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Here's our March edition of Inbox Concierge. I hope you enjoy our list 
of curated events 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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Lic. R.E. Salesperson
718.878.1899
ssegretta@halstead.com
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Morningside Heights

Athena Film Festival
Catch the final day of the Athena Film Festival, a weekend of inspiring films that tell stories of courageous women leaders. The festival is hosted at Barnard College and also includes panels and workshops.
Brooklyn Heights

Making Herstory with Amy Richards
 Activist and author Amy Richards will celebrate women past and present in this discussion about her new book, We Are Makers: Real Women and Girls Shaping Our World.
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Upper East Side

Purim Ball
Attend the Jewish Museum’s annual Purim Ball, where a festive cocktail hour and dinner precede a lively after party.
Midtown West

The Armory Party
Celebrate the opening of The Armory Show at this party, which will feature live musical performances, DJ sets, and an open bar.
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Upper East Side

International Antiquarian Book Fair
Book lovers will feel right at home at this four-day fair, which presents a vast selection of rare books, manuscripts, maps, and more.
Lower East Side

Art on Paper
Head to Pier 36 for Art on Paper, where 100 galleries will feature their top modern and contemporary paper-based art from March 5-8.
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East Village

NYC Winter Wine & Food Festival
Warm up at Webster Hall as you explore an enormous selection of wines, cheeses, and charcuterie at the NYC Winter Wine and Food Festival.
West Village

The Fight for Clean Water
Four leaders in the field of water safety will discuss drinking water, the environment, and community activism at this Whitney Museum event.
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Upper West Side

Rendez-Vous with French Cinema
Happening at Lincoln Center from March 5-15, this French film festival showcases the variety and talent found in contemporary French filmmaking.
Upper East Side

Who We Were: Racial and Ethnic Identity Through the Census
The U.S. Census not only reflects American racial and ethnic identity—it also constructs it. Learn more at this Museum of the City of New York talk.
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Prospect Heights

Elevated Pasta Workshop
Squid ink pasta, gnocchi with tomato sauce, and cavatelli with spicy sausage are on the menu for this Cook Space workshop.
Midtown East

Debussy Premieres
Claude Debussy’s works come to life at this evening of performances in celebration of the English translation of Debussy’s biography.
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The Bronx

Flavors of Morocco
Learn about the distinct herbs and spices used in Moroccan culinary traditions at this New York Botanical Garden program.

Greenwood Heights

5 x 10 @ The Catacombs
Make your way to the Catacombs of Green-Wood Cemetery, where you will experience an artist-led discussion on the theme of death in artwork.
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Upper East Side

Elections, Then and Now
NBC News Senior Correspondent Tom Brokaw, political analyst Joe Klein, and CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl discuss the 2020 election with moderator Jeff Greenfield.

Lower East Side

Irish Outsiders
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, learn about Irish immigration to New York through a Tenement Museum tour of the apartment the Moore family called home in 1869.

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Greenwich Village

St. Patrick’s Day Block Party
Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day at the Bleecker Street Block Party, where there will be plenty of drink specials and high spirits until early morning.
Central Park

Central Park’s Monumental Women
 Join a tour of several iconic Central Park sites that tell the stories of women who created and inspired the park’s monuments and memorials.

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Astoria

Queens World Film Festival
Enjoy an incredible lineup of global films, engaging discussion, and networking opportunities during the 11-day Queens World Film Festival.
Central Park East

Niyaz: The Fourth Light Project
Called an “evolutionary force in contemporary Middle Eastern music,” Niyaz will perform its transformative “The Fourth Light Project” at The Met.
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Greenpoint

Coffee & Tea Festival
Celebrate all things coffee and tea at this annual event, which features endless tastings, pairings, seminars, and more.
The Bronx

Russian National Ballet
Watch the mesmerizing Russian National Ballet as it performs scenes from “Romeo and Juliet” and “Carmen” at the Lehman Center.
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Upper East Side

George Gershwin: You’ve Got What Gets Me
A cast of versatile performers explores the evolution of George Gershwin’s compositions at this 92Y concert.
Upper West Side

NYC Craft Pop-up
Discover one-of-a-kind home goods, furniture, artwork, jewelry, and more at the NYC Craft Pop-up at Grand Bazaar.
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Central Park East

Apollo Circle Supper Club
This special dinner will celebrate the reopening of The Met’s British Galleries. Enjoy a curator walk through the galleries, followed by an unforgettable meal.

Chelsea

Affordable Art Fair
Visit the spring edition of the Affordable Art Fair, where local, national, and international exhibitors present their contemporary artworks for sale.
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Fort Greene

Lungs
Claire Foy and Matt Smith star in the New York premiere of “Lungs,” a play that looks at love in the age of climate change, as a couple decides whether to bring a child into the world.
Greenwich Village

Pianist Philip Mayers
Berlin-based pianist Philip Mayers will present a recital of works by Schumann, Eisler, Berg, Schoenberg, and Brahms at the Tenri Cultural Institute.

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Midtown West

Come Together: Record Fair and Music Festival
Featuring rare and recent releases and merchandise from over 75 record labels, this MoMA event will include performances and workshops.
Midtown West

Félix Fénéon
An art critic, dealer, collector, and anarchist, Félix Fénéon championed the careers of artists like Seurat and Matisse. See this MoMA exhibition, the first dedicated to Fénéon.

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Harlem

Celebrate Harlem Gala
Support Three and a Half Acres Yoga, a non-profit organization, at this Harlem-inspired dinner by chef Marcus Samuelsson.
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