Earth Day this Saturday celebrate with festivities in Grand Central Terminal and Times Square. Indoors, see exhibitions by green companies, technological innovations, educational exhibitions, special screenings, panel discussions and other programming. Outdoors enjoy green art, music and costumed characters. Over in Times Square, meanwhile, see a green car show, interactive exhibitions and speakers.
The Tribeca Film Festival provides a platform for innovative filmmakers to showcase their latest work. The 2012 program will feature films of all stripes: crowd-pleasing blockbusters-to-be, provocative documentaries, foreign films, shorts and free outdoor screenings, plus a cornucopia of panel discussions and lectures, with the likes of Robert De Niro, Judd Apatow, Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon.
The First Harlem Earth Day Sunday 10 A.M.–4 P.M.
Concert and planting workshop, kids yoga classes, art installations and arts & crafts, catch & release fishing, an urban gardening workshop, storytelling and instrument making.
April 24 Record Store Day at record stores citywide is a day full of exclusive releases, live performances and other extra-special offers and events. recordstoreday.com.
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