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Binah.160721.Popova

Maria Popova talks about her wildly popular blog BrainPickings, once described as "walking into the Museum of Modern Art and having somebody give you a customized, guided tour," in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

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Binah.160714.Tigay

Journalist Chanan Tigay examines the world's most notorious biblical forgery and the mysterious death of its infamous perpetrator, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

Binah.160714.Tigay

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Binah.160707.Tippett

Krista Tippett, producer and host of the public radio program and podcast On Being, talks about her new book Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

Binah.160707.Tippett

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Binah.160630.Mukherjee

Cancer physician and researcher Siddhartha Mukherjee ponders the human condition when we learn how to "read" and "write" our own genetic information, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

Binah.160630.Mukherjee

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Binah.160623.Perel

Psychotherapist Esther Perel offers personal and professional insights behind human interaction in modern sexual relationships, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

Binah.160623.Perel

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Binah.160616.Stephens-Davidowitz.mp3

Data scientist Seth Stephens-Davidowitz explains the differences between what we tell people about our sex lives and what our Google searches reveal, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

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Binah.160609.Scott

Jonathan and Drew Scott of HGTV's Property Brothers discuss some of the better practices and pitfalls in real estate and house renovation, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

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Binah.160602.Miller

Zen Hospice Project's BJ Miller talks about embracing death not as a medical event but rather as a universally shared life experience, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

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Binah.160526.Prause

Neuroscientist and sexual psychophysiologist Nicole Prause talks about fixing the inadequate state of research into women's sexuality, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

Binah.160526.Prause

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Binah.160519.Huffington

Media mogul Arianna Huffington takes a scientific and personal look at how vital sleep is to our health, happiness and productivity, in front of a live audience at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco.

Binah.160519.Huffington

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