East Bay Events

MEIR SCHNEIDER at Books Inc Berkeley

Founder and director of the School for Self-Healing in San Francisco, Meir Schneider shares ten steps to natural eyesight improvement, that he's personally used to reverse what doctors told him would be permanent blindness, with Vision For Life, a simple guide with relaxing exercises written both for those who would like to improve their vision, and those who'd like to maintain their 20/20 vision.

Undead Night at Books Inc Alameda

Join us for a night celebrating the local undead. Pisano Pictures and Atom Phly Media presents the premiere screening of the final episode in Alameda's very own zombie web series, "The Living." This event will also feature contributors to the book Dead Inside: Do Not Enter, Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse and will be followed by a Q&A session.

The Big Yes Society presents a panel reading of NO KIDDING: WOMEN WRITERS ON BYPASSING MOTHERHOOD

The Big Yes Society Book Club presents a panel reading of No Kidding: Women Writers on Bypassing Motherhood, a hilarious, compelling, and inspiring collection of essays revealing perspectives too long hidden, shamed, and silenced. Readers include: Maureen Langan, Bernadette Luckett, and Andrea Carla Michaels.

Professor of family medicine DAPHNE MILLER at Books Inc Berkeley

Books Inc. and The Edible Schoolyard Project proudly present practicing physician, author, and professor of family medicine at UCSF, Daphne Miller, discussing the link between sustainable health and how our food is farmed with her profound book, Farmacology: What Innovative Family Farming Can Teach Us About Health and Healing.

To learn more about The Edible Schoolyard Project visit: http://edibleschoolyard.org/

EMILY BRADY at Books Inc Berkeley

With writing that has appeared in the New York Times, Time, the Smithsonian, among other publications, journalist Emily Brady shares Humboldt, an illuminating look into the insular, and infamous, Northern California community that has existed primarily on the cultivation and sale of marijuana on the black market for nearly 40 years.

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