The Genius Club

A science book club for the really, really smart

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ure, the Museum of Science is a good place to look at displays of mounted butterflies and fossils. But if it’s live conversation you’re looking for, check out the Book Club for the Curious, a barely advertised but enthusiastic meeting place for those who are interested in science and technology and how it affects society (and vice-versa). Past selections: A Briefer History of Time by Stephen Hawking and At Home in the Universe by Stuart Kauffman. The book club is free and open to anyone. Moravek

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Greater Boston ranks first in the nation in the number of bookstores per capita. With one percent of the population, we buy 3.3 percent of the books, including 4 percent of all biographies—more than any other city—and 4 percent of histories (the second highest).

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