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Athleta Flatiron and Well+Good Sweat Series Present: Stoked 360 with Kira Stokes
On March 1st, join Athleta Flatiron and Well+Good for Stoked 360, "a high-intensity total body sweat sesh that focuses on strength training using your own body weight, plus cardio, to shock muscles and fuel endorphins."
This class is first come, first served. Doors open at 9:00 a.m., class begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 10:30 a.m. Wear sneakers.
For more information, visit or call Athleta Flatiron.
See Saw by CAT Youth Theater at Baruch Performing Arts Center
The CUNY Creative Arts Team presents CAT Youth Theater's newest play, "See Saw," written and performed by students under the direction of the Creative Arts Team, a division of the CUNY Office of Academic Affairs.
Performances will be in the Nagelberg Theater at 55 Lexington Avenue (enter on 25th Street). Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students. For tickets and group rates call CAT Youth Theater at (212) 652-2828.
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Exhibitions at the Center for Book Arts
On exhibition at The Center for Book Arts from January 23rd through April 3rd is Redux: Selected Featured Artist Projects Renewed. As part of the Center’s 40th Anniversary season, this exhibition highlights selected artists who have had a Featured Artist Project exhibition or installation showcasing a cohesive or recent body of work.
Image via Colette Fu
FUNLAND at the Museum of Sex
FUNLAND: Pleasures & Perils of the Erotic Fairground, an art installation by renowned London-based conceptual artist duo Bompas & Parr, features a selection of “carnival attractions” for audiences to enjoy and experience while they contemplate the sexual subtext of carnivals.
Taste the Original Craft Beers at BBC NoMad
Belgian Beer Café NoMad's Perfectly Paired Series consists of interactive tastings of beer flights and complementary canapés led by master sommeliers, brewmasters, and other industry experts. Over the course of each tasting, guests will learn the history and tasting profile of each beer, as well as proper pouring rituals. Beers will be paired with samples of traditional Belgian cuisine prepared by our dedicated chef, Bill Peet.
On Monday, March 2nd from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., join Marc Stroobandt, Belgian Master Beer Sommelier, to learn more about Belgian beers that influenced new American brews. The craft beer movement was brewing in Belgium centuries before it hit the States. Chef Bill Peet will prepare hors d’oeuvres inspired by cuisine from both sides of the pond.
Beer styles offered: Witbier, Saison, Speciale Belge, Lambiek Oude Gueze, Lambiek Fruit Beer, Flemish Sour Red, Flemish Sour Old Brown, Golden Ale, Quadruple
Sessions can be booked in advance for $45 each, or $160 for 4 sessions. Sessions will be limited to 30 participants each.
Trivia Tuesdays at Belgian Beer Cafe NoMad
Bring all your smart, pop culture savvy friends to BBC for a quiz night hosted by TriviaNYC. Each week features an "on this day in history" round, a rapid-fire "name threes" round, the best-curated audio round in the city, and tons of prizes.
No cover. Teams of up to 6 players allowed. Starts at 7:00 p.m.
A Freylekhn Purim at Baruch Performing Arts Center
The National Yiddish Theater/Folksbeine will present "A Freylekhn Purim (A Joyful Purim)," a celebratory reading of the Story of Esther followed by a concert of favorite Purim songs, in Yiddish with Russian and English super titles. Wednesday, March 4th, 7:00 p.m., Engelman Recital Hall, 55 Lexington Avenue (enter on 25th Street). THIS IS A FREE EVENT. DUE TO SPACE LIMITATIONS PLEASE CALL THE BOX OFFICE AT (646) 312-5073 FOR TICKETS. FREE EVENTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE.
Math Encounters at MoMath: Poetry, Drumming, and Mathematics
Did you know that many modern mathematical tools used in probability and combinatorics, and applied in varied technologies such as those on NASA space missions, originated in problems encountered by linguists and musicians thousands of years ago? Princeton University Professor and 2014 Fields Medalist Manjul Bhargava looks at some of these ancient, poetic problems — and their remarkable solutions through the ages — to reveal much about the nature of human thought and the origins of mathematics.
Math Encounters is MoMath’s popular public presentation series celebrating the spectacular world of mathematics, produced with support from the Simons Foundation.
To register for the afternoon presentation at 4:00 pm, click here.
To register for the evening presentation at 6:30 pm, click here.
Super Free Wednesday at the PIT
Every Wednesday night, all night long, see the PIT's best top-line house team improvisers play their brand of long-form improvisation. Come see this show, because what happens tonight will never, ever happen again.
7 shows, all absolutely free. Holy house teams, Batman! It’s SUPER FREE WEDNESDAY!
Fujiko Hemming Piano Solo Concert at Baruch Performing Arts Center
U&H/JTB U.S.A. presents Fujiko Hemming (solo piano) performing works by Chopin, Debussy, Mozart, Ravel and Liszt. Ms. Hemming is an internationally known musician and humanitarian. She is also known for both her piano interpretations and her bout with deafness. She lost her hearing in 1971 and through therapies and treatments in Sweden, Ms. Hemming was able to regain 40% hearing on one side and began to perform again.
Concert will be in the Engelman Recital Hall at 55 Lexington Avenue (enter on 25th Street) on Saturday, March 7th at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $35.00 by calling (212) 352-3101 or online at baruch.cuny.edu/bpac
Image via LA Times