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Communities Read Crimetown: A Virtual Book/Podcast Discussion

July 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

South Providence Library – Online

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Join us virtually with Emily from the South Providence Library on Tuesday July 25th at 6pm to discuss the dark underbelly of Providence’s past!

Register through Eventbrite to get the zoom link and join the discussion!

☆ Get the books through the library catalog.

Please join us for a book (or podcast!) discussion as we delve into the captivating history of Providence, Rhode Island’s notorious mob scene, intricately woven with the remarkable life and career of Mayor Buddy Cianci. Explore the dark underbelly of Providence’s past, where corruption, power struggles, and organized crime thrived, leaving an indelible mark on the city’s identity, and uncover the secrets and scandals that gripped Providence during Cianci’s reign, and witness how the enigmatic mayor navigated the treacherous waters of politics and crime.

To participate, simply choose your own adventure by reading one of two books (Politics and Pasta by Buddy Cianci or the Prince of Providence by Mike Stanton) or listening to the first season of the podcast Crimetown, and then join us virtually on Tuesday, July 25th at 6pm!

ABOUT COMMUNITIES READ

Do you love talking about books with other book lovers? Have you been searching for an intellectual, fun and easy-going book discussion to join? Well look no further—your host Amy Rosa from the Community Libraries of Providence has just the thing for you: COMMUNITIES READS—a citywide, one book, one community monthly book discussion—and she wants YOU to participate!

CONTACT US

Questions? Contact Amy Rosa at arosa@clpvd.org or Emily LeMay at elemay@clpvd.org

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Date:
July 25
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Venue

South Providence Library – Online
441 Prairie Avenue
Providence, RI 02905 United States
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Phone
(401) 467-2619

Organizers

Amy Rosa
Emily Le May