1. Hear some music. If you're in the mood to hear some live bands, you've got a lot of choices tonight. There's Terry Dame's Weird Wednesdays at Branded Saloon, Marina + Ember Schrag + Alana Amram + Kelli Scarr: Karen Dalton Tribute @ The Way Station, Nico Soffiato & Josh Deutsch present: "2x3 Series" at LaunchPad and World Music Wednesdays at Elberta.
2. Speak out on Atlantic Yards Develoment. The Atlantic Yards SEIS Scoping Hearing is tonight at 182 Remsen St. The New York State Empire State Development Corporation will hold a public hearing to hear testimony on the draft scope of work for the Atlantic Yards Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS). ESDC was ordered to perform the SEIS as a result of a lawsuit brought by several community organizations. The court found that ESDC’s 2009 approval of a modified project plan for Atlantic Yards violated State environmental law by extending the construction schedule from ten to twenty-five years without required environmental review.
3. Explore Black history. If you are free during lunch today, head to Panther Baby Author Dr. Jamal Joseph Explores Black Consciousness In America. Medgar Evers College, 1638 Bedford Ave., 11:30 a.m. Free.
4. Rock out. Another music option is at The Rock Shop in Park Slope where are playing. The End of America is not some grand political statement. Instead, it is an honest attempt among three friends to return music to its purest form. After years of leading their own bands, James Downes, Brendon Thomas, and Trevor Leonard found a powerful sound in joining their three voices.
5. Move the car. Alternate side parking is in effect today. The next suspension isn't until Tuesday, March 26 for Passover, according to the NYCDOT.