In Conversation with Elahe Izadi
Andy Cohen has made a career, and a life, out of making the ordinary extraordinary. In Glitter Every Day, the “Watch What Happens Live” host and “The Real Housewives” executive producer shares 365 sayings and quotes from the icons, thought leaders, Real Housewives, and legendary celebs that fuel his fun, offering words of daily inspiration to make any ordinary day shine bright.
In Conversation with Jodi Rudoren
As an expert who understands both sides of one of the world’s most complex and controversial conflicts, New Israel Fund CEO Daniel Sokatch dives into why so many people feel so strongly about Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without actually understanding it very well in Can We Talk About Israel? Sokatch will be in conversation with Jodi Rudoren, the editor-in-chief of the Forward.
With Margaret Glaspy
With his sophomore album Shape & Destroy, the Nashville-based artist documents his experience maintaining sobriety and finally facing the demons that led him to drug abuse in the first place.
In Conversation with Hanna Rosin
From the model, actress, entrepreneur, activist, and global social media phenomenon comes My Body, a profoundly personal exploration of feminism, sexuality, and power.
With Ally Venable
Hailed as one of the defining blues voices of his generation, the GRAMMY-nominated artist showcases one-of-a-kind guitar and vocal skills on his second album, 662, featuring songs that reflect on his experiences in and away from his home in the Mississippi Delta.
- Nov 25, 2021 • 8:00 am ET
On their third album Fish Pond Fish, the acclaimed folk quartet uses nature as a looking glass for the here and now, taking us into gardens, orchard rows, down to the ocean floor, and under stars.
The unlikely partnership between acoustic guitar pioneer Leo Kottke and Phish bassist Mike Gordon continues with the long-awaited Noon, their first new album in 15 years and a singular collaboration from two of the most accomplished and idiosyncratic instrumentalists in American music.
Netflix stars Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are bringing a minimalism talk and a live version of their popular podcast on the road for their first tour in three years: the Love People, Use Things Tour.
Wajahat Ali and Spencer Ackerman on the War on Terror, Trumpism, and American Identity
Journalist Wajahat Ali draws upon his experiences as a Muslim in America to offer lessons and strategies to help cultivate a more compassionate America in Go Back to Where You Came From. In a conversation moderated by Jenn White, host of WAMU’s “1A”, Ali and Spencer Ackerman, author of Reign of Terror, will speak about how the 9/11 era continues to shape today’s political and societal landscapes, and how millennial activists are pushing back against a rising tide of xenophobia.
- Jan 27, 2022 • 7:00 pm ET
Ticket + Signed Ali Book: $32
Ticket + Signed Ackerman Book: $32
Ticket + Both Signed Books: $60
Virtual Ticket: $10
Free Ticket + Signed Ali Book: $34
Free Ticket + Signed Ackerman Book: $37
Free Ticket + Both Signed Books: $71
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