92Y Talks: They Said What? with Joy Behar, Nancy Giles, Dean Obeidallah and Murray Richman

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They Said What
They Said What? with Joy Behar, Nancy Giles, Dean Obeidallah and Murray Richman

They said what?!


From Robert Durst’s “I killed them all” to Stefano Gabbana’s “I call children of chemistry synthetic children,” hear today’s most outlandish headlines dissected in a frank, hilarious conversation.

Emmy®-winning talk show host Joy Behar throws it down salon-style with CBS News’ Nancy Giles, comedian Dean Obeidallah and criminal lawyer Murray Richman.


Wed, Mar 25, 7:30 pm

Emma Sky with General David Petraeus
How did the situation in Iraq go so horribly wrong? Two experts share their military and political expertise in what’s sure to be an eye-opening conversation.

Emma Sky, the British Middle East expert and author of the new book The Unraveling, went to help rebuild Iraq after Saddam Hussein’s fall in 2003—and never left. As a political adviser to coalition forces, she witnessed a decade of disaster. She shares her perspective with David Petraeus, the four-star general who oversaw American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.


Mon, May 11, 7:30 pm

Dr. Julie Holland with Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Mind, Medicine and Media

Are we overmedicated? What’s the neurological downside to how we live our lives? What are the pros and cons of cannabis-based medicines? Get all your questions answered when psychiatrist Dr. Julie Holland joins neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN.
A practicing psychopharmacologist, Dr. Holland has a radical perspective on the progressively altered states of America, as revealed in her provocative new book for women, Moody Bitches.


Tue, Mar 31, 8:15 pm

In the News with Jeff Greenfield: Barney Frank

How did a disheveled, intellectually combative gay Jew with a thick accent become one of the most effective (and funniest) politicians of our time?

Jeff Greenfield sits down with the former Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank to hear about it all: his journey from Bayonne, NJ, to Congress, where he struggled against inequality and fought for gay rights. From the Clinton impeachment to the Great Recession to the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” Frank’s words and deeds mattered more than you know. Don’t miss this chance to get his side of the story.

Barney Frank will sign copies of his new memoir, Frank: A Life in Politics from the Great Society to Same-Sex Marriage, after the event.

Sun, Apr 12, 7:30 pm


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