INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE DAY 2017

Saturday, April 29. 11AM-9PM
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd


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FIRST FRIDAY COOLER COUP featuring LEFT HAND BREWING

Friday, May 7. 7PM-9PM
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd

This First Friday we'll be featuring the Left Hand Brewing. That means Happy Hour prices on their beer all night.

EIGHTBAR HAS EXTENDED HOURS FOR THIS FIRST FRIDAY (open til 11PM).

The tentative lineup:
Introvert IPA
Extrovert IPA
Travelin' Light Kolsch
Sawtooth Amber Ale
Nitro Milk Stout
Black Jack Porter

We'll also have some free Left Hand giveaways - starting at 7pm!

And, of course, we'll have snacks from the Golden West Cafe.

What the hell is a "Cooler Coup"?
You know how tap houses like to have "tap takeovers" where they highlight a particular brewery? Well, Eightbar is a bottleshop - so we have no taps. Instead, we have a Cooler Coup. Geddit?
 
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FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2017

Saturday, May 6. 11AM-9PM
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd

More details TBA.
 
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FEMALE TROUBLE with CHRIS HOLMLUND

Saturday, May 13. 7-9PM
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd

Author Chris Holmlund will be discussing her new book, Female Trouble: A Queer Film Classic.

Holmlund's book examines John Waters' 1974 dark comedy's camp aesthetic and its position in the history of independent film.

Chris Holmlund is Arts and Sciences Excellence Professor in Film and French at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Her previous books include Contemporary American Independent Film, co-edited with Justin Wyatt (Routledge, 2005) and Between the Sheets, In the Streets: Queer, Lesbian, Gay Documentary, co-edited with Cynthia Fuchs (University of Minnesota Press, 1997).
 
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Atomic Fiction Series with JOSEPH SCAPELLATO and ROBERT REPINO

Thursday, May 25. 7-9PM
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd

Joseph Scapellato, author of the story collection Big Lonesome, and Robert Repino, author of D'Arc, will be discussing their new books.

Hosted by Kathy Flann and Benn Ray.

JOSEPH SCAPELLATO's Big Lonesome (Mariner) is an inventive, ranging debut story collection from a writer hailed by Claire Vaye Watkins as “Wallace Stegner on peyote, Nathanael West in a sweat lodge, Larry McMurtry on a vision quest.”

In ROBERT REPINO's D'arc (Soho Press), the startling saga of Mort(e) continues. In the aftermath of the War With No Name, the Colony has been defeated, its queen lies dead, and the world left behind will never be the same. In her madness, the queen used a strange technology to uplift the surface animals, turning dogs and cats, bats and bears, pigs and wolves into intelligent, highly evolved creatures who rise up and kill their oppressors. And now, after years of bloodshed, these sentient beasts must learn to live alongside their sworn enemies—humans.
 

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ATOMIC MUSIC CLUB

The 3rd Wednesday of each month.
7:00PM - 9PM. Eightbar,
Atomic Books.
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd.

Check the Atomic Books Music Club Facebook Group for more information.

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EIGHTBAR DRAWING CLUB

The 4th Wednesday of each month.
7:00PM - 9PM. Eightbar,
Atomic Books.
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd.

Check the Eightbar Drawing Club Club Facebook Group for more information.

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ATOMIC READING CLUB

The LAST Tuesday of each month.
7:00PM - 9PM. Eightbar,
Atomic Books.
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd.

Our 2017 reading list.

Check the Atomic Reading Club Facebook Group for more information.

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ATOMIC COMICS KLATCH

The LAST Saturday of each month.
4-7PM. Eightbar,
Atomic Books.
Hampden, Baltimore.
3620 Falls Rd.

$5 for a pack of 5 new comics and happy hour prices at Eightbar.

More info.

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Atomic Fiction Series