In Conversation with Jake Tapper
Al Franken, Giant of the Senate, by the U.S. Senator from Minnesota and #1 New York Times bestselling author, is a book about an award-winning comedian who decided to run for office and then discovered why award-winning comedians tend not to do that.
In Conversation with David Brooks
In Dream Hoarders, the Brookings Institution fellow argues that the real class divide is not between the upper class and the upper middle class: it is between the upper middle class and everyone else.
The Atlantic’s Graeme Wood—author of “His Kampf,” an article in The Atlantic’s June issue about Richard Spencer, leader of the alt-right movement, who happens to be Graeme’s high school classmate— White House Correspondent Rosie Gray, and Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg discuss the future of the movement in the era of Trump and what it means for our country, our allies, and our democracy going forward.
From the National Book Award-winning author of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian comes You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, a powerful account of the author’s difficult childhood and complicated relationship with his mother, who was an alcoholic.
In Conversation with Mikaela Lefrak
The New York Times bestseller Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties (originally published in 1996) is the financial bible for young people, laying out in simple, no-nonsense terms, exactly what they need to know.
In Conversation with Daniel Jones
What really makes love last? Authors and contributors to the New York Times “Modern Love” column Mandy Len Catron and Ada Calhoun offer their takes in a lovely conversation.
- Jun 29, 2017 • 7:00 pm
1 ticket + Mandy Len Catron book: $28
1 ticket + Ada Calhoun book: $28
2 tickets + Mandy Len Catron book: $35
2 tickets + Ada Calhoun book: $35
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