Working with Decorative & Fine Art
Oct 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This event will be a prime opportunity for attendees to experience decorative arts as well as fine arts. Two very important aspects to decorating a home are art and rugs. You will experience the decorative art of Stephanie Saunders and the fine art of Dover Rug. The history, inspiration, and correlation behind the two types of arts and those involved in making them.


This event will teach attendees a scope of matters. Those attending the event will learn the fine art of rug making and what goes in to it. For three generations, The Jafri family has been designing, weaving, and exporting fine, hand-knotted rugs and carpeting from Pakistan, India and Nepal to Western Europe, The United States and, to other parts of the world. At this event, the attendees will be able to have a look into this journey and learn how the rugs are made. The attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about Stephanie Saunders Art Gallery. Stephanie Saunders, who is the owner and artist of Stephanie Saunders Art Gallery and a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston will be displaying pieces of art and explaining to guests the inspiration behind her paintings and the process of her work. Both Dover Rug and Stephanie will also let the attendees know how to decorate their homes with art and how art and rugs are to match and compliment one another in the home.

Beers & Bites: Bone Up Brewing Co.
Dec 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Taste & Talk Beer with Bone Up Brewing Co.Founder Liz Kiraly

Up-and-coming Bone Up Brewing makes meticulously crafted beers that are drinkable, sometimes zany, and all about being sociable. Call up your friends, and join us for a evening of tasting and talking beer with co-founder and brewer Liz Kiraly, from how they created tonight’s special brew to what it took to build their brewery from the ground up.

Your ticket includes a welcome beer and a flight of craft beers with delectable bar bites created especially by our chef.

Come at 6:00pm to find a seat and mingle. Guided tasting starts at 6:30pm.

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Beers & Bites: Lamplighter Brewing Co.
Dec 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Once you taste beer with Liz Starks,in-house cicerone (think: beer sommelier) at Lamplighter Brewing Co., you’ll understand the nuances of flavor and aroma that make a great brew. Join Newsfeed Cafe and you’ll walk away with the knowledge that will make every beer an experience and will impress your friends at the next holiday party.

Lamplighter Brewing Co. at Newsfeed Cafe, Boston Back Bay

Your ticket includes a welcome beer and a flight of craft beers with delectable bar bites created especially by our chef.

Come at 6:00pm to find a seat and mingle. Guided tasting starts at 6:30pm.

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Boston Public Library Hosts NOVA’s Science Trivia Night
Jan 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Boston Public Library Invites You for NOVA’s First Ever Science Trivia Night

NOVA's Science Trivia Night at Boston Public Library, Boston Back Bay

Join the Boston Public Library for NOVA’s first ever Science Trivia Night! Bring your friends and form a team of up to six participants or meet fellow NOVA fans and form some bonds (pun intended). Get ready for some creative categories and great prizes as we test your knowledge of the natural world, space, the history of science, and more!

Food and drinks are available for purchase at the Newsfeed Café.

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Vino & Verse: A Valentine’s Open Mic
Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Vino & Verse: A Valentine's Open Mic @ Newsfeed Cafe at the Boston Public Library | Boston | Massachusetts | United States

Sip & Share Love-Themed Poetry at Newsfeed Cafe

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Newfeed Cafe invites you to join local poets Kurt Klopmeier and Krysten Hill as they host an open mic of love-themed poetry for the in-love, lovesick, lovelorn, and forlorn.

In partnership with Mass Poetry, Newsfeed Cafe is inviting all poetry fans to bring a favorite poem about the effects of Cupid’s arrow, either pleasurable or painful. Fortify yourself with a glass of liquid courage, and give a recitation to a crowd of fellow lovers of vino and verse, who’ll be there to cheer you on. Whether you read a poem of your own or one by Christina Rossetti or The Beatles, don’t worry; no one will  judge. Just bring your chosen poem and join in the love and fun!

Your ticket ($10) includes a free drink. Wine of all varieties will be plentiful, as well as a broad selection of craft beers, house-made sodas, and barista beverages. Guests will also receive a snack bag with their purchase, with further food available to order at the counter. Valid ID required for purchase of alcohol.

Beers & Bites: Spencer Brewery
Feb 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Have you ever had beer brewed by monks? Here’s your chance to try Spencer Brewery beer!

Come taste beer with Spencer Brewery, one of only 14 Trappist breweries in the world and the only one in the United States. Kevin Kervick, co-manager of sales and marketing, will present the great story of monks making beer in both Europe and America. He will also guide you through a tasting of their incredible beers, including their classic Trappist Ale.

Spencer Brewery

Ticket includes a flight of Spencer Trappist beer with delectable bar bites specially created and matched to the beer by the Newsfeed Cafe’s chef.

Come at 6:00pm to find a seat and mingle. Guided tasting starts at 6:30pm.

Must be 21 or older. IDs will be checked at the door.

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Chief Chat with David Leonard, President of the Boston Public Library
Feb 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

SPARK Boston’s Chief Chats, which bring together city officials and young adult residents in dialogue about improving our city, comes to Newsfeed Café!

Chief Chat at the Boston Public Library


In the past several years, the Boston Public Library has transformed into a 21st-century institution providing dynamic library experiences to the residents of Boston and beyond. In this panel discussion, David Leonard, President of the Boston Public Library, will be discussing the role of a public library in 2018, how the Boston Public Library keeps up to date with technological advancements and the diverse needs of the communities it serves, and how young people get involved with their local library branch. Laura Koenig, Children’s Services Team Leader at the Central Library, and Angela Veizaga, Systemwide Youth Programs Librarian, join David Leonard on the panel.

For more information and to register for this event, please click here.

Beers & Bites: Castle Island Brewing Co.
Mar 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Try the Best New Brewery in Massachusetts at March’s Beers & Bites

Castle Island Brewing Co. is all about consistency in quality and accessibility, as evidenced by their being named Best New Brewery in Massachusetts for 2017 by Rate Beer. In this tasting, you’ll hear the story of why and how Castle Island’s founder and president Adam Romanow was able to open and operate a successful brewery in the quickly expanding craft beer market of New England. He’ll also delve into how he was inspired to build their brand through a five-year journey that brought the brewery to where they are today. This will be a look behind the beer with fantastic food to match, one you certainly won’t want to miss!

Beers & Bites

Your ticket includes a flight of Castle Island beer with delectable bar bites specially created and matched to the beer by our chef.

Come at 6:00pm to find a seat and mingle. Guided tasting starts at 6:30pm.

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