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Thursdays, July 21, August 11 & September 15
Thursday, September 8
Sunday, September 11
Join us for a lively evening with Bob Mankoff, Cartoon Editor of "The New Yorker," as he riffs on the subjects that make us laugh.
Join historian Elissa Sampson for a walking tour along historic Second Avenue, the birthplace of New York’s Yiddish theater scene.
Join us for a screening of "16 Acres" and "The Second Day," two documentary films that chronicle September 11th and its aftermath.
Journalist Susan Freinkel will speak about the long-term impact that plastic is having on the environment and our health.
Explore the hidden history of Inwood Hill Park through its archaeological remains, which shed light on its pre-Columbian, Native American, and Revolutionary War past.
During this evening's debate, professors Kenneth Jackson, Joanne Freeman, and Council Member Daniel Garodnick will ponder how two of the most influential New Yorkers stacked up against one another.
Join a panel of photographers and scholars to explore photographic representations of the Bronx from the mid-twentieth century to the present.
Join "New Yorker" cartoonist and author Roz Chast for a discussion of her ground-breaking 2014 visual memoir chronicling her relationship with her aging parents.
Join us for a conversation with interior designer Juan Pablo Molyneux about his new book, "At Home," which explores the historically inspired designs of his three homes.
Join Simon Doonan, Harmony Hammond, Sarah Schulman, Peter Cramer, Jack Waters, and Bryan Lowder as they discuss how the LGBT trendsetters of the 20th century are shaping the contemporary culture of New York City.
Join author Richard Plunz and housing experts David Burney and Shola Olatoye to discuss the history of housing in NYC, from the single-family house to tenements and high-rise apartment buildings.
Join our panel of grassroots leaders, organizers, and scholars for a conversation about the future of immigrant rights in New York.