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Be There: Uranium-Themed Media Party Will Be A Blast!

uranium.pngNext week, is throwing a party for media types featuring Mediabistro instructor Tom Zoellner, author of “Uranium.” Using the topic of his book as a jumping off point, the party will feature Uranium Drop cocktails (we wonder what’s in those) and yellow cake (har har) provided by Zoellner himself.

Zoellner, who also wrote “The Heartless Stone”, which explores the diamond trade, will be on hand to sign copies of “Uranium” and chat. There will also be drink specials and complimentary appetizers.

Here the details:

When: Tuesday, June 23 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Where: Katra
217 Bowery
(@Rivington Street)
New York, NY 100002

RSVP here

And check out Zoellner on “The Daily Show” earlier this year.

Tom Zoellner on The Daily Show