UR Authors: The History of the Hudson Valley with David Levine

Thursday, February 4, 2021 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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You’re invited to explore the fascinating history of New York’s Hudson Valley with author David Levine ’80, P’23. In an interview led by Sherry Finkel Murphy ’81, David will discuss the region’s most important and interesting people, places, and events. Often witty, sometimes personal, and always entertaining, David’s collection of essays offers a unique look at everything from the area’s dinosaurs to the rise of craft beer pubs. A participant Q&A will follow the discussion.

Levine is a freelance writer and editor. He is the author, co-author, or ghostwriter of six sports books, including Life on the Rim (Macmillan) and In the Land of Giants (Little, Brown). He writes about everything from history and business to beer and whiskey as a contributing writer for Hudson Valley, Westchester, and 914INC. magazines. He has written about health and medicine, law, business, and sports for many publications, including theNew York Times, Sports Illustrated, U.S. News and World Report, American Heritage, Governing, New York Daily News Sunday Magazine, and dozens of other publications, and his work has been selected for two editions of Best Sports Stories

His book, The Hudson Valley: The First 250 Million Years, through Indiebound, on Amazon, the University of Rochester’s campus Barnes & Noble, or by supporting your favorite local bookshop.

Attendees, please register in advance. If you have a question you would like to ask David, please include it on your registration form. A link to join the event will be shared in your email confirmation.

A special thank you to the leaders of the Albany Network for coordinating this event. 

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