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event Jane Jacobs was born May 4, 1916, and the centenary is ample reason for the Celebrating Jane Jacobs events taking place this month and beyond. On June 15, 6:30pm, Elizabeth Barlow Rogers—landscape designer, preservationist, and essential New Yorker—gives a talk on Jacobs' legacy at the Museum at Eldridge Street.




exhibit And in the spirit of Jane Jacobs… The Museum of City of NY has a new version of their Activist NY exhibit that explores how citizens have organized on issues ever since the founding of the city. One of the new highlights is the 10-minute documentary called City of Movement.




art At Edward Tyler Nahem, 37 W. 57th [5th/6th] 212.517.2453, dozens of ribbon word drawings by Ed Ruscha, most of which were created between 1966-1973.




theater From Stew and Heidi Rodewald, creators of Passing Strange, a new show called The Total Bent about a gospel singer and his songwriting son. At the Public beginning May 10.




food Open-air market La Marqueta in East Harlem hosts—Sundays through October—Vendy Plaza, with enticements that include local food vendors, music and a beer garden.




book Parag Khanna's new book, Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization, argues that global supply chains, more so than national borders, will be the way the world is organized.







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