SciAm editors invite all to attend the World Science Festival in New York City, from May 28 to June 1. The festival takes place throughout New York, from a beach in Queens to the Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan. Five days of readings, debates, and adventures surrounding the beauty and awe of science. [Alan Alda, Bunsen Honeydew and Brian Greene, co-hosts of the World Science Festival. Image Â© Chris Lee] Click here to read more about the opening of what intends to be an annual event. And check out all events here. Join neuroscientist Oliver Sacks as he and the Abyssinian Baptist Choir explain the uplifting power of music. Give your family the ultimate adventure, by sleeping over at the Rubin Museum of Art and learning about the science of mountaineering. Join the discussion about the compatibility of science and faith at the Kimmel Center for University Life. If you attend any event, SciAm editors would like to hear from you. Please send us your impressions, reviews, and photos. HOW TO SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS: Create an account by logging in, the "log in" button is on the upper right hand side of this page. Then, you can set up a blog to share your opinions. It doesn't have to be anything long, just your honest reactions to the things you see and hear "“ and we'll highlight selected posts on the SciAm homepage. We look forward to reading your pieces! -- Edited by Christie Nicholson at 05/23/2008 10:06 AM
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