December 2008, Volume 12, Number 10

Cultural Spotlight

FCLA and Books & Books present Alan Alda

A standing-room crowd joined the Florida Center for the Literary Arts and Books & Books for a conversation with actor/author Alan Alda.

Alda won Emmys for his work on The West Wing and M*A*S*H and an Academy Award nod for a supporting role in 2004’s The Aviator.

The critically acclaimed Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself, picks up where Alda’s New York Times best-selling memoir, Never Have Your Dog Stuffed, and Other Things I’ve Learned, left off.

His appearance in South Florida was among a series of programs and events sponsored by the Florida Center for the Literary Arts, a division of Miami Dade College.

— Staff report

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