Author Talk

Submitted by lmoulton on Monday May 14, 2012

Rhode Island, like many other New England colonies, decided that a central meetinghouse was necessary to conduct public

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday April 10, 2012

Brothels are legal in Rhode Island, and the governor might be taking payoffs to keep it that way...

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday March 09, 2012

Join Reading with Robin's Robin Kall at an unforgettable evening celebrating Adriana Trigiani's new book, The Shoemaker'

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday March 07, 2012

Hell Above Earth tells an unforgettable story of two World War II American bomber pilots who forged an unexpected but enduring bond in the flak-filled skies over Nazi Germany. But there's a twist...

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday February 24, 2012

Kelly Easton, Rhode Island’s award winning author of Hiroshima Dreams, The Life History of

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday February 16, 2012

Russell DeSimone, a Dorr Rebellion scholar, will present a new documentary film on the

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday February 16, 2012

Dr. Wendy Mogul is an internationally acclaimed clinical psychologist, parenting expert and the author of New York Times bestsellinh

Submitted by Anonymous on Tuesday February 14, 2012

Moses Brown School will welcome acclaimed poet Michael Harper to read selections from his published work. 

Michael Harper served as Rhode Island’s first Poet Laureate and has received a number of distinctions for his contributions

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday February 01, 2012

On July 29, 1778, a powerful French naval squadron sailed confidently to the entrance of Narragansett Bay, and signaled the commencement of the first joint French and American campaign of the Revolutionary War. In his new book, The Rhode

Submitted by Anonymous on Wednesday February 01, 2012

To say that Sam Aldrich has had an unusual and interesting life would be a serious understatement. Born into a life of wealth and privilege, Aldrich was expected to follow his father into a career of high finance. But Aldrich had other ideas