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  • In the Pipeline: Youth shelter needs our help

    In the Pipeline: Youth shelter needs our help
    I know many of you attended the snowflake lighting at the Light a Light of Love on Sunday evening near the pier. It was a wonderful event as usual, and I wondered while looking over the huge crowd how many people knew that the spectacle was to benefit...
  • New Chippy Chipmunk book helps kids deal with loss

    New Chippy Chipmunk book helps kids deal with loss
    The adorable Chippy Chipmunk returns in his third book when author and nature photographer Kathy Miller holds a release party 1-3 p.m. Sunday at Moravian Book Shop in Bethlehem.   Miller of New Ringgold, Berks County, will sign copies of “Chippy...
  • What's Coming Up

    What's Coming Up
    Book Signings Autographed books make great gifts for readers. As usual, we have several opportunities in our area this week to get signed copies. Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to noon, James City County author Julie Leverenz will be at The Coffeehouse in...
  • 125 notable cookbooks highlighted in artful guide

     125 notable cookbooks highlighted in artful guide
    Cookbooks are more than books for hungry cooks is a point made delightfully clear in a new volume titled "Cookbook Book" (Phaidon, $59.95). Cookbooks can be art, cultural touchstones, life handbooks, flights of fancy, sociological tracts and self-...
  • Sharing Unreliable Web Rubbish Can Make Us Stupid

    Sharing Unreliable Web Rubbish Can Make Us Stupid
    As a scientist and a smart-phone toting Millennial, I've grown increasingly disturbed by articles and listicles shared on my Facebook newsfeed from sites such as Naturalnews.com, Motherearthnews.com, and Mercola.com. These sites typically feature articles...
  • Design by the book: Style books to inspire decor

    Every year dozens of beautifully rendered design and style books hit the shelves. They are often perused for the pictures or used to create a tableau in a reading nook, but the real value is between the covers. There you will find inspiration,...
  • Jerry Zezima: Dear Readers: My Xmas letter 2014

    Since I am in the holiday spirit (and, having just consumed a mug of hot toddy, a glass of eggnog and a nip of cheer, the holiday spirits are in me), I have once again decided to follow in that great tradition of boring everyone silly by writing a...
  • Smart financial gifts for young adults

    A personal finance book or other like-minded gift may not be at the top of most 20- and 30-somethings' wish lists this holiday season. But if you're new to managing money, it might be a good idea. What should you ask for? Financial advisers and other...
  • Patrick Modiano accepts the Nobel, speaks of memory and oblivion

    Patrick Modiano accepts the Nobel, speaks of memory and oblivion
    When French writer Patrick Modiano was named winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature earlier this year, American readers were caught by surprise. Only a handful of the novelist's books had been published in the U.S., leaving many American book lovers...
  • 'Regarding Susan Sontag' looks at a rock star of intellectuals

     'Regarding Susan Sontag' looks at a rock star of intellectuals
    "I love being alive" — these are the first words Susan Sontag speaks in "Regarding Susan Sontag," Nancy Kates' documentary on the late American novelist, critic and ponderer of culture high, low and whatever. For all that she was as a professional...
  • Clermont Historic Village plans holiday lantern tour

    The South Lake County Historical Society will present its third annual "Holidays in the Village," a guided lantern tour of Clermont's Historic Village, 490 West Ave., next to the old railroad depot. The village includes The Townsend House, built in...