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April 18: Varsity Letters at The Gallery at LPR in Manhattan.


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April 18: Seven Years of Sam Walker's WSJ Sports

Gelf returns to The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge to pay tribute to the Wall Street Journal's sports coverage, led by editor Sam Walker, who is leaving the section this spring to become the Journal's deputy enterprise editor. Many of the writers and editors who worked with Walker to build the WSJ's distinctive approach to daily sports coverage starting in March 2009—a mix of scoops, humor, investigation, insight, obsessive quantification, deep analysis, the offbeat, and a notable lack of traditional game stories—will be taking the stage with Walker to read from and talk about their favorite WSJ sports work and emails from the boss.

March 22: The Audacity of Hoop

In the middle of primary season and March Madness, Gelf returns to The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge to discuss the meaning of basketball. Sports Illustrated senior writer Alexander Wolff will be discussing his new book The Audacity of Hoop: Basketball and the Age of Obama. He'll be joined by Shawn Fury, author of Rise and Fire: The Origins, Science, and Evolution of the Jump Shot --- and How It Transformed Basketball Forever.

Varsity Letters Feb. 23: Fan Appreciation Night

Gelf returns to The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge for a night to devoted to you, the fans. Sports Illustrated executive editor Jon Wertheim., will read from and discuss his new book co-written with Sam Sommers, This Is Your Brain on Sports: The Science of Underdogs, the Value of Rivalry, and What We Can Learn from the T-Shirt Cannon. He'll be joined by ESPN producer Justine Gubar, author of Fanaticus: Mischief and Madness in the Modern Sports Fan. Rounding out the evening will be Wall Street Journal sports columnist Jason Gay, who wrote Little Victories: Perfect Rules for Imperfect Living.

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