On #CyberMonday, much like Black Friday, we tend to think of the biggest stores first when we fire up the ole browser, but many local independent stores (including yours truly) support online shopping as well--online shopping that includes shipping, in store pick up, and gift wrapping. And, with all the sale-surfing, price checking, ship-to-arrive confirmation, […]Find out more »
Attention New England sports fans—our next author talk is for you! Join us at the State Library of Massachusetts on Monday, December 2, for a conversation with Richard A. Johnson, curator of The Sports Museum at TD Garden and co-author (with Glenn Stout) of The Pats: An Illustrated History of the New England Patriots (published […]Find out more »
Interactive discussion, sea stories, maritime mischief and book signing. James will take you behind the scenes of his action adventure novel Beyond Beauport featuring a strong female protagonist in quest of her seafaring and pirate ancestry from New England to historic ports of the Eastern Seaboard to the Florida Keys and Caribbean where past and […]Find out more »
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.