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On Tuesday, May 22, 2001, we held our first New York City event, a reading at the KGB Bar. We had a packed SRO house for contributors Colin Berry, Susan Scheid, Emily Koehn, and Todd Schindler. The reading suggested the diversity of style and content of On the Page. Works addressed topics of death and memory, sexual identity and lust, bowling and intimacy, the film Chocolat and Mayor Giuliani's crusade against the Brooklyn Museum.

A few weeks earlier, on April 26, about 100 folks attended our Adult Adolescence Party at the Balazo Mission Badlands Gallery in San Francisco. Extra Ghost provided the music to entertain guests who entered photos of their adolescent selves in our contests, responded to a survey on growing up, viewed a collection of photographs on Turning Twelve by Caroline Berry (no relation to Colin), mingled, and generally had a good time.

For information about our first event held last November, click here.

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On the Page adult adolescence party, April 26, 2001

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