“What a beautiful fall! Everything shimmering and golden and all that incredible soft light. . . . Long live the beauty that comes down and through and onto all of us.” If, like us, you’re still a little haunted by Laurie Anderson’s elegant encomium to late husband Lou Reed, here’s your chance to hear more. The performance artist addresses the Buddhist conundrum of ignorance (the greatest impediment to enlightenment, it is said) alongside another master of reality and illusion, writer Neil Gaiman. Even more so than Alec Baldwin and Rosanne Cash, who’ve weighed in at earlier evenings, expect Sandman’s creator, who recently relaunched his genre-reshaping comic after a decade-long hiatus, to have something meaningful to say about how “What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You.”
Fri., Nov. 15, 7 p.m., 2013

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