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1Barbells & Beers 2018 - Co-ed Partner CompetitionFacebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/160130728034281/ CrossFit 908 is partnering up with Two Roads Brewing Co. to bring you an awesome one day co-ed partner competition. The event will have three scheduled workouts and one floater workout. There are two divisions in this event - RX and Scaled. We plan to run the day on a tight schedule and anticipate finishing no later than 3pm. Two Roads is planning a cool down after party at Stirling Hotel's Beer Garden where we hope you will all join us for some non-exercise fun. Two Roads beer will be on tap at the Stirling Hotel, and all athletes will receive a ticket for a free Two Roads beer at the after party. Also 30% of the event's proceeds will be donated to the March of Dimes Foundation which raises money to help prevent birth defects, premature births, and infant mortality. Our son, Liam, was born 7-weeks early in December 2015. We know that the care he received today was not available 10-20 years ago, and we want to help ensure that going forward that care continues to improve. The day is slotted to be a ton of fun with events that truly rely on you and your partner working as a team. We look forward to a great event! Registration includes a t-shirt and beer per athlete. ------------------------------------------------------------ Workout 1 - “Barnum & Bailey” (7 Minute Time Cap) (workout standards)21-15-9 Bar Muscle Ups (Sx = Pull Ups)9-6-3 Rope Climbs (Sx = Toes to Bar) **Work can be broken up however you'd like between partners. There is no minimum work requirement per partner. Workout 2 - “Holding Pattern” (AMRAP 8) (workout standards)10 Synchro DB Snatches (Rx = 70/50#, SX = 50/35#)20 Handstand Push-Ups (Sx = Burpees) *Partner not working holds DB overhead, Sx = partner holds a plank*40 Wall Balls (Rx = 20/14#, Sx = 14/10#) Men throw to 10', women throw to 9' *Partner not working hangs from pull-up bar* Workout 3 - “Forgotten” (9 Minute Time Cap) (workout standards)50 Partner Deadlifts (Rx = 315#, Sx = 225#)40 Calorie Assault Bike30 Synchro Toes To Bar (Sx = Weighted sit-ups passing med ball)200 Double Unders (Sx = 200 Single Unders) *Each partner completes 100 double/single unders, first partner must complete all 100 before second partner can begin* Floater Workout - Partner 2k Row (workout standards)**Partners must each row two times during the 2k for a minimum of 100m each time uniiverse2018-03-26 12:09:152018-05-12 13:00:00
2018-05-12 19:00:00
10 Summit Ave, Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922, USABerkeley HeightsNJ07922
2Hagerstown Suns at Lakewood Blue Clawsevdb2017-12-16 15:56:202018-05-24 18:35:00
2 Stadium WayLakewoodNJ08701
3Exclusive Intimate VIP Performance Dave Fields in The Cabaret RoomExclusive Intimate VIP Performance in The Cabaret Room at The Stanhope House Dinner Show is $20 Inclusive of Meal Reservations Mandatory before it sells out! Doors 6pm, Show 8pm Ages 21+ Onlyvpstanhopehouseba8042018-02-14 10:01:472018-04-27 18:00:00
45 Main StreetStanhopeNJ07874
4adidas Kids' Shopping Hours
Drop by Finish Line on Saturday from 10am-noon to let your kids try on the latest adidas and score free swag. Get one-on-one time with a store associate to make sure your kids always get the best fit. Plus, Winner's Circle members get a $10 reward when they spend $100.
finishlineseo6afb12018-04-23 13:25:412018-04-28 10:00:00
2018-04-28 12:00:00
1455 Voorhees Town CenterVoorheesNJ08043
5JCTC Theatre in Residency: Yarns by No Dominion
No Dominion Theatre Co.'s Yarns began initial development in November 2015. The concept for this original devised theatre project derived from a passage from Debbie Stollers crochet how-to manual, The Happy Hooker: ...[A] lace manufacturer admitted that he expected his workers to turn a few tricks on the side to make up for his not paying them a living wage....this may even explain how the word hooker came to have such wayward connotations. Yarns utilizes various found texts and burlesque as the framework of a performance that examines the connections between fiber arts and sex work in order to explore connections among various points that society and the media term as womens work.No Dominion Theatre Company is one of Jersey City Theater Center's 2018 Artists in Residency
evdb2018-04-24 07:16:192018-06-08 20:00:00
339 Newark AvenueJersey CityNJ07302
6JCTC Theatre in Residency: Yarns by No Dominion
No Dominion Theatre Co.'s Yarns began initial development in November 2015. The concept for this original devised theatre project derived from a passage from Debbie Stollers crochet how-to manual, The Happy Hooker: ...[A] lace manufacturer admitted that he expected his workers to turn a few tricks on the side to make up for his not paying them a living wage....this may even explain how the word hooker came to have such wayward connotations. Yarns utilizes various found texts and burlesque as the framework of a performance that examines the connections between fiber arts and sex work in order to explore connections among various points that society and the media term as womens work.No Dominion Theatre Company is one of Jersey City Theater Center's 2018 Artists in Residency
evdb2018-04-24 07:16:202018-06-09 20:00:00
339 Newark AvenueJersey CityNJ07302
7JCTC Theatre in Residency: Yarns by No Dominion
No Dominion Theatre Co.'s Yarns began initial development in November 2015. The concept for this original devised theatre project derived from a passage from Debbie Stollers crochet how-to manual, The Happy Hooker: ...[A] lace manufacturer admitted that he expected his workers to turn a few tricks on the side to make up for his not paying them a living wage....this may even explain how the word hooker came to have such wayward connotations. Yarns utilizes various found texts and burlesque as the framework of a performance that examines the connections between fiber arts and sex work in order to explore connections among various points that society and the media term as womens work.No Dominion Theatre Company is one of Jersey City Theater Center's 2018 Artists in Residency
evdb2018-04-24 07:16:172018-06-07 20:00:00
339 Newark AvenueJersey CityNJ07302
8David Fehertyevdb2018-04-24 06:52:312018-06-15 19:30:00
100 South St.MorristownNJ07960
9Orquesta El Macabeo with United States Of Boogaloo
Among the leading lights of the revolucin of new salsa, Puerto Ricos own Orquesta el Macabeo are more than just some punk generation metalheads playing their parents music. They are, in fact, a tight, searing, brassy salsa ensemble of high caliber precision and interesting, darkly humorous lyrics sung in an atypical way. A unique combination of traditional salsa dura elements with a garage/punk/pop spirit. Macabeo have releases on a number of labels, including Discos de Hoy, Peace & Rhythm, Vampisoul, Electric Cowbell and others. Since 2008.
evdb2018-04-24 07:18:482018-07-11 20:30:00
43 Montgomery StreetJersey CityNJ07302
10JD McPherson
I was having nightmares every night, thinking, Wow, theyre going to hate this, says JDMcPherson.When he talks about his new album, Undivided Heart & Soul, theres no glimmer of self-adulation, or even the confidence one might expect of a veteran artist. Instead, theres a snapshot of McPhersons creative process bringing the record to life, a journey filled with fear and change, then boldness, and, eventually, catharsis.The best rock music has a story to tell. This record chronicles a series of upheavals, frustrations, roadblocks, and kismeta cross-country move, failed creative relationships, a once-in-a-lifetime career opportunity, and learning to love making music again by letting go.McPherson calls moving his family from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, to East Nashville a decision based on opportunity and one he was reluctant to make but notes the profound influence the city has had on his new crop of songs.Up to this point, I thought I knew what I was doing with songwriting, that I dont do this or that, McPherson says. Writing with people who co-write for a livingmaybe I saw myself as John Henry, and them as the steel-driving machine.Along with collaborations with fellow Oklahoman Parker Millsap, Butch Walker, and Aaron Lee Tasjan, McPhersons selections for Undivided Heart & Soul include many deeply personal themes: Lets Get Out of Here While Were Young shares writing credits with longtime bandmate Ray Jacildo and McPhersons wife Mandy. He also delved into character profiles, both fictional and based on real-life experiences, stories McPherson has held onto but never thought of as fodder for songwriting, such as the Las Vegas bus station interlude detailed in Style (Is a Losing Game).That seems like a pretty normal thing for a singer-songwriter to do, to write about personal experience, but I really have never done that, McPherson says. It felt great but it also was tough at the same time. The thing is, John Henry is trying to beat the machine because hes in awe of it. It was a lot of me saying, Youre really good at this, and I have a hard time doing it.With a group of soul-baring tracks taking shape, McPherson and crew scheduled studio time to help force the issue. It quickly became apparent that these sessions were not going to work, bringing McPhersons momentum to a halt.To clear his head, he flew to Los Angeles at the invitation of friend and longtime supporter Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, who was also recording at the time. McPherson, Homme, and his Queens bandmate Dean Fertita played around with some songs, with Homme pushing McPherson outside of his comfort zone in a no-stakes environment.His thing was, Im going to throw all kinds of crap onto your songs that youre not going to want to hear, and youre going to play ridiculous stuff you wouldnt normally do, and Dean was kind of the calming presence, McPherson says.McPherson calls the getaway the most fun Ive had since I was 15 years old and returned to Nashville with a clear head, internal filters successfully stifled, ready to move forward.That fresh perspective in tow, McPherson learned that the long-shot backup studio, the legendary RCA Studio B in Nashville, was willing to host his band for the making of the record. RCA Studio B was fundamental to the creation of the Nashville Sound, and the ghosts of some of the greatest songs in history live within its walls: Dolly Partons I Will Always Love You, and Elvis Presleys Are You Lonesome Tonight? among them.Artists who choose to record at Studio B are met with a rigorous list of requirements, including using a recording method appropriate during the studios heyday. Since the studio is a working museum by day, the entirety of McPhersons workspace had to be reset at night: Load in all equipment in the late afternoon, work until 3:00 or 4:00 a.m., and leave no trace nightly. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.Those rules would probably turn a lot of bands off, but they turned us on, 100 percent, McPherson says. I really love walking into a classic studio as much as I love getting my hands on a really old guitar. I like knowing that something was used for a long time and has good things in it.But this isnt an old Nashville record, by any measurement, nor is it the record McPherson set out to make, with credit due to co-producer Dan Molad (also the drummer for Lucius).Theres a pretty broad gap in our tastes, what we do and what were into, McPherson says. Where hes as likely to lean on The Cramps as he is Irma Thomas for inspiration, Molads left-field production suggestions included a Casio synthesizer and running a Fender Rhodes through a tape delay. (McPherson nixed the former; the latter became the signature sound of one of the records tracks.) We ended up learning a lot from each other, and he did a lot of stuff Id have never thought to do.During the song Lets Get Out of Here While Were Young, JD sputters the line Weve worn out all the songs weve sung. This is not a statement McPherson takes lightly.This record was difficult for me to make, difficult to write, difficult to record. It took a lot for me to say that I cant force these songs to be the way people are expecting, McPherson says.Undivided Heart & Soul is a statement record, one that asserts McPherson as he is now, battle-weary but stronger than ever.
evdb2018-04-24 07:16:112018-07-28 20:30:00
337 Newark AvenueJersey CityNJ07302
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1Lyle Lovettevdb2018-03-24 12:15:512018-08-07 20:00:00
100 South St.MorristownNJ07960
2New York Red Bulls II Vs. Penn FC evdb2018-02-22 17:45:152018-08-03 00:00:00
1 Normal AvenueMontclairNJ07043
3The Pretendersevdb2018-02-13 16:41:472018-06-28 20:00:00
99 Monmouth StreetRed BankNJ07701
4Bettye LaVetteBettye LaVette is no mere singer. She is not a song writer, nor is she a "cover" artist. She is an interpreter of the highest order. Her gift is being able to take a song, whether well known or obscure, from any genre and making it completely her own. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Dolly Parton, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, and Bruce Springsteen are just a few of the artists who have had their work re-imagined by Bettye. Now, in her 55th year in show business, she has been signed to Verve Records, and has recorded an album of all Bob Dylan songs. Things Have Changed is a masterpiece of interpretation of the songs of one of the greatest songwriters alive, by one of the greatest soul singers alive. Bettye has recorded Dylan songs in the past, but this is the first time that she has devoted an entire album to one writer. She will be performing the album in it's entirety, along with other songs from throughout her career.TheNewtonTheatre2018-03-01 10:35:592018-06-08 20:00:00
234 Spring StreetNewtonNJ07860
5Eric Kearnsevdb2018-02-16 05:53:142018-04-25 20:00:00
1133 BoardwalkAtlantic CityNJ08401
6The Sadies with C.R. & The Degenerates
Since their formation in 1994, Toronto's Sadies have developed, even perfected, a style of music that is uniquely their own. Possessing a deep fondness and reverence for the best of country, bluegrass and blues (CBGB!), they are equally informed and influenced by everything from 60s garage and psychedelic rock (Pebbles, Nuggets, et al) to surf instrumentals and punk rock. You're as likely to find an enthusiastic fan of Negative Approach or Crime as one of Santo & Johnny or Merle Travis within their ranks. It's all relevant and it all fits and that sort of depth goes a long way in helping to understand how they came to develop such a broad platform from which to launch their own musical explorations.Through a trio of brilliant albums that began with 2002's "Stories Often Told", 2004's "Favourite Colours" and 2007's Juno Award nominated, "New Seasons" - they finally topped themselves with 2010's "Darker Circles" an accomplished album that received a Juno Award for Best Video and was short-listed for the 2011 Polaris Prize. "Darker Circles" was a departure from their previous releases, which despite having some fairly, er, dark themes and subject matter, resonated strongly with fans and critics alike. It stands out as the most fully-realized song cycle from the group - until now.September 17th, 2013 saw the release of "Internal Sounds" an album that heralds a new level of achievement for The Sadies. This was largely due to refusing to be pressured by any deadlines but their own, taking their time over a period of nearly a year to get everything "just right" and using up every resource they had and every favour they could call in. "Internal Sounds" marks the first time Dallas Good has assumed the producer's role and this helped craft a record that is the closest the band has yet come to capturing their sound on an album. Vocals are clear and prominent, guitars are positioned high in the mix and the album has a tone that is overall fuller and richer. Some key assistance was provided by Peter J. Moore (mixing/mastering) and Gary Louris (who has produced much of the bands past work) with some vocal coaching and control room refereeing. The resulting album greatly benefits from all of these considerations and is by far the most confident and assured of their career. The final track features an amazing vocal performance from Buffy Sainte-Marie that is a thrill to hear and a fantastic way to finish off the record.The numerous collaborations that the band has been involved with over the years have resulted in some of the most surprising and fun work they've done. These feature a tremendous range of artists from expat British punk rockers (Mekons' Jon Langford - "Mayors of The Moon" Album), L.A. troubadours (John Doe, formerly of X - "Country Club"), old timey R&B masters (Andre Williams - more on him later), to up and coming alt-country starlets (Neko Case "The Tigers Have Spoken" many tours and contributions to many of her solo albums). They've also worked extensively with ex- Pussy Galore founder and current Jon Spencer Blues Explosion frontman Jon Spencer's "Heavy Trash" project with NYC guitarist Matt Verta-Ray - they've backed Matt and Jon extensively on tour and played on much of their "Going Way Out With Heavy Trash" album as well. There's hardly ever been a band as versatile and adventurous as The Sadies which is why they don't have too many peers with that kind of track record.When Garth Hudson, organist with the Canadian rock institution, The Band, put together an all-Canadian collaboration album recently he leaned heavily on The Sadies, who, in addition to contributing their version of "The Shape I'm In", backed the much-loved Mary Margaret O'Hara on her contribution "Out Of The Blue". They also played with Neil Young on his rendition of "This Wheel's On Fire". This ultimately led to being invited to open for Neil Young and Crazy Horse all across Canada in late 2012.The Sadies have also recently performed live on several occasions with former Guess Who founder and Canuck songwriting legend Randy Bachman where they were thrilled to get a chance to perform some of their own favourite super-obscure Guess Who songs with the man himself. Of The Sadies, Bachman has this to say; "It's quite different when I play with The Sadies than when I play with anyone else. I love the stand-up bass, it gives an incredible gigantic bottom end sound. I think the two brothers Dallas and Travis are just amazing guitar players. They've got their own cool identity".The band continues to enjoy a long and fruitful relationship with 50s R&B legend Andre Williams. In 2012 the excellent "Night and Day" album was released to much acclaim. Previously they'd put together a country album with him, "Red Dirt" which was a blast for all involved and saw the band do several memorable gigs with Mr. Rhythm throughout the US & Canada before heading off to Europe for a well-received month-long tour playing the classic hits as well as a lot of the new material. Andre once said "You cannot find a better bunch of characters, men or musicians than The Sadies".Growing up in a musical family served the Good siblings well. Being the sons of noted Canadian country music icon Bruce Good and their singer / schoolteacher mom, Margaret and hanging out around their "Good Brothers" extended family, they learned a thing or ten about music. This helped them foster the broad appreciation and respect for the best of bluegrass, country and gospel that has continued to serve them well from an early age. Just this year saw the release of the Good Family Album via the Cowboy Junkies' Latent Recordings label. The album features Dallas, older brother Travis, Cousin D'Arcy on fiddle and vocals, Mom, Dad & Uncle Larry (2/3 of the Good Brothers) as well as the rest of The Sadies. Everybody sings, everybody plays and it's a diverse and entertaining collection of songs. No Depression raves "I almost defy you to listen to this album and not find yourself continutally gawping at the quality on display. A highwater mark for North American (not just Canadian) music."The Sadies have consistently pushed themselves forward into new areas while refining their approach to what they do - creating a constantly evolving catalogue of work and picking up legions of new converts with each successive tour. Their concerts, legendary since their earliest days have only gotten better over the years. Though the three-hour marathons of yore may happen less frequently, The Sadies have always prided themselves on a well-paced live show, starting off strong and gradually building things up to fever pitch then bringing it back home (often with a nice surprise or two along the way), before sending everyone home with a smile on their face. The live experience has it all, blistering instrumentals, country rave-ups, super-human guitar interplay and mind blowing psychedelic expeditions that can end up anywhere. There are not many bands that have been together nearly two decades that are truly making the best music of their careers, but The Sadies have definitely established themselves as one of the leaders in that very uncrowded field.These fellows thrive by a simple rule, if you make a mistake in the studio, you do it over - but you don't make mistakes onstage. The live show has to do everything the records do (just a little faster and a little drunker). They're ready to hit your town in support of the release of the remarkable new album "Internal Sounds" this fall. If you've never seen them live, the time to change that is now - if you've seen them before, it's time to take another look. And buy yourself a copy of "Internal Sounds" it might end up being the best record you'll hear this year!~ Greg Dinwoodie, friend, July 2013
evdb2018-02-23 16:43:492018-06-29 21:00:00
43 Montgomery StreetJersey CityNJ07302
7Monsta Xevdb2018-03-07 17:51:512018-07-22 20:00:00
New Jersey Performing Arts CenterNewarkNJ07102
8Stephen Stills & Judy Collins with special guest Kenny Whiteevdb2018-02-26 19:19:582018-06-23 20:00:00
2831 BoardwalkAtlantic CityNJ08401
9Under The Streetlampevdb2018-04-18 12:33:352018-06-23 20:00:00
126-130 North High StreetMillvilleNJ08332
10The Mavericksevdb2018-03-14 12:36:112018-06-15 20:00:00
1200 Ocean AvenueAsbury ParkNJ07712
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1The Wiggles - Wiggle, Wiggle, Wiggle Tour!evdb2018-03-07 15:31:542018-06-14 17:30:00
5 Seymour StreetMontclairNJ07042
2Bullet for My Valentine with Trivium & Toothgrinderevdb2018-02-12 11:46:262018-05-15 18:30:00
5 Seymour StreetMontclairNJ07042
3Dylan Archives IIIAfter such an incredible event last year, the Bob Dylan Archives at the University of Tulsa, are proud to present rare gems from the vault, volume 3.stacy909762018-02-11 15:07:212018-04-29 12:00:00
2018-04-29 13:30:00
572 Cookman AveAsbury ParkNJ07712
4New York Red Bulls II vs. Nashville SCevdb2018-02-05 18:10:492018-05-06 13:00:00
600 Cape May StreetHarrisonNJ07029
5An Evening with Danny DeVitoAn Evening with Danny DeVito. An Intimate career retrospective and Q&A. This is part of the Asbury Park Music & Film Festival. www.apmff.orgstacy909762018-02-11 14:07:022018-04-28 18:00:00
2018-04-28 21:00:00
1200 Ocean AvenueAsbury ParkNJ07712
6Free ConcertSunday April 29th at 3pm we welcome pianist Bo Gao, doctoral student in Piano Performance from Catholic University of America. Program includes . Schumann Kinderszenen and Kreisleriana, as well as works by Bach and Ravel. Free admission.jbonifantib1bac2018-04-17 06:49:012018-04-29 15:00:00
2018-04-29 16:30:00
15 Essex AveSpring LakeNJ07762
7The Bacon Brothersevdb2018-02-13 02:14:322018-08-06 19:00:00
Moorlyn Terrace & The BoardwalkOcean CityNJ08226
8Umphrey's McGeeevdb2018-03-07 12:36:382018-06-30 18:00:00
Ocean AvenueAsbury ParkNJ07712
9Lindsey Stirling + Evanescenceevdb2018-03-06 11:27:512018-08-10 19:00:00
Exit 116HolmdelNJ07733
10Bill Burrevdb2018-03-06 08:14:022018-10-19 19:00:00
1 Borgata WayAtlantic CityNJ08401
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1Boys and Girls Club in New Jersey Youth of the Year CelebrationWho: The New Jersey Youth of the Year program recognizes 20 of the most exceptional Boys & Girls Club teen leaders from across the state, and selects a State and Military winner. Carlos P., the 2017-18 National Youth of the Year, from the Boys & Girls Club of Clifton, will serve as the Master of Ceremonies. What: The Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey Youth of the Year celebration will honor the most inspiring Club teens who embody the values of leadership, service, academic excellence and healthy lifestyles. The evening will begin with a reception followed by an inspirational awards ceremony and the announcement of the 2018-19 New Jersey State and Military Youth of the Year. A total of $60,000 in college scholarships will be awarded as follows: the NJ State Youth of the Year winner will receive a $10,000 scholarship, the NJ State Military Youth of the Year and the top three runners-up each receive a $3,500 scholarship and the succeeding candidates all receive a $2,000 scholarship. Over the past five years, close to 100 New Jersey Club teens have participated in this leadership program, and have been awarded $267,000 in scholarships to further their college education. For information regarding tickets and sponsorships, contact the Boys Girls Clubs in New Jersey via email at twostbrock@bgcnj.org or by phone at 973-773-0966, ext. 151. Why: Now in its 71st year, the Youth of the Year program honors the nation’s most inspiring young people on their path to great futures, and encourages all kids to lead, succeed and inspire. The journey to being named National Youth of the Year begins locally and progresses to state, regional and national levels with an additional military phase. The NJ State Youth of the Year will vie for the title of Northeast Region Youth of the Year, alongside eleven other State Youth of the Year winners. The Northeast Region Youth of the Year will receive $10,000, renewable for four years and the opportunity to vie for the title of National Youth of the Year.christina76faf2018-04-24 09:22:442018-06-12 17:30:00
1 Normal AvenueMontclairNJ07043
2Living Motherhood Authentically Living Motherhood Authentically, co-presented with Beyond Mom and Parents Magazine. Join a conversation of well-known, dynamic women who will discuss their motherhood stories and the kaleidoscope of choices they make each day. Each woman will address: How she raises her children, how she operates professionally, how she acknowledges her relationships and of course, how she connects with HERSELF. Every woman’s story is different, both beautiful and complicated. We have so much to learn from one another. Moderator Randi Zimm's book Going Beyond Mom- How to Activate Your Mind, Body & Business After Baby was published in September 2017 and will be available for purchase and signing at the event. •  •  •  • Terri Cole is a New York-based, licensed psychotherapist, relationship expert and founder of Real Love Revolution and Boundary Bootcamp, her two female empowerment courses reaching women in over 25 countries.  • Sarah Lux-Lee is the founder of Mindr, which hosts talks, workshops, classes and events led by global experts, where crying babies are welcome. • Lauren Maillian is the Founder and CEO of LMB Group, a strategic marketing and brand advisory company; was a Founding Partner at Gen Y Capital Partners & author of the instant bestselling business memoir, The Path Redefined: Getting To the Top On Your Own Terms.  • Sophia Ruan Gushée is a preeminent expert on wellness and toxic exposures. She shares her expertise in her critically-acclaimed book A to Z of D-Toxing, as well as through her multimedia company, Practical Nontoxic Living.  • Mindy Walker is the executive editor of Parents magazine. Previously, Mindy was executive editor of Fit Pregnancy and Baby and American Baby.  Moderated by Randi Zinn: Randi Zinn is an author, mindfulness and wellness expert, and founder of Beyond Mom. Born from her own experience of motherhood, Beyond Mom is harnessing a movement of women who are taking back their right to self-love, self-care and community as a pathway to fulfillment. Randi encourages moms to cultivate a life “Beyond Mom”- one that embraces the gifts of motherhood but expresses all that they are as individuals. Beyond Mom offers: Expert interviews, lifestyle advice, stories from Beyond Moms, podcasts, events, and retreats for Moms seeking Self. Randi is an ambassador for Athleta and has partnered with Loyal Hana, WellRounded NY, HeyMama Co, SHE Summit, Appleseeds, SoulCycle, The Mother Company, and IntenSati and Physique 57. She has been featured in Women@Forbes, HuffPost, The New York Times, Well+Good, MindBodyGreen, Elephant Journal, Cheddar, FOX5 NY, Great Day Washington, The Honest Company Blog and many more. She is a certified yoga instructor through Laughing Lotus NY and has taught since 2008. evdb2018-03-31 02:40:282018-05-08 19:00:00
35 East 18th StreetNew YorkNY10003
3Silk Painting (After Workshop)evdb2018-01-25 04:59:132018-05-08 00:00:00
2018-05-08 00:00:00
26 West 8th StreetNew YorkNY10011
4Tax Practice - Gross Income, Exclusions, Penalties, etc This seminar reviews what constitutes gross income, the exclusions from gross income, the penalties for failure to report income and the statutes of limitations to assess additional tax. The focus is on recent changes to the Internal Revenue Code and those code sections that are most litigated and tested on the United States Tax Court's admission examination for non-attorneys. The goal of each class is to (1) discuss best practices for tax professionals interested in tax controversy/representation, and (2) prepare for the 2018 US Tax Court admission examination. A tax professional can attend this as a stand-alone workshop, it is part of the Taxpayer Assistance/Agostino & Associates Tax Controversy series. There is no charge to attend this seminar. Tax Professionals that attend the seminar are encouraged to accept a pro bono tax controversy case assignment from Rutgers Law School, a Low-Income Tax Clinic, VITA, an ABA-sponsored Tax Court Pro Bono program and/or Taxpayers Assistance Corporation. evdb2017-12-07 09:20:302018-05-08 18:00:00
355 Main StreetHackensackNJ07601
5Bryant Park Tai Chi

Join these morning classes provided by the Tai Chi Chuan Center and led by teachers and students who train at CK Chu Tai Chi under the direction of Master Hyland Harris.

All ages and levels are welcome. Classes are rain or shine.

Photo credit: Jane Kratochvil.

evdb2018-04-07 12:09:072018-05-08 07:30:00
40th Street at Sixth AvenueNew YorkNY10036
6SPACE Night Out! Clare Barron's Dance Nation Somewhere in America, an army of pre-teen competitive dancers plots to take over the world. And if their new routine is good enough, they’ll claw their way to the top at the Boogie Down Grand Prix in Tampa Bay. Developed at SPACE by 2015 Working Farm playwright Clare Barron, Dance Nation is “a raucous pageant of ambition and ferocity.” Join us for a special night at the show and reception with Clare for Friends of SPACE, with proceeds benefitting SPACE’s 2018 residency programs. ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT Clare Barron is a playwright and actor from Wenatchee, Washington. Her plays have been produced by Page 73, Woolly Mammoth, Clubbed Thumb and The Bushwick Starr, and will appear at Playwrights Horizons and Steppenwolf in 2018. She is the recipient of an Obie Award, the Paula Vogel Playwriting Award at The Vineyard and the Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship. Barron was also the co-winner of the inaugural 2015 Relentless Award established in honor of Philip Seymour Hoffman for her play Dance Nation. She lives in Brooklyn. evdb2018-03-20 06:44:242018-05-24 19:30:00
416 West 42nd StreetNew YorkNY10036
7Tim McGraw & Faith Hillevdb2017-11-07 08:17:572018-06-14 19:30:00
1255 Hempstead TurnpikeUniondaleNY11553
8Section Meeting: A Clog in the Wheel of Quality Management The risk of fraud is very real and unfortunately, happens often. Fraudulent activities have always been woven within the corporate fabric and cuts across industries, businesses and governmental establishments. History has shown that the impact of fraud can be catastrophic and have a lasting adverse effect. Fraud events have increased in recent years due to a variety of reasons including the financial benefit, opportunity, motive, justification or rationalization. Certainly, its awareness, prevention and early detection are very important in sustaining a quality management system. The discussion will include: Lessons Learned: Con Edison’s fight against fraud. The common areas of fraud risk and the key red flags to look for. A discussion of factors that create a perfect environment for fraud to thrive. An understanding of the components of quality management and how fraud hinders its achievement. Resourceful ways of combating fraud. PRESENTED BY: Olabisi Habib - ESQ, LL.M, CAMS, GRCP, GRCP Olabisi Habib - Project Specialist, has over 15 years of experience as a quality management professional in the compliance realm within the financial, legal and utility industries. Olabisi holds a Bachelor of law degree from the Lagos State University, a Barrister-at-law degree from the Nigerian Law School, and a Masters in International and American Law from Temple University. Olabisi is a licensed active member of the New York State Bar, The Customer-Supplier Division of ASQ and The Edison Electric Institute (EEI). Additionally, she is GRCP and GRCA OCEG certified, ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor trained and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS). Olabisi is also certified as a New Jersey State Judiciary Mediator, a volunteer position she has passionately held since 2006. evdb2018-02-13 08:45:102018-05-08 18:30:00
330 8th AvenueNew YorkNY10001
9U2 eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour 2018sara_sd2017-11-01 14:58:582018-06-09 20:00:00
1255 Hempstead TurnpikeUniondaleNY11553
102018 Global Billionaires Club Torch Awards- Harvard Club The pleasure of your company is requested at:                                                    The  Global Billionaires Club 2018 Torch awards The evening will include a cocktail reception, silent auction, a seated dinner with live entertainment followed by an exclusive celebration party. Cocktail/Red Carpet starts at 7p.m and dinner starts at 8pm- for over 300 elite group of young Billionaires, Celebrities, CEOs and Founders. evdb2018-01-26 14:57:092018-05-24 19:00:00
35 West 44th StreetNew YorkNY10036
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1Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 10:23:182018-04-26 20:15:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
2Maine - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 10:22:222018-04-24 20:15:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
3We the Animals - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 10:27:102018-04-25 18:15:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
4Award Screening: Audience Award, Documentary Second Place - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 05:29:462018-04-29 16:45:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
5Bathtubs Over Broadway - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 10:19:562018-04-26 20:45:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
6Into the Okavango - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 05:30:522018-04-28 18:15:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
7The Bleeding Edge - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 10:24:512018-04-26 18:15:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
8Unwind with a picnic at Central Park More to come Central Park Picnic (Per Person) - $35.00evdb2018-01-21 02:40:032018-07-01 11:30:00
84th (between East End and York)New YorkNY
9INTREPID SEA, AIR & SPACE MUSEUM TO HOST 3rd ANNUAL 1940’S-STYLE SWING DANCING EVENT BATTLE OF THE BIG BANDSThe Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum joins with Prohibition Productions to host Battle of the Big Bands, an epic music and swing dancing event on the flight deck of the historic aircraft carrier Intrepid located at Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue) on Saturday, May 26, from 8:00pm to 1:00am. The event is part of the Museum’s celebration of Fleet Week New York 2018. Celebrate the music, dancing and style of the swing era with a spectacular lineup of over 80 performers, including three of NYC’s best big bands—the Eyal Vilner Big Band; the George Gee Swing Orchestra; and Artie Shaw Orch. Costumes and dancing shoes are encouraged. For fashion lovers, the evening will include a vintage fashion show and contest and a 3,200 square-foot dance floor will provide room for a dance contest, swing dance performances, and free beginner swing dance lessons. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase. This event is open to adults ages 21 and over. Tickets are required and space is limited. Tickets start at $49.00. VIP ticketholders will get an exclusive tour on the hangar deck. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.intrepidmuseum.org. DATE: Saturday, May 26 TIME: 8:00pm to 1:00am LOCATION: Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue) Manhattan ### About the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is a non-profit, educational institution featuring the legendary aircraft carrier Intrepid, the space shuttle Enterprise, the world’s fastest jets and a guided missile submarine. Through exhibitions, educational programming and the foremost collection of technologically groundbreaking aircraft and vessels, visitors of all ages and abilities are taken on an interactive journey through history to learn about American innovation and bravery. The Intrepid Museum fulfills its mission to honor our heroes, educate the public and inspire our youth by connecting them to history through hands-on exploration while bridging the future by inspiring innovation. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Museum Hours: April 1 – October 31: Monday - Friday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday-Sunday, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM November 1 – March 31: Monday-Sunday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Museum Cost of Admission: Adult: $33.00 Seniors (65+): $31.00 Child (5-12): $24.00 Children under 5: Free *NYC Resident Admission (includes five boroughs): Adults and seniors: $19 Child (5-12): $17 *Retired and Active U.S. Military and U.S. Veterans: Free Free admission for U.S. military and veterans generously provided by Bank of America. *Proper ID required. Tickets are available for purchase on the Intrepid Museum website, www.intrepidmuseum.org. Location: Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue), Manhattan Public Transportation: Directions by NYC Metro Bus: Take cross-town buses west. M34 (34th St.), M42 (42nd St.) or M50 (49th St.) to 12th Ave. and Hudson River. Intrepid is a short walk north from the M34 and M42. The M50 drops off directly in front of the Intrepid Museum. Directions by NYC Metro Subway: Take the A, C, E, N, Q, R, S, 1, 2, 3 or 7 train to 42nd St., then walk or take the M42 West bus to Hudson River (12th Ave). Walk north to Intrepid. Directions from water: Take New York Water Taxi to Pier 84 and walk one block north to the Intrepid Museum. From New Jersey, take the New York Waterway to Midtown (38th St.) and walk north on 12th Avenue to the Museum.aferrara5ed802018-04-23 11:29:112018-05-26 20:00:00
2018-05-27 01:00:00
EAST 116 STREET between 2 AVENUE and LEXINGTON AVENUENew YorkNY
10Shorts: Loose Ends - Tribeca Film Festival evdb2018-03-29 05:31:352018-04-28 16:45:00
260 West 23rd StreetNew YorkNY10011
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1The Daily Show
Come join us for a night of stand-up comedy featuring correspondents, writers, and friends of Comedy Central's The Daily Show!
evdb2018-04-23 02:30:092018-05-24 20:00:00
239 3rd AvenueNew YorkNY10003
2Entrepreneurs Roundtable 118 Our speaker at this event will be:  Mikhail Gurevich Dominion Capital http://www.domcapllc.com/ To pitch your startup at this event, please apply at:   http://goo.gl/forms/Qa4ndN3Q9O      Format: Introductions, Q&A, 5 Pitches from Startups and Feedback. http://eranyc.com To hear about future events, please sign up at http://eranyc.com Organizer: Murat Aktihanoglu (@muratny) evdb2017-11-13 05:21:272018-05-08 18:00:00
11 Times SquareNew YorkNY10036
3Quinteto de Academia QUINTETO DE ACADEMIA Bandoneon, flute, oboe, clarinet and bass clarinet From Buenos Aires – Argentina. A new sound concept for tango and Argentine music, performing original compositions and new arrangements of traditional music of the genre. The QUINTETO DE ACADEMIA was formed in 2016 at the initiative of Leandro Ragusa and Nili Grieco, with the aim of bringing a new sound experience in the interpretation of Tango and Argentine Music, offering the audience their own compositions and versions of tangos, milongas, waltzes and traditional themes of the genre. Bridging the barriers that exist between academic and popular music, the Academy Quintet presents its first CD "Dynamics of the Wind" and, for the originality of the instruments that make it up (Bandoneón + Cuarteto de Maderas - flute, oboe, clarinet and clarón), is presented as the first assembly of these characteristics in the History of Tango. http://quintetodeacademia.wixsite.com/quintetodeacademiaevdb2017-12-02 08:09:112018-05-24 20:00:00
40-19 Gleane StElmhurstNY11373
4Sinatra and SextetRecent inductee into the World Famous “Friars Club”, Frankie Sands is one of the top Frank Sinatra Tribute Artists on the East Coast and will re-create “Mr. Sinatra’s 1962 World Tour for Children’s Charities”. The 1962 Tour featured 32 concerts in 2 months accompanied by a handpicked 6-piece band playing arrangements created specifically for this tour.stephen6ba782018-04-24 09:58:582018-06-08 20:00:00
2018-06-08 22:00:00
11 City PlaceWhite PlainsNY10601
5Singles | New York Speed Dating Event A low key, sophisticated approach to dating in New York. Preferring a 'less is more' environment devoid of typical event trappings. Gone are the name-tags, shouting and over-the-top party trimmings. Meeting your special someone shouldn't be anything but a comfortable and relaxed experience. Creating a private club atmosphere while recognizing our clients are also our product - we reward lovely daters with discounts and complimentary events and refuse service to anyone we don't think you'll fancy meeting. This is where being lovely has it's perks! Speed Dating @ Raise - May 8th 2018 Ages: 24-38 | 8PM 416 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016 http://www.speednydating.com SpeedNY Dating & Matchmaking evdb2018-01-14 09:11:412018-05-08 20:00:00
416 3rd AvenueNew YorkNY10016
6DEADLY NIGHTS- The Iron Maidens- Magus Beast Only tri State area appearance for the Iron Maidensevdb2018-01-10 17:39:572018-05-08 19:00:00
80-12 51st AveElmhurstNY11373
7Job Search Strategies for the Mature Worker

Mature workers can face a struggle when it comes to searching for and obtaining employment. This class will define the mature worker, describe obstacles such workers may face, and explain how and where to search for jobs. Preregister online at jobmap.queenslibrary.org. For more information, visit the Job Information Center or call 718-990-8625. This program is funded by NYC Council Member Rory Lancman.

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evdb2018-01-13 16:32:232018-05-24 12:00:00
15821 Jewel AvenueFresh MeadowsNY11365
8Art New YorkArt New York, presented by Art Miami, the preeminent producer of leading international contemporary and modern art fairs, will return with its fourth edition on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at Pier 94 in Manhattan. An elegant VIP Preview will be held between 2pm and 5pm, before the fair opens to the public that evening. Art New York will offer both noteworthy and fresh works by important artists from the modern, post-war and pop eras, and feature paintings, photography, prints, drawings, design and sculpture. In addition, the fair will provide collectors with the opportunity to acquire important works of contemporary art from mid-career, emergent and cutting-edge talent by rising and established galleries. The fair welcomes experienced and new art collectors who are looking to experience a carefully-curated, rich-in-content presentation of the best in the global contemporary art market. Pier 94 in Manhattan has become the most important exhibition facility for the arts in the area and annually attracts more than 150,000 of the most discerning, culturally savvy and sophisticated collectors in the world. The exhibition space of Art New York will cover more than 170,000 square feet, set against the dramatic backdrop of the Hudson River. Tickets: $40 one day pass; $75 multi day pass; $25 seniors 62 years+; $25 Groups of 10 or more. Fair Hours: Thursday, May 3, VIP Preview, 2pm – 5pm Thursday, May 3, 5pm – 8pm; Friday, May 4 & Saturday, May 5, 12pm – 8pm; Sunday, May 6, 12pm – 6pm More Information: www.artnyfair.com (800) 376-5850 info@artnyfair.compr5d5e02018-04-23 14:17:562018-05-03 17:00:00
2018-05-03 20:00:00
711 12th AvenueNew YorkNY10019
9Live Music TKO Party Disco R&B Dance Band at Row Hotel NYC HIGH ENERGY Classic dance party hits to current!  Killer horns, smokin' band and GOOD TIMES!  (no cover charge)  Join us weekly at Row Hotel NYC 700 8th Ave. btwn 44th/ 45th streets near all Times Sq. transportation   9pm - 12 (check calendar for dates) (Food and cocktails available)  www.tkobandusa.com   FAQs   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? The Row Hotel is on 8th ave between 44th/ 45th streets - NEAR ALL TIMES SQUARE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION   evdb2018-04-04 02:44:422018-05-24 21:00:00
700 8th AvenueNew YorkNY10036
10Relix Live Music Conferenceevdb2018-02-14 11:24:502018-05-08 09:00:00
61 Wythe AveBrooklynNY11211
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