Military rations have certainly changed throughout the centuries, but chocolate has always been a part of a soldier's war experience. Join Mars Wrigley's Dave Borghesani online for a virtual event as he traces the use of chocolate by our troops from the 1700s through today. Learn why chocolate was so valuable, how it evolved over the years, and how it is still being enjoyed by our brave servicemen and women.
Journey to the heart of the West Village on this virtual tour and experience the neighborhood's vital place in the queer history of New York City. The Village has historically been a vibrant center of countercultures, artistic, and social movements, and it became the birthplace of the gay liberation movement after the Stonewall Uprising in 1969.
Experience a unique theatrical experience via Zoom that combines spellbinding magic, storytelling, comedy, and the beauty of Irish culture. Illusionists Daniel GreenWolf and Bella GreenWolf take a journey through Irish history and mythology—from the ancient Celts to Irish immigrants—through the lens of stage magic, grand illusions, and expert sleight-of-hand.
Ticket sales close at 7:30pm ET on Wednesday, March 17
Raise a toast to New York’s legendary bar culture! Join us on Zoom for a lively history of the city as told through its boozy locales, from gritty pubs to grand hotels. Among the stops: McSorley's Old Ale House, the Ear Inn, the St. Regis Hotel, Trader Vic's, Fraunces Tavern, Chumley's, and much more.