Category Archives: Arts & Culture

Love for the Page

More than a box a chocolates, a bouquet of flowers, give me the BOOKS!!!!! Advertisements

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Journey by Page

She couldn’t have put it better……………………….

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A Page-Turning Invitation

We’re in the middle of National Library Week [April 13-19].  The concept of free knowledge for all is a necessary aspect of greening one’s life. Have you visited your local library lately? If you’ve been a little absent, stop by … Continue reading

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We Are Women, Hear Our Songs

Graphic courtesy of HalftheSkyMovement.org If women’s empowerment would have its own soundtrack, it might be like theHalf the Sky Movement’s  “30 Days Campaign”—featuring a new song from a female artist daily from September 3 to October 2. Plus, the great … Continue reading

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More Than Just One Day—A Biblio-Valentine

Unfortunately, due to my “busyness,” a lot of great concepts and events get past me, but I still like to acknowledge them anyway, and share the info with you. I just learned today about the Save the Bookstores Day, which … Continue reading

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Sculpting Kaleidoscopes: Jen Stark–Artist

Whatever you do, don’t take simple objects for granted. For example, take a piece of construction paper.. It’s a craft staple that’s usually considered a “kid thing.” But that medium is hardly for kids only, as paper is currently enjoying … Continue reading

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Compelling Reads

   Right on the heels of Banned Books Week last week, is Great Books Week, going on right now. It’s an annual observance during the first full week in October celebrating excellence in literary works.   The National Association of … Continue reading

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