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Education Courses For the Busy Student

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Art & Design Urbanglass Founded in 1977, UrbanGlass is currently the largest artist-access glass center in the United States. It offers a comprehensive education program of classes, workshops and intensives at every skill level—from novice to professional—in a wide variety of glassworking techniques, including glassblowing, hot casting, kiln casting, lampworking, fusing, slumping, neon, mosaics, stained [&hellip
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Decision ’10: Meet the Candidates

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Attorney General Richard Brodsky RichardBrodsky.com Recent Position: State Assembly member, 1982 to 2010 Assembleyman Richard Brodsky was elected to represent the 92nd Assembly District in 1982 and has served as Chairman of the Committee on Oversigh t, Analysis and Investigation, as well as Chairman on the Committee on Environmental Conservation. In 2002, Brodsky was appointed [&hellip
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Pressed for Time: Hester Street Fair

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April 24, Hester & Essex Streets; 10 a.m.-6, Free. Spearheaded by MTV’s SuChin Pak, who is presumably sick of letting Gideon Yago hog the spotlight, this new flea market launches today and will feature vintage wears, precious keepsakes and food from Lower East Side restaurants to keep you amused and spending money all afternoon. Bottom [&hellip
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Pressed for Time: An Evening at Mr. Capote’s

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April 26, 70 Willow St. (betw. Pineapple & Orange Sts.), Brooklyn, 718-243-1414; 8, $125 and up. As part of The Brooklyn Heights Association’s 100th birthday jamboree, the group is taking a group into the fancy mansion where old Truman scribbled away and giving it a tour, readings and musical numbers from TC’s musical, House of [&hellip
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Pressed for Time: Tribeca Film Festival

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Opens April 21, various locations, tribecafilm.com. Now in its ninth year, the Tribeca Film Festival has grown into quite the behemoth, featuring huge film premieres (the new Shrek schlock), a short films program, conversations with directors and all sorts of other film fun. We’re most excited for the local filmmakers like Keith Bearden and Dana [&hellip
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Pressed for Time: A Conversation With Shepard Fairey

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April 25, The Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy. (at Washington Ave.), Brooklyn, 718-638-5000; 3, Free with admission. Before Shep Fairey was famous for hopey-changey posters, he was the adorable, Andre The Giant-obsessed skater dude who seemed handy with a can of Krylon. Now, on the eve of his big show at Deitch Projects (the gallery’s [&hellip
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