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  • Fern Mallis remembers an evening with André Leon Talley
  • Fern Mallis remembers an evening with André Leon Talley

    The fashion industry is a quirky and unusual world, filled with great talents, huge egos, and bigger personalities. It is a fragile ecosystem that creates personas and cults that are sometimes larger than life. There are a handful of players often called crazy or obsessed, mentors or muses, gurus or guardians. I was so thrilled to host one of these very special individuals at Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis in 2013: André Leon Talley

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  • Our Year in Books
  • Our Year in Books

    Reading and sharing ideas about books has become a crucial source of connection for the 92Y community during the pandemic. The Poetry Center’s Ricardo Maldonado and Sophie Herron, who are heavily involved in programming and moderating many of our literary programs at 92U, got together with Editorial Manager Daniel Poppick to talk about the books they loved most in 2021, how the pandemic has changed their reading habits, the poetry and 92U literary seminars they’re most looking forward to in 2022, and more

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  • The violinist who is “set to inspire a generation” — Classic FM
  • The violinist who is “set to inspire a generation” — Classic FM

    Ahead of his highly anticipated first major New York City recital, we sat down with Randall Goosby, one of the most acclaimed classical artists of his generation. The 25-year-old Sphinx Competition winner, Itzhak Perlman protégé, and violin sensation shared thoughts on the music he champions, the greatest lesson he learned from “Mr. P,” and his passion for making classical music representative and accessible

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  • A message for Chanukah from Rabbi Joui Hessel
  • A message for Chanukah
    from Rabbi Joui Hessel

    Rabbi Joui Hessel, VP of Jewish Life at 92Y’s Bronfman Center for Jewish Life, writes: It is the time when we begin to feel the colder air outside and experience a sunset that occurs earlier each day. We take out our puffy coats, scarves, gloves, and hats and prepare for darker and colder days as winter arrives

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Art: Ron Agam, Homage to Hope, 2018 acrylic and resin on panel, 72” x 72” x 3.5” Homage to Hope was presented as part of Ron Agam: Experience Experimentation in 92Y’s Weill Art Gallery, Jan 16–Feb 27, 2019.

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