Learn how digital cameras & e-commerce growth effect management systems; Citicorp Bldg., 153 E. 53rd St., 29th fl. (betw. Lexington & 3rd Aves.), rsvp 800-895-4853; call for times & price.
CANCER TREATMENT FOR THE PUBLIC
Free lecture series on current treatment options. This week, Dr. Kenneth Offit on breast cancer; Academy of Medicine, 1216 5th Ave. (103rd St), 822-7273; 6-7:30.
HEALTH ISSUES ANONYMOUS
Twelve-step group for those living with a health concern; St Luke's Roosevelt Center, 324 W. 108th St. (betw. B'way & Riverside Dr.), #205, 874-7372; 5:30-7.
how to HEAL FOOD ADDICTIONS & COMPULSIVE EATING
Julie Motz leads workshop on turning your addictions into healthy eating; School of Physical City, 55 E. 25th St. (betw. Park & Lexington Aves.), 371-0280 ext.2342; 6:30-9, $29-$49.
WORKING IN THE THEATER
Broadway & Off-Broadway actors, playwrights & choreographers lead panels, discussions & workshops at CUNY Grad Center, 365 5th Ave. (34th St.), 765-0606, res. req.; call for schedule, free [through 5/27].
BROWN BAG LUNCH LECTURES
Informal lectures on modern art?this week, Carina Evangelista on "The Raw & The Cooked;" Museum of Modern Art's Edward John Noble Ed. Center, 18 W. 54th St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 708-9781; 12:30, $5.
ELECTION 2000: MAYOR RUDOLPH GIULIANI
Our mayor discusses his political career & possible opportunity in Washington; 92nd St. Y, 1395 Lexington Ave. (92nd St.), 996-1100; 8, $20.
HERBAL REMEDIES FOR ARTHRITIS
Hospital for Special Surgery offers free seminar on supplements, their safety & how to get these remedies; Hospital for Special Surgery, 535 E. 70th St., 2nd fl. (York Ave.), 606-1057, res. req.; 6, free.
how to break into broadcasting
WCBS's "Cousin Brucie" talks about his years as a DJ & offers tips on finding that perfect job; Community Church of NY, 40 E. 35th St. (betw. Madison & Park Aves.), 371-0280 ext.4137; 6:30-9:30, $29-$49.
INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE
Tips on being healthier & preventing chronic pain w/utilization of herbal medicines; Sol Goldman YM-YWHA, 344 E. 14th St. (betw. 1st & 2nd Aves.), 780-0800 ext.221; 6-9, $25, free for s.c.
National organization for women pres. "Does Women's Political Involvement Make a Difference?" with Gale Brewer; Now-NYC, 150 W. 28th St., #304 (betw. 6th & 7th Aves.), 627-9895; 6:30.
CONVERSATIONS WITH CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
Artist Julia Jacquette closes out discussion series in conjunction with Making Choices exhibit; Noble Ed. Center at the Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 708-9781; 6:30, $5, students free.
is marxism still relevant?
Discussion with journalist Barry Cohen at AFM Club Room, 322 W. 48th St. (betw. 8th & 9th Aves.), 229-2388; 7, $5 contrib.
STOOP POETRY WORKSHOP
Serious scribers bring 10 copies of your work to Tribes Gallery, 285 E. 3rd St. (betw. Aves. C & D), 674-3778; 7:30-9:30, $3 contrib.
STOP THE EXECUTIONS
Campaign for ending the death penalty feat. speakers, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., ex-death row prisoner, mothers of inmates & Riverside Church's Rev. Dr. James Forbes; Cannan Baptist Church, 132 W. 116th St. (betw. Lenox Ave. & Adam Clayton Powell), 7, free.
STRESS MANAGEMENT 101: WHAT THEY DIDN'T TEACH US IN SCHOOL
Marian Morgan offers tips on reducing stress; Karen Horney Bldg. Aud., 329 E. 62nd St. (betw. 1st & 2nd Aves.), 838-8044; 8, $5.
EXPERIENCE REMOTE VIEWING
Two-day workshop on increasing your psychic ability, held at the College of Insurance, 101 Murray St. (betw. West & Greenwich Sts.), 888-540-6085, res. req.; 10-5, $245 [continues Sun.].
WRITING FROM THE SOURCE
One-day intensive creative writing workshop; Healing Works, 244 5th Ave., 6th fl. (betw. 28th & 29th Sts.), 816-3648; 10-5, $50.
Central Park hosts workshop for adults; learn how to stretch, increase flexibility & reduce stress; North Meadow Recreation Center, Central Park (midpark at 97th St.), rsvp 348-4867; 11-12:30, free.
learning to talk & listen
Workshop designed to help people deal with everyday life situations using the basic skills of improvisation; Performance of a Lifetime, 588 B'way, #403 (betw. Houston & Prince Sts.), 343-2884, res. req.; 1-2:30, free.
A LIFE OF LETTERS
Illumination workshop explores Medieval art; Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Ave., 2nd fl. (110th St.), 932-7347; 1-4, $60, incl. materials.
BECOMING A COLLECTOR
The New-York Historical Society hosts three free programs on collecting. Today, "Making a Collection" with Jan S. Ramirez (NY Historical Society), James Allen (antique dealer) & William M. Hunt (director of photography at Ricco Maresca Gallery); 2 W. 77th St. (Central Pk. W.), 873-3400; 6:30 [through 6/5].
the ART OF WILLIAM EDMONDSON
In collaboration with exhibition of the same name, Museum of American Folk Art hosts symposium on artist's work; 2 Lincoln Sq. (betw. 65th & 66th Sts.), rsvp 595-9533; 6-8, free.
Informal lectures on modern art?this week, Kristen Helmick-Brunet on "Paris Salon: From Post-Impressionism to Abstraction;" Museum of Modern Art's Edward John Noble Ed. Center, 18 W. 54th St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 708-9781; 12:30, $5 [repeats 5/25].
HISTORY OF NYC'S GARMENT INDUSTRY
Presentation by James Alterbaum at the Science, Industry & Business Library of the New York Public Library, 188 Madison Ave. (betw. 34th & 35th Sts.), 592-7000; 5:30-7, free.
Quida Vendrys hosts motivational lecture, "How to Relate More Effectively to Challenging, Difficult People in Any Situation" at St. Jean's High School, 175 E. 76th St. (betw. Lexington & 3rd Aves.), 949-9300; 6-8:30, $10 contrib.