Lit City Events
Lit City is presented by Just Buffalo (www.justbuffalo.org)
Henry Louis Taylor, Jr.: Inside El Barrio. 7pm. Discussion and book signing with UB professor, whose new book is Inside El Barrio: A Bottom-up View of Neighborhood Life in Cuba. Talking Leaves Books 3158 Main Street (837-8554 / www.tleavesbooks.com).
Mystery Lover’s Discussion. 7pm. The subject is Jeff Schober’s book, Bike Path Rapist. Barnes & Noble, 4402 Transit Road, Clarence (634-1011).
Center for Inquiry Discussion Group. 7pm. The main text of topic is Robert Boston’s “Why the Religious Right is Wrong About the Separation of Church and State.” Center for Inquiry, 3965 Rensch Road, Amherst (636-4869 / www.centerforinquiry.net).
Tuesday Night Book Discussion Group. 7:30pm. Revolutionary Road by James Bradley. Borders Books, 2015 Walden Avenue, Cheektowaga (685-2844).
Amy Stewart: Wicked Plants. 6pm. Garden writer and blogger (www.gardenrant.com; blog.amystewart.com) reads from and signs copies of Wicked Plants, an A to Z of plants that kill, maim, intoxicate, and otherwise offend. Urban Roots, 428 Rhode Island Street (362-8982 / www.urbanroots.org).
Eupraxsophy Cafe. 7pm. Group discussion exploring art, literature, current events, and ethics from a secular humanist perspective. Center for Inquiry, 3965 Rensch Road, Amherst (636-4869 / www.centerforinquiry.net).
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