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Forum will discuss different approaches to combating climate change including severe reductions in energy consumption, technological solutions and ramping up renewable energy production.
City Arts and Lectures
Tonight at 8:00pm
John Hodgman is a humorist, author and television personality. In his weekly "Ask Judge John Hodgman" feature in New York Times Magazine, he resolves real-life personal disputes. Hodgman appeared in conversation with Adam Savage on April 21, 2014.
Here & Now
Today at 11:00am
Fall is officially here — and Here and Now resident chef Kathy Gunst is ready for some winter squash.
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