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Join avid Middle School readers for an evening of four superlative authors writing for middle grade audiences. Tony Abbott is the author of The Secrets of Droon, Firegirl, and, most recently, The Copernicus Legacy. Over 12 million copies of his books have been sold worldwide. Christopher Healy is the author of The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom, The Hero's Guide to Storming the Castle, and The Hero's Guide to Being an Outlaw.

On May 15th Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis, a family friendly community walk dedicated to raising awareness and mission-critical funds for cures for digestive diseases. In the past five years alone, they have succeeded in bringing together over 100,000 people and raised close to $40 million to help further CCFA’s mission. 80 cents of every dollar raised goes towards breakthrough research, public and professional education, and patient support services in communities across the nation.

The biannual recycling event returns! Helping artists recycle together since 2010, Load OUT! is the ultimate free-for-all to find those one-of-a-kind pieces for your next production, installation, or moment of inspiration.

Simultaneously nurturing and gently admonishing, Tapp Francke’s latest solo exhibition at gallery nine5 "this is you" includes a back room installation that allows participants to fully absorb the all-encompassing power of color and self-reflection.

Architects Gordon Matta-Clark, Bill Owens, and James Howard Silvers' collective works represent a transitional period in American suburban life; a time when American consumerism was at its largest expansion and postwar suburban fantasy collided with the reality of gas shortages, "stagflation," and a growing unease with the isolation associated with "bedroom communities". The work of these artists and architects is part of a moment when conformity and the established order were being called into question on a mass scale as the "counter culture" movement of the sixties resonated with those affected by the faltering economy of the seventies.  At carriage trade Gallery through May 18th.

"Horizons," at the Cheryl Hazen Gallery, showcases three artists: Russell Sharon, Jeff Muhs, and Bradley Narduzzi Rex. The exhibit investigates the divergence of space and the significance of different elements coexisting harmoniously.

Environmentalists’ beef with the Keurig system is in the single-use, non-recyclable nature of the packaging, given the implications for our waste stream. The individual parts of a K-Cup (plastic, paper and foil) could theoretically be recycled on their own, but the combination is too small and messy for recycling facilities to be able to sort. So our only choice is to throw the whole K-Cup pack, lock stock and barrel, into the garbage.

Kiteya SoHo is  hosting JUNGWON's pop-up store until Saturday, March 29, when there will be a sample sale of the designer's innovative outerwear designs. 

TODAY remember the 1911 Triangle Factory Fire at the site, Washington Place and Greene Streets. From 12-1pm. You can find more information at

Visit PS3's newest exhibition, ARTPARK, a pop-up and benefit for the Arts' school. Curated by Laurie De Chiara from, the interactive show will feature an auction, original works in limited quantities, hands-on workshops with artists, and a lovely gathering with refreshments. Running through 30th. The Opening Reception will be on March 22nd, 4-7p.m.