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« Thursday March 14, 2013 »
Start: 7:00 pm
AT BROOKLINE PUBLIC LIBRARY 361 Washington St., Brookline In this new, unflinching account of Whitey Bulger, Boston Globe reporters Kevin Cullen and Shelley Murphy delve deeper into the world he created. Is he a social bandit or criminal mastermind? Followers of the case will devour this book. This event will be held at Hunneman Hall at the main branch of the Public Library of Brookline.
Start: 7:00 pm
Lillian Faderman writes the memoir her mother was never able to write. After leaving Latvia at 17 with ambitions to become a dancer, Mary lands in New York and finds a job in the garment industry. After being thrown out of her half-sister's house for becoming too wild, Mary ekes out a living until her 30s, when she has an intense affair with the man who becomes Lillian's father. A story of women, workers, and Jewish history, Faderman applies her trademark talent to this engrossing tale.
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