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« Week of October 17, 2011 »
Start: 7:00 pm

Former writer for The Washington Post and The Boston Herald Saul Wisnia unveils his beautiful new book celebrating baseball's #1 shrine, with photographs and behind-the-scenes writings on a century of greatness and the Green Monster.

Start: 7:00 pm

NYT best-selling author and award-winning blogger Pearl-McPhee (Yarn Harlot, Free-Range Knitter) spins more yarns about knitting, parenting, friendship, and—gasp!—even crocheting in her tender, funny, and ripping-good third collection of essays.

Start: 7:00 pm

Launch party! Join us as we break the seal on Steve Almond's most ambitious collection of stories yet, featuring characters on the outskirts of the American dream. The author of such books as The Evil B.B. Chow, (Not That You Asked), and Rock and Roll Will Save Your Life, Steve Almond has had work featured in the Best American and Pushcart Prize collections as well as such magazines as Tin House and Zoetrope.

Start: 6:00 pm

At the Coolidge Corner Theatre. Tickets SOLD OUT!

One of our most beloved writers, Bill Bryson (A Walk in the Woods, A Short History of Nearly Everything) turns his curious eye on the modern home and unearths 10,000 years of quirky history in his wandering from room to room. Join us at the Coolidge as he discusses the fascinating stories behind our shelters.

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