JAY JAXON: 40 Years Of Fashion Design Brilliance | Past, Present, Future
The Jay Jaxon exhibition celebrates the life of Queens native Jay Jaxon as an American Fashion Designer, Haute Couture Designer, and Costume Designer. Further, it restores the history of Jaxon by displaying artifacts and objects from his personal design archives as well as primary sources from the research of fashion scholar and guest curator Rachel Fenderson. #jayjaxonqueensVenue: Kingsland Homestead in Margaret I. Carman Green - Weeping Beech
5729, 143-1 37th Avenue
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Celebrating Black History: Navigating Faithful Leadership at The Metropolitan New York Synod of the ELCA (Virtual)
Tue | 7:30pm
Rally Reading Series: Megan Nolan, Alyssa Songsiridej, and Julie Orringer at Pete's Candy Store
The Rally marches on! Join us for a night dedicated to reproductive justice with three literary luminaries on March 7th at 7:00 p.m. Featuring Megan Nolan, ORDINARY HUMAN FAILINGS (Little, Brown); Aly...
March 12 'Fourteen Days' Launch Event with Award-Winning Authors (NOTE DATE CHANGE) at 53rd Street Library
Best-selling and award-winning authors Tess Gerritsen, R.L. Stine, Angie Cruz and Mira Jacob will talk about their contributions to “Fourteen Days,” a new book edited by Margaret Atwood and Doug Pres...