Come to the wildest party in the city on January 30 and support wildlife conservation. The Wildlife Conservation Film Festivals (WCFF) will host an opening night reception fundraiser to kick off their third annual New York festival benefiting EcoHealth Alliance. This intimate gathering will feature well-known animal experts, surprise guests, short films and an exclusive silent auction.
As the flood waters recede, we all want to get our homes, our places of employment, our communities, and our roads, rails, bridges, and tunnels clean and back to normal as quickly as possible. However, be cautious, hurricane cleanup and restoration work may have serious risks. Doing the wrong thing can endanger your safety, your health, and possibly your life.
Grab yo' masks and grab yo' capes! Lose your secret identity and enter the covert lair of Gotham's most heroic haunted townhouse. At the Superheroes & Villains Halloween Party show off your super power and features music, open bar, and unlimited food. All while supporting a fantastic cause! Saturday, October 27th.
T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre will hold a Salute to New York Theatre at the Maritime Hotel on Monday, November 12, beginning at 6pm. The event will feature the presentation of TSS 2012 Outstanding Achievement Awards to Tony Award-winning actress Judith Light, who is scheduled to return to Broadway later this season in The Assembled Parties; Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley; and NY1 theater critic Roma Torre. Julie Halston will serve as host.
Can you recall a time when there was a bigger backlash against women’s reproductive and workplace rights? Birth control, equal pay—even rape victims—are under attack. What do women stand to lose, and how can we get back on track? Join the discussion with NOW-NYC and leading advocates for women, tonight at 6pm. Panelists include Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, Shelby Knox, and Tamika Mallory.
Join the fight against hydrofracking! Stand alongside Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer, Scarlett Johansson, Sean Lennon, Josh Fox, Yuka Honda of Cibo Matto, and the Artists Against Fracking for a special screening of “Gasland.” Proceeds will benefit the Water Defense International WOW Company. Thursday, October 18th, at 7pm.
As part of it’s 30th anniversary celebration the Hunger Action Network has been holding events around the state, honoring the work of the many who have dedicated themselves to eliminating hunger and poverty. On World Food Day, Tuesday, October 16th, they will hold one such gathering in New York City. “Cream of the Crop” will include light refreshments from local purveyors and chefs including Mary Cleaver, Liz Neumark, Hawthorne Valley and many others, as well as Brooklyn Brewery, with DJ Shomi Noise to get you on your feet!
StraightTalk is a three day annual event that begins on October 12th, bringing together LGBT influencers for a weekend of discussion and debate, where politicians, business professionals, celebrities, and educators explore issues important to the LGBT community.
AFA and Sloan Fine Art are pleased to present “Awakened,” a ten day exhibition and fundraising event, inspired by, and benefiting the pet companions that brighten all of our lives. For this special exhibition, curator Alix Sloan has challenged over sixty artists to create works inspired by the powerful impact of animals in our lives and homes. The cocktail reception for “Awakened” is Saturday, September 22nd from 5 to 8pm.
On August 18th, FringeNYC presents I’m Sorry, a one-woman play, written and performed by Katy Lidsky, about how a people-pleasing apologist became an animal-loving activist. Funny and poignant, this hour-long dramedy, focuses on one woman's journey to finding her voice.