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- Library offers many ways to celebrate National Poetry Month
Poetry books will also be on display for checkout, or you can search for your favorite at thelibrary.org/catalog. Sunday, April 2, coincides with the next session of the year-round Sunday Poets (Reading) Series at 4 p.m. in the Schweitzer Brentwood Branch ...
- Review: Lynn Crosbieâ€™s The Corpses of the Future and Erin Robinsongâ€™s Rag Cosmology explore time, love and loss
Rag Cosmology â€˜s playful lines vacillate from jazz to blues to ballad and the beats: a hot-tempered, always erotic and unexpected shuffle. Many poems echo innovators like Saul Williams. All of this is helped by her lively diction to create a radical ...
- Bloomsburg Fair starts this Friday
â€œWe have a wide variety of free shows performing ... of ink pen artwork, poetry and gourd decorating will be held in the building throughout the week. The Horticulture Hall showcases the winners of decorating contests for mantles, flowerpots and tables ...
- On his 93rd birthday, the best of Jack Buck
In honor of the late, great Jack Buck, on what would be his 93rd birthday, here are just a few of the great moments he brought to us across the air waves: â€œFor Americaâ€ â€” The poem he recited at Busch Stadium after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
- RiverLinkâ€™s 10th annual Art & Poetry Contest is now open
Submission forms and guidelines for 2017 are now online at riverlink.org/art-poetry-contest. Submissions are due March 20 and winners will be announced April 22 at our Earth Day Kidsâ€™ Festival (location of festival TBD). Entries can include 2D and 3D art ...
- The Best Band Nobody Can Sign
In Philadelphia, he began writing poetry for Tina to sing atop Kyle and Hartâ€™s instrumentals ... â€œDoes it make us happy or sad? Is there a topic that we want to address? Then once the theme is figured out, I'll listen to it in my room hundreds ...
- Iconic alt-art space Machine Project launching retrospective book with a free 'extravaganza'
It may sound like fridge-magnet poetry, but itâ€™s actually a sampling of the weird ... who refers to a 2011 workshop â€œto teach children how to steal cars,â€ as representative of programming. â€œHow to hotwire a car, break into a car and break out ...
- Wine & Food Week, Summer Poetry Night: 4 things to know in Conroe, Montgomery this week, June 5-9
In addition to the spirit night, dine-in or carry out orders will be included in the fundraiser all day when customers show the event flyer. 5-8 p.m. Free. Russoâ€™s New York Pizzeria, 3355 College Park Drive, Ste. 300, The Woodlands. www.mcaspets.org copy
- Read Online The Cenci, and Other Poems (Classic Reprint) For Kindle
- Kids Listings: Dec. 23 to 29, 2016
unromantic poetry writing and â€œTen Worstâ€ lists. West Pittston Library, 200 Exeter Ave. 6:30 p.m. Feb. 14. Free. Registration: 570-654-9847. Kids in the Kitchen, learning to measure, whisk, slice and eat in a healthy way while making three food recipes.
- â€˜TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE THE INAUGURATIONâ€¦The Best Poem Of 2017!
Weâ€™d like to thank a follower on our 100 Percent FED UP Facebook page for sending us this AWESOME poem to celebrate President-elect Donald ... his smile the best His hair was the color of my old hunting vest His love for this country was on full display ...
- Top Class Wedding Magician Herve Troccaz
The world of conjuring and marriage are complementary! On the day of a wedding, the guests are well dressed, in a good mood. I bring real added value with poetry and magic tricks playful and attractive, which give a magical touch to this great event!
- Poetâ€™s novel turns young sports lovers into book lovers
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio RELATED LINKS How do we keep arts vital in an age of online entertainment? N.C. elementary schools promise arts education but access is far from equal Memoir marks the moment when parent and child roles are reversed GWEN IFILL: Finally, March Madness continues this evening with the next round of the NCAA playoffs, known as the Sweet Sixteen. With so many eyes ...
- Elegy for a Year of Death in America
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons â€œPeace, peace!â€ wrote Percy Shelley in the climactic stanza of his great poem about the death of his friend and rival, John Keats. But Shelleyâ€™s poem, â€œAdonaÃ¯s,â€ is not about peace â€” rather the opposite.
- Of Forest, Stream, Woodcraft, and Camping - Mountain Home Magazine
Mountain Home MagazineOf Forest, Stream, Woodcraft, and CampingMountain Home MagazineBoth returned home to writing careers: Sears as the famed woodsman, outdoor writer, early conservationist and poet known as â€œNessmukâ€ who has since vanished into obscurity, and Melville as the author of the obscure novel Moby-Dick, a critical and ...