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October 18, 2012 Around Town Museums and Sites American Folk Art Museum: Free Music Friday and Exhibitions folkartmuseum.org ; free Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library: Discussion and Art Display (Thursday) Lloyd Burlingame, a former
October 4, 2012 Around Town Museums and Sites Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum: Bluegrass, Baked Goods and Tours (Friday and Sunday) The Birdhive Boys perform bluegrass music on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. as part of First Friday! activities, which run from 5:
August 16, 2012 Around Town Museums and Sites Museum of the City of New York: Damn Yankees' (Wednesday) Robert Fleder, a former executive editor of Sports Illustrated, will talk about the Yankees with Dan Barry, a national columnist for The New York
July 12, 2012 Around Town Museums and Sites American Folk Art Museum: Free Music Fridays (Friday) This weekly series will feature music by Scott Stein, a blues musician and songwriter; Luke Wesley, a rock pianist; and Matt Singer, a folk-pop singer.
Around Town Museums and Sites Brooklyn Historical Society: Civil Rights in Brooklyn: Stories of Struggle and Protest' (Sunday) A discussion, with archivists and audience participation, on the impact in Brooklyn of the civil rights movement, in