Meet Bob Deitrick and Lew Goldfarb, authors of Bulls, Bears and the Ballot Box: How the Performance of Our Presidents has Impacted Your Wallet! They'll be here until 9:00 pm and will talk with you about 80 years of our presidents' economic stewardship. Joi
Becky Diamond provides a portrait of Mrs. Goodfellow, an early 19th century Philadelphia baker who ran a school to learn the art of cooking. Join us for a signing and conversation and learn the story of America's first cooking school.
The mystery group is reading Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell, the first Swedish police inspector Kurt Wallander thriller. Next month's selection is Hardscrabble Road by Jane Haddam, set in Philadelphia.
Tonight, the group discusses Family Matters by Rohinton Mistry, a story set in Bombay where the author was born. Mistry is not just a fiction writer, but a philosopher who finds meaning in small human interactions. Join us for a good discussion.
Join us to talk to Mark Di Ionno, a real newspaperman, whose new novel, The Last Newspaperman, takes place in New Jersey during the Lindbergh baby kidnapping time. Mark's previous titles are New Jersey travel and history books, which we'll have on hand.