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Monday, Sept. 24 (See map view)

In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the hate crime murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student in Wyoming, Anderson Cooper hosts a reading of "Laramie: A Legacy," which honors the progress in the past two decades to erase hate. The evening benefits the Matthew Shepard Foundation and the Tectonic Theater Project. In the wake of Shepard’s murder, the Tectonic Theater Company created …

When: Monday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m.

Out Bronx, a social group for LGBTQ folks from the city’s northernmost borough, hosts its September mixer.

When: Monday, Sept. 24, 6–8 p.m.

From resume review, mock interviewing, confidence building activities and more, the possibilities are endless as this closed group join together to support one another’s dreams and aspirations in this career readiness group. an application is required; contact Jasmine Lopez at jlopez@gaycenter.org. If selected, participants earn $25 per session, totaling $300 if all sessions are attended.

When: Monday, Sept. 24, 1–3 p.m.

A monthly drop-in group for female-identified, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming LGBTQ people to gain support and share resources on topics related to employment and career advancement.

When: Monday, Sept. 24, 6:15–7:30

Tuesday, Sept. 25 (See map view)

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Equality New York (EQNY) and Coors Light are recognizing the individuals who have done great things for the LGBTQ+ community in New York. We’re honoring three queer Latinx activists. This event is part of Coors Light’s larger Tap Into Change program, in which the beer company donated $25,000 to Equality Federation. With the funding, Equality Federation …

When: Tuesday, Sept. 25, 6:30 pm

Wednesday, Sept. 26 (See map view)

An NYC premiere, “You Wouldn’t Expect” is a drama about involuntary sterilization in North Carolina set in 1965 with strong racial and feminist overtones. It’s a powerful history lesson and you won’t want to miss it. Three weeks only, with previews on Sep. 19 & 20; opening night is Sep. 21.

When: Wednesday, Sept. 26, 8:00 p.m.

From resume review, mock interviewing, confidence building activities and more, the possibilities are endless as this closed group join together to support one another’s dreams and aspirations in this career readiness group. an application is required; contact Jasmine Lopez at jlopez@gaycenter.org. If selected, participants earn $25 per session, totaling $300 if all sessions are attended.

When: Wednesday, Sept. 26, 1–3 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 27 (See map view)

An NYC premiere, “You Wouldn’t Expect” is a drama about involuntary sterilization in North Carolina set in 1965 with strong racial and feminist overtones. It’s a powerful history lesson and you won’t want to miss it. Three weeks only, with previews on Sep. 19 & 20; opening night is Sep. 21.

When: Thursday, Sept. 27, 8:00 p.m.

New York Queer Tango Weekend returns to New York with workshops and master classes taught by the leading teachers (including Augusto Balizano, Carla Marano, Alejandro Villalobos, Karina Romero, Mariana Parma, Walter Perez, and Leonardo Sardella) and opportunities to explore the endless variety of tango at milongas — tango social parties — and mix and mingle with the New York tango community …

When: Thursday, Sept. 27, 9:30 p.m.–2 a.m.

Transcendence 2018 — this year’s edition of Callen-Lorde’s annual celebration for transgender and non-binary community — honors artists Deja Smith, who promotes affirming environments for TGNB people and combats discrimination of these communities, and Jacob Tobia, a fierce leader and brave advocate in elevating the conversations on acceptance and inclusion. The evening, which …

When: Thursday, Sept. 27, 6–9 p.m.

"Home Is Where The Heart Is" explores art and design reflections on Hurricane Sandy. Co-curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson and Jim Osman, the exhibition features the work of an interdisciplinary group of participants who have come together to respond to the impact of ecological displacement by transforming the rooms of a dollhouse recovered from the home of one of the curators whose family lived in …

When: Thursday, Sept. 27, 6–8 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 28 (See map view)

An NYC premiere, “You Wouldn’t Expect” is a drama about involuntary sterilization in North Carolina set in 1965 with strong racial and feminist overtones. It’s a powerful history lesson and you won’t want to miss it. Three weeks only, with previews on Sep. 19 & 20; opening night is Sep. 21.

When: Friday, Sept. 28, 8:00 p.m.

New York Queer Tango Weekend returns to New York with workshops and master classes taught by the leading teachers (including Augusto Balizano, Carla Marano, Alejandro Villalobos, Karina Romero, Mariana Parma, Walter Perez, and Leonardo Sardella) and opportunities to explore the endless variety of tango at milongas — tango social parties — and mix and mingle with the New York tango community …

When: Friday, Sept. 28, 9 p.m.–midnight

Brooklyn-based photographer Kaz Senju presents his first solo show and book signing with his project "Shinjuku Story," which features interviews and photography of Tokyo gay and lesbian bar owners. Chris Bogia hosts the book signing event on Sep. 28 at 7 p.m. and the exhibition is on view Sep. 25-30, 1-7 p.m.

When: Friday, Sept. 28, 7 p.m.

Actor/playwright and Theatre Rhinoceros artistic director John Fisher presents "A History of World War II: The D-Day Invasion to the Fall of Berlin," a one-man whirlwind tour of the past, offering a compendium of facts from the bungled plot to assassinate Hitler to the big secret — how the Russians won the war for us — and also surveying the most attractive generals who fought the battles …

When: Friday, Sept. 28, 7 p.m.

"Home Is Where The Heart Is" explores art and design reflections on Hurricane Sandy. Co-curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson and Jim Osman, the exhibition features the work of an interdisciplinary group of participants who have come together to respond to the impact of ecological displacement by transforming the rooms of a dollhouse recovered from the home of one of the curators whose family lived in …

When: Friday, Sept. 28, noon–6 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 29 (See map view)

The Gay Men’s Male Figure Drawing Group, which meets weekly to draw nude models, with artists working in different mediums — paint, charcoal, digital, and more — will showcase their work and offer some pieces for sale.

When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

An NYC premiere, “You Wouldn’t Expect” is a drama about involuntary sterilization in North Carolina set in 1965 with strong racial and feminist overtones. It’s a powerful history lesson and you won’t want to miss it. Three weeks only, with previews on Sep. 19 & 20; opening night is Sep. 21.

When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 8:00 p.m.

New York Queer Tango Weekend returns to New York with workshops and master classes taught by the leading teachers (including Augusto Balizano, Carla Marano, Alejandro Villalobos, Karina Romero, Mariana Parma, Walter Perez, and Leonardo Sardella) and opportunities to explore the endless variety of tango at milongas — tango social parties — and mix and mingle with the New York tango community …

When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 9:30 p.m.–5 a.m.

New author Bettylou Neill celebrates the publication of her first novel, "The Legendary Mermaid Mysteries Volume 1: Emma Pearl," about Emma Pearl and her best friend, Mia, who have dreamt of being mermaids their entire lives. When they get an old book from a mysterious man with a top hat and patch, it leads them through a series of unimaginable events and they find themselves swept up in the current …

When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 2 p.m.

girlNATIONnyc celebrates its 14th anniversary with a night of fun with DJ Kristine, gogo dancer Noella, and mixologists Lawrence and Paolo. You must be 21 or older.

When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 10 p.m.–4 a.m.

"Home Is Where The Heart Is" explores art and design reflections on Hurricane Sandy. Co-curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson and Jim Osman, the exhibition features the work of an interdisciplinary group of participants who have come together to respond to the impact of ecological displacement by transforming the rooms of a dollhouse recovered from the home of one of the curators whose family lived in …

When: Saturday, Sept. 29, noon–6 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 30 (See map view)

An NYC premiere, “You Wouldn’t Expect” is a drama about involuntary sterilization in North Carolina set in 1965 with strong racial and feminist overtones. It’s a powerful history lesson and you won’t want to miss it. Three weeks only, with previews on Sep. 19 & 20; opening night is Sep. 21.

When: Sunday, Sept. 30, 2:00 p.m.

New York Queer Tango Weekend returns to New York with workshops and master classes taught by the leading teachers (including Augusto Balizano, Carla Marano, Alejandro Villalobos, Karina Romero, Mariana Parma, Walter Perez, and Leonardo Sardella) and opportunities to explore the endless variety of tango at milongas — tango social parties — and mix and mingle with the New York tango community …

When: Sunday, Sept. 30, 7 p.m.–1:30 a.m.

Mary Cappello, James Morrison, and Jean Walton read from their new book, "Buffalo Trace: A Threefold Vibration," set in the upstate city in the 1980s and comprised of three intricate, interrelated essays that meditate on the limits of expression, on the gender of ambition, on secrecy, eroticism, academic time, and snow. Combining the narrative-exegetical with the lyric-intellectual, the authors evoke …

When: Sunday, Sept. 30, 4 p.m.

"Home Is Where The Heart Is" explores art and design reflections on Hurricane Sandy. Co-curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson and Jim Osman, the exhibition features the work of an interdisciplinary group of participants who have come together to respond to the impact of ecological displacement by transforming the rooms of a dollhouse recovered from the home of one of the curators whose family lived in …

When: Sunday, Sept. 30, noon–6 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 1 (See map view)

From resume review, mock interviewing, confidence building activities and more, the possibilities are endless as this closed group join together to support one another’s dreams and aspirations in this career readiness group. an application is required; contact Jasmine Lopez at jlopez@gaycenter.org. If selected, participants earn $25 per session, totaling $300 if all sessions are attended.

When: Monday, Oct. 1, 1–3 p.m.

"Home Is Where The Heart Is" explores art and design reflections on Hurricane Sandy. Co-curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson and Jim Osman, the exhibition features the work of an interdisciplinary group of participants who have come together to respond to the impact of ecological displacement by transforming the rooms of a dollhouse recovered from the home of one of the curators whose family lived in …

When: Monday, Oct. 1, noon–6 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 2 (See map view)

The NYU Wagner School’s Rudin Center hosts its Henry Hart Rice Urban Policy Forum featuring Cecile Richards, the former president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and author of "Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead," who will discuss the role of activism in urban politics.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 2, 6–7:30 p.m.

"Home Is Where The Heart Is" explores art and design reflections on Hurricane Sandy. Co-curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson and Jim Osman, the exhibition features the work of an interdisciplinary group of participants who have come together to respond to the impact of ecological displacement by transforming the rooms of a dollhouse recovered from the home of one of the curators whose family lived in …

When: Tuesday, Oct. 2, noon–6 p.m.

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