The Rothbart Brothers will stop in 37 states and 75 cities, FOUND treasures in tow, for an epic cross-country romp. Davy will share the latest finds that’ve landed in the mailbox at FOUND HQ, and outrageous tales from his new book, while Peter will entertain with songs based on FOUND notes. One note Davy had on hand while discussing the tour last week with New York Times: “Dear Ron, I love you, but things have not been the same since we found out we were related.”
Writer Davy Rothbart and his musician brother Peter stop in Baltimore tomorrow at Atomic Books in Hampden as part of the 10th Anniversary Tour of Found Magazine, the magazine about found “stuff” like love letters, birthday cards, kids’ homework, to-do lists, ticket stubs, poetry on napkins, doodles, “anything that gives a glimpse into someone else’s life,” as the magazine’s website describes. Davy, the creator of the magazine, and Peter will also celebrate the release of Davy’s book of personal essays, My Heart is an Idiot, Peter’s new album, and a brand-new issue of FOUND.