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The terror behind our grief: What we talk about w...
If you want to see how the world really works, watch a tragedy unfold on Facebook. What critics say about the social network is oftentimes accurate: It can be nasty and brutish, chaotic and dim, full...
Read more at Salon.com
New York Exhibit on Children’s Books Highlights M...
New York Exhibit on Children’s Books Highlights Many Jewish ContributionsMany Progressive Authors Hail From the Tribe ‘It’s a pattern really. So many of the progressive writers and illustrators of...
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Will the Federal Reserve Still Be Evil With This ...
Oh. Also, she is a lady. The new chair of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, is the first female human to ever have the job. She's also, as you may have heard, a millionaire, because unlike you she is...
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Summer Reading Program week nine winners
From the Mendenhall Valley Library Reece Bleakley, age 12,. She won a brain game book from Fairweather Gallery. She read “The Final Warning” by James Patterson. She wrote, “One fascinating part of...
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Worth a stop
If you’re traveling this summer, consider making a stop at some of these special exhibits in our region and around the nation: If you’ve never thought of video games as art, think again. The Toledo...
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The Hamilton Journal News
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Australia’s 50 favourite children’s books — words...
JACKIE French, celebrated children’s author and this year’s Australian National Children’s Laureate, puts it this way: “You want a magic potion to make your kids brighter? Give them books.” On...
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Rejuvenate mom for the remainder of summer
With school just a few weeks away, Moms can make the most of the remaining summer with recharged energy and meaningful connection. 1. Recover the energy of our daily routines. As mothers, we may not...
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A map of Charleston's gay history
For a town obsessed with its own history, Charleston has been slow to acknowledge its gay past. That's why Harlan Greene, a librarian at the College of Charleston, created an interactive map this...
Read more at Charleston City Paper
Youngsters go wild in homage to a classic tale
Youngsters go wild in homage to a classic tale Rory McAndrew, six, with Aphra Hiscock, who is helping at the museum APHRA Hiscock, 15, is going wild at Oxford’s Story Museum this week. She is...
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Where the Wild Things Are
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Lily-white history gives us all a black eye
When I recently read about the proposed wayfinding signs of our civic and historic places, I thought it was a good idea. When I looked closely at the proposed signs, I was appalled. There was not a...
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