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POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER 10, 2014 Page 11 jeIngela Cornacchio Halloween is on the way and spending a little time with The Adams Family at the Stoneham Theater will give you appreciation for the holiday. (Photo by ctpost.com) entitled My Post Traumatic Caribbean Cabaret. You can see Anessa and cast in this Halloween must see at the Stoneham Theatre located at 395 Main Street, Stoneham. For more info on directions, tickets and upcoming shows, visit www.stonehamtheatre.org. Boston Book Festival ... The Boston Book Festival, in partnership with WBUR 90.9 FM, announces the 2014 lineup for their sixth annual festival taking place October 23rd-25th at loca- tions in and around Copley Square. Festival events include presentations and panels featuring internationally- known writers, scholars, critics and commentators listed below; programming for children, teens and fami- lies, writing seminars and competitions, outdoor booths and spoken word and music performmces. All daytime: events me FREE and open to' the public with no reserva- tions required. The festival also features two ticketed events: a Mem- oir Keynote by Grammy Award-winner, composer, performer and author Herbie Hancock, Thursday, October 23, 8:00 pm at Old South Church; and Art, Architec- ture and Design Keynote by renowned architect Norman Foster, Saturday, October 25th, 4:00 pm at Trinity Church. Locations for the wide spread events with and Matthew Gilbert, in Off the Leash, describes his reluctant entry into the social world of the dog park. Jared Bowen, host of Open Studio on WGBH, will emcee. Come, be informed and entertained. CIVIL RIGHTS: Icons and Unsung Heroes from 4:00 pm-5:00 pm at the Emman- addresses are listed as fol- uel Music Room. Many ex- lows; Boston Common Hotel, traordinary and courageous 40 Trinity Place, Boston; ;Indivlduals made their:i Church of the Covenant, mark on the civil rights I 67 Newbury Street, Bos-]raovement. In her much . ton; Emmanuel Church, lauded biography, The Rebel- 15 Newbury Street, Boston; First Church, 66 Marlbor- ough Street, Boston; French Cultural Center, 53 Marl- borough Street, Boston; Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street, Boston; Storyville, 90 Exeter Street, Boston; Trin- ity Church, 206 Clarendon Street, Boston and outdoors in Copley Square. The two-day festival is filled with education, fan- tasy and historical facts but I have listed a few to paint the picture. TRUE STORY: 4:00 pm- 5:15 pm at Emmanuel Par- ish Hall. In a non-fiction variety show you will hear about a wide range of captivating, inspiring and charming topics. Each author will dazzle you with a ten-minute presentation on the subject of his or her work. The lineup includes: Michael Blanding, whose The Map Thief tells a tale of true crime. Jessica Lander, in Dr/v/ng Backwards, illumi- nates stories of small-town life. Lawrence Lindner re- lates a heartwarming and heartrending story of rescu- ing horses from the track in Saving Baby. Robert C. Pozen, in Extreme Productiv- ity, shares his secrets of be- coming more effective per- sonally and professionally, lious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, Jeanne Theoharis sets the record straight as to the life- long activism of Rosa Parks. Peniel E. Joseph shares his stunningly thorough biogra- phy of the Black Power leader Stokely Carmichael, in Stokely: A Life. Kenneth Mack reveals the stories of African-American civil rights lawyers who practiced during segregation in his monumental collective biog- raphy, Representing the Race: The Creation of the Civil Rights with personality and host of WGBH's Under the Radar, Callie Crossley. The Boston Book Festival is a great way to relax from the craziness we have cre- ated in our society and en- joy a time where your mind does all the "thinking." Pick a location to enjoy whatever your heart desires, there are books for everyone. Line-up, location and times are sub- ject to change. More infor- matlon, including complete author biographies, is avail- able at bostonbookfest.org. A Tasty Treat to Compli- ment Your Time in the City ... Vlora Bar & Restaurant is owned and operated by the VelaJ family who came to Boston from the beautiful {Continued on Page 16) J-Iappg Columbus ay "Take a look around, check out the eolorful cocktails, the sleek furniture, the creative cuisine. So where are we? The Bade Bay? Beaeon Hill? Not even elose. We're at Eceo in East Boston ... This neighborhood newcomer is wowing the erowds. - Phantom Gourmet Review 107 Porter Street, East Boston, MA for Reservations and Additional Information Please Call 617-561-1112 or www.eccoboston.com FREE PARKING .   | ............. i!ii! 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