Boston Black Male Artist Collective at the Newsfeed Café

Join us at the Newsfeed Café for a pop-up art show of artists from the Boston Black Male Artist Collective. Artists will be in attendance and will be discussing the impact of arts and culture on the community. The art show is presented in conjunction with KEVIN POWELL’s lecture, “Looking for Martin―Dr. King, Community, Civil Rights, Social Media, and the New Activism,” part of the Boston Public Library’s Lowell Lecture Series.

The show is co-sponsored with MATT PARKER, a creative writer, community organizer, and poet/spoken word artist.

Artist talks begin at 7:30 PM. Wine and beer available for purchase with valid ID.

Reserve your free ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-activism-works-of-the-boston-black-male-artist-collective-tickets-42464162453


Literary Trivia at the Newsfeed Cafe

We’re excited for another round of Literary Trivia, presented with Reader Services at the Central Library. It’s a book lover’s trivia night—and more fun than you thought you were allowed to have at the library—hosted by the Boston Public Library and the Newsfeed Cafe. Whether you’re a lover of Langston Hughes or go crazy for Judith McNaught, come test your knowledge of all things literary and battle for victory and prizes. You can enter as a team or an individual, or join forces with a fellow lit lover on site. The event is free. Refreshments (including beer and wine with valid ID) will be available for purchase at the Newsfeed Cafe.

Check-in starts at 6pm. First question will be read at 6:30pm. Come early to claim your table and grab some food before the fun begins!

RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/literary-trivia-night-at-the-newsfeed-cafe-tickets-42355226623


The Edible Page with LOUISE MILLER

The Boston Public Library’s Newsfeed Cafe is pleased to host LOUISE MILLER, author of The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living and The Late Bloomers Club,  in conversation with DEBORAH NORKIN, Food Writing Editor at Pangyrus literary magazine, about baking, and writing.

This event is free and open to the public.


The Edible Page with JENNA BLUM

The Boston Public Library’s Newsfeed Cafe is pleased to welcome JENNA BLUM, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us in conversation with GREG HARRIS, Founding Editor of  Pangyrus literary magazine, about her new book The Lost Family.