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Mark Curtis "Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey..." Book Tour Milwaukee Signing

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(Elm Grove, Wisconsin)

Greetings from suburban Milwaukee, where the book tour marches on!

On Sunday I will be doing a book discussion and signing at O'Donoghue's Irish Pub, 13225 Watertown Plank Road in Elm Grove, from 3 to 6 p.m.(or later. Hey, we're Irish! Ya' never know when the party will end!)

There I am in the photo with my book and bar owner Jamie O'Donoghue. The O'Donoghues and I go back 36 years, when Danny Jr. and I played freshman football together at Marquette University High School. My dad, who loved to sit at the end of the bar with a mug of beer, was affectionately known as "Norm" to the loyal Irish crowd.

Come join us! I'll have plenty of war stories and jokes from the campaign and lots of books to sign and sell. If you can't join us, you can buy a copy of "Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey with Clinton, McCain and Obama in the Making of the President 2008" by clicking on the blue book button on the right of this screen!

Milwaukee Will Always Be My Hometown

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(Milwaukee, Wisconsin)

No matter where you go in life, there is no place like home. I write this at the legendary "Miss Katie's Diner" at 19th and Clybourn, in my hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

I was on WITI-TV Fox 6 News this morning, with anchor Nicole Koglin (Photo above). It's one of my favorite TV stations, perhaps because it was home to "Albert the Alley Cat" for so many years! The forecast is calling for four to seven inches of snow in the next day, so I am excited to be home!

Anyway, I wrote about "Miss Katie's Diner" when I was on the campaign trail last year, so I just had to come back for another great breakfast. This is a big political hangout, and I am seated not far from a cardboard cutout of Hillary Clinton.

My book tour continues in Milwaukee for another three days, then it's back to Chicago. If you are in the area, stop by O'Donoghue's Irish Pub in Elm Grove from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday for a book party and signing!

In the meantime, buy my book and help stimulate the economy. "Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey with Clinton, McCain and Obama in the Making of the President 2008" is available by clicking on the book book button on the right side of this screen!

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