by Wendy Strgar March 02, 2013
We spend up to a third of our lives sleeping and yet the world of sleep, how it works, what happens in our brains while asleep remains a mysterious and compelling aspect of what it is to be human. David Randall, reporter and journalist dives deep into the mystery of sleep after his own sleepwalking adventure and gives us a robust tour of the world inside your head while you are sleeping. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear him describe his research and discoveries in his New York times best seller, Dreamland. You’ll never look at your pillow the same way again and you will probably want to spend more time there….
David K. Randall is a senior reporter at Reuters. He has previously written for The New York Times, New York magazine, Forbes, and the Associated Press, covering topics ranging from financial fraud to a unicycle club that meets at Grant’s Tomb. He is an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University and lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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I remember one of the fathers of a little girl on a soccer team I was coaching years ago who came out to me and told me he was going to go through a transgender process. We were friends, so I was able to ask him about his motivations to go through the painful and expensive process. He said he wanted to finally look how he felt.