The Old North Church will host a book signing with Nancy Schön in the Washington Courtyard as part of their Independence Day weekend festivities. Bring your friends and family and come meet Nancy! Admission required.
Jewish Federation of the Berkshires presents Dr. David E. Kaufman as he discusses "JEWHOOING NEW YORK: Iconic NY Jews, A-Z." Visit the event page for details. A visual and historical celebration of Jewish accomplishment in the arts and culture of New York City and in multiple social, economic, religious and political realms as well. Proceeding […]
The Hampton Synagogue will feature Hadassah Lieberman on Thursday, July 8, as part of their 25th Annual Author Discussion Series. Moderated by Rabbi Avraham Bronstein, the event will also be broadcasted nationwide on JBS TV. View Hampton's online Summer 2021 Brochure (page 11) for the full series lineup.
Goodnow Library in Sudbury MA present Joe Bagley on his new book. Join us for a book talk on July 13 at 7:00pm! Joe Bagley, the City Archaeologist of Boston, will be discussing his new book, Boston's Oldest Buildings and Where to Find Them. As Boston approaches its four-hundredth anniversary, it is remarkable that it still […]
Tower Hill Botanic Garden presents Michael Wojtech online to discuss "Bark: Getting to Know Your Trees." A limited number of participants will have a chance to join Michael outside at Tower Hill on July 17, 11:00 – 12:30. Visit the event page for details.
Finding Boston’s Hidden History The city of Boston is well-known for its role in American history and abounds with architectural artifacts from some of the country’s most significant periods. In this two-part session, learn how Boston’s City Archaeologist and author of Boston’s Oldest Buildings and Where to Find Them, Joe Bagley tracks down the city’s oldest […]
Hadassah: Women's Zionist Organization of America presents a joint interview with Hadassah Lieberman and her daughter Rebecca Lieberman with Janice Weinman.
Join City of Boston Archaeologist Joe Bagley on a walking tour of Downtown’s oldest surviving buildings featured in his recent book, Boston's Oldest Buildings and Where to Find Them. This tour features insights into the hidden and diverse histories of these buildings, all of which date to before the American Revolution, as well as sites […]
The Charlestown Historical Society to host a walking tour with Boston City archaeologist Joe Bagley. Details to come.
Tune in to the Tom Sumner Program (WFOV Radio, Flint, MI) to hear author Bill Sargent discuss the new edition of his book Crab Wars.
Tune in to The Noon Balloon (KSCO Radio, Santa Cruz, CA) to hear about Bill Sargent's new edition of his book Crab Wars, 12:30pm PT/3:30 ET.
Tune in to Leonard Lopate at Large (WBAI Radio, New York, NY) to hear author Bill Sargent discuss the new edition of his book Crab Wars.
NYC Audubon's 17th Annual Fall Roost at the Central Park Zoo supports efforts to protect wild birds and their habitats in the five boroughs through scientific research, community engagement, advocacy, and boots-on-the-ground restoration. Event details are available at nycaudubon.org.
The beauty, solace, and sense of belonging to a much bigger world outside of our own is both appealing and good for the soul — birding can provide that and more. Whether you are in the suburbs, countryside or in urban areas, there are many species of birds to be admired, with more than 200 […]
Author Bill Sargent will discuss his new edition of Crab Wars with Cyrus Webb on Blog Talk Radio's #ConversationsLive. Tune in here!