By Alison Durkee
We’re less than one week out now from the November midterm elections, which will decide the country’s immediate political fate. While the most important thing to do this November is vote, you can additionally become a more informed citizen by learning more about the election and today’s political issues at these upcoming talks and events.
By Troy Segal
Veterans Day (Nov. 11) is a good reason to salute our men and women in uniform, and to check out these upcoming lectures and discussions that deal with militants, military conflict and the aftermath of war.
By Troy Segal
Bored with your existence? Step into someone else’s shoes for a spell, with these upcoming events that delve into the lives of famous folk, offering revelations, insights and details even aficionados may not know. Read more
With the news breaking that New York City has its first diagnosed Ebola case in the form of a subway-riding emergency room doctor, an already engaging story has taken on new urgency. Check out these upcoming talks and panels to learn more about this emerging crisis. Read more
By Ethan Wolff
The Halloween countdown is on, but there’s plenty more to this October weekend in New York than costumes and candy. Check out these seven smart city events touching on everything from science films to a Memphis murder to Game of Thrones.
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By Kaitlin Ahern
If you were to look at the career trajectories of Adam Braun and Brandon Stanton, you’d see a similar theme. Read more
By Luvon Roberson
Louise Fitzhugh’s 1964 Harriet the Spy attracted dozens of middle-age adults to a 92Y talk held in honor of her spunky eponymous character, 11-year-old Harriet M. Welscher, on March 15 to celebrate the book’s 50th anniversary. Read more
Round out your calendar with our guide to the best lectures, discussions, film screenings and readings this April. Read more
by Luvon Roberson
Beloved by children and adults worldwide, The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince) was written and illustrated by internationally renowned French writer and famed aviator Antoine de Saint Exupéry while he lived in New York. Surprised? Read more