Author Visit with Nick Corasaniti - I Don't Want to Go Home

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Please join us as we welcome New York Times correspondent, author, and former Chatham resident, Nick Corasaniti. He will discuss his debut book, I Don't Want to Go Home: The Oral History of the Stone Pony, a captivating oral history of the iconic music venue the Stone Pony and of the rise, fall, and rebirth of Asbury Park, New Jersey—featuring interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Steve Van Zandt, Southside Johnny, members of the E Street Band and Asbury Jukes, the Ramones, the Jonas Brothers, Jack Antonoff, and other legendary musicians. The program will be a Q&A format and Nick will be joined by CHS teacher, Terrence Ferguson, who will moderate. 

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smiling manNick Corasaniti is a domestic correspondent covering national politics for the New York Times. He has covered four presidential cycles, along with countless congressional, gubernatorial and mayoral races in more than 15 years at the Times. He was once the Times’s Jersey correspondent, tracking the politics, policy, people, trains, beaches, and eccentricities that give the Garden State its charm. He is a born and raised—and exceptionally proud—New Jerseyan, who splits his time between Asbury Park and Brooklyn.