Author Talks & Lectures
Award winning author of Old Boys: The Powerful Legacy of Upper Canada College and What Disturbs Our Blood: A Son?s Quest to Redeem the Past will read from his works that reveal the truth behind some of Toronto?s elite.
Here's a candidate for "things that everybody wants to do better." Time management isn't just about productivity or procrastination, it's about where and how you find meaning in your life. It's not about how you spend your da...
Acquiring art is about passion and lust, but also about branding and the back story that comes with the art. Acquiring art is also about the relationship of money, status, and sometimes about celebrity....
Told from the perspective of Raj, an Indian-born man living in Ithaca, New York, Helium is a novel that confronts one of the most shocking moments in the history of India: the massacre of Sikh citizens by government-incited m...
Lillian H. Smith
Community Lit., a new lifelong learning partnership with University of Waterloo, is an accessible and free course in literature comparable to what a university might offer. Over six weeks, UW instructor Sanja Ivanov leads par...
Mon Mar 17
Mon Mar 24
Author Richard Pyves discusses his first book, a true story of his father Ron Pyves, a teenage tail-gunner during WWII. Richard weaves together his father's tale into a touching love story and one man's very personal war.