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What’s Happening in August 9 Troy Johnson, Nashville singer-songwriter, 8 p.m., BN-LR 11 Lisa Brandom (“The Scagway Connection: A Spiritual Journey”) and Gary Guinn (“A Late Flooding Thaw”), 5 p.m., WW 12 Booklover’s Anonymous discusses “Revenge of the Gypsy Queen” by Kris Neri, 6:30 p.m., BN-LR 15 Lisa Brandom (“The Scagway Connection: A Spiritual Journey,” “Four Women, One Century”) and Gary Guinn (“A Late Flooding Thaw”), 5 p.m., TBIB; That Bookgroup of Cookie’s will discuss “The Killer Angels” by Michael Shaara, 7 p.m., TBIB 16 Wordsworth Bookclub discusses “The Remains of the Day” by Kazuo Ishiguro, 7 p.m., WW 18 Cathe Carnes demonstrates “The Pampered Chef” cookware, 6 p.m., TBIB 20 Alda Ellis (“Sentimental Living From the Porch”), 1 p.m., BAM; Carol Snipes (“Mary’s Rockin’ ABCs”), 1 p.m., TBIB 21 Jeremy Billingsley (“The Uninvited: A Southern Ghost Story”), 2 p.m., TBIB 23 “Eldest” book release party, 7 p.m., TBIB 24 ABC Book Club discusses “The Martian Chronicles” by Ray Bradbury, 7:30 p.m., BN-LR 28 Bryan Bowers, O’Susanna Concert, 3 p.m., TBIB, $8; Game Night, 7 p.m., BN-LR Every Tuesday Little Rock Chess Association, learn how to play or enjoy a friendly game, 7-10:30 p.m., BN; Children’s Storytime, 10 a.m., BN; Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a.m., BAM Every Thursday Storytime, 10 a.m., BN Every Thursday morning Books-a-Million Buddies (geared to elementary and pre-school children), call Pam for reservations, 771-7581 Every Saturday Themed storytime, 10:30 a.m., BAM; Last Sunday of month Pajama storytime, 6 p.m., BN; Family Game Night, 7 p.m., BN Every second and fourth Thursday C.U.R.E. meeting, 7 p.m., BN AREA BOOKSTORES: BAM: BOOKS-A-MILLION, 2747 LAKEWOOD VILLAGE DRIVE, NLR, 771-7581 BREN: BRENTANO’S BOOKSTORE, PARK PLAZA, 663-0324 BN-LR: BARNES & NOBLE-CHENAL, 11500 FINANCIAL CENTRE PARKWAY, 954-7648 BN-NLR: BARNES & NOBLE-NORTH LITTLE ROCK, 4000 MCCAIN BLVD., 771-1124 LB: LORENZEN & CO. BOOKSELLERS, 7509 CANTRELL ROAD, 663-8811 PA: PYRAMID ART, BOOKS AND CUSTOM FRAMING, MUSEUM CENTER, 500 E. MARKHAM ST., SUITE 110, 372-5824 RMBG: RIVER MARKET BOOKS AND GIFTS, COX CREATIVE CENTER, 120 COMMERCE ST., 918-3093 TBMP: THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE, 1107 OAK ST., CONWAY, 888-287-7791 TBIB: THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE, 316 W. MAIN ST., BLYTHEVILLE, 870-763-3333 T&T: TYLER AND TYLER BOOKSELLERS, 4558 JFK BLVD., NLR, 753-8530 WALD: WALDENBOOKS, MCCAIN MALL, 758-5447 WW: WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO., 5920 R ST., 663-9198
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