Paley Center Events: Carl Bernstein & Questlove; Monty Python; World Cup Finals

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Preview Final Episode

CNN’s The Sixties: “Sex, Drugs, and Rock N’ Roll”

Tuesday, August 5 at 7:00 pm

In Person: Questlove; Graham Nash; Moderator: Carl Bernstein

The Paley Center will preview the final episode of CNN’s acclaimed series on the tumultuous 1960s that explores how American culture was radically transformed over a decade. The series finale, “Sex, Drugs, and Rock N’ Roll,” documents how the Baby Boom generation redefined the tastes, morals, and politics of a country during an era of unrelenting change, with commentary by Grace Slick, Tom Wolfe, Jann Wenner, and Tom Hanks. After the screening, our panel of influential musicians and experts will reflect upon the era’s resonance in art, fashion, and style, and how counterculture icons like the hippies and Timothy Leary are still relevant today.  

 

Funding for this event is provided by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation  

 

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Paley General Members: On Sale Wednesday, July 9 at noon ET. 
General Public: On Sale Thursday, July 10 at noon ET.
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World Cup fever continues at the Paley Center with the Second Stage – Semifinals LIVE on the big screen, FREE. Please note: The Paley Center screenings begin 30 minutes before match times with ESPN/ABC pre-game coverage. 

Tue 7/8
3:30 pm: Brazil vs. Germany
*Please note: shown in the second floor theater   

Wed 7/9
3:30 pm: Netherlands vs. Argentina

Third Place Match: 7/12; 2014 FIFA World Cup™ Title Match: 7/13 

 

 

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See treasures from the Paley Archive, highlights of some of the most innovative, important, acclaimed, popular, and rare titles in our peerless collection of programming, organized by topics that are culturally/historically relevant or just too much fun to resist.  

July 19 to August 31 

Family Programming at 12:10 pm

Including some Nickelodeon classics; Samurai Jack: The Movie; Schoolhouse Rock! 

 

July 19 to August 31 

Featured Programming at 2:00 pm

A Celebration of Mary Rodgers; Monty Python; World War 1 Centennial; Nixon Resigns & The X-Files; TV on Ice; and Fashion Week, via the Mad Men era.

 

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and senior citizens; $5 for children under fourteen) 

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PaleyPrize

July 9 at 11:00 pm  


Manhattan

 

Cast and creators discuss the new drama on WGNAmerica, set against the backdrop of the mission to build the world’s first atomic bomb in Los Alamos.

Panel: Sam Shaw, Creator/Writer/Executive Producer; Thomas Schlamme, Director/Executive Producer; John Benjamin Hickey, “Frank Winter”; Olivia Williams, “Liza Winter”; Daniel Stern, “Glen Babbit”; Ashley Zukerman, “Charlie Isaacs”; Rachel Brosnahan, “Abby Isaacs”  Watch the Live Stream 

 

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Photos (top left): On the Beat: Emily Deschanel, Holly Robinson Peete, Marg Helgenberger, S. Epatha Merkerson, Angie Dickinson, Marin Ireland, Tony Goldywyn, Poppy Montgomery; (top right) Marg Helgenberger, Angie Dickinson; (bottom left) The Bridge: Diane Kruger, Demian Bichir; (bottom right) The Internet’s Own Boy: Christopher Soghoian, ACLU; Jane Hamsher, Publisher, FireDogLake.com; Brian Knappenberger, Director; Moderator: Tim Wu, Columbia Law School  

 

  

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WKRP in Cincinnati: “We did many shows that went against the protocol of the network.” -Tim Reid  Watch Video 

 

Key & Peele: “The most revolutionary scenes are ones like Les Mis. ‘How can they be black?’ When you let that go, then you are dealing with a twenty-first century mind.” -Keegan-Michael Key  Watch Video 

  

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