1. The stage is set for today’s #momplusocial event at 92YTribeca. We’ll be livecasting. First panel starts at 10 am. 

    The stage is set for today’s #momplusocial event at 92YTribeca. We’ll be livecasting. First panel starts at 10 am. 

  2. The concept behind Randy Cohen’s public radio series Person Place Thing is simple: he invites notable figures from all genres and backgrounds to discuss one person, one place and one thing about which they feel passionately.
Tomorrow at 92YTribeca (May 1) iconic potter, designer and author Jonathan Adler and his husband, author and Barneys creative ambassador at large Simon Doonan, join Person Place Thing as our first couple, for an experience in shared narrative. Audience Q&A to follow.
Get your tickets here!

    The concept behind Randy Cohen’s public radio series Person Place Thing is simple: he invites notable figures from all genres and backgrounds to discuss one person, one place and one thing about which they feel passionately.

    Tomorrow at 92YTribeca (May 1) iconic potter, designer and author Jonathan Adler and his husband, author and Barneys creative ambassador at large Simon Doonan, join Person Place Thing as our first couple, for an experience in shared narrative. Audience Q&A to follow.

    Get your tickets here!

  3. Hear more on Feb 20 at 92YTribeca during Social Media Week NYC, when we host a number of events at the Society & Social Impact Hub. 

    Hear more on Feb 20 at 92YTribeca during Social Media Week NYC, when we host a number of events at the Society & Social Impact Hub

  4. Join a youth movement tonight at 92YTribeca, 7 pm with Ari Melber, Abby Huntsman, Michael Skolnik, Alicia Menendez and New York City Councilman Joel Rivera. 
Watch live. 

    Join a youth movement tonight at 92YTribeca, 7 pm with Ari Melber, Abby Huntsman, Michael Skolnik, Alicia Menendez and New York City Councilman Joel Rivera. 

    Watch live

  5. Green-Wood cemetery, a National Historic Landmark and the final resting place of some half a million people, is one of the city’s finest representations of Victorian life. In the 19th century, it was America’s most popular tourist attraction other than Niagara Falls. 
Learn more about Green-Wood in this video on Thirteen’s The City Concealed. 
Explore it yourself on June 10 with Adrienne Onofri, a journalist and licensed NYC sightseeing guide. 

    Green-Wood cemetery, a National Historic Landmark and the final resting place of some half a million people, is one of the city’s finest representations of Victorian life. In the 19th century, it was America’s most popular tourist attraction other than Niagara Falls. 

    Learn more about Green-Wood in this video on Thirteen’s The City Concealed. 

    Explore it yourself on June 10 with Adrienne Onofri, a journalist and licensed NYC sightseeing guide. 

  6. This Week at 92YTribeca: Etienne Charles, David Javerbaum and Ira Glass, Superhuman Happiness, Mel & El

    This Week at 92YTribeca: Etienne Charles, David Javerbaum and Ira Glass, Superhuman Happiness, Mel & El

  7. This week at 92YTribeca: Kevin Janus, Nisha Asnani, Carner and Gregor, Steven Bernstein’s MTO and more!

    This week at 92YTribeca: Kevin Janus, Nisha Asnani, Carner and Gregor, Steven Bernstein’s MTO and more!

  8. Comedian Liam McEneaney gives us a peek inside the wonderland of his brain in the latest edition of Culture Klatsch. He’s hosting “Liam McEneaney’s Writings with Music,”  tomorrow, October 6 at 92YTribeca with special guests Myla Goldberg, Christopher Weingarten, and Kambri Crews. If he’s half as good at asking questions as he is at answering ours, tomorrow night will be seriously fun. We’ll assume (and hope) that Liam will discuss his penchant for pets in funny outfits at length with Mr. Weingarten, founder of Hipster Puppies, tomorrow.

Where do you go for news when you start your day? 
I used to go to morning news shows, it doesn’t matter which one because it’s the same show on every channel; because instead of news about the world, I like cooking tips and pets in funny outfits. When I want a view of the world from someone slightly more knowledgeable and informative than the TV news, I like to read Youtube comments.

What are your favorite websites? 
As far as I’m concerned, 92Y.org is the only website on the Internet.

How much do you use Twitter and Facebook (or other social networking services)? 
Are you asking how often I update @heyitsliam, my personal account? Or are you talking about @tyfcomedy, which is the Twitter handle for my weekly show Tell Your Friends! Or maybe you mean @tyfconcertfilm, which is the Twitter feed for the concert film based on that show?

In any case, I am usually too busy on Youtube, posting my hilarious “7-11 was an inside job” comments to bother with any of that.Read more on the 92Y Blog »

    Comedian Liam McEneaney gives us a peek inside the wonderland of his brain in the latest edition of Culture Klatsch. He’s hosting “Liam McEneaney’s Writings with Music,” tomorrow, October 6 at 92YTribeca with special guests Myla Goldberg, Christopher Weingarten, and Kambri Crews. If he’s half as good at asking questions as he is at answering ours, tomorrow night will be seriously fun. We’ll assume (and hope) that Liam will discuss his penchant for pets in funny outfits at length with Mr. Weingarten, founder of Hipster Puppies, tomorrow.

    Where do you go for news when you start your day?
    I used to go to morning news shows, it doesn’t matter which one because it’s the same show on every channel; because instead of news about the world, I like cooking tips and pets in funny outfits. When I want a view of the world from someone slightly more knowledgeable and informative than the TV news, I like to read Youtube comments.

    What are your favorite websites?
    As far as I’m concerned, 92Y.org is the only website on the Internet.

    How much do you use Twitter and Facebook (or other social networking services)?
    Are you asking how often I update @heyitsliam, my personal account? Or are you talking about @tyfcomedy, which is the Twitter handle for my weekly show Tell Your Friends! Or maybe you mean @tyfconcertfilm, which is the Twitter feed for the concert film based on that show?

    In any case, I am usually too busy on Youtube, posting my hilarious “7-11 was an inside job” comments to bother with any of that.

    Read more on the 92Y Blog »

  9. This week at 92YTribeca: Thomas Dolby, Charles Yang, Yom Kippur at 92YTribeca, Liam McEneaney and much more.

    This week at 92YTribeca: Thomas Dolby, Charles Yang, Yom Kippur at 92YTribeca, Liam McEneaney and much more.

  10. This week at 92YTribeca: The Upper North Side Canadian Author Series with Michael Crummey; “Oy! Only Six? Why Not More?” A Six-Word Story Show on the Jewish Life; The New York Television Fest, and much more.

    This week at 92YTribeca: The Upper North Side Canadian Author Series with Michael Crummey; “Oy! Only Six? Why Not More?” A Six-Word Story Show on the Jewish Life; The New York Television Fest, and much more.