Special guest Wed. July 28: Drinking + Living Liberally cofounder Justin Krebs!

As sent to the Milwaukee Drinking Liberally mailing list:

Dear Milwaukeean liberal drinkers,

Tomorrow is a very special event for our humble little chapter: Living Liberally co-founder Justin Krebs is coming to Milwaukee! Krebs is the author of “538 Ways to Live, Work & Play Like a Liberal.” It’s full of little ideas for embracing your progressive values everyday life, as well as the big ideas of what it means to be a “liberal” in America today.

Justin’s bio describes him as a “political & cultural entrepreneur based in New York City.  He is co-founder of Living Liberally and serves as one of the organizations National Directors.  He is one of the founders and Artistic Directors of The Tank, a non-profit venue for performing arts and public affairs in Manhattan.  Over the past decade, he has been an Activist Fellow for CREDO in San Francisco, managed issue advocacy campaigns in New York City, produced an award-winning documentary for PBS on youth civic engagement, and served in the office of US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.  He has published ‘Grounds For Play,’ a history of playgrounds in New York.  He is a [New Jersey] native, Harvard alum and New Yorker for the past decade.”

Well, let’s give this Yankee a proper Brew City welcome! Justin helped start DL, and got us to where we are today. Come say thanks by getting a copy of his book. Copies will be available for your purchase and perusal.

It will happen at our standard time and place — 7 PM at Sugar Maple. It’s like an extra round of Drinking Liberally, all for the low low price of one good book!

Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Sugar Maple, 441 East Lincoln Ave., Milwaukee WI

Till morrow,
Jason & the Milwaukee DL crew

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Author: Jason Haas

Jason is an elected member of the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, occasionally moonlights as an amateur gardener, and is a proud father of two, or three, depending on how you do the math.