Upcoming Events

March 2

Billy Dee Williams with Sam Rubin (virtual)

Billy Dee Williams recalls his remarkable life of nearly eight decades—a heralded actor who’s played the roles he wanted, from Brian’s Song to Lando in the Star Wars universe—unchecked by the racism and typecasting so rife in the mostly all-white industry in which he triumphed.

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March 4

Kara Swisher with Ted Sarandos

From award-winning journalist Kara Swisher comes a witty, scathing, but fair accounting of the tech industry and its founders who wanted to change the world but broke it instead.

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March 12

Claire Bidwell Smith with Alua Arthur

From one of the leading grief therapists, Conscious Grieving is a compassionate and accessible guide to grieving offering a new framework for understanding and navigating loss..

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April 7

Rebel Wilson with Jess Cagle

The scene-stealing star of Pitch Perfect and Bridesmaids comes to our stage with a candid and hilarious memoir that chronicles her unconventional journey to Hollywood success.

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April 11

An Evening with

Don Winslow

Following City on Fire and City of Dreams, City in Ruins is the explosive, impossible-to-put-down conclusion to bestselling author Don Winslow’s epic, genre-defining crime trilogy. This is the book Winslow has announced will be the final one of his extraordinary career.

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May 6

An Evening with

Doris Kearns Goodwin

One of America’s most beloved historians artfully weaves together biography, memoir, and history. In An Unfinished Love Story: A Personal History of the 1960s, Doris Kearns Goodwin takes you along on the emotional journey she and her husband, Dick Goodwin embarked upon in the last years of his life.

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May 20

An Evening with

Amy Tan

A gorgeous, witty account of birding, nature, and the beauty around us that hides in plain sight, written and illustrated by the best-selling author of The Joy Luck Club.

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May 28

An Evening with 

Stephen Breyer, Former Associate Justice, US Supreme Court

A provocative, brilliant analysis by recently retired Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer that deconstructs the textualist philosophy of the current Supreme Court’s supermajority and makes the case for a better way to interpret the Constitution.

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