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Portland Chamber Music presents Music and Illustration: Bringing Stories to Life on April 7 at 3:00 pm. Enjoy the unique connection between music and stories [...]
To understand the country is to understand the development and trajectory of the treatment of the flag, holidays like Thanksgiving and Columbus Day, and quintessentially "American" fast food and heroes.
We love to look at ourselves. Gimme a mirror and half an hour and I’m an absorbed individual. So it is that Martha Wells’ recently published series of novellas, The Murderbot Diaries, presents us with a delightfully engaging new tactic for whiling away the hours.
If the word "westerns" still makes you think of Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey, you need to know that there's a new breed of western in [...]
In this age of acceleration, sometimes you need something that will sit on a windowsill, chill and laid-back, demanding only access to the sun and [...]
Join your neighbors for coffee and a chance to get that broken lamp (or whatever) fixed at the Repair Fair. It’s a free event that bring volunteers who like to fix things together with people who have broken items that need fixing. Saturday from 1 pm until 4 pm in the Conference Room upstairs.
Kingston is a girl living among ghosts in The Woman Warrior. She is a Chinese, American, female immigrant working to separate fantasy from reality after growing up with so many tales.
Sweet Valley High. The Baby-Sitters Club. Cheerleaders and Gymnasts and Junior High. There's a Bat in Bunk Five, Boys Are Yucko and Is There Life [...]