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Wishing you a Healthy, Happy and Prosperous New Year!

Here's our January edition of Inbox Concierge.  I hope you enjoy our list of curated events and activities taking place all month long. 

 If you attend any of the events and would like to share your thoughts, 
please pass them along.       

Have a great month and feel free to contact me for help or advice 
with your real estate needs.

All the best,
Steven Segretta
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718.878.1899
ssegretta@halstead.com
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The Bronx

Explore the Botanical Gardens
After the excitement of New Year’s Eve, take a relaxing stroll through the New York Botanical Garden. In addition to the beautiful seasonal greenery, you can enjoy the holiday train show and musical performances.

Upper West Side

Wozzeck
Set in an apocalyptic pre-World War I environment, “Wozzeck” is an incredible operatic reimagining of an incomplete play written by Georg Büchner. See the masterpiece at the Met Opera throughout January.
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Central Park West

Seneca Village Tour
Explore Central Park’s Seneca Village, which contained the city’s largest community of African American property owners before the creation of the park.
Astoria

Behind the Screen
Visit the Museum of the Moving Image to get an immersive, behind-the-scenes look at the way movies, shows, and digital entertainment are made.
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Chelsea

BUILD NYC
Escape the cold at Chelsea Market, where an interactive building station will provide imaginative fun for all ages.
Gowanus

The Moth StorySLAM
Attend this storytelling competition, where anyone can take the stage to tell a captivating tale based on the evening’s theme.

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Greenwich Village

The Sissieretta Series
In this unique series hosted by Madison McFerrin, local performers and creatives get together to put on a show. This edition will feature comedy from Lorelai Ramirez and music by duendita.

Prospect Heights

Chicken Fundamentals Class
Learn the fundamentals of one of the most versatile ingredients in cooking: chicken. In this class, you’ll break down a whole chicken and make stewed chicken thighs and pan-roasted chicken breast.
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SoHo

Sofar
Experience a Sofar session, an intimate concert unlike anything you’ve experienced before. The exact location will be revealed to you the day before the show.
Upper West Side

Sleepover at the Museum
Spend an unforgettable night at the Museum of Natural History. After the doors close to the public, grab a flashlight and roam the halls to see all of the museum’s wonders.
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East Village

Susan
See (and hear) one man’s musical portrait of his mother in “Susan,” a dark yet humorous story that takes you from 1980s Seattle to the mangroves of the Niger Delta.
Harlem

The Strategic King
Commemorate the holiday at the Apollo Theater’s annual MLK celebration, which will bring together artists, journalists, and activists to explore Dr. King’s use of the media.
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Upper East Side

Rosa Feola & Iain Burnside
The talented Italian soprano Rosa Feola will be accompanied by Scottish pianist Iain Burnside at this Park Avenue Armory event.

Upper West Side

Debussy’s String Quartet
Hear Debussy’s only string quartet at Lincoln Center, as well as a milestone work by Brahms and two Czech compositions.
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Upper East Side

The Impeachment Story and Election 2020
Legal expert Jeffrey Toobin and global affairs analyst Bianna Golodryga will discuss the impeachment proceedings and what they mean for our future.

Fort Greene

Medea
Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale star in “Medea,” which reimagines Euripides’ ancient tragedy into the contemporary tale of a couple’s unraveling marriage.

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East Village

Disclaimer
“This play contains propaganda, vague promises of Persian food, and minimally invasive audience participation,” the people behind this production claim.
Greenpoint

Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival
Get ready for endless barbecue, exotic smoked meats, and all the beer and bourbon you can handle at the 10th annual Beer, Bourbon & Barbecue festival.

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The Bronx

Yamato: The Drummers of Japan
An explosive performance from start to finish, “Yamato” involves dozens of drummers, infectious energy, and even a drum made from a 400-year-old tree.
Fort Greene

Brooklyn Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pay tribute to MLK’s legacy at the city’s largest public celebration in his honor, featuring world-renowned speakers and inspirational performers.
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East Harlem

Who We Are
Gain a better understanding of the chaotic mosaic that is NYC at this Museum of the City of New York exhibition, which uses art to help us understand census data.
Gowanus

NPR’s Ask Me Another
Attend a live recording of NPR’s “Ask Me Another,” a radio puzzle game hosted by Ophira Eisenberg that’s part comedy show, part concert, and part live trivia.
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Upper East Side

The Winter Show Opening
Night Party 
The leading art, antiques, and design fair in the country, The Winter Show will host its glamorous Opening Night Party.
Lower East Side

Daiga Grantina: What Eats
Around Itself
This New Museum exhibition presents Daiga Grantina’s large-scale sculptural assemblages, which often depict the natural world.
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The Bronx

Cooking with Zing
Learn about the ginger family and how its members are used in cooking at this Wave Hill demonstration.

Upper West Side

In Profile: A Look at Silhouettes
This New-York Historical Society exhibition traces the development of silhouettes as an art form.
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Upper East Side

The Aesthetics of Femininity through the Ages
Part of The Winter Show, this panel discussion featuring art dealers and scholars will explore the evolution of feminine aesthetics in antiques and the fine and decorative arts.
Upper West Side

Lunar New Year
Celebrate the Year of the Rat with the Philharmonic, which will perform a special concert led by Chinese conductor Long Yu and featuring “The Butterfly Lovers’ Violin Concerto” and Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue.”

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Upper East Side 

Playground Partners Winter Luncheon 
Join hundreds of guests at the elegant 583 Park Avenue, where the Playground Partners of the Women’s Committee of the Central Park Conservancy will host their annual Winter Luncheon.
Downtown Brooklyn

Present Bodies: Papermaking at Dieu Donné
Featuring works by eight visual artists, this BRIC exhibition highlights the art of hand papermaking and the ways paper is connected to rituals and memory now and even before the written word.
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