Tue 25 February 2020 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Kerem House - Gedera 18, Tel Aviv,


Each month, Kerem House Book Club hosts an event where we get together to discuss a story, theme, or idea.

February’s article is “The Nuclear Family Was a Mistake”, written by David Brooks and featured in this month’s Atlantic.

General Thesis:
The family structure we’ve held up as the cultural ideal for the past half century has been a catastrophe for many. It’s time to figure out better ways to live together.

Total read time of the article is approximately 45 mins, and you can read it here! https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/03/the-nuclear-family-was-a-mistake/605536/

House Rules:
Kerem House book club events will always be created with at least three weeks before each meeting to ensure participants have enough time to read/review that month’s title. Guests are encouraged to bring a copy of their book. Attendance will be limited to 15-20 people so please only click confirming if you want to discuss the nuclear family and its impact on society.

About the Host:
James Spiro is a London native and book enthusiast. A graduate of the University of Bedfordshire with a degree in journalism, James is happy to bring his eye for literature to books that arouse passion and discussion. He has a weekly newsletter that goes out on Fridays (www.jamesspiro.com/subscribe) and is active on Twitter: @JamesSpiro

About the Kerem House:
Kerem House is a community center run by, and for, the Tel Aviv community. The Kerem House hosts shabbat meals, lectures, open mics, classes, meet-ups, and much more. The space is also available for rent for private events. The Kerem House dream is to encourage entrepreneurship and leadership from Tel Avivians to run the events they feel would enrich themselves and their community.

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