Randy Cohen Teaches Us How to Be Good
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The last date listed for Randy Cohen Teaches Us How to Be Good was Saturday November 19, 2005 / 8:00pm.
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Mexican folk music heats up in the hands of Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, an ensemble of world-class musicians presenting a festive repertoire of rhythms, dance and vocals. With a history of showmanship going back more than 100 years, Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán performs popular regional styles such as the waltz, polka and huapango with an interactive flair, engaging the crowd with sing-alongs and spontaneous "gritos" -- the Mexican version of "yahoo!" But above all, their music takes center stage, as the boisterous band thrills with heart-wrenching vocals, virtuosic instrumentation and tight-knit ensemble work. Learn More
Is it ethical to make a copy of a friend’s DVD? To ignore your school’s honor code? How much is a cat’s life worth in the face of mounting veterinarian bills? Ask Randy Cohen, writer of “The Ethicist,” a weekly column—and reader favorite—in the Sunday New York Times Magazine. Author of The Good, the Bad and the Difference, and a five-time Emmy Award winner for his writing on television programs including Late Night With David Letterman and TV Nation, Cohen will discuss his column, offering a general approach to everyday ethics, and fielding audience questions about traversing the ethical slalom of our everyday lives.
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