The email service that has become an indispensable resource for close to 200,000 subscribers (almost all artists) in 70 countries is the subject of a talk this Friday at New York City’s 92Y. The Listings Project, for those who know and use it, is a very beloved resource that many swear by to find affordable housing options in New York, but it’s more than that too.
This Friday, October 4, at 7 pm, founder Stephanie Diamond will be doing a Q&A with the Listings Project team. So here’s your chance to have your questions answered about this unique weekly email that began 17 years ago and continues to scrupulously vet each posting on their service to ensure they’re completely legit.
When: Friday, October 4, 7 pm ($29 admission)
Where: 92Y (1395 Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street, Upper East Side, Manhattan)
More info at 92Y
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