This month

NYT Podcast Club, IRL: "The Nod"

The Greene Space at WNYC/WQXR, 44 Charlton St, New York, United States

Podcast obsessives, take a break from your earbuds to attend a live meetup of The New York Times Podcast Club, a weekly geekout over the best in on-demand audio. We’ll listen to a buzzed-about episode over drinks, then hear the episode’s creators discuss the ins and outs of how it was made with The New York Times editorial director of audio Samantha Henig. Why does purple taste so good? In this edition, we’ll talk with Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings, hosts of The Nod, and executive producer Sarah Abdurrahman about how the grape flavor came to have sentimental significance for black Amer...






december 2017

The Times in Person: Indianapolis

WFYI, 1630 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, United States

Farah Stockman, a national correspondent with The New York Times, is returning to Indianapolis for a discussion about jobs and the economy. Join us and share your thoughts about our coverage and what we should write about next. Read about how one female steelworker grappled with the loss of her job as it moved to Mexico: http://nyti.ms/2yncMkP






february 2018

Benjamin Clementine: Performance and Conversation

The TimesCenter, 242 W 41st St, New York, United States

Join us for an intimate and enchanting evening of music and conversation with English artist, poet, composer and musician Benjamin Clementine. "His stirring, impassioned tenor sounds like it’s from another world, but it’s the singer’s questioning of the one we live in that sets his music apart," said David Byrne in a 2016 interview for T Magazine. "I Tell a Fly," Clementine’s second album due for release in October, draws inspiration from artists as diverse as by Erik Satie and Isao Tomita. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to spend an evening contemplating our changing world, a...




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