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My First Album: The B-52’s The topic of “my first album” seems so quaint and odd in this modern age of immediate downloading of virtually any song you could imagine, streaming audio, and file-sharing. ...
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11-10-2012 10-11-2012 No rschnell 1

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1 Comment First record Music Library albums, B52s, dance this mess around, Music, records, rock, songs rschnell
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Banned Books Week Trivia Challenge In honor of the 30th year of Banned Books Week—a time to celebrate the freedom to read and speak out against censorship—a Queens Librarian has put together this banned-book trivia...
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02-10-2012 09-28-2012 No MKearl 6

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6 Comments Banned Books Week Books Library banned books, banned books week, Books, censorship, reading Bob S.
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A Guide to Becoming a Vegetarian Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a vegetarian, and if this choice in diet is right for you? At Queens Library at Central, we’re offering a free workshop, the Health Benefits...
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17-01-2013 09-25-2012 No prodadmin 0

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vegetarian food Books Library cookbooks, cooking, food, guides, health, New York City, nutrition, NYC, Queens, recipes, restaurants, vegetarian, vegetarianism, vegetarians Mary Kearl
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A Tribute to J.K. Rowling Join us in welcoming the beloved, bestselling author of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, back to the book scene: Write a tribute to the author by writing a comment replying to this blog post...
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27-09-2012 09-19-2012 No prodadmin 1

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1 Comment Jk Rowling Books Library Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling prodadmin
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The Untold Stories of Queens 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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17-01-2013 09-14-2012 No prodadmin 0

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Queens Archival Photos Books Library history, New York, New York City, oral history, Queens, Queens borough, storytelling Mary Kearl
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