This week the Literary Arts scene jumps from one big memoir to a city read-out and on to another big memoir (with an even bigger star).
Moneyball isn’t so much about baseball as it is about the underdog. It’s about thinking outside the box and pushing the boundaries for the ultimate goal: winning. Whether or not Billy Beane’s overhaul of the Oakland A’s ball club is ultimately a success depends on how you view success, but that doesn’t mean this film won’t try its hardest to prove it.
This week, the literary scene zig-zags from Fort Mason, down to the SF Library and then all the way up to San Rafael. Trust us, it’s worth the trip.
Admit it. If you hear the right Madonna song, all your cool goes out of the window and the dancing shoes come out of the closet. This week you have two chances to take all that enthusiasm and latent star power out of the house and learn some Madonna choreography with other folks.