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San Rafael mulls year-long library security guard...
Patrons of the downtown San Rafael Public Library could see security guards patrolling the grounds for the next year if the City Council votes to ink a new contract. The unarmed, full-time guards...
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Joseph Cramer, M.D.: The role of rocks in the Gae...
The earth is the third rock from the sun. Ireland and Scotland combined are 84 percent of that chunk. Visiting these grand lands confirms that notion. There are so many rocks in these Gaelic...
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Alexander Graham Bell
Primary Children's Hospital
Reason and barbarism
There are huge cultural and philosophical differences that separate the western democracies from those that practice the barbarism that has become the shameful trademark of Islamist extremists in Iraq...
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David Cawthorne Haines
A giant of the past resurrected as newest Wall St...
After years of despair that left shareholders reeling, United States Steel Corp. is regaining at least some of its former might. Once a pillar of the American economy, the company’s long-slumping...
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Columbiana church celebrates 200 years of history
The church hosted the free tours during the city's First Friday event and Church Historian Beverly Richardson said they were well attended. The public is also invited to a special service at 10:45...
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Dwight D. Eisenhower
Family capitalism’s insidious return: How billion...
This piece originally appeared on George Baer was a railroad and coal mining magnate at the turn of the twentieth century. Amid a violent and protracted strike that shut down much of the country’s...
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Philly's Free Libraries Receive $25 Million Donat...
The Free Library of Philadelphia has received the largest gift in its 120-year history: $25 million from the William Penn Foundation. The donation is meant to transform the library into a vibrant,...
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I did my daughter’s homework for a week and it ne...
I did my daughter’s homework for a week and it nearly killed me Memorization, not rationalization. That is the advice of my 13-year-old daughter, Esmee, as I struggle to make sense of a paragraph of...
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Ten reasons Scotland should vote no
The sentiment expressed by a psychologist (Letters, 10 September) was news to few pro-union Scots. We have always known, only too well, that Cameron gifted first the whole referendum process which a...
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The Carnegie in Covington, Ky., is both the protagonist and setting of a story rich with history, riddled with hardship and once close to ending. In 2007, its trajectory as an educational arts center...
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The Knight Foundation Welcomes Ideas to Strengthe...
Even before the challenge officially launched, the KF set up a webpageand encouraged people to “talk to us about what inspires you about libraries, about what problems and opportunities you would like...
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Richard Branson on Why Entrepreneurs Sometimes St...
Editor's Note: Entrepreneur Richard Branson regularly shares his business experience and advice with readers. Ask him a question and your query might be the inspiration for a future column. Q: I am...
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MUSIC REVIEW: A Tribute to William E. Schmidt Fea...
William Schmidt seemed to bring joyful music everywhere he went and the fact that he and his wife, Casiana, most recently were living in Sarasota has meant that our musical arts organizations have...
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Decline in visitors to libraries as users go onli...
However, libraries remain upbeat about the popularity of the service and underline a surge in the number of people using library services, such as renewing books, from their own computers. Taking...
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You have won before you have started
Tim Sanders, bestselling author and former executive of Yahoo, has such a story. In his book Today We Are Rich Harnessing The Power of Total Confidence, he told the compelling story of his...
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John F. Kennedy
Words to the Wise
Librarians and libraries saved my life, and assuredly those of other people. I have often mused that if it weren’t for libraries and librarians, I would have been an ax murderer. I needed a nonviolent...
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Scottish push for independence fizzles
Scots, wha hae wi’ Wallace bled, seem too bored to vote with him on Sept 18. Polls suggest their independence referendum will fizzle out amid sour grasping indifference instead of getting the...
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Little Free Libraries popping up in area neighbor...
Last month, New Hanover County Parks and Gardens and the New Hanover County Public Library planted two new library boxes at locations in Arrowhead and Kings Grant parks. Both are already being used by...
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Why Uber must be stopped
What is Uber? A paragon of free market efficiency and technological innovation serving the greater convenience and comfort of the general public? Or living proof for why capitalist societies require...
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Local History: Toll bridges a thing of the past
Around the same time as the region’s toll roads were being bought up with local governments and made free, state legislators were waging battle on toll bridges. In 1943, there were 12 toll bridges in...
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