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Book Review: The Giver, by Lois Lowry

Author Lois Lowry does an amazing job in the unique, science-fiction novel The Giver. The highly-anticipated movie adaptation just released on August 15. Have you seen it? 320 more words

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Allure Magazine "Best spray tan in Boston" Award

Jill Miller has received excellent reviews online for her facials, waxing, and spray tans. When a magazine names her the “best spray tan in Boston”, it’s a great credit to her flawless spray tan. 103 more words

OUR BOOK WINS Gold 2014 Global eBook Awards! The Bronze Award for eLit Awards, & USA BEST BOOK AWARD!

Our publication Refractive Thinker:Vol II: Effective Research Method & Design for Doctoral Scholars: Ch 7 Dr. Bethany Mickahail & Dr. Kate Andrews won the Gold 2014 Global eBook Award! 562 more words

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Check out the details below on HOW TO WIN… 82 more words

Wedding Photography

The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

Reviewed by Jane Oliver-Purton (Library Staff)

Last year’s Newbery Winner, The One and Only Ivan is the story of Ivan, a gorilla, Bob, a dog, and Stella, an aging elephant who reside at the Exit 8 Big Top Mall and Video Arcade, in cages (well, except for Bob.)  Life is pretty boring for the three, and Ivan spends much of his time remembering his life before capture, thinking about what he’s watched on TV, and his art.  127 more words

Feature #191 Martina Biccheri 'Integrated Communication'

Martina Biccheri was born in Rome in 1987, attends the Institute of Photography and Integrated Communication ISFCI in Rome where she obtains her Diploma. She takes part to art shows worldwide, teaches photography in American Universities and sells her photograph to international art collectors (Italy, US, Luxembourg). 123 more words

Street Photography

The Goldfinch

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
(Little, Brown and Company, 2013, 771 pages)

I can’t say enough good things about The Goldfinch; I haven’t enjoyed a book this much in a long time. 174 more words