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The release of surveillance video showing N.F.L. player Ray Rice punching his then fiancee and dragging her unconscious body from an elevator has sparked national outrage and an independent investigation into the top brass of the N.F.L.
City Arts & Lectures
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International bestseller Alain de Botton appeared in conversation with New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik on March 5, 2014.
Today at 3:00pm
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The show takes a look at the child refugee crisis story that took the media by storm early this summer. How did this happen?
Today at 6:30pm
Author Wendy Lesser and poet Robert Pinsky discuss the ways that literature and, especially, poetry touch readers. In a culture that is increasingly visual and virtual in orientation, what role does old-fashioned reading play?
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