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The BroadsheetDAILY – 3/28/22 – Morose Metric – Local infection rates with COVID version BA.2 among the highest in the city



Brookfield Square

In the world of WÜNDER, we gaze with twinkling eyes at the magic that surrounds us, the twinkling of life – and marvel at the moments we create together. An immersive dance party and theatrical performance – at sunrise in the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place. Kicking off with a magical meditation practice marked by live musicians. This tour only happens once… the wonder is fleeting. Bring a mat, bring a bottle of water. Get ready to dance! Free

12:30 p.m.

Meeting of the investment committee of the board of directors (12:30 p.m.)

Meeting of the members of the Authority (2:00 p.m.)

The matches will be broadcast live on: and video recordings made available for post-meeting access through the Battery Park City Authority website. Agendas will be made available at least 48 hours prior to scheduled meetings, and a public comment period will be provided at the meeting of Authority members at an agenda time determined by the Chair.
Anyone wishing to participate in the public comment period should submit comments by email to no later than 5:30 p.m. the day before the Meeting. Comments should be no longer than two minutes and can be played in the recording during the live stream. BPCA reserves the right to prioritize comments that have not been raised previously.


5 p.m.

A Just Woman: Doña Gracia Mendes Nasi

Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Pl

Virtual event

Beatrice Nasi, known as Doña Gracia, one of the richest women in the world, was born in 1510 in Portugal. Join the museum for a program exploring the incredible life and legacy of Doña Gracia on the occasion of the 530th anniversary of the decree of the Alhambra. The program will consist of a conversation with Andrée Aelion Brooks, author of The Woman Who Defied Kings: The life and times of Doña Gracia Nasi, and Howard Tzvi Adelman, associate professor of history at Queen’s University. The show will be hosted by Josh Nathan-Kazis, journalist at Barron’s and former editor of the Forward.

Free; suggested donation of $10

6 p.m.

Iron Buddha 25 Fulton Street

Reservations are released at 10 a.m. every Monday of the week preceding the course.

Howard Hughes Society

7 p.m.

Book launch at McNally Jackson 4 Fulton Street

During the coronavirus pandemic, a disabled queer woman bikes through locked down NYC for the ex-girlfriend who broke her heart. In pandemic-era New York, Orpheus just manages to buy a bike before it sells out all over town. She takes to the streets in search of Eurydice, the first woman she fell in love with, who broke her heart. The city is largely closed, devoid of contact, connection and community. But Orpheus learns the mysterious news of a clandestine bar, Le Monacle, inspired by the lesbian club of the same name in 1930s Paris. Can she find him?

7:30 p.m.

Trinity Wall Street

In person at Trinity Church or online

Thomas Cooley, tenor; Jonathan Woody, bass; The Chorus of Trinity Wall Street; Trinity Youth Choir; The Saint Thomas Men’s and Boys’ Choir; Trinity Baroque Orchestra; New York Baroque Inc.; Dana Marsh, conductor. Trinity Ensembles join forces with the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue and New York Baroque Incorporated to present Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, one of music’s quintessential masterpieces western classic. The St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244, is a dramatic integration of Scripture, new poetry and the great hymns of the Lutheran tradition. Free