Bri Oneshea, Friday Morning Tea Underwritten by Village Overhead Doors
Poet and social worker with Youth Enrichment Services (YES) and NY Project HOPE, Bri Oneshea shares her poem “If To Be Finite,” which was read at HUGS (Human Understanding & Growth Services) Inc’s Hope and Recovery Event yesterday at Hampton Bays’ Ground Ground Park. The event celebrates National Recovery Month. For more about YES visit yesnews.org and for more info about HUGS visit hugsinc.org. NY Project Hope is found at nyprojecthope.org
Dr. Patricia Turner, HOTreads Underwritten by Sag Harbor Cinema
Dr. Patricia Turner joins Gianna to talk about her brand-new book, “Trash Talk: Anti-Obama Lore and Race in the Twenty-First Century.” She will be holding a book-signing this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Eastville Historical Society’s 139 Hampton Street Heritage House amidst Sag Harbor’s Harborfest celebration. For more info visit eastvillehistorical.org and ask your local book store for Dr. Turner’s new book.