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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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SUBJECT: Cultural Events in NYC (March 2016)
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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC

< www.barclayscenter.com >

*

 

The Music of David Bowie – 3/31

a concert featuring “Cyndi Lauper, Jakob Dylan, Bettye LaVette, Perry Farrell, Robyn Hitchcock, The Roots, The Mountain Goats, Ann Wilson of Heart” and other guests
Carnegie Hall, NYC

< www.CarnegieHall.org >

*

 

Johnny Clegg – 3/31 & 4/1

BB Kings Blues Club, NYC

< www.bbkingblues.com >

***



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Cultural Events in NYC – March 2016

 

March is Women’s History Month. 

< www.nwhp.org >

*

 

The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 – 3/1 – 4/2   

This exhibition “explores the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe during their time at the magazine.  . . .  The exhibition presents 37 Louise Dahl-Wolfe photographs shown alongside garments by Christian Dior, Charles James, Mainbocher, Claire McCardell, and Carolyn Schnurer.”

Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC 

< www.FITnyc.edu/Museum >

*

 

The Who Hits 50! – 3/3

“The show--described by Pete Townshend as—‘Hits, Picks, Mixes and Misses’ will see the band play all their classic anthems as well as tackling deeper cuts from their catalog. 

‘This is the beginning of the long goodbye,’ says Roger Daltrey of the upcoming tour.” 

Madison Square Garden, NYC

< www.TheGarden.com >

*

 

Art on Paper – 3/3 – 3/6

“This critically-acclaimed art fair offers the best in paper-based art, from the traditional to the experimental, presented by 75 international galleries.” 

Pier 36, East River, Manhattan, NYC

< http://thepaperfair.com/ny >

*

 

Joan Baez – 3/6

Bergen Performing Arts Center, Englewood, NJ

< www.bergenpac.org >

*

 

International Women’s Day – 3/8

< www.internationalwomensday.com >

< www.unwomen.org/en/news/in-focus/international-womens-day >

*

 

9th Annual Choice Eats Tasting Event – 3/11

featuring “50+ handpicked restaurants from all five New York City boroughs. . . .  Guests will sample the best dishes from restaurants reviewed and heralded in the Village Voice.”  

Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC

< http://choiceeats.villagevoice.com/2016 >

*

 

Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains – 3/12 - 12/4

This exhibition “reflects the dynamic tradition of narrative art among Native nations from the Great Plains.  The exhibition traces the evolution of the art form from historic hides, muslins, and ledger books to more than 50 contemporary works commissioned by the museum. Illustrating everything from war deeds and ceremonial events to notions of modernity and identity, the selected artworks are as diverse as the individuals who created them.” 

National Museum of the American Indian, NYC

< www.NMAI.si.edu >

*

 

Johnny Mathis – 3/18

“Celebrating 60 years as a recording artist, the legendary singer performs his greatest hits.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

Joshua Bell and the Academy of St Martin in the Fields – 3/19

“The violin virtuoso and music director brings rock-star intensity to works by Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Beethoven and Bach.”

NJ Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

< www.NJPAC.org >

*

 

World Poetry Day – 3/21 

< www.un.org/en/events/poetryday >

*

 

Rihanna: The Anti World Tour – 3/27 & 3/30

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NYC