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Alton Brown at Lincoln Theatre Tonight

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The Food Network's beloved nerdy scientist, Alton Brown, will be at the

Lincoln Theatre

 tonight at 7:30 to read from his latest book,

Good Eats 2: The Middle Years

. Tickets are still available, and you get two of them when you buy Brown's book at any

Books & Books

location or at the door before the event.

Good Eats 2 ($37.50) is the sequel to Good Eats: The Early Years, which recaps 80 episodes of Brown's TV show. The second book recounts more episodes, complete with behind-the-scenes photos, cooking tips, and recipes.

For more information, call Books & Books at 305-442-4408.

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