Son of Brooklyn and Democratic presidential hopeful (make that extremely hopeful) Bernie Sanders is back in New York City today. He'll be giving a speech at Town Hall—which is open to the public (RSVPs here)—tonight and the subject is, "Where We Go From Here."

Two weeks ago, Hillary Clinton claimed victory as the Democrat to beat, after securing Super Tuesday wins in California, New Jersey, South Dakota and New Mexico. Yesterday, Sanders admitted in an interview with CSPAN, "It doesn’t appear that I’m going to be the nominee, so I’m not going to be determining the scope of the convention... What our job is now is to have her listen to what millions of people in this country who supported me want to see happen. We’ll see how that evolves."

From the NY Times:

Mr. Sanders did not acknowledge that Mrs. Clinton was going to leave the convention as the nominee, or that she would become the first woman presidential nominee of a major party. He did say she was “very, very intelligent” and has faced challenges, but he focused mainly on their policy differences.

“She has clearly had to fight her way through a lot of sexism and unfair attacks over the years,” he said. “But there are areas where we have strong disagreements. She is more or less an establishment Democrat. It’s kind of hard to deny that. And I think we’ve got to move beyond that.”

Tonight's event at Town Hall is free and open to the public—here's the RSVP page; the Sanders campaign says "RSVPs are strongly encouraged. Admission is first come, first served. Public entrance through the 43rd St Main doors."

Also, here's the drill: "For security reasons, please do not bring bags and limit what you bring to small, personal items like keys and cell phones. Weapons, sharp objects, chairs, and signs or banners on sticks will not be allowed through security. Street parking is available. Taking public transit is strongly encouraged. Use the Bryant Park stop for B, D, F, or M trains and Times Square subway stops on the Q, N, R, A, C, E, 1, 2, or 3 lines."