Bull Run Restaurant
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Wednesday & Thursday: 4PM - 9PM
Friday & Saturday: 4PM - 10PM
SUNDAY BRUNCH 10AM - 2PM
Sunday Dinner 2PM - 8PM
Holiday hours vary * Closed Sun. July 4
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Information Wheelchair patrons are most easily accommodated in the Sawtelle Room at designated table #21. Please enter through our front entrance on Route 2A for ramp access.

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Dinner:

Wednesday through Sunday
Sunday Brunch:
10am - 2pm
Sunday Dinner:
2pm - 8pm

215 Great Rd., Rt. 2A
Shirley, MA 01464
Front Desk:  978-425-4311

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Doris Kearns Goodwin

Doris Kearns Goodwin
11-21-2021   

IMPORTANT! THIS EVENT REQUIRES PROOF OF VACCINATION WITH I.D., OR PROOF OF NEGATIVE COVID 19 TEST RESULTS WITHIN 72 HOURS OF SHOW TO ENTER.

Doors open at 10AM for seating and brunch service.


ALL SALES ARE FINAL. BY PURCHASING TICKETS YOU AGREE TO THE BULL RUN'S STRICT
NO REFUND POLICY & TERMS OF SERVICE.

The Bull Run Speaker Series

Doris Kearns Goodwin is a world-renowned presidential historian, public speaker and Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times #1 best-selling author. Her seventh book, Leadership in Turbulent Times, was published in September 2018 to critical acclaim and became an instant New York Times bestseller. A culmination of Goodwin’s five-decade career of studying the American presidents focusing on Presidents Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Baines Johnson, the book provides an accessible and essential road map for aspiring and established leaders in every field, and for all of us in our everyday lives.
Goodwin’s career as a presidential historian and author was inspired when as a 24-year-old graduate student at Harvard she was selected to join the White House Fellows, one of America’s most prestigious programs for leadership and public service. Goodwin worked with Johnson in the White House and later assisted him in the writing of his memoirs. She then wrote Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream, which became a national bestseller and achieved critical acclaim. It will be re-released in Spring 2019, with a new foreword highlighting LBJ’s accomplishments in domestic affairs that have stood the test of time. Goodwin was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II. The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys was adapted into an award-winning five-part television miniseries. Her memoir Wait Till Next Year is the heartwarming story of growing up loving her family and baseball. Her sixth book, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism, won the Carnegie Medal and is being developed into a film. Goodwin’s Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln served as the basis for Steven Spielberg’s hit film Lincoln and was awarded the prestigious Lincoln Prize, the inaugural Book Prize for American History, and the Lincoln Leadership Prize. Well known for her appearances and commentary on television, Goodwin is frequently seen in documentaries, on news and cable networks including Meet The Press and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She played herself as a teacher on The Simpsons and a historian on American Horror Story. She was the first woman to enter the Boston Red Sox locker room in 1979, and is a devoted fan of the World Series-winning team. Photo Credit: Annie Leibovitz

Cindi Stivers Conducting the interview on stage with Ms. Kearns Goodwin will be Cyndi Stivers, senior curator at TED, the New York–based media and conference nonprofit devoted to “ideas worth spreading.”
Her 45-year career as a reporter, writer, editor, and business executive stretches from hot-type newspapers to the mobile internet—a joyful whirl of shepherding media startups, spotting talent, and reinvigorating venerable brands on nearly every platform. From 1995 to 2005, she led the launch of Time Out in North America. While on the board of the Magazine Publishers of America (MPA) and the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), she spearheaded adoption of the industry’s first online-publishing guidelines; she also taught for six years at the Columbia School of Journalism. Stivers graduated with honors in English from Barnard College (while working full-time as a reporter at the New York Post). She served 14 years on the Barnard Board of Trustees, and in 2013 received the college’s Woman of Achievement Award. Currently, she is on the boards of HYPOTHEkids (STEM training for underserved kids in NYC) and KAVI (Kings Against Violence Initiative), and also advises Report for America, Litterati, and Miracle Messages.
Photo credit Ryan Lash/TED
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