, are many things: young, vibrant, contemplative.

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Brooklyn, CC&TheBoys (5/24): Country Blues Southern Rock Party Band. We keep country rowdy and every party a little backwoods. Come find us... bring tequila.

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Brooklyn, Celebrating the 2019 Lambda Literary Awards Fiction Finalists (5/31): Join us for a reading with 2019 Lambda Literary Awards fiction finalists, David Jackson Ambrose, Katrina, Carrasco, Nona Caspers, Jennifer Natalya Fink, and Emily Strelow.

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Brooklyn, Chunky Pillow - Friday Afternoon Workshop (5/24): Take the afternoon off and kick start your weekend with us. Make a Chunky Pillow using your hands to knit.

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Brooklyn, Coco Verde (5/31): Coco Verde is the Brooklyn based indie rock band fronted and formed by New York via Detroit musician, Julian Anderson.

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Brooklyn, Cold Wrecks (5/24): The band is the result of far-too-long-lasting friendships. Singer-songwriters Craig and Mike started playing in bands together in the tenth grade, with CJ joining up shortly after.

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Brooklyn, Community Bike Rides: Pride Ride (6/1): June is World Pride Month and we are partnering with the Brooklyn Community Pride Center to celebrate! Join us as we ride to Brooklyn Heights for an LGBTQ+ walking tour.

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Brooklyn, Craft in Focus Festival 2019 (5/19 - 5/20): The Craft in Focus Festival will be making its return to New York, and taking place Saturday, May 18 to Monday, May 20, 2019.

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Brooklyn, Cub Sport Live In Concert @ Knitting Factory - Brooklyn, NY (5/23): Cub Sport is coming to Brooklyn! The trans-dimensional genre-queer pop group released their self-titled, third studio album earlier this year, debuting at the coveted #1 position on the Australian

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Brooklyn, Dead Meadow (6/7): Dead Meadow formed in 1998 with Jason Simon on vocals and guitar, Steve Kille on bass, and Mark Laughlin on drums.

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Brooklyn, Dommengang (6/7): Dommengang’s music is expansive and driving. The band’s songs are propelled by Brian Markham, Adam Bulgasem and Sig Wilson.

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Brooklyn, Drug Bug (6/1): Drug Bug began in 2014 as the solo recording project of New York City-based artist and programmer Philip Anastassiou.

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Brooklyn, Elysian Fields (5/31): The duo formed in 1995 and will release their 7th full-length "Last Night On Earth" in 2011.

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Brooklyn, Emily Mure (5/31): Emily Mure is a classically informed, smoky-voiced singer-songwriter.

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Brooklyn, Fat Heaven (5/24): Brooklyn's Finest Punk Band

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Brooklyn, Five Points Festival (6/1 - 6/2): Five Points is a celebration of designer toys, art, comics, craft beer, food and counterculture.

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Brooklyn, Flatbush Avenue Street Fair (6/2): Join us on Sun. June 2, 2019 from noon to 6:00 p.m. on Flatbush Ave. from Parkside Ave. to Cortelyou Rd. for DJs, delicious food, carnival rides, raffles, & lots of shopping. Rain or shine.

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Brooklyn, For Lack of a Term (5/24): We're For Lack of a Term an alt-rock 5 piece band out of NYC.

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Brooklyn, Free - Marine Day at Prospect Park (5/25): The U.S. Marine Corps will host Marine Day at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, May 25, from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

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Brooklyn, Future Teens (5/25): Future Teens started as a joke, and perhaps appropriately, the band played their first show in a sweaty basement while a Fourth of July barbecue raged outside.

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Brooklyn, Gareth Emery (5/31): Gareth Emery has been one of dance music’s most exciting musicians, record producers, and DJs over the past decade.

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Brooklyn, Gentle Temper (5/24): Gentle Temper is the Boston-based ocean folk duo with a blues tide.

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Brooklyn, Halfsour (6/1): halfsour are a rock band.

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Brooklyn, Have Media Dreams? Make Them Happen Here! (5/25): Hello there, Future Media Mogul! BRIC is the where media dreamers become media makers!

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Brooklyn, Heal Thy Self : Rising Into Higher Self Naturally (5/26): In this workshop, reiki master, emotional intelligence expert, and empowerment coach will bring you on a journey of empowerment and up-leveling.

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Brooklyn, Hot Knife (6/1): We are a punk rock band from Brooklyn, NY w/members of Static Radio, Spanish Gamble, & Candy Hearts.

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Brooklyn, Hot Mulligan (5/25): Hot Mulligan may have been born in this green giant, but they escaped its clutches shortly after high school to beat pavement and their own neuroses-at the same time.

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Brooklyn, Huxley (5/25): As a DJ, Huxley is someone as comfortable headlining a vast festival stage as he is holding down a small and sweaty basement.

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Brooklyn, Inspecter 7 (6/1): Breaking onto the scene with their own innovative new Ska sound, INSPECTER 7 is a American Ska band formed in 1992 in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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Brooklyn, Karen & the Sorrows (6/8): Queer country trailblazers Karen & the Sorrows have been featured in Billboard, WNYC’s The Takeaway, and Rolling Stone, who described them as “Dolly Parton fronting Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers.”

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Brooklyn, King Buffalo (6/1): King Buffalo is a psychedelic trio in the classic format of bass, drums, and guitar, whose expansive and thunderous music is anything but easily definable.

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Brooklyn, Lara Ewen (5/24): Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Lara Ewen tells stories, most of which are true.

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Brooklyn, Launch of New York Music Coop! (6/1): You're invited to our Launch Party for the New York Music Coop! Sat. June 1st, 2019, 8pm @ Brooklyn CenterStage.

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Brooklyn, Little Boots (6/8): Victoria Christina Hesketh (born May 4th, 1984), A.K.A. Little Boots, is an electro-pop songstress from Lancashire, UK, known for her powerful soprano voice and use of a Stylophone in her performances

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Brooklyn, Lola Pistola (6/1): Currently based in Brooklyn, the Puerto Rican musician has been crafting a more raw, acoustic-inspired sound joined by personal verses within multi-layered atmospheric melodies.

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Brooklyn, Marvel Years (5/25): Cory Wythe, the producer and guitarist better known as Marvel Years, has found a welcome place for himself within the increasingly popular glitch-hop / electro-soul dance music scene.

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Brooklyn, Melissa Mcmillan (5/31): Melissa McMillan is a jazz/R&B vocalist and songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY.

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Brooklyn, Melting point americana band (5/25): live bluegrass/folk/country/blues/rockabilly/folk-rock/americana w/calvin s. bennett and thomas (tj) jordan.

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Brooklyn, Mike Saint-Jules (5/31): Most would agree that it only takes a few minutes of exposure to a live performance by Mike Saint-Jules to be moved by his presence and the atmosphere he so naturally creates.

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Brooklyn, MIPO 8th Annual Power of Partnerships, Scholarships and Hall of Fame Gala (5/26): Please join us and our distinguished 2019 honorees at our Annual Power of Partnerships, Scholarship and Hall of Fame Gala.

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Brooklyn, Mira Fahrenheit (5/24): Mira draws from all corners of the dance music world to create a funky, sexy, and playful experience for her listeners.

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Brooklyn, Miwa Gemini (5/24): I have been playing music ever since I can remember.

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Brooklyn, Mofongo (6/1): An Art Party Fundraiser for UPROSE

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Brooklyn, Music As Medicine: Community Sing & Concert (5/31): In this workshop you will learn basic vocal techniques to empower your voice in community singing environments.

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Brooklyn, Nerveshatter (6/8): This is NERVESHATTER. Reanimated from the ashes of Rattling Cages (07-10) sometime in 2013. Debut, self-released, full length album entitled Madhouse, due out digitally on January 9th, 2018 on all pla

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Brooklyn, New Myths (5/24): A New York power trio with a synth rock/post punk/pop sensibility, NEW MYTHS is the collaboration of Brit Boras (guitar/lead vocals), Rosie Slater (drums/vocals), and Marina Ross (bass/vocals).

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Brooklyn, Night of Elegance (5/26): Tickets: $60 per person, $100 per couple

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Brooklyn, Nora en Pure (5/25): Nora En Pure is the deep house & indie dance music sensation that is rippling through the sonic sphere with her beautiful blend of electronic beats.

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Brooklyn, NRUSF The Race to the Top: The Dorine Robles Scholarship Awards Brunch (6/2): The Dorine Robles Scholarship Awards Brunch” is a brunch event geared towards honoring two NYC high school students with a one-time scholarship award for their academic achievement and dedicated to pu

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Brooklyn, Organ Dealer (6/8): As vicious and aggressive as ever, Organ Dealer continue to solidify themselves as an unstoppable force in the world of grindcore as they continue to push the boundaries of extreme metal.

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Brooklyn, Out of the Box Festival & Mercadillo at OWP (6/1): Join One World Project on June 1 from 10am to noon for our Out of the Box Festival & Mercadillo.

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Brooklyn, Peter More (6/1): You may have heard Austin-based Peter More’s music produced by Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen, live on tour with Grace Potter, or supporting Leon Bridges in their hometown of Fort Worth, Texas.

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Brooklyn, Phantom Wave, Echo Moth, Mitten (6/1): Catch Phantom Wave, Echo Moth, Mitten on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 8:30 PM.

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Brooklyn, Pop Show: The Festival (6/1): Pop Show: The Festival is on June 1st.

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Brooklyn, Quicksilver Daydream (5/24): Quicksilver Daydream is the gothic folk alias of singer-songwriter Adam Lytle.

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Brooklyn, Raskahuele en New York (5/31): Rockass Online Music Presents: RASKAHUELE From LA at The Kingsland on Friday, May 31, 2019.

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Brooklyn, Remember Sports (6/1): It took more than two years for all of the pieces to come together for Remember Sports’ forthcoming third album.

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Brooklyn, Robert Earl Thomas (5/24): Another Age, the debut album from Robert Earl Thomas, avoids inhabiting these clichés even as it embraces their personal influence, distilling plucky observations and reveries into something both univ

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Brooklyn, Sandcatchers (5/24): Featuring original music by Fruchter inspired both by maqam and the Appalachian trail, Sandcatchers is a beautiful collaboration of sound and souls.

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Brooklyn, Scott Ruth (5/31): Scott Ruth is an American singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, CA.

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Brooklyn, Snana Yatra Mahotsava (6/1): Please join us on Saturday June 1st, 2019 to celebrate the Snana Yatra Festival of Lord Jagannath. Special Darshan of Lord Jagannath in the Hathi Vesa will be at 7:00pm.

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Brooklyn, Spring-a-ling brunch (5/26): Brunch 11am-4pm DAY party 4pm-8pm

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Brooklyn, Stay Inside (5/24): Genre post-hardcore

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Brooklyn, Sunday Storytime: Crab Cakes with Andrea Tsurumi (5/26): Under the sea, a crab follows its heart and its calling, bringing everyone together in the wake of a disaster.

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Brooklyn, Sycarian (5/24): Sycarian is a metal band from Hudson County New Jersey established in 2013.

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Brooklyn, Taj Weekes & Adowa (6/9): Taj Weekes & Adowa unite a vibrant diversity of sounds with thoughtful, lush arrangements and a finely honed penchant for telling poetic tales of hardship and hope.

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Brooklyn, Tal Wilkenfeld (5/31): This new album's 10 song collection displays the Australian-born, LA-based musician as a talented vocalist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer.

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Brooklyn, Tap+Cork (5/25): A block party-style beverage festival featuring craft & small batch brands next to some known favorites. Amazing food & great music keeps your belly full and your feet moving.

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Brooklyn, The Elevator Operators (5/24): Going Up! The Elevator Operators have the button of the lift pushed to the 1960s rock 'n roll floor.

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Brooklyn, The Golden Grass (5/26): THE GOLDEN GRASS is free-wheelin, good-time rock and roll band.

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Brooklyn, The Good Life Festival (5/25): The Good Life [arts + wellness] Festival

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Brooklyn, The Happy Fits (6/1): The resulting music produced a youthful and chaotic frenzy of catchy melodies and raw instrumentals. When the band recruited professional gamer Luke Davis to join the band on drums, The Happy Fits wer

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Brooklyn, The Jungle Giants (5/24): Listen to The Jungle Giants third studio album Quiet Ferocity and one thing becomes clear: they've found their sound.

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Brooklyn, The Katmint Comedy Jam Fundraiser (5/31): Come and enjoy a night of good laughs for a great cause. Friday, May 31st, 2019 join us for the funniest show right here in Brooklyn.

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Brooklyn, The Marcus King Band (6/7): Songwriter. Guitarist. Singer. Bandleader. At only 23 years of age, Marcus King has been writing songs, performing onstage for half his lifetime and fronting his own groups for nearly a decade.

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Brooklyn, The Paisley Fields (6/8): Paisley Fields are a queer country band, unapologetic about pushing boundaries and seeking inspiration in the unexpected.

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Brooklyn, The Roller Wave X Navy Wavy: Presents Teen Night at Empire!!! (5/25): Teen Night at Empire a 2000's inspired roller disco brought to you by Navy Wavy and Roller Wave NYC. please come dressed exactly as you would during that era.

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Brooklyn, The Young Novelists (5/31): The Young Novelists are a Toronto-based band fronted by husband and wife Graydon James and Laura Spink.

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Brooklyn, Tim Kuhl (6/1): Tim Kuhl is a drummer, composer, and producer from Brooklyn, known best for his work with Sean Lennon’s The GOASTT and with Margaret Glaspy.

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Brooklyn, TOKiMONSTA (6/7): Jennifer Lee, better known by her stage name TOKiMONSTA, is an American instrumental hip-hop/ electronica artist from Los Angeles, California.

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Brooklyn, Two Hip Latinos: Martin Urbano & Steven Castillo Do 30 Minutes of Stand-Up (5/31): Steven Castillo (SNL) and Martin Urbano (Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central) are two hip Latinos, who will make you laugh.

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Brooklyn, Up From Here (5/24): Four piece pop-punk hailing from Tampa, Florida.

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Brooklyn, Viceroy (6/8): Viceroy is a DJ/Producer out of San Francisco, California who has championed Summer as his musical vibe.

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Brooklyn, Virvum (5/24): VIRVUM was founded by Gruhn and Berger in 2007.

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Brooklyn, Women’s Ministry Annual Prayer Breakfast (5/25): Women’s Ministry Prayer Breakfast is scheduled for Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 9:00am. Donation Adults $20. Children 12 years of age and under $10.00.

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Brooklyn, Yasser Tejeda & Palotré (5/24): Originating in Dominican Republic and now based in NY, Yasser Tejeda and Palotré is a group that is redefining the Afro Dominican Jazz genre.

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Brooklyn, Young Rochelles (6/1): The Young Rochelles were born in Long Beach, New York in January 2013.

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Brooklyn, Zachary Cale (5/24): Zachary Cale is a NYC based songwriter/musician originally hailing from the small town of Enon, Louisiana.

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Buffalo, 1-Day Makers Workshop: Beads, Beads & More (5/24): We will be making beads that can be used for making bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Methods will be hand sculpting, rolling, layering, and even a pasta machine.

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Buffalo, 2019 Komen Western New York MORE THAN PINK Walk™ (6/8): Fundraise today to help reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths by 50% in the U.S. by 2026.

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Buffalo, Art & Architecture Tour (6/1): On this two-hour artistic tour you will hear the interesting stories behind many of the mausoleums, sculptures and statues that grace our beautiful grounds.

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Buffalo, Ballpark Meat Raffle (6/1): Head to Sahlen Field on Saturday, June 1 the Ballpark Meat Raffle, presented by Consumer's Beverages and to benefit Kids Event Tickets.

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Buffalo, Beer for Cats (5/31): In order to make sure that our shelter cats are healthy, safe, and cared for, it is really, really crucial that you come to our 11th Annual Beer for Cats fundraiser and drink beer.

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Buffalo, Blessthefall with Palisades, Slaves (5/24): 5:00PM Doors | $18 adv | 16+ with ID (under 16 with adult)

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Buffalo, Boards & Brunch (6/1): Join us for DIY and Drinks!! Come make a unique, completely custom pallet sign. Choose from one of our pre-made designs or let us help you create one!

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Buffalo, Book Launch: The Beauty of Authenticity (5/31): Get your very first look at, "The Beauty of Authenticity" and find out what fuels Paula's passion for life at this special book launch.

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Buffalo, Buffalo Marathon 2019 (5/26): The full and half both use a common start and finish line less than 900 feet apart, ending directly in front of the Buffalo Convention Center where the expo and post-race party are held.

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Buffalo, Buffalo Pride Festival Parade 2019 (6/2): Join us for a vibrant celebration of Buffalo’s LGBTQ+ culture, history and community!

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Buffalo, Buffalo Stories (6/1): Road Less Traveled Productions (RLTP) is excited to announce its fourth annual fundraiser: Buffalo Stories.

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Buffalo, BuffaLoveFest 2019 (5/31): Eat. Drink. Show your BuffaLove. Enjoy good times with the animals and sip, savor and shop with our 50+ food trucks, beer and wine bars and artisans showcasing what makes our city great.

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Buffalo, Charles E. Burchfield, Home on My Bicycle (4/12 - 7/28): In August of 1920 Charles E. Burchfield wrote in his journal about riding on his bicycle from his hometown of Salem, to Irondale, Ohio.

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Buffalo, Chill Sitar Vibes at Revolution Gallery (5/24): Join Joseph Mahfoud (guitar), Naryan Padmanabha (sitar), and Nancy Baun (cello) for an evening of chill, mellow vibes

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Buffalo, Cooper N Bartenders Comeback Revival! (5/31): Lets welcome back some of our favorite bartenders for a special one time comeback!

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Buffalo, Crossroads Bluesfest (6/8): Hot blues music to help fight teenage homelessness in Western New York.

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Buffalo, Entertaining Mr. Sloane (6/7 - 6/30): Themes of murder, nymphomania and sadism bubble just below the surface of this scandalous black comedy penned by Joe Orton whose works have shocked, outraged and amused audiences since the early 1960’

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Buffalo, Flea Market (5/25): Join us to find your Treasures!

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Buffalo, Humble and Human: An Exhibition in Honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. (2/2 - 5/26): The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, in partnership with the Detroit Institute of Arts, is proud to present Humble and Human, an exhibition in celebration of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.

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Buffalo, JazzBuffalo Presents Singers Revue Night! (5/31): Enjoy a night of hearing three vocalists perform a variety of jazz and cabaret styled vocals. From jazz standards to jazz vocalese, a night to remember.

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Buffalo, Muse & Motion Art Class @BrowzStudio (5/25): This class is a major stress buster! A track list has been selected to push your creative juices into motion and get the ideas flowing.

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Buffalo, Primary Series and Conference (5/25): Join us for led primary series and conference. All are welcome. Best to have some yoga under your belt.

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Buffalo, Release the Doubt & Make Your Dreams a Reality (5/25): This workshop is for women of all ages to come together, share, learn, and release the fears holding them back.

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Buffalo, Scarlet Begonias performs the Music of the Grateful Dead (5/31): Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the "Summer of Love" and Get your Groove on with Scarlet Begonias.

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Buffalo, Slim Chance at Taltys Tavern (5/25): We're back - one of S. Buffalo's most unique music venues - on Saturday 5/25/19 night - Always a great time - fantastic bunch of people & plenty of suds

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Buffalo, Tav Falco - Panther Burns (5/26): Equal parts primal rock ’n’ roll, hill country blues & avant-garde art, Tav Falco's Panther Burns aren't just music ... but a state of mind.

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Buffalo, Temporary Distortion: The Illusion & The Aftermath (6/7 - 6/8): This performance by Temporary Distortion unfolds slowly over the course of six-hours for a meditating audience.

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Buffalo, the #notwhite collective (4/5 - 6/7): #notwhite collective is a group of 14 women artists elevating the stories of the others. Those who do not fit neatly in the consensus boxes, neatly in cultural categories.

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Buffalo, The seat next to the king (6/7 - 6/29): In 1964, a white man walks into a public restroom in a Washington, DC park looking for sex. The next man who enters is a black man.

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Buffalo, Totally Buffalo Festival (5/25 - 5/26): This expanded festival will now be two days of action-packed fun for the entire family!!

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Buffalo, Victor Shanchuk, Chemical Light (4/12 - 7/28): The exhibition brings together two exceptional examples of his work that illustrate his deep commitment to experimentation and production and connects to the work of those he influenced.

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Buffalo, Waaaagh BBQ and Beef and Wing Prep Day (5/25): Come on down to Heart of the Game and ready yourself for the Beef and Wing, get some practice before the big tournament and more importantly enjoy a cookout hosted by Ben.

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Buffalo, WIG(walking in grace) Walk (5/25): Family friendly fundraiser walk to support all cancer types.

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Carmel, Sing Me A Story Cabaret (5/31 - 6/1): Join us at our "coffee house" for a night of stories and songs performed by our very talented cast of actors and singers.

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Chatham, The 7th Annual Hudson Berkshire Wine & Food Festival (5/25 - 5/26): Explore these family-owned farms and businesses and taste their hand-crafted wines and spirits.

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Chester, Chester Kiwanis 5K Race (5/25): Join us for a popular and competitive race/walk and a healthy start to your holiday weekend.

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Cohoes, Mandalas on Vinyl (6/1): If you missed this class the first few times, you won't want to miss it this time. We are shakin' it up and recycling old Vinyl Records for our creations!!

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Cooperstown, Hall of Fame Classic Weekend (5/25): The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will salute the start of the 2019 summer season with this Cooperstown tradition, Hall of Fame Classic Weekend!

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Corning, Colorful Sail (6/1): No artistic talent needed because we show you step by step how to complete your 2 hour masterpiece.

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Coxsackie, The Marvelous Wonderettes (5/25 - 5/26): "The Marvelous Wonderettes" is a fun musical with songs of the '50s & '60s. Dinner & Show tickets are $40 each and are available at Pegasus on online at www.upstageproductions.org. Reservations are

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Dobbs Ferry, Weir Tour (5/25): Meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center & view a short film about the Aqueduct. The Weir is nearby on the Double Arch Bridge.

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East Durham, East Durham Irish Festival (5/25 - 5/26): East Durham Irish Festival is returning for its 42nd year with the announcement of the exciting 2019 artist line up with the very best in Irish Rock and Traditional bands.

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East Greenbush, Tru Heart Inc.s 1st Annual JimBowl Fundraiser (6/2): Tru Heart is raising money for our Jim's Way scholarship fund, which will help support local youth financially as well as with training and advocacy, as they continue in their education after high sch

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East Hampton, Water Views Festival (6/2): Celebrating and preserving the East End’s most valuable asset

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Elmira, Common Time – Potpourri of Music (6/1): Common Time will perform a “Potpourri of Music.”

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Elmira, Twelve Angry Jurors (5/17 - 5/26): On a hot summer afternoon in a New York courthouse a jury must decide whether or not to reach a guilty verdict and sentence a 19-year-old to death. In this seminal American jury room classic, jurors d

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Fair Haven, Sera Bullis (6/7): Sera Bullis is a two time SAMMY (2018 Syracuse Area Music Award for Best New Artist and Best Pop Album) winning singer/songwriter from Syracuse, New York who is so proud to be a part of the local musi

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Fairport, Fairport Brewing Company Cowtipper 5k (5/25): Join us for our annual Spring run, the Cow Tipper 5k! Start with a flat & fast 5k along the Erie Canal and finish with a free drink (beer or Timbucha) on the beautiful deck at FBC!

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Far Rockaway, Return to the Rockaways! (6/1): By popular demand Jack of Clubs will return to the Community House to perform even more of your classic rock favorites. See you there!!

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Farmingdale, Iron Sights Motorcyle Ride and Benefit Party (6/2): This event is hosted by the Iron Sights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. Any all bikes are welcome, no need to be club affiliated.

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Flushing, Appreciation Party on De Water (5/26): YOU ARE INVITED TO THE BEST APPRECIATION YACHT PARTY WITH CLASSCATERERS BY PATORAH!!!!!

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Flushing, Queens Community Interfaith Dinner (5/25): The Flushing Interfaith Council and historic St. George's Church will be hosting our next Interfaith Potluck dinner.

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Freeport, New Birth 5th Anniversary Concert (6/1): New Birth Christian Ministries, and their pastor, Rev. Dr. Larry McCord, is celebrating its 5th Anniversary as a church with a wonderful gospel concert.

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Garden City, Cradle-Con 2019 (6/1 - 6/2): The Cradle of Aviation is proud to present an event that is a pure celebration of all things comic book culture.

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Geneva, Geneva Music Festival, Pre-Season Special Concert: World ATLYS (5/24): Let ATLYS take you on a voyage around the globe! Using the string quartet as a blank canvas, these four women will present Strum by Jesse Montgomery.

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Ghent, DON JUAN or THE LIBERTINE (5/24 - 6/9): One of Don Juan's greatest escapades

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Hillsdale, Party in the Park (6/8): The Board of Trustees of the Roeliff Jansen Community Library Invites You to Our Tenth Annual Gala.

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Holbrook, Eithermore (5/31): Eithermore, newly formed in the summer of 2017, sticks to their alternative rock roots while maintaining listening accessibility.

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Hopewell Junction, Family Fun Day (6/1): Family Fun Day ! Presented by Brielle Grace Breast Cancer Foundation

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Huntington, Huntington Village Art Walk (6/9): A self-guided tour of the new exhibits at the museums and galleries, in the Village of Huntington, New York.

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Ithaca, Southern Lake (6/1): Time to sign up, show up, sip up & paint!

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Ithaca, The Cherry Blossoms Gala (6/2): Help celebrate our second year in the wonderful Cherry Artspace and launch us into an exciting next season.

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Ithaca, The Frog Prince Marionette Show (6/8): The princess makes a promise to a lonely frog for his help. Now he wants to drink from her golden cup, eat from her golden plate and sleep on her golden pillow – gross!

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Ithaca, Tribes (6/2 - 6/23): Billy, born deaf into a fast-talking, academic family, was never taught sign language.

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Jamaica, Iftar Dinner and Desi Social : New York (5/31): Desi Party in Manhattan is thrilled to announce our next desi feast at Mirch in New York! Very fine crowd in Modern and elegant atmosphere on a special night of Ramadan.

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Jamaica, Sip & Bead Party! (6/1): Please join Onipa Abusia & The Dinizulu Cultural Arts Institute for hours of creativity, relaxation and fellowship as we create unique pieces of jewelry.

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Katonah, Alls Well That Ends Well (5/31 - 6/9): A fun night of energetic performances, romance, and laughter.

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Katonah, Antiques & Artisan Fair (6/2): Along with antiques, the show will feature skilled artisans who create beautiful objects in many media, including wood, pottery, jewelry, and textiles.

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Katonah, Connecting to Collections: The Art of Dining (5/26): It wasn’t until the late 18th century that dining rooms began appearing in American homes, and with their advent came a need for new types of furniture.

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Kingston, Pancake Breakfast before Ride to The Anderson Center for Autism (6/1): Join us for a pancake breakfast before we head over the river to our friends at the Anderson Center for Autism!

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Lake Grove, Smith Haven Mall Carnival (5/30 - 6/9): This family-friendly event features circus thrill shows, midway rides, games and fair food. Free parking, admission and circus shows. See website for pre-sale ride wristbands and coupon savings.

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Latham, The Legend of Georgia McBride (5/31 - 6/29): Back by popular demand, the hit play about a smalltime Elvis impersonator who comes under the wind of a self-proclaimed grand dame of drag, who's guaranteed to leave him "all shook up.

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Lewiston, Dueling Pianos At BBC (5/31): Join us at BBC for a night of music, drinks and fun.

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Liverpool, Syracuse Take Steps Walk (6/8): Join the Syracuse Take Steps Walk on 06/08/2019!

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Long Island City, Jackknife Comedy: 5 Year Anniversary Show (6/1): Jackknife Comedy is a rad monthly stand up show the first Saturday of every month at The Creek and The Cave in Queens.

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Long Island City, MOOD (6/9 - 9/8): MOOD features the work of 2018–19 artists in residence Allison Janae Hamilton, Tschabalala Self, and Sable Elyse Smith.

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Long Lake, Youth Fishing Contest (6/1): The Long Lake Fish and Game Club Youth Fishing Contest will be held at Jennings Park Pond sponsored by the Long Lake Fish and Game Club. The pond is stocked with trout in the early spring.

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Mahopac, CBC Ladies Brunch (6/1): OUR PURPOSE: To bring people to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and to train them to be fully devoted followers of Christ. MISSED A WORSHIP SERVICE? Get the sermon her

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Mahopac, MHS Boys Lacrosse Booster Club - BINGO Fundraiser (5/31): A great night of Yetis, Bags & Balls bingo to support Mahopac High School Boys Lacrosse!

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Malone, Malone Comic Con 2019 (5/25): The event will showcase both local and larger known artists and writers in comics, young adult fiction, and superheroes.

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Manorville, 2019 John Brower Jr Foundation Spring Golf Outing (6/7): Join us for the second John Brower Jr. Foundation Golf Outing! John Jr. loved golf, so what better way to honor him and raise money and awareness than through a beautiful day of golf.

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Monroe, Zerbini Family Circus at Museum Village (5/24 - 5/27): The Zerbini Family Circus will be here again under the big top tent! Come see jugglers, aerialists, high wire acts, camels, clowns & more! This is a fun event for the whole family!

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New Hyde Park, Herricks Community Center Carnival (5/30 - 6/2): Enjoy midway fun for the whole family with rides and games for all ages and favorite fair food. Free admission. Visit the website for coupon savings on rides and food.

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New Rochelle, New Rochelle NYC Come See Me (6/1): New Rochelle New York join me June 1st as I spin the best of Freestyle Music and 80’s Music. This will be an Epic Night.

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New York, 10,000 Maniacs (5/24): One of the most critically acclaimed bands of the last three decades, 10,000 Maniacs were founded by Robert Buck, Dennis Drew, Steven Gustafson, John Lombardo and Natalie Merchant in the fall of 1981.

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New York, 10th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival (6/1): The 10th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival is one of the most awaited festivals celebrating New Yorkers’ diverse cultural traditions through music, dance, art, food, fashion, new tech and more.

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New York, 2019 Walk to Cure Arthritis New York, New York (6/2): Whether you’re an arthritis warrior yourself or care about someone who is, sign up and WALK to CURE Arthritis.

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New York, 8-Track Throwback: Record-Shelf Hits in Raucous Harmony (5/31): Featuring Dan Pardo on piano, Matt Scharfglass on bass, Tony Romano on guitar, and Emma Ford on drums.

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New York, A Bell Awakened (6/1): YNYC Women's Ensemble

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New York, A Musical Meditation: Seeking Your Center in C with Roy Eaton (5/26): An original arrangement of themes by Bach, Joplin and Bill Evans to accompany your meditation.

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New York, A Night of Country Under City Lights (5/31): Join three-time Grammy Award winner Jennifer Nettles for a night of country music at Alice Tully Hall.

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New York, A.J. Croce (6/2): According to Willie Nelson, “A.J. Croce has wisdom beyond his years. With his music, he represents his generation with a profound sense of honesty in his lyrics and quality in his delivery.

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New York, Abigail Dowd (5/24): They are who we are. And for singer/songwriter Abigail Dowd, they are more than who she is; they are what she does.

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New York, Acoustics under the Stars (6/1): Come down to McDermott's Pub in the Neck, A Place where time does't matter, as we take over the outdoor patio and rock the night away with an amazing outdoor #acoustic set!

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New York, Alexander The Griot and Friends featuring Velez - Tribute to Prince (6/1): Alexander The Griot and Friends featuring Velez - "Tribute to Prince" on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 8:00 PM at Ashford & Simpson's Sugar Bar.

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New York, Alexisonfire (6/8): Alexisonfire (formed in 2001) is a Canadian post-hardcore five-piece rock band, known for their use of both clean and screamo vocalists, hailing from St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada.

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New York, Ali Mcguirk (5/31): "Slow Burn, the debut album from stirring songstress Ali McGuirk, possesses the kind of intense introspection usually reserved for artists twice her age.

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New York, Among Others: Photography and the Group (5/31 - 8/18): Composed chiefly of works in the Morgan’s collection, this exhibition explores how photographers have represented the bonds uniting people, whether in group portraits or in serial imagery.

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New York, Amy Ray (5/25): Amy Ray’s progression as a singer/songwriter has taken her up and down all of the switchback trails of the South, from the dive bars of Saturday night to church on Sunday morning, with some coffeehous

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New York, Andrew Bailie (5/26): Andrew Bailie is an American songwriter, singer and guitarist.

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New York, AOS End of the Year Competition & Award Ceremony (6/1): Join us for our end of the year competition where teams from Art of Stepping will go head to head for the top team in the network.

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New York, Arthur Ray X Frandie (5/31): Featuring: TEV, TWELVE E, OSOM STRETCH & DJ RICH KIDD!

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New York, Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection (5/24 - 1/12): This full-rotunda exhibition celebrates the institution’s extensive twentieth-century holdings through the intervention of six contemporary artists.

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New York, As If: Alternative Histories from Then to Now (4/12 - 7/28): The works in multiple mediums in this exhibition offer examples of how we might reimagine historical narratives in order to contend with the traumas of contemporary life.

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New York, Athan Hilaki (6/7): Athan Hilaki is a Singer, Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist (Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Piano, Ukulele, Harmonica, Percussion).

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New York, Augusta Savage: Renaissance Woman (5/3 - 7/28): Artist Augusta Savage (1892–1962) overcame poverty, racism, and sexual discrimination to become one of America’s most influential 20th-century artists.

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New York, Auguste and Alden (6/9): Auguste and Alden are a New England based sibling duo, accompanied by drums to make them a strong unique power trio.

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New York, Baile Noir: Cabana Party (5/24): A Belly Dance Soiree by BrennSelle

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New York, Banda Magda (6/1): Led by greek-born singer, accordionist, film scorer and composer Magda Giannikou, Banda Magda moves from baiao to jazz manouche, from Greek dance rhythms to samba beats.

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New York, Bassjackers (5/31): DJ, Marlon Flohr, and producer, Ralph van Hilst, who together form Bassjackers, are perfectly in sync as a duo.

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New York, Befriending the Enemy Liberating Yourself from Shadow Projection (6/1): In difficult times, and in challenging relationships, do you label others as the enemy? Join Polly Young-Eisendrath to discover how to work with your shadow energies and projections.

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New York, Beginner Handstands with Sascha Bachmann (5/25): This beginner workshop focuses on the fundamentals of hand balancing with an emphasis on safety and technique. It is aimed at those who have little to no experience doing handstands.

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New York, Ben Kunder (6/8): His third full length album is already in motion with studio days logged and plans to release new recordings in 2019.

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New York, Birds In The Boneyard (5/25): Birds in the Boneyard is a Pop Trio from Queens, New York

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New York, Breathe Carolina (5/24): Breathe Carolina are a US based electronic rock band, hailing from Denver, Colorado.

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New York, Brent Birckhead (6/1): Saxophonist Brent Birckhead is an award-winning artist, whose aesthetic is an intersectional amalgam of traditional and popular styles.

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New York, Bryan and the Aardvarks (5/26): This band was formed roughly in 2006 when Fabian, Joe and Bryan began playing together in the Nero Brothers Band. They continued by playing Bryan's original music.

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New York, Cameron Orr at Rockwood Music Hall, stage 1 (5/26): violin on top of violin on top of synth on top of violin on top of synth on top of synth on top of violin, etc.

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New York, Cassandra House (5/24): cassandra is a folk songwriter from NY with her heart spread out in little pieces everywhere she’s ever left.

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New York, CCKL Unplugged: An Open Mic Night for Cancer Cant Kill Love 7 (6/1): Last year, Cancer Can't Kill Love hosted its first-ever open mic night as a way to kickstart fundraising for our main event and, needless to say, it kicked some serious ass.

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New York, Chakra Balancing Workshop with Asha (5/25): Introduction to chakras & balancing chakras using crystals & essential oils this Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 3:00 PM.

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New York, Chamber Music America (5/31): Celebrate the 7th Annual National Chamber Music Month with Chamber Music America, featuring the music of jazz drummer, Kendrick Scott who will be joined by his ensemble, Oracle.

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New York, Chris Ruben Band / Monkeybite / Wild Planes (5/24): Come to Arlenes Grocery on May 24th and get your waffles ironed, buttered, and glazed in that order.

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New York, Closing Day Open House (6/1): Join us on Saturday, June 1, the last day of Metaphysical Masterpieces 1916–1920: Morandi, Sironi, and Carrà, for a special Open House!

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New York, Common Jack (6/8): Brooklyn based folk-rock outfit Common Jack was formed by songwriter & multi-instrumentalist John Gardner during a two and a half year world tour with the actor-musician Broadway show, Once.

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New York, Conjunto Guantanamo (5/25): Conjunto Guantánamo - Sizzling Ambassadors of Cuban Folklore - have arrived with a freshly interpreted, classic Afro-Cuban sound.

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New York, Conversing with Oceans (5/31): Conversing with Oceans is the solo music project of Alex Bondarev.

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New York, CoreDance Contemporary Workshop/Audition (6/1): The first two hours will be a master class, followed by a one-hour audition.

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New York, Covenhoven (6/1): Colorado musician Joel Van Horne releases music under the moniker Covenhoven...

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New York, Cross Culture w/ Shareef Keyes at The Loft (5/24): City Winery NYC Presents Cross Culture w/ Shareef Keyes at The Loft on May 24th.

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New York, CURATOR SERIES _ confluss & Christopher Adler/Andrea Violet Lodge (5/31): Selections from City Lights and Other Stories, by Christopher Adler. Works for piano 4-hands by James Erber and Emily Doolittle

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New York, Curtis Nowosad (6/1): New York-based Drummer/Composer/Arranger/Educator.

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New York, Daniel Bennett Group (6/8): New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett has been hailed as one of the most original and unpredictable musical voices of his generation.

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New York, David Freyre at Floridita (5/31): Come join us at Harlem’s Floridita for our Live Music Fridays, great cuban food and $5 mojitos.

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New York, Dear Mandela Film Screening (5/25): By turns inspiring, devastating and funny, the film offers a new perspective on the role that young people can play in political change and is a fascinating portrait of South Africa coming of age.

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New York, Disney Acting Coach Ezra Weisz Improv Acting Workshop (6/1): We are bringing Disney's improv coach, Ezra Weisz to New York City on Saturday, June 1st, 2019. Ezra has worked on such Disney hit shows

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New York, Doubt: A Parable (5/31 - 6/9): Doubt: A Parable, May 31st to June 9th at Rockaway Theatre Company in Rockaway Point, NY.

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New York, Elle Winston (6/8): A classically trained musician and gifted lyricist, Elle Winston’s music draws from her blues filled Arizona beginnings. Her sound is a penetrating blend of soulful, jazz inspired, American roots musi

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New York, EnoB Benefit Night: Spring 2019 (5/24): Benefit Night is an annual fundraising event hosted by EnoB, a non-profit music outreach organization that serves hospitalized and disabled children, as well as senior citizens through the joy and the

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New York, Equanimity Meditation: Dancing with the Unpredictability of Life (5/25): In this daylong program, we will explore what is equanimity, how to recognize and appreciate it, and how it can be developed.

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New York, Eric Gales (5/24): Eric Gales grew up in a musical family with four brothers, two of them who learned to play the guitar upside down and left handed in the same fashion that Eric does.

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New York, Evan Petruzzi (5/25): Evan Petruzzi is a singer/songwriter from Long Island, New York.

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New York, Evangelia (6/7): On her upcoming debut EP, an attentive listener can feel the rhythmic pulse of the Mediterranean Sea where she spent summers as a kid writing lyrics on the balcony of her family’s farmhouse.

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New York, Faith and Empire: Art and Politics in Tibetan Buddhism (2/1 - 7/15): How do political leaders rise to power? What gives them the right to rule? In some governments today, we imagine power comes from the democratic consent of the people.

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New York, Felipe Salles (6/2): A native of São Paulo, Brazil, Dr. Felipe Salles is an Associate Professor at of Jazz and African-American Music Studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst since 2010.

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New York, Fire & Light: Works for Choir & Double Choir (6/2): Tickets are available online and at the door, but we highly encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance, as concerts frequently sell out.

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New York, Friday Night Go-Go! Get Down! With DJ Tommy James! (5/31): Friday Night Go-Go! Get Down! With DJ Tommy James spinning Disco + Funk + Rock + Soul + Remixes + original TJ 80's Mash-ups!

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New York, Gabe Goodman (5/31): Though Gabe Goodman has only been putting out music for less than a year, he has had a long and winding career in the “entertainment business.”

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New York, Garrison Starr (6/1): To say that Garrison Starr knows her way around the industry would be an understatement. Hailing from Hernando, MS, she released her major label debut, 18 Over Me, in 1997 for Geffen and the rest is h

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New York, Gina Chavez (6/2): Award-winning Austin singer/songwriter Gina Chavez is back with her sophomore studio album, Up.Rooted, released February 2014.

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New York, Goddess Lakshmi LIVE at The Harlem Flophouse (3/22 - 5/24): Harlem's Indy rockers Goddess Lakshmi have been thrilling audiences since 2011 at Paris Blues, The Harlem Flophouse and on tour.

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New York, Goodnight Moonshine (6/2): When you first hear Goodnight Moonshine it brings a wave of nostalgia, conjuring teenage heartache- then perhaps a similar sensation to falling deeply in love.

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New York, Gregory Douglass (5/31): Gregory’s evocative, alternative sound blends "Rufus Wainwright's opulent musicality and Justin Timberlake ´s accessible soulfulness," (OUT Magazine).

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New York, Hannah Bethel (5/26): Country singer and songwriter Hannah Bethel grew up listening to country music in the backwoods of Northern Michigan.

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New York, Harlem Jazz Series - Alex Layne (5/21): The Harlem Jazz Series - presenting Alex Layne on May 21, 2019, @ 12 pm at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church in Harlem. Price: $15

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New York, Harlem Jazz Series - Eddie Allen (5/31): On May 31, 2019 Eddie Allen will be preforming for the Harlem Jazz Series.

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New York, Harlem Jazz Series - Melissa Slocum (6/7): The Harlem Jazz Series - presenting Melissa Slocum on June 7, 2019, @ 7 pm at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church in Harlem. Price: $20

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New York, Harlem Jazz Series - Michael Marcus (5/28): The Harlem Jazz Series - presenting Michael Marcus on May 28, 2019, @ 12 pm at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church in Harlem. Price: $15

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New York, Harlem Jazz Series - Tony Lewis (6/4): Harlem Jazz Series presenting Tony Lewis on June 4, 2019 @ 12pm at the Greater Calvary Baptist Church in Harlem. Price: $15

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New York, Heather Mae (6/9): An imaginative lyricist with a powerhouse voice, Heather Mae is forging new ground with her newest album.

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New York, Helens Happenings: A Fundraiser for the Ashley Bouder Project (6/2): Join us in an incredible space with citywide panoramic views.

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New York, Hester Street Fairs VINTAGE DAY (6/1): Best vintage in the Lower East Side

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New York, Hogarth: Cruelty and Humor (5/24 - 9/22): The satirical scenes of the celebrated English artist William Hogarth (1697–1764) are iconic representations of eighteenth-century urban life at a time of great socio-economic disparity.

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New York, Hudson Rising (3/1 - 8/4): The Hudson River is more than a body of water. For centuries, the river and its environs have provided habitat for both humans and hundreds of species of fish, birds, and plants.

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New York, Imagine Dragons (5/25): American indie and alternative rock group, Imagine Dragons was established in 2008 and is made up of four members from Las Vegas, Nevada (US).

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New York, Immigrant Youth Empowerment Conference (5/24): The annual Immigrant Youth Empowerment Conference(IYECon) is an all day conference which aims to empower all youths and their families.

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New York, Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now (1/25 - 7/10): Robert Mapplethorpe (1946–1989), one of the most critically acclaimed yet controversial American artists of the late twentieth century, is represented in great depth in the Guggenheim’s collection.

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New York, Inspiration of RENT (East Village) Walking Tour! (5/31): 20 years, A Story of love, loss, depression, & struggles changed the face of Musical Theatre History.

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New York, Introduction to Kundalini Yoga (5/26): Kundalini Yoga, known as the yoga of awareness, is an energy based yoga style that is designed to raise your consciousness and elevate your intuitive mind.

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New York, Introduction to Medicinal Herbalism (6/1): From flower essences to essential oils, learn how to use herbs daily for health, joy and wellness.

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New York, Jake Benjamin (6/8): Today, he announces his return to music with his aptly-titled debut EP, Finally Back Home, an exquisite collection of jazz-tinged pop.

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New York, Janet LaBelle (5/25): Like a number of notable musical creators who came before her that she admires, Janet LaBelle can't be easily tagged or slotted into a single stylistic bracket.

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New York, Jason Kane & The Jive (6/9): Formed in 2014 by Jason Kane and Nick Jive, they derive influences from such acts as Johnny Winter, Grand Funk Railroad, Thin Lizzy, AC/DC, Ted Nugent, Sly and the Family Stone, and Janis Joplin.

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New York, Jessica Sweetman (5/24): From underneath voluptuous locks and a pair of Ray Bans, whether strumming a guitar or fingertips dancing across pianos keys, the artistic aura of Jessica Sweetman conspicuously attracts the senses.

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New York, Jill McCracken (5/31): Jill McCracken is an indie songstress that thrives on classic pop and soul.

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New York, Joanna Schubert (6/7): Joanna Schubert is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter, music educator, and arranger.

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New York, Joey Alexander (6/7): Enter pianist Joey Alexander, who at the age of 14 has already recorded two GRAMMY-nominated studio albums, 2015’s My Favorite Things and 2016’s Countdown, as well as Joey.

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New York, John Baumann (6/8): Hailed as a "Texas Troubadour on the Rise," John Baumann released his fourth studio album PROVING GROUNDS to an eager fanbase in June 2017.

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New York, Julia Mark (6/7): Julia Mark is a singer/songwriter and pianist based in Boston, MA. She regularly performs in the New England area and beyond.

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New York, Jungle Brothers (5/26): Jungle Brothers is Mike Gee, Afrika Baby Bam, and DJ Sammy B. The first hip hop group to pioneer the Fusion of Jazz, Hip-Hop and House music.

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New York, Kat Gaffney (6/7): Kat Gaffney is a singer/songwriter residing in New York City.

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New York, Katie Ruvane (6/1): Indie/soul singer-songwriter from New Jersey based in Nashville, TN

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New York, Keith Ward EP Release Party (5/31): Keith Ward Live at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2.

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New York, KMB @ The Bitter End (5/24): Join us on Friday, May 24th to kick off Memorial Day Weekend with 2 hours of action packed rock n roll in New York City at the famous Bitter End!

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New York, Kryder (5/26): Ascending from obscurity to become one of the most sought-after names in the dance music scene, the last few years have been exceptionally good to Kryder.

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New York, Kyau & Albert (6/7): In 1997 Kyau & Albert founded their record label Euphonic, which is one of the top brands today.

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New York, La Armada (6/8): During the early and mid-2000's La Armada established themselves as one of the most influential bands in the Hardcore/Punk scene in their native Dominican Republic where they played countless shows an

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New York, Lacy Kay and the Righteous Liars (6/7): Lacy Kay and The Righteous Liars blends neo soul, jazz, funk and pop to create an original sound of soulful melodies and funky grooves.

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New York, Laserface by Gareth Emery - Brooklyn Mirage (5/31): Laserface is the mind-blowing live show featuring the music of Gareth Emery perfectly choreographed to the lasers of globally renowned lasers designer Anthony Garcia.

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New York, Lazer Lloyd (6/2): 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, Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything (4/12 - 9/8): Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) was an extraordinary poet of the imperfection of the human condition, giving voice to what it means to be fully alert to the complexities and desires of both body and soul.

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New York, Leslie-Lohman Museum Block Party (6/1): Join the Leslie-Lohman Museum to kick-off Pride month with this year's annual block party celebrating both the 50th anniversaries of the Stonewall uprising and of the Leslie-Lohman Museum!

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New York, Letitia Vansant (6/2): Folkstress Letitia VanSant’s distinctly intimate vocals and poignant songwriting landed her debut album among the top local releases of 2012.

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New York, Likwuid (6/1): LiKWUiD (Stylez) is the stage name of American musician Faybeo’n Mickens who was born in South Carolina and developed into an independent Hip-Hop standout performing artist and freestyler in New York

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New York, Living History: Civil War Weekend (5/25 - 5/26): In honor of Memorial Day, come learn about life on and off the battlefield during the Civil War. Living Historians portraying various soldiers in the Union Army will be stationed at the Museum.

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New York, LOLO (6/1): From Jackson, TN, LOLO is a show-stopping singer who has "so much music flowing through [her] that it fills two people" (Associated Press).

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New York, Loophole of Retreat Film Program (6/1): The film amplifies Leigh’s frequent theme of communal protection, capturing quiet moments of reprieve and restoration as women perform acupuncture, recite blessings, make music, and keep watch.

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New York, LOYALS (5/24): Their upcoming record—brimming with buoyant melodies and standout hooks—is a playful demonstration of everything pop.

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New York, Madam West (6/1): Madam West is an NYC-based psychedelic soul quintet.

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New York, Mara Connor (6/8): LA native / singer-songwriter Mara Connor just finished recording her debut album to tape in Nashville with Andrija Tokic (producer of Alabama Shakes) featuring duets with Langhorne Slim & Joseph Arth

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New York, Maren Hassinger: Monuments (6/16 - 6/10): Maren Hassinger: Monuments will consist of eight site-specific sculptures installed for approximately one year in Marcus Garvey Park, beginning in June 2018.

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New York, Mastering Sitting Positions (5/25): You will learn how to work safely and progressively towards this postures.

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New York, Meaghan Farrell (6/9): Her first LP "Waitress" was written in 2009 and released in 2010 & produced by the brilliant Marc Osborn.

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New York, Mel Bryant & the Mercy Makers (6/1): Mel Bryant & the Mercy Makers are a Nashville based indie rock band comprised of lovers and friends.

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New York, Melanie Fiona (5/24): Just like powerful music itself, the two-time Grammy Award winner Melanie Fiona exudes soulful charm, wit, and a genuine story-telling ability that expresses both vulnerability and strength.

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New York, Melissa Aldana (5/24): Melissa Aldana is from Santiago, Chile, lives in NYC and won the Thelonious Monk competition in 2013. Latest album is Melissa Aldana & Crash Trio.

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New York, Memorial Day Brunch & Happy Hour (5/26): Brunch, Coffee, Booze & Seasonal Cocktails!

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New York, Michael Mao Dance (5/24 - 5/25): Michael Mao Dance May 24, 25 at 8 PM Ailey Citigroup Theater.

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New York, Mindy Smith (6/1): Armed with a clear and honest passion for Americana, jazz, pop, rock, blues, and folk, Mindy Smith first created buzz in the the broader music world in 2003.

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New York, Monarch Sunset Bingo Presents: Flamingo Bingo! (5/25): The third season of Monarch Sunset Bingo kicks off on Saturday May 25th with the return of Flamingo Bingo, a boozy sunset bingo dance party!

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New York, Mozart, Vivaldi & Fauré Masterworks at Carnegie Hall (5/26): Reuniting 20 years later, all three conductors will be presenting the same masterworks they first conducted 20 years ago to the date. This is a concert not to be missed!

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New York, Nature—Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial (5/10 - 1/20): Designers are forging meaningful connections with nature, inspired by its properties and resources.

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New York, Neo Rauch: Aus dem Boden / From the Floor (4/12 - 7/28): This spring, The Drawing Center will present Neo Rauch: Aus dem Boden / From the Floor, the first exhibition entirely devoted to his drawings in the United States.

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New York, New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century (3/17 - 6/15): Today when technology seems utterly smooth and weightless, New Order explores the ways in which these systems are still stubbornly tied to the physical world.

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New York, New York B.I.G Salsa Festival 2019 (5/24 - 5/27): Dance workshops, shows, Live Music and the worlds top DJs keep the party going from 9 am - 4 am daily.

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New York, Nicotine Dolls (6/8): Nicotine Dolls formed in New York City (Summer 2017) by Singer Sam Cieri and Guitarist John Hays, with John Merritt (Bass) and Abel Tabares (Drums) joining shortly after.

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New York, No Vacation (5/26): No Vacation is a San Francisco -> Brooklyn based wavy gravy dream-pop band.

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New York, Northeast Book Tour - Say Yes to Life! - Strand Bookstore, NYC (5/25): This will be an interactive discussion with questions from the audience being encouraged.

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New York, Object Movement Puppetry Festival (5/17 - 5/26): Join us for an evening of original puppetry and object theater created by the 2018-2019 Object Movement resident artists.

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New York, Open Call for Artists - Patterns of Influence: Artists Who Teach (6/1): How does your artistic practice inform your teaching practice? How does observing and nurturing your student’s artistic growth and development impact your own art?

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New York, Our House Workshop Production (5/24 - 5/25): A workshop production of Jessica Damouni's one act play Our House.

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New York, Palomar (6/7): Palomar is a three-lady and one-man outfit that hails from Brooklyn, where it was one of the founding bands of the aughts New York sound along with the likes of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Walkmen, and T

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New York, Pat Bianchi (5/31): Grammy nominated organist and winner of Downbeat Magazine’s 2016 rising star poll, Pat Bianchi has established himself as one of the premier organists on the international scene today.

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New York, Phantasies (5/24 - 5/25): "Phantasies" is an evening-length contemporary dance solo and the most profound work to date by multi-talented choreographer and performer, Ainesh Madan.

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New York, Phantom Vanity (5/26): "She has a beautiful, psychedelic-feeling voice that meanders all over the place, and what I love about her music is how ultra-feminine it is.

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New York, Picnic at the Greenhouse (6/1): We’re opening our greenhouse and kitchen doors wide to welcome our neighbors and extended community to fun and eating great finger food, with dishes that are seasonal and garden-inspired.

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New York, PPAS/Ailey School 2019 Dance Concerts (5/31 - 6/1): A celebration of the work of PPAs/Ailey School students in a series of dance concerts.

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New York, Precious Child (5/24): Precious Child is the pop music project of the artist Precious. Precious' music and visual art is about our frameworks of existence and dissolution.

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New York, PreciousChild/HotPinkSatan/aplacebothwonderful&strange/SaiWai (5/24): Arresting and surreal, Precious Child’s prolific musical and visual work exists at the convergence of body horror, conceptual art and noise pop.

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New York, Pride Prom (5/31): Edgies Teen Center & College Prep Program and Grand Street Settlement invite you to Pride Prom: an opportunity for LGBTQIA+ youth and allies to experience the prom of a lifetime.

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New York, Prince Tribute Feat. Michaelangelo and The Funk Yall Band (5/26): Get funky with Michaelangelo and the Funk Ya'll Band as they play all of Prince's hits and deep cuts too!

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New York, Queerly Contemporary Festival (6/1): Queerly Contemporary Festival is an evening of LGBTQIA+ dance makers investigating and celebrating the diversity of the LGBTQIA+ experience and voices in contemporary dance making.

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New York, Quicksilver Daydream, (6/9): Quicksilver Daydream is an experimental psychedelic-folk band led by Adam Lytle.

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New York, Quinn Devlin & The Bridge Street Kings (5/31): Led by singer/songwriter Quinn Devlin, the role of acoustic guitar accompaniment is swapped in favor of a gunslinging R&B orchestra ready to take anyone in a cutting contest.

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New York, Ravi Coltrane (6/7): Ravi Coltrane is a critically acclaimed Grammy™ nominated saxophonist, bandleader, and composer.

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New York, Rebeca Méndez Selects (10/5 - 7/10): The 17th installation in the series that invites designers, artists, writers, and cultural figures to explore and respond to the permanent collection.

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New York, Remember Jones (5/24): Remember Jones is a one-of-a-kind soul/pop singer, storyteller and bandleader with a throwback vibe and authentic energy.

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New York, Remo Drive (6/8): Instead, the Minnesota-based duo’s first album for Epitaph Records serves as the pinnacle of their four-plus years as a band up until now.

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New York, Resilience: Spring 2019 (5/31 - 6/2): When were you resilient? Women and trans people answer this question through movement, song, and storytelling.

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New York, Reverend Freakchild (6/9): In the tradition of such modern musical irreverent Reverends as Rev. Horton Heat, Rev. Billy C. Wirtz or Rev. Billy of the Life after Shopping Choir - such is Reverend Freakchild.

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New York, Roan Yellowthorn (6/1): Roan Yellowthorn front woman Jackie McLean, supported by producer and multi-instrumentalist Shawn Strack, delivers ethereal indie rock songs with a singer/songwriter heart.

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New York, Robert Earl Thomas, Zachary Cale, Quicksilver Daydream (5/24): LPR Presents: Robert Earl Thomas, Zachary Cale, Quicksilver Daydream at Union Pool

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New York, Rocketman opens! (5/31): The story of Elton John's life, from his years as a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music through his influential and enduring musical partnership with Bernie Taupin.

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New York, Roomful of Blues (5/24): Blues Revue says, “Roomful of Blues is a sheer joy...contagious, finger-popping, head-bopping grooves...the horns blast loud and proud...explosive and electrifying.”

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New York, Shemekia Copeland (6/1): Shemekia Copeland never holds back. Her instantly recognizable voice—capable of being sultry, assertive and roaring—delivers every song with unparalleled honesty and passion.

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New York, Shlomit & RebbeSoul: A Chill-Out Concert for the Spirit (5/31): Join Shlomit Levi & RebbeSoul for a spiritual, chill concert and musical "Kabbalat Shabbat" with a touch of Yemenite spice.

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New York, Sick of It All (6/8): New York City hardcore legends SICK OF IT ALL aren’t slowing down with age, the long-standing quartet are still pissed off, and the genre stalwarts still see many years ahead.

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New York, Sideways Paving Co. (5/31): The musical magic that is Sideways Paving Co. was born in 2016.

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New York, Sirintip (5/26): Born in Bangkok in 1991, award-winning and critically acclaimed Thai-Swedish singer/composer SIRINTIP has already managed to explore and work in a wide array of genres across three different continent

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New York, Skating Polly (5/31): Skating Polly, a sister duo from Oklahoma made up of Kelli Mayo and Peyton Bighorse, formed in 2009 after a jam session at the girls’ Halloween party.

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New York, Slow Bullet (6/8): Slow Bullet is an indie/emo rock band from Racine, WI. Debut full length "Still Close Enough To Go Back" out October 28th on Blood & Ink Records.

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New York, Something Clean (5/4 - 6/30): Charlotte is a wife and mother who’ll try anything to put her family back together. Playwright Selina Fillinger’s new drama slips into the jagged cracks of a sex crime’s aftermath.

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New York, Spring Awakening (5/31 - 6/1): NexGen Youth Theatre presents Spring Awakening at The Center at West Park's Sanctuary Theater

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New York, Stand Up (6/1): The most highly anticipated event in Times Square for 2019 Stand Up "Stand Up For Something, Because We Are One Love" Put Your L's Up To The Sky and Stand Up Together!

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New York, Stone Mecca (6/8): The career of music producer, musician and artist Stone Mecca has gone through several evolutionary changes. He began his career in hip hop, doing studio work with the likes of Ice Cube and Snoop Dogg

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New York, Stonewall 50 at New-York Historical Society (5/24 - 9/22): New-York Historical Society commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and the dawn of the gay liberation movement this summer.

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New York, Sugar Hill Swings! Special Harlem Dance & Jazz Heritage Eve (5/24): Revisit Harlem Heritage: Sugar Hill in Harlem Swings with a Vintage Harlem Flair!

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New York, Sullivan Fortner (6/2): Sullivan Joseph Fortner Jr. is a native New Orleanian who has already made a significant foray into the jazz world that belies his young age.

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New York, Sweet Honey In the Rock (6/7): Sweet Honey In The Rock is an internationally reknowned a cappella ensemble based in Washington, DC since 1973.

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New York, Symphonics Live (3/17 - 11/17): Symphonics Live is an evening that showcases the finest poets and singer/songwriters in NY.

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New York, Taíno: Native Heritage and Identity in the Caribbean _ Taíno: herencia e identidad indígena en el C : Across the Caribbean, there is growing interest in the historical, cultural, and genetic legacies of Native peoples.

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New York, Tanghetto (5/26): Tanghetto is an Argentine band led by Max Masri (composition and production) formed in 2002.

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New York, Teen Daze (6/1): Teen Daze (formed in 2008) is the stage name and alternative-electronic vehicle of Canadian producer Jamison

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New York, The 40th Annual Czechoslovak Festival (5/25 - 5/26): Our traditional 40th Annual Czechoslovak Festival is here and it will take place on May 25 & 26 starting at noon!

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New York, The 5th Annual Founders Gala Championing Courage (6/1): Join Global Tassels and their loyal supporters for the 5th Annual Founder's Gala on June 1, 2019.

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New York, The Anderson Brothers (5/26): Started in 2014, The Anderson Brothers are Brian Anderson (bass), Cole Dockter (drums), and Eric Anderson (guitar). We are a rock and roll group based in Madison, Wisconsin.

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New York, The Cradle Will Rock - A Musical Comedy (6/7 - 6/30): Marc Blitzstein's The Cradle will Rock was born in 1937 during the Great Depression. Cradle sings a tale of the downtrodden, the 99%, who ultimately rise together. In Cradle we see artists selling out

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New York, The ECMC Silver Season Gala (6/1): ECMC is proud to present its inaugural Gala Dinner, the culminating event of our 25th Anniversary Silver Season!

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New York, The Extended Moment: Photographs from the National Gallery of Canada (2/15 - 5/26): The Extended Moment brings forth around seventy works that reveal the historical, technological, and aesthetic breadth of the collection, which is little known in this country.

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New York, The K-Pop Party: The All K-Pop Dance Party at Mercury Lounge (5/25): Welcome to The K-Pop Party. A night dedicated to all K-Pop Everything! Join us while we spin the best of BTS, BIGBANG, EXO, BLACKPINK, 2NE1, TVXQ and more.

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New York, The Manimals (5/26): The Manimals are a female-fronted, gender and genre-bending five-piece from New York City.

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New York, The Mariguanas (5/26): The Mariguanas are an alternative rock band from Upstate New York.

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New York, The New Motif (6/1): An eclectic jam/funk band, infusing deep psychedelic grooves with improvisational techniques.

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New York, The New Motif (2 Hour Set), Mt Feral EP Release, Thomas Amedeo (6/1): 21+ | DOORS @ 6:30PM | $10

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New York, The Pierces (6/8): The Pierces are a band based in Los Angeles, California, United States who formed in 2000.

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New York, The Practice of Mindfulness (5/26): In this series on mindfulness, we explore how to enrich our lives by paying closer attention to the present and gaining better control of our own minds and bodies.

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New York, The PrimaDonna Reeds (5/24): The PrimaDonna Reeds is a New York rock band formed by JC Ryder, an accomplished flamenco and rock guitarist, and Karena Reiter, a talented rock vocalist and veteran music journalist and promoter.

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New York, The PrimaDonna Reeds at The Bitter End - 5.24.19 (5/24): The PrimaDonna Reeds will rock The Bitter End with new original songs from their upcoming CD, Glitter Girl on May 24th at 9:30 PM. $10

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New York, The Values (6/1): The Values understand there is a singular magic about the combination of synthesizers and the human voice.

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New York, The Watchers by Sam Graber (5/24 - 6/16): The story of a pair of twins that fulfill their purpose with their God by witnessing his return.

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New York, This Frontier Needs Heroes (5/25): This Frontier Needs Heroes have spent the past 5+ years playing shows all over the world.

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New York, Toebow (5/24): Originally conceived in 2013 by friends and alumni of indie dream-pop group BOBBY (Partisan Records), the band evolved from a casual guitar duo to a formidable five-piece band.

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New York, Veronica Swift (6/7): At age 24, Veronica Swift is now being recognized around the country as one of the top young jazz singers on the scene.

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New York, Vienna Carroll (6/7): Vienna Carroll is a singer, playwright, actor, historian and herbalist.

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New York, W.c. Beck (6/9): W.C. Beck is a songwriter and singer from Kansas who has called Brooklyn, NY home for the last several years, after long stints in Portland, OR and Paris, France.

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New York, Walt Whitman: Bard of Democracy (6/7 - 9/15): “Comrades! I am the bard of Democracy,” Walt Whitman announced in a notebook in 1859. Over his 73 years (1819–1892), he essentially made good on that claim.