With boundless advancements in technology on the horizon, the fate of digital assets after death becomes more pertinent each day. Currently, only nine states have enacted legislation granting specific fiduciary access to digital assets, and only Delaware’s is broad enough to assist all fiduciaries. Suzanne Brown Walsh, one of the drafters of the proposed revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, and Jeffrey Novak, Chief Counsel of Litigation and Compliance and Vice President of Public Policy at AOL, and Linda B.
How well do you know Gotham? To celebrate the opening of our thrilling exhibition Superheroes in Gotham, N-YHS and NYC's premier live trivia company present a superhero-themed game show spectacular! This Comic Con Super Week event features the world's greatest multimedia team trivia on all things superheroes.
How well do you know New York cultural history? To celebrate our groundbreaking retrospective The Hirschfeld Century, N-YHS and NYC's premier live trivia company present a Broadway-themed game show spectacular! This edition features the world's greatest multimedia team trivia on all things Broadway: plays, musicals, hits, and flops. Win big prizes and big glory! Jump into the Lightning Round, the Buzzertastic Finale, and earn Smart-Ass Points for wrong but funny answers.
Join us in exploring highlights from New-York Historical Society’s rich painting collections with paper and pencil in hand! On Friday nights from Dec. 5th, 2014 to Feb. 6th, 2015, the New-York Historical Society will be offering the opportunity to sketch in the gallery of The Works: Salon Style at the New-York Historical Society between 6-8pm. Allow yourself to be immersed in works of art that span 4oo years of American history, and create an inspired drawing of your own.
Prepare yourselves, history geniuses: NYC’s own live game show spectacular, the Big Quiz Thing, will present a multimedia live trivia game show for history buffs, in celebration of Presidents Day at the New-York Historical Society. Gather a team of friends—or join on site—and win excellent prizes and glory! For more on the Big Quiz Thing, visit bigquizthing.com.
Some of the world’s greatest innovations were accidents. Some were based on mistakes. Few of them were the work of solitary geniuses or individual inventors; not the light bulb, not the telephone, not the printing press, and definitely not the computer. Innovations like the computer and the internet are far more likely to result from collaboration. And that is the story chronicled by Walter Isaacson in The Innovators.
From 5–6:45 pm, join us for fresh, original dishes from our limited-time noodle menu designed by chefs from Stephen STARR, nationally renowned for restaurants such as Buddakan, Morimoto, El Vez, and Caffè Storico. Enjoy a noodle-entrée and a Chinese-inspired cocktail or other beverage in the New-York Historical Society's Robert H. and Clarice Smith New York Gallery of American History, then enjoy a special viewing of Chinese American: Inclusion/Exclusion.