Reading the December 5, 2016 New Yorker -- Jerry Breakstone
Due to popular demand, Jerry Breakstone has agreed to host another session of Reading the New Yorker. This time participants will be discussing articles from the December 5, 2016 issue of the New Yorker, so the class will be different from the class held in September.
For nearly a century The New Yorker has been treating its readers to a weekly feast of cartoons, poetry, short fiction, and hard-hitting investigative journalism.
Join other LLCC members as we read and discuss the most current issue of The New Yorker, starting with the cartoons. Well then break into small groups to focus on pieces of shared interest, and finally come back together to address the most compelling questions that have emerged. In the process well have fun getting to know The New Yorker, each other, and ourselves.
Jerry Breakstone has participated in numerous Reading the New Yorker classes in the Lifelong Learning Institute program at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Previously he was a practicing architect and taught in the Schools of Architecture at Cal Poly and Washington University. Currently he is a practicing psychotherapist.
Thursday, December 15. 2016, 1:00pm- 3:00pm KCBX in SLO
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