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  • Feb 13 | WQXR LIVE: Thorgy Thor's Almost Valentine's Day

    On the cusp of Valentine’s Day, join WQXR for an evening of love, laughter, dance and great music! Featuring performances from violinist Stefan Jackiw and clarinetist Yoonah Kim, works from Ariel Rivka Dance and beautiful love songs performed by tenor Nicholas Phan, plus beer tastings from Sixpoint Brewery!  Drag performance artist and violinist Thorgy Thor will be our guide through matters of the heart on this Queen of the Night Valentines show!

  • Feb 14 | Kia LaBeija: Valentine's Day Dance Party

    Artist in Residence Kia LaBeija hosts the LOVE POSITIVE WOMEN Valentine’s Day Dance in partnership with Visual AIDS, celebrating women living with HIV. The evening will feature sweet treats, a photo booth, cash bar, and music by DJ Isas Lobas.

  • Feb 23 | Kia LaBeija: Benbow Family Reunion Concert

    Kia LaBeija takes stage with her father, renowned jazz artist Warren Benbow and her brother, actor and composer Kenn Michael, for an intimate concert based on stories and intersectional family memories between a musical father, his two children, and their walks in NYC.

  • Feb 28 | Get Lit with All Of It: 'The Reformatory' by Tananarive Due

    The novel tells the story of a terrifying segregated reformatory for boys in Jim Crow-era Florida, and a young boy sent there... who learns he can see the ghosts of boys who died on the property.