Smithsonian Screenings: Blondie’s New York

Movie night!  Enjoy free online screenings of fascinating Smithsonian Channel documentaries that explore music, pop culture, history, and civil rights, courtesy of Snug Harbor’s Smithsonian Affiliation.  After the screening, stick around the Zoom for a live discussion.

All screenings are from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Admission: Free

You’ll be sent a confirmation email with a link to the Zoom screening upon registration.  Check your spam if you don’t see it within 24 hours! 

Blondie’s New York: In the span of just a few years, Blondie went from a band fighting for punk cred at CBGB to international superstardom, thanks in large part to one album: Parallel Lines. What was the secret behind its success? How did it all come together…and nearly fall apart? Enter the recording studio with Blondie’s frontwoman and namesake, Debbie Harry, the rest of the band, and producer Mike Chapman. Their conversations reveal the real stories behind iconic hits like “Heart of Glass” and “One Way or Another” and how they launched punk music into the mainstream.