Only In New York

Only in New York is a bi-monthly conversation series hosted by New York Times journalist Sarah Maslin Nir. At each program, Nir brings together two remarkable New Yorkers from different worlds to explore - and question - key concepts and commonly-held beliefs about life in the city, its limits and its possibilities. The conversations are inspired by the Museum's ongoing exhibition New York at Its Core.

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About the Host: 
Sarah Maslin Nir
 is a native New Yorker and a reporter for The New York Times best known for her report on the working conditions of nail salon workers, for which she was a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize. A graduate of the Brearley School, Columbia University, and the Columbia University School of Journalism, where she received her masters, she was also The New York Times' nightlife correspondent, covering 252 parties in 18 months. She once had an audience with the Queen of Spain, though she failed to realize it at the time. She is currently working on a book about horses in New York City for Simon & Schuster.

Talks Wednesday, January 17, 7:00pm

Gender & Justice

Sarah Maslin Nir talks to Assistant DA Lucy Lang and Reverend Vivian D. Nixon of College & Community Fellowship about the vexed relationship between gender and justice in this city - and the world beyond.
Talks Wednesday, September 27, 7:00pm

Past Event: Devouring the City

Explore NYC’s food culture with chef Eddie Huang, Sam Sifton, founding editor of NYT Cooking, and Sarah Maslin Nir.
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