A retired lawyer, a former convict, and a grandma were among those gathered at the Boston Public Library on Saturday to share stories and prose in celebration of National Poetry Month.
For the first time in 62 years, the Boston Public Library has a branch in Chinatown. Its opening marks an important commitment to ensuring each neighborhood has equal access to services.
This weekend, the BPL latest theater production, peerless, opened to the public, eliminating price barriers with pay-what-you-want admissions.
Last week, the Union of Concerned Scientists invited Dr. Vincent Intondi to speak at the Boston Public Library regarding several issues at the forefront of today’s political environment in the United States.
Books have a special ability to transport the mind into unfamiliar settings and lives foreign to our own.