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Mon ‐Thu 8a ‐11p, Fri 8a‐8p, Sat 10a‐6p, Sun 10a‐6p. MID‐MANHATTAN LIBRARY, THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY, 455 FIFTH AVENUE (40TH STREET AND 5TH AVENUE) NEW YORK, N.Y. 10016, 212‐340‐0989, . 30th WEDNESDAY AT 6:30 P.M. Author Visit: Author @ the Library presents: "It Ain’t Necessarily So: Setting the Record Straight About English," with Patricia T. O’Conner, author of "Origins of the Specious: Myths and Misconceptions of the English Language." Do the British really speak better English than Americans? Why don’t French women wear brassières? Does “ain’t” deserve its bad rep? Should “niche” rhyme with “quiche”? Not so fast―the answers may surprise you! In her talk, she covers the whole nine yards (another source of lore!) and debunks myths that have bamboozled word‐loving fans of her popular blog, books, and broadcasts. Donnell@LPA During the renovation of the Donnell Library Center, selected Donnell programs will take place at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Bruno Walter Auditorium. Admission is free and first come, first served. For further information, please call (212) 870‐1630 or email us, donnell‐ For Sunday programs, use the Performing Arts Library's entrance at 111 Amsterdam Avenue, just south of 65th Street. (The Lincoln Center Plaza entrance is closed on Sundays). Sunday, October 4, 2009, 2:30 PM, "On A Sunday Afternoon", Deborah Karpel, soprano sings a concert of songs featured on her recording, "La Promessa". Calling it "Geo‐Classical" this group of voice, guitar, bass, viola and claviola/accordion play an assortment of folk, theatrical and popular songs sung in Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Yiddish, Hungarian, German and English. Featuring Deborah Karpel, soprano, Matt Munisteri, guitar, David Hofstra, bass, Stephanie Griffin, viola, and Rachelle Garniez, claviola/accordion.
The 29th Korean Parade, Saturday, October 3, 12 pm. Parade Course: The Parade will begin at 42nd St. & Broadway and continue down Broadway to 24th Street, NYC. There will be floats, marching bands, Korean Traditional dances and more. There is also the Korean Festival, on 32nd Street, between 5th Ave. and Broadway, while the Korean Parade is in progress, as well as after the parade. For more information, please call The Korean‐American Association of Greater New York at (212) 255‐6969 or visit
Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present a major new work by TAKASHI MURAKAMI. PICTURE OF FATE: I AM BUT A FISHERMAN WHO ANGLES IN THE DARKNESS OF HIS MIND. SEPTEMBER 17 ‐ OCTOBER 24, 2009. 555 West 24th Street NYC . 212.741.1111 F. 212.741.9611 Hours: Tue‐Sat 10‐6pm.‐09‐17_takashi‐murakami
MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL AT FORT TRYON PARK, Sunday, October, 4, 2009 11:30AM ‐ 6PM , Rain Date: Sunday, October 11th, 2009. Phone 212/795‐1600. TAKE THE A train to the 190th St The Medieval Festival brings to life the customs and spirit of the Middle Ages. Manhattan's Fort Tryon Park is transformed into a medieval market town decorated with bright banners and processional flags. Performers, guests and festival goers dress in medieval costume. Visitors are greeted by authentic medieval music, dance, magic, and minstrels, as well as jugglers and jesters. The afternoon is concluded with a thrilling joust between four knights on horseback. Costumed vendors will be on hand to demonstrate and sell a wide variety of medieval crafts as well as food and drink. The festival is free ‐‐ there are no charges for admission or entertainment. Donations at our wishing wells are welcome, however! The festival is held in the area surrounding the world famous Cloisters, a magnificent museum of medieval art located in Fort Tryon Park near the northern end of Manhattan Island. The park offers vistas of the Hudson River and the picturesque Palisades: a setting reminiscent of Europe eight centuries ago.‐york‐ny/events/show/88072019‐medieval‐festival
Brooklyn ‐ HAZMAT MODINE " ... delivers a rustic, deliriously Dionysian blend of ... blues, reggae, klezmer, country and Gypsy‐tinged music."―NPR Sunday, October 4, 2009 at 3 PM Kingsborough Community College ‐ Leon M. Goldstein Performing Arts Center 2001 Oriental Boulevard, Brooklyn, NY 11235, 718‐368‐5596, trains:to Sheepshead Bay Station, Bus B1
Brooklyn – ETHEL ‐ This "high‐octane chamber group" (New York Times) of Juilliard grads pushes the art of improvisation to new heights. ‐ Sunday, October 4, 2009 at 4 PM ‐ Central Library of the Brooklyn Public Library ‐ Dr. S. Stevan Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture ‐10 Grand Army Plaza ‐ Brooklyn, NY 11238 ‐ 718‐230‐2100 – trains: to Grand Army Plaza Station
Manhattan ‐ FOLKLORE URBANO ‐ Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 4 PM ‐ "Authentic and refreshing ... synthesizing jazz with Colombian folkloric music, taking Latin music to an entirely new dimension."—Latin Beat Magazine ‐ Come see what's happening at PS/MS 161M and throughout Harlem at this community arts fair that features Folkore Urbano and local arts organizations, including Harlem Stage at Aaron Davis Hall and the Apollo Theater! Public School 161 ‐499 West 133rd Street (btwn. Amsterdam and Convent avenues)New York, NY 10014 ‐ 212‐690‐5945 – trains: to 137th St - City College Station

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