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Fake News, Real News, and Failing Upward at the New York Times

Fake News, Real News, and Failing Upward at The New York Times

A conversation with Jim Rutenberg, New York Times Media Columnist
Interviewed by Brooke Kroeger
Hosted by Keri Lamparter

 

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New York Times media columnist Jim Rutenberg offers a behind-the-scenes look at the breakneck pace of journalism in the Trump era and the challenges of the shifting media landscape. Interviewed by NYU Journalism professor, and Board member Brooke Kroeger.

 

 

JIM RUTENBERG is the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times media columnist, a writer-at-large for the New York Times Magazine and a former national political correspondent for the newspaper who co-led the newspaper’s coverage of the 2012 presidential campaign. Before joining the Times staff in 1996, he worked for the New York Daily News  and as the television reporter for the New York Observer.

 

BROOKE KROEGER is a professor of journalism at New York University and a senior fellow of the Schuster Institute for Investigative Reporting. Her five books include the biography of Misoprostol purchase canada, Misoprostol online sale without prescription, and most recently,buy Misoprostol australia no prescription 

Life Lessons and the Economic Outlook: Byron Wien Interviewed by Ron Baron

Life Lessons and the Economic Outlook

Byron Wien, the Blackstone Group

Interviewed by Ron Baron, Baron Capital

Hosted by Patti Ferrin

Renowned prognosticator Byron Wien, US strategist at Morgan Stanley for 21 years and senior adviser to Blackstone Group, has been one of Wall Street’s most influential strategists for decades. In this talk, he’ll share his wisdom in the form of life lessons and will touch on his annual “TenSurprises” list, citing his economic, financial market, and political predictions. Interviewed by Ron Baron, founder of Baron Capital Management, this is sure to be an insightful hour, spent in the company of two of the country’s most well known investment gurus. 

 

 

BYRON WIEN Chief  US strategist at Morgan Stanley for 21 years, Byron Wien has spent the last nine years in a parallel role at the Blackstone Group.  As a renowned Wall Street observer and economic commentator,  his market views have been widely followed for decades, as have his year-ahead predictions and thoughts on life lessons. 

 

 

RON BARON is an American mutual fund manager and investor. He is the founder of Baron Capital, a New York City-based investment firm that manages the Baron Funds, which he also founded. 

 

The Creeks: Epicenter of the 1950s Hamptons Arts Community

The Creeks: Epicenter of the 1950s Hamptons Art Community

Lecture by artist  Mike Solomon, Ossorio Foundation founding director

Hosted by Sheila Rogers

 

Aerial view of The Creeks

Alfonso Ossorio—artist, collector, and heir to a Philippine sugar fortune—expanded the consciousness of the East End arts community in its heyday, through his genius for the avant guard. With his long-term partner Ted Dragon, they lived a storied life at The Creeks, their 57-acre estate on Georgica Pond. Their home became a mid-century center of the modern arts community which included Jackson Pollack and Lee Krasner, Willem de Kooning, and many others. Join us for this discussion with artist Mike Solomon, the leading expert on Ossorio and his one time studio assistant.

 

 

MIKE SOLOMON   Mike Solomon has helped many artists and estates on the East End organize and preserve their art legacies. Solomon was the founding director of the Ossorio Foundation, and is the leading expert on Alfonso Ossorio. While maintaining his own career as an artist, he writes and lectures on various aspects of art and artists. His work is in many distinguished collections including Guild Hall Museum, the Parrish Art Museum, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Richard Meier, Pricilla Rattazzi, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Dan Flavin Jr. and Edward Albee. Solomon maintains studios on the North Fork and in Sarasota, Florida.

 

 

Building a Better Company

Building a Better Company

 

Howard Schultz, Starbucks Executive Chairman
Interviewed by Andrew Ross Sorkin

 

Hosted by Patti Ferrin

 

The long-time chairman and former CEO of Starbucks rose from humble beginnings in Brooklyn public housing to growing Starbucks into an $84 billion business—revolutionizing the coffee industry along the way. His leadership at Starbucks has long been marked by a sense of social justice and strengthening communities through human connection and social innovation. Since transitioning to Chairman in 2017, his focus on social impact initiatives continues, as he remains true to the company’s mission to inspire and nurture the human spirit one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.

 

 

HOWARD SCHULTZ is the executive chairman of Starbucks and a former owner of the Seattle SuperSonics. He was a member of the Board of Directors at Square, Inc., and a co-founder of the investment group, Maveron. 

 

ANDREW ROSS SORKIN is a journalist and financial columnist for the New York Times and co-anchor of  “The Squawk Box” on CNBC. He is also the author of the book, Too Big to Fail. 

Craft Brewing Out East

Craft Brewing Out East

 

A Panel Discussion and tasting with
Vaughn Cutillo, Montauk Brewery Company
Richard Vandenburgh, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company
and Lauri Spitz, Moustache Brewing Company

 

Hosted and moderated by Charles Collins

In the last several years, dozens of microbreweries have opened on Long Island, with some of the best located on the East End. Join us for this panel discussion of the local craft beer boom with three leading East End brewers, as we explore the rapid growth of this new regional industry. After the talk, enjoy a complimentary tasting of each brewery’s offerings in the Library’s courtyard.

 

VAUGHN CUTILLO is head of marketing for the Montauk Brewing Company and a co-founder of the establishment with his friends, Eric Moss and Joe Sullivan.  The company, now in its fifth year, is among the country’s  fastest growing craft breweries.

 

RICHARD VANDENBURGH is a co-founder of Greenport Harbor Brewing Company, having left a career in law to co-found the company with his college friend, John Liegey. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of the New York State Brewers Association since 2013 and is presently in his second term as board secretary. He is also president of the Greenport Village Improvement District and a board member of the Long Island Farm Bureau, the North Fork Promotions Council, and the Greenport American Legion.

 

LAURI SPITZ, with her husband, Matthew, are the co-founders of  the Riverhead-based Moustache Brewing Company, which opened its doors in April of 2014 and expanded last year to a seven barrel brew house, nearly quadrupling the company’s capacity.

 

 

 

 

Big Ideas for Small Gardens

Big Ideas for Small Gardens

Lecture and Garden Tour

 

Illustrated lecture by Charlotte M. Frieze, followed by a tour of  some of East Hampton’s little garden jewels

 

Hosted by Brooke Kroeger and Sara Davison
Please note this lecture will not be taped 
or live-streamed on Facebook.

 

Join us for an illustrated lecture presented by Charlotte M. Frieze, a  noted garden writer, frequent lecturer and artist. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, a member of the New York Botanical Garden Horticultural Committee, and author of Private Paradise, Social Gardens, and The Zone Garden series. The lecture will be followed by a tour of several nearby East Hampton gardens. Tour locations will be announced at the library after the lecture.

Garden selections by Chip Ray and Mark Schryver of Schryver Design
Sponsored by East Hampton Gardens.

 

 

Charlotte M. Frieze,  a noted garden writer, frequent lecturer and artist, was the garden editor at House & Garden magazine for nine years. She is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, and a member of the New York Botanical Garden Horticultural Committee. She is the author of Private Paradise, Social Gardens, and The Zone Garden series. A former resident of New York City and Little Compton, she and her husband, the photographer, filmmaker and publisher, Peter C. Jones, now live in Los Angeles. author photo by Peter C. Jones