Join us in NYC for a special Slow Burn live show. Host Leon Neyfakh leads a conversation with journalist Bob Woodward, whose groundbreaking investigation into Watergate for the Washington Post won the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service, Mary DeOreo and Marc Lackritz, who worked on the investigative staff of the Senate Watergate Committee as the hearings captivated the nation, award-winning author Gail Sheehy, and contributing editor at WIRED and cohost of Slate’s Trumpcast Virginia Heffernan.
Since the launch of Slate’s hit podcast docuseries Slow Burn, it has risen to the top of the iTunes charts. The story of Watergate, the scandal that brought down a president, has struck a chord with listeners and garnered praise from pundits and media outlets throughout the country. Now, joined by some of the most prominent actors involved in uncovering and reporting on the Watergate scandal, we are headed to Baruch College Performing Arts Center for a live conversation about the role of the media, Congress, and the public in watching and eventually addressing the corruption coming from the White House.
Come see this remarkable group discuss one of the biggest and most timely stories in American politics. The conversation will start at 7 pm.
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Baruch Performing Arts Center, 17 Lexington Ave, New York, NY