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  • READER SUBMITTED: "Food For Fines" At Wethersfield Library

    Wethersfield Library users will be able to pay off their overdue fines this summer by bringing in non-perishable food items to donate to the Wethersfield Food Bank. These are the foods most needed: canned beans, boxed macaroni and cheese, canned fruit,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Silly Song Sing-A-Long

    Share some special time with your young ones and sing, dance, and jump along to popular children's classics with Edward Leonard at the Enfield Public Library on Monday, July 21 at 10:30 a.m. This drop-in program is for children ages birth-5. Call the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Zoology For Kids

    Animal Embassy will bring the scientific study of zoology to life with incredible live animal ambassadors at the Enfield Public Library on Tuesday, July 22, at 10:30 a.m. You will meet a variety of animals from around the world representing numerous...
  • KCET's 'Cool Spaces!' offers earnest, enthused tour of new architecture

    KCET's 'Cool Spaces!' offers earnest, enthused tour of new architecture
    It would be easy to dismiss "Cool Spaces!," a new series on contemporary architecture that will make its KCET debut at 10 p.m. Thursday, as a superficial if very earnest example of the dumbing down of American culture. The title of the show --...
  • Rockville Library children's programs are well-attended

    The Rockville Public Library Children's Department has seen a significant boost in attendance in its summer programs so far this year. Children's Librarian Shahla Zarinejad said the increase is up over last year, and while that is partially because the...
  • Farmington Library Hosts Google 'Maker Camp'

    FARMINGTON — The "maker movement" is arriving at the Farmington Library, and this summer the library will host its first Google Maker Camp for teenagers. Laura Horn, director of information and teen services at the library, said there's been a lot...
  • Commentary: Newport is fiscally sound, and council intends to keep it that way

    Two years into a four-year Newport Beach City Council term, it is not unusual for me to still feel like "the new guy." But in those two years, I've had opportunities to contribute to many city committee and council efforts and have added to my existing...
  • Magazine idea really takes off

    The chance to showcase Newport News to some 6.5 million US Airways passengers seems to be exciting businesses and nonprofits here. US Airways Magazine's plans for a 20-page section have turned into Newport News groups delivering enough information and...
  • Netflix Beats Amazon's Streaming Lineup for Top Movies, TV Shows: Report

    Netflix continues to outpace Amazon.com's subscription-video service on the content-licensing front, delivering substantially more of the top 50 movies and top 75 TV shows from the last few years, according to an analysis by Piper Jaffray & Co. "Relative...
  • Northampton Area Public Library to host an electric violinist performance July 28

    Northampton Area Public Library will present a special event called Bach to Rock: Sound of Science at 6 p.m. Monday, July 28. Caryn Lin, an electric violinist, will perform music and give an educational program for free at the library, according to the...
  • Freebie Friday: Freebies for your July 4th weekend

    Freebie Friday: Freebies for your July 4th weekend
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything here is free.   Freebie Spotlight--Holiday celebrations Brevard   City of Cocoa 4th of July Celebration: Brevard Symphony Orchestra  will play patriotic selections at a fireworks display over the  Indian...