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Chock full of events in October!!

Tracie Hotchner's
Dog Talk Radio Show

Friday, October 15 at 7pm

(time subject to change so check her website periodically)

DOG TALK® trainer Allison Denlea ( discusses reasons to buy a puppy instead of adopting and how to know what you’re getting; Kyra Sundance of Stunt Dog Show fame and her book 101 Dog Tricks; author Monica Holloway and her captivating book Cowboy & Wills about the Golden Retriever who helped her autistic son overcome his challenges.

Dog Talk® page at WOR


Silas Marder Gallery
Bridgehampton, NY

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October 16

12 Noon to 4 pm

Marsha Heydt Alto, Soprano Saxophone and Flute
Norman Pors, Keyboard
Bryce Sebastien, Electric Bass
Rossen Nedelchev, Drums
Renato Thoms, Percussion
99 Seventh Ave. South, New York , NY 10014

Subways: Take the 1 train to Christopher St. / Sheridan Sq.
Alternatively, take the ABCDEF trains to West 4th S.t & walk to 7th Ave.


Sunday, October 17, 2-4pm
Stefan Bondell
L. Brandon Krall
Kristin Prevallet
Jerome Sala
& Special Guest Rene Ricard

308 Bowery
Hosted by
Marjorie Tesser, Ilka Scobie
& Jeffrey Cyphers Wright


Deanna Witkowski's lineup

Fri, 15 Oct at 11 am:
Deanna solo piano improvisations on Chopin
Roberts Wesleyan College
Hale Auditorium
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY

Fri, 15 Oct at 2 pm:
Radio interview on WGMC Jazz 90.1
Rochester, NY
Listen online here!

For more details regarding the lineup and more visit


A Children’s Theatre Workshop, Inc.
Frankenstein Follies The Ghoulishly Fun Musical Revue
Stages’ 16th Annual Halloween Bash!

Stages, A Children’s Theatre Workshop, Inc. is throwing the Halloween Bash you and your children won’t want to miss! The main event is Frankenstein Follies, a Halloween-themed musical review directed and choreographed by Helene Leonard. Frankenstein Follies features all your favorite monsters and ghouls with a cast of forty-five local young performers.

There will be Halloween fun for young and old, including face painting, a "tattoo" parlor, a crazy fortune teller and a terrifyingly tasty treat bar for the scary sweet tooth in us all. Now returning for its sixteenth year, Frankenstein Follies has become a favorite on the East End.

We’ve added a show! Join the fun at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor on Friday, October 22nd at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, October 23rd at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, October 24th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $15, which include the show and the fun carnival bash immediately following the show. Proceeds help support Stages’ scholarship program. Seating is limited, so call now to buy your ticket for this popular event.

Call the Bay Street Theatre box office at (631) 725-9500. For more information call Stages at (631) 329-1420.


BPL Chamber Players

Sunday, October 24, 2010 @ 4 PM
Dr. S. Stevan Dweck Center for
Contemporary Culture
Central Library

The Apollo Trio

Curtis Macomber, Violin
Michael Kannen, Violoncello
Marija Stroke, Piano 

With Special Guest
Maria Lambros, Viola
Beethoven: Piano Trio IX (14 Variations) in
 E Flat, op. 44
Dvorâk: Dumky Trio
Brahms: C Minor Piano Quartet

Admission is FREE!
Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11238


Joseph D’Agnese, author
will be signing his new children's book,
Blockhead: The Life of Fibonacci
Books of Wonder
the legendary children's bookstore on
Saturday, October 23, from 12 to 2 p.m.

Joining him is the illustrator of the book, John O'Brien. John is a longtime illustrator and cartoonist for the New Yorker. The two have never met, and this will be their first time
talking about the book and signing copies.

Blockhead is a children's picture book about the famous, real-life mathematician who discovered the Fibonacci Sequence, the number pattern which governs how so many objects in nature grow and flourish. The book is set in Italy and the world of the Mediterranean during the Middle Ages.

While the range is approximately grades 2 to 6, older kids can use it in a service learning project with younger students. Teachers and librarians like it because it's a perfect jumping-off point for teaching number patterns. If you are a teacher, I can direct you to some easy lesson plans as well.

The most exciting news? Just this past weekend we were reviewed in the New York Times Book Review!

If you have kids or grandkids, this event might be a fun thing to do for a Saturday. The bookstore is amazing, and right next store is the Cupcake Cafe. So bring the kids, or pass this on to someone else who has kids. And yes, if you have a book you bought at another store and want them to sign, yes, the author/illustrator can sign it for you, just off Books of Wonder's premises.

The location is:
Books of Wonder
18 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011

Come listen to the
Charismatic Megafauna
7:00pm at the
Perch Café in Park Slope
(5th Ave. between 5th and 6th Streets)

The Perch Cafe


National Black Theatre
October 27, 2010 at 7 pm

Harlem Heyday – A Return to Glory

Kaliba Productions and
African Voices Magazine

A Night of Magic, Passion and Soul

MC for the Evening – Tom Martin

Join us as we pay Tribute to:

Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre

Special Guest:

Sonny Fortune Quartet

Bertha Hope’s Blackberry Jam Quartet
Featuring Singer/Songwriter – Monica Hope

Bill Saxton Quartet

“Finesse” A skit written and directed by Roger Parris
Featuring - Arthur French and Louise Mike

Poets - E J Antonio, David Mills,
Tony Mitchelson, Golda Solomon
and Layding Kaliba

National Black Theatre
2031-2033 Fifth Ave
Between 125th & 126th St.

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