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Book Party: The Kennedy Chronicles, New York City, July 31
- July 31, 2013
Before working to expose the horrors of government intervention to millions of viewers at Reason.tv, Kennedy helped bring the cutting edge of culture into our living rooms during the 1990s through her outrageous segments as an MTV VJ, host of Alternative Nation, and on-the-spot correspondent for MTV News. In The Kennedy Chronicles, she gives us a backstage pass to the cable network that defined a generation. Join Kennedy and Reason to celebrate her new book—and get the inside scoop on what REALLY went on at MTV!
New York City
Wednesday, July 31
Play Bar at the Museum of Sex
233 5th Avenue (at E. 27th St.), New York, NY
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