Lectures at 92nd Street Y: David Axelrod with John Heilemann, NPR's Planet Money and Allen Grubman
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- With the elections coming up this November, politics is on everyone's mind. Stay informed this year by attending these lectures at 92nd Street Y.
- See John Heilemann in conversation with David Axelrod, Allen Grubman in conversation with Norm Pearlstine or "NPR's Planet Money on the U.S. Economy: A Second Wind... Or Circling the Drain?" with Alex Blumberg and Adam Davidson.
- Time Out has tickets for 50 percent off, so you can even afford to attend all three lectures.
"John Heilemann in Conversation with David Axelrod": Monday, June 11, 8pm
John Heilemann, the national affairs editor for New York magazine and nymag.com and political analyst for MSNBC cowrote the book Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime.
A Democratic political consultant and senior strategist to President Obama's reelection campaign, David Axelrod worked in the White House as the senior adviser to the President until February 2011. Next January, he plans to launch the Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago.
Together, they will discuss how President Obama fared during his first term, and whether he will win a second.
"NPR's Planet Money on the U.S. Economy: A Second Wind... Or Circling the Drain?" with Alex Blumberg and Adam Davidson: Wednesday, June 13, 8pm
The economy affects us all, but most of us don't understand how it works; Alex Blumberg and Adam Davidson breathe life into the usually dull subject on NPR's Planet Money. Spend an evening unraveling the latest economic news at 92nd Street Y.
If you have any questions for the duo, you can ask them at 92nd Street Y's Facebook page, to be answered during the Q&A.
"Allen Grubman in Conversation with Norm Pearlstine": Thursday, June 21, 8:15pm
Allen Grubman is a senior partner at one of the largest entertainment law firms in the country. He and Norm Pearlstine, chief content officer for Bloomberg Businessweek, will discuss the future of the entertainment industry, as well as Grubman's extraordinary career.
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