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The Baruch_Portal is open for you to enter October 9 – 28 before and after performances of Arden/Everywhere: The “As You Like It” Project - a version of Shakespeare’s comedy reimagined as a story about today’s refugees and performed by an international cast from Russia, Liberia, Sri Lanka, Ohio, and elsewhere. Step into the world and make your experience of Arden/Everywhere fully immersive. Reserve your free appointment to experience the Baruch_Portal below or with this link. Receive 10% off your ticket(s) order to Arden/Everywhere: The “As You Like It” Project (Oct 8-28) at Baruch Performing Arts Center by using code PORT10 at http://bit.ly/arden_everywhere.
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With high-tech shipping containers, Brooklyn-based arts and technology collective Shared Studios is making the world feel a little smaller.
The 92nd Street Y's annual 7 Days of Genius festival wants to dismantle the idea that "genius" comes from hubs like Silicon Valley, and show that it really happens when people work together. At the end of the long hallway that bisects New Lab—a tech and manufacturing coworking space that opened in an old industrial building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard last September—a crowd gathers outside a gold shipping container, waiting for their turn to walk inside.
Whenever Brooklyn and Berlin appear in the same sentence, the word “hipster” always lurks nearby like a smug intruder. True, both places are littered with hipster bait, with store after store peddling expensive coffee and fixed-gear bikes. But there’s far more to Brooklyn and Berlin, of course. Right now the communities are working together to create something many hipsters don’t seem to care that much about: jobs. The idea is to drive growth and innovation by connecting the two emerging tech startup scenes.