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Book Talk & Signing: What Ever Happened to Sunday Dinner by Dr. Edward Iannuccilli
Thursday, September 27, 2012
7:00 PM-8:15 PM
Cost: Free and Open to the Public
Providence Public Library
150 Empire Street
Providence, RI 02903
Barnard Room (3rd Floor)
Relive the stories of the ‘40s and ‘50s with Dr. Ed as he follows the success of his bestseller, “Growing Up Italian; Grandfather’s Fig Tree and Other Stories.” Relive the dinner, hear the sounds, smell the aromas, taste the food, walk the neighborhood, meet his friends and relatives. It is a story for all, Italian American or not.
“Dr Ed’s stories of growing up in an old Northeast city evoke the sweetness, sadness, ambitions and humor of life in an Italian American family moving into the American dream. It is a memorable social history of lyric wit.” -- Robert Whitcomb, Editor, Providence Journal
Dr. Edward Iannuccilli, a retired gastroenterologist, has had extensive experience in academics, management, governance and entrepreneurial endeavors. Former Chairman of the Board at Rhode Island Hospital and a former member of the Lifespan Board, he is a Clinical Professor Emeritus at The Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University.
Dr. Iannuccilli is a graduate of Providence College and Albany Medical College. He is a published author of medical articles and of stories of his childhood. Dr. Iannuccilli has been on numerous boards and was honored as the distinguished alumnus of Albany Medical College in 1991.
Now devoting his time to writing, he is the author of the best selling book, “Growing up Italian, Grandfather’s Fig Tree and Other Stories” and now his second book, “What Ever Happened to Sunday Dinner and Other Stories.”
Parking is available at the Providence Hilton Parking Garage: $3/3 hours. Bring ticket for stamping at the Library.