Join us for a discussion of Steve Paul’s new book, Architecture A-Z: an Elemental, Alphabetical Guide to Kansas City’s Built Environment, an illustrated collection of his columns that have appeared in the Kansas City Star Magazine.
With a keen and creative eye, Paul takes readers into nooks and crannies and beneath the surface of well-known buildings, places and spaces. Through more than 200 photographs and detailed descriptions, he invites readers to look at our surroundings with a new awareness of history and detail exploring the endless variety and place-making influences of architecture.
Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012
2 - 3 p.m.
Jewish Community Center's Heritage Center
5801 W. 115th St.
Overland Park, KS 66211
No registration required.
For more information, contact (913) 826-4600, ext. 64382
Co-sponsored by Johnson County Library, Jewish Community Center's Heritage Center, Jewish Family Services Help@Home and Kansas City Star Books.
About the author
Steve Paul has been a writer and editor at The Kansas City Star since 1975. A native of Boston and a graduate of the University of Missouri – Kansas City, he also has been actively engaged in Ernest Hemingway studies. He is co-editor of an essay collection about Hemingway's early years, War & Ink, forthcoming from Kent State University Press, and editor of Kansas City Noir.
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