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Wherever I End Up
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I recently read Wherever I Wind Up: My Quest for Truth, Authenticity and the Perfect Knuckleball by New York Mets pitcher and Cy Young Award winner R. A. Dickey. Mr. Dickey’s story is not the...

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Moonrise Kingdom
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The houses in Moonrise Kingdom look like advent calendars, tiny compartments filled with toys. There are bird costumes and a raccoon cap and an ancient phonograph that runs on batteries. You can...

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Since our move to the country a little over a year ago, we have been fortunate enough to have lots of land, which meant that we could have an even bigger garden than we had in our plot at the...

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The Wright brothers achieve flight for the first time, December 17, 1903
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December 17 is a big day for aviation history. In 1903, Ohio bicycle makers Orville and Wilbur Wright took their homemade craft down to Kill Devil Hills in North Carolina and became the first to...

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community forum
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Named “Library of the Year” in 2009, Queens Library is recognized as one of today’s most innovative and community-focused libraries. But what about tomorrow? Our plan is to get...

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