Wednesday 12/14: McSweeney’s presents Emily Carr (Whosoever Has Let a Minotaur Enter Them, or a Sonnet). Free, 7 p.m., Alley Cat Books. Michael Chabon reads from his new book, Moonglow. Free, 7 p.m., Diesel, A Bookstore. Thursday 12/15: Poet and “political researcher” Peter Dale Scott reads. Free, 7:30 p.m., The Green Arcade.
Tags: Alley Cat Books, Brittany Smail, C. Anne Gardener, Denise Sullivan, Donald Quist, Emily Carr, Eric Sneathen, fiddler on the roof, Fourteen Hills, Harbors, Jason Wyman, Jerry Bock, Laura Eve Engel, Laura Woltag, mcsweeney's, Mia Ayumi Malhotra, Michael Chabon, Moonglow, Naz Jameson, Nicole Jost, Nomadic Press, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, Paul Ebankamp, Raina J. León, Ricardo Tavarez, She Loves Me, Sheldon Harnick, Simon J. Phillips, Sunisa Nardone, Suzanne Rivecca, Suzi Damilano, Terilynn Cantlon, Tom Hanks, You've Got Mail
You’ve Got Mail
was one of the first movies to depict the Internet as it affects the lives of ordinary users. ...more
Tags: 1990s, 90s, adolescence, Andrea Laurion, AOL, chat room, dial up internet, Facebook, Greg Kinnear, Internet, Jimmy Stewart, Joe Fox, Kathleen Kelly, LiveJournal, luddite, Margaret Sullavan, Meg Ryan, middle school, Miklos Laszlo, Nora Ephron, OKCupid, Parfumerie, Parker Posey, romance, Selfie, She Loves Me, Social Media, technology, The Shop Around the Corner, Tom Hanks, Tumblr, twitter, typewriter, You've Got Mail