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  • Bristol Library, Schools, City Hall Closing for Memorial Day Holiday

    Bristol Library, Schools, City Hall Closing for Memorial Day Holiday
    BRISTOL - The public schools, the downtown library and its Forestville branch, city hall and the trash transfer station will all be closed May 25 for the Memorial Day holiday. The Imagine Nation Museum is also closed for the holiday. City crews will...
  • Twain House Hosting Steampunk Party With Author Nikki Woolfolk

    Twain House Hosting Steampunk Party With Author Nikki Woolfolk
    It'll be back — way back — to the future on Saturday, May 30, from noon to 3 p.m., at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford, at a Steampunk Social tea party featuring author and chocolatier Nikki Woolfolk, music by Venus...
  • Library's closing reveals fading Carnegie legacy, hopeful future

    Library's closing reveals fading Carnegie legacy, hopeful future
    In the basement mailroom of the Aurora Public Library's main building, covered by a ceiling panel above a copy machine, is the bricks-and-mortar legacy of the individual who once was the world's richest man. It's a wall of what had been the main...
  • Obama still hasn't picked Chicago

    Obama still hasn't picked Chicago
    The competition for Barack Obama's legacy is not over until he announces whether his primary residence will be here or in New York. The ability to shape public opinion does not reside in a library, which will be built on Chicago's South Side. It resides...
  • Build the Obama Library in Washington Park

    Build the Obama Library in Washington Park
    President Barack Obama's library is going to Jackson Park, home to the Museum of Science and Industry, or Washington Park, on the west side of the University of Chicago. The library and museum should go to Washington Park for one reason: Easy access...
  • Walk Carroll strolling into second year

    Everyone knows that exercise is good for you — even an activity as simple as walking — but it can be hard to take that first step in establishing a healthy routine. Walk Carroll, a long-term walking and exercise program promoted by the...
  • Naper Boulevard Library reopens in grand style

    Naper Boulevard Library reopens in grand style
    Executive Director of the Naperville Library Julie Rothenfluh said was like "opening a present on Christmas Day." City Councilwoman Becky Anderson said it "was more than just about books – it was technology, music, education and a wealth of other...
  • Letters: Green's distortions; Thank you

    Green's distortions Henry Green's recent guest column ("Hogan, Schuh have started shortchanging state, county," The Capital, May 22) is amazing in both its inaccuracy and blatant distortions. County Executive Steve Schuh's budget calls for an...
  • Jane Moyer, Northampton County's historical society angel, dies at 103

    Jane Moyer, Northampton County's historical society angel, dies at 103
    Several years ago, when the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society moved from the Mixsell House at Fourth and Ferry streets in Easton to its new home at the Sigal Museum on Northampton Street, Jane Moyer had to go back for one last errand....
  • Corona del Mar Today: Trustees suggest second story for library/fire station

    The Newport Beach Board of Library trustees Monday told an architect that they want to consider adding a second story to the new Corona del Mar library branch building. "What's wrong with adding a second story?" asked Trustee Eleanor Palk. "It's...
  • Library recognizes teen poets

     Library recognizes teen poets
    The Niles Public Library held a Poetry Lounge for teen winners of its annual poetry contest. While the contest has been around for 17 years, this was the first time the library had an event to recognize any of its winners. During the Poetry Lounge,...