Monday, March 11, 2019 - 7:30pm

5 Week Session

Early American Resistance to the Capitalist Policies of Alexander Hamilton

A 5 week study and discussion with Jim Costanzo, founder & director of the Aaron Burr Society

Was the U.S. Constitution a betrayal of the American Revolution? Did the founders intentionally frame the Constitution to establish a financial aristocracy based on patriarchy and white supremacy?

Following independence, there were five armed rebellions against the newly formed Republic in response to debt, financial speculation and foreclosures. This course will examine how the working classes, small farmers and...

Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 7:00pm


350 holds its monthly meetings at Brooklyn Commons on the second Thursday of each month. We are an affiliate of the international organization, which is devoted to halting the production of greenhouse gasses and promoting a just transition to a green economy. The Brooklyn chapter focuses on local actions we can take to address the climate crisis. We are an energized bunch, active on numerous fronts, and always in need of more folks to pitch in.

All are welcome! Please join us.

Friday, March 15, 2019 - 9:00pm

The Brooklyn-based ensemble of accomplished Arab, Turkish, Iranian, classical, bluegrass, and jazz musicians announce their nomadic journey in the heart of the borough. Interpreting Middle Eastern folk music through cultural and musical backgrounds as diverse as Brooklyn itself, the Nomads put a contemporary spin on a traditional Arabic repertoire from Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, as well music from Iran, Turkey, Uzbekistan and beyond. Brass and wind, string and vocals, tap and percussion– Brooklyn Nomads create a transcendent mix of voices, rich instrumentation and innovative composition....

Saturday, March 16, 2019 - 3:00pm

Special Event

The seismic tremors that the October Revolution sent through Germany, Hungary and Italy are well known to students of the post-World War One Europe. Less familiar is the fact that the revolution’s ripple effects were felt as far to the west as Ireland. This April will mark the centennial of an episode in Irish revolutionary history known at the time—and since—as the Limerick Soviet. When ten thousand people turned out for the funeral of Robbie Byrne, an Irish Republican Army adjutant, and delegate to the Trades Council of Limerick City, who died at British hands, the city was placed under martial law, and...

Sunday, March 17, 2019 - 10:00am

Are you a former Catholic, a Roaming Catholic, curious about the Roman Catholic Tradition, tired of the Catholic right? Want to know where the Roman Catholic left is? Feeling rejected by the Roman Catholic Church? All are welcome to an inclusive community celebrating an inclusive Roman Catholic Mass. The only requirement is an open heart

Every third Sunday of the month

Gather at 9:30 for Mass at 10 AM

Sistership and fellowship will follow at the café

Rev. Gabriella Velardi-Ward, Roman Catholic Woman Priest


Sunday, March 17, 2019 - 1:30pm

NYC Skeptics presents Carylanna Taylor, co-creator of the movie ANYA, who will discuss how a casual thought experiment with her writing/producing partner Jacob Okada developed into a feature film. ANYA is a love story and genetics mystery coming in 2019. The film began in 2014 with Jacob's seemingly random question: how do species diverge? ANYA's story about a couple and the evolutionary geneticist who discovered the unusual source of their infertility was born. To come up with a concrete, plausible source of speciation, we reached out to the National Academy of Science's Science & Entertainment Exchange. They connected us with two amazing geneticists at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Ting Wu and Dr. Ruth McCole lent their research on ultra-conserved elements of DNA to the film and...

Sunday, March 17, 2019 - 4:00pm

St. Patricks Day fundraiser for WBAI with music, poetry and the film showing of The McCourts of New York with Malachy having a Q+A afterwards.

Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 7:00am

Safe Conversations is a unique technology that teaches fundamental communication skills of Mirroring, Validating and Empathizing. In this three part process you will be able to fully hear, understand and empathize with ANYONE in your life. Use this bridge making technology to get closer to someone important in your life. Suitable for adults 18 and up. This workshop will be led by Kevin O’Donoghue and Niseema Dyan Diemer and The Positive Mind Center staff as an exclusive premium to WBAI public radio. Studies have shown that six weeks after the Safe Conversations© workshop individuals and couples report increased happiness and decreased anxiety. Make anxiety-free living a goal in YOUR life with this ground breaking technology. The cost to attend is a $150 donation (for two) to WBAI 99....

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 - 7:00pm
Music Now!
Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 7:00pm

Karonhyawake Jeff Doreen is a singer-songwriter from Hamilton, Ontario. He sings Beatles’ songs that he translates into Kanyen’'kehá:ka, Mohawk language, as well as originals. He is a speaker and teacher of Kanyen’'kehá:ka in the Grand Erie School Board. He has also taught in Six Nations of the Grand River at the adult immersion program. Come hear this unique performance and have your mind changed about Native languages. Jeff may even have you singing a few Mohawk. This is a rare treat. Jeff rarely comes to the city. Don't miss it.