Tuesday, June 14 — “The East Side of Addiction” Book Signing, 6-9 p.m., Lock 50 Restaurant, 50 Water St. You know about this book, maybe, from the WoMag article about it last month. You know about Lock 50, definitely, because you read about its impending debut in Worcester Sun in November. So, there’s that. From Worcester authors who grew up together and would come to rely on that bond as wayward adults, the book is “a story of addiction, recovery, and the power of lifelong friendship and deep, abiding faith.” The book is available on Amazon or at the event.
Wednesday, June 15 — Merge for Equality Healthy Men and Boys Summit, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Tilton Hall, Clark University, 950 Main St. If you’re confused, don’t be afraid: We all are. Don’t see many of these sorta things, with goals like: “transforming masculinity to advance gender equality” — is it a trap? Seems legit, guys. I mean, Dr. Mattie Castiel, city health commissioner, is giving the opening remarks. Besides, I heard there’s going to be a Petty-Gaffney conflict-resolution puppet show.
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