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Buckley: Berwyn Books to reopen two mont...

A USED bookstore is set to reopen less than two months after a fire destroyed its premises and 400,000 books. Berwyn Books lost over £1million worth of rare and used books in a huge fire at its Buckley warehouse in November. Among the lost books were many unique and historic works – including a book […]

The men who look at the books

Models don’t have to be foolproof. The all-important “Uncle Charlie” in George Clooney’s touching new film, The tender bar – now available on Amazon Prime Video – is a remarkable, almost cartoonish figure of inspiration for a young boy without a father. Yet the one time Charlie tries to fight he gets thrown to the […]

CalVet announces new book laws to benefi...

Details Last update: Sunday 09 January 2022 05:56 Posted: Sunday January 09, 2022 05:56 AM January 9, 2022 – By Jeff Jardine – Some new California laws will give the state’s 1.6 million veterans more of what they need in life and also what they might want after. More veterans can now get a CalVet […]

I can’t finish reading books. Should I

I have trouble finishing books. Well, you could even say I have a hard time reading, if you think that a good reader is someone who finishes the books he picks up. It has been like this for several years now. When I was 12 or 13, I was a vigorous reader. I read line […]

9 essential books on missing and murdere...

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. The true genre of crime, although it has been around for a long time, has recently exploded in popularity. Especially with the rise of real criminal podcasts like My favorite murder and Serial and Real crime garage, among […]

Rochester and Western New York’s Favorit

We continue an annual tradition of Connections by talking to community members about their favorite books of the year. Their selections cross a range of genres. Get yourself a pen and paper so you can write a list of books yourself! Our guests: Myriam Zinter, community activist“The Color of the Law: A Forgotten History of […]

Books for fans of Netflix’s Explained se

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I wasn’t a big school fan when I was a kid. Being forced to study Punnett squares and imaginary numbers is really not my idea of ​​a good time. Fortunately, I had strict parents who made me listen […]

Yuzuru Hanyu can’t land in the history b

Double Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu almost became the first skater to land a quadruple axel while easily overtaking Shoma uno and Yumi Kagayami to win the Japanese national championship on Sunday. Hanyu attempted the jump, which unlike other quads includes an extra half-spin, at the start of his free skate at Saitama Super Arena. He […]

The life of the Byzantine Empress Theodo...

Mosaic of the Byzantine Empress Theodora in the Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy Credit: Petar Milosevic / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0 In Constantinople, around 500 AD, a girl was born to a poor circus worker and his wife. This child, Theodora, would become an actress, a prostitute, a mistress, a feminist, an […]

Southeast Kansas Library Showcases New B...

This newsletter about new books is distributed to people who are registered adult users at a library in Southeast Kansas participating in the SEKnFind catalog. We hope you find it useful, but if you no longer wish to receive it, you can click the “Manage subscriptions or unsubscribe” link at the bottom. All of the […]