Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Dee Perry welcomes Stephan Pastis the creator of the beloved comic strip Pearls Before Swine prior to his Rocky River appearance later today. Plus Akron writer David Giffels shares essays and dispatches from the Rust Belt in his new book - The Hard Way on Purpose. And local jazz piano man Joe Hunter shares music from his new CD - Sweet and Lovely.
Stephan Pastis creator of Pearls Before Swine and the bestselling new book Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made appears at at West Shore UU Church, in Rocky River tonight (4/2) at 7pm presented by Rocky River Public Library and Joseph-Beth Booksellers.
David Giffels author of The Hard Way on Purpose at 7 p.m. tonight (4/2) at the Coventry Village branch of the Heights Libraries presented by Appletree Books, the Coventry Village branch of the Heights Libraries, and Mac’s Backs-Books on Coventry.
Arts and Culture, Literature, Music
Stephan Pastis, comic strip writer
David Giffels, writer
Joe Hunter, musician
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