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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
Mary McNamara presents Oscar Season 7pm @ Book Soup
Bryan Kennedy presents Growing Up Hockey 7pm @ Vroman's

Tuesday
Fritjof Capra discusses The Science of Leonardo with Manuel Castells 7pm @ Central Library

Wednesday
Richard Reeves presents A Force of Nature 7pm @ Central Library
Tom Dolby presents The Sixth Form 7pm @ Book Soup
Michael Shermer presents The Mind of the Market 7pm @ All Saints Church

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Thursday
Judith Freeman presents The Long Embrace 7pm @ Book Soup

Friday
Ron Jeremy presents The Hardest (Working) Man in Showbiz 7pm @ Book Soup
Sam Jones presents The Here and Now: The Photography of Sam Jones 7pm @ Vroman's

Saturday
Stan Chambers presents KTLA's News at Ten: Sixty Years with Stan Chambers 4pm @ Vroman's
Tamara Jenkins presents Savages: The Shooting Script 3pm @ Book Soup
Bibi Jordan presents Swahili Chic 1pm @Barnes & Noble, Calabasas
Lynne Cox presents Grayson 5pm @ Book Soup
David Cohen presents Screen Plays 7pm @ Book Soup
Mary Oliver presents Thirst 8pm @ Royce Hall, UCLA

Sunday
Ray Lanthier, Mariano Zaro and Jeanne Marie Spicuzza read their work 5pm @ Beyond Baroque

Photo of downtown's Grand Central Market by alossix via Flickr