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  • Author Emily Gray Tedrowe To Visit Simsbury Public Library

    SIMSBURY — The Friends of the Simsbury Public Library will host author Emily Gray Tedrowe, as she presents her new novel, "Blue Stars." Tedrowe will be at the Simsbury Public Library from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on March 1, according to a release issued...
  • New book demonstrates (tasteful) crafting with books

    New book demonstrates (tasteful) crafting with books
    Books integrate well into many an interior design scheme, and in some cases, they're the focal point. But search "book crafts" on Google or Pinterest, and you'll turn up a variety of ideas that are — at least in our book — tediously twee: book...
  • Generations come together with stories at Skokie Library

    Generations come together with stories at Skokie Library
    Kids can talk to grownups about what it was like to be a child at "A Day in My Life: Intergenerational Program," Sunday, Feb. 22 at the Skokie Public Library. Stories help kids, grownups come together at "A Day in My Life: Intergenerational Program," 1:...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Want to honor that special teacher?

    If you have a favorite teacher, one who is currently teaching in a public or private primary, middle or high school in Costa Mesa, you can nominate that person for an award. The Costa Mesa Library Foundation, in cooperation with the Costa Mesa Chamber...
  • Chicago's park board approves the transfer of land to city for Obama library

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to use parkland as a site for Barack Obama's presidential library received a boost with approval from the Chicago Park District. The University of Chicago's bid for the library depends on using land in either Jackson...
  • Chicago's park board approves the transfer of land to city for President Obama's library

    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's push to offer public park land as a site for Barack Obama's presidential library received a boost Wednesday when the Chicago Park District approved the proposal. The University of Chicago has submitted a bid for the library...
  • USC talk on the first decade of the AIDS disease in America and its documentary record

    The director of the University of South Carolina's Women's and Gender Studies Program is speaking on AIDS in America in the 1980s. Ed Madden is speaking Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the Hollings Library Program Room in the Thomas Cooper Library. A reception...
  • Vermont, New Hampshire towns eligible for library grant for children's books

    Public libraries in small, rural towns in New Hampshire and Vermont have until April 1 to apply for a grant for children's books. The Children's Literacy Foundation in Waterbury Center is accepting applications from towns of fewer than 5,000 people. The...
  • Northern Va. laborer office doesn't keep workers off corner

    The Labor Resource Center in Centreville is busy most mornings with Latino immigrants checking the Internet, waiting for English lessons and, mostly, hoping for a daily work assignment that will offer them a chance to send money back home. But the...
  • Plan for Obama library in Chicago must respect Frederick Law Olmsted parks

     Plan for Obama library in Chicago must respect Frederick Law Olmsted parks
    Maybe it's time to erect temporary, "proceed with caution" signs at the entrances to Chicago's Jackson and Washington parks. The signs would be directed not at drivers, but at President Barack and Michelle Obama, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Barack Obama...
  • Matteson Library expands programs with addition

    Standing near the circulation desk located in the Matteson Public Library's recently completed 7,500-square-foot addition, Roseanne and Edward Stozek and Patricia Backus had nothing but praise. "They do a beautiful job," Roseanne said. "Very nice!"...