You know her voice: she’s the local host of NPR’s All Things Considered for WNYC. You know her face: well, yeah; there’s a photo right here. But you also know it from her work on Court TV, ABC News, and more. What I particularly admire about her is her devotion to the law as an instrument of social justice, even in an era when it seems anything but. Plus music from Piedmont Bluz.
Wednesday, November 1, 7:30
JCC Harlem
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11/8 Loudon Wainwright III – musician
KGB Bar, for Humanities NY

11/13 Mary Travis Bassett – NYC health commissioner
Van Alen Institute

11/19 Paula Vogel & Daniel Alexander Jones – playwright, performer
Park Avenue Armory

11/20 F. Murray Abraham – actor
Friar’s Club

11/26 Jane Alexander – actor, environmentalist
Bowery Poetry Club

12/4 Cedric Alexander – former police chief
Baha’i Center

12/9 Noah Brody, Ben Steinfeld – actors, Fiasco Theater
Classic Stage Company

12/13 Gail Simmons – food writer
JCC Manhattan

1/24 Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez – plastic surgeon
NYC Langone Medical Center1/31 Andre Aciman – writer

1/31 Andre Aciman – writer
JCC Manhattan

2/12 Arin Arbus – director
Theater for a New Audience

3/6 Woodie King Jr. – founder, New Federal Theater
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

3/29 Mande Holford & Mercer R Brugler – marine biologists
Museum of Natural History

4/3 Randy Weston – pianist
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

5/2 Harriet Washington – medical journalist
Columbia Univ. narrative medicine program

6/17 Bill T Jones – Dancer
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