Concerts & Events

Thursday, October 19, 2017  ♦  7:00 PM

The Book Cellar Presents

Jeff Rossen Q&A and Book Signing

4545 N Lincoln Ave · The Myron R. Szold Music & Dance Hall · 773.728.6000

  • $8 General Public
  • $8 Members

This show has been cancelled.

  • The Book Cellar will have books available for sale at this event.

    NBC Today Show's Jeff Rossen will be talking about his new book, Rossen To The Rescue, followed by an audience Q&A and book signing.

    NBC National Investigative Correspondent and host of the Today show's Rossen Reports brings us the ultimate guide to surviving day-to-day and extreme catastrophes.


    NBC National Investigative Correspondent and host of the Today show's Rossen Reports brings us the ultimate guide to surviving day-to-day and extreme catastrophes.

    Every morning, 5 million American's tune in to watch the Today show and Jeff Rossen deliver the Rossen Reports on handling everything from identity theft to gas explosions in your home. Rossen to the Rescue is the much-needed accompanying guide to this newscast, an essential handbook for everything from getting through each day without mundane misfortunes like missing your flight to enduring larger catastrophes like being stranded at sea until rescue arrives.

    A family emergency guide for every American household, Rossen to the Rescue includes everything from identity theft to fighting a house fire, with sections on practical everyday catastrophes like emergency medicine and online safety to more extenuating circumstances like fighting a house fire and escaping and avalanche. It includes favorite sections from the Rossen Reports on NBC Today and new never-before-seen tips and tricks.

    This book offers life skills and pointers for weathering catastrophes in a fun, practical way.

    Jeff Rossen began his broadcasting career in radio and then made the transition from radio to local television as a reporter. He earned an Emmy Award for “Deadline News Writing,” and has also received an award from the U.S. Justice Department for his special report on crime victims. Jeff Rossen joined NBC News as a New York based correspondent in September 2008. He contributes to all NBC News programs and platforms including Today, NBC Nightly News, MSNBC, NBCNews.com, NBC News Radio and the network's mobile properties in addition to reporting for WNBC.

The Old Town School of Folk Music, Inc.
4544 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago IL 60625  •  773.728.6000