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NYC Lectures and Seminars Fall 2013 Including, 92Y, Cuny Graduate Center, FIAF, NY Times Talks NY Historical Society and BAM
NYC offers a myriad of great cultural/political/topical lectures covering a wide range of topics from entertainment, cooking, politics, business and much more! 

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92Y 

The Fall/Winter 2013 lecture season at the 92Y offers over 160 talks with such highly acclaimed guests as Cherry Jones, Linda Ronstadt, Aziz Ansari, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Patrick Stewart, Sting, Chris Matthews and Kenneth Jay Lane among others. Topics range from Albert Einstein, the music of George and Ira Gershwin, the anniversary of the March on Washington to JFK. 

And, keep in mind…if you can’t make it to a lecture, were sold out, or don’t live in NYC, there’s always http://92yondemand.org/

Click link below for additional details and to purchase your tickets. Save 25% off the online service fee charge by using Promo Code:  NYCC13
http://www.92y.org/Uptown/Events/Lectures.aspx?page=0

92Y
1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

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French Institute Alliance Francaise

The Fall/Winter 2013 season features Michelin Star chef Alain Ducasse, Joel Dicker reading/book signing and a series titled Undressed: The Art of Sex & Seduction

Click link for additional details and to purchase tickets http://www.fiaf.org/events/index.asp

French Institute Alliance Francaise
22 E. 60th St between Park and Madison Ave

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CUNY Graduate Center of New York

Throughout 2013-2014, the CUNY Graduate Center will explore the top of NYC’s creative industries and will feature lectures, panels, performances and screenings by prominent leaders/performers/scholars including: Gay Talese, Kate D. Levin, Philip Glass, Harvey Lichtenstein and many more. Most lectures are *FREE*

Click this link for public programming http://www.gc.cuny.edu/Public-Programming and this link for an extensive calendar http://www.gc.cuny.edu/Public-Programming/Calendar

The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue at 34th St

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New York Times Talks

Although several of the upcoming season Talks are already sold out, there are still tickets available (as of 9/10) for Emeril Lagasse, David Bouley, Alex Atala & David Chang and Sir Ian McKellen & Sir Patrick Stewart. Tickets are $35. http://nytimes.whsites.net/timestalks/

But, don’t fret…all lectures streamed live where you can see: Mario Batali and Michael Symon, NY Times Restaurant Critics and over 25 additional Talks from their archives   http://new.livestream.com/nytimes

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 BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)

This latest slate of Talks at BAM features a dozen diverse topics including: On Vampires, On Ballet, The Making of Anna Nicole, The Rite of Spring at 100, On Climate Change, On Contemporary Circus and others. Tickets $15-$20

Click link for additional details and to purchase tickets http://www.bam.org/

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)
Various locations

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Symphony Space

The Selected Shorts annual literary series features readings for children, a live comedy talk show with Scott Rogowsky and readings by Zoe Kazan, Sally Fields, J. J Abrams, Paul Giamatti, Jennifer Egan, Tony Kushner and many others.

Click link for additional details and to purchase tickets http://www.symphonyspace.org/genre/literature

Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th Street

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New York Historical Society

Over 50 lectures and conversations focusing on history, politics and current affairs are scheduled at the New York Historical Society Fall 2013-Spring 2014. Topics include: From Lincoln to Roosevelt, New York’s Mid-Century Skyline with Barry Lewis, Masters of the Senate, From Pearl Harbor to Normandy and many more! 

Click link for additional details and to purchase tickets http://www.nyhistory.org/programs/upcoming-public-programs

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