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Our Town Conversation With Peter Golenbock

Thursday, Jun. 26th, 6:30PM–7:45PM
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Our Town is a once-a-month conversation with people who are engaged in significant issues and topics in “our town.” The program held in a conversation format with Dr. Carol Mickett, a philosopher and artist, explores the life as well as the projects and engagements of the guests. The program expanded from a focus on local mythmakers to a broader profile, and has included such notables as Jyotika Virmani, Associate Director for the Florida Institute of Oceanography, St. Petersburg and Eric Deggans of Tampa Bay Times, Chef Tom Pritchard, and technology entrepreneur Marvin Scaff.

Peter Golenbock writes about sports and people that catch our imagination.  He has had nine books on the New York Best Sellers list including The Bronx Zoo (1979) and Driven, with Green Bay Packer star Donald Driver (2013).  Golenbock’s Bums: An Oral History of the Brooklyn Dodger (1984) won the Casey Award for the best baseball book of the year.  In his recent ventures away from sports, he wrote the New York Times Best Seller Presumed Guilty, with Jose Baez, the lawyer for Casey Anthony (2012) and, just released, The Chairman: The Rise and Betrayal of Jim Greer (June 2014).

Cost: $5 General; Free to Dali Members. No RSVP required. First come, first serve. Must check-in at Admissions prior to event.

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