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Hey NY! Wanna Hang Out With Ed Begley Jr. Tonight?

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begley.jpgEd Begley Jr. has made one of his rare east coast trips (the guy hates to travel for environmental reasons) and if you’re in NYC tonight, you can go hang with the green guru tonight at the Strand Bookstore. Environmental Defense is putting on the event, with Eco-Libris presenting an offset scheme whereas customers can pay to plant a tree to balance out books they purchase in the store. The purchase is made at checkout and customers will receive there an Eco-Libris sticker saying “One tree planted for this book.”

All of this revolves around Ed’s new book Living Like Ed — which pretty much translates the ‘down-to-earth’ practical advice the Begleys dish on their TV show into book form. We’ve no idea if Rachelle will be present, but chances are if she is in NY, she’ll be out shopping anyways.

Have fun tonight — and tell Ed we said hello!

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