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Geeking Out

August 25, 2010

September 16th: The Anatomy of the Big Apple

On Thursday, September 16th, we'll be hosting a very special Geeking Out devoted to the inner workings of New York City. The evening will feature Benjamin Kabak (Gelf interview), author of popular subway blog Second Avenue Sagas discussing the MTA; Sharon Zukin (Gelf interview), author of Naked City: The Death and Life of Authentic Urban Places, on gentrification; and Charles Komanoff (Gelf interview), creator of the Balanced Transportation Analyzer, discussing how to optimize the city's transportation network. Please spread the word and bring your friends.

Geeking Out will be held Thursday, September 16th, at 7:30 pm (doors open at 7:00 pm) at the Jan Larsen Art Studios on 63 Pearl St in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. There is no admission charge, though your voluntary contribution will help defray the costs for this and other great Gelf events. Drinks will be available. Please spread the word and bring your friends.

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Graphic by Mister Lister.

For those who prefer spacing with their details:

Jan Larsen Art Studios (Google Maps, Outside.In, JLA site)
63 Pearl St (between Water St. and Front St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Next to the F train. Close to the A,C. Accessible by the 2,3.

Doors open at 7:00.
Event starts at 7:30.
There is no admission charge, though your voluntary contribution will help defray the costs for this and other great Gelf events.

Visit reBar, around the corner, afterward; attendees of Geeking Out and other Gelf events get discounts on food and drink.

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