It’s winter — time for a neighborhood author talk!

HSHA Author Event Featuring: Anthony Flint on Le Corbusier Sunday, February 12 4:15pm 28 Allerton Street.

Please join us for the latest in a series of events organized by the HSHA, to bring together neighborhood authors and artists with their neighbors. On Sunday, February 12, the Board is delighted to present one of its own – neighbor/board member/author Anthony Flint, a resident of Walnut Street and a fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy ( Anthony has been a journalist most of his professional career, primarily at The Boston Globe, and continues to write for The Atlantic’s CityLab ( and other publications.
He will discuss his book Modern Man: The Life of LeCorbusier, Architect of Tomorrow (New Harvest, 2014). LeCorbusier was a pioneer of 20th century modernism, and while much criticized, left a legacy of solutions for housing the many millions of people moving to cities.

When:  Sunday, February 12,  join us at 4:15pm for Anthony’s presentation, followed by a reception of wine, cheese, and sweets.
Where:  The home of Margaret Talcott and Scott Scharer – 28 Allerton Street, cohosted by fellow HSHA Board members John Carpenter and Diana Post.

Books will be available for purchase that afternoon at a special HSHA discount.
More information on Anthony Flint:

Modern Man on Amazon:

Seating is limited, so please contact Diana Post at (or (617) 738-5096if you would like to attend