Tuesday Jan.17th Word Books presents High Notes
Join Gay Talese for a celebration of his newest book, High Notes 7-10pm
Selections from six decades of the illustrious career of Gay Talese, one of the most important nonfiction writers of our time, with an introduction by Lee Gutkind. An RSVP on Facebook is encouraged, but not required. Seating and standing room will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Wednesday Jan. 18th Get Found on Google Seminar at IndieGrove
Lunch & Learn with at IndieGrove: “Local SEO: How To Get Found On Google.” Michael Tesalona, the owner of Bradford & Crabtree will lead us through the discussion.
Wednesday Jan. 18th Live Music at The Archer
It’s Blue Grass Wednesday. The band kicks off at 7:30pm.
Friday Jan. 20th Porta present PIZZA SAVES!
This Friday order a PS pie and pay what you wish & 100% of the proceeds with go to the David Lynch foundation. Don’t miss the guided meditation in the Monk room at 5:30pm.
Thursday Jan. 19th Painting at Cork & Canvas 7-9pm
Looking for a fun night? Try your hand at painting this fabulous Brooklyn Bridge Scene at Cork and Canvas! $30 a seat and you are welcome to BYOB. Sign up here: Cork & Canvas
Join author M. Earl Smith for a reading of his new book Little Karl at 11am.
In this colorfully illustrated book, the core thoughts of Marxist theory are presented through the voice of a young Karl Marx, allowing a new generation to explore Marx’s concepts without preconceived fears and allowing readers of any age to understand Marxist thought.
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