A Q&A with Stephen Puleo: I’m proud to say that Dark Tide is still the only adult non-fiction book about the Great Boston Molasses Flood. The book has been out for fifteen years and is still the definitive account of the flood—and I hope always will be.
Today we remember tireless and beloved public servant, Mayor Tom Menino, Boston's first Italian American mayor and its longest-serving mayor in history.
A few favorite spots around Boston from authors who have written about our fair city.
Stephen Puleo will be at the Boston Public Library at 6pm tonight to discuss his book Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. If you can't make it, head over to the Boston.com Live Chat right now (it...
With the current, heated debates about immigration and religious freedom, we take a look back at a period in Boston's history when the Irish were the newcomers.
Two Beacon Press books are leading the voting for the Boston Globe's first citywide read program.
A weekly review at some of Beacon's largest publicity hits this week.
The 90th anniversary of the Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919 and five years after the publication of his book about the disaster, Dark Tide, Stephen Puleo talks about the enduring popularity of the book.
by Stephen Puleo Stephen Puleo's latest book is The Boston Italians: A Story of Pride, Perseverance and Paesani, from the Years of the Great Immigration to the Present Day. His previous books include Due to Enemy Action: The True World...