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Grub Street has a ‘Joyride’ in Brookline

Grub Street hosted a “Joyride” gala the other night at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brook­line. Guests at the benefit for the Boston writing center included the night’s featured authors, Pulitzer-winner Elizabeth Strout , Reginald Dwayne Betts (right), and Edith Pearlman (left), as well as City Councilor Ayanna Pressley , Boston’s former “Baywatch” star Traci Bingham , and Grub Street’s executive director, Eve Bridburg.

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