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« Week of June 11, 2012 »
Start: 7:00 pm

Want to bring healthy, local foods into your kitchen, and stay on-budget too. Local chef Julia Shanks shares tips and cooks up a few treats from her new cookbook. For everyone from the greenhorn green-thumb to the longtime locavore, The Farmer's Kitchen is the essential guide to getting the most out of the delectable summer markets.

Start: 7:00 pm

The master of historical espionage, Alan Furst (Night Soldiers, Spies of the Balkans) returns to the Booksmith with a new novel of intrigue in Paris on the brink of WWII. When Nazi spies target an American film star in Paris, it launches a chain reaction of secret agents on both sides in a silent, but no less dangerous, presage to the war that will soon rage across Europe.

Start: 7:00 pm

The Editor of Smith Magazine Larry Smith (Not Quite What I Was Planning, Six Word Memoirs) joins us to share a new collection of bite-sized real-life stories from 125 writers and artists about the chances, coincidence, and catastrophes that changed their lives forever.

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