From Cooking to Conducting

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Monday, June 22, 2009

In part three of our Food in the City series, New York Times food writer Melissa Clark talks about cooking in a small kitchen. Then, Bill Wasik, senior editor at Harper’s magazine, on how the Internet is changing not only the way we communicate but also how we think. Filmmaker Naftaly Gliksberg talks abuot his new documentary about anti-Semitism around the world today. Plus, Lorin Maazel, soon to be the former Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, on life after Lincoln Center.

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Cooking in a Small Kitchen with Melissa Clark

For Part III of our Food in the City series, we’ll be discussing the tricks of cooking in a small kitchen, with food writer Melissa Clark, a frequent contributor to the Wednesday food section of The New York Times and
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And Then There's This

Bill Wasik, senior editor at Harper's magazine, argues that digital technology is leading to entirely new ways of thinking, organizing, and communicating. In And Then There's This: How Stories Live and Die in Viral Culture, he explains that as the Internet expands its reach, a new kind of viral ...

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Look into My Eyes

Filmmaker Naftaly Gliksberg sets out to investigate what anti-Semitism looks like today, crossing two continents to see how people react to direct questions about their attitudes toward Jews, Israel, and the notion that there is such a thing as anti-Semitism. "Look into My Eyes" is a personal journey of painful ...

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Maestro Lorin Maazel

Lorin Maazel, Music Director of the New York Philharmonic, discusses stepping down from that position, his musical career, and his new venture—the Castleton Festival - a three-week music festival in rural Castleton, Virginia, which features 120 young musicians staging, performing, conducting, and putting on four Britten chamber operas. ...

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