Weekday Events


Screening of "Fuel" at Center for the Urban Environment
Join CUE's Third Thursday and watch Fuel, the Sundance Film Festival's Best Documentary of 2008. Fuel is an insightful portrait of America’s addiction to oil and an uplifting testament to the immediacy of new energy solutions. There will be free popcorn and a post-screening discussion with Brent Baker, CEO of Tri State Biodiesel. To RSVP, email rwelch@bcue.org.
Thursday, February 19. 6-8 p.m. $10. Center for the Urban Environment, 168 7th Street.

Funeral for the G Train
The Straphangers Campaign and State Assembly Members Joseph Lentol and Hakeem Jeffries will hold a "mock funeral" for the G train. The MTA is proposing to eliminate the line at all times from the Court Square subway station to Forest Hills-71st Avenue.
Today. 10:30 a.m. Court Square Subway Station, street entrance at Jackson Avenue and Court Square.

Brooklyn Independents: 50 Years of Black Literary History with Amiri Baraka and Ed Bullins
As part of the Brooklyn Public Library’s celebration of Black History Month, authors Amiri Baraka and Ed Bullins will discuss their literary lives. Professor Jeremy Glick from Hunter College will moderate.
Wednesday, February 18. 7 p.m. Free. Central Library in the Dweck Center, 10 Grand Army Plaza.

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