Chef Tom Schaudel offers ‘A Second Helping,’ dishing about customers that drive him crazy

Henriette Lazardis, exploring 1910 ‘Terra Nova,’ knows what keeps her readers turning the page

Jamie McCallum can’t stop reporting ‘Essential,’ the story of labor organizing during a pandemic

Writer Amy Baron sees through her kids’ eyes, and through a bulldozer that paves its own path

‘A poet rather than a criminal’: Robert Pinsky prepares a post-autobiography Grolier reading

Author Jeanna Kadlec exposes the evangelicals, bringing her ‘Heretic’ into town for a reading

Vanessa A. Bee explores belonging in memoir, ‘Home Bound,’ brings conversation to Porter

Porter Square Books provides a potential nirvana for some in community: writer-in-residence role

Library hosting panel talk called ‘Central to It All,’ on Central Square and famed ManRay nightclub

‘We Are But Your Children,’ a history of ManRay, arrives with hopes for a party at the reopened club