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Jenna and Barbara Bush have postponed their book event at Medford’s Chevalier Theatre yet again. The daughters of George W. Bush (and the granddaughters of George H.W. Bush) were originally scheduled to talk about their memoir, “Sisters First: Stories From Our Wild and Wonderful Life,” on Jan. 5 but a winter storm forced a postponement.
The sisters — Jenna is a “Today” show correspondent and Barbara is cofounder of the nonprofit Global Health Corps — were scheduled to speak Thursday at the Chevalier, but the nor’easter prompted the promoter to postpone yet again.
Asked if there’s a new date, a Chevalier spokeswoman said not yet.
“The dead of summer, I hope!” she wrote in an e-mail.
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