Author Talk

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 22, 2016

"The tide is out, the table is set." In TIDES, Jonathan White takes

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 22, 2016

Dishing it Out Little Rhody Style

Rhode Island is rich in culinary enthusiasts and foodies: join local food writers Jane Sigal, Christine Chitnis, Amy McCoy and Linda Beaulieu as they 'dish' about food and writing with
Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 22, 2016

Paul Greenberg, the author of Four Fish:  The Future of the Last Wild Fish and American Catch - The Fight for Our Local Seafood, will join us in a conversation about the state of America’s seafood culture and what he sees in the future.

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 22, 2016

As the warmer temperatures and longer days of spring unfold, many tender, young edible shoots, plants, flowers, and even a few fungi awaken a forager’s senses and delight. Learn how to identify, sustainably harvest, and prepare the wild foods

Submitted by tamason on Friday December 16, 2016


Steamships once plied the waters of Narragansett Bay,

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 15, 2016

Keri King, Providence Public Library’s 2016 Creative Fellow, will talk about her journey into the Library’s archives and lead a hands-on exploration of collage, drawing and dining.

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday August 09, 2016

Since he got fired from his Providence-based newspaper job last year, former investigative reporter Liam Mulligan has

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday June 30, 2016

Little Rhody, as its residents affectionately call Rhode Island, is a small state with a lot to offer and that's

Submitted by tamason on Thursday April 28, 2016

Romano Del

Submitted by Anonymous on Friday February 26, 2016

Michael Blanding, author of The Map Thief, gives a lecture on E. Forbes Smiley, the charming antiquarian dealer who confessed to stealing 97 maps from the most prestigious libraries.