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In the Unlikeliest of Places

   Toni Glickman’s Book Launch

July 22, 2022 — Café Milano’s Georgetown — “Champagne at Seven! Seven”Speaking Volumes, LLC

Table 3: Rob Rosenfeld, Dror Zetouni (America Israel Chamber of Commerce), Shura Saul
Jennifer Rosvally, Joseph & Leah Zetouni, Nomandlovu & Tim Ndaki Ruth Glassenberg, Jane & Neil Levy,

Dr. Paul Katz

Marty & Nancy Rosenfeld
Toni Glickman, Sharon Glickman

& Matt Collier

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER (Saturday, July 17, 2004)

Chicago, “the Windy City,” defied all odds as everyone gathered Saturday evening under clear skies in celebration of AAA’s “first and only” summer gala. Getting to Chicago was another story! As the marquee was going up in the garden on Friday and tables were being set for 85 guests, stranded travelers began phoning. Chicago’s airports had shut down due to a severe thunderstorm watch. For AAA’s  hostess Nancy Rosenfeld, it was instant panic since most guests were arriving by air—Publishers and AAA authors, from coast-to-coast. Nevertheless, everyone safely made it despite flight delays up to seven hours and one case of lost luggage.  Roasting the Host: Brook Noel (Champion Press) Doctors Jan Fawcett and Bernard Golden (Nancy’s co-authors, New Hope for  People with Bipolar Disorder), and Michael Steinberg, Agent.

The Keystone Chamber Ensemble

Head musician - Linda Loiben-Kaplan (cellist) 

Anita & Jordan Miller (Academy Chicago)

                    & Nancy Rosenfeld

                     Bon appétit!

Table 2: Nancy King, Brook Noel & Sara Pattow (Champion Press), Chuck Carroll

Table 4: Jan Fawcett, Bernie Golden, Dorothy McCoy, Glen Campbell
Paula Munier (Adams Media)

Text Box: #1: September 15, 2014 — Studio Daniel Libeskind, NYC — “In the Unlikeliest of Places”
Wilfrid Laurier University Press

In the Unlikeliest of Places: How Nachman Libeskind Survived the Nazis, the Gulags and Soviet Communism by Annette Libeskind Berkovits and foreword by Daniel Libeskind, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Canada (Nachman Libeskind, father of Annette Libeskind Berkovits and acclaimed international architect Daniel Libeskind, creator of master plan of Ground Zero, new World Trade Center) 

August 3, 2021—Deerfield, Illinois – The Men’s Club at Congregation B'nai Tikvah, “Laughing at Myself”, University Press of Kansas

August 3, 2021, Deerfield, Illinois – The Men’s Club at Congregation B'nai Tikvah held a “Live Chat” on Tuesday evening August 3rd, featuring AAA author Dan Glickman, the U.S. Representative from Kansas 4th Congressional District (1976-1994), U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (1996-2000), and President of the Motion Picture Association of America (2004-2011), and with remarks by The Honorable Congressman Brad Schneider, Illinois’s 10th District in the United States House of Representatives. We had a wonderful turnout for the event!  Brad Schneider presented the questions, and Dan’s responses were powerful, in-depth, and peppered with interesting anecdotes recounted in his usual captivating, self-deprecating style. The audience loved it!

Nancy Rosenfeld, Secretary/Congressman Dan Glickman, Congressman Brad Schneider, Mark and Wendy Yura and Bruce Domash, Men’s Club President

#2: March 6, 2022 — Skytop Lounge, Plaza 400, NYC —  “The Corset Maker”

                          Amsterdam Publishers —Amsterdam, The Netherlands

     #3: September 13, 2022  —  Studio Libeskind , NYC  —  “Aftermath, a memoir”


Liesbeth Heenk, Daniel Libeskind, Nina Libeskind
Nancy Rosenfeld, and Annette Libeskind Berkovits

Matt and Nancy

Delivering presentation


Annette Libeskind Berkovits —  Book Launches


Rebecca Cooper, moderator

with Toni Glickman


Secretary / Congressman Dan Glickman Welcomed at Book Event for “Live Chat”

David Berkovits Annette and Nancy

Hosted by Nina & Daniel Libeskind  &

The Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Celebrating the release of AFTERMATH, a memoir

Daniel Libeskind
Annette and Nancy



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