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Washington Heights/Inwood Events
Tuesday, 22 February 2005
Photography exhibit
Sky Pape's photographs will be exhibited at Hebrew Tabernacle, 551 Ft. Washington Ave at 185th St. until
March 30th.
For access during the week, ring the buzzer on the eastern most door of W. 185th St.
Visit www.skypape.com to learn more about Sky Pape's work.

Posted by turnertourigny at 11:37 AM EST
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Uptown Art Stroll is back for 2005! Poster contest!
This summer's Stroll will occur June 14-19th. Like last year, there will be a kick-off opening reception at Highbridge Park, with live music, food, a preview show and for the first time a benefit auction of artwork. A sponsor is being sought for the fireworks display.

The Uptown Arts Stroll committee is sponsoring a poster contest for the third annual Arts Stroll in June. The winning design will be used as a poster and other promotional materials.

The deadline for submissions is 3/25/05 5pm

For details or questions of the specifications of the poster, please email Peter Ferko at
peterferko@artistsunite-NY.org or call
212-923-5535

Posted by turnertourigny at 11:35 AM EST
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Thursday, 17 February 2005
3/11-13/05
Bennett Avenue Music Festival - A Russian Celebration

Time: See details below or call for hours 212-923-5757
Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church presents the

BENNETT AVENUE MUSIC FESTIVAL
A RUSSIAN CELEBRATION

Friday, March 11, 7:30 p.m.
19th Century Russian Composers
Music of Arensky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Tschaikovsky
Festival Chamber Ensemble under the direction of Michael Levin, Violinist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
Tickets: $8; $5 for students/seniors

Saturday, March 12, 7:30 p.m.
20th Century Russian Composers
Music of Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and Stravinsky
Festival Chamber Ensemble under the direction of Michael Levin, Violinist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
Tickets: $8; $5 for students/seniors

Sunday, March 13, 3:00 p.m.
Festival Finale: Russian music for the piano
Music of Moussorgsky, Prokofiev, and Scriabin
Featuring Piano Virtuoso Dmitri Shteinberg
Tickets: $12; $8 for students/seniors.
Reception to follow.
Location: Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church, 178 Bennett Avenue at 189th Street.
Sponsor(s): Music at Our Savior's Atonement
Contact: MOSA Box Office | 212-923-5757



Posted by turnertourigny at 8:11 PM EST
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Wednesday, 16 February 2005
A New Link added to the left
Pied Piper Children's Theatre
http://piedpipertheatre.org/

michelle

Posted by turnertourigny at 5:35 PM EST
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Tuesday, 15 February 2005
Lenton Supper Series beginning Feb 16
Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church has a simple meal on Weds at 6:30pm during Lent.
Discuss stories by contemporary writers in the book Contemporary Literature and the lfe and faith: Listening for God, vol. 4.
212-923-5757
Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church
178 Bennett Ave, near W. 189th St., one block west of Broadway

Posted by turnertourigny at 11:11 AM EST
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3/1-31/05
Historic Map Exhibit
Maps of Washington Heights, Inwood, and Marble Hill will be exhibited by Community District 12 historian James Renner
Fort Washington Branch Library
535 W. 179th St. between St. Nicholas and Audubon Aves
212-927-3533

Posted by turnertourigny at 11:06 AM EST
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Monday, 14 February 2005
Saturday Health Clinic for Those Without Insurance
Columbia Medical Students and Professors conduct a Saturday clinic serving adults wthout insurance in the Washington Heights Community. If you would like to see a doctor for non-emergency medical care please come to this service. Citizenship and residency status are not an issue. Undocumented immigrants are welcome. Confidential service. For appointment call St. Elizabeth Rectory 9am-5pm, from Monday to Friday (212-568-8803) Ask for Olnia De Moya.
Remember that men 25 and under can go to the Young Men's Clinic for free health care, so we do not accept them. 212-795-7791 for Men's clinic. Women must be 18 or over.

Posted by turnertourigny at 11:11 AM EST
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Monday, 7 February 2005
The Inwood Literary Review
The Inwood Literary Review is designed to showcase and celebrate the work of writers and artists living in upper Manhattan, a neighborhood rich in arts and literature. Hundreds of writers and artists live and work in Inwood and Washington Heights and they make exciting and innovative contributions to New York City's thriving arts scene.

We accept non-fiction, fiction, poetry, and drama. Artwork may include graphics, painting, sculpture, photography and mixed media.

Guidelines:

The Inwood Literary Review welcomes submissions of narrative non-fiction/memoir, fiction, poetry, drama, and artwork. Simultaneous submissions and previously published are welcome as long as you make us aware of this.

Please direct submissions to the appropriate department. Only one submission per category is acceptable with the exception of poetry and artwork. Please send only polished final drafts. Please note that we do not post submissions - we publish them.

Fiction: limit of one - four thousand words or less
Poetry: limit of three poems (no more than 60 lines each)
Narrative non-fiction/memoir: limit of one - three thousand words or less
Drama: limit of one - one act play
Artwork: limit of three per issue

We only accept email submissions at this time.

Writing submitted for publication must be double-spaced and have your name, address, phone number, and email address on the front page.

Please note that we do not accept submissions of writing or art that includes science fiction, horror, vampire, romance, or erotica.

Please send a four or five line bio with your submission.

Contributions to the Inwood Literary Review must follow the following terms and conditions:

The Inwood Literary Review has the right to edit your writing for both space and content. If more than minor editing is involved, your writing may be returned to you for changes.

Artwork will not be edited.

Ownership rights associated with each contribution remain with the contributor.

The contributor certifies that the contribution is an original work and that he/she is the sold proprietor of that work. The contributor further certifies that the work is not a violation of an existing copyright or other property right and contains nothing libelous or otherwise unlawful. The contributor releases the Inwood Literary Review from responsibility for all claims arising out of publication for the work in the Inwood Literary Review, including but not limited to plagiarism, copyright infringement and libel.

The Inwood Literary Review offers no compensation or other payment if your contribution is accepted for publication.

All contributors must understand and agree to the above terms and conditions. Upon acceptance, a copy of this form will be sent to each contributor to be signed and returned.

When emailing, under subject, please include the category of the submission only. Subject line of e-mail submission must read "Non-fiction Submission", "Fiction Submission", "Poetry Submission", "Drama Submission" or "Artwork Submission" as appropriate. Use of any other subject line may result in accidental deletion.

Deadlines:

April 15th, 2005

June 15th, 2005

September 15, 2005

December 15th, 2005

Send all submissions to

editor@inwoodliteraryreview.com


Check out the most recent issue at
http://www.inwoodliteraryreview.com/index.html


This website has been added as a link on the left.
michelle

Posted by turnertourigny at 10:20 AM EST
Updated: Monday, 7 February 2005 10:23 AM EST
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Friday, 4 February 2005
2/15/05
Washington Heights Branch of the New York Public Library
4pm
Thinking Games
ages 7-12
1000 St. Nicholas Ave at W. 160th St.
212-923-6054

Posted by turnertourigny at 3:36 PM EST
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Wednesday, 2 February 2005
Happy Groundhog Day!
The Groundhog says 6 more weeks of winter, so bundle up!

Posted by turnertourigny at 10:08 AM EST
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