Village Poet Reflects the City

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Grace Shulman, 78, has spent her life writing poems about the wild world of downtown Manhattan “There he is, outside the subway entrance/ where sunlit figures race down steps into darkness/ their hearing, like mine, dulled by traffic whines,” writes Greenwich Village poet Grace Schulman in her poem, “Street Music, Astor Place.” In her upcoming [&hellip
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Seniors Walk the Red Carpet

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The Carter Burden Center for the Aging’s 12th annual fashion show From when the first models took to the runway to the end-of-show standing ovation, audience members were delighted at the 12th Annual Fashion Show starring the seniors, volunteers and staff at The Carter Burden Center for the Aging’s Luncheon Club on the Upper East [&hellip
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Out & About

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Friday November 2nd Conversation with Aziz Ansari Kaufman Concert Hall Lexington Avenue at 92nd 8 p.m. $36 Funnyman and “Parks and Recreation” star Aziz Ansari opens up about his meteoric rise from New York University stand-up comedian to Hollywood A-lister. Unfaithfully Yours Lexington Avenue at 92nd 10 a.m. $25 While conducting his orchestra, Rex Harrison [&hellip
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Miscarriage support group on the UES

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The 92nd Street Y has started its first support group for women and couples who have suffered a miscarriage. The next monthly meeting will be Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Y at Lexington Avenue and 92nd Street. The Y has waived its usual fees. Zev Williams, the director of the Program for [&hellip
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Saving Our Neighborhood Spots

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The city must do more to preserve small businesses that create a sense of community So government is no longer shut down – but in New York City, it was never really “open” to say, saving neighborhood stores and affordable eateries that meet everyday needs. Nor was it even that “open” with the construction of [&hellip
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Coffee & Death on the Agenda

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A local group fosters conversations about death and dying It can be tough to get a conversation going if you want to talk about the late stages of dementia, your last will and testament or the recent passing of your mother. “When you’re at a cocktail party and you lead off by saying, ‘What do [&hellip
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Out & About

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Friday October 25 Man Ray: Printmaker Francis M. Naumann Museum of Fine Art 24 W 57th Street 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Even the many fans of his renowned work as a photographer forget Man Ray’s first passions: painting and printmaking, his gateway into the world of art. See how one of the original innovators [&hellip
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