Boston Globe columnist Joanna Weiss will speak on “Politics, Politics – Everyone is Talking Politics!” at a special program of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills. Ms. Weiss will give her insights into the race for President and how it has changed from a year ago. This event is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served.
Joanna Weiss has been an op-ed columnist, political reporter, and debate moderator for the Boston Globe, and her columns appear in newspapers across the country. She has been a frequent commentator on WGBH and WBZ television and radio, and her writing has appeared in Politico, Slate, Pacific Standard, The Economist, and the live show Listen to Your Mother. Previously, she worked for the Globe’s Arts Department as a TV critic and pop culture reporter, and wrote a regular column about parenting. She is the author of the novel Milkshake, a satire about the politics of motherhood.
Weiss has also worked as a metro reporter and covered local and national politics. Before joining the Boston Globe in 1999, she covered Louisiana politics for the New Orleans Times-Picayune. She studied history and literature at Harvard, and lives in Milton with her husband and two children. She is also a Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills member.
Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills is at 18 Shoolman Way (off Lodge Street) in Milton, and is handicapped accessible. There should be ample free parking, and no parking is allowed on Lodge or Maitland Streets. Excess parking is available at the rear of St. Elizabeth’s lot on Randolph Ave. For more information, call 617-698-3394 or email office@BethShalomBlueHills.org.
—REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED—
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18 Shoolman Way
Milton, MA 02186