“As medical professionals, those of us that work in the medical environment, this is really important to remember,” she said. “We don’t have an automatic sense of trust often from this population, and we have to earn it.”
“He was the greatest concert impresario of the second half of the 20th century in any era of music. He changed the way music was presented,” a jazz critic said.
Authors Joseph L. Graves Jr. and Alan H. Goodman joined the Newton Free Library and the Ashland Public Library on Wednesday night for a virtual discussion of their book Racism, Not Race: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
With 13 petals representing each of the 13 villages in Newton, Nancy Schön’s sculpture of a sunflower for the 30th birthday of the Newton Free Library exemplifies her fondness for her hometown and her appreciation for the place that inspired her to pursue art.
Newton Free Library has maintained cardholders, visitors, and book circulation. Library cardholders have been borrowing more library books every year since 2013.