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2014/04/21 04:52
2014/04/21 04:52
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Author/illustrator Maurice Sendak went through a "black-and-white" phase in the 1960's that coincided with a time of great personal loss. This exhibition is the first to explore how his art reflected...
2014/04/21 04:52
2014/04/21 04:52
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2014/04/18 23:17
2014/04/18 23:17
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The Mountains and Plains Indie Bestseller List, as brought to you by IndieBound and MPIBA, for the week ended Sunday, April 13, 2014. Based on reporting from the independent booksellers of the...
2014/04/16 18:44
2014/04/16 18:44
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Barnett is known for being a witty and poetic songwriter with an emotional frankness which she delivers with almost contradictory deadpan. Her guitar skills and straightforward singing style bring to...
2014/04/10 19:31
2014/04/10 19:31
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We’ve been watching Stephen Colbert for years now — for eight years on The Daily Show and the past nine on The Report. We’ve seen him mold the jingoistic dork who bears his name into an icon of modern...
2014/04/07 00:13
2014/04/07 00:13
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Poor Basil. He was assaulted by bears. And Kate? She was struck by an ax. Xerxes was devoured by mice, Victor was squashed by a train, and little Neville met what may be the most painful and terrible...
2014/04/05 12:40
2014/04/05 12:40
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Sarah Maguire is drawn to a small port in touch with its inner child. In the Japanese port city of Sakaiminato, Detlev, a German tourist, stands with a perplexed look on his face. Behind him a train...
2014/04/04 07:58
2014/04/04 07:58
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When Maurice Sendak was in high school, his English teacher, well aware of his shyness, offered to let him skip an oral presentation of his reading assignment if he were to accompany his essay with...
2014/03/30 05:50
2014/03/30 05:50
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Authors share stories, inspiration at luncheon Published: March 30, 2014 | Last Modified: March 30, 2014 01:00AM By Farrah Duffany Record-Journal staff SOUTHINGTON — Lunch was served for 237 people...
2014/03/25 18:16
2014/03/25 18:16
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Outstanding in his fieldAuthor Joseph Theobald colours children's worlds with imagination — and a sheep called Marvin Like many children, Joseph Theobald got acquainted with paintbrushes as a...
2014/03/25 00:34
2014/03/25 00:34
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Norman Rockwell Museum honors Murray Tinkelman in spring show By Charles Bonenti, Special to Berkshires Week and Shires of Vermont STOCKBRIDGE -- Illus tra tor Murray Tinkelman may not have the name...
2014/04/21 04:52
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