New York on Film: “CURED” Screening and Conversation
The post-screening conversation is between activists Reverend Magora Kennedy, Jack Drescher, MD and Charles Kaiser.
New York’s Design Experts Discuss the Architecture of Art and Performance
The conversation will conclude with a brief Q&A session and will be followed by a networking reception.
Last Women’s Breakfast of the Season Tackles NYC Salary Transparency Law
The discussion highlighted successes as well as obstacles in the fight for gender and racial pay parity.
Ask the Expert: Communicating Change 101 With Caitlin Harper
How you message organizational change can have a huge impact on your company culture.
Women’s Breakfast: Talking Salary Transparency
On April 25, dig into the impact of New York’s salary transparency legislation.
New York on Film: “The Taking of Pelham One Two Three” With Jason Bailey and Amy Plitt
In New York City, Mr. Blue (Robert Shaw) and his gang of ruthless mercenaries hijack a subway car and hold 18 passengers hostage for a million-dollar...
LM Live Recap: Women’s Breakfast Tackles the Romance Heroine
Romance novels written by women for women have existed for centuries — from Jane Austen to the spicy mid-century bodice-ripper to today’s diverse...
Women’s Breakfast (for Dinner): The Power of the Romance Heroine
Romance novels have historically been written by women, for women and about women. The genre has gone through many iterations over time, from the...
New York on Film: “Man on Wire” Screening With Philippe Petit and Elizabeth Streb
The iconic image is seared into our brains: a man, dressed in black, carrying a horizontal pole, balances precariously on a wire strung between the...
Ask the Expert: Deanna Ting of Resy
Some call it the death of spontaneity. The type-As among us call it a godsend. Whether you're a skeptic or a fan, there’s no denying that Resy has...