Tuesday, November 17, 2015

CTVPS salutes the one & only LUCILLE BALL

The Classic TV Preservation Society and Barnes & Noble present…
The “Lucy” Show - Thursday, November 19th – from 7 to 9 PM
A special “Throwback Thursday” night – hosted by Herbie J Pilato

With special guests:  Thomas Watson and Michael Stern

731 N. San Fernando Blvd.  Burbank, CA  

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

"Seinfeld" writer Lawrence H. Levy - this week on "Throwback Thursdays" at the Burbank B&N

This Thursday night:  November 12th - from 7 to 9 PM:

Lawrence H. Levy is the special guest for "Throwback Thursday" at the Burbank Barnes and Noble.

Mr. Levy will discuss his vast TV writing career (including Seinfeld!), and also discuss and sign copies of his new mystery novel, Second Street Nation.

Details below!  Come join us!

Burbank Barnes & Noble (across from IKEA)
731 N. San Fernando Road
Burbank, CA
(818) 558-1383

Lawrence H. Levy is a two-time Emmy nominee and a WGA Award winner for SEINFELD.  His credits include SEINFELD, ROSEANNE, FAMILY TIES, SAVED BY THE BELL… and the list goes on.  Mr. Levy has also written for hour shows like SEVENTH HEAVEN, SAVANNAH, TRAPPER JOHN, and many more.  He has run animation shows and has sold features to Columbia and Disney. Needless to say, he has had a very eclectic career and has just started on a new chapter. His first novel, SECOND STREET STATION, was published by Random House/Broadway Books this year. It is an historical fictional mystery based on a real story about a young woman, Mary Handley. During the late 1800’s when there were no policewomen, she was asked by the Brooklyn Police Department to help sleuth a high profile murder. During her investigation, she comes upon Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, J.P. Morgan, the inventor of Coca-Cola, etc, all of whom are suspects and about whom certain interesting, little known facts are revealed. His second book in the Mary Handley series, BROOKLYN ON FIRE, will be out on January 19th

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

This week: "A Royal Night of Classic TV Writing Kings"

This Throwback Thursday:

Sam Bobrick

Ed Scharlach

Arnie Kogen

Each writer legends of classic television.

At the Burbank Barnes & Noble

731 N. San Fernando Blvd.

7 to 9 PM.