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2024 AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH – BOOK TALK WITH ARTIST AUTHOR COMMON

Date
February 3
Time
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost
$34.99
Organizer’s Site
https://malikbooks.com/events-1/ola/services/meet-greet-booksigning-with-common
Council District
City Council District 6
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Celebrate African Americn Heritage Month with OASC bookseller and partner Malik Books at his Westfield Culver City Mall store as he brings Common to talk about his latest book Let Love Have the Last Word. Common is an Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy Award–winning music artist. He is an actor and producer and has appeared in numerous critically acclaimed films as well as hit TV series. Common is also the author of One Day It’ll All Make Sense, a New York Times bestseller. He was raised in Chicago and currently resides in Los Angeles and Brooklyn.

 

RSVP at the website, Admission includes Book + taxes of a Signed copy of Common new book. “And Then We Rise: A Guide to Loving and Taking Care of Self”

Location

Malik Books, Westfield Culver City Mall
6000 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 2470
Culver City, 90230 United States
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Phone:
858.800.1162
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