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EVENTS!

Saturday, Dec 15th.

Meet Historian Richard Schwartz between 12-4pm and have him personally sign a book or two for you, or for family and friends.


A 2018 Independent Publishers Book Award
Bronze Medal Winner for Biography

“Schwartz’s rags-to-riches-to-rags chronicle of Curtis’ life and times is engrossingly written, and includes numerous illustrations from that era...Schwartz brings readers the life of a way-famous performing artist of whom most of us have likely never heard--a trailblazing actor for his time, and a media celebrity before that label became common currency. Making M. B. Curtis’s acquaintance is indisputably worth a reader’s time.” ---TheaterJones.com, Dallas Public Library reviewer Cathy Ritchie

The Man Who Lit Lady Liberty has been chosen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Margret Herrick Library to be included in their collections

Other Titles by Richard Schwartz include:

Berkeley 1900, Daily Life at the Turn of the Century (picked by the San Francisco Chronicle as a Holiday Gift Book of the Year)

Eccentrics, Heroes and Cutthroats of Old Berkeley (picked by the San Francisco Chronicle as a Holiday Gift Book of the Year)

Earthquake Exodus, 1906, Berkeley Responds to the San Francisco Refugees (with a Certificate of Honor to the people of Berkeley from then-Mayor Gavin Newsom on the back cover)

All will be available to be signed (and for purchase!!)

Builders Booksource: 1817 4th St. nr Hearst  94710

 

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Tiny Homes on the Move

We just had to share our rediscovery of a short film by Charles and Ray Eames.

Check out: Powers of Ten

Here is a short video where author Charles Duhigg explains the habit loop.

Watch this:How to Break Habits

 

This brief interview with Philippe Petit has some wonderful photos of knots.

Listen to Petit's inspiration for his book: Why Knot?

 

 


 


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