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April 14th, 2018; 12:15 – 2:00 PM

It’s happening. After 27 years of splotching so many ‘footprints’ through the little pueblo of Los Angeles now branded by so many real estate signs as East Hollywood, which to me for so long has just been the place I call Home, I finally get to announce a major event in the neighborhood at which my dirty chucks and I can stand at the fore joined by fellow Angelenos and L.A. enthusiasts alike. Mark your calendars!

Poetry Day for Poetry Month is taking place at the Cahuenga Branch Public Library from 12:15 PM to 2:00 PM on Saturday, April 14th, 2018.

It is a major event. In the downstairs section of the library, and in conjunction with the library’s book sale that day as well as with support from the congruent Friends of Cahuenga chapter, I will be serving as emcee for an Open Mic celebration of April’s Poetry Month theme. The event will feature poets from Los Angeles, refreshments from the Friends, and of course, many of the library’s delicious books for sale.

If he were still with us, I’m confident that Roger King the chess coach would be proud. Roger passed on last year after a brief battle with cancer, and although his games have been missed, this afternoon I could feel Roger’s local friendly spirit stamping through the classroom where the planning meeting with Cahuenga’s Friends was held, just like when the games took place there when Roger was still commandeering them.

Naturally, then, we’ve got our eyes on locals in the neighborhood for the big day, but every reader and supporter or friend of a friend of JT is now officially invited. There are also more details of the event to come, but for now consider yourself informed:

We are going to make you proud Los Angeles.

J.T.

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