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Friday, July 07, 2006
On Tour with David Rakoff

Humorist David Rakoff will be here next Thursday to talk good food and great writing with Ruth Reichl and guests. Last winter he went on a publicity tour to promote his book, Don’t Get Too Comfortable: The Indignities of Coach Class, The Torments of Low Thread Count, The Never-Ending Quest for Artisanal Olive Oil, and Other First World Problems, and this mockumentary with Dave Hill is the result. Enjoy it, but please don’t compare him with David Sedaris.



[A Celebration of Life’s Simple Pleasures: 07/13/06]




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