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Con­ser­va­tive provo­ca­teur Milo Yiannopou­los — who has prompted pro­gres­sive col­lege stu­dents to riot and has toured the na­tion with Ann Coul­ter dur­ing the 2016 elec­tion — has a book ar­riv­ing shortly. It is sim­ply ti­tled “Dan­ger­ous.” Af­ter los­ing a pre­vi­ous book con­tract, Mr. Yiannopou­los founded Dan­ger­ous Books, his own pub­lish­ing house; the 232-page book will be avail­able on July 4, pri­mar­ily through Barnes & No­ble and Amazon at this junc­ture.

Mean­while, the book par­ties have be­gun; there’s one in New York City on Satur­day.

“In honor of my new book, I am throw­ing a party for the out­casts, the rebels and the gay con­ser­va­tives who speak, think and live free of lib­eral de­mands,” Mr. Yiannopoulous says, ad­vis­ing at­ten­dees to “live free, live dan­ger­ous.”

The event takes place in an ar­tis­ti­cally minded club and restau­rant lo­cated in a for­mer church in Man­hat­tan, fea­tur­ing “farm to chop­sticks” Asian fare and cock­tails bear­ing such names as Tea & Sym­pa­thy, Paloma Brava and Re­verse Ves­per.

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