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Culture calendar: April 2018

This month, run with champions and attend the world's largest Paleo event.

Being up to date on all things health and wellness is social and cultural currency these days, which is why we started the Furthermore book club. Next, we introduced an events calendar to help high performers stay on top of the best new lecture series, art exhibitions, films, and more. Here, our picks for this month.

hear female culinary icons discuss the industry.

Cherry Bombe is a biannual magazine covering women and food. Their sixth annual Jubilee food conference (taking place April 14 in New York City) will feature Nigella Lawson, author of the new book At My Table: A Celebration of Home Cooking, chef-owner Ruth Rogers of the legendary River Café in London, and former Gourmet editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl.
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run alongside powerhouse marathon couple ryan and sara hall.

A highlight of B Inspired’s LA Retreat (taking place April 27 to 29) will be the opportunity to train with Ryan Hall, the U.S. record holder in the half-marathon, and Sara Hall, winner of the USATF Women’s Marathon Championships in 2017. Join them on a morning meditation session, trail run through Runyon Canyon, and evening hike.
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learn about the food-mind connection.

At the Center for Mind-Body Medicine’s five-day “Mind, Mood & Food” training (taking place April 15 to 20 in Big Sur, California), workshops on how to improve mental and emotional well-being through food will be held by experts such as Mark Hyman, MD, director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine, and Cindy Geyer, MD, medical director at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Massachusetts.
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explore “the senses: design beyond vision.”

This Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum exhibit (debuting April 13 in NYC) celebrates the senses other than eyesight. Attendees are invited to touch, hear, and smell interactive installations such as a furry wall with digital sensors that play music to a scent commission by Christopher Brosius, the olfactory artist behind cult brand I Hate Perfume.
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take in a talk with women’s running pioneer kathrine switzer.

On April 14, join Furthermore editors and David Siik (creator of Equinox's Precision Running) for an inspiring discussion with running icon Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon.
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join the paleo community.

Paleo f(x)™ bills itself as the largest paleo health event in the world (taking place April 27 to 29 in Austin). Participants can take in cooking demos, presentations, and panels from experts such as David Perlmutter, MD, neurologist and author of The Grain Brain Whole Life Plan.
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