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email@example.comChristine Trent is a bit of a travel guide — but not in the traditional sense. She might take you to far-off places and breathtaking locales. You’ll meet interesting and influential people and get a glimpse of their lives and careers....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA used bookstore is moving into the former Borders Books & Music building on Garland Groh Boulevard in Hagerstown. Laura Collins, a spokeswoman for 2nd & Charles, said the used bookstore chain is planning to open in Hagerstown by the end of April....
email@example.comYou can’t always judge a book by its author. But if that book is written by Alyson Richman, there’s a good chance the storyline will be woven around art. She has told the tale of a young Japanese man who studied with the Impressionists in...
Tags: Nora Roberts, Authors, Washington, DC, Fine Artists, Research
Some think the end of the bookstore began in Washington County more than 20 years ago when Hatcher’s bookstore burned on West Washington Street. It was a spectacular fire. I learned about it on the road from a picture in the New York Times. It...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere are those who believe bookstores — the ones that offer reading material in the paper and ink variety — will one day go the way of vinyl records. Bookstores will become dinosaurs. Hardcovers and paperbacks will vanish from the...
email@example.comThe number of iPads being used in Washington County Public Schools could significantly increase in the next school year, according to Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox. A request for the Washington County Board of Education to approve the purchase of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA novel about the struggle of good and evil. A memoir recalling self healing after living as a victim of abuse. A children’s story about leaving a treat for Santa on Christmas Eve. And a story collection that includes a lesson on how not to get your...
TEHRAN -- Elections are scheduled in Iran for June 14, the first presidential balloting since the disputed 2009 vote. Iran’s Guardian Council, an oversight body, is expected to release the list of vetted candidates this week. The Times sought out...
Emmaus publisher Rodale is entering the online retail business, hoping that readers interested in the ultimate bikini body and how to build beach muscle will also be inclined to drop $48 on a microfiber yoga towel made with recycled coconut shells or $199...
News briefs from Aurora and Naperville. Music program cited Neuqua Valley High School was awarded a Grammy statue and $10,000 last week for being named this year's National Grammy Signature School. The top honor is awarded to one school in the...
Tags: Music, Services and Shopping, Books, Students, Entertainment
A Whale of a Tale Bookshoppe in Orange County will close it doors at the end of May. Owner Alexandra Uhl promises that the children's bookstore will reopen elsewhere in Irvine in the coming months -- but in a smaller location, with fewer hours. In an...
The Hartford CourantSo much has happened since April 4 that it seems like more than four weeks since Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed the strict gun-control bill into law. We had the showdown on background checks in the U.S. Senate, and of course, the Boston Marathon bombings....
Tags: Sports, Politics, Firearms, Personal Weapon Control, Magazines
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