Women From the Ankle Down: The Story of Shoes and How They Define Us -- Author Book Discussion
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They made economics fascinating -- and even fun -- in their New York Times bestseller Freakonomics, and now award-winning economist Steven Levitt and journalist and author Stephen Dubner want to teach you how to Think Like a Freak. Join the dynamic duo, hosts of the popular Freakonomics Radio podcast, as they bring their shared talents for exposing the hidden side of just about everything to the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue. In Think Like a Freak, Levitt and Dubner teach about thinking more productively, more rationally and more creatively. Copies of the new book will be available for purchase at the event. Learn More
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Bergstein’s work has appeared in Flashquake, Fresh Yarn, Running with Heels, The Awl, Slice, Bloomberg View, WSJ Speakeasy, SlateDoubleX and The Dirty Durty Diary. She lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with her husband and her growing shoe collection.
You may bring donations of new or gently used shoes to benefit Bread for the City.