Events

The Sopranos Sessions

with co-author Alan Sepinwall

Tuesday, January 22 — 7:30 pm

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the show’s debut, Sepinwall and Seitz have reunited to produce The Sopranos Sessions, a collection of recaps, conversations, and critical essays covering every episode. Featuring a series of new long-form interviews with series creator David Chase, as well as selections from the authors’ archival writing on the series.

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Francis, The People’s Pope

with author and illustrator Ted Rall

Thursday, January 24 — 7:30 pm

Culminating his bestselling series of graphic biographies (Snowden, New York Times Graphic Books Bestseller Bernie, and Trump), Ted Rall’s Francis presents the life, ideas, and political impact of the most progressive spiritual leader the world’s Roman Catholics have had since Jesus Christ himself. And just in time too!

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I Am Not a Fox

with author Karina Wolf

Saturday, January 26 — 11:00 am

When Luca first arrives at the dog park, the other dogs turn him away. “You’re not a dog,” they say, “You’re a fox.” But . . . Luca likes to chase cats. He likes to yip at mailmen. And he likes sniff other dogs you-know-where. Still, Luca has to admit, he doesn’t look like the other dogs. So . . . he must be a fox, right?

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Killing Journalism

with author Joe Strupp

Saturday, January 26 — 4:00 pm

For twenty years, Joe Strupp reported on the journalism industry for Media Matters and Editor & Publisher magazine. Now, in his groundbreaking book Killing Journalism, Strupp lays out decades of history, expert reporting and insider knowledge in a must-read overview of the state of journalism, past and present, and what the industry must do to survive.

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Fat Nation

with author Jonathan Engel

Thursday, January 31 — 7:30 pm

The diet and weight-loss industry is worth $66 billion. The estimated annual health care costs of obesity-related illness are 190 billion or nearly 21% of annual medical spending in the United States. But how did we get here? Is this a battle we can’t win? What changes need to be made in order to scale back the incidence of obesity in the US, and, indeed, around the world?

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