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Half Sour

Speaker's Series: Author Night

Social hour 6-7 pm (Purchase dinner/ drinks) Panel discussion: 7-8 pm Half Sour (proof of full vaccination required) By Zoom Beth Finke, Writing Out Loud Amy Bizzarri, 111 Places in Chicago that You Must Not Miss Sylvester Boyd, The Road from Money Greg Borzo, Chicago's Fabulous Fountains

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Speaker's Series: Author Night

Time & Location

Mar 02, 6:00 PM

Half Sour, 755 S Clark St, Chicago, IL 60605, USA

About the event

Zoom:

Meeting ID: 824 2688 5555

Passcode: SLN2022!

https://uic.zoom.us/j/82426885555?pwd=TTd6Z2ZienlaUkhkWG5YTituSldBZz09

In Person: 

Half Sour

755 S Clark St., Chicago 

(Proof of full vaccination required to attend in person)

Join us and hear from four local authors: 

Beth Finke, Writing Out Loud

Amy Bizzarri, 111 Places in Chicago that You Must Not Miss

Sylvester Boyd, The Road from Money

Greg Borzo, Chicago's Fabulous Fountains

Amy Bizzarri has written four books focused on Chicago history, but her experiences don't stop there. She's a teacher, tour guide and certified wine expert. She lived in Rome for five years and has hosted radio and TV segments. Oh, yes, her great, great grandparents met in Chicago the night of the Great Fire!

Beth Finke is an accomplished author, teacher and columnist, familiar to many South Loop residents because she's a regular contributor to the Dearborn Express, our local online newspaper. She teaches memoir writing, is an NPR commentator and moderates a blog for Easterseals' National Headquarters.

Sylvester Boyd Jr. was born in Chicago and in 1981 founded one of the largest minority owned advertising specialty companies in southwest Michigan, selling products to major corporations, businesses, colleges and universities. He has worked as a movie extra, motivational speaker and substitute teacher for CPS.

Greg Borzo has written several books about Chicago history, including Chicago's Fabulous Fountain, which features the Printers Row Park Fountain -- a water tosser that currently being renovated. He's also a tour guide, pickleball player, avid cyclist and member of the South Loop Neighbors' board.

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