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Queens Archival Photos
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Our borough is the source of countless stories, some recorded and ready to be discovered—in the Queens Library collection, in the Archives at Queens Library, and on the Queens Memory Project...

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Pinterest
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Book lovers, there’s a new free online resource for keeping track of reading lists—all-time favorites, to-read, inspirational titles, any and all the reading lists one could dream up...

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Hunger Games
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It seems like we get books like this in regular intervals — Lord of the Flies, Battle Royale, and now The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins — books that make us examine the prospects for...

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Fist, Stick, Knife, Gun
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Recently on NPR, I heard a scientist who is involved in the building of the 10,000 Year Clock remark that his own son seemed to be incapable of imagining a future where the human race was still...

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Dresden Files
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The Dresden Files, by Jim Butcher, is an urban horror/fantasy series featuring private eye Harry Dresden, who also happens to be the only wizard listed in the Chicago Yellow Pages. He’s a...

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