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Feathers over and over
There's something beautiful in the annual molting of feathers in birds, just as deciduous trees have a yearly fall-out of colorful leaves. Ironically, Ilene Hill Bernhardt photographed an owl's...
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John James Audubon
California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Books in Brief: Kiss of Deception by Mary Pearson...
YOUNG ADULT The Kiss of Deception: The Remnant Chronicles by Mary E. Pearson; Henry Holt, 496 pages ($17.99). Ages 14 and up. A Morrighan princess, set to marry the prince of Dalbreck to cement an...
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Newest exhibitor at MOCA Jacksonville was inspire...
One of the panels of “Wider Than the Sky,” Caroline Lathan-Stiefel’s sculptural installation that is the latest Project Atrium exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, consists of a...
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A press with a purpose
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Years ago, Victor Depta stood on a street corner in San Francisco surrounded by other pedestrians. Not unusual except that as he stood waiting for his bus to arrive, Depta was...
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Ricky Ian Gordon: An Introduction
I wrote about Ricky Ian Gordon in the Night & Day page this week, but I didn’t really have the space to give much of a sense of what his music is about for those who are new to him. I figured I would...
Read more at Fort Worth Weekly
NPR Story | Alaska Public Media
When It Comes To Creativity, Are Two Heads Better Than One? Joshua Wolf Shenk doesn't believe in the myth of the lone genius. "What has one person ever done alone?" he asks NPR's Robert Siegel. "We...
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Last week, we received this essay from Lucy Kogler of Talking Leaves…Books, which we think ought to be shared: An open letter to our Executive, Legislative and Judiciary aka: Our Government: Dear...
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Letters at 3AM: So Big Deal, Hemingway
Illustration by Jason Stout If you write a lot, sometimes you publish a sentence that is so silly you just have to walk away from it and not look back. Take this parenthesis I wrote last year: "(And...
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Zora Neale Hurston
F. Scott Fitzgerald
12 Books All Introverts (And Extroverts) Should R...
For the solitary dreamers who tend to live inside their own heads, books have always been cherished companions. In reading, introverts can indulge their need for a respite from socializing; even...
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The Great Gatsby
James D. Porter of Arizona Curriculum Theater
... we go about our work quietly in classrooms and libraries across Arizona bringing education to life," James D. Porter says. Porter, 45, is referring to his work with Arizona Curriculum...
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Books and beyond
When I saw Simon Garfield's book, "To the Letter: A Celebration of the Lost Art of Letter Writing," in the New at the Library list in the Independent Weekender earlier this summer, I put the title on...
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Harper Lee: should Marja Mills' memoir have been ...
... journalist who is not too stupid or full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible," wrote Janet Malcolm, in the famous opening lines of her 1990...
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Joely Richardson to take to the stage as Emily Di...
Joely Richardson is coming back to a New York stage in something she never thought she’d do — a one-woman show. The English actress known for the TV shows The Tudors and Nip/Tuck will play poet Emily...
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Why People Love Sentimental Books and Movies
What is sentimentality? Is it a manipulation tactic, a type of emotion—the desire to be overwhelmed mixed with self-regard—or an overwrought response to a trigger? What factors predispose you to it:...
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The Fault In Our Stars
University of Toronto
Closing the Deal Is as Easy as Smiling!
Many entrepreneurs are unaware of the sales power and influence that arise from conveying a genuine smile. Poet
nailed it more than a century ago when she wrote, “They might not need...
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The Careless Farmer and the Big Yield
I don’t know nothin’ ’bout farmin’, but I know enough not to throw seeds on rocks. So what’s wrong with the seed-sower in Jesus’ story? I see Justin and his crew in the late spring getting the soil...
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“Roman Candle” turns 20: Secrets of Elliott Smith...
All photos courtesy of JJ Gonson Photography, except where noted. (Click the photos to view them full-size) Elliott Smith’s archetypally indie “Roman Candle” album turns 20 years old on Monday....
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Best holiday reads 2014
I'm afraid I don't go in much for holidays. I once saw a postcard from Brian Friel, on holiday in France, who wrote: "Here for two weeks. One, with good behaviour." I know what he means. In these dog...
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A teenager loses her family after a nuclear meltd...
Emily Shepard, the narrator of Chris Bohjalian’s Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands, is a self-described troubled teen. And that’s before everything goes bad. Emily’s father is the chief engineer at Cape...
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AT the library: Girl finds way after nuclear melt...
These new books are available at the Marion Public Library. �Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands: by Chris Bohjalian. Emily Shepard is a homeless teen living in an igloo made of ice and trash bags filled...
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