Colin Beaven, the Man Who Lived Without Electricity in Manhattan, Speaks Tonight at Schlafly Branch of St. Louis Public Library
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|Colin Beaven will be at the Schlafly Branch of St. Louis Public Library tonight.|
He even limited his food to what was grown in the 250-mile radius of his home.
Beaven will talk about his experiences tonight at the Schlafly Branch of St. Louis Public Library.
His home, it should be noted, was no backwoods farm or Amish community, he completed his "experiment" in the heart of Manhattan, and brought his wife and daughter along for the ride too.
It seems his only cheat was his blog. From his experiments he wrote the book No Impact Man, which he will discuss tonight at 7 at the St. Louis Public Library, Schlafly Branch.
Admission is free. Read Paul Friswold's full preview, and check out Beavan's interview with ABC.