This original documentary presents the deeply personal stories of lives forever altered by the tragic Station nightclub fire that left 100 people dead, more than 200 injured, and devastated the […]
Talk by Charles Dellheim at the Jewish Book Week. Details to come.
Join us March 8, at 6:30pm EST in-person and livestream for a book talk with Ellen Warner, The Second Half. A frank, and insightful look into the lives of women […]
On the Discovery Plus Channel on 15th March. Details to come.
What can we learn from carefully crafted portraits of nine well-regarded Jewish day schools schools that vary in size, location, sponsorship, ideological orientation? How do these schools go about their work […]
Maureen Boyle, author and Stonehill College Journalism Program Director, will talk about her book Shallow Graves: The Hunt for the New Bedford Highway Serial Killer. No registration is necessary to participate. Event […]
Enjoy an evening of conversation with sculptor Nancy Schön, & Jim Braude, WGBH Host of Greater Boston & BPR Co-host. About this event At 93 years young, Nancy Schön lives […]
Barbara Brennessel at the Wellfleet Bay Mass Audubon
Since 2002, the annual New River Birding & Nature Festival takes place in and around the New River Gorge National River in the heart of the upland, hardwood forests that […]
Virtual Program – Morse Institute Library, Natick, MA – 7:00 PM (Registration begins 4/1/2021 at 8:00 AM)
No single view of a tree is a fixed snapshot in time that tells the complete story. Join Michael Wojitech of Know Your Trees to discover how trees grow, reproduce, […]
More than 200 birds regularly visit New York City each year. Long-time birders, experienced trip leaders, and authors of the upcoming Birdwatching in New York City and on Long Island, […]
Keynote Speaker: Katie Fallon is the author of the nonfiction books Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird (2020, 2017) and Cerulean Blues: A Personal Search for a Vanishing Songbird (2011), as well as […]
Join us for a compelling dialogue between Brandeis professors Rosalind Kabrhel, chair, Legal Studies Department and associate professor of the Practice in Legal Studies, and Daniel Breen, associate professor […]
Amendments in the News: The First In 1789, the First Congress of the United States proposed 12 amendments to the newly ratified Constitution, providing continued guidance to a quickly shifting […]