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 Monday, January 14, 2019

5:30 p.m.
Book Talk and Signing with Dr. Michael Fine

Today's deliberations about a revamped health care system are stuck. We need a fresh analysis and a new vision. Health Care Revolt sets out to provide just that and at a most propitious time in U.S. history. Dr. Michael Fine's manifesto frames the questions more expansively than others before him and offers an impassioned road map for a nation confused about which health care direction to travel. The crux of Dr. Fine's argument is that the U.S. does not have a health system. Rather we have put our faith in a so-called marketplace in which the few profit from the public's ill-health. This ailing market has accelerated the erosion of American democracy by contributing to economic polarization. Health Care Revolt looks around the world for examples of health care systems that are effective and affordable, pictures such a system for the U.S., and creates a practical playbook for a political revolution in health care that will allow the nation to protect health while strengthening democracy. Dr. Fine's voice is likely to command attention. He writes with the experience of a clinician, State public health commissioner, scholar, and community organizer. He illustrates his points with personal stories and acute analysis, conveying medicalese in ways that readers will find comprehensible.

Saturday, February 2, 2019

1 p.m.
Book Talk and Signing with Lynda Nagle

Albert is a creative and loving boy who is always there for someone in need. Everywhere he goes, he spreads love and happiness to those around him. Follow Albert as he takes you on an amazing journey through his imagination.

Saturday, February 9, 2019

4 p.m.
Book Signing and Discussion
with Author Joe Broadmeadow & Jerry Tillinghast


Jerry Tillinghast, one of the most popular characters from the first season of Crimetown, talks about his life and the choices he made. Battling alongside his brothers on the streets of Providence. Enlisting in the United States Marine Corps, fighting in Vietnam, and becoming a victim of the politics of that war. Returning to Providence an angry young man and his choice to hang with the wiseguys. His reputation as a "feared mob enforcer" and the effect on his family.Meeting Raymond L.S. Patriarca and how he came to embrace him as a father figure.His brushes with the law and the two most infamous cases he is forever linked to, Bonded Vault and the George Basmajian Homicide Silent no more...

Saturday, March 2, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
A St. Patrick's Day Parade Party!

Featuring the launch of Martha Reynolds' new book
April in Galway: A Novel


Saturday, March 9, 2019
11:30 a.m.
Book Talk & Signing with Rev. Candace Breen

Best-selling author of "After the Darkness" gives a book talk and book signing.