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Reasonable New York Winter Solstice Party

Celebrate the solstice in style with Reasonable NY!


When: December 21 @ 6PM

Where: 49 Grove (49 Grove Street, between Christopher Street and 7th Avenue)

NYC Skeptics invites you to join your fellow critical thinkers at the Reasonable New York  Winter Solstice Party! The festivities will take place at 49 Grove, one of the hippest party venues in New York. So join us this year to celebrate the winter solstice in style. Looking forward to seeing you there!


NYC Skeptics Supports Victims of Typhoon Haiyan

New York City Skeptics joins other secular organizations in expressing our sorrow and sympathy for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

The storm's death toll currently reaches into the thousands, and hundreds of thousands are without food, fresh water, or shelter.

We encourage all of our members and supporters to contribute to the humanist relief drive or to their charity of choice

Remember, even small amounts can make a big difference!

Please CLICK HERE to donate.


Rationally Speaking Live Episode 100: Massimo and Julia Answer Everything

Rationally Speaking Live Episode 100: Massimo and Julia Answer Everything

When: Saturday October 26, 2013 @ 2PM

Where: Jefferson Market Library, 425 Ave of the Americas at 10th Street

Join us for a very special live taping of the Rationally Speaking podcast to celebrate our 100th episode! By now Julia and Massimo have explored topics ranging from “why be rational?” (episode 1) to “is anthropology (still) a science?” (episode 26), from “spirituality” (episode 55) to “Bad Pharma” (episode 84).

We have had a number of exciting guests, including Neil deGrasse Tyson (episode 5), Eugenie Scott (episodes 11 & 49), Steve Novella (episode 22), Rebecca Goldstein (episode 45), Patricia Churchland (episode 62), Chris Mooney (episode 79), Mario Livio (episode 88), and Paul Offit (episode 92), among many, many others.

So, now we feel that we area ready to answer everything, or at least to try. The show will feature a full hour of audience Q’s and Julia & Massimo’s A’s. Any topic in science, philosophy and the borderlands between the two will be fair game. Push us to think on our feet, and perhaps to admit our ignorance on stage! It’s going to be a fun, interactive afternoon to celebrate the podcast’s milestone.

And don’t forget to stick around after the show: there will be a social at a nearby watering hole, where you can mingle with the Rationally Speaking crew, members of NYC Skeptics, and fellow critical thinkers!