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Outside the Library

I’m standing here outside the library having given a cigarette to a woman in need, teaching her that if she pops it she’ll make it menthal, shamed by my reaction to the notice taped on the doorway. 328 more words


Fall Colors and Other Photos

In spite of the drought, Massachusetts trees displayed some of their best colors this year. I’m sharing one photo taken along the Concord River, another that barely does justice to this month’s reds and golds, and a third that intrigued me because the green leaves were pink only on their tips. 188 more words

Learning Lab at Library to Help Students Receive Class Credit

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The Learning Lab has been instituted in the school library for students seeking to obtain credits from courses they did not pass. 396 more words

Sword And Shield

News of the Week, October 23 to October 29.

Oregon Spectator, October 29, 1846
Those of the emigrants who came by the way of the Mount Hood road, have all safely reached the valley of the Willamette, and a large portion of them are already on their claims, busily engaged in promotion their comfort and welfare. 2,761 more words


Family Storytime: Transportation

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This past Saturday it was my turn to run Family Storytime. This is a storytime for families with kids of all ages. It’s a fun one but can be tough because you have to prepare to entertain a vast variety of kids. 660 more words


Weekend Coffee Share: Fall Colors and Full Houses

If we were having coffee, I’d comment first on the weather.  It was a beautiful week!  Sunshine, morning fog, crisp Autumn air… it doesn’t get much better than this.   483 more words

Exhibit of rare Korans seeks to restore Islam in US eyes

October 21, 2016

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More than 60 Korans and Koranic texts will be featured in “The Art of the Qur’an,” running through February 20, 2017 (AFP Photo/Ashraf Shazly) 678 more words