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Congregation Beth Tikvah Rabbi Gary A. Huber Library


Congregation Beth Tikvah is a synagogue in Worthington, Ohio devoted to the principles of modern Reform Judaism.  True to their word, we found them… 646 more words

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Cbus Libraries Celebrates Local Luminaries

Bryan Loar, Co-Founder
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Andrea Dixon, Co-Founder
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Cbus Libraries Celebrates Local Luminaries
Two little free libraries in Whitehall honor Jerrie Mock and John T. 300 more words

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A 1750 Walnut Stick Attack

Matthew Robinson (1709-1795) was a Newport lawyer. Supposedly minding his own business, walking the street in 1750 when he was attacked by merchant John Banister yielding a “large heavy walnut stick”. 867 more words

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A Wonderful Time We Live In

What a wonderful time we live in. Sure, there are always things to lament and probably in this day and age there may be more than in any time in the past. 1,076 more words


Central Ohio Little Libraries

Little libraries are as unique and varied as their owners.  Called by various names like little lending libraries, Little Free Libraries® or book exchanges, they all share the same objective — community enrichment. 779 more words


Tour of the London Library

Last Saturday, I was fortunate enough to be able to take part in a tour of the London Library as part of that library’s 175th birthday celebrations. 480 more words

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On the heartbreaking difficulty of getting rid of books

AApril 26, 2016  By Summer Brennan

Like a lot of avid readers, I enjoyed Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up but bristled when it came to the section about books. 215 more words

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