Bob Mankoff, Cartoon Editor of the New Yorker, will speak at the Museum of the City of New York tonight at 6:30. The talk, titled, "New Yorker Cartoons Past, Present and Future with Bob Mankoff," should be a great evening of cartoons and laughter. There's still time to buy tickets at the museum's website: www.mcny.org. I plan to be there.
Also, the New Yorker Festival, an annual event, features three days of interviews, film screenings, panel discussions and book signings. Topics include: politics, art, music, books, film, TV, theater, comedy and current events. This year's festival is scheduled for Oct. 7-9. For more information and a complete list of events go to the magazine's website, www.newyorker.com and click on "Festival."
Other than that, I spend my days reading and writing. Any comments, you can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great day!