Yes, thank you.
On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 10:20 AM Steve Courtney <
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> Hugh, this should actually get you there. My bad.
> If it doesn't for some reason, if you go to the Mark Twain House website
> -- marktwainhouse.org -- and search for "Trouble," Thursday's "Trouble at
> Home" should come up as the first entry.
> Sorry for the, er, Trouble!
> Steve Courtney
> Curatorial Special Projects Coordinator
> The Mark Twain House & Museum
> 351 Farmington Avenue
> Hartford, Connecticut 06105
> From: Mark Twain Forum <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Hugh Davis <
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> Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 2020 9:34 AM
> To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Trouble at Home
> The two hyperlinks provided send us either to the last time Dr. Driscoll
> spoke (2018) or to an Outlook account sign-in.
> On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 7:04 AM Steve Courtney <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Greetings, all!
> > As some of you know, ten years ago I called Barb Snedecor and asked
> > permission to pillage the name of the wonderful Center for Mark Twain
> > Studies lecture series, "The Trouble Begins at Eight," altering it
> > for the early-to-bed Hartford audience: "The Trouble Begins at 5:30."
> > In the past decade we've welcomed more than 90 speakers on subjects
> > ranging from literary to historical to domestic (the corset lecture comes
> > to mind) to odd ("Mark Twain versus Sherlock Holmes" comes to mind). We
> > have remained hand-in-hand with Elmira, which now under Joe Lemak has
> > provided important support for the series, for which we are heartily
> > grateful.
> > Our Tenth Anniversary Spring series was blitzed by the emergency. We
> > hope for the fall, but meanwhile we are injecting the spirit of the
> > into a series of virtual programs, via Crowdcast, staring Thursday -- at
> > 5:30. We call it "Trouble at Home."
> > We'll feature a live interview of about half an hour with Dr. Kerry
> > Driscoll, Associate Editor at the Mark Twain Project, Professor Emeritus
> > the University of St. Joseph, trustee of The Mark Twain House and Museum,
> > and recent historian of Mark Twain's thorny relationship with Native
> > Americans in Mark Twain and the Indians. Kerry, long associated with, and
> > an important figure at the museum, was our first speaker in the series in
> > May 2010. I'll be asking her about her current work at the Project and
> > anything else that crosses our minds.
> > Again, Thursday, May 14, at 5:30 p.m. EDT. Here's the link for
> > registration (it's free). Enjoy!
> > marktwainhouse.org/TroubleAtHome/Kerry<
> > >
> > All best,
> > Steve
> > Steve Courtney
> > Curatorial Special Projects Coordinator
> > The Mark Twain House & Museum
> > 351 Farmington Avenue
> > Hartford, Connecticut 06105
> > 860-302-8969