TWO EVENTS this week as we ease into the end of the year:
On Thursday evening, I’ll be heading over to the Pasadena Central Library to join our lively and opinionated crew for a far-ranging conversation. We’ll be discussing and reading from the anthology: L.A. Baseball: From the Pacific Coast League to the Major Leagues. We get started at 6:30pm in the beautiful Donald R. Wright Auditorium. There will be a reception afterward and we’ll be signing books.
On Sunday afternoon, Angel City Press will be hosting a holiday party and signing, featuring books honoring Los Angeles’s rich history and culture.
Bill Bradley, Los Angeles Union Station: Tracks to the Future
Stephen Gee, Los Angeles City Hall: An American Icon, Iconic Vision: John Parkinson, Architect of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Central Library: A History of its Art and Architecture
Rachel Surls and Judith Gerber, From Cows to Concrete: The Rise and Fall of Farming in Los Angeles
Jim Harris, Santa Monica Pier
Robert Landau, Rock ‘n’ Roll Billboard of the Sunset Strip, Hollywood Poolside, Tales from The Strip: A Century in the Fast Lane
And, I will be there as well signing and discussing After/Image: Los Angeles Outside the Frame.
Join us from 2 to 4pm at Traxx Restaurant in Union Station (we’ll be gathering inside, adjacent to the concourse) near the Alameda entrance to the terminal).