October Events

October Events:

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Thursday, October 4 

6:00-8:00pm

Q & A with Candidate Josh Lockhart

Come enjoy a coffee and a snack and meet council candidate Josh Lockhart.  This will be a great opportunity to get to know Josh more and how he plans to be a representative for the community.

Free event, open to public

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Monday, October 22

7:00-9:00pm

Monthly Book Club!

Paper and Cup is excited to host a monthly book club! Limited to 20 participants, with two groups of 10 for discussion. Tickets must be purchased in advance by October 1 in order to ensure the book arrives in time.  
Purchase tickets HERE
$45 includes the monthly book, tapas and snacks, a glass of wine, and an insightful group discussion including a moderator and handouts.
 
October Book: Katerina by James Frey
 
From the New York Times bestselling author of A Million Little Pieces and Bright Shiny Morning comes Katerina, James Frey’s highly anticipated new novel set in 1992 Paris and contemporary Los Angeles.
 
A kiss, a touch. A smile and a beating heart. Love and sex and dreams, art and drugs and the madness of youth. Betrayal and heartbreak, regret and pain, the melancholy of age. Katerina, the explosive new novel by America’s most controversial writer, is a sweeping love story alternating between 1992 Paris and Los Angeles in 2018.
 
At its center are a young writer and a young model on the verge of fame, both reckless, impulsive, addicted, and deeply in love. Twenty-five years later, the writer is rich, famous, and numb, and he wants to drive his car into a tree, when he receives an anonymous message that draws him back to the life, and possibly the love, he abandoned years prior. Written in the same percussive, propulsive, dazzling, breathtaking style as A Million Little Pieces, Katerina echoes and complements that most controversial of memoirs, and plays with the same issues of fiction and reality that created, nearly destroyed, and then recreated James Frey in the American imagination.