Friday, April 12, 2019

Free Intellectual and Cultural Events for the week beginning Saturday, April 13

That's it for awhile.  I must take a break for awhile - and possibly a LONG while.  At 93 it has gotten to be a bit much, and I'll see if there might be a successor.  Particularly among you who read this without any publicity.  For a younger person it could be easy and fun - in addition to making a real contribution to many in the DC area.  We will see. Please contact me in the comments below - orpersonally here at The Kennedy Warren.

April
13 - Saturday
Booktalk: Iona Purnell A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story of the American Spy Who Helped Win WWII – Politics and Prose - Connecticut Ave. P and P – 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Booktalk: Cass R. Sunstein – How Change Happens – P and P – 6 PM – 7 PM

Concert: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Ensemble performs a Tribute to Scott Joplin – Coolidge Auditorium – Jefferson Building – Library of Congress – 2 PM – 4 PM

14 - Sunday
Film: Gray House – Washington premier documentary by Austin Jack Lynch and Matthew Booth shifting between the natural world and architectural spaces – 2017 – 75 minutes – National Gallery of Art – East Building – 4 PM

Booktalk: Reae Hundt. – A Crisis Wasted: Barack Obama's Defining Decisions Politics and Prose – 1 PM – 2 PM

Concert: East Coast Chamber Orchestra – West Building – West Garden – National Gallery of Art – 3:30 PM
15 - Monday
Book talk: Emily Brazelon – Charge: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and Mass Incarceration – in conversation with Hanna Rosin – P and P – 7 PM

16 - Tuesday
Booktalk: Judith Viorst – Nearing Ninety: And Other Comedies of  Late Life – P and P – 7 PM 

  Wednesday
Booktalk: Tyler Cowen – Big Business: A Love Letter to an American anti-– Hero – in conversation with Edward Luce – P\ & P 7 PM
18 - Thursday
Concert: Chamber music Society of Lincoln Center – Coolidge Auditorium – Jefferson Building – Library of Congress – Pre-– concert conversation –Whittall Pavilion – 6:30 PM – 7 PM – rush tickets usually available for concert beginning at 8 PM in the auditorium

Booktalk: Bill McKibben – Falter: Has the Human Game to Play Itself Out? – P and P – 7 PM

Booktalk: Donna Brazelle and three others – For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics – in conversation with Jonathan Capehart – National Archives – 7 PM – 8:30 PM



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