Last week we lost author, activist, and humanist, Eliezer “Elie” Wiesel (1928-2016). In addition to his prolific career as a writer, Wiesel was a professor, political activist, Nobel Laureate, and … Continued
I love reading accessible philosophy, the stuff that takes philosophy out of the ivory tower. Here are some things I’ve read and watched lately that have been of particular interest.
Homeschool students and their adults gather on Tuesday afternoons in the Children’s Department at CLP – Main to share in a lively program series that supports and supplements their educational experience.
When you read a book that doesn’t have a character that reflects you, but is more about viewing others and different experiences, that is a window book — and they are just as important.
I found it fascinating to learn while watching a documentary that discussed the trends of television programming in the 1970s that a surge of shows found success in covering themes … Continued
As a group, the Eleventh Stack bloggers set a goal of reading 170 books for Summer Reading 2016. We started off full-steam ahead in early June, but family, friends, work and … Continued
Yellowcard is an American pop punk rock band that has been making music in some form since 1997. On September 30, 2016, the band will release their self-titled final album and will officially retire.
Before reading Lindy West’s new book, Shrill: Notes From A Loud Woman, I had never heard of her. I kept seeing this book on Amazon as a book that was soon to be released. After reading the description, I was interested.
Planning summer activities? Write a Summer Early Learning Bucket List. Read, talk, sing, play and write while enjoying warm weather and lots of sunshine.
Abigail Thomas’s books are glimpses of a well-lived life, each one containing scenes of wise, vivid prose that replicate the inconsistency of memory: “Life doesn’t arrange itself conveniently into chapters, … Continued