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SOTU Pictures From The Greene Space

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Before and during the State of the Union, It's A Free Country is hosting a party in the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC's downtown studios. Even if you can't join us in person, there're lots of ways to participate from home. And, check out these photos from the evening's festivities - we'll update the slideshow throughout the evening.

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WNYC's Brian Lehrer and Brooke Gladstone were the MCs at It's a Free Country's State of the Union Party.
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Watching the SOTU and the live Twitter feed in the Greene Space
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Watching the SOTU and the live Twitter feed in the Greene Space

The IAFC bingo card
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The IAFC bingo card

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WNYC's Brian Zumhagen and Azi Paybarah at the State of the Union event in the Greene Space.
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WNYC's Brian Lehrer at the State of Union Party in the Greene Space.
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The Story Pirates performed at the State of the Union Party in the Greene Space.
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The Story Pirates performed at the State of the Union Party in the Greene Space.
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Laughs at the State of the Union Party in the Greene Space.
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Discussion before SOTU begins
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Discussion before SOTU begins

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Greene Space holds SOTU watching party
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Greene Space holds SOTU watching party

Watching and Tweeting the SOTU
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Watching and Tweeting the SOTU

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