Mailing List Message #17
From: Harriett R. Logan <>
Subject: Loganberry Books: Jan/Feb 2006 Calendar
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 17:51:29 -0500
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Loganberry Books
Events Calendar Jan-Feb 2006

January 10-30   
Annex Gallery:  Vintage wall maps used in elementary classrooms

Remember your old elementary school classroom and the great big maps that used to roll up like window shades?  This Annex Gallery show features some vintage maps, literary heritage maps, and other teaching tools from the 50s and 60s.  They'll be on display for a month, and available for purchase.

January 21, 4pm   
NOBS Forums presents Larry Rakow:
From Meggendorfer to Sabuda: A Brief History of the Masters of Pop-Up Books
Larry Rakow is the current president of the Northern Ohio Bibliophilic Society and the owner of Wonderland Books, a specialty shop focusing on used and rare children's books with a special interest in pop-up and movable books. Larry will draw from his own impressive collection to present an illustrated lecture on the history of movable books with an emphasis on Robert Sabuda, the contemporary master of all things pop-up.

February 2-27   
Annex Gallery:  Guild of Nature Artists:  Flora and Fauna

The Opening Reception for this show is Thursday, February 2nd, 6-8pm.  Artists associated with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will display their various artwork of flora and fauna in a range of styles and media.  Come meet the artists and enjoy the natural world as seen by naturalists, nature afficionados and local artists.

February 4, 1-3pm   
Booksigning with  Emanuel Carpenter,
Where Is the Love
Local author Emanuel Carpenter will sign his new book about the fragility of relationships.  In his new novel, a bitter sales manager on the verge of his second divorce remembers his numerous sexual exploits and relationships while searching for some soul, peace, trust, and eventually,  love. Carpenter is a cum laude graduate of Capital University and has been published by Little, Brown and Company, Bylines Publishing, and the Midwest Book Review.

February 11, 8pm   
Concert with singer/songwriter Amy Steinberg

Back by popular demand, Amy Steinberg brings her original music and poetry to the intimate Loganberry Books. Combining a sassy sensibility with a loquacious socio-political and spiritual awareness, Amy brings forth an energy fresh and solid.  Tickets:  $12 advance and $15 at the door.


Loganberry Books
13015 Larchmere Boulevard;  Shaker Heights, Ohio 44120;  216.795.9800
Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm

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