Man, if you know Sebastian Junger, the rhyme scheme in the headline really doesn’t work, does it? No matter. If you know Sebastian Junger, you know we’re being presented with a pretty cool opportunity tonight when he speaks on the plenary stage. The author of “A Perfect Storm,” the book from which George Clooney’s awful Massachusetts accent was launched, and now the best-selling “Tribes,” Junger is a journalist who has been to the farthest reaches of the world and experienced the best and worst of it. His thoughts tonight on the nature of calamities and how they bring us together promise to be thought-provoking. Should you want a deeper dive, make sure to grab a signed copy of “Tribes” at his booksigning during the opening reception in the exhibit hall at 6:15 p.m.
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