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Drink & Think: Detroit Book Club

Powerhouse- Brain on Fire
Drink & Think makes the whole book club idea palatable — literally. Club members meet four times a year, each time at a different eatery, where they indulge in food, drink, and yes, discussing the book of choice. This time, A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by acclaimed debut novelist Anthony Marra leads the dialogue. Drink-thinkers may note parallels between the novel’s broken landscape of Chechnya and the dystopian landscape of Detroit. Whoops, better save that for St. Cece’s.

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  • St. Cece's Pub

    1426 Bagley, Detroit Greater Detroit Area

    (313) 962-2121; (313) (FAX)

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