PLEASE NOTE: Reserved seats/reception tickets for this presentation are SOLD OUT.
Free seating is still available, and will be available on a first-come, first served basis. We strongly recommend arriving early! Doors will open at 5:30pm.
Reserved seats will only be held 5:50pm, and will be released to the general public after.
The New News: Fact, Fiction or Spin?
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and commentator
Free presentation. Limited seating capacity. First come, first served.
Friday, March 22, 6pm, Doors open at 5:30pm.
Introduction by Clayton Lopez, Key West City Commissioner
Mr. Robinson explores the seeming elusiveness of “truth” in the media and its competing interpretations of “fact.” “How can we reach any kind of political consensus if we cannot agree on what happened yesterday, or what its impacts are today?”
Eugene Robinson is a columnist and associate editor of The Washington Post and a commentator for MSNBC. His twice weekly column on The Post’s Op-Ed page was launched in February 2005, and within a year it was being syndicated to more than 130 newspapers.
Robinson’s essays on politics, culture and events have helped shape the debate on issues such as the war in Iraq, the limits of presidential power and the rebuilding of the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast. He is a regular commentator on NBC’s award-winning “Meet the Press” and also appears frequently on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” “Morning Joe” and “The Rachel Maddow Show,” and has been a regular contributor to the network’s political coverage. In 2009, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary – honored for columns he wrote about the presidential campaign and the election of President Barack Obama.
Sponsored by Keynoter
After the Lecture – Meet and Greet Mr. Eugene Robinson
Time: 7:30 pm
Tickets: $45 per person. Limited tickets available – Only 75 tickets sold and include guaranteed reserved seats at the presentation (which will surely be “sold out”!).
Tickets available here.
Location: At the wonderful grounds of Kitty & Tom Clements home at 1025 Fleming Street.
Get “up close and personal” with Pulitzer prize winning author and television commentator, Eugene Robinson.
Reception includes drinks and delicious hors d’oevres from Café Sole.