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Baltimore Open City. "A look at Baltimore as a city -- its difficult history, its current disparities, and the challenges ahead."
How Simon Winchester, author of The Professor and the Madman, became a best-selling historian.

Next Meeting

April 25th at K&K's - Gulliver's Travels

Woo!

Next meeting!

This coming Monday, March 28, at my place. We'll discuss Not In My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City. Bring a snack and a fiction suggestion for next month!

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from InformationIsBeautiful.net

Books everyone should read: "A 'consensus-cloud' of most mentioned titles from various book polls & top 100 lists."

Mar. 7th, 2011

"Alberto Granado, the motorcycle companion of Ernesto Che Guevara, has died in Cuba at the age of 88."

Books!

Those of you who saw me at the book club Christmas party know that I came bearing books ... and walked away with considerably fewer, for which I'm very thankful.

In my continued efforts to divest myself of personal possessions, I've put up most of my books online -- some for free, some for nominal prices.

If I can tempt you with anything, let me know (summerqueen@gmail.com). I can bring anything you'd like to next book club, or meet up with you sooner.

And if you know of good places to make book donations, I'd like to hear about them.

Thanks!

http://bit.ly/efwtvn

Next Meeting!!

The next book is Antero Pietila's Not In My Neighborhood.

At examorata's place on March 28th, a late date due to people moving and exams and stuff.
Same site, but hopefully more parking by next Monday. Not that anyone is reading this community in time but I wanted it on the record. :)

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