America, Here We Come!

From next week we’ll be in the USA for a series of talks to present the book, and give a 20-minute slideshow of old Baghdad images — accompanied by suitable music. We’re so much looking forward to our visit, and would love to see you there!

 Here’s a full list of our speaking engagements:

 Thursday, October 23 @ 7:30pm

Kahal Joseph,

10505 Santa Monica Blvd,

Los Angeles, CA 90025

Light refreshment. 323.761.8644 www.jclla.org

 

Monday, October 27 @ 7:00pm

American Sephardi Federation

15 West 16th Street,

New York, NY 10011

Admission $5; Free for

members. 212.294.8350 www.americansephardifederation.org

(STOP PRESS: Booking up fast but still some places left)

Tuesday, October 28 @ 7:00pm

Montville Twp Public Library

90 Horseneck Road,

Montville, NJ 07045

Free admission 973.402.0900 www.montvillelib.org

 

Sunday, November 2 @ 10:00am

Congregation Beth El

8215 Old Georgetown Road,

Bethesda, MD 20814

Free admission 301.652.8569 ext. 316 rmunster@bethelmc.org

 

Sunday, November 2 @ 7:00pm

Magen David Sephardic Congregation

11215 Woodglen Drive,

Rockville MD 20852

Admission $5 Refreshments 301.770.6818 www.mdscbe.org

 

Wednesday, November 5 @ Noon

Mary Pickford Theater

Library of Congress

Washington, DC

Free, and open to the public. 202.707.9879 gshi@loc.gov

 

Sunday, November 9 @ 1:00pm

Congregation Bene Naharayim

85-34 Midland Parkway,

Jamaica Estates, NY 11432-222

Free admission. Refreshments.

Now Hear This

STOP PRESS: Hear the interview now!

We were interviewed about the book in Montreal last May, and we have just received a nice note from the interviewer, Leslie Lutsky to say it will be aired this Saturday (i.e. tomorrow).

“Hello, I interviewed you in Montreal a few months ago  and strangely enough the interview will be aired this Saturday  Oct 4  at 8:30 in the morning Eastern Standard Time.   Interview can be heard on  www.radiocentreville.com     or on podcast for one week following interview.    A sweet year to the both of you   –  Leslie Lutsky”

 Wishing you a Hatima Tova,

 Mira and Tony