Opening Lecture: Rewrite, Organize, Remix: Visions of Feminist Organizing

Knafel Center 10 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA

In-Person or ZOOM The opening event for Rewrite, Organize, Remix: Visions of Feminist Organizing features the American Library Association president Emily Drabinski and the climate activist Thanu Yakupitiyage in conversation with the exhibition curator Mimosa Shah. Shouts of struggle echo through the Schlesinger Library’s collections. Rewrite, Organize, Remix: Visions of Feminist Organizing presents the dynamic stories of groups that mobilized to name and challenge injustice. […]

AUTHORSLIVE: ADUS: THE PERFECT HOUSING SOLUTION: Sheri Koones in Conversation with Fred Camillo

Greenwich Library's Black Box Theater 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich

AuthorsLive welcomes author Sheri Koones to Greenwich Library's Marx Family Black Box Theater. She will be discussing her new book, ADUs: The Perfect Housing Solution, in conversation with Town of Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo and Greenwich Real Estate Agent Mark Pruner. An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a smaller housing unit built on the same lot as a […]

VersoFest at The Westport Library

The Westport Library 20 Jesup Road, Westport

April 3 through April , 2024 Opening event: Chuck D in conversation with Akashic Books publisher Johnny Temple, with media host, entrepreneur, and music executive June Archer introducing the guest of honor. VersoFest is The Westport Library’s annual music and media conference and festival where knowledge is shared and inspiration is discovered — a forum […]

$50 – $60

Revolutionary: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones at Wesleyan

Frank Center for Public Affairs 238 Church Street, Middletown

In these turbulent times, journalism, like democracy itself, feels more revolutionary than ever as the boundary between journalism and activism blurs. Please join us for a conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones, the Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the 1619 Project and a staff writer at The New York Times Magazine, about journalism, social justice, and the praise and […]

In Community: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones at The District Music Hall

District Music Hall 71 Wall Street, Norwalk

Join us May 2 for an “In Community: A Conversation with Nikole Hannah-Jones” distinguished New York Times Magazine domestic correspondent and creator of The 1619 Project. Produced in partnership with The Equity Lab, powered by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) and Connecticut Public, the program will explore many of the themes Hannah-Jones explores in her work for The New York Times Magazine, as producer of […]

$20 – $50

Serving The Whole Child A Focus on Safe Housing at The Garde

Garde Arts Center 325 State Street, New London

Connecticut Public and CT Black & Brown Student Union co-host a series about the factors contributing to a child’s success in life. While educational success is often tied to well-resourced school districts, other factors impact a child’s trajectory like their access to affordable healthcare and healthy food. Connecticut Public and the CT Black and Brown […]

$48 – $125

Author Talk: Kaliane Bradley (The Ministry of Time) in Conversation with Lara Ehrlich at Bank Square Books

Bank Square Books 53 West Main Street, Mystic, CT

You won't want to miss this event with debut author Kaliane Bradley. She's coming from the UK and is doing a limited number of US tour stops. We're thrilled to be hosting her for an event. Our booksellers LOVED this book!! It's part science-fiction, part comedy, part romance, and part spy thriller and is a genre-bending reading experience […]

Author Talk: Anna Noyes (The Blue Maiden) at Bank Square Books

Bank Square Books 53 West Main Street, Mystic, CT

From the author of Indie Next Pick and New York Times Editor's Choice Goodnight, Beautiful Women comes a transportive and chilling debut novel of two sisters growing up on an isolated Northern European island in the shadow of their late mother and the Devil It's 1825, four generations after Berggrund Island's women stood accused of witchcraft under the eye […]

Author Talk: Angie Kim (Happiness Falls) in Conversation with Deborah Goodrich Royce

United Theater 5 Canal St, Westerly, RI

The UNITED and Bank Square Books host Angie Kim, New York Times best-selling author for an author talk and signing discussing her latest book, Happiness Falls, which was a Good Morning America Book Club Pick! Angie will be in conversation with bestselling author and Ocean House Author Series host Deborah Goodrich Royce. NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - GOOD MORNING AMERICA BOOK CLUB PICK  […]

$10 – $28

CHEFS!: Marcus Samuelsson, Gail Simmons, Sam Sifton and Priya Krishna at The Bushnell Theater

Bushnell Theater 166 Capitol Ave, Hartford

Top chefs dish on food, flavor and culture. This will be a delicious and entertaining evening with a panel of celebrity and award-winning chefs, including acclaimed chef and restaurateur, Marcus Samuelsson; culinary expert and Top Chef judge Gail Simmons; cookbook author and New York Times food writer Priya Krishna. The Forum will be moderated by New York Times assistant managing editor and cookbook author Sam […]

$15 – $110

Garden Party: A Collaboration with Little Lion Collective at Possible Futures

Possible Futures 318 Edgewood Avenue, New Haven, CT

Little Lion Collective returns to Possible Futures on May 25th with another evening of drinks and music. Sip on floral-themed mocktails and refreshing spring wines, taste treats, enjoy a soulful DJ set, and relax in our indoor book garden. Come celebrate spring with this Garden Party event! Tickets can be purchased in advance here.

$12.51