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Friday, November 04, 2011
What Is The Best Place To See A Not-Boring Lecture?

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What is the best place to see a not-boring lecture? According to Time Out New York, it is 92nd Street Y and 92YTribeca!

Whether you’re seeking a literary conversation, stimulating analysis of current events or an evening of sing-alongs, this 137-year-old organization has you covered. Offerings at the 92nd Street Y’s younger sibling, 92YTribeca, are typically quirkier and cheaper and often include a beer. Three cheers for uptown and downtown culture.

Time Out New York‘s “Best of NYC 2011” is on newsstands now. See it all here!

And then check out the Literary Events or Lectures & Conversations at 92Y, and Nighttime and Daytime Talks at 92YTribeca. 




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