Wednesday, March 29: Creating Change, Resisting Trump, Poetry Brothel + 54 More

Today’s Events

Alyssa Mastromonaco, Obama's Former Deputy Chief of Staff & Current COO of Vice Media

Award-Winning Investigative Journalist Jeremy Scahill

Food for Good: How Nonprofits are Creating Change Through Food + Free Treats

Discounted Admission to the Cocktails and Coloring Club (Wednesdays Through March 29)

Resisters and Collaborators in Trump's America: Presented by Harper's Magazine

Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? Talk

Girls with Guts, Grit + Purpose Ft. DJ Rekha

Thao (of the Get Down Stay Down) / Yowler

The Poetry Brothel at House of Yes

The Hillary for America Design Team + Free Beer

'Cork Dork: A Wine-Fueled Adventure Among the Obsessive Sommeliers, Big Bottle Hunters, and Rogue Scientists Who Taught Me to Live for Taste'

'Forged Through Fire: War, Peace, and the Democratic Bargain'

'There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce'

Nationalism, Networks, Borders: Refugees in Visual Culture and Social Media

Tomorrow’s Events

Trending: Easter, free & cheap films, concerts

Ongoing

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Discounted Admission to the Museum of Sex (Through Sunday, December 31)

'Wanderlust' on the High Line Explores Journeys We Make (Through March 2017)

Free Tickets to Dueling Pianos NYC (Through Friday, March 31)

Cheap Brooklyn Heights & DUMBO Walking Tours (Through Friday, June 30)

Free NYC Party Cruises (Through Saturday, April 29)

'Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty' Retrospective at Brooklyn Museum (Through Sunday, April 2)

'Curtain Up: Celebrating the Last 40 Years of Theatre in New York and London' (Through Friday, June 30)

Learn About the Industrial Past of Queens During a Cheap LIC Walking Tour (Through Friday, March 31)

'Autocratic for the People: An Unpresidented Series of Star-Spangled Satires' Screenings at IFC (Through Sunday, April 2)

The Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson at The Morgan Library (Through Sunday, May 21)

'Hollywood and the Great Depression' 1933 Film Series at MoMA (Through Friday, March 31)

Contribute Your Voice to the Largest Collective Chant of OM (Through Monday, May 8)

Free Tickets to 'Wild Women of Planet Wongo' Musical (Through Friday, April 14)

'Paris Refashioned, 1957-1968' Exhibition Highlights Groundbreaking Fashion Trends (Through Saturday, April 15)

'Heroes of the Knish: Making a Living and Making a Life' (Through Sunday, May 7)

$7.50 Central Park Bike Rentals (Through Sunday, April 30)

'Muslim in New York' Photography Exhibit at MCNY (Through Sunday, July 30)

Discounted Tickets to 'The Orchid Show: Thailand' at NYBG (Through Sunday, April 9)

$7 Indoor Ice Skating (Through Thursday, March 30)

1/2 Price Films at Scandinavia House (Through Friday, May 12)

Georgia O’Keeffe's Paintings, Fashion & Home at Brooklyn Museum (Through Sunday, July 23)

'Do What I Want: Selections from the Arthur Russell Papers' (Through Sunday, March 14)

The Women Behind America's Founding Fathers (Through Sunday, July 30)

2017 Whitney Biennial (Through Sunday, June 11)

NYC Chocolate Museum with Artifacts, Tastings & Bon Bon Making (Through Wednesday, May 31)

Meals from $12 During Dine in Brooklyn 2017(Through Thursday, March 30)

'Counter-Couture: Handmade Fashion in an American Counterculture' (Through Sunday, August 20)

2017 Migrating Forms Film Fest at BAM (Through Thursday, March 30)

Beyond Godzilla: Alternative Futures & Fantasies in Japanese Cinema (Through Saturday, April 8)

The Films of David Lynch (Through Thursday, April 6)

'KEVIN!!!!!' Spoofs 'Home Alone' (Through Saturday, April 1)

Shakespeare's 'King Lear' Set in Present-Day NYC (Through Sunday, April 9)

2017 Sandwich Spectacular (Through Saturday, April 1)

Carnival-Themed 2017 Macy's Flower Show (Through Sunday, April 9)

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