Addiction to be Addressed at this Thursday’s Q&A Cafe with Carol Joynt and Christopher Kennedy Lawford
Addiction, once the shunned and shied away topic of high society has slowly and surely made its way to the forefront of mainstream media. This Thursday, May 9th, Carol Joynt will interview Christopher Kennedy Lawford during the Q&A Cafe taping at the Ritz Carlton Georgetown. They will be talking addiction and recovery, saving one’s life and the lives of others. The author, activist and actor is currently on a tour for his recent book Recover to Live.
For reservations please contact Esmaralda Prifold at 202.912.4100. Or email her firstname.lastname@example.org The fee is $38, all inclusive. Seating begins at noon.
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