6/18 – New York Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman (The Sandman, Stardust, Coraline) discusses his first adult novel in eight years, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Peter Sharpe Theatre.
6/24 - Tony winning lyricist Jack O’Brien has written for Hairspray, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Full Monty and many other shows. He sits down with Nathan Lane – who he’s currently directing on Broadway in The Nance — at 92nd Street Y to discuss his new memoir, Jack Be Nimble.
6/25 - Michael Carosone and Joseph LoGiudice, editors of Our Naked Lives, join contributors Michael Luongo and Frank Spinelli to discuss “Being Gay and Italian” at Barnes & Noble – Upper West Side.
6/25 – Director Paul Feig (Freaks and Geeks; Bridesmaids) stops by 92nd Street Y Tribeca for a conversation moderated by the Museum of Moving Image’s David Schwartz. Clips will also be shown from his next film, The Heat, starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, out June 28.
6/27 - Former CIA director General David Petraeus joins Charlie Rose at 92nd Street Y to discuss his approach to leadership, military strategy, modern warfare, foreign policy and what’s next for him, and for our country.
6/28-29 - Director/actor/photographer John Waters will be performing an intimate one-man show at City Winery. A special $170 dinner package includes a meet-and-greet three-course dinner crafted by Executive Chef Jeff Haskell, paired with three delicious wines made on premises in Manhattan’s only functioning winery. Show only, $45-$60.
7/22 – Join authors and longtime friends Martin Amis and Ian McEwan for a special evening in a rare joint appearance at 92nd Street Y. McEwan’s latest novel is Sweet Tooth.
7/31 – MTV VJ Kennedy helped bring the cutting edge of culture into our living rooms during the 1990s as host of Alternative Nation, and on-the-spot correspondent for MTV News. She’ll be at Barnes & Noble in Tribeca to sign copies of her memoir, The Kennedy Chronicles (out 7/30).
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