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Monday, September 12, 2011
This Week At 92YTribeca

Clockwise from top left: Ann and Fiona, Amanda Monaco, Mel & El, Chris O’Leary

    Wed, Sep 14
  • Comedy: Mortified: A comic excavation of teen angst artifacts (journals, letters, poems, lyrics, home movies, stories and more) as shared by their original authors before total strangers.
  • Film: Elza. “Elza Soares is renowned as one of Brazil’s original samba superstars whose career has spanned fifty years.” Part of the series Janeiro in New York.
  • Music: Cafe Series: Benji Kaplan
  • Comedy: More Arts / Less Martial with Dylan Brody. In his currently touring, one-person storytelling show, Dylan Brody brings a comic’s wit and a writer’s mind to bear as he explores his studies as a martial artist.
    Sun, Sep 18
  • Food Outings: A Slice Of Brooklyn Pizza Tour
  • City Walks: Brooklyn Heights: See antebellum wood houses, 19th-century mansions, the Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge as you learn about the Heights, past and present, on this historical walking tour.

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Norma Kamali: Fashion Icon


You New Yorkers might have heard, it’s fashion week here in New York City. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, to be exact.

Those paying close attention to the events might like to know that two important figures in the industry will will be at 92nd Street Y this week. Norma Kamali is well-know for having created the “sleeping bag” coat and “parachutes pants” made from actual parachutes. Fern Mallis is widely credited as the creator of Fashion Week. Both will be here on Thursday, September 15, for Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis: Norma Kamali. Tickets are available here.

Calvin Klein is next to appear in the series, on October 17.

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How Your Ears Help Keep You Balanced


Your ears are critical for maintaining balance. They sense your bodies motion and communicate with your central nervous system to help keep your balance. Ears, along with sight, touch, muscle sensory and your central nervous system, all work together in this effort to keep you on your feet!

At 92nd Street Y, left, right or center, our lectures and talks cover it all. From tonight’s discussion with Rula Jebreal and Amalia Dayan on women and change in the Middle East, tomorrow’s conversation with Barbara Walters and Dr. Gail Saltz, Sunday’s talk with Governor of Indiana Mitch Daniels or Michael Moore on November 15. Learn more at and see all upcoming talks, here.


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This Week At 92Y

Clockwise from top left: Norma Kamali, Sting, Governor Mitch Daniels, Barbara Walters

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