3/5/2021 12:14:14 PM

CCF Movie Night: "STALLONE: Frank, That Is"

"Stallone: Frank, That Is"

Join Us For a Discussion and Q&A with Frank Stallone on this wonderful documentary Including Free Access to Stream The Film Before Our Virtual Event on Thursday, March 25 at 6:30 PM

Our CCF Movie Night Series continues with our special guest, Frank Stallone. The actor and singer-songwriter is the subject of the recently-released documentary, "Stallone: Frank, That Is." This event is free to CCF Members. Be sure to RSVP in advance for an exclusive stream of the 73-minute documentary before we convene on Thursday, March 25 for the Q&A.

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2/24/2021 10:50:22 PM

CCF Movie Night: "The Cuban" Panel Discussion

Join Us For "The Cuban" Panel Discussion:
Italian-American Filmmaker Sergio Navarretta,
Writer/Producer Alessandra Piccione, and Academy-Award Winning actor Louis Gossett Jr.

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2/16/2021 3:50:32 PM

Dr. Anthony S, Fauci Scholarship Now Open

CCF's Dr. Anthony S, Fauci Scholarship is now open! Apply before the April 1, 2021 deadline!

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1/22/2021 12:29:29 PM

Author & CCF Member Adriana Trigiani Discusses The Shoemaker's Wife: LAX Book Club

January’s Ladies Auxiliary meeting included a discussion of The Shoemaker’s Wife with author and CCF Member Adriana Trigiani. For more information on the LAX, and how you can become involved, please email LAX President Annalisa Perfetto. If you are interested in learning more about Adriana Trigiani, or receiving her newsletter, please click here.

Here’s an excerpt from the LAX discussion of The Shoemaker's Wife.

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1/14/2021 4:10:36 PM

A Conversation with Michele Bogart: Central Park’s Early Statues:Landmarking A New Urban Naturespace

On Wednesday, January 13, Michele Bogart provided a fascinating exploration of how and why ​public art and monuments began to appear in Central Park.

For all the virtues of a pristine, cultivated landscape to provide an escape from the rapidly expanding city, monuments began to appear not too long after Central Park opened to the public.

Our views are evolving about public commemoration and scholar Michele Bogart took us on a journey to understand some of the decisions that shape the park that so defines the image of our city. 

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