Fellow seekers of wisdom and truth, at last I can confirm a New York City appearance on our worldwide tour of the East Coast and Chicago. Here are the facts, Jack:

New York, NY, Tuesday, March 22, 6PM
Barnes and Noble
105 5th Avenue (18th Street)
New York, NY
BPers in attendance: Jay Jaffe, Ben Lindbergh, Steven Goldman, Emma Span, Tommy Bennett and more TBA.

We look forward to seeing you there, talking baseball, and signing your books, parakeets, and relics of Joe DiMaggio. The same goes for these previously announced gigs:

Washington, DC. Monday, March 7, 7 PM
Politics & Prose 5015 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 
BPers in attendance: Kevin Goldstein, Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe, Ben Lindbergh

Chicago, IL. Wednesday, March 9, 6 PM
DePaul University Loop Campus Bookstore
1 East Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, IL
BPers in attendance: Kevin Goldstein, Colin Wyers, Ken Funck

Boston, MA. Tuesday, March 15, 12 noon
Northeastern University Bookstore
Snell Library @ Northeastern
360 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA
BPers in attendance: Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe, Marc Normandin

Boston, MA. Tuesday, March 15, 7 PM
Boston University Bookstore                                       
660 Beacon Street
Boston, MA
BPers in attendance: Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe, Marc Normandin

Princeton, NJ, Wednesday, March 23, 7 PM
Barnes & Noble, Marketfair
3535 Us Route 1, Princeton, NJ
BPers in attendance: Tommy Bennett, Ben Lindbergh, Cliff Corcoran, Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe and more.

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Any shot at philly?
I second the call for a Philadelphia event.

Also, can these Book Tour events please be added to the Events and Appearances calendar on the left side?
In a previous blog post, the Philly situation was discussed at some length. We Philly folks will have to settle for a road trip to Princeton this year.

Frankly, I don't mind. The previous Princeton event was a full house and a lot of fun. (The pizza was only so-so but the price was right.) As long as we get a decent crowd and lots of good baseball talk, I'll drive the hour+ each way.
The New York event needs to state that its a Barnes and Noble, I think.
Thanks, D. I didn't mean to suggest that we would be milling about on that corner.
Any hope/prayer for a northern NJ event? I know some very charming conference rooms.
Just curious .... how would one get to the Princeton event if they were carless?

(I'm busy on the NYC night)
Princeton Junction has an NJ Transit/Amtrak stop. It's not much of a cab ride from there to Marketfair on US1. Just check train schedules for the trip home - Princeton Junction is used a lot by commuters but I don't know how many trains stop there northbound in the later evening. You won't need a taxi back to the station - someone will give you a ride (yes, I'm volunteering).

...Or you could rent a car for a day...then you don't have to care about train schedules.

...Or see if one of the NY-based folks can give you a ride...

Karl in Philly

While the train ride down to P'ton during rush hour can be pretty quick if you're on an express train (about an hour), the return trip will be a local ride and will take much longer.

Below are the return trains:

- Leaves
- P'ton :::: Arrives
- Jnctn :::: NYC
09.20 pm :: 10:39 pm
10:04 pm :: 11:25 pm
11:16 pm :: 12:41 am
12:01 am :: 01:22 am
01:12 am :: 02:49 am

[And if the event goes later than that... well, there are also hotels next door to Marketfair]

For those NYCers who do wish to brave the train schedule listed above, I will volunteer to shuttle however many of you can fit into my car over to the station (in addition to KBarth).
You guys are wonderful. I love our readers.
I second that emotion.
You guys coming back to the Yogi Berra Museum this year?
Yogi is being remodeled, so unfortunately no.