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WOMEN'S SPECIAL EVENT ($22) Good Girls Getting "Hammer'd" - -- An Unconventional Evening...Tuesday, November 5th @ 7:30pm
JCC Staenberg Family Complex - Arts and Education Building
St. Louis, MO
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WOMEN'S SPECIAL EVENT ($22) Good Girls Getting "Hammer'd" - -- An Unconventional Evening...Tuesday, November 5th @ 7:30pm
Special Guest Host  Comedienne Wendy Hammers
Hammers loves to actand act up! With  regular performances in Vegas, Atlantic City and Los Angeles; and appearances on The Sopranos, Curb Your Enthusiasm, MTV, VH-1 and Oprah, Hammers tours the country with her award-winning, one-woman comedy shows, sharing her hilarious rallying cry for women.

Tania Grossinger..MEMOIR OF AN INDEPENDENT WOMAN: An Unconventional Life Well Lived
Defying societal conventions in an era when women were expected to marry, stay home, and have children, Grossinger forged her own path. From her childhood at the famous Grossinger's resort in the Catskills; to founding her own PR firm, representing such famously diverse clients as The Feminine Mystique and the Playboy club, Grossinger rubbed shoulders with some of America's most famous figures: Ayn Rand, Timothy Leary, Jackie Robinson, and countless others. This brave memoir reveals the trajectory of a remarkable life, without apology.

Lynn PovichTHE GOOD GIRLS REVOLT:How the Women of Newsweek Sued their Bosses and Changed the Workplace
Editor-in-Chief of Working Woman magazine and managing editor/senior executive producer for MSNBC.com, Povich began her career at Newsweek as a secretary, when office culture was rife with sexual stereotyping. In March 1970, forty-six female employees of Newsweek filed a class action suit charging discrimination in hiring and promotion. Povich was one of the ringleaders. In 1975 she became the first female senior editor in the magazine's history. This fast-moving narrative offers many timely lessons for working women concerned about discrimination today, and for the companies that employ them. "Lynn Povich turns this epic revolt into a lesson on why and how we've just begun." - Gloria Steinem

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JCC Staenberg Family Complex - Arts and Education Building (View)
2 Millstone Campus Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
United States


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Arts > Literary

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Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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