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Black Bohemia: a Virtual Village Walking Tour Long-time tour guides Derrick Edwards and Eric Chase will take us on a rollicking, inspiring tour focused on the interconnectedness of Black arts and artists in our neighborhoods and how they shaped and influenced much of what we know of ...
Carl Jung in the Village a Virtual Walking Tour Only months after splitting with Freud over New Year’s 1913, Carl Jung made an eye-opening trip to Greenwich Village. He spoke about dreams to the Liberal Club and was a dinner guest of the Heterodoxy Club, the country’s first feminist ...
Literary Love and its Discontents: a Valentine’s Literary Pub Crawl From monogamy to polyamory, from manic to the mundane, from passion to petting parties, the literary luminaries of the Village led unique and unusual love lives, and what better time to share these stories than this unique and unusual Valentine’s ...
The Fourth Street Photo Gallery: Creating Collective Power Countless artists and photographers of all ages have sought refuge at The 4th Street Photo Gallery, the iconic salon and exhibition space that catapulted careers that cross the divides of art, science, and politics. Like many such spaces in the ...
Elizabeth Blackwell’s 200th: Legacies of Innovations and Medicine Join us to celebrate the 200th birthday of the first woman doctor in America and heath care pioneer Elizabeth Blackwell, and the release of Janice P. Nimura’s dual biography The Doctors Blackwell on the groundbreaking sisters and doctors Elizabeth and ...
Adaptive Reuse Adaptive reuse, the process of adapting old structures for new uses, defines the built landscape of our neighborhoods. From a preservation perspective, this process is a creative way to preserve historic buildings while updating them for living and working. Village ...
The Whole World Passes Through: Stories from the Cornelia Street Cafe With co-founder, owner, and current President of Cornelia Street in Exile, Robin Hirsch
Join us for a very special “virtual coffeehouse” with Robin Hirsch, writer, performer, co-founder, and operator of the Greenwich Village-based Cornelia Street Cafe for 41+ years. He’ll ...
Happy 100th Patricia Highsmith: Villager, Novelist, Wild One With award-winning biographer Joan Schenkar
Join us for a special conversation in honor of the 100th birthday of novelist and Villager Patricia Highsmith. Greenwich Village, where Highsmith spent her formative years as a writer, played a crucial role in the ...
It’s a Helluva Town: Joan K. Davidson, the J.M. Kaplan Fund, and the Fight for... With author Roberta Brandes Gratz and Anthony C. Wood
This is the story of Joan K. Davidson and the J.M. Kaplan Fund, New York’s hidden benefactors. “Scratch the surface of so many of the initiatives and ideas that have made ...

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