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  • Buy a Moleskine notebook, build an empire

    The Moleskine notebook is a ubiquitous tool of the trade in writing and art circles. I’ve purchased a few dozen over the last few years. From the little tiny ones that are not much bigger than a credit card and fit in my shirt pocket; to the big...
  • Full-figured Swedish mannequins go viral, spark body-image debate

    Full-figured Swedish mannequins go viral, spark body-image debate
    Two female mannequins with more meat on their plastic bones than the standard department-store dummy are causing a social media ruckus – and not just because they’re clad only in lingerie. A photo of the fuller-figured pair, rocking purple...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Enjoy Dungan before it's (temporarily) gone

    The next book sale at the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and noon to 3 p.m. Sunday. There will be books of all sorts appealing to all ages and interests — fiction and nonfiction, biography, cookbooks...
  • All Together Now at Howard library branches

    Central Library 10375 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia. 410-313-7800. •All Together Now. Saturdays, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. All ages; 30 minutes. •Crafternoon. Wed., April 3, 2 p.m. Drop in and make crafts. •Employment Edge. April 4, 6:...
  • From Legos, towers rise

    From Legos, towers rise
    When the Norton Museum of Art tasked Lego man Dan Parker with re-creating the world's best skyscrapers for its new exhibit, the artist made 1 World Trade Center the tallest of them all. Standing 9 feet 2 inches tall from base to antenna, Parker's Lego-...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Are libraries important? Ask Yorba Linda

    I have talked a lot about our Costa Mesa libraries and their history and tried to get more people involved in the quest for larger facilities that allow for expanded services for our residents. So now, I am trying another tack. As you read this,...
  • NASA's Mars Curiosity rover to take Lego form, thanks to voters

    NASA's Mars Curiosity rover to take Lego form, thanks to voters
    Perhaps it was only a matter of time before NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover got its own official Lego avatar. The Mars Science Laboratory robot was picked by thousands of fans to be designed in toy brick form, and it joins a pantheon of other Red Planet...
  • 'Creation' explains how science reinvents life

    Spider webs combine a strength and elasticity unmatched by anything we humans can make. They don't trigger much of an immune response in us and are "insoluble in water, two facts that the classical Greeks exploited when they used cobwebs to patch bleeding...
  • Legoland Florida: Chima's Mount Cavora in place

    Legoland Florida: Chima's Mount Cavora in place
    Mount Cavora, a "floating" icon for the upcoming Legoland Florida expansion, has been moved into position, the theme park announced Thursday. The centerpiece, weighing in at 7,500 pounds, will hover above the Quest for Chi ride in the new World of Chima...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Take Getty leader's word on arts' importance

    In an article headlined "Why arts and humanities matter" (Los Angeles Times, June 20) James Cuno, chief executive and president of the J. Paul Getty Trust in Los Angeles, states that without citizens who can read, write and analyze, society falters and...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Reading offers ticket to the middle class

    "Libraries are not a destination, they are the transportation. The Grand Central Station of every great city and town." This was a comment by a reader in praise of a Forbes Magazine article, "Why Public Libraries Matter: And How They Can Do More"...