Hold These Truths is inspired by the true story from a little-known chapter of American history, when civil liberties were under attack, constitutional rights violated, and issues of race hotly debated by a divided country. Written by Jeanne Sakata and directed by Lisa Rothe, this powerful and timely play stars Joel de la Fuente (Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle) as Gordon Hirabayashi in his Drama Desk nominated solo performance.
Hang a Tale Theater Company was nominated for a 2015 Off-Broadway Alliance Award for its production of The Little Prince at the Pearl Theatre. Previous New York productions include A Winter’s Tale, The Dumb Waiter, and Insignificance (in collaboration with London’s Defibrillator Theatre Co.). Hang a Tale seeks both to reinvigorate classic texts and to find fresh stories that respond to the world around us. We are a company of New York artists who embrace a diverse, dynamic theater heritage and seek tales of universality, both old and new, that transcend the limitations of time.
(DOT) November 10-12, 2017 — Weekend Traffic Advisory for Festivals, Parades and Events
Veteran’s Day Festival
The following street will be closed Friday from 10 am to 6 pm for the Veteran’s Day Festival as permitted by the Mayor’s Street Activity Permit Office (SAPO).
- Broadway between Liberty Street and Battery Place
Veteran’s Day Parade and Festival
The following streets will be closed Saturday at the discretion of NYPD for Veteran’s Day Parade and Festival.
- 26th Street between Broadway and Park Avenue
- 27th Street between Broadway and Park Avenue
- 28th Street between Broadway and Park Avenue
- 29th Street between Broadway and Madison Avenue
- 5th Avenue between 26th Street and 52nd Street
- 52nd Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue
- 53rd Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
ADAS Madison Avenue Fair
The following street will be closed Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm for the ADAS Madison Avenue Fair as permitted by the Mayor’s Street Activity Permit Office (SAPO).
- Madison Avenue between 42nd Street and 57th Street
(IAHH) Marc Greenberg, November 14, 2017 — Come learn about how you can be an advocate for our homeless neighbors through fighting for more affordable housing at the local and state level.
DATE AND TIME
Tue, November 14, 2017
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST
Broadway Presbyterian Church
601 West 114th Street
Marc Greenberg, the Exectuive Director of the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing, will be leading us.
The workshop will include:
– Recent Advocacy Victories
– Current Important Campaigns
– Effective Faith-Based Advocacy Strategies
If you can’t make workshop in person, you can join by Webinar.
Links for Advocating in NYC:
The Right to Counsel NYC
Campaign 4 NY/NY Housing
Homes Stability Support
“Turning the Tide on Homelessness”
Source: Homelessness and Affordable Housing Advocacy 101 Tickets, Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM | Eventbrite
(DOT) November 3-5, 2017 — Weekend Traffic Advisory for Festivals, Parades and Events
Nov 5, 2017 – Daylight Saving Time Ends
When local daylight time is about to reach
Sunday, November 5, 2017, 2:00:00 am clocks are turned backward 1 hour to
Sunday, November 5, 2017, 1:00:00 am local standard time instead.
Sunrise and sunset will be about 1 hour earlier on Nov 5, 2017 than the day before. There will be more light in the morning.
Also called Fall Back and Winter Time.
The following streets will be closed Saturday from 8:30 am to 10 am for the NYC Marathon Dash to the Finish as permitted by NYPD.
- 47th Street between 1st Avenue and 2nd Avenue
- 1st Avenue between 50th Street and 47th Street
- 1st Avenue between 47th Street and 42nd Street
- 42nd Street between 1st Avenue and 6th Avenue
- 6th Avenue between 42nd Street and 59th Street
- 59th Street between 6th Avenue and 5th Avenue
- Grand Army Plaza between 59th Street and East Drive
- East Drive between Grand Army Plaza and Center Drive
- Center Drive between East Drive and West Drive
- West Drive between Center Drive and 67th Street
The following streets will be closed SundayNov 5,2017 from 9 am to 6 pm for the NYC Marathon as permitted by NYPD.
(DNAINFO) Allegra Hobbs, Maya Rajamani, Gustavo Solis andJackson Chen,October 27, 2017 — A three-day Greek food festival featuring music and dancing in Upper Manhattan. Delicacies include homemade moussaka, souvlaki, spanakopita and Greek desserts.
Source: 14 Things To Do in Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Halloween Weekend – Central Harlem – New York – DNAinfo
(DOT) October 20-22, 2017 — Weekend Traffic Advisory for Manhattan Festivals, Parades and Events
MidCityNews: Target Celebrates Grand Opening at Herald Square Park
Welcome the retail giant to the neighborhood at an event this Friday. A new era begins on 34th Street later this week, as Targetopens its 43,000-square foot store at 112 West 34th on Friday, October 20. To celebrate its arrival in NYC’s most exciting retail district, the store is “taking over” Herald Square Park on opening day.
New York City will be the theme of the promotion, and Target is filling the park with charming giveaways featuring fanciful versions of iconic features of Big Apple life. A “newsstand” will distribute free MetroCard holders stuffed with coupons, a “fresh fruit stand” will give away cleverly packaged hand-sanitizer, and free mini-shaving cream samples will be available at a “shaved ice stand.” All of this and more will make a visit to Herald Square entertaining and worth your while on October 20.
Target is very excited to be part of the 34th Street scene and is making that known by placing “Target loves Herald Square” messages on tables, chairs, and barricade covers throughout the 34th Street pedestrian plazas until November 29. 34th Street Partnership is pleased to welcome the store to the neighborhood, and wish the company a long and prosperous run here. We urge everyone to drop by on Friday and help us celebrate.
Music, Magic, and More at Tricks and Treats this Weekend
Calling all princesses and superheroes, ghouls and goblins, to Le Carrousel this Saturday for our annual Halloween party.
This Saturday, Le Carrousel will again host the ghoul-est Halloween party in the city, and all kids and their parents are invited. Tricks and Treats at Le Carrousel is one of our most charming events, and has grown to be one of our most popular as well. We encourage everyone to put on their scariest costumes and come enjoy magic, pumpkin
decorating, music, and of course some tasty treats.
It’s free and open to all, and begins at 1pm on Saturday, October 21 (rain date is Sunday, October 22 ). After the bash, be sure to take some spins on your favorite carousel. Single rides are only $3, and a 10-ride discount card is still only $20.
If your little one enjoys Le Carrousel, visit Bryant Park Shop online and you’ll find an impressive array of Le Carrousel-branded onesies, bibs, baby t-shirts, and children’s shirts, all on sale.
USO-Avenue of the Americas Autumnfest
The following street will be closed Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm for the USO-Avenue of the Americas Autumnfest as permitted by the Mayor’s Street Activity Permit Office (SAPO).
- 6th Avenue between 42nd Street and 56th Street
(DNAINFO) Allegra Hobbs, Maya Rajamani, Gustavo Solis andJackson Chen, October 13, 2017 — Artists with studios along the High Line are opening them up to the public this weekend. Visitors can pick up a map on West 26th Street before beginning a self-guided tour of more than 45 private studios.
Source: 9 Things To Do in Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Weekend – Lower East Side – New York – DNAinfo
Booth Gallery, LLC: Booth Gallery represents local and international artists whose works focus on a balance between content, form, research and communication. Booth Gallery aims to explore new avenues of cultural significance and visual communication which responds to the intellectual demands of our audience in pursuit of an edifying cultural exchange.
Last Rites Gallery, LLC: Last rites Gallery is a premiere gallery for contemporary surrealism and a haven for artists to explore and dissect every aspect of the human condition – to investigate the invisible, the unintelligible and the inexplicable with a focus on the most recondite twists and turns of reality.
Last Rites, 325 West 38th Street, NYC, NY 10018, 212 529 0666, email@example.com,
(DOT) September 29-October 1, 2017 — Weekend Traffic Advisory for Manhattan Festivals, Parades and Events
The Korean Day Parade is on Saturday 10/7/2017and steps off at 1200 hours, the formation is W38 St. 5th Ave – Broadway. Formation starts around 10AM.
Big Apple Performing Arts Fair
The following street will be closed Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm for the Big Apple Performing Arts Fair as permitted by the Mayor’s Street Activity Permit Office (SAPO).
- 6th Avenue between 42nd Street and 56th Street
General Pulaski Memorial Parade
The following streets will be closed Sunday from 12 pm noon to 5 pm for the General Pulaski Memorial Parade as permitted by NYPD.
- 36th Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
- 37th Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
- 38th Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
- 39th Street between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
- 5th Avenue between 36th Street and 54th Street
- 54th Street between Madison Avenue and 6th Avenue
92nd Street Y Lexington Avenue Festival
The following street will be closed Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm for the 92nd Street Y Lexington Avenue Festival as permitted by the Mayor’s Street Activity Permit Office (SAPO).
- Lexington Avenue between East 79th Street and East 96th Street
(DNAINFO) September 29, 2017 — Watch a series of features and documentaries about men and women involved in the Black Panther movement who have lived the rest of their lives in jail or exile.
Bring the family to join Rhoda Knight Kalt, granddaughter of dinosaur illustrator Charles R. Knight, in an opera scavenger hunt for missing fossils. Recommended for kids ages 5 and up.
Source: 8 Things To Do in Your Manhattan Neighborhood This Weekend – Central Harlem – New York – DNAinfo