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Book Discussion July 24 | Hunter College. A conversation with William Dobson, author of the recent book, The Dictator’s Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy. Dobson will be joined by Roosevelt House Interim Director Jonathan Fanton.
Hitchcock Classic: ‘Torn Curtain’ July 24 | Lehman College
Lehman Stages and Emerging Pictures present Hi-Def Hitch: 8 Hitchcock Classics on the Big Screen for the First Time in High Definition! “Torn Curtain” (1966) was Alfred Hitchcock’s 50th film and signals a return to the espionage-romance theme the director showcased in such films as “Secret Agent” and “The Man Who Knew Too Much.
Tango Championships July 26 | Baruch College. USA tango championships and Celebrate Tango show
IATI Theater: Todo Vanguardia July 26 to Aug. 12?
International Theater Arts Institute presents Theater Todo Vanguardia, featuring contemporary new works by Latin artists.
Hip Hop Legends Awards July 27 | Baruch College
Honoring great hip hop legends from the 1970s to the present.
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