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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on September 4

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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx today, September 4, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Bronx's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the theaters, for children's concerts and performances. Plus, get details and directions on any street fairs or holiday festivals happening September 4. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Mary Poppins - New Amsterdam Theatre
Through September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

See the magical Broadway version of the classic film.

"Sing a Song of Freedom: The Story of Emma Lazarus and the Statue of Liberty" - Ellis Island Immigration Museum
Through September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

A half-hour play dramatizing how the writer's poem "The New Colossus" transformed the beloved Statue of Liberty into a symbol of welcome.

Sing a Song of Freedom: the Story of Emma Lazarus and the Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Immigration Museum
Through September 04, 2011 -

“Sing a Song of Freedom: the Story of Emma Lazarus and the Statue of Liberty,” a new half-hour play dramatizing how the writer’s poem “The New Colossus” transformed the beloved Statue into a symbol of welcome, is presented seven times daily at the Ellis Island Living Theater. www.statueofliberty.org

Power Incarnate: Allan Stone's Collection of Sculpture from the Congo - BRUCE MUSEUM
Through September 04, 2011 - Greenwich

An exhibit of works from Allan Stone who was a noted art dealer, gallery owner, and collector who died in 2006.

Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body - Long Island Children's Museum
Through September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Bring the kids for a curiosity romp as they learn about the human body. Explore why the body produces mushy, oozy, crusty, scaly, and stinky gunk. Children will be fascinated with the answers. The exhibit runs through September 4.

RICHARD AVEDON: Photographer of Influence - Nassau County Museum of Art
Through September 04, 2011 - Roslyn Harbor

American photographer Richard Avedon worked in New York from the 1950s through to the 21st century. He is highly regarded for revolutionizing the genre of portraiture. Avedon created some of the most iconic works of the 20th century and his influence in the world of fashion photography created the transition to many of today's compelling images. The exhibition runs through September 4.

ROBERT HITE: IMAGINED HISTORIES - Nassau County Museum of Art
Through September 04, 2011 - Roslyn Harbor

Hite, a sculptor, painter, and photographer whose work reflects nature and the surrounding landscape, installed and photographed a series of mixed media architectural sculptures, from 2006 to 2010, called Imagined Histories: Hudson Valley Landscapes. The Contemporary Gallery exhibition includes a sculpture and black and white photographs from the series. The exhibition runs through September 4.

Cirque du Soleil Presents 'Zarkana' - Radio City Music Hall
Through September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

This epic spectacle features 71 international artists and follows Zark, a magician on a quest to find his lost powers. Along his journey, audience members are plunged into a fantastical and suspenseful world inhabited by surreal and mesmerizing creatures who perform highly-acrobatic feats to original live music and interactive multimedia elements.

Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body - Long Island Children's Museum
Through September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Explore why your body produces mushy, oozy, crusty, scaly and stinky gunk. Take a "Tour du Nose" to explore 10 nasal features, including how your nose acts as an air filter, a smell sensor and a mucus producer. Play the pinball game "Gas Attack" by scoring off bumpers dressed up as food items that cause gas. Mimic the build up of acid indigestion by causing the "Burp Machine" to release a giant belch. Take a ride on the GI slide, climb a large-scale replica of human skin, and discover other mysterious ways your body's biology does what it needs to do to keep you healthy. The exhibition runs through September 4.

KaleidoZone— Reconstructing Reality - Long Island Children's Museum
Through September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Discover the beauty of collage at this exhibition of artwork created by individuals with autism and other special needs participating in Art Therapy programs at Family Residences & Essential Enterprises, Inc. The artists are a courageous group of people who, in spite of their challenges, took the risk to "talk" through their art-making process. The exhibit runs through September 4.

Circus! Science Under the Big Top - New York Hall of Science
Through September 04, 2011 - Flushing

If you've always wanted to join the circus or simply feel the thrill of performing in the center of the ring, this exhibit if for you. In this exhibition, you can walk a tightrope, practice elastic acrobatics, and learn how to juggle.

The Magdalene A Musical Play - Theatre at Saint Clement's
Through September 04, 2011 -

A MUSICAL PLAY 90 Minutes. No Intermission. Composed by James Olm . Book by J.C. Hanley and James Olm. Creative Consultant - Richard Maltby Jr. Directed by Richard Burk . Theatre at Saint Clement’s – 423 West 46th Street (between 9th and 10th Avenue) . The Magdalene is a contemporary musical in the spirit of Jesus Christ Superstar and Godspell about Mary Magdalene and her powerful relationship with the man known to the world as Jesus Christ. This ultra-progressive story is inspired by the recent discovery of alternative biblical gospels – The Gnostic Gospels. In these Gospels, we behold Mary Magdalene not as a prostitute but as the most enlightened of all the disciples and the Apostle of all Apostles. In this passionate musical about religion and sacrifice, Mary and Yeshua are destined to become husband and wife, and face together the dangerous and corrupt powers of the time – the Roman Empire and the church –battling not only new religious ideas, but also the opposition to empowering women. Richard Maltby Jr. is the Tony Award®-winning director for Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Tony Award® nominee for Miss Saigon. SPECIAL OFFER! $28 (Reg. $45) June 14- June 26; $32 (Reg. $55) June 28- September 4; Tuesday 7pm, Wednesday 2pm & 7pm, Thursday 8pm, Saturday 2pm, Sunday 3pm. $32 (Reg. $55) June 14- June 26; $39 (Reg. $65) June 28- September 4; Friday 8pm and Saturday 8pm. Special Onstage Seating! All Performances - $28 (Reg. $45) – June 14-June 26; $32 (Reg. $55) – After June 28. Performance Schedule*: Tuesday 7pm | Wednesday 2pm & 7pm |Thursday 8pm | Friday 8pm | Saturday 2pm & 8pm| Sunday 3pm. *No performances 6/22 and 6/29. Performances on Tuesday 6/14 and 6/21 and Wednesday 6/15 begin at 8pm. No matinee performances Wednesday 6/15 and 7/6. Additional Sunday evening performances 6/19, 6/26, 7/3, and 7/10 at 7pm. THREE EASY WAYS TO BUY: ONLINE: Visit www.TheMagdalenetheMusical.com and use code MARK611. PHONE: Call 212.352.3101 and mention code MARK611. IN PERSON: Print out a copy of this offer and visit the Theatre at Saint Clement’s Box Office – 423 West 46th St (between 9th and 10th Avenue) FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: www.TheMagdalenetheMusical.com *Offer expires 9/4/11. Offer is subject to availability and may be revoked at any time. Performances on 6/14 and 6/15 begin at 8pm. No performances 6/22 and 6/29. No matinee performances Wednesday 6/15 and 7/6. Additional Sunday evening performances 6/19, 6/26, 7/3, and 7/10 at 7pm. Offer not valid 6/27/11. Blackout dates may apply. Orders made by phone or internet are subject to additional fees. No exchanges or refunds. Not valid for prior purchases. Cannot be combined with other offers. Limit 8 tickets per order. Schedule subject to change. All sales are final.

"The Magdalene: A Musical Play" - Theatre at Saint Clement's
Through September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

A contemporary musical about Mary Magdalene and her powerful relationship with the man known to the world as Jesus Christ. This ultra-progressive story is inspired by the recent discovery of alternative biblical gospels - "The Gnostic Gospels." In this passionate musical about religion and sacrifice, Mary and Yeshua are destined to become husband and wife, and face together the dangerous and corrupt powers of the time - the Roman Empire and the church - battling not only new religious ideas, but also the opposition to empowering women.

The 1750 Ogden House Tours - Fairfield Museum and History Center
September 04, 2011 - Fairfield

Enjoy docent-led tours of the 1750 Ogden House and see how people lived in the 18th century. The house is furnished with period objects including textiles and fine pieces of furniture with Fairfield provenance.

Community Gallery – Colorsong: A Conversation - Long Island Children's Museum
Through September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Stop by the Community Gallery to view poems and art work by students of Jackson Avenue and Lakeville elementary schools inspired by artist Susan Ruth Cohen's new book "Colorsong." This exhibit runs through September 4.

Harlem Meer Performance Festival - Charles A. Dana Discovery Center
Through September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

Now in its 18th summer, the Central Park Conservancy's Harlem Meer Performance Festival features the best in local, established, and emerging artists in the genres of jazz, Latin, gospel, blues, and world music. Some chairs are provided, or bring a blanket and picnic lunch to enjoy the music from one of the Park's nearby lawns.

Robert Hite: Imagined Histories - Nassau County Museum of Art
Through September 04, 2011 - Roslyn Harbor

Hite's work, as sculptor, painter, and photographer, reflects nature and the surrounding landscape. From 2006 to 2010, he installed and photographed a series of mixed/media architectural sculptures called Imagined Histories:Hudson Valley Landscapes. The exhibitions include sculpture and black and white photographs of works from the series. The work will be on view through September 4.

The Art of Light and Energy - The Science Barge
September 04, 2011 - Yonkers

Kids ages 5-10 will learn about solar and wind energy on the floating Science Barge, then create rainbow pinwheels, and see how they make wind and white light.

Mommy and Me Yoga - Full Circle Family Care
September 04, 2011 - White Plains

Strengthen your body, center yourself, and feel energized while you bond with your baby. Fussing, crying and fidgeting is fine. Babies should be 6 weeks old and not yet crawling. Bring a blanket or car seat for your baby.

From Here to There - Discovery Museum and Planetarium
Through September 04, 2011 - Bridgeport

Encounter the laws of gravity, friction and motion. Lift, launch, and levitate your way through hands-on, interactive exhibits to explore how things move by land, sea, and air.

Farmer's Market - Rye
September 04, 2011 - Rye

Fresh, local baked goods, cheese, cut flowers, dairy products, fruit, hand-made soaps, herbs, meats, organic produce, plants, prepared foods, specialty foods, vegetables, wines, and more.

Breathless - Theater for the New City
Through September 04, 2011 - New York

"Breathless" (world premiere) written by Stacy Osei-Kuffour, co-directed by Michael Sutherland and Stacy Osei-Kuffour. Johnson Theater - Thursday, September 1 at 9:00PM; Friday, September 2 at 7:00PM; Saturday, September 3 at 7:00PM; Sunday, September 4 at 5:00PM and 7:00PM. Running Time: 60 minutes | Tickets $12. "Breathless" is a story of two people from opposite spectra colliding on a train one late night in Chicago, Illinois. A young woman from the suburbs and a wannabe thug from the inner city engage in a unique conversation that forces them to discover they are more similar than they thought. Both people are trapped in a world they do not want to live in, a world in which both people are dying to breathe. Stacy Osei-Kuffour has had readings, workshops, and productions of her plays all over New York City. Readings include: "Breathless" (produced by TMTC) and "Red Red" (produced by On the Square Productions) at New World Stages. Workshops include: "Breathless," which she co-directed and starred in (Downtown Urban Theater Festival) and "In the Evening," in which she co-directed and starred (Stella Adler Studio of Acting). Productions include: "The Painter," which was a finalist for Best Play of 2010 in the Strawberry Festival of One-Acts (American Theatre of Actors) and the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival (Lion Theater). She received her BFA at NYU Tisch School of the Arts/Stella Adler Studio. Michael Sutherland directed "The Painter" in the Strawberry Festival, where it was a finalist for Best Play 2010, and at the Samuel French OOB Festival 2011. He co-directed and starred in "Breathless" (Theater for the New City) and "In the Evening" (Stella Adler Studio) both plays by Stacy Osei-Kuffour. Upcoming stage credits include acting in "Killing John Grisham" at Fringe NYC. Sutherland received his BFA NYU Tisch School of the Arts/Stella Adler Studio. www.michaeldsutherland.com

I Wonder if it's Possible to Have a Love Affair that Lasts Forever? (or) Things I Found on Craigslist - Theater for the New City
Through September 04, 2011 - New York

"I Wonder if it's Possible to Have a Love Affair that Lasts Forever? (or) Things I Found on Craigslist" (world premiere) written by Christopher Oscar Peña, with music and lyrics by Jake Rabinbach, directed by Mike Donahue. Cino Theater - Sunday, August 28 at 2:00PM; Thursday, September 1 at 9:00PM; Friday, September 2 at 9:00PM; Saturday, September 3 at 7:00PM; Sunday, September 4 at 2:00PM. Running Time: 2 hours | Tickets: $15. Duendes, Facebook, Narcissus and illicit sexual encounters collide as a group of high school friends now in their late 20s wake up to the fact that they still may have fucked it all up. Cruel, funny, sexy and magical, this play explodes the idea that with or without technology, we may all be a lot more connected than we'd like to think -- and that it might take more than just revisiting the past to discover the future that is now. Christopher Oscar Peña is a playwright from California currently living in Harlem. His work has been developed or seen at the Public Theater, NYU Graduate Acting, INTAR, the UCSB Summer Theatre Lab, Theatre C, The Studio/ New York, the Ontological Hysteric Incubator, Rising Circle, The Flea Theater and the New York Theatre Workshop. Current projects include the musical "(E)vaporate: A Screwed-Up Reinvention of Orpheus & Eurydice" in the form of a made-up love song with composer Parker Ferguson. With director Chay Yew, Christopher is working on developing his plays "Maelstrom" and "Icarus Burns." Peña is reimagining Calderon's “Life is a Dream” with composer/musician Kevin Joaquin García (who records and tours with Wheatus, Duncan Sheik, Gato Loco and others). With Vayu O'Donnell, he is the creator of "80/20," a new series for the Web launching this fall, in which he will also be co-starring. His play "One of Us," was awarded a 2005 Corwin Award and his play, "5-Letter Word (or How Orpheus Became Learned)," was nominated for a Corwin Award the following year. He has been a visiting fellow at the O'Neill Playwrights Conference. Most recently, his play "Maelstrom" was awarded the 2009 Latino Playwrights Award from the Kennedy Center (ACTF) in Washington, D.C. A member of INTAR's Hispanic Playwrights Lab, he is also an associate artist with Diverse City Theater Company, Theatre C, literary manager of Monarch Theater company, and a 2008-2009 Emerging Artist fellow at the New York Theatre Workshop. In 2010, Peña was in residence with the Ontological Hysteric Incubator developing "l(y)re" in Ontological's Short Form series. He is currently working on commissions from The Studio/ New York, Theatre C, Diverse City Theater and Old Vic New Voices. He received his BA in Dramatic Arts from UC Santa Barbara, where he studied with Naomi Iizuka. He holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

'La Mano: Tales of the End of the World' - Theater for the New City
Through September 04, 2011 - New York

"La Mano: Tales of the End of the World" (New York Premiere) written and directed by Aravind Enrique Adyanthaya. Cino Theater - Wednesday, August 31 at 7:00PM; Thursday, September 1 at 7:00PM; Friday, September 2 at 7:00PM; Saturday, September 3 at 2:00PM; Sunday, September 4 at 7:00PM. Running time: 70 minutes | Tickets $15. "La Mano: Tales of the End of the World" theatricalizes three short narratives dealing with apocalypse, chaos, Babel, violence and beauty. Set in a Caribbean island, the stories bridge what we consider true life and hallucination. Based on a new published narrative anthology by Aravind Enrique Adyanthaya, "La Mano" centers on three stories of quotidian horror. In "Julia and the Jogger of Cemeteries," an eight-year old girl who fervently believes in the end of the world is confronted by a jogger who runs through cemeteries thinking that the tombstones are as infinite as the world itself. In "Slaughterhouse," the encounter of a mature man with a much younger man who affirms that they had studied together in grade-school serves as a starting point of an exploration of memory and exquisite violence as they walk through phantasmagorical towns on the island. Finally, "Readings from the Apocalypse" meta-theatrically presents a stage director who feels the century has not yet ended and tries to use matter (animate and inanimate) to achieve a staging of the point after the end. Aravind Enrique Adyanthaya is the founder of Casa Cruz de la Luna, an experimental theatre company based in an old house in the historical district of San Germán, Puerto Rico. In the U.S., his work has been presented and developed by Intermedia Arts, Red Eye Collaboration, Pregones Theatre, Teatro del Pueblo, the Weisman Art Museum, the Guthrie Theatre,the Children's Theatre Company of Minnesota, the Public Theatre, the Lincoln Center's Directors' Lab, HERE Center for the Arts, NoPassport Collective and the Solo Nova Arts Festival at P.S.122. Internationally, his productions have traveled to Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, England and the Netherlands. His theories and practices of "escritura acto" have suggested a way of conceiving the stage as a ground of multiple lines of communication and miscommunication in which the live production and reception of mediated written and spoken words converge. "La Mano," a musical theatre/performance piece, premiered in Puerto Rico in 2010. Adyanthaya's other plays include "Hagiografías (Hagiographies)," "Las Facultades (The Faculties)," winner of the 2007 International Playwriting Award from Casa del Teatro, Dominican Republic and the 2008 Asunción Prize from Pregones Theatre; "Quisimos Tanto a Lydia," featured at the 2008 Latin American Theatre Today Congress; "Prometheus Bound," shown as a special presentation at the American Society for Theatre Research 2009 Conference; and "The Marquis de Sade is Afraid of the Sea," an "escritura acto" ensemble piece which toured the island's universities in 2009. Aravind has been awarded a Jerome Playwriting Fellowship and a McKnight Advancement Grant, both from the Playwrights' Center, and a Jerome Performance Art Fellowship by Intermedia Arts. He is currently an Artist of Color Directing Fellow at New York Theatre Workshop. He holds a Ph.D. in theatre historiography from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and an M.D. from Mayo Medical School.

'Luminescent Blues' - Theater for the New City
Through September 04, 2011 - New York

"Luminescent Blues" (world premiere) by Leon Pease, directed by Sarah Semlear. Johnson Theater - Thursday, August 25 at 9:00PM; Saturday, August 27 at 7:00PM; Sunday, August 28 at 7:00PM; Monday, August 29 at 9:00PM; Tuesday, August 30 at 9:00PM; Friday, September 2 at 9:00PM; Saturday, September 3 at 2:00PM; Sunday, September 4 at 2:00PM. Running time: 90 minutes | Tickets: $12. "Luminescent Blues" is a fun tragicomedy about the internet generation. Set in three neighboring Manhattan apartments, its many characters include a woman who writes homoerotic Harry Potter fan fiction, a young man who creates stop motion Star Wars action figure porn and a drummer who's character in World of Warcraft is about to get married. Incorporating video, live music, and computer projections throughout the piece, "Luminescent Blues" explores our ever-changing relationship with the internet and each other. There's even a big musical number at the end! Beside being a playwright, Leon Pease is also founder and artistic director of Theatre in a VAN! His writing credits with Theatre in a VAN! include "The Big Spill: A 10-Minute Musical about the BP Oil Spill," "Gilgord," "King of the Moontopians," "The Subatomic Solution: A 10-Minute Musical Solution to the Conflict in the Middle East" and a new adaption of Bertolt Brecht's "The Elephant Calf." He recently premiered and starred in his own ten-minute adaptation of "The Tempest" for a projected called Shakespeare in the Shower. Pease has also co-written for projects with the Glass Bandits Theatre Company, which include "In Memoriam: A Recession Play in 13 Acts," "Hecuba the Bitch of Cynossema" and "The Best Laid Plans of Seamen." He is currently helping to produce and write music for Theatre in a VAN!'s new projects "Mrs.Perfect" and "The Visit of Unexpected Evil!" written by Crystal Skillman, which will premier at The Brick Theatre's Comic Book Festival in June. Pease holds a BFA in Theatre Arts and Film from the conservatory at SUNY Purchase and graduated from the Baltimore High School for the Performing Arts with a concentration in acting. Sarah Victoria Semlear is a theatre and experimental video director who has worked extensively with Theatre in a VAN!. Her directorial credits with Theatre in a VAN! include "The Big Spill: A 10-Minute Musical about the BP Oil Spill" and "The Subatomic Solution: A 10-Minute Musical Solution to the Conflict in the Middle East." She has also directed and created video promotions for "The Vigil or the Guided Cradle," and "HACK! An I.T. Spaghetti Western," both by Crystal Skillman. Other video and theatre cross over projects include her work on "Hecuba the Bitch of Cynossema" with Glass Bandits Theatre Company and "Friend Me: A Night of Short Performances about Technology and the Internet." Semlear currently works as an editor and encoder for both The Daily Show and the Colbert Report, at Comedy Central. She holds a BFA in Theatre Arts and Film from the conservatory at SUNY Purchase.

'Nine/Twelve Tapes' - Theater for the New City
Through September 04, 2011 - New York

"Nine/Twelve Tapes" (world premiere) script arranged by Leegrid Stevens from post-9/11 interviews, directed by Ryan Pointer. Cabaret Theater - Wednesday, August 31 at 7:00PM; Thursday, September 1 at 9:00PM; Friday, September 2 at 9:00PM; Saturday, September 3 at 7:00PM; Sunday, September 4 at 7:00PM. Running time: 90 minutes | Tickets $15. While September 11, 2001 will forever be a day of national tragedy, September 12, 2001 was a day of national confusion, shock and fear. On that day and the days to follow, one young man grabbed a simple audio recorder and hit the streets - compelled to speak with strangers about the attacks. The resulting interviews have been re-created in the nine/twelve tapes just as they were recorded. Using analog equipment and an ensemble of actors, each of these accounts is brought to life with all the background noise and immediacy of those days intact. Equal parts time-capsule and public memoir, the nine/twelve tapes give voice to the national psyche and show us the start of our own recovery. Leegrid Stevens' plays have been seen in downtown New York theatres such as HERE Arts Center, Lark Theatre, Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, Theatre for the New City, Altered Stages, and Spring Theatreworks' Dumbo space as well as several theatres across the US and Europe. His plays have been published by Playscripts, Brooklyn Publishers, Smith & Kraus, Stage Tribes, and by NY Theatre Experience. Plays include "The Dudleys!," presented at the Dream Up Festival and winner of Talkin' Broadway 2010 Citation for Outstanding New Play, "The Twelfth Labor," developed at the Lark Theatre's Playwright's Week, "Post-Oedipus," "Leda's Swan," "Echo's Longing," "Still Life With Runner" and "Theme & Variations." Stevens was named as one of the "People of the Year" by nytheatre.com in 2005 which caqlled him, "Indisputably one of the smartest and most innovative young playwright/directors working in New York's Indie theatre scene." He is a graduate of Columbia's School of the Arts. Ryan Pointer wants to bring this important project to the masses as we near the 10 year anniversary of 911. Originally from Texas, he has produced and directed a wide variety of projects there including acclaimed productions of Shakespeare's R&J by Joe Calarco, "Proof” by David Auburn, the dance musical "Swing!," Steve Martin's adaptation of "The Underpants" and "Amadeus" by Peter Shaffer.

'The Fourth State of Matter' - Theater for the New City
Through September 04, 2011 - New York

"The Fourth State of Matter" (world premiere) written by Joseph Vitale, directed by Robert Angelini. Cino Theater - Sunday, August 21 at 2:00PM; Monday, August 22 at 9:00PM; Monday, August 29 at 9:00PM; Saturday, September 3 at 5:00PM; Sunday, September 4 at 5:00PM. Running Time: 90 minutes | Tickets: $12 - Based on the shootings at the University of Iowa in 1991, "The Fourth State of Matter" explores the incidents and forces that drove a gifted Chinese astrophysics student to murder his dissertation advisor and several other students. The presentation, played by a large cast, ponders an unlikely killer’s motive and makes us think about who, the why and the how. Joseph Vitale received his B.A. in English Literature from Rutgers University, where he graduated magna cum laude and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. While at Rutgers, he received the Alpha Psi Omega Award for playwriting for his first play, "The 49th Cup," which was produced at the Rutgers-Newark Theater Workshop. He has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and a master's degree in Liberal Studies from the New School for Social Research. He spent fifteen years in journalism, working as a reporter for the Bergen Record newspaper and as an editor for United Features Syndicate and Channels magazine. He joined New Jersey Monthly in 1987, eventually serving as the magazine's executive editor. He has been published in The Boston Herald, the San Francisco Review of Books, and several magazines. He was a theater critic for the New York Arts Weekly. He is currently the Executive Director of College Advancement and Planning and Vice President of the County College of Morris Foundation. In addition to his work at Rutgers, he studied playwriting at HB Studios in New York, working with playwrights Dick Longchamps and William Packard. He is currently a member of the Theater Project Writers Group in New Jersey. Vitale is the author of six plays: "The 49th Cup," "A Reasonable Facsimile," "The Company," "Murrow" (which was optioned by David Susskind in 1985), "The Interpreter," and "The Fourth State of Matter." Vitale also wrote a novel, "Image." He is currently working on his seventh play. Robert Angelini is making his acting and directorial premiere in New York City with this production of Joe Vitale's "The Fourth State of Matter." Bob began directing with the West Park Players of Ocean Township High School in New Jersey in the spring of 1996. In his tenure at the school, Bob has directed over 30 musical and dramatic productions including "A Chorus Line," "Into the Woods," "Curtains," "Ah, Wilderness!," "The Miracle Worker" and "Our Town." He was awarded the Best Director Award for his work in "The Laramie Project," "Cats" and "Les Misérables" by the Count Basie Theater in Red Bank, NJ. Angelini's credits include: Film: "Project Nim" (Lab Tech), James Marsh, Dir.; Regional: "The Full Monty" (Reg) ReVision Theater, NJ; Cabaret: "Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens" (Walter), Cabaret For Life; Community: "To Whom It May Concern" (Homeless Man), "Picnic" (Alan), Atlantic Stage Company. Angelini has also appeared in various New Jersey college, community and civic theater productions over the last 30 years. His career as veteran police officer of 26 years informs his theatrical life.

Just Drop In! - Guggenheim Museum
September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

Explore exhibition highlights through creative, interactive projects led by museum educators. For families with children ages 3-10. Call to register.

FAMILY ART PROJECT - CONSTABLE'S CLOUDS AND CEZANNE'S TREES - Wave Hill
September 04, 2011 - Bronx

Sketch your favorite trees and hilly landscape, then look up and draw the sky. Ecology Building.

Artist Gallery - 'Watercolor in Good Company' - Muscoot Farm
September 04, 2011 - Katonah

A watercolors show by the Westchester Watercolor Group. Exhibit in the Main House Gallery.

Early Fall Migrants - Marshlands Conservancy
September 04, 2011 - Rye

Come and discover those "confusing fall warblers" and many other birds on the move for the fall. Please bring binoculars. Long pants and shoes highly recommended.

Walking Tour of Lasdon Perennial Gardens - Lasdon Park, Arboretum and Veterans Memorial
September 04, 2011 - Somers

Enjoy a leisurely walk through the perennial gardens with Lasdon's horticulturist. Learn about the wonderful perennials that will bring beautiful color to your fall garden.

Farmers Market - Muscoot Farm
September 04, 2011 - Katonah

Fresh produce, meat, cheese, soap, candles, honey, maple syrup, flowers, fish, and baked goods are all available at the market.

Bike New York Pedal Stops - Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 1
Through September 04, 2011 - DUMBO/Brooklyn Heights

Pedal Stops are rider-assistance-and-information stations that provide cyclists with bike safety checks, safety instruction, ride suggestions, basic bike repair, informal bike skills, NYPD bike ID, and bike rentals through Bike and Roll.

GNC HIGHLIGHTS TOUR - Greenburgh Nature Center
September 04, 2011 - Scarsdale

Take a guided tour of the gardens and grounds, and learn about the treasures on the Nature Center's 33 acres. Trail maps provided.

New City Street Fair - New City Courthouse Lawn
September 04, 2011 - New City

The New City Chamber of Commerce once again hosts this annual event featuring rides, games, food, entertainment, vendors, and inflatables. Rain or shine.

Apple Cider Making - Tenafly Nature Center
September 04, 2011 - Tenafly

Learn about the history of apple cultivation then make and taste your own cider with a hand-cranked apple press. The nature center will provide apples but more apples mean more cider, so feel free to bring 3 or more apples per person to the program. Pre-registration is requested. Sign up for a 3:30pm Family Nature Walk after the 2pm program.

Historic Old Time Baseball Matches- 1864 Rules - Old Bethpage Village Restoration
September 04, 2011 - Old Bethpage

Take them out to the ballgame. September was a time when Long Island farmers, tradesmen, and shopkeepers would spend leisurely afternoons playing the young and emerging "American Game" - Baseball. Today, Long Island Vintage Baseball Clubs turn out each Sunday at Old Bethpage Village Restoration to play 19th Century rules baseball in the uniforms, style, and rules of the 1860's.

Free Crafts for Kids Every Saturday and Sunday - Lakeshore Learning Store
September 04, 2011 - New Hyde Park

Put little hands to work every Saturday and Sunday with fun craft activities at all Lakeshore Learning Store locations. This free program is ideal for kids ages 3 and up. The program runs through December 31.

Pack Chat for Kids (ages 4-8) - Wolf Conservation Center
September 04, 2011 - South Salem

An introduction to wolves for families with young children. Kids learn about the mythology surrounding wolves and the important role of wolves in the natural world. Guests will visit Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa and Zephyr, as well as endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. Pre-registration is required.

Sense-sational Bounce - BounceU of Farmingdale
September 04, 2011 - Farmingdale

An open play session with music, games, and playtime geared toward children with special needs.

Messy Afternoons - Long Island Children's Museum
September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Tots will be up to their elbows in goop, guts, shaving cream, and Play-Doh in this class full of artistic activities that everyone loves but no one wants to clean up after. The afternoon will offer a variety of sensory activities for children 18 months to 4 years.

Lefferts Historic House 2nd Floor Tours - Prospect Park
September 04, 2011 -

Normally, the second floor of this historic house is closed from public view. Yet this tour allows you a glimpse into an authentic, time capsule-esque, 19th century home with a fully furnished 1820s bedroom.

Handiwork: Crafts and Tasks from the Past - Prospect Park
September 04, 2011 -

Imagine yourself in the past. Learn games, pastimes and tasks that were common 200 years ago.

Discover Tour - Prospect Park
September 04, 2011 -

Talk a walk with one of our naturalists to watch for animals, and investigate little-known facts about the Park and its animal residents.

Arts and Recreation - Prospect Park Audobon Center
September 04, 2011 - Flatbush

Naturalists at the Audubon Center lead structured, fun, and engaging arts activities combined with outdoor nature play that will have kids up and moving like an animal or pretending to be a bat trying to catch a moth.

Early Morning Bird Walk: Fall Migration - Prospect Park Audobon Center
September 04, 2011 - Flatbush

This is the month migration gets into full swing, with adult and juvenile birds returning from their nesting grounds to the tropics. Warblers, flycatchers, sparrows, nighthawks and hummingbirds will pass through the park on their way south. Led by the Brooklyn Bird Club.

Gospel Brunch - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
September 04, 2011 -

EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON, join us for GOSPEL BRUNCH THE WORLD FAMOUS HARLEM GOSPEL CHOIR Get your dose of the Holy Ghost! Ticket includes All-You-Can-Eat-Buffet, Show, Tax and Tip Doors: 12:30pm Show: 1:30pm $40 adv, $42.50 door Every Sunday, for the past 9 years, the world famous HARLEM GOSPEL CHOIR has brought their experience of Harlem & the Black Church to BB King's in a foot-stomping, hand-clapping, joyous gospel brunch-buffet show. The homestyle "all you can eat" southern buffet is guaranteed to fill the hole in your soul, and the Choir's joyous performance will have you dancing on the stage.

Rope That's Fit to be Tied! - Brooklyn Children's Museum
September 04, 2011 -

Learn how to make rope from the African Spear Plant just like they do in Tanzania and Namibia. Mash, scrape, and wind the fibers into a piece of eco-friendly jewelry that will look ravishing around your wrist.

Sunday Family Bingo Night - The Moxie Spot
September 04, 2011 - Brooklyn Heights

Enjoy dinner and games. Small prizes for the winners. Break out some of our board games too!

Weekend Family Programs - Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 1 and Pier 6
September 04, 2011 - DUMBO/Brooklyn Heights

Come explore the wonders of the park with our playground associates who lead educational based activities. Different themes each weekend, so make sure to visit more than once!

Historic New York: The New York Skyline - Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 1
September 04, 2011 - DUMBO/Brooklyn Heights

Learn how NYC grew from a Dutch settlement into a great metropolis with an examination of everything from Military landmarks, Native American culture, and of course architecture and urban planning and development.

The Great Muppet Caper - Museum of the Moving Image
September 04, 2011 - Astoria

Intrepid reporters Kermit, Fozzie Bear, and Gonzo go to London to interview a fashion designer whose jewels have been stolen. When the thieves strike again and Miss Piggy is accused of the crime, it's Kermit and friends to the rescue. This film is present in tandem with the ongoing exhibit, Jim Henson's Fantastic World.

Rite of Summer Classical Music Festival - Governors Island
September 04, 2011 - New York

The final installment in this new series features co-directors McMillen and Goldberg collaborating with two stalwart NYC-based violinists, Miranda Cuckson and Nurit Pacht, and will include rollicking violin/piano duos by John Adams, George Gershwin and others.

Up 4 Art - Staten Island Children's Museum
Through September 04, 2011 - Staten Island

Journey into outer-space by making a Collage with paper cutout planets, stars, and rocket ships, with teaching artist Ron Chironna.

Richmond County Fair - Historic Richmond Town
September 04, 2011 - Staten Island

Enjoy rides, amusements, contests, crafts, popular entertainment, magic and specialty acts, more than 100 specialty vendors, food, and a good 'ol time: Staten Island style!

Chess for Children - Brooklyn Lyceum
September 04, 2011 - Park Slope

Children can work on their chess skills via competition and instruction.

Arty Facts - Brooklyn Museum
September 04, 2011 - Prospect Heights

In each 90 minute Arty Facts class, children 4-7 and their adult friends explore the galleries, enjoy a family activity, and make their own art.

Open Family Sports Time - Park Slope Armory YMCA
September 04, 2011 - Park Slope

Spend time with your child shooting baskets, kicking a soccer ball, or playing some sports. We provide the space and equipment, you just need to be together to play.

Family Sunday at the Museum - Nassau County Museum of Art
September 04, 2011 - Roslyn Harbor

The museum offers a 1pm docent-led family walk-through of the current exhibition and, beginning at 1:30pm, supervised art activities for the whole family. Special family guides of the main exhibition are available in the galleries.

Run or Walk to Remember - Governors Island
September 04, 2011 - New York

A very poignant way to 9/11 and particularly the many who lost their lives. Three races include a 5K, a family friendly 3K, and a children's fun run where children will be placed in age-appropriate groups with distances appropriate for each age group.

Advanced Canoeing - Fort Totten Park
September 04, 2011 - Bayside

Few truly unique experiences compare with being on the open water in New York City. Trained Urban Park Rangers will lead you on canoe adventures that range from the gentle waters of protected lakes, to the challenging open waters of rivers and bays. On an Urban Park Ranger canoe program, you can go from novice to expert in one summer. Advanced canoeing programs are for experienced canoers only. This program requires registration, and participants are chosen by lottery. To enter your name in the lottery, visit nyc.gov/parks/rangers/register on August 24.

New York Renaissance Faire - Sterling Forest State Park
September 04, 2011 - Tuxedo

The 34th Annual New York Renaissance Faire runs for eight consecutive weekends, through September 25. See jousting, a living chess match, and hundreds of brightly costumed performers enjoying a modern interpretation of 16th-century England.

Magic and Movies - Museum of the Moving Image
September 04, 2011 - Astoria

Abracadabra. In this family workshop (for children 10 and up), kids use a variety of simple special effects and animation techniques to produce a magic-show movie starring themselves.

The Films of Frank Sinatra: 'Ocean's Eleven' - Museum of the Moving Image
September 04, 2011 - Astoria

Bring the family out to see a classic. Steven Soderbergh's remake was a lot of fun, but the original shows that the effortless charm and cool of the Rat Pack is impossible to duplicate. Sinatra and Peter Lawford lead a crew of World War II vets—including Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr.—in a wildly ambitious plan to rob five different Las Vegas casinos in a single night.

DISNEY'S CAMP ROCK - CM Performing Arts
September 04, 2011 - Oakdale

A new musical based on the Disney Channel's original movie.

Wee/Mighty Warriors Combo Class - Superior Martial Arts
September 04, 2011 - Saint James

A Mommy-n-Me Classs for children up to four years old. Grandparents and caregivers welcome. Games, music and simple yoga poses are used to stimulate the imagination, develop coordination and increase body awareness. Songs, puppets and stories develop social, sensory and motor skills while increasing flexibility. Registration required.

Mighty/Bold Warriors Combo - Superior Martial Arts
September 04, 2011 - St. James

Children aged 3-6 can learn yoga poses through songs, puppets and stories. Children develop social, sensory and motor skills while increasing their flexibility. Registration Required.

Family Art Project: Constable's Clouds and Cezanne's Trees - Wave Hill
September 04, 2011 - Bronx

Inspired by Constable's clouds and C�zanne's trees, visit and sketch your favorite trees and hilly landscape. Look up and draw the sky. Create a painting to parade around or bring your masterpiece home to remind you of the fresh air and outdoor sights.

Messy Afternoons - Long Island Children's Museum
September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Leaders at the Long Island Children's Museum will be up to their elbows in goop, guts, shaving cream, and play-doh today, and they hope you'll join them for the type of artistic activities that everyone loves, but not one likes to clean-up after (except them). The afternoon will offer a variety of sensory activities for children ages 18 months to age 4.

65th Annual Shinnecock Powwow - Shinnecock Reservation
September 04, 2011 - Southampton

Activities include music and dance performances, fire lighting at sunset, demonstrations, foods and native crafts.

The 36th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show -
Through September 04, 2011 - Bridgehampton

The show features daily hunter, jumper and equitation competitions, boutiques,pony rides, zoo animals and special attractions.

Breakfast with the Princess - The Castle at Westhampton
September 04, 2011 - Westhampton

Come for a royal Breakfast with the Princess. Tickets available at www.thecastleatwesthampton.com.

Celebrating Our Neighborhood: Chinatown, Little Italy, and SoHo - Children's Museum of the Arts
September 04, 2011 - Manhattan

Join artists to create a collaborative "Thank you" to the neighborhoods CMA has called home for the last 20 years.

THE EARTH, WIND & FIRE TRIBUTE SHOW - Celebrating 40 Years Of EWF - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
September 04, 2011 - New York

The Earth Wind & Fire Tribute Band primarily play gospel music, but have a great love for the music of Earth Wind & Fire. We try to recreate the magic they have been creating for over 40 years.

Green Corn Festival - Philipsburg Manor
September 04, 2011 - Sleepy Hollow

A celebration of the Hudson Valley's Native American heritage, green corn festivals, also known as harvest celebrations, marked a time to enjoy a great feast, give thanks, sing chants, dance, and to name children born since the mid-winter festival. There will be participatory presentations of traditional Native American song and dance, games, open-hearth cooking demonstrations, hands-on activities, and child friendly crafts including corn-husk doll making. Picnic fare will be available. Purchase in advance online using the promo code MAIZE.

MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY WALKING TOUR: DAWN POWELL AND THE GREENWICH VILLAGE OF HER TIME - Provided upon registration
September 04, 2011 - New York

Dawn Powell (1896-1965) came to New York from Ohio to be a writer. Though never wildly successful, she wrote some 20 novels and articles, and she mingled with the leading lights of the literary and art worlds of her time. Her novels – several of them wickedly satirical evocations of New York life – have been rediscovered by a new generation of readers who have recognized in her one of the very best of New York writers. Join Municipal Art Society for a tour that will take in her life and works, as well as the Village of her time. The tour will be led by architectural historian Francis Morrone. For more information, visit www.mas.org/tours. Reservations are required.

Free Crafts for Kids - Cupcake Corner Too
September 04, 2011 - Garden City

Every Saturday and Sunday afternoon kids can enjoy making fun crafts items. The craft varies each weekend and takes approximately 20-40 minutes to complete, depending upon the age of the child.

Back to School Blessing for the Children - North Stamford Congregational Church
September 04, 2011 - Stamford

Kids can receive a blessing for a successful academic school year during the Sunday service.

'From Prey to Protection' - Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum
Through September 05, 2011 - Cold Spring Harbor

For thousands of years, mankind has hunted whales. Fifty years ago, public opinion began to change, and commercial whaling came to a halt. What happened? Why? Explore the events behind this complete turnabout in public attitude through artifacts and historic film.

Skin & Bones: Tattoos in the Life of an American Sailor - Mystic Seaport
Through September 05, 2011 - Mystic

Find out about the beliefs, mysteries, traditions and power of the tattoo in American maritime culture.

Blue Star Museums Program - The Heckscher Museum
Through September 05, 2011 - Huntington

The Heckscher Museum of Art is participating in the Blue Star Museums program, a partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, and more than 1,000 museums across America. From Memorial Day (May 30) through Labor Day (September 5), free admission to the Museum is available to any bearer of a Geneva Convention Common Access Card (CAC), a DD Form 1173, or a DD Form 1173-1, which includes active duty military and five immediate family members. Open to Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reserve.

'Harry Potter: The Exhibition' - Discovery - Times Square Exhibition
Through September 05, 2011 - Manhattan

Experience the amazing craftsmanship of more than 200 authentic costumes and props from the Harry Potter films displayed in settings inspired by the films sets. While touring through the exhibition space, discover iconic items such as Harry's original wand and eyeglasses, the Marauder's Map, Gryffindor school uniforms, and costumes worn at the Yule Ball.

Dinosaur Summer - Maritime Aquarium
Through September 05, 2011 - Norwalk

Life-sized robotic dinosaurs move, roar and blink their eyes. Learn how fast young dinosaurs grew, how big they got, what they ate and how they were protected from danger. Peek inside a robotic dinosaur that kids can control. Go outdoors for a fossil dig.

Dino Island II: Escape from Dinosaur Island - Maritime Aquarium
Through September 05, 2011 - Norwalk

In this 3-D simulator ride-film, an international team of scientists try to save prehistoric animals from an island about to be destroyed by a volcano. Strap in to the team's all-terrain/submersible vehicle to encounter flowing lava, an angry stegosaurus, a primordial swamp and Tony the T-rex.

Harry Potter - The Exhibition - Discovery Times Square
Through September 05, 2011 - New York

Experience the amazing craftsmanship of more than 200 authentic costumes and props from the Harry Potter films displayed in settings inspired by the films sets. While touring through the exhibition space, discover iconic items such as Harry's original wand and eyeglasses, the Marauder's Map, Gryffindor school uniforms as well as costumes worn at the Yule Ball. Open Sun.-Wed., 9am-8pm; Thurs.-Sat., 9am-9pm.

'Portraits of Flight' Art Exhibit - Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Through September 05, 2011 - New York

The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, along with the American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA), celebrates 100 years of American Naval Aviation with a new artistic exhibition, “Portraits of Flight: Celebrating 100 Years of American Naval Aviation 1911-2011,” currently on display at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, located at Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue) in Manhattan. “Portraits of Flight” consists of 24 paintings made by ASAA artists and is free with Museum admission. For more information, visit www.intrepidmuseum.org.

'Portraits of Flight: Celebrating 100 Years of American Naval Aviation 1911-2011' - Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
Through September 05, 2011 - Manhattan

The museum, along with the American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA), celebrates 100 years of American Naval Aviation with a new artistic exhibition that includes 24 paintings.

Pompeii The Exhibit - Discovery Times Square
Through September 05, 2011 - New York

Experience Pompeii before and after the epic eruption 2,000 years ago. Imagine the moment their world vanished and discover the miraculous artifacts unearthed since. Witness the life and death of those frozen in time by ash - including the largest collection of body casts ever presented. Over 250 artifact, including some never-before-seen objects and the largest collection of body casts ever on display including a dramatic skeleton collection. A brand-new, immersive movie experience depicting a time-lapsed representation starting from the moment of Vesuvius' massive explosion.

'Farm to Table' - New York Botanical Garden
Through September 05, 2011 - Bronx

Introduce youngsters to the source of favorite foods through play in the Everett Children's Adventure Garden. They'll play farmer and see real plants under a "windmill," and a "barn," complete with hay, then pretend to harvest fruits and vegetables, using them to "cook" yummy recipes at the nearby "cafe." Through September 5.

Richmond County Fair - Historic Richmond Town
Through September 05, 2011 - Staten Island

Check out BMX Stunt Riders! AWE Rock in the Ruins performance stage! Come see the famous Pig Races! Included with admission are amusement rides, contests, games, live music, exhibits and traditional demonstrations. $15/Person, $10/Senior, Children under 30” FREE.

The World's Largest Resort - Ward Melville Heritage Organization
Through September 05, 2011 - Stony Brook

An interactive exhibit featuring local vendors showcasing the best Long Island has to offer.

Hudson River Park's Big City Fishing - Pier 46
Through September 05, 2011 - Manhattan

Beyond learning to fish, the program also provides participants with a firsthand opportunity to learn about the Hudson River environment. Participants will view plankton through microscopes, examine live specimens of fish caught that morning, and identify local species. Rods, reels, bait, and formal instruction are provided. Catch and release only.

Blue Star Museum Program: FREE Admission to Active Military Personnel and their Immediate Families - Guild Hall Museum
Through September 05, 2011 - East Hampton

Free admission is available to active-duty military through Labor Day. A valid military ID admits ID holder and five immediate family members.

New York Beach Ferry - Queens
Through September 05, 2011 - Breezy Point

This one-hour ferry ride to Wall Street in NYC brings you 1 block away from the South Street Seaport and the Heliport. The Rockaway ferry route sails through New York Harbor where you can view The Statue of Liberty, The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Coney Island (Nortons Point) Lighthouse, Breezy Point, Jamaica Bay and The Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge. Also a 2-hour boat ride is offered aboard the 2:30pm run which delivers you back to Breezy Point at 5pm for a special rate of $15.

Beer Garden Tuesdays - Hudson Terrace
Through September 06, 2011 -

Join us as our exquisite Rooftop is transformed into a lavish Beer Garden! Your $25 ticket gains you into entry into an arrangement of rotating breweries as you sample a selection of 5 beers each week while the representatives can educate you on your drink of choice. After tasting all the beers you will receive a full bottle of your favorite one! *Dress Code Enforced: Business Casual Attire Only *Location (Rooftop) is subject to change Tickets can be purchased at http://hudsonterrace.ticketleap.com/beer-garden-tuesdays/ If beer isn’t your drink of choice, come out for our Sunsets on the Hudson and enjoy Happy Hour specials which have something for everyone! Tuesday - Friday @ 5PM Happy Hour Specials include: 2 for 1 Specialty and Vision Vodka cocktails, Bud Light, Blue Moon & Blue Moon Bottles 5-7PM Featuring our retractable rooftop Complimentary Pyrat Rum Punch Open Bar 5-6PM w/ RSVP to info@hudsonterracenyc.com Sunsets on the Hudson Lineup: Beer Garden Tuesdays: Presented by Blue Moon & Village Pourhouse Wine Down Wednesdays: Weekly Wine Tastings from featured vineyards Rewind Thursdays: Classic 80's Retro Hits on NYC's #1 Happy Hour Rooftop Summer Fridays: Featuring Nu-Jazz & Chill House Beer Garden Tuesdays Schedule May 24th – Kona Brewing Company/ 1 limited Goose Island May 31st - Kelso/Inus and Gunn June 7th – Goose Island Brewing Company June 14th - Pale Moon and their seasonals (Attached Logo for future reference) June 21st - Piraat Beer June 28th – Shock Top / Red Bridge July 5th - Ruckus Brewing/Latis July 12th – Stella, Hoegaarden, Leffe blond, NEW Leffe Brune July 19th – Widmer/ Redhook/ Wild Blue July 26th - Goose Island Brewing Company August - September 14th - TBA

The Original Live Mic is back @ Martha Clara Vineyards - Martha Clara Vineyards
Through September 06, 2011 -

The Original Live Mic is BACK @ Martha Clara Vineyards! Every TUESDAY Night, Starting Tues May 31st - Tues September 6th. 7-10pm with Host and MC Rocky Divello. Bring Your Dinner, Friends & Talent! Bring Your Own Instruments - Sound System Available.

New York Says Thank You - IFC Center
Through September 08, 2011 - New York

Independent documentary, New York Says Thank You, makes its theatrical debut at IFC Center in New York City, September 2-8, 2011. The feature-length film follows the New York Says Thank You Foundation, which works to transform the 9/11 anniversary into a positive, hands-on platform for national volunteer service by rebuilding homes, community centers, barns and churches destroyed by disaster.

The 2011 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition - Agora Gallery
Through September 09, 2011 - New York

August at Agora Gallery can only mean one thing – The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition! Agora Gallery is proud to host this annual event, showcasing powerful contemporary works chosen by the competition’s juror. The 2011 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition will take place between August 19, 2011 and September 9, 2011. The opening reception will be on August 25, 2011. The 2011 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition exhibition showcases the remarkable artwork of j

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