In Fry's cute tale, Nick is the shortest
seventh-grader in the history of the world (he's pretty sure), doesn't fit in
with any groups or clubs (who needs 'em?), and spends more time inside than
outside his locker (they're roomier than you'd think). Things only get worse
when a well-intentioned guidance counselor forces Nick to join the school's
lamest club--along with fellow misfits Molly and Karl--in her quest to cure all
three of their "peer allergies." What starts off as a reluctant band
of hopeless oddballs morphs into an effective and empowered team ready to face
whatever middle school throws at them. Join for a signing and discussion session!
CONTACT: Lizzy Mason, p: 914-288-4119, Elizabeth.email@example.com
From the time when herds of roaming buffalo carved out the route of Dixie Highway to the bourbon-fueled heyday of the 1920's, Covington has had a dynamic and colorful history. Buffalos and Bourb ...
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Brazilian multimedia artist Albano Alfonso's first solo exhibition in the U.S. will be co-curated by two neighboring art institutions, the Contemporary Arts Center and 21c Museum Hotel. The exhibit ...