SPJ Mixer Tonight with TJ Sullivan

What no open bar?! Who do they think we are?…Oh yeah…right…professional journalists.



Writer TJ Sullivan has traveled the road from journalism to book author and will share his insights at a Society of Professional Journalists’ mixer on Jan. 26 in downtown LA.

Sullivan has written for several publications, including the Los Angeles Times, and is a contributor at LAObserved.com. He’s also the author of “Boon,” the story of a young newspaper reporter who believes in the power of truth, at least until she tries to buy a house in the suburbs of LA.

The mixer is free and open to all! Please let us know you’re coming by sending an e-mail to: spjlosangeles@gmail.com

Founded in 1909 as Sigma Delta Chi, SPJ promotes the free flow of
information vital to a well-informed citizenry; works to inspire and
educate the next generation of journalists; and protects First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and press. To learn more about SPJ-LA, visit our Web site: spjla.wordpress.com

WHAT: SPJ-LA’s January Mixer

WHO: Our guest will be writer TJ Sullivan

WHEN: 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 26

WHERE: We’ll meet in the back room at the Redwood Bar and Grill, 316 W.
2nd Street in downtown L.A.; 213-680-2600. Street and lot parking is
available in the area. The bar is close to the Civic Center Red Line
Metro stop.

COST: It’s free fun for all! (You’ll have to buy your own drinks. Happy hour ends at 7 p.m. so get your drinks early!)