Bob Dylan rolled into New York City in January 1961 to immerse himself in the Greenwich Village folk scene and meet Woody Guthrie. By the end of the month, he'd done both and the rest, as they say, is history. Join us for a freewheelin' look at the Village as Dylan would have known it in the early 60s, the late 60s, and onward. We'll pay specific attention to sites associated with his musical career, but also step back and take a wider view of the trends -- historical, cultural, and architectural -- that have shaped NYC over the last 61 years.
All registrants will receive a link to a recording of the talk approximately 24 hours after the live presentation; access to the recording is including your ticket price.
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