92nd Street Y Broadcast Series
Temple Sinai and its partners invite you to gather with friends, neighbors and colleagues for remarkable broadcasts from the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan – challenging, enlightening, edifying “big screen” productions, not available on cable. From the heart of Squirrel Hill, you can watch, listen, discuss and learn…
With a cup of coffee and a nosh in hand, sit back and be inspired. View the Season Nine schedule.
For the cost of a movie and a snack, you can stimulate your intellect and be a part of a national community of adult learners. Live from NY’s 92nd Street Y! is an affordable way to enjoy world-class presentations available in Pittsburgh only at Temple Sinai. Live from NY’s 92nd Street Y! Broadcasts are a collaborative project of Temple Sinai, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, the JCC of Greater Pittsburgh, Hillel-JUC, J’Burgh, Community Day School, Rodef Shalom Congregation, Congregation Beth Shalom, Young Peoples Congregation, Temple Emanuel, Temple David, Parkway Jewish Center and Sixth Presbyterian Church.
Broadcasts are presented on a large projection screen in the Falk Auditorium of Temple Sinai. Guests are welcomed with refreshments. Forty-five minutes prior to the broadcast, a local text study/discussion takes place about the subject at hand. Guests have the opportunity to e-mail questions to the New York presenter in hopes of getting a live response. Following the broadcast, guests are welcomed to stay and discuss the presentation.
Temple Sinai is the exclusive Pittsburgh area provider of live satellite broadcasts from the acclaimed 92nd Street Y of New York City. Founded in 1874 by a group of visionary Jewish leaders, the 92nd Street Y has grown into a wide-ranging cultural and community center serving people of all races, faiths and backgrounds. The 92nd Street Y’s mission is to enrich the lives of the over 300,000 people who visit each year — both in person and through Live from NY’s 92nd Street Y! broadcast program. This program uses satellite technology to simultaneously broadcast the Y’s renowned educational and cultural programming to community organizations across America.