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Episode 7 : 03.12.2018

Isaac Mizrahi

Fashion icon, cabaret artist and fabulous story teller, the irrepressible Isaac Mizrahi hosted a gaggle of NY’s most talented in the last episode of In Your Face — New York. On stage with him, ukulele in hand, were New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast and her uke playing pal, the New Yorker writer Patricia Marx. “Wait, Wait — Don’t Tell Me” panelist and CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Mo Rocca teamed up with Isaac for a duet. Author of “How to Be Black,” Baratunde Thurston spoke about what it is to live in a “temporarily black neighborhood.” And world-renowned fragrance creator (a “nose” to those in the know) Ann Gottlieb explored the smells of New York. Patricia Volk’s memoir “Stuffed” was an NY Times Best-Seller. She contributed chapter 3 of our serialized novella, “Author to Come.” Jazz legend Jay Leonhart led the amazing 1-Train Band.

Isaac Mizrahi
Roz Chast, Patricia Marx, Mo Rocca, and more

Segments from the episode:

In Your Face New York Theme Carolyn Leonhart
Welcome Isaac Mizrahi
I’ll Plant My Own Tree Isaac Mizrahi
The Smells of New York Ann Gottlieb and Isaac Mizrahi
Weirde Trøll La Tanya Hall and Larry D. Hylton
Author to Come Chapter III Patricia Volk
A Doodlin’ Song Isaac MIzrahi
Ukular Meltdown Roz Chast & Patricia Marx
My Temporarily Black Neighborhood Baratunde Thurston
Discount Mediator Andrew Rein, Kathryn Markey, Amanda Ryan Paige, Eli Ganias
Don’t You Wish Jay Leonhart and the 1-Train Band
The In Your Face—New York Quiz Isaac Mizrahi and Cristina Cote
New York’s My Home Mo Rocca & Isaac Mizrahi
Heart of Glass Isaac Mizrahi
In Your Face New York Theme Carolyn Leonhart
Welcome Isaac Mizrahi
I’ll Plant My Own Tree Isaac Mizrahi
The Smells of New York Ann Gottlieb and Isaac Mizrahi
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