Tuesday, October 14th: Free Jacques Torres, Neil Patrick Harris, Neil Young + 39 More

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Today’s Events
Tuesday, October 14th: Free Chocolate Tasting + Jacques Torres Meet-and-Greet
Tuesday, October 14th: Neil Patrick Harris
Tuesday, October 14th: Neil Young
Tuesday, October 14th: Leighton Meester
Tuesday, October 14th: Bang on a Can All-Stars: 'Steel Hammer' by Julia Wolfe
Tuesdays Through October 28th: Free Tours of Central Park’s Hallett Nature Sanctuary
Tuesday, October 14th: Idina Menzel
Tuesday, October 14th: Tory Burch
Tuesday, October 14th: '#NEWSFAIL'
Tuesday, October 14th: Dana Cowin & April Bloomfield
Tuesday, October 14th: Green Drinks NYC Wellness Mixer
Tuesday, October 14th: Martini & Manicure Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser
Tuesday, October 14th: SASS October: Creepy Things That Are Real
Tuesday, October 14th: The Moth StorySLAM: Taboos
Tuesday, October 14th: 'Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes' Screening & Discussion

Ongoing
See more ongoing & upcoming NYC events
Through Saturday, November 15th: 'From the Western Front and Beyond: The Writings of World War One'
Through Sunday, November 2nd: Dan Graham & Günther Vogt Installation on the Roof of the Met
Through Sunday, October 19th: 'Madeline in New York: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans' Celebrates 75th Anniversary of the Beloved Book Series
Thorough Sunday, October 26th: Exhibition on Amusement Park Rides & Games of the 1900s
Through Saturday, October 25th: 'The Passengers' Showcases Moments on the NYC Subway from 1975-1980
Through Monday, January 19th: See the Work of Mac Conner, a 'Mad Men'-Era Illustrator
Through Saturday, October 25th: 'Decolonized Skies' Showcases Ways Surveillance Technology Can Be Used for Public Good
Through Sunday, February 15th: 'Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe'
Through Saturday, January 3rd: 'Dance & Fashion' Exhibition at FIT
Through Saturday, October 25th: Mika Tajima's 'Total Body Conditioning' Contemplates Experience of Time & Space
Through Wednesday, November 5th: 'Sleuthing the Mind'—Artistic Practice Informed by Neuroscience
Through Saturday, October 18th: Central Perk Pops Up for 20th Anniversary of 'Friends' with Free Coffee, Gunther & More
Through Saturday, January 31st: Celebrate 45 Years of 'Sesame Street' with NYPL
Through Friday, October 31st: The Brooklyn Plantology Great Pumpkin Patch 2014
Through Sunday, November 2nd: 50% Off NYC Ghost Tours
Through Friday, October 31st: Archtober Architecture & Design Month 2014
Through Friday, October 31st: Free Horror Film Marathons
Through Friday, October 17th: New York Gypsy Festival 2014
Through Monday, October 31st: Spooky Midnight Movies at Nitehawk
Through Tuesday, October 28th: 'Spectober IV': Spectacle Theater Screens Little-Known Horror Films
Through Tuesday, October 28th: NYC H.P. Lovecraft Festival 2014 of Theatre & Film
Through Sunday, January 4th: 'Crossing Brooklyn: Art from Bushwick, Bed-Stuy, and Beyond'
Through Sunday, November 8th: 50% Off Tickets to Blood Manor Haunted House
Through Sunday, October 18th: Fall for Dance 2014
Through Wednesday, October 15th: Italian Restaurant Week 2014
Through Friday, October 31st: Rare Stevie Nicks Self-Portraits on Display
Through Sunday, October 19th: Astoria Art Festival 2014
Through Sunday, February 8th: 'Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs' at MoMA
Through Saturday, October 18th: HONK! NYC Festival 2014

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