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Live Virtual Trivia Night

at CourseHorse Experiences - 00000

Join CourseHorse for our one-hour special virtual trivia night! Test your knowledge across a wide range of topics including music, movies, pop culture, history, sports, frozen foods, dog breeds, Seinfeld characters, ice cream flavors and many other surprises... How this will work: This will take place live over a Zoom conference. You will either...

Friday Feb 10th, 8pm - 9pm Eastern Time


Reproductive Justice and the Torah

at 92nd Street Y -

While Judaism is undeniably pro-life, Jewish tradition has for thousands of years seen a pregnant person’s life as invaluable and permitted abortion in many cases. In three sessions, we will explore the Jewish legal texts and recent Jewish feminist scholarship that address this timely issue.

Monday Mar 13th, 1pm - 2:15pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

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The Political Economy of Climate Change

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

The Political Economy of Climate Change: From Green Planning to Climate Colonialism Climate is now on everyone’s agenda: in the minds of some, the cause of all causes, and the movement of all movements. As it has burst across public attention, we have everywhere Green New Deals, eco-socialists, great transformations, just transitions—a constellation...

Sunday Mar 12th, 2pm - 5pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Life in a Dish: an Introduction to Cellular Biology

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

When Robert Hooke discovered the cell in 1665, modern science acquired an enduring metaphor: the cell as the building block of life. Since then, cell theory has evolved three central tenets: the cell is the basic unit of life, all living organisms are composed of cells, and all cells come from other cells. But cells themselves have also come to be...

Tuesday Mar 14th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

A Genealogy of Eros: Plato, Sappho, Foucault

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Sexual desire—ancient Greek eros—is fundamental to the philosophical dialogues of Plato and the lyric poetry of Sappho, as well as to Michel Foucault’s genealogy of the modern self. Both Plato and Sappho begin with contemporary ideas of eros as madness, even as they also argue for the centrality of eros to new forms of self-knowledge and...

Wednesday Mar 8th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Landscape Design History - Online

at New York Botanical Garden -

This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. Explore theories, traditions, and principles that have shaped the design of landscapes from antiquity to the present, through visual presentations, assigned readings, projects, and classroom discussion. Please note that the final essay for this class emphasizes...

Monday Mar 20th, 6:15pm - 9:15pm Eastern Time

 (9 sessions)


9 sessions

What is Poetry? Poetics, Language, and Feeling

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

What is poetry, and what is it good for? Today, poetry is often pronounced dead. Yet at the same time, we remain, to cite the New York Times, “poetry curious.” We sense, as Aimé Césaire sensed, that poetry encompasses some “greater feeling” that goes uncaptured by scientific classification and explanation. For Audre Lorde, poetry is...

Monday Apr 10th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Pornography: Aesthetics, Politics, and Pleasure

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Pornography is one of humanity’s oldest, and most enduring artifacts. Variously celebrated and demonized, it has decorated sumptuous palaces and been furtively sold under pain of arrest. In the modern United States, it is kept studiously out of sight, and yet is simultaneously omnipresent and accessible in its most explicit forms with a simple click...

Thursday Apr 13th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Make Money Pet Sitting

at Mt. San Antonio College -

Do you love animals...especially dogs?  Learn how to make extra money after school or work by watching dogs or other pets, usually in the pet's home.  You will learn about feeding, watering, and exercising pets, how to make a good impression as well as what questions to ask when interviewing for a pet sitting job, and what to do when a dog...

Friday Mar 10th, 4pm - 6pm Pacific Time

Happiness and Capitalism: Work, Wealth, and Misery(n)

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Happiness and Capitalism: Work, Wealth, and Misery “No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable.” So observed the “father” of political economy, Adam Smith, in his classic The Wealth of Nations. Nearly 250 years later, Smith’s self-appointed children, secure in economics...

Sunday Mar 12th, 2pm - 5pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Armchair Tour: Anderson Japanese Garden

at Chicago Botanic Garden -

The Chicago Botanic Garden’s online tour is a virtual experience you can take anywhere!  Anderson Japanese Gardens is one of the highest quality Japanese gardens in North America. Join Tim Gruner, garden curator, in an exploration of the Garden’s history, patterns, and rhythms of nature that inspire Japanese garden design, and the reason so...

Thursday Feb 16th, 6:30pm - 7:30pm Central Time

Amphibians of the Northeast

at New York Botanical Garden -

Discover the fascinating traits that most frogs, toads, and salamanders share-such as having thin, smooth skins through which they can breathe-as well as what makes them unique. You'll pick up tips to identify local species by sight and/or sound and use case studies to learn more about their life history, ecology, and conservation.

Tuesday Feb 28th, 6pm - 8pm Eastern Time

 (2 sessions)


2 sessions

Herbalism: Beyond the Basics - Online

at New York Botanical Garden -

This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions. Take a deep dive into herbal medicine in this engaging, interactive series. Through live demonstrations and hands-on activities, Herbalist Karine Gordineer will show you how to properly infuse, blend, and decoct as you create your own herbal apothecary that will...

Wednesday Feb 15th, 6pm - 8:45pm Eastern Time

 (8 sessions)


8 sessions

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Memoir 1: Memorable Memoir Workshop

at Writing Pad -

Have you ever thought about turning your life’s trials and tribulations into a NY Times bestseller? In this five-week Online Memoir Writing Workshop, Erika Schickel (2 Memoirs, LA Times) will share her secrets for turning your life’s twists and turns into lively drama! Her fun, all new in-class exercises will help you infuse your most fascinating...

Wednesday Mar 1st, 5pm - 8pm Pacific Time

 (5 sessions)


5 sessions

Dance/Movement Therapy for Social Change

at 92nd Street Y -

This 4-part series will introduce participants to the various ways in which dance/movement therapy can be used for social change. Students will get a brief overview of the history of activism in dance/movement therapy through mental health policy, research, and performance. Participants will also engage in embodying their vision of social change....

Monday May 8th, 7pm - 9pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

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