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Agenda Cultural: 19 August, 2022


By Roger Costa

@Jen Maxfield

Emmy Award-winning reporter and TV News Anchor Jen Maxfield has just released the insightful and impactful journalistic book “More After the Break” proving her ability as a determined agent of the news. She has interviewed more than ten thousand people in her career. In her acclaimed book, she gathers some of those materials and interviews that had an enormous impact, offering ten unforgettable news stories and translating into ampler perspectives as stories of life itself. Maxfield introduces readers to inspiring stories of resilience and perseverance while achieving a heartbreaking, brave and precise literary work of journalism. INFO:


Tickets are still available for Newark’s mega Reggae Event at NJPAC, 1 Center Street, on Sunday August 21st at 7pm. Secure your seats for one of the world’s most notorious reggae/pop bands of all times, UB40. They will be landing their latest tour “Bigga Baggariddim” which provides some great vibes and inspired dancing ballads, while gathering other sensational artists such as Bob Marley’s very own original band members The Wailers, the sensational vocalist Maxi Priest and the energized band Big Mountain. Tickets $59.-$109. INFO:


The Museum of Modern Arts, 11 West 53rd Street, announces the final weeks to check out the interactive, colorful and lively Matisse’s exhibition. On view thru September 10th at the 3rd Floor Gallery, “Matisse: The Red Studio” reunites some of the French painter’s surviving works, including six paintings, three sculptures and one ceramic. Created in 1911 to depict Henry Matisse’s work place, the materials and objects surrounding and inspiring the artist, the exhibition also invites visitors to display their talents at the studio, offering material to create art, painting, writings and reflect on the colors that inspire us. INFO:

@Smoke Jazz Club

Known as one of New York’s most prestigious Jazz Houses, Smoke Jazz Club located at 2751 Broadway continues to celebrate their grand re-opening this August with fresh, inventive and distinguished performances from fantastic jazz musicians. Thru Sunday, August 21st, The Heavy Hitters will be performing some great hits led by the saxophones of Jim Snidero and Eric Alexander. On August 25-28 the saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa brings his Trio to perform a special program entitled “Charlie Parker Celebration”. Shows are Wednesdays-Sundays at 7pm and 9pm with additional 10:30pm session on Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets $35.-$60. INFO:

@Film At Lincoln Center

As part of its successful 4K Restoration Retrospective on the Award-winning Trilogy of Colors by Krzysztof Kieslowski, the house of world class cinema located at 165 West 65th Street Broadway, will feature “Three Colors: Red”, starting on August 26th, which is the last chapter in the beautiful, accomplished trilogy about love, life and death. The other two parts, “Blue” and “White” are also screening. INFO:

@Quad Cinema

Starting August 19th, the celebrated Village arthouse Quad Cinema (34 West 13th Street) will rewind the great work of Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem. It marks the release of his new film, the acclaimed comedy “The Good Boss” (opening August 26th). Running thru thru August 25th the series “Boundless Bardem” features cult classics of Bardem’s most rich performances such as “Jamon, Jamon” and “Golden Balls”, both directed by Bigas Luna, and Almodovar’s “Live Flesh”, as well as other highlights. INFO:


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