Start Making Sense: National Book Tour Events

New York
Wednesday, June 8
Pioneer Bar on the Bowery

East Coast book release party for Start Making Sense!
Stop by Pioneer bar from 6-9pm on Wednesday, June 8 for some schmoozin' with a bunch of the contributors, drink specials and hot debate about the future of progressivism. The first 100 through the door will get a free drink!

On the hosting committee are: Nina Berman, James Bernard, Lakshmi Chaudhry, Evan Derkacz, Laura Flanders, Danny Goldberg, Amy Goodman, Don Hazen, Katrina Vanden Heuvel, Arianna Huffington, Tony Newman, Janette Sadik-Khan, Robin Templeton, Jackie + Randall Wallace, Chris Wangro, and Deanna Zandt.

Pioneer Bar
218 Bowery
(between Prince and Spring)
6 - 9pm

Books will be for sale!

Past events:
San Francisco
Wednesday, May 4th
Swedish American Music Hall

Come by to celebrate the launch, meet the authors, party and get a free book!

Panelists will include:
George Lakoff (best-selling author and linguist), Lakshmi Chaudhry (AlterNet), Wes Boyd (, Adam Werbach (Common Assets), and Van Jones (Ella Baker Center for Human Rights). Moderated by Don Hazen (AlterNet) and Holly Minch (SPIN Project).

Swedish American Music Hall
2174 Market Street (at Church)
San Francisco, CA 94114
Panel 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Party 9 - 11 p.m.
Door: $9, includes free book and after-party with DJ Tomas

St. Louis
Friday, May 13
Millennium Hotel

5:30pm - 7pm

We'll be attending the National Conference on Media Reform, and will be having a little get together early Friday evening at the Hotel.

Attendees will include contributers: Naomi Klein, Robert Greenwald, Jennifer Nix, Don Hazen, George Lakoff, Adam Werbach and Jeff Chester.

Books will be available for purchase!

Washington, DC
Thursday, June 2
Take Back America Conference

SMS Editor (and AlterNet executive editor) Don Hazen will be giving a book signing at the Campaign for America's Future conference at the Washington Hilton. Bunches of others of contributors, like George Lakoff, will be there too!

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