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A Luddite in the electronic era
... years we have been shopping together for books, making the occasional outing to the nearest bookstore even after the arrival of Amazon and Flipkart into our lives. “I can smell a good book,”...
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F. Scott Fitzgerald
Jew on a Hot Tin Roof
... waterfront-covering, but such habits rarely explain artistic achievement. Other sources suggest that Yiddishkeit was an unexpected influence on Williams’s writerly message. Raised in Missouri in...
Read more at The Forward
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Green Oscar winner plans pan-India show on wildli...
... in doing what I should be doing, India-based stuff," Kapur told IANS at the Oxford Bookstore here recently. Kapur shot to the limelight after bagging the award for her 15-minute film...
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New Zealand Government
Book store forced to dump $10,000 worth of storm-...
... readable, but the proprietors of Archives Fine Books have decided they cannot take the risk that mould will spread through the rest of its shelves. The bookstore said at least $10,000 worth...
Read more at Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Check out these festive happenings heading to town
... Christmas parade 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5 featuring Santa, classic cars and floats in a caravan that charts a path from Atlanta Avenue down Lake Park Boulevard. On Dec. 6, the fun continues with...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
How Netflix and Spotify Are Ruining Christmas
... Ideally, it’s a physical object large enough to be worth wrapping, but not so large that you can’t carry it home. And, crucially, if you’re like me, it must be readily available at the...
Read more at Slate
To help quell riots, Israeli police deploy sophis...
... unrest. But the eyes in the sky are unnerving Palestinians. "They want to discover everything that's going on. (They see) who is going, who is coming, who is that person," said Imad Muna, who...
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Novato council's vote on BID deserves scrutiny
... ability as businesses and citizens to say no to what our government thinks is best for us. That's why we vote and protest. How the City Council and some of Novato's business leaders...
Read more at Marin Independent Journal
Everybody hates Americans: My life abroad as the ...
We are bad sports, especially during the Olympics. We think we are the center of the universe, and that money entitles us to everything. But the worst of our sins? We brag—nonstop. These are just a...
Read more at Salon.com
New York City
Public libraries in Selangor get comprehensive fa...
... to the public libraries in Selangor. For many book-lovers in present times, walking into a bookstore is more appealing than visiting a library. Especially since there is a general perception...
Read more at The Star
Petaling Jaya City Council
Downtown businesses have a sweet take on ‘Cider M...
... the media as Cyber Monday, much news is made of the gigantic surge in online Christmas spending that begins that day. However “incider” traders are hoping for drastic declines in online purchases...
Read more at Campbell River Mirror
A Huge Store With Nothing For Sale, A "Girls Only...
Imagine a mall that caters only to teenaged girls. How about a mall where every second storefront is a restaurant, bar, or café? Or imagine a mall that’s just a gigantic display room, where you can’t...
Read more at Fast Company Magazine
Mall of America
Conversion To Judaism
Hillel. “All right,” said Hillel, “behave toward others as you would have them behave toward you. That is the Torah in a nutshell. The rest is an elaboration on that theme. Go now and study...
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Camus' letter to Sartre unearthed
... he later handed it over to a bibliopole. According to Nicolas Lieng, of the Le Pas Sage Bookstore, the authenticity of the letter has been established by a Camus expert. Lieng, who is a...
Read more at Press TV
State won’t pursue distributors of ‘revenge porn’
... chance to recraft the controversial measure to see if he can address the concerns of challengers that the law violates the First Amendment. If Mesnard is successful, the lawsuit goes away. Mesnard...
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American Civil Liberties Union
U.S. District Court
10 'Portlandia' Sketches That'll Make You Want To...
... city. Portlandia’s sketches portray all types of people – from hipsters to hippies – in a way that pokes fun at the nonsense but also embraces it. The show’s fifth season premieres in January on...
Read more at Hollywood.com
Some news to be thankful for this holiday season
As we approach the holiday season, we begin to reflect on the year that was — and in the case of 2014, it’s been a year of some pretty bad news on the North Fork. But in recent weeks — even as our...
Read more at The Suffolk Times
Panasonic opens smart town targeting zero-emissio...
... usage. The town is built on a 19-hectare plot along Kanagawa Prefecture's Shonan coast that once hosted a Panasonic factory for TVs and refrigerators. Fronted by a 400-meter-long series...
Read more at PC Advisor
Barnes & Noble offers books signed by authors — i...
... competing head on with Amazon this Black Friday, Barnes & Noble is looking to offer something that the online retailer can't. The bookstore announced this week that come this weekend, it will...
Read more at The Columbian
Barnes & Noble
George W. Bush
Elk Grove nonprofit CEO makes a difference in the...
A college English major, Mitchell Bruski so loved literature that he went to work for a bookstore after graduation. But it was through conversations with other book lovers about the stories contained...
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