by Josh Gross
Thursday the 13th doesn't have the same occult references its subling Friday does. But that's because it considers itself more dignified, less superstitious and hysterical. Rather than fear-mongering, it prefers to keep things classy, scholarly even.
That's good, cause it's friggin' cold outside Mr. Bigglesworth. And this Thursday the 13th is making good by offering Le Boisiousie their choice of indoor reading based activities.
Rediscovered Bookshop will be hosting a meeting of the Fantastic World's Book Club at 6:30 p.m.
The Idaho Black History Museum will be hosting a meeting of The Human Rights Book Club.
And The Sun Valley Center for the Arts will be presenting Roland Smith, the award-winning author of the Cryptid Hunters series.
And if you happen to pass a black cat on the way to one of these events, feel free to stop and give it a pat on the head. It's Thursday.