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Ballet Hispanico, which had been preparing for it’s 50th anniversary performances onstage, has moved their celebration online: Announcing B Unidos Instagram Video Series in response to the Covid-19 Virus. Our guest is Artistic Director and CEO Eduardo Vilaro. For more visit BalletHispanico.org, and instagram.com/ballethispanico
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Homeschool Expert Julie Bogart, author of THE BRAVE LEARNER: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and Life, returns with tips for parents and children adjusting to suddenly taking on the role of schooling at home.
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Community Access Unlimited, based in Elizabeth, NJ, helps people with disabilities achieve independence and exercise their power. Advocacy Director Rebecca Kasen discusses how and why CAU is motivating member participation in public policy, voting and the census. For more, visit caunj.org
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BUMPIN’: The Modern Guide to Pregnancy, Navigating the Wild, Weird, and Wonderful Journey from Conception Through Birth and Beyond, is the new book from investor and entrepreneur Leslie Schrock, inspired by questions surrounding her own experience. For more, visit LeslieSchrock.com
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Inwood’s Up Theater Company celebrates it’s 10th anniversary with A Barn Play. Managing Director Laura Fois Bosley talks about this darkly comic fable, with live English-to Spanish translation for select performances. For more visit uptheater.org. (As of 3/16, shows are 4/1-4.)
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For the introverts among us, HIDING IN THE BATHROOM by Morra Aarons-Mele is a guide to getting out there, when you'd rather stay home. Her book helps solve networking anxiety, and she explains how introverts can use their natural, competitive instincts to build their careers.
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NJ Sharing Network is the non-profit responsible for the recovery and placement of donated organs and tissue for those in need in NJ. Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer Elisse Glennon brings news on donation milestones in 2019, and double lung recipient Denise Peoples discusses the organization’s multi-cultural efforts. For more, visit NJsharingnetwork.org
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THE GENIUS OF WOMEN: From Overlooked to Changing the World, the new book by the former Editor in Chief of Parade Magazine, Janice Kaplan, explores the powerful forces that have rigged the system—and celebrates the women geniuses past and present who have triumphed anyway.
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Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre, presents a world premiere performance of HINDSIGHT, in celebration of the company's 20th Anniversary, from March 5-7 at Baruch Performing Arts Center. Founder and Artistic Director Amanda Selwyn takes us backstage. For company details and tickets, visit amandaselwyndance.org.
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In THE FUTURE OF FEELING: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed World, author Kaitlin Philips explores different ways to have meaningful relationships while still plugging in.
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February 23, 2020 16 min
Day One is a nonprofit that partners with youth to end dating abuse and domestic violence through community education, supportive services & legal advocacy. Executive Director Stephanie Nilva discusses their efforts for New York State schools to update sexual education programs to include a healthy relationship curriculum. For more, visit dayoneny.org.
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In her new book, THE KIDS ARE IN BED: Finding Time for Yourself in the Chaos of Parenting, journalist, bestselling author, and mom of two Rachel Bertsche does a deep dive into how parents navigate the time they have to themselves, and how they can actually use it to do something – anything! – pleasurable and fulfilling.
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February 16, 2020 13 min
Parallel Exit, the three-time Drama Desk nominated physical theater company, presents the World Premiere of THE ARTIST WILL BE WITH YOU IN A MOMENT, an immersive audience experience, March 7-29, 2020 at the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre at the A.R.T./New York Theatres, 502 W. 53rd Street. Our guest is Parallel Exit’s Associate Artistic Director, and show creator and solo performer Joel Jeske. For more, visit parallelexit.com.
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In his new book DEATH IS BUT A DREAM: FINDING HOPE AND MEANING AT LIFE’S END, Dr. Christopher Kerr, CEO and chief medical officer at Hospice Buffalo, writes about how we can overcome our collective aversion to death, and reclaim dying as a meaningful and soothing process for both patients and their loved ones.
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American Theater Group’s production of Till will open in previews February 27-28th, with six performances to follow, February 29-March 8th in South Orange, NJ. The musical tells the story of Emmett Till, whose murder in 1955 helped to ignite the Civil Rights movement. Our guests are American Theater Group’s Producing Artistic Director Jim Vagias and Director of Till, Cezar Williams. Find out more and purchase tickets at American...
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In her new book WHY WE CAN'T SLEEP: Women's New Midlife Crisis, Ada Calhoun sheds light on the distinct challenges facing Gen X women.
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In addition to being a National Historical Landmark, Woodlawn Cemetery & Conservancy in the Bronx provides a workforce development program for young people in masonry preservation and conservation. President and CEO Mitch Rose talks about how the program works as a pipeline to an in-demand career, and other educational programs and public events at Woodlawn. For more, visit woodlawn.org
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In his new book, SUCCESSFUL AGING: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of Our Lives, bestselling author Daniel J. Levitin explores the science of aging and why some people age better than others.
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BREAKING UP WITH SUGAR: DIVORCE THE DIETS, DROP THE POUNDS AND LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE, is more than a diet book. Molly Carmel, founder of the food addiction clinic The Beacon Program in Manhattan, explains how to break our emotional and physical addiction to sugar for long term health.
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James D. McNaughton was the first New York City Police Officer to give up his life in the line of duty will serving in Iraq. Recently, a portion of West Broadway in Tribeca was named in his honor. His parents Michelle and Bill McNaughton tell their son’s story ahead of their 15th annual charity fundraiser for veterans organizations and others, Saturday, January 25th in Wantagh, NY at Mulcahy’s Pub, 1-9pm. For more, visit jimmymc...
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