In addition to its radio and online programming, New York Public Radio engages audiences in person at The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, the station’s street-level, state-of-the-art broadcast studio and performance venue. The Greene Space is host to an exciting and wide-ranging line-up, including live broadcasts and tapings of WNYC programs, concerts and festivals from WQXR, audio theater, literary readings, art exhibits, political debates, symposia, and town hall meetings. To give a flavor of the variety of the fare, among the events staged at the Greene Space are a conversation with Cornel West and Eddie Glaude Jr. on the state of politics, a film screening and conversation with Sting and Trudie Styler, and the Battle of the Boroughs, a search for the best emerging talent in New York City.