Join us every Friday in June, at 2pm, on our Facebook Live as we process the ups and downs of maintaining a healthy relationship during the pandemic, protests, and pride.
Your hosts, Isaiah (he/him) and Valerie (she/they) will talk a little bit about how their week has been, and then open up the conversation for questions, comments, or support around relationships.
STAR TRACK staff will be in the comments of the stream and on standby in our direct messages for questions about resources and linkage to care.
NEW EPISODES EVERY SATURDAY
The purpose of the show is to provide a critical examination of society and culture through the intersectional lens of race, gender, and class; more specifically it seeks to provide a COUNTER-NARRATIVE. The Show encourages a reflective assessment and critique of unique standpoints and their potential contribution to popular discourse.
A bi-monthly series to promote and focus on the innovation of
the jazz piano, featuring local and national artists
*You must purchase access by 1 pm*
Bob Butta long ago established himself as a pianist deserving greater recognition. Now that he's released his first recording of straight-ahead jazz as a leader, he no longer has to rely on word of mouth to promote his talent and interests. The music on "Windows" speaks volumes.
Go behind the pages with best-selling authors Daniel Silva, Esther Safran Foer and Adeena Sussman, as they reveal essentials of the writing process in virtual conversation with a notable family member or friend. Tickets include books provided by The Ivy Bookshop, and access link to the zoom discussion.
Wed July 15 | 8:00pm: Daniel Silva, acclaimed #1 NYT best-selling author, in conversation with his wife, CNN journalist Jamie Gangel, on his riveting new spy thriller, The Order
How does padding in an 1840s dress expose a case of scoliosis? Why did someone leave a sleeve cuff unfinished on a dress worn to George Washington’s inaugural ball? What do trimmings reveal about a technological revolution in the nineteenth century?
Make an appointment for our Art Law Clinic on July 18th, 2020, 1-4pm! For our July clinic, you can snag a FREE 30-minute consult w/ one of our volunteer attorneys to sort out any general issues or questions you might have!
*Please, one appointment booking time per client(s). Double booking will result in a cancellation of one of your appointment times, no exceptions. Thank you!
Bill Washburn - Piano and Bandleader
Zack Graddy - Saxophone
Jeron White - Bass
Joe Henderson - Drums
Rhythminic Accents is a cutting-edge jazz ensemble that features jazz standards, original jazz tunes, classic funk, R&B, and popular tunes—all played with its own unique flavor. The band takes its name from the title of a well-known Thelonious Monk tune, Rhythm-A-Ning. Keyboardist/bandleader Bill Washburn founded the group in 1998.
The purpose of the New Timbuktu Community Education Institute is to provide high quality professional development that is based on and draws from methodologies that are derived from the bodies of work and community based institutions that have traditionally been marginalized.
We are excited to announce the Bern Unit’s new radical reading collective!! What better way to dance on the ashes of the old world run by billionaires and sweep them into the dustbin of history than to strengthen community knowledge! Join our new reading group and discuss how to build collective power in the time of coronavirus and beyond (we have so much material to work with!) We’ll be tackling readings and videos from thinkers across the globe and brainstorming practical application in this incredible moment in human history.