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The Bell House, Gowanus Tuesday July 14 2015
The Bell House is keepin’ it cerebral with a brainy lecture from Jeremy Kasdin, principal investigator for the “Exo-Starshade” project with NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration Program, who'll talk about its recent discoveries and if there are any planets so far that humans could inhabit. During the talk, drink wet-wired cocktails fit for the nerdiest of New Yorkers. Then stay tuned for neuro-driven beats after the Q&A.
Venue name: The Bell House
Address: 149 7th St
Cross street: between Second and Third Aves
Transport: Subway: F, G, N, R to Fourth Ave–9th St
Price: Free

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Hatty H

This event was poorly planned, overbooked, and woefully executed. Must try harder, Secret Science Club. There was hardly room to fit half the people that showed up, standing in multiple lines to stamp this and scan that was reminiscent of the adversarial futility of dealing with the DMV and the taxidermy on display was laughably bad. People literally brought taxidermy they'd bought in a store to show off. This might have worked as a gallery event where you could walk and mingle amongst taxidermy displays. As a ticketed on-stage-speaker event is was an infuriating bore.