VIRTUAL | November 30 | Mike Roe's THE 30 ROCK BOOK. RSVP here 

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Online. Tuesday, Nov 30 at 6 PM

THE 30 ROCK BOOK
by Mike Roe

Through more than 50 interviews with cast, crew, critics, and more, culture writer Mike Roe brings to life the history of the gloriously goofy show that became an all-time classic. The 30 Rock Book has everything in it, from tales of the amazing music still stuck in our heads, to the iconic bit characters that make the show, to all the love and drama of the backstage crew . . . and the creative failures and successes along the way.

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Our Chevalier's book clubs meet once a month and come in the YA (ages 12+) and Fiction varieties.

Sign up to get updates about meetings or get book recommendations. 

fiction

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ONLINE 09/28 at 6PM*

YA

Luck of the Titanic Stacey Lee
ONLINE 09/12 at 4PM*

Middle reader

Wishtree Katherina Applegate
Sunday 09/19 at 4PM
IN - STORE!

* Fiction and YA book clubs are currently hosted over Zoom. Specific information to access each meeting will be sent out by book club leaders the week of. Stay up to date by joining a book club mailing list

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PICK OF THE WEEK

by Edward Slingerland

Let’s raise a glass to the noble art of imbibing. Slingerland’s argues that alcohol is an integral part of the human experience, responsible, in part, for the raising of civilization and its continued existence. I never knew that my nightly glass of wine was part of the great human endeavor, but I’m glad I do now. It's an ethnographic, historical, psychological, aptly researched book that’s a hoot to read.

- WILLIAM

 

ONLINE events

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