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Summer Listens

By Sarah Barning

I love to travel, especially in the summer. One of the things I look forward to most on my trips is what audiobook to listen on the long car rides. 220 more words

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Why Should We Care About Libraries?

By Deborah Fleet, Audio Proofreader (MLIS)

Bibliotech Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google
By John Palfrey, narrated by Tom Zingarelli, publication date June 25, 2015… 483 more words

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From the Bookshelf. "IT" by Alexa Chung.

Reading “IT” by Alexa Chung didn’t make me feel like “Yes, this is IT!”, but more like “What is IT?”, bordering with “And I really bought IT?”. 174 more words


From the Bookshelf: Art and Prayer, by Timohty Verdon

Timothy Verdon provides us with half a century of his study and knowledge of Christian art in his book Art and Prayer, The Beauty of Turning to God. 422 more words


Graduation Season: The Best Advice I Ever Got

Recently I read an excerpt from Katie Couric’s book,“The Best Advice I Ever Got.” It’s an collection of contemporary (20th-21st century) famous people sharing tips they received from mentors and heroes. 545 more words

Time Of The Season

What It Takes to Win

By Kristen Hummel

On May 23rd and 24th I had the opportunity to witness true athleticism at the CrossFit East Regional in Hartford. “What is CrossFit?” you may be asking CrossFit is a fitness program that consists of constantly varied, high-intensity, functional movement.  298 more words

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From the Bookshelf: Cutlure Care, by Makoto Fujimura

Makoto Fujimura is quick to establish his thesis that beauty is vital to life and society, in his book, Culture Care.  He clarifies that beauty can come in formal and informal expressions.   889 more words