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Staying in the city for your school’s break? Visiting for the week? Check out Inside New York‘s editors’ picks for the best events happening this week:

Monday, March 12

Open Mic Monday @ Nuyorican Poets Cafe
Participate or just join the enthusiastic office at one of NYC’s most loved and best known poetry slams!
236 East 3rd Street Between Ave B & C , F to 2nd Ave, 9pm

Tuesday, March 13

Yoga and Meditation -FREE
Siddha Yoga and Meditation holds a weekly sessions called a “satsang” where the emphasis on meditation rather than physical exercise. What better time to center yourself than spring break?
Siddha Yoga and Mediation, 230 W 29 st, Tuesdays 7:00-8:30 pm, subway: 6 to 28th st.

Speaking For Myself- A new film directed by Bert Shapiro
Against a background of “unseen” Manhattan, Speaking for Myself tells the inspiring story of eight contemporary artists living in New York City. Speaking for Myself pulls back the curtain so that we see the world through the artist’s eyes, their passions, inspirations, hard work and persistence. A uniquely fascinating and motivating journey. Featuring a dancer, a concert pianist, an actress, a Noh performer, a multi-instrumentalist, a tabla virtuoso, an organist and a singing poet. This very personal film focuses on the work and passions of these varied performing artists. Artists from the film, as well as the film’s director will be on hand to answer questions.
32 Second Ave & 2nd St, 6pm, $6

Wednesday, March 14

It’s Pi Day! Check out Pie Face, The Little Pie Company, Two Little Red Hens, or another one of our favorite pie restaurants and get your 3.14 slices of pi on!

Thursday, March 15

The Ladies of Pop Sing-a-long
Featuring Madonna, Britney, Christina, Cher, Gaga, Whitney (RIP), Beyonce, there will be an awesome selection of music videos with all with the words on the screen (though we bet you know all the words already) so you and your friends can sing along as you dance. Enjoy themed drinks like the Single Lady, Teenage Dream, Material Girl and Genie in a Bottle.
Union Hall, 702 Union Street at 5th Ave, Brooklyn, $8, 21+

Friday, March 16

Williamsburg Pub Crawl
Start at Trash Bar (we love their fresh and free tater tots!) and check out the hottest bars in Williamsburg. Not a hipster? Put a bird on it! Or alternatively, slap on some retro sunglasses, chug a PBR and you’re good to go!
Trash Bar, 265 Grand St, L to Lorimer St, 11pm, $15

Saturday, March 17

St. Patty’s Day Shamrock Shuffle
Tickets for bar crawl include a wristband, a cup, and drink specials at each stop. Drink specials include $2 draft beers, $5 mixed drinks, and $5 shots. So celebrate St. Patrick’s day by taking on the whole city!
Start locations vary, 11 am-9pm, tickets: $15 (+2.95 service fee)

St. Patricks Day for Sinners- All Redhead Burlesque Party
If you’re looking for a more alternative St. Patrick’s Day experience try the Bell House. They promise “No green beer, no Pogues cover bands, just great music, naked redheads, good beer and whiskey and awesome people.” Also redheads get in free!
149 7th st, Brooklyn, Saturday March 17, 8 pm, subway: L to Bedford Ave, tickets: $10

Sunday, March 18

Gotham Writers’ Workshop: Creative Writing 101 – FREE!
Learn the basics from a pro, John Oliver Hodges, before you get back to school!
Housingworks Bookstore Cafe, 126 Crosby St, 11am, N/R to Prince St

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