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David Sedaris Returns to Provincetown's Town Hall

By EDGE | Jul 4
National Public Radio star and author, David Sedaris is bringing his singular brand of humor and hilarious life observations back to the cape tip town again.

2015 Summer Reading List

By Mike Halterman | Jul 4
Be sure to take a book with you the next time you can fit the beach or the pool in to your schedule. Get some sun and catch up with some very engrossing reads!

Biography of Barbara Gittings Out for Pride

By EDGE | Jun 29
"Barbara Gittings: Gay Pioneer," the first full-length biography of the woman who has been called the mother of the gay-rights movement, is available in time for Pride.

Inside the Movement to Let Workers Rule Themselves

Jun 21
Online shoe and clothing giant Zappos embraced a management mindset called "holacracy" where workers overseeing themselves. Getting rid of the boss may be a dream to some, but more than 200 Zappos employees took a buyout to leave during the transition.

Audrey Hepburn... In the Kitchen?

By Jocelyn Noveck | Jun 19
Think of Audrey Hepburn, and your mind will likely conjure up an extraordinarily elegant woman in a boat-necked black dress and a chic undo. It's doubtful you'll picture a woman settling down in front of the TV with a plate of penne.

Best-Seller Rita Mae Brown Reads from Her Latest Book

By EDGE | Jun 18
Acclaimed author, activist, and screenwriter Rita Mae Brown comes to Portsmouth to share, "Tail Gait," the latest in her wildly popular "Mrs. Murphy" mystery series, written with her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown.

BARchive :: Excerpts From the New Memoir 'Sex, Drugs & Disco'

By Mark Abramson | Jun 14
San Francisco, Mid-1970s. A perfect place at a perfect time. Mark Abramson's memoir is the next best thing to being there -- and here's a sample.

The Jerk Theory: New Research on Why Nice Guys Fail

Jun 10
Apparently being a jerk has its perks. Jerry Useem lays out the research in his Atlantic article, describing how semi-obnoxious behavior and overconfidence can make a person not only seem more powerful, but actually make them more powerful.

DC Comics Celebrates PRIDE!

By JC Alvarez | Jun 7
DC Comics celebrates LGBT PRIDE month with a spectacular look at the history of LGBT heroes (and villains) throughout its publishing history. Grab your cape and cowl and where it proudly!

Library Group A Leader in LGBT Books

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jun 6
Originally established in the early 1990s by the Publishing Triangle as National Lesbian and Gay Book Month, this year marks the first commemoration of the 30-day promotion under the ALA's auspices.

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