Need something to do this week? I think we have you covered. All events are at Boswell, unless otherwise specified.
What more do you say after a title like that? Jason really enjoyed this, as did Jim Higgins of the Journal Sentinel, noting "(Algeo) mixes narrative and context smoothly, and keeps speculation minimal." Read the rest of the review here.
Tuesday, May 10, 4 pm, at the Urban Ecology Center:
Mark Kurlansky, author of A World Without Fish
Tuesday, May 10, 7 pm:
Ellen Meeropol, author of novel House Arrest
June Skinner Sawyers, author of Bob Dylan: New York.
Geraldine Brooks, author of Caleb's Crossing.
Saturday, May 14, 2 pm:
If you need to be inspired this summer, why not visit:
–Alice's Restaurant Church, the namesake of Arlo Guthrie's song protesting the draft.
–The former camera shop where Harvey Milk launched his campaign to become America's first openly gay elected official.
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