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  • Children's programs to begin at Northampton Area Public Library

    Northampton Area Public Library is kicking off its children's programming in October. Parents and guardians may register their child for a reading session at 9 a.m. beginning Monday, Sept. 29, according to the library's website. There is no fee and...
  • Gotham City Comes To Life For One Night In NYC As Fox Launches 'Gotham'

    Like Narnia, Sherwood Forest or Oz, Gotham City has long been a place best visited in movies and books, or, even better, the mind's eye. Duplicating a place that has thrived for decades in comics and films would be silly, no? Fox doesn't think so. The...
  • Millennials still checking out public libraries

     Millennials still checking out public libraries
    It may come as a surprise to those of a certain age group, but millennials are more likely than their elders to say important information is not available on the Internet. Younger folks also are more likely to have read a book in the last year and are...
  • Healthy-lifestyle classes offered at Florida Hospital Waterman

    Florida Hospital Waterman's CREATION (Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal Relationships, Outlook and Nutrition) will offer the following classes at the Donald and Audrey Conry CREATION Health Center at the hospital, 1000 Waterman...
  • LSSC Foundation annual campaign underway

    The Lake-Sumter State College Foundation Inc., a nonprofit organization that administers private gifts, bequests and donations to LSSC students, has started its 2014 annual campaign: "Changing Lives and Building Futures," with a goal of raising $250,000....
  • Nature lovers can enjoy the outdoors during several programs

    The Lake County Parks & Trails Division is hosting several free programs. • Gallus Quigley, a biologist and trail specialist, will conduct the North American Migration Count from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Lake May Reserve, 36300 County Road 44A,...
  • First-ever International Read an E-book Day is Thursday

    There are all kinds of crazy non-holidays and semi-holidays: Feb. 22 is Walking the Dog Day, Nov. 14 is National Pickle Day, April 11 is Barbershop Quartet Day. Now we can add to them the newly minted International Read an E-Book Day. The new  holday --...
  • LAUSD's students need better libraries, not iPads

      LAUSD's students need better libraries, not iPads
    Like Supt. John Deasy and others in the Los Angeles Unified School District, I am concerned about the educational civil rights of the district's students. While the iPad-for-every-student controversy has gotten much media coverage lately, a long-term...
  • Posters of the First World War on display at Huntington Library

    Posters of the First World War on display at Huntington Library
    Wars are always fought on many fronts. The artists who made the posters that accompanied the World War I effort were an unprecedented conflagration of skilled visual communicators, stretching the two-dimensional medium previously limited to commercial...
  • Hampton library to host used book sale

    Hampton library to host used book sale
    The Friends of the Hampton Public Library will host a used book sale at the Main Library Friday, Sept. 19 through Monday, Sept. 22. During the book sale, children’s books will cost 25 cents, paperback books will cost 50 cents to $1 and hardback...
  • Nazareth Area's summer reading program a success

    Some students in the Nazareth Area School District just couldn't take a break from reading during the summer, making the district's first foray into a summer library workshop program a success. Each Tuesday in July, students were welcomed to Nazareth...